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Kyle Marisa Roth, 36, a famous TikTok personality famed for her explosive celebrity gossip and Hollywood exposés, has been confirmed dead by her family.

Roth, who carved a niche for herself by sharing insider information, blind items, and uncovering scandals within the entertainment industry, was known for her fearless approach and had amassed a considerable following.

Her family announced her untimely demise on Monday with heartrending posts across various social media platforms.

Among the many streaming services available today, none is more controversial than Netflix. The giant in online entertainment has been run by the likes of Barack and Michelle Obama. Few would argue that much of its content leans to the left.

In some cases, Netflix shows outright promote progressive ideologies like transgenderism and Marxism.

But the online platform might not have expected this three-part series to take off like it did. It became the number one show in March and has become one of Netflix’s 10 most popular series. And it is decidedly “non-woke” of them all.

Billionaire Zionist Lucian Grainge is the Chairman and CEO of Universal Music Group, the largest music company in the world. But since February, he and his company have also been named ” defendants” in a lawsuit against hip-hop impresario P Diddy, whose legal name is Sean Combs.

As one of the most influential figures in one of the most popular musical genres of this century, Combs has many friends. Yet, among his closest are an outsized number of influential Zionists.

American First Legal (AFL) has taken a decisive step by issuing a demand letter to Disney's CEO, Bob Iger, as well as the Board of Directors and management team.

The missive accuses the company of breaching fiduciary duties and violating federal civil rights laws, specifically in relation to its diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives. AFL, a legal advocacy group led by former Trump advisor Stephen Miller, contends that Disney's DEI programs have adversely impacted the company's value.