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Disney has been losing customers over recent years. Their box office returns have been terrible—even with big-named movies. According to reports, they are losing money hand over fist. Even their beloved parks are turning people off.

Why? Because Disney’s top executives have come out in favor of the woke agenda. Disney’s leaders admitted to pushing LGBT content onto children.

The Florida theme park Disney World has removed Tinker Bell from its meet and greets. The character used to appear alongside Mickey Mouse and others, greeting families at locations at the park.

But according to reports, the innocent fairy has been brandished as “problematic” by the woke crones running the company. How can a small, sweet fairy be seen as remotely “problematic”?

In a bold move that has stirred the hip-hop community, Christian “King” Combs, son of music mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs, has released a scathing diss track targeting federal authorities, rap icon 50 Cent, and the bloggers criticizing his family. The track “Pick a Side” is a defiant response to the legal challenges and public scrutiny facing the Combs family.

Here are the key points from the recent developments:

King Combs’ Diss Track: The young rapper released “Pick a Side,” which addresses the controversies surrounding his father, Diddy.
 

Sean “Puffy” Combs, also known as P. Diddy, Diddy, and Brother Love, has an unparalleled influence on the music, fashion, and business industries. His journey from a young talent director to a global icon is a testament to his relentless drive and business acumen. However, his success has not been without its share of controversies and legal battles that have threatened to overshadow his accomplishments.

In the pantheon of music’s most polarizing acts, few can claim a legacy as tumultuous and triumphant as the Insane Clown Posse (ICP). Comprised of Joseph Bruce (Violent J) and Joseph Utsler (Shaggy 2 Dope), this Detroit-based duo has carved a niche so distinct that it transcends mere musical genre, creating a subculture that has defied the odds and the establishment.

...the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has launched a $500 million fundraising initiative in an effort to offset the Oscars dramatic drop in viewership - which went from nearly 44 million in 2014, to just 19.5 million in the latest ceremony, according to Statista.

Hillary Clinton’s feminist Broadway musical Suffs is struggling at the box office despite receiving a bounty of Tony Award nominations and an outpouring of adulatory coverage from the mainstream news media.

Suffs — a nearly three-hour musical about the rise of the suffragette movement, featuring a cast comprised entirely of women and gender “non-binary” performers — played to 81 percent capacity last week, while dipping to 78 percent capacity the week before, according to data from The Broadway League.

Disney stock dove more than nine percent Tuesday after the entertainment behemoth fell short on its profit outlook and Disney+ subscriber growth.

That's despite Disney+ becoming profitable for the first time since its launch in November 2019, a huge milestone since streaming platforms - except Netflix - have long been struggling to convert paying members into actual profit.