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False microchip conspiracy theory believed by half of those who dont want COVID vaccine, poll shows – MassLive.com07.25.21

More than half of the Americans refusing to get the COVID-19 vaccine believe the false conspiracy theory that the federal government is trying to microchip the population, a new poll from The Economist and YouGov suggests.

One in five Americans buy into the false theory, according to YouGovs survey of 1,500 adults; 14% say theyre not sure and 66% dont believe it. Fifty-one percent of those not planning to roll up their sleeves think its definitely or probably true that the U.S. government is using the COVID-19 vaccine to implant everyone with microchips a long-debunked theory concocted partly out of the anti-vaccine movements baseless claims that Microsoft founder Bill Gates, the feds and shadowy coalitions of private corporations and nonprofits seek to track humans around the globe.

The notorious microchip theory is central among disinformation campaigns and misleading posts rampant over social media, along with disproven claims about the vaccines changing your DNA, sparking a large number of deaths, or causing autism and more dangerous variants to develop a notion one scientist described to Healthline as completely bonkers.

The recent poll shows the theory has fostered as the Biden administration looks to blunt a drop-off in vaccinations. After the nationwide vaccination ramp up earlier this year led to substantial declines in new COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths, cases are now spiking in almost every state as the highly contagious Delta variant spreads, particularly in areas where many remain unvaccinated. The weeks-long uptick comes amid continued hammering of basic vaccine science and public health officials by far-right outlets, paired with increased distrust in government, science and the media. Other recent polls show many Americans claim to believe baseless theories about election fraud, the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol and the QAnon conspiracy movement.

This is about the health of Americans and the reality is that misinformation is still spreading like wildfire ... aided and abetted by technology platforms, U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy told Fox News Sunday.'

In 2019, MIT researchers, funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, studied using an invisible dye which perhaps could show up under certain light or a smartphone app to determine if someone is vaccinated. But the theoretical study which included no devices capable of any tracking or monitoring never got past animal testing, James Tabery, a University of Utah philosophy professor whos written about pandemic conspiracies, told ABC.

They awarded grants to researchers to find better ways to keep track of vaccination information, and in particular, they were thinking about places like underdeveloped nations where you want to roll out vaccination operations but the electronic medical record infrastructure isnt really set up to keep track of all that, Tabery said. Logistical challenge: how do you keep track of whos been vaccinated when you dont have the electronic infrastructure to do that?

Kevin McHugh, who helped lead the quantum dot dye research, told Reuters the technology included zero microchips or human implants. He likened it to a tattoo that could help health professionals obtain patient vaccine records in places where medical records and infrastructure are scarce.

Gates, in a March 2020 question-and-answer session on Reddit, said, Eventually we will have some digital certificates to show who has recovered or been tested recently or when we have a vaccine who has received it. The Gates Foundation told Reuters the digital certificates reference was not about microchips, but rather efforts to create an open source digital platform with the goal of expanding access to safe, home-based testing.

James Heathers, chief scientific officer at Cipher Skin where hes spent years sticking tech on people, and in people wrote in The Atlantic that the most recent microchips with 5G functionality are about the size of a penny, and would never fit inside those needles.

Heathers added that the microchips envisioned in baseless conspiracy theories would require an external power source close to the injection site Past a certain point, tiny, adorable digital devices just cant scale down to having tiny, adorable batteries that make them work. They would also need a communication technology capable of sending signals through an inch of muscle and a bunch of skin and fat. Muscle in particular is a rotten thing to navigate, as its basically a big bag of conductive fluid, notoriously fatal to radio signals, he wrote.

Recent polling shows many Americans remain vaccine-hesitant based on concerns over safety or believe the risks are now diminished after several months of progress. Some want to wait for full approval by the Food and Drug Administration. The Biden administration and state leaders have continued to ramp up outreach by enlisting trusted community members local doctors and nurses, faith leaders and social services organizations to deliver the message that the vaccines are safe and effective.

Murthy on Sunday noted that 99.5% of recent COVID-19 deaths are unvaccinated individuals.

Facebook recently responded to harsh words from President Joe Biden and his team, noting more than 2 billion people have viewed authoritative information about COVID-19 and vaccines on Facebook, which is more than any other place on the internet, spokesperson Dani Lever told ABC News. More than 3.3 million Americans have also used our vaccine finder tool to find out where and how to get a vaccine. The facts show that Facebook is helping save lives. Period.

Reuters reported in May of 2020 that false social media posts accusing Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nations top infectious disease expert, of saying all Americans should be microchipped had been shared more than 8,000 times. Since the pandemic began, Facebook has pulled down more than 18 million posts on its main site and Instagram over policy violations linked to misinformation, Bloomberg reported in May.

For more on the COVID-19 vaccines, including their ingredients, from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, read here.

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Here’s What’s Coming to the Free Streaming Service Tubi in July – Cord Cutters News06.29.21

Tubi is adding a bunch of new titles in July, adding to its library of 30,000+ movies and TV shows. This month, you can celebrate July 4th with Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde, get your drama fix with The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, enjoy family time with Surfs Up, Monster High: Welcome to Monster High, and more.


Empire State (2013)

Freelancers (2012)

Hitman: Agent 47 (2015)

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016)

Street Kings (2008)

Dj Vu (2006)

Man on Fire (2004)

Unstoppable (2010)

Black Cinema

Shaft (1971)

Shaft in Africa (1973)

Shafts Big Score (1972)

Wheres the Money (2017)

Dead Presidents (1995)

Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son (2011)


Jack and Jill (2011)

Little Italy (2018)

Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde (2003) arriving7/3

Major League (1989)

The Animal (2001)

The Hot Chick (2002)

The Nanny Diaries (2007)

Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993)


90 Minutes in Heaven (2015)

Black Mass (2015)

The Fountain (2006)

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (2011)

Thelma & Louise (1991)

Wargames (1983)


Slither (2006)

The Voices (2014) arriving 7/18

Kids & Family

Surfs Up (2007) arriving 7/5

Monster High: Welcome to Monster High (2016)

Mini Munsters (1973)


Criminal (2016)

Gamer (2009)

I, Robot (2004)

Knowing (2009

RoboCop 3 (1993)

Timecop (1994)

The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008)


Hannibal (2001)

Hannibal Rising (2007)

Solace (2015)

The Fugitive (1993)

The Forgotten (2004)

Urge (2016)

Flightplan (2005)

TV Series

The Bay (2019)

Rosemarys Baby (2014)

Tubi en Espaol

Hannibal (2001)

Just My Luck (2006)

Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde (2003) arriving7/3

Made in America (2017)

Thelma & Louise (1991)

RoboCop 3 (1993)

Tmera studied journalism at Utah State University where her career began as Senior News Writer for the campus publication. After a few stops along the way, her love of writing and media led her to Cord Cutters News where she reports on breaking headlines, device updates, programming highlights, and more. Before joining the CCN team, Tmera worked in broadcast news, freelance writing, and radio.

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So you’re newly all-in on the Phoenix Suns? Here’s what you need to know to join the fun – The Arizona Republic06.12.21


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You're reading this story because yourecently had an epiphany. You realized what you've been missing in your life. You saw the light. The very literal light.One day recently, you woke up a Phoenix Suns fan.

There are plenty of natural ways to find yourself newly rooting for a team.Maybe you watched the NBA Bubble during quarantine and were enchanted by the scrappy Suns. Maybe you see the energy building in Phoenix and want to be a part of it too. Maybe you're not even in Arizona, you just liked seeing someone knock out the Lakers.Maybe you're a literal baby, and your parents are reading you this article before bed.

Whatever brought you here, there's still plenty of basketball to enjoy. But now that you've updated your Twitter name to "lifelong Phoenix Suns fan (redacted)," you may may still have a few questions. How do I talk to my friends about the Phoenix Suns? What do I need to know? What do you mean the mascot is a gorilla? What if I'm too scared to ask my die-hard friends, and too tired to Google? At The Arizona Republic, we're here to get you all up to speed.

To quote the Backstreet Boys, another group that knows the power of having five men all performing on the floor at once,"I don't care who you are (who you are) /Where you're from (where you're from)." Here's what you need to know about the playoff Suns.

Phoenix Suns fans in the crowd cheer against the Denver Nuggets in the second half during game one in the second round of the 2021 NBA Playoffs at Phoenix Suns Arena.(Photo: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports)

Let's start with the people you'll be cheering for as the Suns continue their series against the Denver Nuggets.

Now in his sixth year in the NBA, all with the Suns, guard Devin ArmaniBooker has finally reached the playoffs. He did so in fashion, setting a Phoenix franchise record in his first playoff game. Drake has written about his shot. Booker pulls up to games in classiccars andhas a 135-pound dog named Haven, and he's proud of his Mexican heritage. Booker's also seen the Suns at their lowest, which has given him perspective.

It has been a long time, but you know, I wouldnt change the path. I wouldnt change what we went through as an organization for anything. Thats part of the story, and that makes this moment andthese moments that much better," he said after the Game 2 win over Denver.

Phoenix Suns guard Devin Booker (1) starts a fast break against the Denver Nuggets during the third quarter in Game 2 in Phoenix. June 9, 2021. (Photo: Michael Chow/The Republic)

Coach Monty Williams and General Manager James Jones have built around Booker.Chris Paul, the "Point God," joined the Suns in November and pushed through a shoulder injury against the Lakers. A 16-year veteran and future Hall of Famer, Paul betters every team he's on. Take Deandre Ayton, for example. Coaches and players have said the former No. 1 pick is modeling more of his workouts after Paul's. That doesn't mean Ayton has given up on all of his traditions. The 6-11 center still takes granny-style shots to warm up ahead of the game, including from half-court.

Phoenix Suns take Game 1 over Denver Nuggets on the strength of a 42-14 run in the second half. Game 2 is Wednesday in Phoenix. Arizona Republic

The Suns area fun and gif-able team with a number of resilient backstories.Guard Cam Payne, who has been a solid backupfor Paul, has a remarkable journey back to the league after playing in China and in the G-League.Now, he yells "I appreciate you!" to opposing fans who heckle him.ForwardMikal Bridges tweets Spongebob memes after wins, and Cameron Johnson wore a Mickey Mouse shirt after beating the Lakers.

Forward Jae Crowder salsa danced to mock LeBron James with 30 seconds left in Game 6 against the Lakers: "I did what I had to do," he later said.Bridges and Payne are avid dancers as well. The team still carries an underdog mentality, both as individuals and as a team that's been overlooked even when recently successful.

They're all coached by Monty Williams, who's getting the best out of the Suns while instilling life lessons along the way. Williams is in his second year with Phoenix, his first year bringing the 8-0 bubble run.

More: Rise of the Suns, Part III: Williams says team goals are 'on the other side of hard'

More: Monty Williams' first game as head coach without his late wife Ingrid emotional

This year under Williams, who was named the NBCA Coach of the Year by his peers, the Suns have made the playoffs for the first time in 11 years.

If you're tuning in now, you've picked an exciting time to do so. The Suns are up 2-0 over the Denver Nuggets in Round 2. Going back to beating the Lakers, the Suns have won five in a row, and have outscored opponents by 93 over that stretch.

With that in mind, the crowd at Phoenix Suns Arena, which has been raucous throughout, was calling for a sweep during the fourth quarter in Game 2. Nuggets coach Michael Malone certainly heard it.

"There's a reason their crowd is yelling 'Suns in four,' and they're calling for a sweep," he said after Game 2. "Because if we play like this back in Denver, this is going to be a really quick series."

The Nuggets team is headlined byNikola Joki, who was recently named the league's MVP.Joki averaged 26.4 points, 10.8 rebounds and 8.3 assists per game in the regular season.

Prior to the playoffs, the Nuggets held the recent edge, coming out on top in six of the last seven. However, three of those games went to overtime.The winner of this series will face the winner of the Jazz-Clippers.

The Suns compiled a 51-21record in the regular season, securing them the No. 2 seed in the West. To get to Round 2, they sent homethe Los Angeles Lakers, winning the series 4-2 over the defending champions and James.

Jun 9, 2021; Phoenix, Arizona, USA; Larry Fitzgeralds watches the Denver Nuggets play the Phoenix Suns during game two in the second round of the 2021 NBA Playoffs at Phoenix Suns Arena. Mandatory Credit: Rob Schumacher-Arizona Republic(Photo: Rob Schumacher/The Republic)

While they're far from satisfied, the Round 1 win was significant and cathartic for a few reasons. The Lakers and Suns' rivalry goes back years and years, and spills over into other sports. And it showed that the 8-0 run in the bowels of Disneywasn't a fluke.

The Suns have mixed in flashy wins in the playoffs, too.They led in Game 5 by as much as 36.

Their 51 wins were second-best in the NBA, behind only the Utah Jazz's 52, and they did so in a shortened season, with just 72 regular-season games. The turnaround has been rapid: Just two seasons ago, the Suns finished 19-63.

Now that you are well on your way to die-hard fandom, and likely scheduling an appointment to get a Suns tattoo, let's go even further back with the franchise.

The Suns are Phoenix's first major professional team, arriving in the valley in 1968. Still, they have yet to win a title. That's not unusual for this batch of playoff teams: Of the eight remaining teams in the 2021 NBA Playoffs, only three have ever won a title, and none have done so recently. The last was the Philadelphia 76ers in 1983.

Celebrity chef Guy Fieri watches the NBA second round playoff series between the Phoenix Suns and the Denver Nuggets in Phoenix on June 7, 2021.(Photo: Michael Chow/The Republic)

But while chasing that elusive ring, the Suns have put together some memorable runs over the years, building a deep fan base and getting close. They reached the Finals in 1976, led byPaul Westphal. They did so again in 1993 behind Charles Barkley, falling to Michael Jordan and the Bulls in six games.

The 2000s ushered in a new Suns era. Their up-tempo offense led to the "7 seconds or less" nickname, and back-to-back MVP titles for point guard Steve Nash led to Nelly Furtado lyrics. But then came the playoff drought.

The last few years have been agonizing for Suns fans, but the last few games have been revitalizing.So while Suns fandom may be new to you, you're joining an impressivebunch. You're joining Emma Stone, Jonah Hill, Kendall Jenner, and, most recently, Guy Fieri. But more than that, you're joining Suns fans hungry for a title after decades and decades of waiting and longing.

Sopick out some factoids, put them on an index card, put that index card in your pocket, and get ready for the games. There's a Valley to be rallied.

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Cold cases: The unsolved murders, disappearances of indigenous people in Utah – KJZZ02.07.21


Law enforcement and criminal justice officials in Utah admit they don't know exactly how many cases of missing and murdered indigenous people there are in the state.

As part of a 2News investigation of Utah's missing and murdered indigenous women, the Department of Public Safety offered a list of cold cases in an effort to bring some of them back into the public eye and potentially generate new leads for investigators.

DPS identified at least 15 cold cases with Native American or Alaskan Native victims, out of the state's 377 cases. In addition to these cold cases, there are at least 25 additional cases of missing and murdered indigenous women still under active investigation.

There could be more. As 2News reported Thursday, frequent racial misclassification can prevent accurate tracking of cases involving indigenous victims.

The cold cases identified by DPS date back to 1973. In many of the cases, information about what happened or theories about the cases are limited. This could be intentional. In many murder cases, investigators withhold certain details to make sure they and the killer are the only ones who know ensuring there could still be a "smoking gun" in cases that have long gone cold.

Here are the 15 men and women whose disappearances remain unexplained, or whose murders remain unsolved today:

Missing since 2019: Mathew Jay Broncho

Broncho went missing from Snowville, Utah in Box Elder County on March 24, 2019.

Theories: Broncho may have become transient, and could be living among the unsheltered community on Utah. He may also have settled on another reservation with an "outside" tribe, according to the Utah Bureau of Criminal Identification.

Description: Broncho, age 36, is 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs approximately 210 pounds. He has brown eyes and goes by the name Matt.

Contact: Box Elder County Sheriff's Office at 435-734-3800 and reference case no. 19-001475

Murdered in 2017: Shawn J. Manymules

Manymules was shot to death across the street from Pioneer Park in Salt Lake City on July 26, 2017. He was 24 years old.

During the summer of 2017, he frequented Pioneer Park and the men's shelter downtown, according to BCI. He was shot in front of 336 S. 400 West, and died instantly. Two male suspects, who've not been positively identified, ran from the shooting. They were seen fleeing southbound on 400 West, and then headed west through the Big D Construction Company at 404 W. 400 South.

Contact: Salt Lake City Police Department at 801-799-3000 and reference case no. 2017-135694.

Found dead in 2014: Grand County John Doe

On an unspecified date in 2014, hikers ascending out of the central canyon on the west side of Hotel Mesa, northeast of Moab, discovered a man's body. He was found lying on a "decaying" foam pad underneath a juniper tree, according to BCI.

Description: Grand County John Doe is believed to have been between 45 and 55 years old at the time of his death. He was between 5 feet 5 and 5 feet 9 inches tall. BCI reports his race could be Asian, Native American, or Latino.

Contact: Grand County Sheriffs Office at 435-298-8115 and reference case no. 2014000520.

Missing since 2012: Rebbeca Jane White

White, age 61, went missing from South Salt Lake in the summer of 2012, and hasn't been seen or heard from since. She was 53 at the time of her disappearance.

Description: She has two known tattoos, a chain around her right ankle and an unspecified tattoo on her abdomen, according to BCI. The Charley Project has more information about White, describing her as 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighing 150 pounds. She has black hair and brown eyes. She's said to have a "skin discoloration" on her right leg and a scar from a Cesarean section on her abdomen, as well as pierced ears.

She may use the last names Fasthorse and/or Runninghorse, according to the Charley Project.

Contact: South Salt Lake Police Department at 801-412-3647 and reference case no. 14G005824.

Missing since 2011: Tobey Tweedy Baker

Baker was confirmed to have stayed at a motel in St. George, Utah on Sept. 1, 2011 before he disappeared. He has not been seen since. His credit card was used in St. George and Mesquite, Nevada shortly after his disappearance, but "there was no evidence to confirm Baker made the last transactions," according to BCI. He was 28 at the time of his disappearance.

Description: Baker is 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs 260 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes. He also has several tattoos, including one on his left shoulder with a top hat and two hands, with three long fingers on each hand. One hand is pointing up, the other down. Baker has a tattoo of a face in the center of his right shoulder, with skulls above the face and around its left side. Underneath is a box with a question mark on it, and to the right of the face is a dream catcher. Unspecified writing below the dream catcher begins with the letters "S" and "H," according to BCI.

Contact: Washington County Sheriffs Office at 435-656-6500 and reference case no. 110900031

Murdered in 1995: Bahe Davis

Davis was a patient at Utah State Hospital in Provo on Jan. 30, 1995, according to BCI. He died from a blunt force injury to his abdomen which resulted in a lacerated liver. His body was reportedly discovered on Jan. 31, 1995. He was 19 at the time of his death, which is classified as an unsolved homicide. The state's website doesn't offer any other details.

Contact: Provo City Police Department at 801-852-7242 and reference case no. 9500863.

A photo of Davis is not provided in the cold case database.

Murdered in 1994: Roger Holley

Holley was found dead by a man walking his dog in Salt Lake City's Hidden Hollow Park at 8 a.m. on Sept. 20, 1994. Holley was reportedly homeless at the time and sleeping in the park.

The man who found Holley immediately called police, who determined the 35-year-old was "beat to death with blunt objects," according to BCI.

Contact: Salt Lake City Police Department at 801-799-3000 and reference case no. 1994-136459. According to BCI, the case is or was assigned to Det. Cordon Parks.

Missing since 1994: William McBride

McBride was 36 at the time he went missing and has not been seen since March 22, 1994. He's listed as missing and endangered in the state's database. He's 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs 165 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.

It's believed McBride could have been headed toward Cedar City when he left Salt Lake County.

Contact: Unified Police Department of Greater Salt Lake at 385-468-9816. Det. Pender is the detective of record in the state's database.

The photo provided of McBride was taken in 1990, 4 years before he disappeared, according to BCI.

Murdered in 1991: Ermalinda Garza

Garza was found dead on April 2, 1991 in the desert south of St. George. Police found her body on the side of the road. She died from multiple gunshot wounds to the head, as well as blunt force trauma, according to BCI.

Garza's cold case database entry notes she was also known by the nickname or alias Linda Sherman.

Contact: St. George Police at 435-627-4301 and reference case no. 271226.

Murdered in 1990: Cornell Burns

Burns was 23 years old when he was killed in Salt Lake City. BCI doesn't list any details about the murder, but notes he "had no car and was usually on foot" and that he "hung out on State Street."

Contact: Salt Lake City Police Department at 801-799-3000 and reference case no. 1990-47094.

Murdered in 1988: Douglas Lee

Lee was killed in Salt Lake City at the age of 36. According to BCI, he was last seen on June 13, 1988. His date of death is listed as June 14, 1988.

He was found dead next to a parked train in "the railroad yard," according to Lee's entry in the state cold case database, which also notes that he was homeless at the time of his death.

Contact: Salt Lake City Police Department at 801-799-3000 and reference case no. 1988-52321. According to BCI, the case is or was assigned to Det. Cordon Parks.

Murdered in 1985: Larry Jack

Jack was found dead in a parking area at 250 West 400 South in Salt Lake city. He was 46 years old.

A photo of Jack is not available in the state cold case database. No other information about his murder is listed.

Contact: Salt Lake City Police Department at 801-799-3000 and reference case no. 1985-98375.

A photo of Jack is not provided in the cold case database.

John Does

The list of cold cases of missing and murdered indigenous people in Utah provided by the department of public safety listed two additional victims, who are not named. The two "John Does" were murdered or found dead in 1973.

Cold Case Tip Hotline: 833-DPS-SAFE (833-377-7233)

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90 Day Fianc: All The Times Cast Members Said The Show Is Fake – Screen Rant12.27.20

Fans often wonder if TLC's 90 Day Fianc is edited and scripted to create maximum drama. Here are the cast members who've added to their suspicions.

There might not be scripts passed around when 90 Day Fianc stars shoot their scrimmages for the screen, but is there still someone pulling the strings? When fans see most of the dramatic moments unfold on the TLC show, they often gawk at the realness of the reality series. However, plenty of signs suggest that 90 Day Fianc is fake, and no one serves the tea better than the shows cast.

When a viewer loses count of how many spin-offs a show has, it surely indicates its popularity. Since its debut in 2014, the TLC show, which started showcasing the journeys of foreigners visiting the US on a K-1 visa and working their way to the altar, has only attracted more eyeballs as the years have passed. One season led to another successful one, but at times, the couples failed to keep up. Although most pairs do not end up getting their happily ever after, 90 Day Fianc does make their tales memorable with drama that would put a Broadway production to shame. Still, while some scenes look authentic enough for viewers to gasp or shed a tear, oftentimes, its the stars mouthing lines like, Who is against the queen will die! that make fans wonder, Why? To explain those extra-dramatic moments, some90 Day Fianc cast members have come forward to blame it all on the script.

Related:90 Day Fianc: Why Stephanie Matto Hated Watching Herself On TV

While Cassia may not be a reality TV regular since her divorce from Jason Hitch, who she appeared with on season two of 90 Day Fianc, she does know how to create a stir. The Brazilian lady revealed that, although the shows couples are 100% real, a lot of the rest of the show is not. Cassia, however, denied that the TLC show is scripted, but did suggest that the network produces some spice by editing very well to create scenarios that maximize drama between the couples.

90 Day Fianc stars Ashley Martson and Jay Smith, who met in Jamaica, ended their marriage after nearly three years together in September 2020. But this isnt the only scandal to rock their reality TV relationship, especially with Jays alleged unfaithfulness. In an interview with InTouch, Jay revealed that the show portrayed his romance as a very toxic relationship, like he was the bad person, which wasnt accurate. The tattoo artist also claimed that the Tinder incident was staged and that the women in the barbershop bathroom got paid to cheat with him.

The latest star to speak about 90 Day Fianc being scripted is The Other Ways Deavan. Her marriage with Korean husband Jihoon is over, but Deavan continues to hint at the show portraying her in a negative way. Not stating a certain show but you guys are aware that MOST reality tv shows are fake and either scripted or edited to match a storyline that storyboard teams put together before filming, Deavan claimed on Instagram. The Utah native also infamously accused 90 Day Fiancs edits of putting her family in danger, especially after the scene with daughter Drascilla running away.

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Post Malone Explains Why He Opted to Get a Tattoo While at Dentists Office – Complex12.19.20

For Post Malone, adding to one's tattoo collection while also getting some dental work taken care of is simply a matter of logic.

Malone, whose 2019 album Hollywood's Bleeding is up for Album of the Year at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards, was asked to explain this practice when Jimmy Kimmel mentioned the photographic evidence his dentist posted to Instagram back in August.

About five minutes into the appearance, Malone referred to his dentist as "the biggest, buffest dentist" he's ever seen while also praising the softness of his hands.

"Two birds with one stone," Malone, who appeared via livestream from Utah, said when asked about the dual tattoo and dentistry session. "Why not? I mean, you know we talked about it and we were just like, you know, I'll be sitting around for hours doing nothing anyways. You know, why not get two bad things out of the way at the same time?"

Elsewhere, Posty and Kimmel traded messages of fondness about the wonders of Costco. Malone spoke briefly on his impending New Year's Eve special as well. The Bud Light Seltzer Sessions Presents New Year's Eve 2021 event will also feature Steve Aoki and Jack Harlow, with Lilly Singh aboard the project as host:

Earlier this month, Posty gifted custom Crocs to every student at his old high school in Texas.


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