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Here’s something to look forward to: Donald Glover is hitting the road next fall for a series of arena shows as his hip-hop alter ago Childish Gambino, and the tour includes a stop at TD Garden Sept. 12.
Glover, who’s been busy working on the live-action remake of “The Lion King” and his hit TV show “Atlanta,” had said he was finished performing as Childish Gambino, but something obviously changed because he’s coming back.
Meanwhile, something we’re not looking forward to — Danielle Bregoli has a gig scheduled at the Middle East in Cambridge. Not familiar with her? Consider yourself lucky. Bregoli became a social media personality after an appearance on “Dr. Phil” during which she said “cash me outside, how ’bout dat?” The bizarre utterance went viral and now Bregoli — she goes by Bhad Bhabie — is a rapper.
If you’re so inclined, she “performs” at the Middle East May 11.
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