If you can’t control your compulsive desire to virtue signal to others on the Internet, here’s what you need to know before snapping that selfie.
I’m not completely sure what haters are going to say is fake, but I can only presume ‘it’ is Justin Timberlake’s musical talents.
Frankly, the thought of the average person voting with little information, or voting because she saw a selfie of a Hollywood star, now sounds a little scary.
If they can’t even let a white celebrity tweet out support for the message of a half-white celebrity, then Black Lives Matter might be doing it wrong.
Justin Timberlake and country singer/songwriter Chris Stapleton brought the house down at the CMAs with a cover of David Allan Coe’s “Tennessee Whiskey.”
There is something romantic about this traditionalist view of mixing; a well-crafted cassette bespeaks a labor of love.
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