We’re tracking the conservative culture clash with woke Hollywood hypocrites to keep you up to date on who’s winning and who we hate.
Here’s what happened today:
Country star Chris Daughtry is “absolutely devastated and heartbroken” over the death of his 25-year-old step-daughter, Hannah Price, whose death was reportedly a homicide.
Price was discovered dead in her Tennessee home on Friday and police arrested her boyfriend Bobby Jolly, but would not disclose if it was related to her death.
“I am still processing the last 24 hours. I am absolutely devastated and heartbroken,” Daughtry posted on Facebook Saturday.
“I just recently in the last week lost my mother to cancer but I was blessed with the chance to say goodbye and I was processing it privately,” he continued. “We never got to say goodbye to our precious Hannah and it’s another huge hit to our family.”
His band, Daughtry, announced that upcoming performances of their “Dearly Beloved” tour would be postponed.
Britney Spears was freed from the conservatorship that has ruled her life for the last 13 years on Friday, when a judge granted the singer’s petition to terminate the arrangement.
Spears’ father Jamie has maintained control over her personal life and $60 million estate since 2008, reportedly preventing the “Toxic” singer from marrying her now fiance Sam Ashgari, forcing her to be implanted with birth control to keep her from having more children, and illegally surveilling her home without consent.
Despite the end of the conservatorship, her attorney Matthew Rosengart vowed to go after the elder Spears for abuses related to the court ordered arrangement. Hollywood voiced their support after the judge’s decision.
“Freedom is a human right. My heart is smiling for you, Britney. Congratulations on your regained and deserved emancipation. I love you, your fierce fans love you and the world NEEDS your brilliance. Happy Britneypendence day,” designer Donatella Versace posted on Instagram.
Ex-Las Vegas Raiders’ coach Jon Gruden is suing the NFL and commissioner Roger Goodell for leaking disparaging emails he wrote with the intention of forcing him out of his position.
Gruden was the only casualty of the league’s investigation into the Washington Football Team for workplace misconduct, when insensitive emails he sent dating as far back as 2011, while working as a “Monday Night Football” analyst, were made public.
“The complaint alleges that the defendants selectively leaked Gruden’s private correspondence to the Wall Street Journal and New York Times in order to harm Gruden’s reputation and force him out of his job,” Gruden’s attorney said.
“There is no explanation or justification for why Gruden’s emails were the only ones made public out of the 650,000 emails collected in the NFL’s investigation of the Washington Football Team or for why the emails were held for months before being released in the middle of the Raiders’ season.”
An NFL spokesperson denied the allegations, calling them “entirely meritless.”
US Olympian Suni Lee claims she has been the victim of a racist attack when she was pepper sprayed in Los Angeles.
The 18-year-old gymnast said she was waiting for an Uber with friends that were all of Asian descent, when a group of passengers in another car screamed at them to “go back to the country where they came from.” One rider called Lee a “ching chong” and sprayed her in the arm with pepper spray.
“I was so mad, but there was nothing I could do or control because they skirted off,” Lee said. “I didn’t do anything to them, and having the reputation, it’s so hard because I didn’t want to do anything that could get me into trouble. I just let it happen.”
An Austrian brothel is offering men and boys as young as 14 the opportunity to get a free 30-minute session with the “lady of their choice,” if they get vaccinated for COVID at an on-site clinic.
Funpalast brothel in Vienna has reportedly taken a hit in revenue due to low vaccination rates and a country-wide implementation of strict social distancing requirements that bar the unvaccinated from public spaces including cafes, restaurants, and apparently brothels.
“Due to the pandemic, we have registered a 50 percent decrease [in clients], with this initiative we hope that the number of customers will rise again,” Funpalast announced.
As cases of the virus are on the rise in Austria, their chancellor has claimed lockdown measures for the unvaccinated were “probably unavoidable.”
“I don’t see why two-thirds should lose their freedom because one-third is dithering,” he said on Thursday. “For me, it is clear that there should be no lockdown for the vaccinated out of solidarity for the unvaccinated.”