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Urgent dua request.

AssalamuAlaikum wr wb

Its been a very stressful day for me and my family. After loosing my dad to haemorrhage now my mother has been diagnosed with Endometrioid cancer. She has been advised hysterectomy and follow up radiation therapies. We are going for a second opinion in sha Allah. Please please please can i request you’ll to remember her in your adiyah. I will be so very grateful to you’ll for any big n small prayers that you send her way. JazakAllahu khayran brothers and sisters.

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"Both companies + their employees talk shit/joke but both can be mature as well. At the end of the day it's all for the haters/stans & not important tbh" - I'm sorry, but I have to respond to this. Sure, some DC cast members have trash talked about MCU, but it's MCU cast members who do it the most. Every time DC actors are asked something about MCU, they are civil and diplomatic. Everytime. It's MCU actors who continiously keeps on trashing DC and looking like petulant children at the same time.

I really don’t want to get into this too much. I like Chadwick. Sure, what he said was kind of annoying, but it’s not like he meant any harm. Sebastian Stan and RDJ have annoyed me way more with their comments.

There is an obvious difference here in terms of professionalism. I’m pretty certain either WB or the heads of the DCEU have told their actors or directors to cut out saying shit about Marvel. I mean, ever since Jason Momoa wrote “fuck Marvel” on an autograph (which, again, a fan asked him to do) he has not made a peep about Marvel since then. That is very noticeable. I feel like they told him not to. Then when David Ayer said what he said at the Squad premiere, he immediately apologized on twitter.

Yet I never saw Sebastian Stan apologize for straight up insulting Zack Snyder in an interview. Seems that no one in the Marvel camp is pulling the reigns on these actors who like to talk shit.

People are going to say what they’re going to say, but I am a little tired of hearing Marvel actors constantly have too many opinions about the DCEU. It makes them look bad, and they’re just generating headlines and hate.

I made this years ago and taped it above my drawing table to remind me that not every drawing I make is going to be good and that’s ok. Remember that for every good drawing you see, especially on social media, there are thousands of bad ones that led up to it. The crazy thing is that even as you get better there’ll always be something that frustrates you and the only way to get through it is to draw draw draw!