The son of rapper Snoop Dogg has 3 years to consider an offer to play on the UCLA football team with Sean Combs' son, Justin (right).

The NY Time's Page Six reports that Broadus' high school, Diamond Bar, said on Twitter, "Cordell Broadus (2015) received his first offer from UCLA." Broadus, a 6ft, 2in, 185-pound wide receiver, has three years of high school remaining.

Combs, a 5ft, 9in, 170-pound cornerback, made headlines when it came to light that he was offered a $54,000 scholarship to play for UCLA. To Justin's detriment, his dad is a prodigious braggart who shamelessly flaunts his wealth and boasted about dropping $2 million at a Miami strip club.

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The Internet is a mess. A kindhearted bus monitor is taunted by schoolchildren, and the video of the teasing goes viral online.

The tabloid news media responded in typical over-the-top fashion ("I have to warn you, this video is hard to watch..."). The video contained no bloodshed or any hint of violence, yet a jaded public responded to the media hype by donating over $455,000 for the woman's "vacation".

Even the 68-year-old mild mannered Karen Klein thought the media and the public's overreaction to the children's taunting was disproportionate. The children's behavior should have been handled by the school administration -- IF the bus monitor reporter the incident to the school, which she didn't.

But we're living in the junk food Internet age, where prepackaged, instant news lacks nutritional value or journalistic credibility. And TV ratings commandeers all common sense.

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A social studies teacher in North Carolina was suspended with pay for threatening an anti-Obama student with arrest.

Tonya Dixon-Neely, who is black, took offense to the student challenging President Obama who criticized Mitt Romney for bullying when the future president himself bullied an overweight, black girl in high school.

In his best-selling book, Dreams From My Father, Mr. Obama recalled an incident when he shoved the girl and told her to get away from him because Mr. Obama didn't want his white friends to believe he liked her. At the time, Mr. Obama wrote that he sought to impress his white friends by disrespecting the black girl.

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According to celebrity photographer Thad of Exclusiveaccess.net, rappers Rick Ross and Swizz Beatz gave back to the community in a big way today in South Florida!

Students at Carol City Senior High School in Miami got a major surprise this morning. Rihanna's baby daddy, rapper Rick Ross made a special appearance at his high school alma mater to donate iPads to the CAP Program.

Ross was joined by music producer Swizz Beats, and together they distributed many pairs of Reebok sneakers to the boys and girls high school track team. The shoes are an incentive for students who successfully pass the college placement test administered at Carol City Senior High School.

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We would all be in big trouble if we were held to the same rigid standards that the media holds certain presidential candidates to.

GOP candidate Mitt Romney was forced to apologize today for boyhood pranks he committed while in high school decades ago. According to classmates of young Romney, Mitt allegedly cut the hair of a boy who he considered to be gay.

According to the liberal media, Romney objected to the boy's bleached blonde locks. So he assembled "a posse" of friends to hold the boy down while he took a pair of scissors to his head.

The accusations came one day after President Obama made history by endorsing same sex marriages.

In a statement released today, Romney apologized for not being straitlaced and perfect in high school back in the 1960s.

Romney said: "Back in high school, you know, I did some dumb things. If anyone was hurt by that or offended by that, obviously I apologize. But overall, high school years were a long time ago."

The boy whose hair was cut was expelled from high school for smoking and later died of liver cancer in 2004.

Too bad Mitt Romney didn't know back then that he would be running for president in 2012, or he would have been as perfect as the rest of us.

The starting 5 members of the NCAA champion Kentucky Wildcats are ready to get at the money. The Wildcats -- freshmen Anthony Davis, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Marquis Teague, and sophomores Terrence Jones and Doron Lamb -- have declared for the NBA draft.

The teammates made their announcement during a nationally televised news conference Tuesday night. "We made it work," Jones said, according to the Associated Press. "We all wanted to be there and do it together like we've done everything else together."

The men were not shy about revealing their eagerness to begin enjoying the perks of a baller lifestyle -- which includes gold diggers and potential baby mamas.

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A black Detroit teacher has lost her job for trying to help her eight grade students organize a 'Wear your hoodie to school' fundraiser.

According to the AP, "Brooke Harris was dismissed in March from Pontiac Academy for Excellence after she supported students' efforts to plan a wear-a-hoodie-to-school day. Martin was wearing a hoodie on Feb. 26 when he was shot to death by a neighborhood watch volunteer."

The Southern Poverty Law Center in Montgomery, Ala., and other groups have called for Harris to be reinstated.

"I'm really confused why I got fired," Harris told The Associated Press. "I don't think I did anything wrong."

According to the SPLC, Harris's eight grade students asked her about Trayvon Martin, the 17-year-old Miami student who was gunned down by George Zimmerman, in cold blood.

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The shocking story of child sexual abuse running rampant in a LA elementary school has taken on a new twist. The Los Angeles school superintendent removed 88 teachers and 40 support personnel -- the entire staff -- at Miramonte Elementary School after Mark Berndt, 61, and another male teacher were arrested for sexually molesting children.

Martin Springer, 49, was arrested on Friday for allegedly fondling two girls at the school where the student body is predominately Hispanic. Springer's arrest occurred a year after Berndt was removed from the school for feeding his body fluids to his students in a bizarre "tasting game."

Child molesters frequently choose careers in the education or child care fields to gain access to innocent children. Public schools, in particular, have gained a reputation for being a safe haven for child sex predators.

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A gay activist group is pushing a training video to teachers and parents featuring school children between the ages of 6-12 discussing what it means to live a gay lifestyle.

According to CNSnews.com, The Human Rights Campaign, a homosexual advocacy group, has produced a “professional development film” through its website called the Welcoming Schools project.

On its home page, the Welcoming Schools project states that it “is an LGBT-inclusive approach to addressing family diversity, gender stereotyping and bullying and name-calling in K-5 learning environments. … Additionally, it offers a wide range of resources for school administrators and educators to support students who don’t conform to gender norms.”

CNSNews.com says questions to the Human Rights Campaign -- "including inquires about whether the training sessions are taking place in schools, how many schools are participating, and whether or not the video will be viewed by children -- were not answered before this story was posted."

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During Monday night's GOP debate in Myrtle Beach, SC, presidential candidate Newt Gingrich once again spoke on his much-derided plan to put school children to work. Sometimes it isn't what you say but how you say it. So Gingrich was careful to couch his controversial plan in more acceptable phrasing.

Gingrich insists that black kids don't need handouts from President Obama -- they need jobs. Gingrich says schoolchildren should be given janitorial jobs because, in his opinion, janitors in the NYC public school system earn way too much money.

The average annual salary for a NYC public school janitor is $80,000, compared to a teacher who earns $45,000 annually.

According to the NY Daily News, Gingrich argued the best thing public schools could do for students - particularly black students - was to give them a broom.

"Can't you see that this is viewed at a minimum as insulting to all Americans, but particularly to black Americans?" asked Fox News questioner Juan Williams, who is part Hispanic and black.

"No, I don't see that," Gingrich responded, with rousing applause from the majority white audience.

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