Beyoncé Pays Tribute To Slain Dancer + More News

Beyoncé Pays Tribute To Slain Dancer + More News
Beyoncé (image via official Facebook)

Some news items you might have missed:

The Advocate: Beyoncé paid tribute to professional dancer O’Shea Sibley on Tuesday on her website. Sibley was stabbed to death at a gas station Saturday night while voguing to her music.

Queerty: Chilean gymnast Tomás González, who’s competed in the last three Summer Olympic Games, publicly came out as gay in his newly-released autobiography.

AP News: Gas prices have risen in the past week in part because refineries, which turn crude oil into products like gasoline, don’t function as efficiently in 100°-plus weather. Plus, Saudi Arabia reduced how much oil it sends to the global economy by 1 million barrels each day in July.

Facebook: A highly-specialized New Orleans doctor who has dedicated himself to saving children’s lives says the Louisiana legislature’s anti-LGBTQ+ bills are pushing him and his family away from the state.

The Verge: Twitter Blue now offers the option to hide the once coveted “blue checkmark” on the web and in mobile apps. Thus, cloaking the fact that folks are paying for Twitter and avoid memes about how “this mf paid for twitter.”

LGBTQ Nation: Gabby Windey, who co-starred in season 19 of the heterosexual romantic reality series The Bachelorette, came out during an appearance on the daytime talk show The View on Wednesday.