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Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis fears for her life after receiving death threats from Young Thug's fans.

Willis indicted Young Thug, Gunna, and 26 others on RICO racketeering violations and gang activity on May 9.

Willis said Young Thug and the members of his Young Slime Life (YSL) gang were responsible for 80% of murders and gun violence across Atlanta.

She told Channel 2 Action News that she increased her security and is taking extra measures to protect her family due to death threats.

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"I'm much more cautious than I've ever been in my life, paying more attention to my surroundings" Willis said. "It's required for me to stay alive."

She said the death threats are coming from fans who are "sympathetic" of the people who were indicted.

"We don't believe that these threats were directed by anyone that is in the YSL indictment," Willis said. "I would say that (threats are from) people that are very sympathetic, maybe admirers of YSL and people who are connected with them in some sense."

One suspect gave instructions on how to locate Willis' Atlanta area home, leading to increased police patrols at her home and license plate readers installed nearby.

Additionally, she is receiving harsh comments from Donald Trump supporters after she announced a special grand jury is investigating whether the former President interfered in the presidential elections in Georgia in 2020.

Willis is taking all threats very seriously. Her extensive security detail is a joint effort between the City of South Fulton, the Atlanta Police Department, the Fulton County Police Department and the Fulton County Sheriff's Office, according to Channel 2 Action News.

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Pete Davidson fears for his life after rap producer Ye threatened him on a new track.

In a new track, titled "My Life Was Never Eazy," Ye raps "God saved me from that crash/ just so I can beat Pete Davidson's ass."

The lyric references Ye's near-death experience after a serious car crash in 2002.

The song, a collabo with rapper The Game, is expected to be released on Friday.

A source tells Page Six that Pete isn't afraid of Ye, he's worried about Ye's fans who might want to impress their idol.

"Pete thinks it's totally hilarious," an insider told Page Six, "Not just that — he thinks the whole [tabloid drama with him, West and Kardashian] is hilarious. He loves it."

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"It's funny to him that the press wants to know his every move all of a sudden," said the source.

The press wants to know his every move because he's currently dating Ye's estranged wife, Kim Kardashian.

Kim, 41, filed for divorce from Ye, 44, in February 2021 after 7 years of marriage. They share 4 children.

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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.

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Rapper Future Hendrix allegedly stood by and watched as a woman was thrown to the floor by his security.

The woman made the mistake of trying to get close to the 37-year-old father of six. The "All Bad" rapper watched as his security grabbed the woman and threw her down to the floor.

A viral video shows the rapper watching as the fan argued with Future's security guard and got in his face.

The burly guard grabbed the woman by the throat with one hand and threw her down on the floor repeatedly in the crowded nightclub. At one point he threw her down and pinned her to the floor by her neck.

The camera then panned over to Future who looked on calmly as if he were watching a sporting event.

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Ellen DeGeneres is reportedly "at the end of her rope" after her employees and former staffers called her "mean" and said she is difficult to work with.

DeGeneres began trending on Twitter when beauty YouTuber Nikkie de Jager (a.k.a. NikkieTutorials) accused DeGeneres of being "cold and distant" when the blogger appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in January.

Then comic Kevin T. Porter sent out a tweet urging people to message him "the most insane stories... about Ellen" to raise money for a Los Angeles food bank.

Porter's timeline was flooded with messages from people who described her as "notoriously one of the meanest people alive."

A former bodyguard, who protected the 62-year-old television mogul at the 2014 Oscars, described her as being "cold".

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Tom Majercak claims DeGeneres refused to make eye contact with him and treated him in a "demeaning" manner.

"Ellen is the one person that I've been assigned to - and I've been assigned to quite a few celebrities - that has never taken the time to say hi to me," Majercak told Fox News.

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He said DeGeneres's life partner, Portia de Rossi, 47, was "nice" and he said she spoke to him while DeGeneres acted like he didn't exist.

Staffers described the openly lesbian TV host as being "mean" and others said "she isn't always nice" to her employees.

A source told the New York Post, "It irritates me that people think she's all sweetness and light and she gets away with it."

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DeGeneres was slammed as "tone deaf" after she complained that being at home in her $27 million California mansion was "like being in jail."

Ellen is taping her show with a skeleton crew from her home while on quarantine.

Crew members said they were told to expect a 60 percent decrease in their take home pay, while DeGeneres continues to earn $77 million per year.

DeGeneres managed to find one friend who defended her publicly on Wednesday.

The unnamed source told Us Weekly that "Ellen is at the end of her rope."

"She thought this was all just sour grapes from a few haters. But it's not a passing thing — the hits just keep coming."

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Dr. Anthony Fauci, who leads the U.S. government's response to the coronavirus, confirms he is getting death threats for his doomsday coronavirus estimates.

The immunologist, who served as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984, was issued bodyguards after he received death threats for his doomsday predictions that millions will die from the virus that causes Covid-19.

Fauci, who is accused of overhyping the coronavirus to stay in front of cameras, confirmed he received "disturbing messages" from Americans who want the country reopened after losing their jobs.

Fauci appeared pale and exhausted as he spoke during a White House press briefing on Tuesday. When asked why his voice was hearse, Fauci said he has given too many interviews.

"I've chosen this life," Fauci told NBC 'Today Show' host Savannah Guthrie. "We have a really, really very difficult situation ahead of us. All that other stuff is secondary," he said, before adding he is physically fine.

The U.S. death toll reached 5,000 as the confirmed cases surpassed 216,000. Still, the death toll is a mere 0.00015% of the U.S. population and many of the confirmed cases have recovered.

Millions of Americans have lost their jobs and millions more will be on the unemployment lines in the coming weeks. A record 10 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits in the last 3 weeks.

There are as many Fauci critics as there are admirers. Some believe he is enjoying the media attention.

"How is he working [on] the issue when all he's doing is giving interviews and going on talk shows?" wrote one Daily Mail reader in the comments section.

Another commenter wrote: "stop relying on a little man with a huge EGO for your information. Research your questions online for FREE."

And a third wrote: "Maybe if he didn't step in front of every microphone [scaring] people might help the problem."

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle will have to foot the bill for their own security while living in the U.S., President Donald Trump announced.

The former royal couple fled Canada for California after Canadian officials declined to cover the exorbitant costs of their 24-hour security.

Harry and Meghan officially stepped back as senior members of the royal family at the end of March. They reportedly abandoned their temporary home on Vancouver Island, Canada for a more permanent home in California.

Harry and Meghan had been living under the watchful eye of British security guards and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police while in Canada, part of the Commonwealth of Nations.

But in a Twitter post on Sunday, Trump made it clear they will receive no financial help from the feds to pick up the security tab, which is estimated to cost millions of dollars every year.

He wrote, "I am a great friend and admirer of the Queen & the United Kingdom. It was reported that Harry and Meghan, who left the Kingdom, would reside permanently in Canada. Now they have left Canada for the U.S., however, the U.S. will not pay for their security protection. They must pay!"

The royals have yet to comment on Trump's announcement.

Harry and Meghan previously explained they stepped away from their royal duties to lead a more private life with their baby son, Archie. But friends say Meghan desperately wants to return to acting.

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Security was beefed up at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's $14 million waterfront mansion after highly-trained Scotland Yard officers complained that they are being treated like errand boys.

According to London's DailyMail.com, the protection officers guarding the former royal couple are being sent on errands to fetch groceries and coffees.

Harry, 35, and Meghan, 38, no longer have access to British taxpayer funds, so they don't have Palace staff to run errands for them.

"It is dangerous for one thing," an insider told the Mail. "If something were to happen it would not be good if one of [the guards] was away running an errand or picking up coffee."

Security guards who were sent to the Deep Cove Cafe to pick up coffees for the couple complained to reporters that they are being treated like servants.

The cafe owner has since put up a sign stating that no media is allowed inside.

After the story broke, the former royal couple took new security measures, including a change of the guards.

According to DailyMail.com, Harry and Meghan have installed cameras and tarps outside the property in order to add an extra layer of privacy.

Photos obtained by TMZ shows the extra fencing, tarps in trees and cameras that have been installed along with signs that reads "No trespassing. Thank you!".

Harry and Meghan renounced their titles and fled to Canada to begin their new lives as celebrities. Harry arrived in Canada on Jan. 20 to join Meghan and their son Archie Harrison. The family is staying in a mansion owned by a Russian oligarch.

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The highly-trained Scotland Yard officers sent to protect Britain's Prince Harry and his American wife Meghan Markle in Canada complain that they are being treated like errand boys.

According to London's DailyMail.com, the protection officers guarding the former royal couple are being sent on errands to grocery stores and coffee shops.

One security officer was spotted picking up food for Meghan from her favorite deli on Vancouver Island where she is staying with Harry and their son Archie in a billionaire Russian oligarch's mansion.

A team of 15 guards were flown to Canada to protect the couple after Harry abdicated his royal duties and responsibilities in favor of Meghan's desire to be an actress.

A royal security source told The Sun on Sunday newspaper: "While the guys are happy to be out there doing the jobs, there is a feeling they are carrying out menial tasks, like picking up takeouts and groceries. They are close protection officers - and should be sticking solely to close protection rather than running errands."

Harry, 35, and Meghan, 38, no longer have access to British taxpayer funds, so they don't have Palace staff to run errands for them.

"It is dangerous for one thing," said the insider. "If something were to happen it would not be good if one of [the guards] was away running an errand or picking up coffee."

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Keyshia Cole's security was forced to tackle an overzealous fan who hopped onstage while the Oakland native performed at the COLORS: R&B ONLY concert in West Hollywood. Fans were shocked when a fan jumped onstage and quickly approached the 36-year-old mom-of-one. The fan put an arm over Keyshia's shoulder while she remained calm and continued performing.

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