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Saturday's celebrity boxing match between rapper Blueface and former NBA star Nick "Swaggy P" Young has been called off.
The fight was canceled amid reports of violent domestic altercations between the rapper and his girlfriend.
The California State Athletic Commission sent a letter to Blueface on Tuesday, informing him that his application for a pro boxing license would not be granted until he appears before the organization in October to explain his domestic situation.
TMZ reports that the promoter is scrambling to find an opponent for Swaggy P, 37.
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Swaggy P (pictured) couldn't resist taking a jab at Blueface after hearing the news.
"He too busy getting his ass whoop [sic] outside the ring so who wanna take his place?" he wrote on Instagram.
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Blueface, who is best known for his hit song "Thotiana", has made headlines for several violent altercations involving his girlfriend Chrisean Rock.
According to TMZ, Blueface, 25, was also removed from the recent KSI boxing event at the O2 Arena in London, where he was supposed to fight FaZe Temperrr.
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Chrisean, 22, was recently arrested and charged with simple assault for punching Blueface at a gig in Phoenix, Arizona.
They are known for their wild fights that are often caught on camera.
After bonding out of jail, Chrisean took to social media and vowed she would never hit the rapper again — at least not in public.
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Warner Bros. studio is holding "funeral screenings" of the canceled film Batgirl before destroying the film footage so the movie can never be seen publicly.
Batgirl was already completed — with a $90 million budget — when Warner Bros. cancelled the movie's launch due to negative reviews in test screenings.
According to Yahoo! News, Warner Bros. execs have been holding secret "funeral screenings" of Batgirl on its studio lot in Burbank, California.
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Warner Bros., which was acquired by Discovery, canceled Batgirl after numerous test audiences trashed the film with Latina actress Leslie Grace Martínez in the lead.
The Bronx-born Dominican actress was ecstatic when she landed the biggest role of her career.
She is reportedly "devastated" that Warner Bros. will destroy the film rather than allow it to be seen.
Batgirl was set to feature Ivory Aquino as the first ever major transgender character in a live-action film.
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Aquino, 43, penned an emotional open letter to Warner executives asking them to reconsider destroying the movie after the secret funeral screenings end.
Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav defended destroying the movie footage when the secret funeral screenings end.
He said the studio would rather lose $90 million than to release a film that the studio has no confidence in.
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Angela Yee announced the apparent cancellation of The Breakfast Club, Power 105.1's popular morning radio show in New York City.
Yee, 46, tweeted on Tuesday, "The breakfast club as you know it is officially over," about 15 minutes after her cryptic tweet: "GOD is good!"
Yee didn't give any explanation for her tweets, which prompted her followers to speculate that the show's aging hosts are being replaced with younger, fresher faces.
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Yee co-hosted the long-running morning show with DJ Envy (left) and Charlamagne (right), both 44.
According to Neilsen data, The Breakfast Club pulls in 8 million listeners each month, but the radio station's audience demographic skews much younger than the co-hosts.
There has been talk for years that The Breakfast Club's co-hosts were out of touch with their audience.
Then came damaging rape rumors involving Charlamagne and a teenage girl from his past. His problematic views on Black women caused many listeners to tune out.
Charlamagne rode out the controversies and was rewarded with his own late night talk show on Comedy Central that still hasn't found an audience.
His "Charlamagne & Friends" talk show was canceled after one season.