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Saturday, December 3, 2022

Cardi B was paid $1,000,000 to perform a 35 minute set at a private event for bankers

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Cardi B was paid $1,000,000 to perform a 35 minute set at a private event for bankers.

She wrote: "I got payed 1 million dollars to perform at this elite bankers event private event for 400 people and only for 35 minutes ……THINK ABOUT THAT WHEN YOU TYPE ABOUT THIS GRAMMY WINNER 🏆."

In another news, At the end of the initial allotted time, both Reagan and Kayla were tied. So they went to an overtime: a 15-second throw-off. But they were tied at the end of that, too! So ... another throw-off, right?

Not so! Since we can't have these students getting in the way of marching bands or warm-ups, the Powers That Be declared this contest over ... based on an unknown-until-now rule that the second tiebreaker was based on who scored more in the qualifying showdown held on Friday. Reagan was awarded the $100K prize as a result. This, naturally, went over about as well as a "Roll Tide" with the Georgia and LSU fans in attendance, and boos rained down from the stands.

As well they should! Come on, Dr Pepper! Sure, a little extra time would have Kirby Smart or Brian Kelly seething in the tunnel, but so what? Have a 10-second double overtime! Make 'em play quarters or have a dance-off or drink 23 Dr Peppers, anything but an "oh yeah, here's a secret rule that we didn't tell you" ending. Congratulations to Reagan, but #JusticeForKayla hit Twitter as soon as the results were announced.

Apparently Dr Pepper heard the outcries on social media as it was announced later in the broadcast of the game that both contestants will be awarded $100,000 in tuition money. Justice was swift this time.

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