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First you continue to make light of Britney’s ’07 breakdown and now you claim she’s a robot? Shame on you.

US singer Katy Perry poses upon her arrival at the 2nd Monte-Carlo Gala for the Global Ocean 2018 held in Monaco on September 26, 2018. - On September 26, 2018, the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation will hold its second Monte-Carlo Gala for the Global Ocean, a major fundraising event in the heart of Monte Carlo, in order to support its worldwide initiatives in favor of a sustainable ocean, a crucial issue calling for immediate and collective action. (VALERY HACHE/AFP/Getty Images)

@ajLIMELIGHT, blasting the singer for a perceived slight of Britney Spears. On Friday, Perry posted a Q&A with producer Greg Wells, who praised Perry by saying she isn’t “handed a script like a Britney Spears and told what to sing.” Perry has a history of insulting Spears and her 2007 breakdown. Fans noted that Spears has written over 70 of her own songs and developed the ideas for most of her videos.

Jameela Jamil is a lot of talk. It might have finally caught up with her.

Role Model Jameela Jamil attends as Aerie celebrates #AerieREAL Role Models in NYC on January 31, 2019 in New York City. (Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Aerie)

@alakazannah, criticizing actress Jameela Jamil for calling her new campaign for lingerie brand Aerie “inclusive of everyone,” despite the lack of plus-sized women in the photos. Jamil insisted that the campaign is diverse because it includes gay black actress Samira Wiley and paralympian Brenna Huckaby.

If Batman were to be a black man, his motivations may look all too familiar.

@jbouie, explaining how the history of a black Bruce Wayne/Batman would differ from past iterations, after Twitter user @YrOnlyHope suggested that Daniel Kaluuya play the hero. @jbouie proposed that a black Thomas and Martha Wayne would die at the hands of a cop, turning Batman’s vigilante focus to fighting police brutality.

I wonder if Justin Bieber is going to announce he’s starring in a “Holes” reboot after this.

@iSmashFizzle, joking about Justin Bieber’s new streetwear line, Drew. The minimalist, mostly camel-colored pieces immediately inspired comparisons to clothing from the movies “Holes,” “The Hunger Games” and “Divergent,” as well as UPS drivers’ uniforms. Others took issue with the pricing. For example, a red T-shirt, bottom left, sells for $48.