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Camila Cabello Responds to Backlash After Her Dancer Is Accused of Blackface

Watch: Camila Cabello Reveals J Balvin Helped Her With "Intense Anxiety" Camila Cabello is setting the record straight. Over the weekend, the Grammy winner addressed accusations that one of her backup dancers performed in blackface. The pop star recently took center stage during an appearance on Jimmy Fallon's The Tonight Show, where she performed her new single, "Don't Go Yet."
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Cancelled PS4 and Xbox One Game Back From the Grave Following Backlash

Back in February, an upcoming PS4 and Xbox One game was cancelled, much to the dismay of PlayStation and Xbox fans looking forward to the game. Months later, and after notable backlash, the game has been re-announced for PS4 and Xbox One. More specifically, developers Dual Effect and Abstract Digital Works, along with publisher PQube, have announced that in addition to PS5, Xbox Series X, PC, and Nintendo Switch, Tormented Souls will release on PS4 and Xbox One when it drops sometime this year.
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Mindy Kaling ‘couldn’t understand’ backlash over playing Velma in Scooby-Doo spin-off

Mindy Kaling has responded to a racist backlash over her role as Velma Dinkley in Scooby Doo’s new spin-off series about the character.The 42-year-old actor is set to play a “reimagined” Velma in the HBO Max series. However, the response to the news prompted criticism from some fans who took objection to an “Indian” playing the part (Kaling is an American born to Indian parents).During an appearance on NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers, Kaling revealed that “people were very supportive and happy on Twitter” when the role was first announced in February. “I felt great because these are really...
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Bravo Shows Support to Eboni K. Williams Amid Backlash from Viewers

Eboni K. Williams has been getting called out by RHONY fans. “Real Housewives of New York” newbie Eboni K. Williams is having a controversial first season on the show. She’s the first black woman ever to become a main cast member. In her attempt to form connections with the other women, she’s already had some tense moments. In fact, she has spoken up about racial microaggressions that people of color are faced with. Eboni has also discussed white fragility, and she had no problem pointing out how interesting it was that she was called angry but her costar Leah McSweeney was not after she got angry and called the other women “h*es” before storming away.

Camila Cabello Responds to Backlash Over Dancer in 'Don't Go Yet' Performance

Joining Cabello onstage for the song were a number of dancers, all dressed in '80s costumes, reflecting the theme of the new track's music video. On Saturday (July 24), Cabello's name trended on Twitter with comments about the performance -- including criticism from people offended by her performing with a white dancer whose skin appeared much darker in his stage makeup. Some Twitter users expressed that they felt the dancer performed in blackface.
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Mindy Kaling Shares Feelings About Backlash After It Was Announced She'd Play Velma In Scooby-Doo Spinoff

The Scooby-Doo franchise has been around for years and has existed in both animated and live-action forms. But after multiple iterations of Mystery Inc. over the years, the latest one is getting some fans quite worked up, and the backlash was aimed at Mindy Kaling, who will be voicing Velma Dinkley on the new spinoff. Now, the actress is opening up about her feelings about the recent response to her casting.
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The Palace Addressed Backlash Over Leaving Lilibet Off The Line Of Succession

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may have distanced themselves from the royal family, but make no mistake: their children are still in line for the throne. The birth of their second child, Lilibet Diana, raised questions about how much involvement the royal family would have in her upbringing, especially since her parents are currently raising her in California. But it seems they’ve finally recognized her as an official member of the royal family. Nearly two months after her birth, the palace addressed backlash over leaving Lilibet off the line of succession.
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Maro Itoje warns Lions to prepare for a backlash from South Africa

Maro Itoje fired a warning shot from history to brace the British and Irish Lions for a backlash from South Africa as they look to complete a famous series victory over the world champions. Itoje insists “we know they are coming” in anticipation of the ferocity the Springboks will bring...

Jenelle Evans Addresses Pregnancy Rumors Amid Parenting Backlash

Fans have not been happy with Jenelle Evans lately, but what’s new?. They were recently upset with her for making some questionable parenting decisions, and it looks like she’s repeating the same mistakes. Naturally, one doesn’t need to take their parenting advice from strangers on the internet, but fans are truly starting to get concerned for Jenelle and her children’s safety.