q news: Why would a band 'steal' their own sex tape?

q news correspondent Mitch Pollock scans the latest arts and entertainment headlines to keep you in the know.
After publicly chastising non-existent sex tape thieves, YACHT has posted a YouTube clip called YACHT Sex Tape 2016. It doesn't go the way you think it will. (YACHT/YouTube)

q news correspondent Mitch Pollock scans the latest arts and entertainment headlines to keep you in the know. Today:

  • Controversial French comic Dieudonné says he was turned away at Canadian border. 

  • YACHT's 'stolen sex tape' scandal was orchestrated by the band themselves. Mitch offers an overview of the winding drama. 

    (P.S. The "leaked" tape is now up on YouTube and it's not what you'd expect. Watch at your own risk. Just know there are things you can't unsee.)

  • Justin Bieber says he's starting to feel like a zoo animal and is done taking pictures with fans. 


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