It's ridiculous that a presidential candidate could say something like this.
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You better recognize!
While the 19-year-old certainly doesn't hide (and shouldn't have to) her relationship with the famous son of Victoria and David Beckham, she doesn't want her years of acting being swept under the rug:
"Seriously, you don't know how often I'm just described as 'his girlfriend,' And you think, 'Well, I've also been acting for 13 years, but don't worry.'"
However, the Neighbors 2 star says this is why her relationship with the 17-year-old works so well:
"One of the reasons why dating him is great is that we both get what it means to have our lives twisted and torn apart and faked."
Sooooo… why doesn't the 18-year-old want to see her photos flooded with moving messages and complimentary comments from her fans, who constantly gush about how pretty she is?!
Well, it's not the love that Kylizzle is totally over!
Instead, the reality star took to Twitter on Tuesday to explain that she's sick of the constant promotional posts and requests for "like backs," writing:
Coincidence?? We don't think so!
Only a couple weeks after their Miami rendezvous in July, Amber Heard and Elon Musk were seen partying up at The Box, a London club, on Tuesday night.
Ooh la la!
Is anyone surprised by this?
We were mildly shocked when Donald Trump said he would tell his daughter Ivanka Trump to "find another career or find another company" if she was sexually harassed in the workplace — but apparently, Trump's companies have the same philosophy!
According to an ongoing USA Today network review of over 4,000 legal actions involving Trump and his companies, multiple female employees claim they were fired after complaining about sexual harassment at work.
Erin Breen, a former employee of Trump's Jupiter, Florida golf course, filed a lawsuit last week claiming she faced "persistent, unwelcome sexual advances" from a supervisor and alerted the human resources department — only to be fired two weeks after the report.
A similar lawsuit was filed in 2010 by Nausheen Nurani, a female server at Sixteen Chicago — a restaurant inside Trump Hotel and Tower — alleging that she faced "unwanted and offensive touchings" and
Who would refuse to dress this stunner???
The Orange Is the New Black star said:
"It's funny that a lot of the brands are dressing people who are not offering anything as far as talent, they're just out there. I understand that it's business, but still, it's like, really? My industry friends, who are clear and honest with me say, "Girl, they don't have your size, and you're not at that level yet, so you have to either move that way or just build those relationships so that later in the future maybe it happens."
The actress even has a hard time getting clothing from brands that she's very loyal to! She explained: