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LEWIS FERGUSON has insisted there is no bad blood with Allan McGregor and he won't be going into their Scottish Cup quarter-final clash gunning for the keeper.
Yet as Wall Street Journal reporter John Carreyrou chronicles in his best-selling book Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup, Holmes's claims were complete fabrications.
The news comes after bad blood boiled between franchise stars Vin Diesel and Johnson, who slammed his male costars on social media in 2016 then later diffused some of the tension in another post.
"Me and Sofia are cool," the 28-year-old said before noting that she and her close friend "have no bad blood at all." Bartoli also explained why Richie now works more often with her sister, Marie-Lou Bartoli, instead of her.
But overall I think there will be bad blood and feelings and it will impact future cricket relations between the two,' he said.
It looks like this bad blood led to Alan Higgs selling their half of the ground to Wasps.
The star has nothing but love for his fellow judges, Rita Ora, Cheryl, and Simon Cowell, and added: "I genuinely loved it, there's no bad blood.
The idea of bad blood was everywhere, and rather than focusing on what people living with HIV needed to be healthy and manage their virus, resources were spent on containing people living with HIV.
In a subsequent BBC interview, Stokes said: "I hope it doesn't get turned into bad blood just out of that one little situation.
The very slim Swift, who received the most nominations for the August 30 awards, responded to Minaj that "I've done nothing but love and support you" and invited her to share the stage if she wins for her video "Bad Blood."
NEW YORK -- Taylor Swift's star-studded "Bad Blood" music video is paying off: She's the top nominee at next month's MTV Video Music Awards.