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A dispute between neighbors over shoveled snow ended in a murder-suicide in Plains Township, Pennsylvania.

Surveillance video shows James Goy, 50, and Lisa Goy, 48, shouting obscenities at neighbor, Jeffrey Spaide, 47, who objected when they apparently shoveled snow into his yard.

As the argument escalated, the Goys threatened Spaide if he set foot in their yard. Surveillance shows Spaide shoot the stunned couple with a handgun.

James Goy ran toward his home, screaming, "Call the cops! He shot me!"

The footage shows Spaide stand over Lisa Goy and shoot her twice at close range, as she yelled "You f***er, you!"

Spaide went back to his house, as neighbors emerged from their homes to help the couple.

Spaide then returned with an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle. "You should have kept your f***ing mouth shut," he said before shooting Lisa Goy in the head at close range.

Spaide then shot James Goy to death before going back to his house and using another rifle to kill himself.

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You may have heard about the video that leaked of Kanye West yelling at Chance The Rapper in a Wyoming studio while recording his upcoming DONDA album.

According to other bloggers, Kanye was upset about Chance's opinion about a song. The video went viral after it was posted to YouTube on Jan. 23.

The leaked video had a "YZY TV" watermark in a corner -- suggesting that it was part of a documentary about the making of the DONDA album, according to London's Daily Mail, which uploaded the video.

In the video, Kanye is seen in a room with a few men. He climbs over a piece of furniture while yelling, "Josh! Where's the bass?"

Later, he is seen whispering in Chance's ear, and in other scene, he goes off on Chance, telling him "Sit yo a** down and listen to the album or leave!"

Roc-A-Fella co-founder Damon Dash, who produced the documentary, shared his views about the confrontation between the two Chicago natives.

"You know my thing is just get rid of the people that are triggering, get them out of here and let's just have fun being creative. So, you know, Kanye is finishing his album."

Damon says, despite the blowup in the leaked video, the two artists remain good friends.

"Chance, honestly, because of what he was reading [about Kanye's mental issues], he came through just to check [on] Kanye. You know, again, Kanye deals with his [mental] issues at all times. They got into it, but they worked it out," he said.

"At the end of the day, Chance was there just to be a friend.”

Kanye moved to Wyoming in 2019 to get away from his estranged wife, Kim Kardashian, who seemed to be enjoying the gossip surrounding the video leak.

She shared a photo of herself covered in frosting, which she captioned, "Don't be messy."

No one knows if Kim was referring to her estranged husband yelling at Chance, or the fans who are commenting about the video leak.

Chance The Rapper first appeared on Kanye's 2016 hit "Ultralight Beam" off his critically acclaimed album The Life of Pablo.

Many say 2016 was the last year that Kanye released meaningful music.
 


 

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Trey Songz was arrested on Sunday, Jan. 24, after yet another physical altercation with a police officer.

The "Slow Motion" star was watching the Kansas City Chiefs play the Buffalo Bills at Arrowhead Stadium when he was heckled by some fans sitting several rows behind him.

When Trey asked them to stop heckling him for not wearing a mask, he was approached by an officer, who - according to witnesses - "went after him, without warning".

"Trey was totally caught off guard when the officer got physical with him, and the singer started to defend himself," a witness told TMZ.com.

A video of the incident shows Trey and the officer struggling, before the troubled rapper punched the policeman in the head, and put him in a headlock. The officer then pinned Trey to a seat, with fans shouting at him to get off the musician until back-up arrived.

Once additional officers arrived, they separated Trey and the officer, and slapped the 36-year-old father-of-one in handcuffs.

According to TMZ, Trey was arrested for the misdemeanors of trespassing and resisting arrest, and the felony of assaulting a police officer. He's on a 24-hour hold, and is due to be released on Monday night.

Trey was previously arrested in December 2016, following a performance at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit. He was charged with felony assault of a police officer and misdemeanor aggravated assault for injuring a photographer.

Trey pleaded guilty in August 2017 to two reduced counts of disturbing the peace, and was sentenced to 18 months of probation, substance screening and anger-management classes.
 

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Rapper Boosie Badazz took his first baby steps after suffering a gunshot wound to his leg during a drive-by in Dallas, Texas in November.

Boosie was among multiple rappers who were shot during a violent crime wave targeting rappers last year.

The Louisiana native was shot after attending a memorial for his friend and collaborator, Mo3, who was killed on a Dallas freeway in November.

Boosie, who had been in a wheelchair for nearly two months, took to social media on Tuesday to celebrate his ability to walk on his own.

After asking for assistance to stand up, Boosie proceeded to take a few tentative steps. "I think I can take a few steps, man," he said before rising from the wheelchair and pushing his assistant away.

"Look, I got this b*tch. I got this b*tch," he said before stumbling into the camera. "Man, get your handicapped a** back in the chair now," said the cameraman.

"Hey, I just took my first steps!" Boosie shouted. "You saw me do my sh*t, yeah b*tch! Yeah, it's up!"

"I'm out of breath from that little walk... Man, I'm out of shape, man. I'm out of shape, man. Man. That little walk got me tired already."

The rapper, who has a physical therapist, was in danger of losing his leg to amputation just a month ago.
 

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A hospital worker in Texas is accused of pretending to inject a male nurse with the Covid-19 vaccine by using an empty syringe.

Footage aired by KTSM 9 News showed a hospital worker injecting 5 nurses with Covid-19 vaccines.

Sharp-eyed viewers noticed the syringe appeared to be empty and the plunger was already pushed in before the healthcare worker gave the shot to the second nurse.

Some viewers accused the 2 hospital workers of conspiring to fake the injection.

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"Some eagle-eyed KTSM 9 News viewers wondered if the worker received the vaccine at all," KTSM wrote, adding that a reporter reached out to the medical center to find out what happened.

A hospital spokesperson initially claimed that all 5 nurses received the full first dose of the vaccine.

But after careful review of the news footage the spokesperson acknowledged that the second nurse "did not receive a full dose of vaccine."

The spokesperson continued: "We want to remove any doubt raised that he was not fully vaccinated and further strengthen confidence in the vaccination process."

The hospital claimed the male nurse was "vaccinated again."

"The nurse in question today was vaccinated again. UMC has confirmed with the US Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) that re-vaccinating the nurse will not cause adverse effects.

"The nurse will need to return after three weeks to receive his second dose."

Thousands of nurses and doctors around the country have said they will decline the vaccine because it was rushed to market without being fully tested.

Last week, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Pfizer's vaccines for "emergency use," meaning Pfizer was allowed to skip the animal testing phase.

UPMC in Pennsylvania, one of the nation's largest hospital systems, has said it will not force it's 89,000 employees to get the vaccine.
 

 

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Shocking video shows a brutal assault on a woman in a shopping center in upscale Buckhead, a suburb north of Atlanta.

The video, originally published by @atlscoop on Instagram, shows a person attempting to snatch a woman's purse after knocking her to the ground.

The incident occurred on Dec. 13 outside the Old Navy Store in the Buckhead Station shopping center across the street from Lenox Square Mall, where there have been at least seven shootings in the past year.

The person approached the woman, knocked her to the ground and tried to snatch her purse. But she held onto her purse with a tight grip as the person dragged her across the parking lot.

Several bystanders rushed over to assist the woman, as the thief rifled through her purse before fleeing the scene on foot.

Comments under the video ripped Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms for the escalating crime spree that has rocked Atlanta and its surrounding suburbs.

One IG user wrote: "Talk to Mayor Bottoms, Atlanta crime is out of control!!!"

Another user wrote: "Thanks to our cop hating race bating Mayor of Atlanta for allowing our city to turn to sh*t. Come back from your other home in Martha’s Vineyard and fix our city now."

And a third wrote: "Actor Josh Groban had his car broken into there in broad daylight!?"

Channel 2 Action News anchor Jovita Moore suggested the seven shootings at Lenox Mall were committed by opportunistic criminals who migrated to Atlanta from locked down states because the Peach city is wide open during the Corona outbreak.

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Dave Chappelle flipped out on a fan who approached his table at a hotel restaurant without a mask on.

Cellphone footage released by Dailymail.com shows the comedian, who requires masks at his comedy shows, chastising a female fan who approached him and a group of friends at the Four Seasons hotel in Austin, Texas.

Chappelle was in town doing "socially-distant" live shows on November 16, 17, and 18.

The video was taken by part-time actor Chad Laboy, who says a friend approached Chappelle without wearing a mask. Laboy stated, "My friend didn't have her mask on when she walked over to his table and rightly so, they chastised her for it."

He continued, "She apologized and offered to put her mask on, but continued to get berated. No one at their table was wearing a mask, but the group was extremely rude, saying things like, 'we don't know you', 'get the f**k away', and began calling her names."

Laboy pointed out that Chappelle and his crew weren't wearing masks either. Laboy added that Chappelle was trying to deescalate the situation, which was shown in the video, but he says that Chappelle's friends continued to be aggressive, including one man who shoved him and tried to snatch his phone.

Laboy says Chappelle and his group of friends later confronted them at their table and Chappelle told him, "You a bi**h a** n****a." The Austin PD arrived, and after hearing Laboy's side of the story, they gave them all a "trespass warning for a full year and we could not return to the hotel during that time or we would be arrested."
 

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A Black Lives Matter activist who was caught on camera sucker punching a Trump supporter was arrested and charged with aggravated assault.

Kenneth Wayne DeBerry, 39, was caught on camera sucker punching a man from behind and leaving him bleeding in the street. The incident happened after the "Million MAGA March" in Washington DC on Saturday.

DeBerry was also charged with disorderly conduct, inciting violence, and being a felon in possession of a gun. A gun was recovered when police searched DeBerry after he was taken into custody.

Video footage captured by the @VenturaReport shows the victim was the aggressor at the start of the altercation.

Police also arrested a group of Black Lives Matter supporters, including a woman (in green coat) who stole the victim's cellphone while he was unconscious on the ground.

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A female Black Lives Matter activist was knocked unconscious after she reportedly stole an American flag from a member of the Proud Boys at the massive Trump march in Washington DC on Saturday, Nov. 14.

Cellphone videos show the Black woman holding an American flag while fending off a group of white males with a switch blade.

Another BLM activist on a motorcycle appears to be with the woman. Both women wore motorcycle helmets.

The caption under one of the videos explains that the woman stole the flag from a Trump supporter. When the men demanded the flag back, she yelled, "Don't touch my wife!"

Moments later, a man snatched the flag away from her, causing her to drop the knife.

When she reached down to pick up the knife, another man clobbered her from behind with his motorcycle helmet.

She lost consciousness and collapsed in the street as her "wife" sped off on the motorcycle.

A second video shows a crowd of white males surrounding the woman who regained consciousness and was struggling to get up.

"Don't even f***ing help her!" one man shouted when a police officer assisted the dazed woman to her feet.

The incident was just one of many violent clashes between Trump supporters and far-left groups at the massive Trump March on Washington.

The Secret Service estimates 365,000 people attended Saturday's march in support of their president who refuses to concede to Joe Biden.
 

 

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A phone repair technician found himself caught in the crosshairs between a cheating man and his partner who suspected him of cheating on her.

The couple left his cell phone at the repair shop. When the repair tech opened the back of the phone he found a note and a crisp one hundred bill from the desperate man begging him not to fix the phone.

The woman returned to the shop by herself a day early to pick up the phone, but the tech told her he didn't repair the phone because he didn't want to be involved in their drama.

He handed her the phone, the note and the one hundred dollar bill.

Click the link below to see what happened next.
 

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