Mia Khalifa Puts Chicago Cubs Player on Blast for Sliding Into Her DMs

Despite the fact that Mia Khalifa has previously publicly shamed NFLer Duke Williams and college quarterback-turned-Mr. Irrelevant Chad Kelly (twice) for sliding into her DMs, Chicago Cubs star catcher Willson Contreras still made an effort to contact the former adult film star through non-public Twitter messages. The results? Well, it ended up a lot like those examples we linked to in the first sentence:

Also, just like the past instances, people took umbrage with her posting the screenshot for all to see (though it's worth pointing out that even though her life choices don't really affect them, people are never really all that nice in her mentions):

As for Contreras, he's going the route that he was hacked even though a) what would a hacker have to gain by saying “Hey” in DMs? and b) how long did this hacker have Contreras's password? Oh, and c) that doesn't really make any fucking sense.

But according to a spokesperson for the agency that represents the World Series champ his “Twitter account was hacked.” That same spokesperson also added they're working to resolve the matter.

This is why nobody believes people whose accounts have actually been breached.

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Rihanna Shares First Look at Highly Anticipated Fenty Beauty Line

Rihanna unveiled one hell of a teaser for her new Fenty Beauty line Friday. The one-minute sneak peek gives fans a glimpse at some of the highly anticipated Fenty Beauty products in action with models Leomie Anderson, Slick Woods, Halima Aden, and Rihanna herself.

The full line will be available Sept. 8 at midnight via the Fenty Beauty website. For anyone looking to grab some Fenty Beauty at Sephora (U.S.) or Harvey Nichols (U.K.), consult with your local shop for specific launch information.

Select Fenty Beauty products, as noted by The Hollywood Reporter, were used during Rihanna's Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets press tour earlier this summer. In Fifth Element director Luc Besson's latest film, Rihanna played a shapeshifter named Bubble.

News Rihanna's beauty line first broke via Women's Wear Daily back in April 2016. At the time, the line was described as a “beauty rocket ship” that will appeal to a diverse global fanbase. Judging by early reactions to the latest glimpse at Fenty Beauty by Rihanna, that goal has been achieved:

While you wait for the Fenty Beauty drop, enter Rihanna's recently launched contest to win a trip to this year's Diamond Ball. Every dollar donated to the Clara Lionel Foundation earns you an entry to win two tickets and travel accommodations. More information can be found here.

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