Bella Poarch | Song Association
Bella Poarch | Song Association
No, you’re not listening to an episode of Friends, but that is what the song, “I’ll be there for you,” is all about, and why it debuts at the top of our list. The Rembrandts released the single as part of their studio album L.P. in 1995.
A perfect summer song is a special breed of music. Swedish House Mafia, the dance music titans who ruled the mid-2010s, are back with a thumping new anthem while John Mayer's return to form offered an instant pool party classic. Tyler, the Creator has found a new, unhurried groove while Olivia Rodrigo's Sour LP is the perfect mining grounds for edgy, campfire singalongs.
Okay, I'm adding these to my playlist ASAP.
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UK TikTok star Nosebleedfitz has lost nearly 100,000 followers on the platform since her conflict with fellow creator Max Baledge.
Two TikTokers are feuding over a catchphrase and merchandise branding. Now their friendship is over. Influencers Bella "Nosebleed" Fitz and Max Balegde were good friends. but when Fitz got word of Balegde's merchandise line, everything seemed to fall apart. On June 18, Balegde launched a line of products called "Big Fat Merch". Fitz subsequently unfollowed Balegde on all of her social media accounts. When Balegde confronted her about why she unfollowed him, Fitz revealed that she was upset over the name of his merchandise line. She claimed that "big fat" is her catchphrase because she had a viral video where she said "big fat liar". She told Balegde that she wanted to call her merch Big Fat Fitz but now she couldn't because he had beaten her to the punch. She accused Balegde of using "other smaller creators' ideas for his own use without credit" . She also accused Balegde of gossiping about her and she threatened to "come to your house and I will beat the dogs*** out of you and your boyfriend. "Silly fallouts are one thing but It’s never okay to threaten somebody's safety. I just had to stand up for myself instead of being silent like she asked me to," Balegde tweeted
"Permission to Dance" by BTS is the most recent song to achieve the rare feat, giving the K-pop stars their fourth No. 1 debut since September.
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