Even Dictionary.com disagrees with DJ Khaled’s ideas about sex.
@TinyMuslimah, roasting DJ Khaled over a 2015 interview he gave that resurfaced over the weekend. Khaled said he expects his wife to do things in the bedroom that he does not, because: “It’s different rules for men.” Khaled was dragged on social media. Even Dictionary.com weighed in with a hot take.
Junot Diaz faces allegations of misconduct.
@monicabyrne13, tweeting about what she says is an outpouring of misconduct allegations about Pulitzer Prize-winning author Junot Diaz. Writer Zinzi Clemmons confronted Diaz last Friday during a Q&A session at the Sydney Writers’ Festival and later tweeted an allegation that Diaz had forcibly kissed her in the past. Diaz withdrew from the festival and issued a statement. Now more women, including Monica Byrne, have shared accounts of misconduct by Diaz, and others have weighed in about how to interact with his work moving forward.
One woman’s nightmare with a cockroach was all too real.
@ValeeGrrl, after Florida woman Katie Holley wrote an essay for Self magazine about how a cockroach crawled into her ear while she was sleeping. Holley went to the emergency room that night and doctors killed the bug, but didn’t manage to remove all of it. Nine days later, a doctor pulled six more pieces of the roach’s carcass out of Holley’s ear canal.
This dad brought home the wrong dog, but it made for a great video.
@FuzzyFlareon, reacting to a video from @Pineappl3pizza, whose real name is Alex. His dad went to pick up the family dog after a grooming appointment at PetSmart, but picked up the wrong dog. In the video, the wrong dog runs happily around the house while Alex asks it, “Who are you?” Here’s the video: