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New York Post Issues Our Favorite Correction Ever

On Tuesday we came across this little correction at The New York Post:

The Post incorrectly attributed a quote to Toni Braxton in an article published on March 25. Braxton did not say: “I have a big-ass house, three cars and I fly first class all around the world. Some say I have the perfect life.”

Ha! Did she say something that sounded like that? Actually, no, quite the reverse. We checked out the article in question, and it is about how poor Toni Braxton has turned to reality TV after two bankruptcies, hasn’t worked in two and a half years because of illness, is a divorced mother of two whose youngest son suffers from autism, and may have to pose for Playboy for the cash. Yep, totally the perfect life.
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