Lol. The internet is undefeated.
Unless you are living under a rock you know stripper, turned reality star turned rapper, Cardi B tried to catch fade with
pop singer Nicki Minaj at Fashion Week last night.
While no punches were officially landed (Minaj Maraj took cover and hid behind security) video footage does show Cardi B attempting to throw hands before settling for her shoes and being escorted out barefoot – with a lump on her head.
Whew chile. All that animosity and furniture moving and not one punch landed?
The internet seems to be picking sides. Whose side are you picking?
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Oh my goodness. I need all the facts of this case.
Ladies what would you do if you had to do this?
KTLA — The suspect who opened fire during a Madden video game tournament in Jacksonville, Florida, on Sunday actively targeted other gamers in his shooting spree, Sheriff Mike Williams said.
David Katz, a 24-year-old gamer from Baltimore, Maryland, was in town for the tournament at GLHF Game Bar at the Jacksonville Landing, a downtown shopping and dining complex. He walked past patrons in other parts of the restaurant and then opened fire on his fellow competitive gamers before killing himself, Williams said.
The shooting left two people dead, 10 injured from gunshots and one person with a non-gunshot injury, Williams said. All of the injured are expected to survive, he said.
“As bad as this is, it could have been much worse,” Williams said. Continue reading →
The gut wrenching story of Emmett Till still resonates today as many Blacks still face ongoing racism and oppression in the United States and abroad.
On this day, let’s take time to remember Emmett Till whose life was cut down so brutally & prematurely as a result of systemic racial hate in AmeriKKKa.
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I really admire these students for standing up and doing what is right to protect not only themselves, but hopefully generations to come. Growing up in the 80’s, I can not imagine having endured such evil and hate in the world. The most of our troubles were school yard bullies. I can’t help but believe that having to live through the horror of something as tragic as a school shooting will affect these children for the rest of their lives. It’s up to us as a community to be that pillar of support in keeping them safe.
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