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Hold on — since when is money more important than someone’s integrity?

Academy Award winning actress and comedian MoNique photographed inside the Grand Suite of the SLS Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada on January 13, 2019. MoNique becomes the first African-American woman comedian to have residency in Las Vegas with her stand up show MoNique Does Vegas. (Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post)

@Nettaaaaaaaa, blasting Steve Harvey for speaking over the comedian Wednesday on his show “Steve.” As Mo’Nique explained how standing by her principles during press for the 2009 film “Precious” and her 2018 Netflix boycott got her “blackballed” in Hollywood, Harvey insisted money was more important than her push for equality.

You cannot tell me “Peppa Pig” isn’t a hilarious show. Just try to get through her hanging up on Suzie Sheep without laughing.

@kykyfelix, joking about “Peppa Pig syndrome,” a phenomenon observed by American parents in which their children, after watching the British cartoon, develop a slight accent and use British lingo.

This is so sad, but so wholesome. We love a power duo.

@JZmirak, commenting on an Australian news story about Molly, a beagle, who adopted Poss, a baby possum, after losing her litter of pups. According to Nine News Melbourne, the two are “inseparable,” with Molly keeping guard under the tree Poss sleeps in. Molly’s owners say Poss’ presence has “uplifted her mood.”

Yes, getting a customized du-rag is now a life goal of mine.

@chilloutricky, reacting to a video showing Twitter user @cyditty__ giving her boyfriend a custom du-rag emblazoned with photos from their relationship for Valentine’s Day. Her boyfriend’s eyes light up when he unveils the gift.

The irony here is that both Stephen Martin and Colin Kaepernick took a stand — and paid an unfair price.

Colin Kaepernick attends as O, The Oprah Magazine hosts special NYC screening of "A Wrinkle In Time" at Walter Reade Theater at Walter Reade Theater on March 7, 2018 in New York City. ( (Mike Coppola/Getty Images)

@bellwak, reacting to the news that Colorado store Prime Time Sports is closing after a Nike boycott sunk profits. Owner Stephen Martin disapproved of NFL players kneeling during the national anthem and stopped selling the brand once it tapped ex-player Colin Kaepernick to lead a 2018 ad campaign.