“Kendrick Lamar is back with a face-morphing music video” links

Kendrick Lamar is back with “The Heart Part 5,” and in the video, his face morphs into Kanye West, Jussie Smollett & Will Smith. [Just Jared]
Some paranormal stories to freak you out for the rest of the week. [Buzzfeed]
Jason Sudeikis might change lawyers after his legal team decided to serve Olivia Wilde on stage at CinemaCon. [LaineyGossip]
Don Trump Jr. has some serious problems. [OMG Blog]
Kourtney Kardashian’s kids weren’t happy about her engagement. [Dlisted]
Review of Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness. [Pajiba]
Olivia Culpo offers up a new way to wear a jacket. [Go Fug Yourself]
The anti-Madison Cawthorne site was “hacked.” [Gawker]
Kristen Stewart wore a Chanel swimsuit as a party look. [RCFA]
Alabama is all about codefying transphobia. [Towleroad]
A woman put her boyfriend in a suitcase and left him to die. [Starcasm]
Amy Schumer has Covid. [Seriously OMG]

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  1. ooshpick says:

    amazing video and song

    • ME says:

      The video was really cool. The technology is insane. Deep fakes are really scary though, the possibilites are endless.

  2. NorthernGirl_20 says:

    I will share my spiritual story – I am a big sceptic to start so I never knew what to think about this but it felt so real. So my very close friend passed away 18 years ago when she was 27 f-cancer. I was devastated and still am. So anyways I got together with my now husband but I guess still not sure about the future; so I dream that I am at the bar that my friend and I used to hang out at. This was a while ago now but I remember we were watching these guys racing frogs (I dunno dreams are weird) and she just turns to me and says “You don’t belong here you have to go, but you know I can’t go with you I have to stay.” and we hugged and cried and cried and then I woke up. I really felt like I was in her presence and that we really were hugging goodbye. Still makes me cry.

    • salmonpuff says:

      I also had a friend pass away from cancer young. About six months after she died, I had a dream that we were having coffee and chatting, and I said, “I’m just so sad you died.” And she said, “Don’t be sad. I’m having the time of my life!” I woke up feeling easier in my grief. It sounds mundane writing it out, but the feeling and vividness of the dream have stayed with me for years.

    • Anners says:

      I 100% believe that sometimes the people we love can come back in our dreams to comfort us. My friend lost her mother about 15 years ago and was absolutely devastated. While it doesn’t take away her pain, occasionally her mum visits her in dreams to remind her she’s okay and tell her to do things. Classic E!

    • Mama says:

      My mom would dream about her mother often after she passed. She would tell me, “I had a dream about Grandma again.” and I always felt like it gave her comfort.

  3. SJ (they/them) says:

    I would follow kristen stewart anywhere. she looks so good i could cry.

    • bettyrose says:

      I can’t even believe how much she’s grown on me recently. I used to be the first to mock her lip-biting ways, but I’m seeing her in a new light. She can actually be pretty funny and insightful when she speaks and she looks good in fashion. I don’t mind this bathing suit look. It’s appropriate for SoCal. When I lived down there, many days I could barely be bothered to wear more than beach wear myself. It’s always warm beachy weather and you honestly never know when a casual day might just end up at the beach after all.

  4. ME says:

    Kourtney Kardashian’s kids were upset because they weren’t included in the engagement. Travis had his kids there, but not Kourtney. That’s awful. I can understand why they’d be upset about that. Who is to blame for this? Travis? I mean I’m assuming he is the one who arranged the proposal. Then again, this could just be a fake storyline for their show. You never know with this family.

    • Turkeylurkey says:

      I read it was Kris’s decision not to have them there. Scott had the kids and they didnt want to upset him by asking for the kids because they were worried about his feelings. So I guess it’s better to upset her own little kids instead. But as you said Me, they are so fake who knows.

      • goofpuff says:

        they could have just waited until her kids could be there. totally fake for the show so they can have some conflict story line

  5. Amthy says:

    “Will Smith don’t gotta cuss in his raps to sell records.” Love Kendrick put his face on the part with a cuss. But also with a good line.. Where hurt people hurt more people.

  6. CherriePie84 says:

    Wow…captivating and chilling! Hands down, he is the Bob Marley of Rap…..too bad we don’t LISTEN as much as we hear….and often times we never learn.

  7. TIFFANY says:

    I got chills watching that video.

    And Kendrick has not skipped a beat in five years.

    This album is gonna be another great.

    • Jensies says:

      Same. I’ve been waiting (im)patiently to see where he would go next after DAMN. I am not disappointed. This video is iconic.

    • kirk says:

      I still have goosebumps just thinking about it. Love Kendrick Lamar.

  8. JFerber says:

    He is a national treasure.

  9. Sunshine says:

    Thank you so much for posting this video. I loved it.

  10. K says:

    Kendrick Lamar is an amazing being. His artistry his honesty and his fearlessness dazzles me. He has my heart.

  11. The Recluse says:

    Those are some freaky stories on Buzzfeed!!!

  12. NEENA ZEE says:

    Love this site and have been a faithful reader for close to a decade… but why so much royals coverage lately? Around half of today’s posts are about the Cambridges and Sussexes. Feels like overkill for a group of people who are predictable, and not especially interesting.

    • Gobo says:

      Yeah, team Sussex and all, but as someone from an ex British colony seeing so much of the British Royal family is really sticking in my craw.

    • kirk says:

      Yes. Can see how QEII Platinum Jubilee celebration for 70-yrs on throne seems like overkill when there’s family machinations behind the scenes.

    • goofpuff says:

      I find the drama interesting from a historical perspective. it exposes the way the British press, government, and media are so intertwined in a not good way. and how that infects the worldwide media and sensationalist news. also both the condescending attitude towards the united states and yet the strong desire for its approval and money. also how incredibly racist and classist they are. the way the tours are handled. the desperation to be relevant. it’s the Crown happened real time.

    • Jo says:

      Totally agree. But if you look at the comments, we’re a minority. Those posts are always highly busy. However, lately there has been a huge increase in posts that I just cannot fathom. It both gives the monarchy too much importance and misconstrues the UK (where I live). We do not think of the monarchy 6 times a day, and in depth. We could not care less, unless there is an opportunity to decorate the street during the Jubilee.

    • Mama says:

      It is awful! I glance at the site maybe once a week to try and find anything I want to read. I look for this type of post with links and the products post. And that’s it. It is nauseating how much they cover the Royals. I guess anything to drive traffic to the site – which I get – but for the rest of us… it certainly has changed how I visit this site.

  13. Sou Pasoa says:

    I don’t like it, and I miss K-Dot.

    • kirk says:

      Been a while.
      No more k dot my mother had named me kendrick.
      Let’s go. But we can’t go backwards.

  14. Nick G says:

    I just want to add something about the Royal coverage. It’s a lot and I get why longtime readers would be frustrated.

    Buuut. Some of us have been super triggered by what’s going on over there, and the historical implications of this story is not only interesting but helps us see certain social truths differently. It’s like a veil has been lifted. Kind of like when Trump was elected.

    For whatever reason, this site is one of the only places out there that’s trying to tease out the truth about this relatively niche subject. I can’t believe how people are showing themselves on a daily basis. It’s a (social) complement to the madness of American politics, and I believe it has relevance in that context.

  15. Gertrude says:

    If Junior had any sane, concerned humans in his life, there would be an intervention. But sociopaths.