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:
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson wants to succeed Daniel Craig as the next James Bond, after he finished his run as the character in last month’s “No Time to Die.”
“I would like to follow in his footsteps and be the next Bond,” Johnson said in an interview, but he’s not talking about Craig.
His grandfather Peter Maivia played a villain opposite Sean Connery’s Bond in the 1967’s “You Only Live Twice.”
“I don’t want to be a villain,” Johnson asserted. “You gotta be Bond.”
WWE star Seth Rollins was attacked by a fan during Monday Night RAW after winning the Survivor Series 5-on-5 elimination tag team match at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
Rollins was walking out of the ring when he was tackled to the ground by a 24-year-old man, and the wrestling pro struggled to escape until security guards jumped in to free him.
Rollins quickly snapped back into character and taunted the man as five security guards strong-armed him out of the arena.
“WWE takes the safety of its performers very seriously. The individual who attacked Seth Rollins has been turned over to the NYPD and will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law,” WWE said in a statement.
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Conservative singer Kid Rock released a new song that rails against wokeness, and promoted the single on Instagram with an image of the Statue of Liberty wearing a mask.
In “Don’t Tell Me How to Live,” the rocker calls out the youth of the nation for being raised with participation trophies and attacks their “fake news and views.”
“Here’s a situation/ A nation of p***ies is our next generation/ And these minions and their agendas/ Every opinion has a millennial offended,” he raps.
In another stanza, Kid Rock says he’ll defend freedom of speech by his right to bear arms. “But this amendment one, it rings true/ And if it don’t descend b***h, then see number two.”
In the music video, he wears a shirt that proclaims “social media sucks,” and flies over Mount Rushmore into space.
An arbitrator ordered disgraced “House of Cards” star Kevin Spacey to pay MRC, the producer of the Netflix hit, nearly $31 million for the 62-year-old’s involvement in multiple sexual misconduct allegations against young men, which caused the series to axe his character.
Spacey lost his starring role for accusations that he groped a production assistant on the set, which caused MRC to kill off Spacey’s character, Frank Underwood, who was the lead of the show.
The actor claimed to be entitled to his salary under a “pay or play” contract, and contended that it was Netflix and MRC’s decision to boot him over the allegations, but the arbitrator decided he cost the series a substantial sum.
Not only was there a filming freeze during active production of the sixth season, the entire storyline had to be rewritten around his character’s demise, and shortened from 13 to 8 episodes to make the company’s delivery deadline to the streamer.
“The safety of our employees, sets and work environments is of paramount importance to MRC and why we set out to push for accountability,” MRC said in a statement.
“Tiger King” star Jeff Johnson committed suicide in September at the age of 58. The former reptile dealer, who appeared in the first season of the Netflix hit, shot himself in front of his wife after they had an argument.
Johnson’s wife immediately called first responders, who found that he still had a pulse when they arrived to provide assistance, but he was pronounced dead when they arrived at the hospital.
His death occurred days after fellow “Tiger King” performer Erik Cowie was found dead in a Brooklyn apartment as a result of excessive alcohol use.
Going To The Dogs
A German Shepard worth nearly half a billion dollars plans to sell his 51,000-square-foot Miami mansion for $31.75 million. The property was once owned by Madonna and boasts 9 bedrooms and eight and a half baths.
Gunther VI inherited the estate from great-grandfather Gunther III, who was left a multi-million dollar trust by German countess Karlotta Liebenstein when she died in 1992. The dog has a personal chef, travels by jet, and sleeps on a custom Italian bed. What a ruff life.