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Things We Saw Today: Amber Ruffin Sings “White Women Watching Me” on Late Night with Seth Meyers

Plus Mark Hamill, Bao, trans reporting and more!

 

Amber Ruffin has long been the best part of Late Night with Seth Meyers. Between “Amber Says What” and “Jokes Seth Can’t Tell”, the scene-stealing comic is a force to be reckoned with. This week, in light of the epidemic of white ladies calling the cops on black people just for existing, Amber dresses up as 80’s pop star Rockwell and sings “White Women Watching Me”, a brilliant take on “Somebody’s Watching Me.” Give this woman her own damn show already!

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  • Mark Hamill relates to Luke Skywalker’s arc in a profoundly depressing yet accurate way. So do we all, sir. (via io9)
  • Atlanta‘s Lakieth Stanfield apologizes after videos of him freestyling some homophobic lyrics were released. (via Pitchfork)
  • Surprise! Cis journalists are NOT GREAT at reporting trans narratives. Maybe the solution is to hire some trans journalists, yeah? (via Jezebel)
  • Every culture has a dumpling, get over it white people. (via Buzzfeed)

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