The Life List: Cancelled celebs and where they are now

The Sunday Times checks in on the rehabilitation - or otherwise - of some cancelled celebrities. PHOTOS: AFP, REUTERS, JK ROWLING/TWITTER, YOUKU/YOUTUBE, SYLSYLNOC/INSTAGRAM
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SINGAPORE - Social media has unleashed many ills on mankind - bots peddling fake news and doomscrolling, just to name a few.

Some might also include cancel culture - where notable figures are ostracised for committing a sin of some form. Others will counter that virtual town squares like Twitter have empowered the marginalised to speak out against the rich and powerful.

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