The Feed | April 29, 2020

 

Legendary Bollywood and Hollywood actor Irrfan Khan has passed away.  He was admitted to the hospital only Tuesday with a colon infection.  Irfan Khan was only 53 years old.  Besides his legendary status in Bollywood, he crossed over into Hollywood, with big rolls in films like "The Life of Pi," "Slumdog Millionaire," and "Jurassic World."

 

 

 

Big if true!  Sources say that Zayn Malik and Gigi Hadid are expecting a baby.  TMZ is citing a “family source” that claims that Gigi is 20 weeks along, meaning this isn’t even a quarantine baby.   Zayn has been staying with Gigi at her family’s farm estate in Pennsylvania during the lockdown.  Fans are speculating that there was a secret gender reveal party.  Gigi just celebrated her 25th birthday, and on the balloons there was pink and blue ribbon...
 
 
Tupac is alive, and he’s unemployed in Kentucky.  A man who legally changed his name to Tupac Shakur in the late 1990’s got a shoutout on live television from the governor of the state, who accused someone of trying to scam the system by applying for unemployment benefits using the famous rapper’s name.  But it turns out that the guy is real, and really unemployed.  So now all eyez are on the governor for trying to shame a guy who just needs help.  
 

 

 
Later the Governor did the right thing and apologized:
 

 

 
 
You always hear people joking that news reporters really don’t have to wear pants to do their job, and one guy just proved it.  An ABC reporter named Will Reeve was doing his thing live on air from home, as a lot of reporters are having to do right now, when some eagle-eyed tv viewers noticed he wasn’t wearing pants down below.  Fortunately for everyone involved he WAS wearing shorts.  Reeve calls the moment hilarious and mortifying. 
 

 

 
 
 
 
And as if we don’t have enough to worry about, there’s a huge asteroid coming for us today.  The rock, which is nearly 2 kilometers wide, is not expected to collide with our planet according to scientists, which I guess is good news.  Asteroid 52768 will come close enough to observe with a telescope, though, and if it’s not going to respect social distancing, at least I hope it’s wearing a mask. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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