This week read about fans supporting Britney Spears in her case, Santino Rice spreading false information about COVID vaccines, and a new gay animated series on Netflix.
For anyone who grew up throughout the late ‘90s early 2000s era, you know the name Britney Spears. Even if you didn't grow up in that time period, the name will probably sound familiar.
The pop icon has recently been on the news, trying to win a battle that will let her regain the fragments of her life.
While it seems like Spears and everyone rooting for her had finally won the battle, their hearts sank as it was announced that NBC’s reports had been inaccurate according to PRIDE.
Spears’ lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, spoke briefly to the court, NBC reported. “If he loves his daughter, it is time to step aside — to move forward,” Rosnegart said.
Although it may seem like the odds are stacked against her, Spears took to her Instagram where she wrote, “I feel GRATITUDE and BLESSED!!!! Thank you to my fans who are supporting me ... You have no idea what it means to me to be supported by such awesome fans!!!! God bless you all.”
As of now it still seems like the case isn't officially settled.
Santino Rice Gives Misinformation About COVID Vaccines
Santino Rice. Photo via Instagram.
As if the COVID-19 situation wasn’t enough of a problem, misinformation about vaccinations and the virus in general continue to be a problem. It also doesn't help when celebrities such as Santino Rice keep giving false information.
Rice, being a judge on “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and appearing on “Project Runway,” took to the bible of the internet to convey his ideas on the vaccine situation.
“PHARMACEUTICALS ARE NOT THE ANSWER! A VACCINE IS NOT THE ANSWER!” Rice tweeted, along with “What they are selling people isn’t even a vaccine! They are calling it a ‘vaccine’ but it is not really a proper vaccine. Call me crazy ... Keep informing yourself on what this ‘vaccine’ is! Keep questioning EVERYTHING!”
The tweets go on and on. Rice has been spreading his thoughts about the vaccine since May. Sending out one controversial tweet after another.
His latest tweet read, “You have the ability to meditate and connect with The Source. Those that are lost, fearful, and full of hate need to ask God for guidance. You cannot cancel someone with spiritual influence. You cannot fathom what it would take to hide the truth that is about to be revealed.”
Most of the comments have taken his snake oil comments with a grain of salt. However, for the people who believe this guy, yikes.
‘Q-Force’ to be Next Great LGBT Animated Series?
A glimpse of "Q-Force." Credit: Netflix.
Looking to binge another show on Netflix? Nothing catching your eye? Well “Q-Force” may be your go-to TV show.
Netflix is about to premiere a new gay animated series, where the action is bound to be great and the characters even better.
“Steve Maryweather, AKA Agent Mary, was once the Golden Boy of the American Intelligence Agency until he came out as gay … Unable to fire him, the Agency sent him off to West Hollywood, to disappear into obscurity,” Netflix’s official description of the show reads.
If this show sounds like it's right up your alley, then tune in for the premiere taking place on Sept. 2.
Along with its seeming abundance of action-packed moments, there will probably be more funny moments in this series.
“Will and Grace” star Sean Hayes is the mind behind the madness.
Netflix has already released a trailer on its YouTube page to “Q-Force.”