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Cardi B has insisted she was “just playing” when she vowed to raise money to get Joe Exotic released from prison. The 27-year-old rapper became a huge fan of ‘Tiger King” star Joseph Madonado-Passage — who was incarcerated for trying to hire someone to murder his nemesis Carole Baskin — after watching the new Netflix documentary he…

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In October 2017, people across the country were moved by the story of a homeless man who gave his last $20 to a stranded female motorist. More than 14,000 donors gave money to the man, and now it is being reported that the whole thing was a scam. Johnny Bobbitt was described as a homeless…

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The realities of playing college football for an  NCAA school has hit home in the most tragic way for a TSU athlete injured on the field. Linebacker Christion Abercrombie suffered a devastating head injury during a game with Vanderbilt University on Sept.28, 2018. As a result of that injury, he has been in critical condition…

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The tale of Keaton Jones, 11, and his plea against school bullies took another turn towards strange as more info comes out about his parents. Within the past week, it was learned that Keaton was actually bullying a Black student by calling him the n-word and other students began defending the bullied student. Apparently, the…

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The death of Charles Manson prompted GoFundMe to shut down a campaign started by the convicted mass murderer’s grandson. According to the NY Daily News, Jason Freeman started the GoFundMe campaign to cover travel and burial expenses for Manson who died last Sunday at the age of 83. Manson is America’s most well-known serial killer after…

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Celebrities and deep pocket donors have really stepped up. Following Sunday’s Las Vegas mass shooting, the deadliest in modern U.S. history, a GoFundMe page has reaped more than $4M in pledges. The goal was $4.5 at 8 p.m. ET, Oct. 3. By midnight, the fund accrued $10M and pledges soared to $8,264,425. Steve Sisolak, Clark County…

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In today’s fast moving news cycle many social media users have turned to the fact-checking website Snopes. Now a tool that many, including Facebook, use to verify a story too wild to believe is in danger of shutting down because of a nasty divorce. David and Barbara Mikkelson started Snopes in 2003 and were the…

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