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Rihanna's Embracing Her Curves, and Why You Should Too

Rihanna's Embracing Her Curves, and Why You Should Too

The photos from the event have captured the world's attention. In June, Karrueche was granted a five-year restraining order against Chris, after she alleged that the musician had threatened to kill her. "She would love it if they could become friends". "I need to get thick like that". Many quickly accused her of Photoshopping the image, with fans writing, "Photoshop look at her thumb she has 2 nails" and another simply asking, "Why are there 2 nails in thumb girl?".


Performer arrested for dabbing in Saudi Arabia

Performer arrested for dabbing in Saudi Arabia

The dab first appeared in Atlanta rapper Skippa da Flippa's 2014 video 'How Fast Can You Count It, ' and later went on to become an internet craze. Dabbing faced scrutiny from law enforcement officials in Saudi Arabia after becoming popularized in American hip-hop almost two years ago.


Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian are

Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian are "working toward a resolution"following their split"

When asked about Chyna and her well-documented split from Rob Kardashian , Khia laid it down very simply. "We are attempting to work out an amicable resolution of all issues", Chyna's attornery, Lisa Bloom , told PEOPLE . Even if a few sources said that the song wasn't inspired by the father of Chyna's daughter Dream Kardashian it really sounds like he is the subject.


Fan Rushes Stage At Britney Spears Concert, Attacks Security Guard!

Fan Rushes Stage At Britney Spears Concert, Attacks Security Guard!

A source close to the Grammy-winning songstress said that she was terrified during the incident, according to Daily Mail . In the video, the 35-year-old can be heard asking: "What's going on?" Luckily, security was on top of their game as they quickly dog-piled the man (with a few male backup dancers jumping in for added measure).


60 former, current employees plan to sue Google over workplace culture

60 former, current employees plan to sue Google over workplace culture

Damore's memo, originally circulated on an internal Google discussion group, begins by saying that only honest discussion will address a lack of equity. While the engineer's views were broadly and publicly criticized online, they echo the 2005 statements by then-Harvard President Lawrence Summers, who said the reason there are fewer female scientists at top universities is in part due to "innate" gender differences.