Chris Brown

Chris Brown doesn’t have Oprah money, but he still dug deep in his pockets to donate $50,000 to Columbia Middle School in Atlanta. The singer stopped by the school on Saturday to drop off concert tickets for all the children to attend his show later that night at Philips Arena.

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Keaton Jones

Celebrities reacted last night to the GoFundMe hoax perpetrated by a southern redneck who hoped to cash in on a viral video that claimed her son was bullied in school.

Both the Tennessee woman behind the hoax, Kimberly Jones, 37, and her son, Keaton, were exposed as racists and both of her GoFundme accounts were frozen last night after outraged social media users contacted the crowdfunding platform.

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Michael Bennett

Things got ugly on Sunday in the waning minutes of the Seattle Seahawks 30-24 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, which saw multiple players ejected and Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll assessed an unsportsmanlike penalty.

With 10 minutes left in the game, the Seahawks were mounting another comeback after being down 27-10 to the Jaguars.

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LeBron James Michael Rapaport

Actor and comedian Michael Rapaport finally came clean about why he hates LeBron James‘ guts. The 47-year-old father-of-2 said he’s no longer a LeBron fan after the NBA superstar dissed his two sons, Julian and Maceo several years ago.

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TI Harris

Rapper T.I. Harris, center, is still protesting outside Houston’s restaurants in Atlanta. The 38-year-old music mogul claims the restaurant is discriminating against black people, but he hasn’t provided any evidence of actual incidents of racial discrimination.

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NeNe Leakes

NeNe Leakes reacted to the public backlash after she wished rape on a female heckler during her stand-up comedy show last weekend. NeNe, 49, told the woman she hoped she was raped by her Uber driver on her way home.

Now NeNe wants you to feel sorry for her.

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Stephen Paddock

50 people are confirmed dead and 406 were transported to hospitals after a retired military veteran opened fire during a country music festival at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas on Sunday night.

The massacre at the Mandalay Bay is now the worst mass shooting in U.S. history.

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Scout Schultz

A peaceful vigil for a troubled Georgia Tech student turned violent on Monday night.

Several hundred students and alumni gathered to attend a vigil for Scout Schultz on the Tech campus in downtown Atlanta at 8 p.m. Monday.

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