During a recent speech, Masvidal said that playing "Despacito" wasn't enough for Biden to earn Latino voters' support.
While eight women have accused Joe Biden of inappropriate touching, 15 women have accused Trump of sexual misconduct since the 1970s.
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Vevo's YouTube account suffers an alleged breach.
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44.7 million people streamed "Despacito" and other songs in the past month. (Mostly "Despacito" though.)
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