It was not a good weekend for Usher or Google, but David Hasselhoff and former Bachelor in Paradise alums made the most of it. These are this morning's Pop Bits.

Two women and one man have retained lawyer Lisa Bloom to sue Usher under the claims that he gave all three herpes after failing to tell them he had the sexually transmitted disease. Previously, Usher settled a similar case with another woman for $1.1 million.

It's not always cringeworthy or disturbing news coming from the Bachelor in Paradise cast. This weekend, season three stars Carly Waddell and Evan Bass announced they were expecting a child. The sex wasn't disclosed, but the pair's first child (together) is due in February.

In a bizarre weekend for Google, one employee's 10-page statement on how the tech company should forego its diversity policies in favor of those that would be considered much more discriminatory was released outside the company. It's certainly something.

There are probably words you can use to describe this music video, but I sure can't find them. Just watch, enjoy, and have a little bit of fun this Monday morning. You're going to need it.

An ad purporting Starbucks would offer 40% off purchases from undocumented immigrants on August 11 is false according to the Seattle coffee company. The bogus discount was making the rounds this weekend, leaving Starbucks no option but to release a statement indicating the "Dreamer Day" deal was not actually happening.

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