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After rapper Silentó was arrested last week and charged with assault with a deadly weapon, he went viral on social media. But not for his arrest.

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The 22-year-old rapper, who is best known for his hit "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)", was arrested after he allegedly entered a random home in the Los Angeles area wielding a hatchet, ABC 7 reports.

He was tackled to the floor by the home's occupants, but he escaped and was caught by police about 2 blocks away.

According to gossipmongers, Silentó went into the home in search of his girlfriend who leaked a vulgar image of him online.

Silentó, real name Richard Hawk, trended online after the photo went viral on Twitter.com. The photo was originally posted in a private sub on Reddit.com titled Silentó bussy. "Bussy" is a colloquial term for "boy pu**y."

The graphic image shows a young man snapping a graphic selfie after engaging in a tryst with another man.

But the person in the photo is not Silentó.

The man was identified by Twitter users as an Internet p0rn star named Da Don (not to be confused with Lori Harvey's new boyfriend, Da Donn.

Da Don (the p0rn star) is a 26-year-old male who earns a living posting p0rnograpic material to sites like OnlyFans.

Although he is 26, he looks like a teenager being sexually abused by grown men in videos.

Da Don's filthy images and videos are easily accessible to children on Twitter.com.

Viral Twitter photos that show students crowding a Georgia high school hallway resulted in the suspension of a student who took the photos.

The photos were taken at North Paulding High School in Dallas, Georgia on the first day of school this week. The school is less than 50 miles northwest of Atlanta.

The photo shows students - many not wearing face masks - crowded in a packed hallway on their first day back to class since the coronavirus pandemic.

More photos were tweeted from the same high school on Day 2 that showed even fewer students wearing face masks.

15-year-old student Hannah Watters was suspended for 5 days for posting the images on Twitter, according to her mother, Lynne Watters, who said she filed a grievance with the school Thursday morning.

"I expressed my concerns and disagreement with that punishment," Lynne Watters said in a text message to the Chicago Tribune.

In an email to Fox News, North Paulding High School principal Gabe Carmona said a few cases of Covid-19 positive students with mild, flu-like symptoms "have already been identified."

Paulding County School District, Brian Otott, defended his decision to reopen schools, saying the viral photo was "taken out of context" because the students were only in the hallway between classes.

"There is no question that the photo does not look good." Masks are not required at the school, Otott said, although the administration strongly encourages masks for students and staff members.

Otott said mask wearing is not mandated at North Paulding High School.

"Wearing a mask is a personal choice," he wrote, "and there is no practical way to enforce a mandate to wear them."

Scott Sweeney, Georgia Board of Education Chairman told Fox News, "Mask wearing is not something that we can mandate... from the state board of education standpoint."

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp refused to mandate face masks in the state, preferring to leave the decision to local communities.

Recent studies published in The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) concludes face masks - which were designed to stop bacteria - are not effective against viruses such as the coronavirus, which is 100 to 1000 times smaller than bacteria.

"We know that wearing a mask outside health care facilities offers little, if any, protection from infection," the article said.

The New England Journal of Medicine noted "the truth about mass mask wearing, and that the main if not only benefit of masks is that it eases anxiety of some people.”
 

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A Russian nurse is under investigation for being out of uniform while passing medications to patients in an all-male coronavirus hospital ward.

According to media reports, the nurse, who is in her 20s, is under investigation for making rounds while wearing only her underwear and a transparent latex gown in an all-male coronavirus ward at Tula Regional Clinical Hospital.

An amused patient took a photo of the nurse's unusual protective garb and posted it on social media where it went viral this week.

The patient said there was no objection to the nurse's outfit in the hospital ward. But he admitted to "some embarrassment."

Hospital officials disciplined the nurse for wearing "lingerie" around the male patients. Additionally, she was written up for "non-compliance with the requirements for medical clothing."

The nurse, who has not been identified, explained she wore the odd PPE outfit because she was "too hot" while wearing her nurse's uniform under the latex gown.

Despite the reaction from her male patients, she claimed she didn't realize the latex gown was so revealing. She said she chose to wear a "swimming suit" under the transparent gown rather than nothing at all.

Russia has reported over 300,000 Covid-19 cases and 2,972 deaths.
 

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A bank robber in Columbus went viral over the weekend after a news media outlet posted his impressive mugshot collection on Facebook.

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Dontrell Demetrius Scott, 26, walked out of a SunTrust bank in downtown Columbus carrying a bag full of cash on November 5.

The hapless bank robber didn't attempt to conceal his identity as he flashed a toothy grin for the bank surveillance camera on his way out the door. Apparently he loves to have his picture taken.

Unfortunately for Scott, the bank he chose to rob that day is housed in the same building as the Columbus field office of the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI).

Scott was in police custody within hours. He was apprehended at a used car lot where he attempted to purchase a used car with a portion of his ill gotten gains.

Scott told the used car salesman he was looking for a car - any car. He wasn't particular about the make or the model of car because he was in a hurry, said D. Cochran, owner of Ask D Auto Sales.

Scott showed Cochran a fist full of cash and asked if that would speed up the sale.

"He said I would like to buy any one of your cars," Cochran told WRBL.

"He said 'I like this Mercedes.' And I told him the price of the Mercedes. And he said, 'Well, I'll take anything, I'm just in a rush.' I said, 'OK well let's go inside,' He said, 'I got the money right now.' So he showed me a wad of cash. When he showed me the cash, I was like, 'Whoah.'"

By that time, Columbus police had identified Scott and emailed his bank surveillance photo to all the local media outlets.

He was in custody by 7 p.m. He was still at the used car lot signing papers when police showed up to arrest him.

During the booking process, Scott added a new mugshot to his growing collection, totaling 15 mugshots in all.

Not counting his juvenile record, which is sealed by the courts, Scott's mugshots begin with his first arrest in 2012.

A media outlet compiled all of Scott's mugshots into one meme and posted it on Facebook, where it went viral across social media platforms.
 

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