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Saweetie says she turned down NBA star’s $100K Cash App to maintain her morals

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Aspiring rapper Saweetie says she recently rejected a lucrative offer in order to maintain her morals and integrity.

The “Tap In” musician says she was recently given the chance to make big money, but the offer required her to “violate” her values and integrity.

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“When you are a young woman in L.A., sometimes you’re put in situations that can help you financially but will take a jab at your soul, your body. I remember basically just having the opportunity to get some money, but in doing so I would have violated my morals and my values. I was broke but I was like, I will never do anything to disrespect myself… no matter how desperate I get.”

Saweetie stopped short of sharing specifics about the situation, but she recently received a $100,000 Cash App offer from NBA baller James Harden if she would go out with him.

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The rapper reportedly rejected the promiscuous NBA superstar’s generous offer of $100K for a date.

She told Teen Vogue: “That’s a story within itself, but I think it was a moment where I was like, ‘It’s OK. You’ll eventually get what you want out of life as long as you’re praying and working hard.'”

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Saweetie, 27, recently split from Migos star Quavo, 29, earlier this year after an embarrassing viral video showed her fighting with the promiscuous rapper in an elevator.

Now she’s put her love life on the shelf to focus on her music and improving herself for a real man.

Saweetie said she is optimistic about the future after settling into a new home — by herself.

“I just got a new place. I feel refreshed. I feel like it’s a new chapter. I just want to be a good person and help people while being a pretty a** b**ch,” she said.

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Mary-Kate And Ashley Olsen Gave A Rare Interview About Their “Discreet” Lifestyle In Regards To Their Brand

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“We had just moved to New York,” Ashley continued while discussing why they founded the brand. “We were 18 years old and I think what we did know was that we wanted to take that time to take a break from what we were previously doing and to explore things that interested us, and explore what life has to offer…” “Creatively,” Mary-Kate finished her sentence.

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The Songs From Bo Burnham: Inside Are Making a Literal Difference (Metaphorically)

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It didn’t take long after the May 30 premiere of Netflix’s Bo Burnham: Inside for it to completely consume my life. I’m not talking about me being obsessed with the special itself, although it’s probably Burnham’s best work to date. No, I’m talking about the fact that I’ve not been able to go a single day since watching the special without playing at least one song from it. Some days call for “White Woman’s Instagram” while others call for “Comedy.”

Now that the accompanying album Inside (The Songs) is available to stream, I’ve made some questionable choices when it comes to road trip playlists. If you’ve been looking for a sign to listen to all of the songs from Bo Burnham: Inside, this is it. Ahead, I’ve broken down all 20 of the songs found on the album and what they’ve meant to me. Think of this as my way of asking, “Could I interest you in everything all of the time?”


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Chrissy Teigen Issues A Public Apology After Her Cyberbullying Scandal Resurfaces  – The Shade Room

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For the past few weeks, a few brands have made the decision to end their business relationship with Chrissy Teigen after some of her previous tweets resurfaced and exposed her cyberbullying past. Chrissy remained silent about the matter, but that ended on Monday when she released a lengthy apology.

As we previously reported, back in May, Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s announced that they would be ending their business relationship with Chrissy after her old tweets about Courtney Stodden from 2011 and 2012 came to light. At the time Courtney was only 16 years old, and Chrissy’s  tweets from that time suggested that she should have killed herself.

Chrissy had taken to Twitter to formally apologize about her past remarks, to which Courtney said she accepted, but also acknowledged that Chrissy didn’t make the effort to apologize until the tweets resurfaced.

On Monday, Chrissy shared a more detailed apology about the whole matter and said, “I’ve apologized publicly to one person, but there are others — and more than just a few — who I need to say I’m sorry to. I’m in the process of privately reaching out to the people I insulted. It’s like my own version of that show My Name is Earl! I understand that they may not want to speak to me. I don’t think I’d like to speak to me. (The real truth in all of this is how much I actually cannot take confrontation.) But if they do, I am here and I will listen to what they have to say, while apologizing through sobs.”

Chrissy continued to say, “I was a troll, full stop. And I am so sorry. I want to go a little further here, thinking of those I’ve hurt and friends I’ve disappointed.”

Read her full statement below:

Back in March, Chrissy made a departure from Twitter, and before deactivating her account she cited so many “2-follower count punches” while on the platform, as one of the reasons for her leaving, as she worked to block out the negativity.

 

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