October 31, 2014
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    New York authorities have detained a homeless man on suspicion of harassing and stalking Rihanna. Kevin McGlynn is accused of sending a bunch of threatening messages to the singer, and was also caught on video surveillance delivering many of them by hand to her apartment on three different occasions this monthy.  The cops tracked him down after he allegedly dropped his benefits card, which featured his name and last-known address, in the star's Soho building. He was arrested last week by police and was arraigned on charges of stalking, menacing, and harassment. During the arraignment, Mcglynn proclaimed Rihanna, Jay Z and Kanye West ripped off his material.

      Someone has a DVD-quality copy of the upcoming Expendables 3, and that person has shared it almost 200,000 times in a matter of 24 hours. Pirated films created from the digital source with sound and footage completely intact make for a theater-like experience. The leak is one of the earliest in recent memory, arriving a full three weeks before the theatrical release. BoxOffice.com figures the third film will make around $25 million its opening weekend, but that number is in doubt if more fans get their hands on the action flick. Studio LionsGate may blame piracy for any amount they get over the weekend. A conservative estimate would be $2 million in ticket sales already lost, so those claims would be justified.

     Nicki Minaj has left little to the imagination in a new photograph she's using as the cover art for latest single, "Anaconda." The rapper shared the image on her Instagram page, sparking a bit of backlash as she's featured wearing a pink g-string with her full booty on display. The image incited dozens of angry tweets and comments on Instagram, but she's made it clear she doesn't care what anyone thinks by posting several other images where womens' bare backsides are shown but are "acceptable" in society. Nicki replied on Twitter, "Angelic. Acceptable. Lol."
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