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Young Thug And Metro Boomin Continue Their Public Spat On Twitter

Young Thug and Metro Boomin are still at odds. The former collaborators who were slated to work on a project with the pseudonym Metro Thuggin continued their war of words on Twitter, which began on Tuesday (Nov. 10).

Initially, Metro who is known for his addictive beats and instrumental creations on various artists' projects including Future and Migos, tweeted that too many artists are dropping mixtapes similar to Future's consistent delivery of new tunes.

"Everyday I wake up, new mixtapes are falling out the sky.. I think we all know where the trend came from lol," Metro wrote.

Spectators assumed that he was referring to Young Thug, but he quickly cleared up that rumor, typing, "You gotta be crazy if you think I subtweeted Thug. That's corny. People are allowed to believe what they want though. True or not." Thug didn't take too kindly to that clarification, and asked Metro who's he referring to. But their public exchange was then reignited yesterday (Nov. 11), when Metro tweeted at Thugger, "I'm in the city @ the spot right now bra and we know each other in REAL life so u can pull up whenever kuz u know I ain't no hoe." Young Thug simply responded with a smiley face emoji.

The "Best Friend" rapper didn't stop with an emoticon. He added a few comments on top of that response, writing, "@MetroBoomin uma beat the sh*t out u fool..."

#YoungThug woke up ready 😩😩 #MetroBoomin

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There's no telling where this exchange will lead or if we'll ever get a full-length project out of the pair.

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FX Series 'Pose' Returning For Third Season

Just a week after its season two debut, FX's Pose has been renewed for a third season. The drama, first set in the 1980s and now the 1990s, has been applauded for its portrayal of transgender characters by transgender actors and has been on the receiving end of accolades during awards season.

Season two of Pose faired much better than season one, although the first season isn't so far behind. According to Deadline, the newest season has scored a 96 percent rating on RottenTomatoes.com and on its premiere day, drew in 1.2 million viewers compared to the first season's 1.04 million watchers.

"Pose has elevated our culture and the TV landscape like few shows before it, and we are honored to partner with co-creators Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Steven Canals on a third season,” John Landgraf, FX chairman said in a statement. "Our thanks to the entire creative team, including Nina Jacobson, Brad Simpson, Alexis Martin Woodall, Sherry Marsh, Janet Mock, Our Lady J, Erica Kay, the amazing cast and crew and everyone at Fox 21 Television Studios and FX Productions for this incredibly entertaining, enlightening and groundbreaking series.”

This past awards season, Pose took him a Dorian Award for LGBTQ Show of the Year, a Peabody Award and a GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Drama Series. Season three of the show can be expected to air June 2020.

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Wale Releases Lyrical Flex Titled "09 Folarin"

Backed by the sound of horns, Wale's latest masterclass in lyrical dexterity takes place over his new song, "09 Folarin." The DMV representer debuted the melody on Monday (June 17), which follows a couple of musical releases this month.

2009 was a pivotal time for the 34-year-old artist when he dropped his debut studio album, Attention Deficit. The stellar project boasted singles like "Pretty Girls," "Chillin," "World Tour," and introspective cuts like "Shades," "Diary," "Contemplate," and more. The aforementioned soundscape was followed by four more studio projects: Ambition, The Gifted, The Album About Nothing, and 2017's Shine.

While music is seemingly Wale's primary lane of creative output, he shared with Billboard that he also plans to get into the world of film. “It’s a difficult industry," he said in the late-2018 interview. "It’s also small. There’s regular Hollywood and there’s black Hollywood and trying to find your way is tough. There are certain circles. There is no rhyme or reason why this person got this role or why this person is. It’s really hard to explain.”

Listen to "09 Folarin" below and his previous melodies.

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Harvard Rescinds Parkland Shooting Survivor's Admission Due To Racist Comments

Harvard University reportedly rescinded admission for a Parkland shooting survivor due to his use of the N-word and anti-Semitic comments.

Kyle Kashuv’s reported use of various racial slurs cost him a spot in Harvard University’s class of 2023. Kashuv– who has become a high-profile, pro-Second Amendment activist since the deadly Parkland shooting in 2018– discussed the controversy in a Twitter thread.

“Three months after being admitted to Harvard Class of 2023, Harvard has decided to rescind my admission over texts and comments made nearly two years ago, months prior to the shooting,” he wrote. “After I issued this apology, speculative articles were written, my peers used the opportunity to attack me, and my life was once again reduced to a headline.”

Per The Huffington Post, Kashuv reportedly referred to another student as a “n***erjock,” and declared “white power” in a video. In a document shared with the publication, the N-word was written by him 12 times, and he also wrote “kill all the f**king Jews.”

Kashuv continues by writing that after news broke of his comments, many who are opposed to him contacted Harvard and urged the Ivy League school to rescind his admission. The letter from Harvard read: “As you know, the Committee takes seriously the qualities of maturity and moral character…”

Kashuv continues to apologize, but many are stating that he made his bed and must lay in it. One of his classmates told HuffPost that he “honestly” thinks that Kashuv is “racist against black people.”

1/ THREAD: Harvard rescinded my acceptance.

Three months after being admitted to Harvard Class of 2023, Harvard has decided to rescind my admission over texts and comments made nearly two years ago, months prior to the shooting.

I have some thoughts. Here’s what happened.

— Kyle Kashuv (@KyleKashuv) June 17, 2019

2/ A few weeks ago, I was made aware of egregious and callous comments classmates and I made privately years ago - when I was 16 years old, months before the shooting - in an attempt to be as extreme and shocking as possible.

I immediately apologized.

Here is my apology: pic.twitter.com/eI38ziiQE8

— Kyle Kashuv (@KyleKashuv) June 17, 2019

7/ Harvard decided to rescind my admission with the following letter. pic.twitter.com/P3bLkF3hHn

— Kyle Kashuv (@KyleKashuv) June 17, 2019

11/ Throughout its history, Harvard’s faculty has included slave owners, segregationists, bigots and antisemites. If Harvard is suggesting that growth isn't possible and that our past defines our future, then Harvard is an inherently racist institution.

But I don't believe that.

— Kyle Kashuv (@KyleKashuv) June 17, 2019

12/ I believe that institutions and people can grow. I've said that repeatedly.

In the end, this isn’t about me, it's about whether we live in a society in which forgiveness is possible or mistakes brand you as irredeemable, as Harvard has decided for me.

— Kyle Kashuv (@KyleKashuv) June 17, 2019

13/ So what now? I’m figuring it out.

I had given up huge scholarships in order to go to Harvard, and the deadline for accepting other college offers has ended.

I’m exploring all options at the moment.

— Kyle Kashuv (@KyleKashuv) June 17, 2019

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