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Apparently, Life, and Memes: Wendy Williams ls Reportedly Pissed Over Angie Martinez's New Talk Show: "I Can't Believe That B*tch ls Getting A Show" 13 @balleralert Wendy Williams Is Reportedly Pissed Over Angie Martinez’s New Talk Show: “I Can't Believe That B*tch Is Getting A Show” - blogged by @MsJennyb ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ WendyWilliams has reportedly been on edge since Daily Mail released a report accusing her husband of living a double life. Apparently, she hasn’t been the same since the news broke, but when she found out that her old radio rival, Angie Martinez, landed a talk show with her syndication company, she reportedly went ballistic. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ According to Daily Mail, in a lunch meeting with her husband, and execs from her production company, Williams burst into tears after hearing that Debmar-Mercury would be partnering with Martinez for a talk show pilot. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Sources tell the publication that screaming was heard from the back of the restaurant, with Williams’ husband yelling: “this is some bullsh*t!” Although the execs tried to convince the couple that there would not be a conflict of interest between the two shows, the two were enraged. Williams reportedly told her team, “I can’t believe that b*tch is getting a show with them. This is such a betrayal.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ However, sources close to Williams believe her big blow up is largely in part due to the rest of the drama that is going on in her life. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ “No one is sure whether she already knew of Kevin’s affair or was shocked by the news,” the source said. “Whatever the case, she is more embarrassed the veil has been lifted off her life. The woman who gossips about everyone else’s life for a living is a now making headlines of her own.”
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Memes, India, and Lookout: SHARE Newsner LIKE Boy approaches car to ask for change but when he looks inside, he bursts into tears BY NEWSNER A lot of well-off people look at poor people with mistrust. They assume that people asking for money on the streets are delinquents or thieves on the lookout for anything they can get their hands on. But in truth, people living in poverty often turn out to be more generous and empathic than those who live comfortable lives. An example of this is a little boy named John Thuo. He lives in Nairobi, Kenya, where like many other poor kids, he used to beg for money on the streets. John Thou used to spend his days on the streets of Nairobi, Kenya begging for money. It's something that irrates many drivers, because they assume that the beggers are most likely thieves. However, John Thuo proved that he's not only not a thief, but he also has a heart of gold. One day, the boy was out begging when he approached a car to ask for money. But when he looked inside, John was struck by something unusual he saw. The driver of the car was hooked up to tubes and breathing oxygen out of a tank. The woman's name is Gladys Kamande. She's 32 years old, and she explained to John that her lungs had collapsed, so she couldn't breathe properly and had to carry the oxygen tanks with her in order to stay alive. John was shocked to realize that in spite of his poverty, there are people in the world who are worse off than he is—because they don't even have their health. Moved to tears, John offered Gladys all the money that he'd taken in that day and held her hand through the window. A passerby noticed the incident, took some photos, and told the story on the internet. And within a few days, the story had gone viral and triggered a a chain of events that would change both John and Gladys' lives forever. After Gladys' story spread, thousands of donations poured in. In total, kindhearted strangers contributed $80,000 to enable her to travel to India and receive treatment. And how is John doing? Well, after all of the attention he received on social media, he was finally rescued from the streets and adopted into a loving home. The woman who adopted him, Nissy Wambugu, also gave him the opportunity to start studying! In the end, John's gesture of kindness helped not just Gladys—

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Arguing, Homie, and J. Cole: Trying to Argue with a J Cole fan. I'm on the bus arguing with some J Cole fans about Kendrick. Now the reason I don't like J Cole is because his fans are some of the most stubborn and annoying people. They the type to say you have to have a certain intelligence to listen to him but couldn't score higher than 800 on the SAT. It's a select few fans who know good music. The rest believe he's the savior of rap. I'm holding my own and they hitting me with shit from Wikipedia. It's about 4 of them. I'm trying to get my point across but they not listening. This is probably one of the most difficult music debates out. You can't go wrong with either one of them. Homie reciting J Cole verses like bible scripture and I'm hitting him with Kendrick greatest hits. This debate split down the middle when the leader of they group pulls out a tape recorder and starts playing she's mine part 2. Now part 1 is good but in part 2 that baby crying makes pulling out a little overrated. I swear to you every dude on the bus bursted into tears. Even the bus driver got emotional. This one of them tracks that make me feel like it's time to Settle down and start a family. It was a emotional bus ride. We all sitting down venting. I'm sitting here thinking in my head "look at these bitch ass niggas". Their stop comes up and they get off. One of them stays back before the bus pulls off and says "He went platinum with no features" and jumped off. The bus was still moving. Dude almost died trying to be dramatic. Them niggas went Christmas caroling singing J Cole songs. I stayed on the bus. I rode home bumping good kid mad city. I lost the batle that day on the Q5. That was the first time in a long time I felt like a bitch.
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