Karma came quick…
Karma came quick…
Black white girl Woah Vicky (real name Victoria Waldrip) was arrested at Greensboro, North Carolina’s Four Seasons Town Centre Mall and charged with ‘trespassing, assault on a law enforcement officer and resisting, delaying or obstructing an officer’ according to Blast.
In an explosive video recorded by mall goers,
Black white girl Vicky is seen being wrestled to the ground by the police. Eventually the cops handcuff Waldrip’s hands behind her back, get her to her feet and lead her away.
The blonde teen courted controversy in July last year for claiming she is actually black.
Victoria claims that a DNA test proved what she says she has always believed: That even though she has dirty blonde her and pale skin, she is actually black, not white.
Since then, the Atlanta, Georgia native has taken to regularly posting pictures and videos online, speaking in an ‘urban accent’, repeatedly saying the N-word, and embracing what she sees as black culture – wearing grills, do-rags and shower caps over her very straight hair, twerking, and fighting.
‘My whole entire life my mom kept telling me “you’re white” and I never believed her because I knew I was black,’ she said, adding that she will celebrate the day she ‘found out she was black’ as her new birthday.
Welp. Welcome to the wonderful world of being “black” white girl Vicky.
I’m sure her parents are so
ashamed proud of her.
If you ask me, she is a downright stereotypical parody of the African American race and I find nothing funny with her facade. Actually it’s a disgrace.
We don’t believe you
black white girl Vicky!! — and just a friendly hint of advice: watch who you drop those N-word bombs around!
Today’s WTF news comes out of the Midwest. Apparently there’s a lot of manure going on in Mernards.
According to several national news outlets:
A woman trying to steal a video camera from an Indianapolis store escaped after throwing feces at a security worker.
Indianapolis police responded Tuesday to a Menards on the city’s east side and a loss prevention officer told them that he saw the shoplifting suspect remove the camera from its packaging and place it into a bag.
The officer told the police that when he tried to stop the woman from leaving she reached into her pants, pulled out a handful of feces and threw it at him. He says the feces hit him in the chest. The woman ran out the door and escaped.
The camera was recovered and they’re trying to locate the woman.
So she just had manure waiting at her leisure?
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Nevermind flipping the bird during a road rage meltdown, this driver flipped the whole entire car!
According to ABC7 News:
Video shows one driver get out of his BMW and walk to the Ford Escape behind him. It appears words were exchanged between the two, and as the first driver walked back to his car, he spat on driver of the SUV.
The driver of the BMW then drove away. The 23-year-old driver of the Ford Escape was arrested on suspicion of felony assault. The driver of the BMW was later apprehended and faces various misdemeanor charges.
Smh! From the looks of the video it does not appear that the SUV guy intentionally tried to assault the BMW guy with his vehicle. Looks more like a freak accident to me, but spitting on someone? — now that’s assault. What do you think?
FOX 5 San Diego – Ken Dickerson of St. Louis says he sent letters, postcards, and drawings back and forth with notorious cult leader Charles Manson for several years while he was in prison.
The Tate murders in Beverly Hills were gruesome and the story captivated the nation. Manson would spend 46 years behind bars for those crimes – and ultimately died in prison – but he used some of his time to write and call a man from Missouri, according to KTVI.
Dickerson said he began communicating with Manson in 2005 and the communication ended sometime in 2012. During that time, Manson sent him drawings, postcards, autographs, and long, rambling letters that were difficult to read.
Manson also called Dickerson often – as many as three calls a day some weeks.
The repeated contact gave Dickerson a look into this criminal mastermind.
“I set the school on fire in third grade and I ain’t been back since,” Manson said on a recorded cassette tape.
In describing his relationship with Manson, Dickerson said, “It’s no different than anyone else for the most part, outside of not being able to hang out with the dude.”
When asked why he would want to communicate with Manson, Dickerson said, “He was there, he was alive, he was someone of importance to history.”
A history that included a brutal, two-day murderous rampage in August 1969. “Helter Skelter” as it was called, was Manson’s motivation to kick-start a race war.
Did Dickerson ever think about Manson Family’s victims?
“I just separated the two. I took that guy that I’ve read about in books and stuff and put him over there and I put the other guy in my ear,” said Dickerson. “…For the most part, when I talked to him, we talked about art and music.”
There were also glimpses of Manson’s life behind bars, according to Dickerson. Manson mentioned during one conversation that he had been beaten up and in the fight, his guitar had been destroyed.
“When his guitar got busted over his head he felt like he just lost his dog,” said Dickerson. “Because of who he is, he would get taken advantage of a lot and used. He also got upset when some of the women he spoke to would start talking to other people in the unit, nah, he didn’t like that.”
Dickerson claimed Manson never asked him for anything and only wanted friendship, companionship, and someone to talk to about music. When asked why he recorded the conversations with Manson, Dickerson claimed, “He asked if I was recording it and I said no. He said you should. You don’t know what you’re missing. This is a part of history.”
When asked if he thought Manson was evil, Dickerson said, “He acted insane when he wanted to and acted evil when he wanted to or he could be a little puppy.”
Charles Manson died in November 2017 at the age of 83. Dickerson knows that many people see Charles Manson as an evil man that was the mastermind behind some of the most brutal murders in history.
When Dickerson’s mother told him Manson had died, he was disheartened.
“I actually did feel like I lost a friend,” he said. “I know that sounds, I don’t know the right word to use, but it did feel like I lost a friend.”‘
Interesting. If you could be a pen pal to any notorious crime figure who would it be and why?
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