Someone remixed "Look What You Made Me Do" with our current President singing instead of Taylor Swift, and Angelina Jolie needs some time off from work. These are today's Pop Bits.

Maestro Ziikos, a YouTube remixer, turned his attention to the latest Taylor Swift single this past weekend, and put a rather demented take on the venomous track. Taking clips of the current President and auto-tuning them to fit along with the lead track from Reputation, Ziikos turned an already bitter set of verses into something even darker and more threatening. Listen at the risk of your own sanity.

It's been a heck of a year for Angelina Jolie and her family, and as soon as the promotion for her directorial effort First They Killed My Father ends, she's going to enjoy a little hiatus. Jolie has been taking advantage of some downtime since finishing the film, which arrives on Netflix September 15, but won't be rushing back to work anytime soon.

It's not easy watching the leader of your country make plans to ruin the lives of hundreds of thousands — thankfully, Fifth Harmony's Lauren Jauregui used her pop star status to speak out about Trump's plan to end DACA over Labor Day. In a brief but scathing tweet, she noted: “You disgust me. You and your squad of Republican elite/cowards are truly sick humans. Pardoning criminals and criminalizing the vulnerable.”

We don't know what kind of package FedEx is holding for Madonna, but the fact that they won't release it to her despite her claims that she is indeed the Material Girl has got to be frustrating. Just being a normal person trying to get a missed package collected is hard enough, but when one of the biggest, most recognizable celebrities of our time can't get it done, you know there's something wrong. Stars, they're just like us.

The official Nintendo website in Japan published a profile of the iconic game character that declares Mario is not working as a plumber anymore. At one time, the Italian mustached hero was well known as a plumber, exclusively, but has since expanded his career to include golfing, baseball, being a doctor, and a whole lot more. With all those extracurricular activities, it's no wonder he doesn't have time to fix sinks.

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