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People Are In A Blind Rage Over EA Bringing Back Microtransactions

EA unveiled its plans to revive the widely detested microtransactions in Star Wars Battlefront II. To say that people were not having it, would be a vast understatement. The rage is very real. 

People react with rage to the news that EA is bringing back microtransactions.
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Twitter Reacts To Boss Baby's Oscar Nomination

Let's just say that Twitter was equal parts, enraged, shocked, and massively pleased. Where do you fall in the sh*tstorm of hilarious reactions to the news, that yes, 2018 just threw Boss Baby an Oscar nomination. 

People react on Twitter to the news that Boss Baby got an Oscar nomination.
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Internet Reacts To The Return Of Logan Paul

Logan Paul is back after a few weeks of radio silence, and you better believe the fans and haters alike are ready to vocalize their feelings on his latest video. In case you missed it, this all follows his controversial video from the Japanese Suicide Forest, which featured a dead body. Still can't believe that happened. What do you think, does this video redeem the YouTube star, or is he terrible as ever?

People on Twitter react to the return of Logan Paul in his latest vlog video.
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Savage Email From Babe.Net Writer Of Aziz Ansari Exposé Goes Viral Instantly

Probably should've kept this one in the drafts folder. In case you missed it, Aziz Ansari's been getting some heat ever since a young lady released a scathing 'review' of her date gone wrong with him. Suffice to say, it's been met with equal parts backlash against and support for Ansari. Since then, she hit the internet with a particularly triggered response when asked if she'd go on HLN to talk about everything. 

Brutal email from Babe.net writer who penned exposé on Aziz Ansari goes viral instantly.
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YouTube Breaks Silence On Logan Paul Controversy In Open Letter To Twitter

This one's been a long time coming. Following a week of silence amidst the widespread hysteria encircling Logan Paul's decision to share a vlog which featured a dead body found within Japan's Suicide Forest, YouTube has finally issued a statement; one inevitably already met with a mixture of approval, outrage, and indifference. Here's the open letter: 

YouTube issues open letter to their community on Twitter following the Logan Paul vlog controversy.
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Internet Reacts To Logan Paul Stepping Away From YouTube

Logan Paul's having a hell of a year so far. In case you missed it, Paul posted a vlog showing himself and friends discovering a dead body in the Japanese Suicide Forest. The video was met with widespread shock and outrage, so he took it down, and issued an apology video. Since then, the internet's been stormed by a wealth of fiery reactions, and Paul finally emerged from his cave of contemplation last night to tweet out that he's taking a break from YouTube. This comes as big news to his fans, because the guy built his brand and reputation on vlogging everyday, no matter what. 

People react on Twitter to the news that Logan Paul will be stepping away from YouTube after Japanese Suicide Forest controversy.
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Logan Paul's having a horrendous start to 2018. People everywhere are in a frenzy over the vlog he posted (and since removed) the other day, which featured footage of himself and friends wandering Japan's "Suicide Forest", until they came across a dead body. Instead of alerting authorities immediately, turning off their cameras, and offering their respects, they proceeded to laugh/joke uncomfortably around the body, while FILMING IT. That wasn't enough though. 

Paul and his other vlogger friend had to get those vlogs up ASAP. The backlash that ensued, and that continues to grow around their decision, naturally inspired them to remove their videos. Here we have the "Cash Me Outside" girl sounding like a normal person for the first time in her life, as she offers her take on Paul's decision to upload/film the video.