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Are more damaging Donald Trump tapes going to surface?

Today in q news: Republicans fear more damaging Donald Trump leaks and Drake postpones rest of 2016 tour
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump holds a campaign rally on October 10, 2016 in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. (Getty Images)

What are culture vultures discussing 'round the water cooler today? q producer Aparita Bhandari scans the latest arts and entertainment headlines to keep us in the know.

At issue today:

  • More damage to Donald Trump's campaign. On Friday, tape of presidential candidate Donald Trump bragging about sexual assault was released to the public. Now, some are speculating that there may be more where that came from. Mark Burnett, producer of Trump's reality TV show The Apprentice, has debunked rumours about footage from the show leaking but Republicans are reportedly concerned that more detrimental material will surface leading up to election day. 
  • Drake cancels remaining 2016 tour dates. Last week, Drake was forced to postpone a number of his Summer Sixteen tour dates but now it appears that the Toronto rapper is delaying all of his remaining shows. A statement release reads, "Drake suffered a severe ankle injury during the tour which he did his best to power through [...] Under doctors orders and to ensure Drake only ever gives fans the performances they deserve, he will be postponing the remaining three dates of his Summer Sixteen tour to allow him time to recuperate." 

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