Brooklyn Decker Had a Helluva Time Pumping Breast Milk at the Airport

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New mother Brooklyn Decker was traveling Wednesday, when she got shut out of her flight after taking the time to pump her breast milk. It was her first time away from her baby.

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Normally, celebrities complaining about mistreatment on airplanes is a fount of amusement and study in privilege, but this sounds like a genuine bummer. After technical difficulties, passengers were asked to de-plane. Brooklyn Decker took the opportunity to go pump her breast milk, but when she got back to take her seat, the gate was closed:

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Afrika Bambaataa, founder of Zulu Nation, is facing multiple allegations of molestation. Grappling with the crimes of our heroes is difficult, but rapper KRS-One has his own coping mechanism—he doesn’t give a shit. In an interview with N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN on their Drink Champs podcast, he said:

“First of all, controversy is not truth,” KRS-One said. “What you want is truth right now. But truth is also not information. It’s not gossip. It’s not even conversation.”

“For me if you keep it hip-hop, nothing can be taken away from Afrika Bambaataa,” KRS-One said. “Nothing. Just keep hip-hop. But if you want to dig into dude’s personal life and accusations that’s being made and so on… Personally — me personally – I don’t give a f**k. Personally. Look, if somebody was harmed or whatever, y’all gotta deal with that s**t. Deal with it. That don’t stop hip-hop. That don’t stop what you did for hip-hop. It don’t take away none of it. History is history. But deal with that. That’s personal.”

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Okay. [BET]


Amanda Peet getting very real:

“Recently, I was told I was ineligible for a movie because I wasn’t ‘current enough. I’m constantly pushed out by younger talent, like Alicia Vikander. You think, Wait, she’s 27 and a gorgeous movie star, and you’re 44 and a low-tier, TV-mom-type; you’re not in the same ballpark. But she is squeezing me out. She’s in the hot center and I’m on the remote perimeter. The train has left the station and I’m one of those moronic stragglers running alongside with her purse caught in the door. Everyone’s looking at me, like, Let go, you bullheaded old hag! There’s no room for you.”

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Honestly, I feel the same way when I do anything. Everyone’s looking. [Pajiba]


  • Bradley Cooper gave Lady Gaga a ride. [TMZ]
  • Tobey Maguire’s wife wants him to get a damn job. [Celebitchy]
  • Emma Stone looks buff as hell as Billie Jean King. [LaineyGossip]
  • Khia is mad at Beyoncé and Serena Williams, they probably don’t care, though. [Hiphopdx]
  • Allison Janney reprised her past roles at the White House. [LaineyGossip]

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I really love Amanda Peet (Jack & Jill anyone?), and it sucks that she’s not working, but what she said is a pretty shitty thing to dismissively single someone out for. Vikander isn’t just a pretty, young flavor of the month movie star — she’s an objectively talented actress who seems to have a thriving and respected career ahead of her.

There are plenty of people inexplicably working as actresses because they happen to be young and hot (Brooklyn Decker is, in fact, one of them) but Vikander is great and, as far as I can tell, not playing roles outside her age range ala Jennifer Lawrence.