The upcoming blockbuster, Marvel Studios’ Eternals, features an openly gay superhero and anticipation in the LGBTQ+ community is high, particularly because of the introduction of Phastos, his husband, and the couple’s son. However, it’s clear that not everyone feels the same about more representation in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As first reported by The Direct, homophobic trolls are already out in full force, bombarding the Eternals IMDb page with reviews focusing on the film’s queer content just a week before the film hits theaters.

Following the events of 2019’s Avengers: Endgame, the Eternals will introduce a new team of superheroes to the MCU, a group of ancient aliens who have been living on Earth in secret for thousands of years. But when their most ancient enemy, the Deviants, arrive on Earth, the Eternals are forced out of the shadows. Eternals director Chlo&#233 Zhao gathered an all-star ensemble cast, … Read more

Aaron Lewis has opened up about his controversial solo track ‘Am I The Only One’, on which the Staind frontman and conservative rallied against Bruce Springsteen, American liberals, and the removal of Confederate-era statues.

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Lewis addressed the track in a new interview with right-wing provocateur Candace Owens, appearing on her Daily Wire podcast Candace. He noted that he’d written the track with Jeffrey Steele and Ira Dean as a response to “what we all just had gone through in our own lives with the shutdown and with the craziness that we’ve watched on TV over the last 18 months”.

“I feel like you don’t have to stand on one side or the other to have, at one point during all of this, looked at your television and screamed some profanities at it,” he said (as transcribed by Blabbermouth). “Like, ‘What … Read more

Cardi B just gave birth a month ago, and already her stomach is pretty flat which has wondering whether she recently received a tummy tuck, MTO News has learned.

Today Cardi released a video on her TikTok, where she showcased her belly dancing skills. 

The 29-year-old singer was accompanied by her younger sister Hennessy, 25, as they worked their dance moves. We have to admit, Cardi looked amazing as she performed the moves in a beige crop top and lavender sweatpants.

Here’s the video:

Cardi B belly dance Tiktok – Looks Like Tummy Tuck (; 0:15)

But Cardi’s body showed the tell tale signs of a recent tummy tuck. Most noticeably, the shape of Cardi’s belly button changed – since last year.

MTO News confirmed that the tell tale sign of a tummy tuck, is a change in the shape of a woman’s belly button. During the operation, a tummy tuck … Read more

T.I. Tiny Housing Community

Talk about putting on for your community! T.I. recently revealed that him and Tiny are adding developers to their resume. The married duo are reportedly building an affordable housing unit in Bankhead, which is located in Atlanta, Georgia.

In a live video shared to his Instagram account, T.I. pulls up to an active construction site. He steps out of his vehicle and begins to walk the front of the partially complete structures while explaining what viewers are looking at. T.I. said the mixed-use community is about 40% complete and should be ready for tenants sometime next year. Once finished, the community will provide 143 living spaces (units).

“Since everybody so much from here, let’s see what you done did for here you dig,” T.I. challenged in the video. “I ain’t finna do no whole bunch of jaw-jacking, imma show mine.”

He continued on to say that the community is the … Read more

Carole King is the songwriting GOAT, so says Taylor Allison Swift.

Swift, 31, kicked off the 2021 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony by paying tribute to one of this year’s inductees, Carole King, 79.

Swift opened the event by covering King’s classic, “Will You Love Me Tomorrow?”, originally written for the Shirelles in the 1960s and later performed by King herself on her 1971 album, “Tapestry.”

Dressed in a black and gold lace bodysuit, Swift took the stage and delivered a rendition of the song that Rolling Stone described as a track that “could’ve slipped right onto 1989.

Cameras turned towards King at the end of Swift’s performance, catching her wiping away tears and indicating her approval.

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