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Cardi B Accidentally Posts Her Private Pics And Fans Rush To Her Rescue With A Racy Hashtag

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Tuesday was a normal one for Cardi B…until the rapper accidentally shared a topless photo of herself to her Instagram story. While the image did not remain on her Instagram story for long, a few people were able to catch a glimpse of the post, resulting in the image being shared all around social media. That’s when her fans came to the rescue, expressing solidarity by launching a racy new hashtag, #BoobsOutForCardi,” in which they posted topless photos of their own.

Cardi expressed her frustration at the accidental post over Twitter, but decided to go about her day, and not let the mistake haunt her. After all, she pointed out, it’s not the first time this has happened to her. “I’m going to eat my breakfast, and then I’m going to go to a party because I’m not even going to think about it. I am not going to think about it, ok? Nope, no I’m not. I’m not,” she said in a voice message left over the social media site. “It is what it is. Sh*t happens. F*ck it, it’s not even the first time. I mean, I used to f*cking be a stripper so whatever. Ay, Dios mío.”

Cardi is the latest celebrity to mistakenly post a private picture of themselves. Last month, actor Chris Evans accidentally shared another body part online, to the amusement of many.

Cardi B is a Warner Music artist. Uproxx is an independent subsidiary of Warner Music Group.

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How ancient humans responded to climate change reveals a “hallmark” of our species

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In the East African Rift Valley, there is a sedimentary basin called .

For 700,000 years, the early humans living there used stone hand axes. These large, clunky, oval tools were the longest-used tools in human history. Today, with new iPhones launched annually, it can be difficult to imagine technology remaining so static, for so long.

But some 320,000 years ago, ancient humans broke the mold. Sophisticated, smaller tools and weapons entered into Ologresailie’s record, but the reason why seemed lost to the sands of time. Now scientists propose a new theory to explain the sudden innovation — one that underscores one of Home sapiens’ most admirable traits.

In a released Wednesday in Science Advances, scientists show how adaptability, as well as our long, ambivalent relationship with nature, may have led ancient humans to switch up their tools.

Paleoanthropologist is founder and director of the Human Origins Program at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History and the study’s lead author. In the summer months, he’s typically found at the Olorgesailie dig site. This year, coronavirus-related travel restrictions meant he took part in a virtual field season instead. The challenges of the present forced innovation on him and his team, Potts tells Inverse — and that fits neatly with the theme of their new study.

The paper offers an analysis of a 139-meter sedimentary drill core, representing 1 million years of environmental history. The drill site is situated some 15 miles from the dig site of Olorgesailie.

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Jessie J Says She’s “Single” After Split From Channing Tatum

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Jessie J and Channing Tatum’s relationship can best be described as complicated.

Over the years, the singer and actor have broken up and reconciled more times than one can count. And with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic posing a physical challenge, what with border closures and all, keeping tabs on their relationship status has been harder than usual.

But, according to Jessie’s latest Instagram post, she’s back on the market for the time being. The Brit posted a video of herself twerking to Instagram on Wednesday, Oct. 20, captioning the post, “Single life in a pandemic is [crystal ball emoji].”

A source also tells E! News that the couple called it quits “months ago.”

Jessie and Channing were last linked in April 2020, around the time of the Magic Mike star’s 40th birthday. Jessie wrote on Instagram at the time, “Happy 40th birthday to this special man right here. You are truly one of a kind. I am so grateful you were born, and even more grateful that we met.”

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WAFCA Awards: Spotlight Is Named Best Film of 2015

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The Washington, D.C. Area Film Critics Association announced this morning the honorees for 2015. Mad Max: Fury Road received the most awards, including Best Director  for George Miller, but it was Spotlight who took home the award for Best Film. Check out the full list of winners below.

Best Film: Spotlight (2015) 97%

Best Director: George Miller, Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) 97%

Best Actor: Leonardo DiCaprio, The Revenant (2015) 78%

Best Actress: Saoirse Ronan, Brooklyn (2015) 97%

Best Supporting Actor: Idris Elba, Beasts of No Nation (2015) 91%

Best Supporting Actress: Alicia Vikander, Ex Machina (2015) 92%

Best Acting Ensemble: Spotlight (2015) 97%

Best Youth Performance: Jacob Tremblay, Room (2015) 93%

Best Adapted Screenplay: Emma Donoghue, Room (2015) 93%

Best Original Screenplay: Pete Docter, Meg LeFauve and Josh Cooley (Original Story by Pete Docter and Ronnie Del Carmen), Inside Out (2015) 98%

Best Animated Feature: Inside Out (2015) 98%

Best Documentary: Amy (2015) 95%

Best Foreign Language Film: Son of Saul (2015) 96%

Best Production Design: Production Designer: Colin Gibson, Set Decorator: Lisa Thompson, Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) 97%

Best Cinematography: Emmanuel Lubezki, ASC, AMC, The Revenant (2015) 78%

Best Editing: Margaret Sixel, Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) 97%

Best Original Score: Jóhann Jóhannsson, Sicario (2015) 92%

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