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Tituss Burgess: Metro Weekly, May 28, 2020

Tituss Burgess on his rash of new projects, his faith, his politics, and how he's being impacted by the pandemic.

Tituss Rising: In a candid conversation, Tituss Burgess talks about his new projects, his faith, his role in the upcoming Aretha Franklin movie, and how he’s being impacted by the pandemic.

Also: Arts and entertainment, news, reviews, culture, selfie scene, Last Word.

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