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"Alright, alright, alrighty then!"
If you dig a little into the archives of mainstream media websites and clips, you will notice a trend where the identity politics angle is almost exclusively supported by tweets and Facebook posts from unknown individuals instead of the direct questions or opinions from the journalist or reporter covering the story. Nowadays, journalists hide behind anonymous social media posts and pretend those opinions deserve spotlight coverage in hopes of unearthing a controversial sound bite or another clickable headline.
And just in time for the Oscars!
Sorry Drake, nobody is safe from the Internet.
Don't mess with Halle Berry.
This is what happens when celebs are replaced with "regular kids."