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Gabrielle Union shared a shocking secret that explains why the "Bring It On" trailer is so different from the movie.

For years, fans of Bring It On wondered why certain scenes in the trailer were left out of the movie.

Now Gabrielle explains that the scenes were not in the movie because they were shot after the movie wrapped.

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Gabrielle played "Isis," the head cheerleader of the Clovers, a Black cheerleading squad from Compton that takes on a team from an affluent school in the cheerleading championship.

The cult classic also starred the late Natina Reed and Shamari DeVoe as the Clovers and Kirsten Dunst, Eliza Dushku, and Jesse Bradford as the rival cheerleaders who lose the title to the more talented Clovers.

"Story time!," Gabby said at the beginning of a now-viral TikTok video, that featured clips from the trailer.

"So, we shot these snippets that you see here after the movie wrapped, because once test-audiences saw the movie they wanted more of the Clovers. We shot these [scenes] only for the trailer, not for the movie, to make people think we were in the movie more than we were. The end."

Over 2 million viewers watched the Tiktok video.

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The Louisiana Supreme Court appointed its first Black female judge to replace a Lafayette judge who blurted out racial epithets.

Judge Vanessa Harris temporarily replaces Lafayette City Court Judge Michelle Odinet who was caught on cell phone video blurting out a racist slur after a burglary at her home.
 
READ ALSO: Judge begs for 'forgiveness' after video captures her use of n-word
 
The incident happened at Odinet's home in Bendel Gardens on Saturday, DailyMail.com reports.

The burglary suspect, who is Black, was chased and tackled to the ground by two male members of the Odinet family.

Ronald Handy, 59, was arrested and charged with two counts of simple burglary.

Afterward, as Odinet and her family watched the incident unfold on her home security footage, they laughed and cracked racist jokes.

One of her 4 children said, "And mom's yelling n****r, n****r," to which Odinet allegedly responds "We have a n****r. It's a n****r, like a roach."

The Republican judge claims she took a sedative which affected her "mental state".
 

Local officials and members of the community have called on Odinet to resign. She has since taken a leave of absence,

"I'm sure that people of color will find it impossible to trust that they will be treated fairly and equally when they have to stand for judgment before Judge Odinet," Lafayette City Marshall Reggie Thomas told the Acadiana Advocate.

CNN reported that Judge Harris will hold the position until Odinet returns from her unpaid leave of absence, or until she is removed from the bench.

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A Louisiana judge is begging for forgiveness after surveillance video captured her using racist slurs. Judge Michelle Odinet blurted the racist slur while her family watched security footage of an attempted burglary at their home.

The incident happened at her home in Bendel Gardens in Lafayette on Saturday, DailyMail.com reports.

The burglary suspect was chased and tackled to the ground by two male members of the Odinet family on the front lawn.

Ronald Handy, 59, was arrested and charged with two counts of simple burglary. He is being held at Lafayette Parish Jail on a $10,000 bond.

Odinet, a mother of four, viewed the video footage with her family when one of her children said, "And mom's yelling n****r, n****r," to which Odinet responds "We have a n****r. It's a n****r, like a roach."

boy gif The full video shows Odinet and her family laughing and making similar racist jokes.

Local officials and members of the community have since called on Odinet to resign.

"I'm sure that people of color will find it impossible to trust that they will be treated fairly and equally when they have to stand for judgment before Judge Odinet," Lafayette City Marshall Reggie Thomas told the Acadiana Advocate.

The Republican judge claims she took a sedative which affected her "mental state".

She has apologized profusely for her behavior.

"My children and I were the victim of an armed burglary at our home," she told The Current.

"The police were called and the assailant was arrested. The incident shook me to my core and my mental state was fragile. Anyone who knows me and my husband, knows this is contrary to the way we live our lives. I am deeply sorry and ask for your forgiveness and understanding as my family and I deal with the emotional aftermath of this armed burglary."

Police say Handy was not armed when he was arrested.

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According to more than 70 current and former staffers, Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver is an unrepentant racist who drops the N-word often.

Sarver, who also owns the WNBA's Mercury, is pictured above with WNBA player Shay Murphy.

According to the report, Sarver once told 2 basketball operations staffers to find local strippers willing to get impregnated by NBA players. He allegedly wanted the players to be motivated to remain in Phoenix close to their offspring.

The shocking details were hashed out in a bombshell report published Thursday by ESPN's Baxter Holmes.

"The level of misogyny and racism is beyond the pale," one Suns co-owner told ESPN about Sarver. "It's embarrassing as an owner."

"There's literally nothing you could tell me about him from a misogynistic or race standpoint that would surprise me," another former Suns basketball executive told ESPN.

Among the sordid details included in the report are:

  • Sarver made inappropriate comments, including discussing when his wife performed oral sex on him.
  • Sarver used racial slur to explain to a staffer why he preferred hiring Lindsey Hunter, who is Black, over Dan Majerle as head coach in 2013.
  • Sarver once asked a female employee whether he "owned" her to determine if she was a Suns employee.

 

Sarver, through his attorneys, acknowledged dropping the n-word once many years ago, but he said other allegations in the report are untrue.

When the reports were made public on October 22, the Suns issued a statement, saying they "urge everyone not to rush to judgement here. Especially based on lies, innuendo, and a false narrative to attack our organization and its leadership."

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Former President Donald Trump sparked anger and outrage when he did the "Tomahawk Chop" during game 4 of the World Series on Saturday.

The Atlanta Braves lead the Houston Astros 3-1 in the series after taking game 4 at Truist Park in Cobb County, near Atlanta, on Saturday night.

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President Trump generated the most headlines when he and former first lady Melania Trump made the Atlanta Braves' "chop" motion during the game.

The Braves' name, mascot, "Tomahawk Chop" and tribal war chants by the crowd are considered "degrading and racist" to American Indians and indigenous groups.

Many say the slicing motion Atlanta players make to simulate "scalping" their opponent is particularly offensive.

Other sports franchises have dropped their Indian names, but the Braves continue to resist calls to be more racially sensitive in today's "woke" environment.

One USA Today writer refuses to name the Braves in his articles about the World Series. Instead, he refers to the team as simply "Atlanta."

Trump's Tomahawk Chop during game 4 sparked more outrage and fury on the left.

Trump previously encouraged a boycott of all baseball games after MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred moved the All-Star game from Atlanta to Denver to protest Gov. Brian Kemp's voting bill.

Commissioner Manfred defended the Tomahawk Chop, saying local indigenous groups are not offended by the gesture.

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Condoleezza Rice shared her thoughts about public schools teaching critical race theory (CRT) to children on ABC's The View.

Rice appeared on Wednesday's episode of The View with co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg, Sunny Hostin, Joy Behar, and Sara Haines.

Rice, the 2nd Black U.S. secretary of state in history, said parents ought to have a say in what their children are taught in schools.

She noted that home schooling is increasing in the United States because parents are fed up with the liberal curriculum in schools.

"[Parents] are actually homeschooling [children] in increasing numbers. And I think that's a signal," Rice said.

"First of all, parents ought to be involved in their children's education... I think parents ought to have a say. We used to have parent-teacher conferences; We used to have [Parent-Teacher Association's]. There are lots of ways for parents to be involved, and they should be."

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Rice, 66, said CRT was not helpful to Black or white students and that white students were being made to feel guilty for systemic racism in the United States.

"The way we're talking about race is that it either seems so big that somehow white people now have to feel guilty for everything that happened in the past," said Rice.

Rice added that she didn't feel teaching CRT in schools was "productive" to Black or white children.

"I don't think that's very productive or Black people feel disempowered by race. I would like Black kids to be completely empowered to know they are beautiful in their Blackness, but in order to do that, I don't have to make white kids feel bad for being white. So, somehow this is a conversation that has gone in the wrong direction."

Rice added:

"We teach the good and we teach the bad of history. But what we don't do is make 7- and 10-year-olds feel that they are somehow bad people because of the color of their skin."

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The Beverly Hills Police Department is being sued over allegations it targeted Black people on prestigious Rodeo Drive.

The court documents, obtained by TMZ, cites arrests of Black people, in some cases, for minor infractions.

Renowned civil rights attorney Ben Crump filed the lawsuit, claiming the City of Beverly Hills created a police task force to harass Black people for minor violations.

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The result was 106 arrests - of which 105 detainees were Black. The one non-Black detainee was Latino. Crump says the Latino could have easily been mistaken as Black.

2 plaintiffs in the lawsuit -- Jasmine Williams and Khalil White -- say they were riding scooters on the sidewalk a year ago, when they were stopped by Beverly Hills cops.

They were handcuffed and taken into custody. According to the suit, prosecutors later dropped the case.

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The lawsuit claims examples of other "crimes" for which Black people were arrested included roller skating, jaywalking and minor traffic infractions in Beverly Hills.

The lawsuit names BHPD Captain Scott Dowling as a defendant. Dowling allegedly directed officers "to seize, interrogate, use force, falsely arrest, and maliciously prosecute any African-Americans who traveled on Rodeo Drive" with the sole purpose of "keep[ing] out African-Americans, who were deemed as 'criminals.".

The lawsuit references another incident last October involving Salahe Bembury -- VP of Sneakers and Men's Footwear at Versace -- who claimed he was detained by police for jaywalking.

In unrelated news, the model up top is Morning Glory Tai Eisley, a 53-year-old interior decorator and West Coast socialite.

Tai decorated her daughter's college apartment on a budget of less than $2,000.

Tai shared how she decorated the entire apartment on a budget of $2,000 below.
 

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British lawmakers may require mandatory social media IDs after three Black England soccer players were flooded with racist abuse.

Bukayo Saka, Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho all missed penalty kicks that resulted in England losing the Euro Cup 2020 final to Italy on Sunday.

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A photo of Rashford reacting to his missed penalty kick went viral on social media.

The overwhelming racist abuse on social media generated headlines around the world. Celebrities and politicians in America condemned the racism.

Sean Combs shared a B&W photo of England's Black players on his Instagram account. He captioned the image:

"We stand with you Kings. Proud of all your efforts on and off the field and we will always support you. Continue to inspire. Love

And to the racists… F*CK YOU!"

Dozens of fans repaired a defaced mural of Marcus Rashford by taping cards, flowers and banners over it.

Thanks to a petition that garnered over 600,000 signatures, UK parliament is debating a new law that would make it mandatory to provide verified identification to create a social media account.

The petition states that the account of a person under 18 must be verified with the ID of a parent or guardian.

The new law makes it easier to trace young hoodlums who post racist or hateful comments on social media.

England had reached the Euro Cup 2020 final for the first time in history on Sunday. Fans took to the streets to celebrate the country's first-ever appearance in the final.

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Dejected England players react to a missed penalty kick while Italy players celebrate in the foreground.

England was the odds on favorite to win. But the three players missed their penalty kicks and Italy won the shootout.

British reality star Katie Price got the ball rolling by asking fans to sign the petition.

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Jalen Rose has apologized after making a racist comment about Cleveland Cavaliers star Kevin Love.

Rose made the comments last week on his Jalen & Jacoby podcast.

The ESPN analyst lit up Twitter when he said Love was a token on the USA men's basketball team.

During the podcast last week, Rose declared the USA Basketball governing body should send an all-Black team to Tokyo to represent the U.S. in the Olympics next months.

"Kevin Love is on the team because of tokenism. Don't be scared to make an all-Black team representing the United States of America."

Rose justified his comments by saying Love was not qualified to earn a spot on the Olympics team.

"Anybody that watched the league this year knows Kevin Love did not have a stellar season, was not the best player on his team and did not necessarily deserve to be on this squad," Rose said.

He claimed USA Basketball only saw Love's white skin color, even though the entire 2016 USA men's basketball team was Black.

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Love won an Olympic gold medal with Team USA at the 2012 London Games. Additionally, the Cavaliers, with Love and LeBron James, won the 2016 NBA championship against the Golden State Warriors.

Rose, a former NBA player, apologized on Monday, saying, "But you know why I'm apologizing right now? To the game. Because I'm what the game made me. I was raised by the all-time greats, and you know what I would never want to do? Disappoint [Rose's late mother] Jeanie Rose or disappoint the all-time greats that raised me."

Twitter accused Rose of jealousy because he was never an all-star, he never won an NBA ring and he was never on the Olympic team.

In the 2000 NBA Finals, Rose intentionally tried to hurt Kobe Bryant by putting his foot under Bryant, when the Lakers star went up for a jump shot.
 

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Joe Biden used the woke term "LatinX" while referring to every Latino and Hispanic American as immigrants.

boy gif The 46th U.S. president made the comment while discussing low vaccination rates among minority groups, including Blacks and Hispanics, during a speech in North Carolina on Thursday.

In addition to touring a mobile vaccination unit, Biden spoke to a mixed crowd of Blacks and Latinos at the Green Road Community Center.

Biden claimed Latinos and Hispanics didn't want to take the experimental spike protein injections because they feared being deported.

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Biden said:

"There's a reason why it was harder to get African Americans -- initially -- to get vaccinated, because they're used to being experimented on. Tuskegee airmen and others, people have long memories. It's awful hard as well to get Latinx vaccinated, Why? They're worried they'll be vaccinated and deported."

The response on social media was outrage, particularly among Hispanic and Latino Americans who object to being referred to as immigrants or "LatinX."

One Twitter user wrote:

"This is just an outrageous statement from President Biden. Latinos don't like to be called 'Latinx,' and you're racist to assume that they're all illegal immigrants."

Another user wrote:

"Joe Biden claiming Latinos don't want to get vaccinated because they’re worried about getting deported is about as racist as it gets. Par for the course for old racist Joe Biden."

A third user tweeted:

"Biden literally said getting Latinx vaccinated is difficult because they think they will be deported if they go in for the vaccine Seems pretty racist to me to imply all 'Latinx' are illegal immigrants. If Trump made that statement yall would be furious!"

And someone else tweeted:

"Now we know who the real racist president is Biden Goes Woke, Calls Latinos 'LatinX' and Assumes They Are All Illegal Aliens."