5. Jamie Lynn Spears, because her sister Britney is calling her out for supporting her abuse. Deflection 101. ShutterstockBritney Spears, who appears to have regained control of her Instagram account, posted harsh criticism of the people closest to her. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Britney Spears (@britneyspears)"There’s nothing worse than when the people closest to you who never showed up for you post things in regard to your situation whatever it may be and speak righteously for support … there’s nothing worse than that," she wrote."How dare you make it public that NOW you CARE … did you put your hand out when I was drowning ????"Fans suspect that this post addresses her younger sister Jamie Lynn Spears, who spoke publicly about Britney's conservatorship for the first time last month. Jamie Lynn insisted on her Instagram that she "loves and supports" her sister while reportedly profits off of the conservatorship by being named a trustee of the estate. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Britney Spears (@britneyspears)In a second post, Britney mentions her sister directly, explaining that she was insulted when Jamie Lynn appeared at an award show and performed remixes of her songs. "My so-called support system hurt me deeply," she explains. You can see how uncomfortable and upset Britney was watching Jamie Lynn's performance from the audience.Omg i never noticed how annoyed and embarrassed Britney looks while Jamie Lynn sings HER song 😭 pic.twitter.com/olQjrZFvZW— freebritney ★ (@britneyvibess) July 17, 2021 In a third post, Britney wore red and clapped back at Jamie Lynn's Instagram caption, "May the peace of the Lord be with you, and your spirit."InstagramInstagramJamie Lynn then went back and changed the caption to her post, removing the prayer but keeping the emojis.Britney fans are prepared to pounce on Jamie Lynn if given the chance.Jamie Lynn’s instant reaction wasn’t to support her sister, but to turn off all her comments because she KNEW she was about to be dragged for her role in all of this. #FreeBritney pic.twitter.com/jL9lEQ4nu4— Britney Stan (@BritneyTheStan) July 18, 2021 "It's on site."4. Lil Nas X, because he's in court today over his "Satan shoes." He's gonna ride until he can't no more. ShutterstockRapper and cowboy Lil Nas X is being sued by Nike for releasing unauthorized custom Nike Air Max 97s that reportedly contained human blood. Nike successfully launched a trademark infringement lawsuit and all of the so-called "Satan shoes" were recalled.#FreeLilNasX https://t.co/Mu9s5KdYEd https://t.co/wmf9wBzgwI— SAINT (@saint) July 19, 2021 The Satanic sneakers were to promote Lil Nas X's now number one single, "Montero (Call Me By Your Name)." While they did succeed in popularizing the song, they also just might have the unfortunate consequence of sending Lil Nas X to jail over trademark infringement.Lil Nas X is clearly anxious about the case, and is discussing it with his iconic humor. He posted a video of himself trying to dance while crying, with the caption, "When you have court on Monday over satan shoes and might go to jail, but your label keeps telling you to make TikTok videos." @lilnasx ♬ industry baby by lil nas x - lil nas x He posted a sketch of how he imagines the case will go, in which he plays every character, Eddie Murphy's The Nutty Professor style.pic.twitter.com/fR4rDPd35f— nope 🏹 (@LilNasX) July 19, 2021 The sketch also announces that he'll drop his latest single on July 23rd. He launched FreeLilNasX.com and the hashtag is trending on Twitter.His promotional powers are undefeated...outside of court.3. Everybody in Tokyo, because there is already a COVID outbreak at the Olympic Village. ShutterstockThe 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo are a year late—and according to 80% of the Japanese public, they are still too soon, or should be postponed altogether. According to PBS News Hour, only 15% of the country's population is fully vaccinated, and cases are rising in the country as the world's athletes and press fly in.With four days to go until the opening ceremony, The New York Times reports that more than two dozen athletes have been diagnosed with the virus, at least three of whom were in the Olympic Village. One of the athletes who tested positive is Kara Eaker, an alternate for the US women's gymnastics team. The whole team has reportedly been placed in isolation.Arrived in Tokyo just in time to report that Kara Eaker, a replacement athlete for the U.S. women's gymnastics team, tested positive for Covid this morning and is quarantining. Her unvaccinated teammate/roommate is now quarantining because of close contact.https://t.co/laEV03lhkU— Juliet Macur (@JulietMacur) July 19, 2021 Tennis star Coco Gauff also announced that she tested positive, and will not be participating in the games.Athletes aren't the only people affected. Tokyo 2020 announced that there have been 58 people linked to the Games have been diagnosed so far.The Olympics are beginning to sound like the biggest superspeader event since the insurrection.2. The dog groomer who struggled with autocorrect.TwitterTwitterDead, set, go!1. This guy whose fall got over 8 million views. @rabiar95 When that slip and fall money comes through ##fyp ##hesokay ♬ Bezos I - Bo Burnham The coffee was worth saving. He has the right priorities.