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WE CAN SURVIVE: NO QUID PRO QUO

Epic's Rick Sackheim would like to underscore that there was no quid pro quo involved in the running of this photograph from Entercom's star-studded We Can Survive benefit at the Hollywood Bowl. Superstar Camila Cabello had no comment. Later, Rudy Giuliani accidentally confessed to shipping $85m in Billboard merch to the President of Ukraine. Seen wishing our offices weren't so close by are (l-r) Epic's Nicole Ferretti, Sackheim, Entercom's Erik Bradley, Cabello, and Entercom's Michael Martin.

Martin assured Republic megastar Taylor Swift that he has had no contact whatsoever with Russian oligarchs for at least several weeks.

Darkroom/Interscope breakout Billie Eilish tells Martin she disputes William Barr's four-page summary of the concert.

Martin and Bradley pressed Republic's Jonas Brothers for the secret to "Happiness," but the siblings invoked executive privilege. 

 

 

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