Conspiracy theorists immediately dismissed the smack as fake, designed to distract the world from the “real horrors” of Hollywood actors trafficking children and drinking their blood.
Beyoncé performed! Awards were won! Julia Fox said stuff!
The immediate aftermath of the attack was censored on U.S. television, but viewers in other countries heard everything live.
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A local hotel workers union is leading a boycott at the iconic Chateau Marmont.
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"When she started kicking the knowledge I was like, 'Wait, am I hearing this right?'"
Artist Andre O'Shea called the work a "triggering reminder" of Boseman's death and said he will redesign it before going ahead with an auction.