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This video will warm your heart. A viral TikTok video shows how students at a Las Vegas elementary school reacted to the news that they don't have to wear masks anymore.

After a teacher announced the news, the entire classroom erupted in cheers, dancing and tears. The children couldn't contain their excitement after finally being free of face masks for the first time in 2 years.

Their celebration went viral on Twitter.com where the video gained over 5.5 million views.

While the teacher's announcement seemed spontaneous, half of the kids in the classroom were already mask-free.

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Most school districts mandated face masks on schoolchildren during the peak of Covid-19 — even though kids are rarely affected by the Covid-19 virus and deaths among children are less than flu deaths statistically.

"This makes my heart warm," wrote one Twitter user. Another user wrote: "Congratulations children. You're free again."

A third user tweeted: "Kids can be kids again."

Face masks are not mandated for schoolchildren in the red states of Florida and Georgia.

Watch the adorable video below.

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Gwinnett police are searching for a woman who robbed a Buford, Ga. bank after the teller refused her request to withdraw over $13,000.

Police say the woman approached a teller at a Chase Bank and asked to withdraw $13,564 from her account. The teller asked for her driver's license, debit card and phone number.

The woman became agitated when the teller attempted to scan her California driver's license and told her the phone number did not match the information on her bank account profile.

When the teller refused her request for a cash withdrawal, the woman held onto a glass partition and jumped over the counter. Once behind the counter, she grappled with a teller who was on the phone with Gwinnett police.

The woman grabbed a pair of scissors, forced open a cash box and allegedly stole $750 from inside. The woman then left the bank using a side door.

Gwinnett detectives are investigating the incident. Cell phone video was first shared on Twitter by ATL Uncensored who falsely claimed the woman jumped over the counter during a dispute about overdraft fees.
 

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Nelly has apologized for accidentally leaking a steamy sex tape which he claims is an old video.

The video shows the "Hot in Herre" rapper receiving oral sex from a young woman. Nelly claims the video is an old private clip that was never meant for public viewing.

The "Country Grammar" rapper started trending Tuesday on Twitter.com after the video appeared briefly on his Instagram story. The video was quickly deleted, but not before his followers saved it to their devices and made it go viral.
 
RELATED: Viral Video: Rapper Nelly accidentally livestreams sex tape
 
Nelly tells TMZ, "I sincerely apologize to the young lady and her family, this is unwanted publicity for her/them. This was an old video that was private and never meant to go public."

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Nelly's team tells TMZ that he may have been hacked and they are concerned more of Nelly's private content may end up online — including financial information, personal documents and passwords.

The 47-year-old rapper, who was born Cornell Haynes Jr., is best known for his debut album Country Grammar, which is still his best-selling album to date.

The Grammy-award winning rapper is set to headline Sand Mountain Amphitheater's concert "Tacos and Tequila" on May 20. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday.

Festival organizers reportedly called an emergency meeting to discuss the sex tape. At issue is whether Nelly violated the decency clause of his contract.

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The Twitter streets are on fire after rapper Nelly accidentally live-streamed a woman giving him head.

The video is circulating all over social media with many Twitter users (men and women) commenting on his shortcomings.

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The 47-year-old rapper, who was born Cornell Haynes Jr., is best known for his debut album Country Grammar, which is still his best-selling album to date.

His following album, Nellyville, spawned the number-one hits "Hot in Herre" and "Dilemma" (featuring Kelly Rowland).

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Nelly began his career in 1993 as part of the hip-hop group St. Lunatics.

The Grammy-award winning rapper is set to headline Sand Mountain Amphitheater's concert "Tacos and Tequila" on May 20. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday.

The festival organizers reportedly called an emergency meeting to discuss the sex tape. At issue is whether Nelly violated the decency clause of his contract by leaking his own sex tape.

There is still time for organizers to replace Nelly pending the outcome of the meeting.

Check out the Twitter commentary below.

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A woman who asked TikTok to help her find a handsome guy who flirted with her was heartbroken to learn he's already taken.

Blogger and model Mica Renee was disappointed that the handsome man who flirted with her while on vacation in Miami is married with four kids.

Mica got the tea from the horse's mouth: his long-suffering wife.

The blogger was smitten with the man she briefly flirted with in Miami. So she shared a video of the guy, explaining that she forgot to save his phone number and was desperate to see him again.

"TikTok help me find this man I met in Miami. He walked right into the ocean to introduce himself to me. I was lit when he gave me his number. Hopefully he ain't married... I was in Miami, looking all good in the ocean, and my friend was taking pics of me. He came up to me and he introduced himself. My friend thought he was bold, so she kept recording."

The video was viewed more than 5 million times. TikTok sleuths immediately went to work and found the man — who goes by "AJ" on TikTok.

Among the people who reached out to Mica was AJ's wife, who let her know she and AJ were somewhat happily married with four children.

AJ commented that Mica was doing way too much and should have known that a handsome guy like himself would be taken.

"I wasn't gonna comment to anything, honestly, because I know the truth [and] everything that happened. But little miss cheater is really trying to run off this clout that she got from completely capping. It's time for the truth."

He said they met on the beach in August 2021 and spoke for 7 minutes tops.

"The video you made, you definitely edited it and sliced it in a good way to depict whatever the hell you [are] trying to prove or say. I was already enjoying myself in the ocean, basking in God's blessings upon me as the sun shined upon my bald head, then you wobbled your a** down to the water."

Watch the video below.

@micarenee Reply to @micarenee #fyp #reply ? original sound - Mica Renee

@latishawalton #duet with @micarenee ? original sound - Mica Renee

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Rapper Nelly is adamant that he did not pay a homeless woman $100 for returning his lost bag containing $300,000.

The news of Nelly's cheap reward went viral on social media. The "Hot In Herre" rapper, 47, denied the rumor as "super cap" -- street slang for lies.

"I didn't lose s---," he said in caption of a video on The Neighborhood Talk Instagram page.

"Idk what bag or who's [sic] bag they talkin about but it dam show [sic] wasn't mine."

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Someone in Nelly's camp told PEOPLE, "It's a false but funny story, a story about bitcoin would be more likely."

In the viral video taken outside a bowling alley in Atlanta, the homeless woman is seen on camera, while a man is heard saying, "We're up here at the bowling alley. We found Nelly's bag. It had $300,000 in it."

The man claims the woman "gave it back" and received $100 from the rapper as a reward. "A hundred dollars," she repeats, to which the man says, "They gave her $100 for giving back $300,000," calling Nelly the "donkey of the day."

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Who knew Kevin Samuels had a shady past? They say he was practically chased out of Oklahoma for allegedly scamming high end stores and fragrance houses.

Before Kevin reinvented himself as a relationship guru on YouTube in 2020, he was allegedly a scammer who scraped by as a fashion consultant and cologne expert.
 
RELATED: Off the Market: Kevin Samuels dating IG Model Brittany Renner?
 
In a YouTube video, an unidentified sales rep at Bloomingdales called Kevin a "con artist" who made a habit of buying expensive colognes and returning the bottles the next day for a refund.

The sales rep claims Kevin made a nuisance of himself in Bloomingdale's and other high end stores in Atlanta.

He allegedly threw his weight around, demanding special treatment in Bloomingdales.

"He's a f****** con artist who comes into stores begging for fragrances," the sales rep said.

After studying video algorithms, Kevin transitioned from reviewing colognes to degrading women on YouTube.

He studied YouTube videos by Tommy Sotomayor and other women haters and basically stole their content.

Kevin, 51, reinvented himself as a suited and booted gentleman with a bit more culture and savoir-faire than Tommy and the others.

Kevin grew his YT following by degrading and insulting Black women under the pretense of helping them to see the error of their ways.

Before long, Kevin had amassed a loyal following of more than 1 million subscribers on YouTube and finally managed to pay off back child support for his teenage daughter in May of last year.

Watch the video below.
 

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Rapper Gunna's security guards did what they are paid to do when an overzealous fan ran up on him inside a jewelry store.

In a viral video, one of Gunna's security guards is seen suplexing an overeager fan who tried to creep up on the YSL rapper.

The security slammed the guy so hard that his shoes flew off his feet.

Gunna is seen pulling up his pajama pants while his security manhandled the fan.

Gunna spoke to his followers after the incident, saying, "Thou shalt not steal."

It isn't clear what the man stole or if he was arrested.

Check out the videos and the hilarious reactions below.
 

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In late 2020 and early 2021, Americans were told if they were "fully vaccinated" they would not get infected with the Covid-19 virus and their lives would return to normal.

A compilation video has preserved the original vaccine narrative for those who've forgotten.

Here are some quotes from the video -- in case it's deleted. These quotes are from early 2021. Compare these quotes with what they are telling you today.

"You're okay. You're not gonna get COVID if you have these vaccines."

"Vaccinated people do not carry the virus, don't get sick."

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"Everyone who takes the vaccines is not just protecting themselves, but reducing their transmission to other people and allowing society to get back to normal."

"Our key goal is to stop the transmission, to get the immunity levels up, so that you get almost no infection going on whatsoever."

"When people are vaccinated, they can feel safe that they are not gonna get infected."

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"If you're vaccinated, you're not gonna be hospitalized, you're not gonna be in an ICU unit, and you're not gonna die."

"If you are fully vaccinated, you no longer need to wear a mask."

"Anyone who is fully vaccinated can participate in indoor and outdoor activities - large or small - without wearing a mask or physical distancing."

As the original narrative began to fail miserably, health officials and the Biden administration changed the narrative.

The new narrative became -- no one ever said the vaccine would stop transmission of the virus.

The CDC even changed longstanding definitions of "vaccine" and "immunity" to fit their new narrative.

Now they want you to believe vaccines don't stop the transmission of a virus or prevent infection. They claim mRNA vaccines just lessen your symptoms.

Imagine if the polio vaccine was an mRNA vaccine.

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Marital advice dished out by Steve Harvey years ago has resurfaced on TikTok. Steve's old advice takes on new meaning amid the news that religious power couple DeVon Franklin and Meagan Good are divorcing.

In a video from his old Facebook Watch series "Steve," Harvey advised women to start dating ugly men if they wanted to have a successful relationship.

"I want to tell you something, ladies," Harvey said, "I recommend to all of you get yourself a ugly man. It will be the best decision you've ever made."

He listed the attributes of unattractive men that make them more desirable over the DeVon Franklins of the world.

"They are reliable. They come when they say they are going to come. They do everything they say they are gon' do. They spend they money on you. They help you with your kids. They take them to the doctor, to the dentist. Their little ugly ass be out there pushing them in the swing."

Harvey concluded:

"They ain't ever going to cheat on you because they know don't nobody else want them. Get yourself an ugly man."

On the other hand, attractive men are unreliable, they have too many options, multiple children outside their marriage, they never show up on time, and the list goes on and on.

Meagan Good probably wishes she took Harvey's advice. She would still be married and probably have a boatload of beautiful children.

Watch the video below.
 

@steveharvey

The secret to a long-lasting relationship: date an ugly man! Watch the full episode by following "Steve on Watch" on Facebook! #S#teveOnWatch

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A TikTok user is going viral after she confessed she flew 11 hours to hook up with a guy she met online 24 hours before.

The woman, whose TikTok username is @4everchantel, shared videos that shows her meeting the guy who gave her flowers and took her on a shopping spree in London.

Summer Walker's song "Insane" plays in the video background.

The original video was viewed over 1.3 million times.

@4everchantel

What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever done? ##foryou ##fyp? ##xyzbca ##trending ##SimsSelves

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@4everchantel

Tell him to book a flight sis ##fyp? ##foryou ##xyzbca ##trending ##PawlidayPics

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Twitter users were not impressed. They agree that women are more willing to take risks for social media clicks and views.

One user wrote: "Serial Killers don't even have to work hard anymore."

Another person tweeted: "Y’all be desperate trying to disguise it as romance."

And a third Twitter user wrote: "At least she's documenting her journey ... in case something does happen. I hope she's safe, regardless of her lack of common sense lol."
 


 
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A TikTok user is going viral after demonstrating the correct way to eat chicken wing "flats".

The TikTok user said her way of eating a chicken wing is "life changing."

First you bite off each end of the wing. Then you twist and pull out the smallest bone. Now you scoff down the whole chicken wing while simultaneously pulling the larger bone out.

If you're not eating chicken wings this way, you've been doing it wrong your entire life. And you're missing out on one of the great pleasures in life.
 


 
This next viral video of an infant eating a whole chicken wing is dangerous. Babies that age should never eat whole chicken wings because they can choke.
 

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A TikTok user uploaded a video that shows him touching white women, then calling them racist when they object to his unwanted touching.

The video shows the guy touching a woman's hair in a Sacramento Safeway supermarket. When she asked him not to touch her, he continued to harass her.

She yelled "Help! Rape! Help. I'm being attacked!"

He laughed and said, "Oh my god, this is gold. Keep going. Keep going."

In another scene from the video, the guy approached two women and a young girl in a park, and said, "I saw your granddaughter. She's just so beautiful. I was wondering, can I maybe have her hand in marriage?"

A Safeway employee who wasn't working the day of the incident, said police found the TikTok user and declined to press charges after reviewing his video.

"I work at this Safeway. I wasn't here for that incident, but all the employees know about it. I am going to talk with what ever store director come in the morning, the moment I see them.

*Update: from what I was told, police were involved and the kid was found. The kid showed the police what he had filmed and the police were not going to pursue charges because it wasn't a malicious act (I think that's the best way to put it). The lady said something to the cops that also pushed them towards that decision (idk what exactly, it was hard to understand)."

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Thanksgiving shoppers were surprised to find themselves part of a new TikTok random pics challenge in stores.

It isn't clear exactly when the challenge started, but videos show the random pics challenge have spread to Black Friday.

The challenge involves a group of men approaching unsuspecting shoppers and posing for random photos with them.

Some shoppers shied away from the camera. Others were intimidated because the guys are Black.

Check out reactions to the random pic challenge videos below.

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Men, don't you wish your woman could renovate your entire house with her bare hands?

A viral World Star video shows a mom building a man cave, a kitchen island and kitchen cabinets with her hands while taking care of her infant son.

She posts DIY videos on TikTok under the username @whatlovebuilt.

Back in the day, we had a class called "shop" in high school. Male teachers taught girls how to build anything with their hands -- just like the lady in the video below.

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Girls learned how to rebuild car engines, rebuild carburetors and change transmission fluid in cars.

Girls were very independent back in the day because the Internet didn't exist to waste idle time.

Those days are long gone. But there are good fathers out there who are teaching their daughters to be self-reliant.
 

 

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