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This comes off more “petulant child” than “rational chat about guns."


WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 02: Meghan McCain attends the TIME/People WHCD cocktail party at St Regis Hotel - Astor Terrace on May 2, 2014 in Washington, DC. (Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for TIME)

@OPCGhost, criticizing Meghan McCain’s comments on “The View” on Tuesday. McCain suggested there’s “going to be a lot of violence” if lawmakers pass firearm restrictions. When her co-hosts protested, McCain stated, “I’m not living without guns.” Her remarks came three days after a mass shooting in Odessa, Texas, killed 7.

Barbershops are supposed to be safe spaces. I’m not getting that vibe from Kevin Hart’s presence.

@MajorPhilebrity, criticizing Kevin Hart’s conduct during Tuesday’s episode of “The Shop” with Lil Nas X. Hart interrupted the rapper as he explained why he came out, and when Lil Nas X said he grew up “to hate [homosexuality],” Hart asked why. Viewers were unimpressed, considering Hart lost the 2019 Oscars hosting gig for his history of homophobic jokes.

How do you miss the news that it’s sold out everywhere?

@neicilaw, tweeting about a group of suspects who allegedly threatened the staff of a Houston Popeyes on Monday. After being told the restaurant was out of chicken sandwiches (all Popeyes locations are currently sold out), a man in the group pulled out a gun and asked to speak to the manager. No one was injured, but Houston police are looking for the suspects.

Everyone say it with me: An actor is not a direct reflection of a character they portray.

@MyNameIsGroot01, blasting fans of “13 Reasons Why” who criticized actress Grace Saif’s role in Season 3 of the show. Last week, Saif deleted all photos from her Instagram and made her Twitter private. Twitter users urged fans to remember that actors are not their characters.

The day Netflix goes full weekly drops may line-up with the apocalypse.

@SuplexCityLimit, protesting rumors that Netflix would switch to weekly episode releases, instead of all at once. The rumors began after the streaming service revealed that episodes of the reality competition “Rhythm + Flow” would be released weekly in order to keep the winner a secret. Netflix tweeted Tuesday that the weekly model would only be used for “Rhythm + Flow” and “The Great British Baking Show.”