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In case you spend most of your time in a cave, with your fingers in your ears going, "La, la, la, la," the iPhone 6 was released today to much fanfare, and many tech geeks spending hours in line so that they can tweet about how much Apple sucks on a slightly bigger screen.

Because while people are all psyched about the specs on the new phones, they're equally pissed about the fact that Apple violated the sanctity of millions of iTunes accounts by forcing a new U2 album on an unsuspecting populace.

Katy Perry poked fun (we hope) at the baffling decision to cram free "music" down our throats with a tweet she posted last night:

  • Katy Perry in Cosmo 2014
  • Apple iPhone 6

"FYI to all iPhone 6 buyers, there will also be a free selfie of me already in ur photo roll."

While that would certainly be weird, it would be far less objectionable than finding out that the latest politically-charged howlings of a rapidly aging Irishman are now taking up your valuable storage space. When will the world learn that no means no Bono?

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Rumors of Ariana Grande's insane diva behavior have been making the rounds online lately, and the "Problem" singer has mainly kept quiet on the subject.

Yesterday, however, when reports began to circulate that Ariana said she hopes her fans f--king die, the songbird finally felt the need to speak up. 

Ariana Grande Blows (Kisses)

"Man some of these rumors that have been coming out about me lately actually have me laughing out loud," Ariana tweeted. "Really can't take em seriously."

Clearly not concerned about looking like she's overcompensating, Ariana proceeded to fire off several more tweets on the subject, saying:

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Snoop Dogg is under fire for a homophobic slur he apparently made on social media.

The slur appeared on his Twitter and Instagram feeds early Monday morning, when he posted a photo of two men lying in bed together, along with a message.

"U n ya boyfriend since u like Jumpn on my page disrespectn bitch boy go suck ya man n get off my line f. A. G.," said Snoop, who deleted it 30 minutes later.

  • Snoop Dogg Gay Slur
  • Snoop Lion Photograph

So far, neither the rapper nor his reps have commented on the surprising post.

The gay slur, if he indeed wrote it, comes as a surprise for a man who rarely has problems with anyone and who has indicated he supports gay marriage.

"Satisfy yourself accordingly," he said in a recent interview on the subject.

"I have no issues with nobody ... I live for me and I live my life doing what I do, so you should have the right to do whatever you want to do as well."

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Back in July, Rob Kardashian tweeted about having a son, then quickly deleted the post.

He later claimed to be only joking, but it was neither the first not the last time that Rob publicly confirmed that he's a dad. 

Overweight Rob Kardashian

Last year, Rob told friends he has a kid, shortly after posting a "shout-out" to his "son's mom" on Instagram. 

Yesterday, Rob tweeted, "I'm about to go pick my son up from the port and can't wait to watch a great movie with him...Suggestions anyone? He's 6."

He quickly deleted the tweet, but did not post a "Just kidding!" retraction as he has in the past.

So why would Rob attempt to keep his offspring under wraps, and why would he so terrible at keeping it on the down-low?

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The same day that video of Ray Rice attacking his fiancee in an Atlantic City elevator was released, MTV personality Nev Schulman addressed the scandal in what many considered to be an inappropriate fashion.

Schulman's tweet - which has since been deleted - includes a photo of him standing in an elevator with a caption reading, "There's no abuse in this elevator."

Nev Schulman Photo

Whether Schulman was making light of the Rice scandal or not, many who know him well believed that it was not his place to speak out, as Schulman has his own ugly history of violence against women.

In 2006, Schulman was expelled from Sarah Lawrence College after an incident in which he punched a young woman in the face.

Schulman claims he acted in self-defense, but yesterday the woman involved granted an interview about the incident, and she's telling a very different story:

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On MTV's Catfish, Nev Schulman helps uncover the true identities of people who have lied about themselves online.

Now, it seems that with the sensitive, nice guy routine he hides behind on the show, Nev may have been catfishing his audience for years.

Nev Schulman Photo

Last night, Schulman tweeted the above image of himself along with a caption reading, "This elevator is abuse free," a reference to NFL player Ray Rice knocking out his fiancee in an elevator.

Some took the tweet as a joke, while others considered it to be Schulman sincerely reaching out to domestic violence victims.

Either way, most considered it to be in poor taste.

Here, Schulman was taking an important issue and using it as an excuse to post a vain selfie. It wasn't nearly as bad as DiGiorno interrupting the #WhyIStayed conversation for a pizza ad, but it still wasn't great.

Part of the problem was that it came from Schulman, who has his own history of violence against women:

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Oops! DiGiorno's bad!

In the wake of Ray Rice getting cut by the Baltimore Ravens after video surfaced of the NFL star knocking his wife out cold in an elevator, writer Beverly Gooden created the hashtag #WhyIStayed.

It was meant to invoke a discussion about the complexities of domestic violence, with women who have been abused using it to explain why they stuck with their man.

Rice's wife Janay Palmer married him a day after he was indicted for domestic violence, and came to his defense again this week after the attack video surfaced.

In any case, the hashtag was meant to inspire debate and conversation and it served its purpose... until DiGiorno jumped in with one of the more tone deaf Tweets you'll ever see:

DiGiorno Tweet

This was a tad different than the epically inappropriate US Airways Tweet from April - and also far worse.

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Comedy trailblazer Joan Rivers passed away earlier today following complications from a surgical procedure last week.

Joan made a career out of taking down the highest and mightiest of the celebrity world, but what she was also a beloved Hollywood personality for nearly six decades.

R.I.P. Joan Rivers (1933-2014)
R.I.P. Joan Rivers (1933-2014). She will never be forgotten.

While Rivers gained headlines in recent years for her feud with Kim Kardashian and her comments about stars like Rihanna and Selena Gomez, but reactions on social media today reflect the love and admiration that so many felt for the comedy icon:

Donald Trump: "Joan Rivers was an amazing woman and a great friend. Her energy and talent were boundless. She will be greatly missed."

Lisa Vanderpump: "So sad. Each time I met her I thought what a wonderful lady, gracious humble and funny. It's a huge loss."

Kathy Griffin: "A legend, a friend, an icon, and wildly funny. One of a kind."

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The fatal shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri on Saturday has led to major unrest in this small midwestern town.

Clashes between cops and civilians reached especially dangerous levels last night, as authorities reacted to the racially-charged tension by dropping tear gas on protestors.

The violence has grown so widespread and the topic at hand so controversial that many celebrities have responded to the situation in Ferguson with statements of anger and sympathy on Twitter.

"This is about racism. I hate to break it to you, my friend," John Legend wrote in response to a Twitter user, addressing the police and saying it "sows fear and heightens the tension when people see weapons of war pointed at them."

Here is a look at what other stars are saying about the unfortunate events:

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Hollywood lost Robin Williams on Monday and then Lauren Bacall on Tuesday, as the latter big screen legend passed away at the age of 89.

In response to the death of the former Oscar nominee and late Mrs. Humphrey Bogart, numerous celebrities went online and expressed their sympathy via Twitter.

Here's a look at what many had to say about Bacall...

Alyssa Milano: Rest with the angels, Lauren Bacall...

Eliza Dushku: Another legend. Goodnight, beauty.

Marlee Matlin: When I told my pal #LaurenBacall I had boyfriend troubles she said "Men, f**k 'em!" Give 'em hell in heaven Betty RIP.

Kris Jenner: "Imagination is the highest kite one can fly." Another legend lost today. Rest in Peace Lauren Bacall.

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