According to People magazine, Gisele Bundchen has hired a divorce lawyer and Tom Brady is "trying to figure out what to do" while also looking for his own attorney. There's still no official word if their troubles have anything to do with Tom returning to the NFL after a 40-day retirement. But at least Antonio Brown is having fun with it. He trolled Tom Brady hard with this photo:
Elon Musk has agreed to complete the deal, buying Twitter for the original price - $44 billion. This comes just 2 weeks before a trial was scheduled to begin Oct. 17 to hear the lawsuit Twitter filed to force him to abide by the original offer price. READ MORE.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s marriage has been over for years, but the drama is far from over. A new report claims that Brad Pitt allegedly “choked” one of his children, struck another in the face and “grabbed” Angelina Jolie by the hair on that infamous plane fight back in 2016. He was under investigation by the FBI, but they didn’t pursue criminal charges. Brad Pitt’s rep has called these allegations ‘completely untrue’. READ MORE.
Rage Against the Machine announced yesterday that their 2023 tour is canceled. Zack de la Rocha needs more time to heal and recuperate from an injury that happened in July.
The Netflix show “Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story” is now the second-most watched English-language series in a week behind “Stranger Things 4,” logging just under 300 million viewing hours in its second week. The series has 496 million viewing hours in total since it debuted on September 21st. The attention being given to Dahmer isn’t going away anytime soon despite criticisms, with “Conversations With A Killer: The Jeffrey Dahmer Tapes” set to debut on Friday. READ MORE.
Scientists have discovered something that can break down all the plastic bags that populate the world's landfills: wax worm saliva. They have an enzyme in their saliva that breaks down polyethylene in just a few hours. Polyethylene makes up 30% of all plastic production and is used in bags and other packaging that make up a significant part of worldwide plastic pollution and they say using these worms could revolutionize the cleanup of polluting waste. READ MORE.