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June 8, 2014

Tichina Arnold from Martin goes super hard on French Montana

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Tichina Arnold officially put rapper French Montana in his place after he publicly ridiculed a picture of her. A couple weeks ago, Montana shared a picture that was already in circulation on Instagram of the Martin actress on a plane with the caption “I wish Martin could see this right now. He would tear her a** up.” In response, Arnold recently gave Montana a long, brutal lashing via an Instagram…

Transgender woman charged with murder for illegal rear end injections

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Padge Victoria Windslowe, a transgender Goth singer, is being charged with murdering a stripper via butt-injections. In February 2011, the male-born singer hosted a butt-injection party in Philadelphia in which she pumped silicone into 20-year-old Claudia Seye Aderotimi’s buttocks for free, according to the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office. She sealed the exotic dancer’s wounds with super glue and cotton bαlls. Reportedly, when Aderotimi complained of feeling chest pains after the…

Teacher sends inappropriate texts to 15-year old, and dad takes a bat to his head

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A father did something in Maryland that nearly every other dad thinks about doing at some point in his life.  He found out that a 42-year old teacher was sending inappropriate text messages to his 15-year old daughter, and then beat him down with a baseball bat. Police say that the girl’s mother read the messages and considered them “inappropriate for a teacher and a student.”  According to News Net 5, the…

Was Bob Marley killed by the CIA? Young, healthy men don’t usually die of cancer

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Bob Marley is known as one of the most influential figures of the 20th century.   More than just a musician, over the course of his career, Marley became a moral and religious figure.   Born in Jamaica,he moved to Kingston at the age of 14, and in 1963, he formed the Wailers with Peter Tosh, Bunny Livingston, Junior Braithwaite, and Beverly Kelso.  Their first single “Simmer Down” became one…

How did Stevie Wonder become blind? 10 things you may not know about Wonder

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Stevie Wonder is known as one of the most creative musical geniuses of the late 20th century.  He is a blind prodigy whose career began before he was a teenager.  His body of work spans decades, and he remains one of the most influential musicians of all time.  Here are 10 facts about his life and career: 1. Stevie Wonder was born in Saginaw, Michigan May 13, 1950 and given…

20,000 sign petition to stop Mona Scott from degrading black greek letter organizations

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Mona Scott-Young may have thought she was doing a good thing for the black Greek community by creating a reality show about them.  But people are making it known, early in the process, that the creation of such a show is going to receive a massive backlash right away.  The show, “Sorority Sisters” hasn’t been launched, but there have already been 20,000 signatures put on a petition asking that the show be…

Teacher accused of taping kids’ mouths shut in “quiet game”

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Reported by Liku Zelleke When five young students at Winfield Scott Elementary School in Elizabeth, New Jersey, talked too much, their unidentified teacher punished them using a rather bizarre method: she taped their mouths shut. The parents of the children are now asking that the teacher get fired. What is known so far is that she will not be allowed to fill in again at an elementary school. According to…