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A 2018 video that shows Katt Williams criticizing fellow comedian Tiffany Haddish resurfaced on Friday.

In the video, Williams slammed Haddish, saying she wasn't funny after her breakout role in the 2017 comedy film Girls Trip.

Williams said Haddish didn't deserve the praise and adulation that the media lavished on her because he didn't think she was funny.

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Williams was not the only comedian who was unimpressed by Haddish. The Emmy-winning comedian criticized her during a guest appearance on V-103's Frank and Wanda Show in 2018.

"She ain't done a tour yet. She ain't done a special," Williams said. "She has not proven the ability to tell jokes back-to-back for an hour to nobody."
 

 
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The video of Williams' rant resurfaced after a 22-year-old woman filed a lawsuit against Haddish and fellow comic Aries Spears on Tuesday.

In the lawsuit, filed on behalf of the woman's 15-year-old brother, the plaintiff accused Haddish, 42, and Spears, 47, of "intentional infliction of emotional distress, gross negligence, sexual battery, sexual harassment, and sexual abuse of a minor"

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Haddish and Spears allegedly recruited the two siblings to appear in sexually inappropriate "comedy skits."

The incidents allegedly occurred when the plaintiffs were 14 and 7 years old in 2013 and 2014.

Jane Doe, who is her brother's legal guardian, said she was "physically, emotionally, and mentally uncomfortable" by Haddish and Spears' instructions in the inappropriate skits.

One of the videos titled "Through a Pedophile's Eyes," features Haddish playing the boy's mother and Spears portraying a pedophile uncle.

That video resurfaced and went viral on Friday, sparking a huge public outcry on Twitter.


 

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Teachers are going viral on social media for their inappropriate classroom attire in front of innocent babies.

New Jersey elementary school art teacher, known online as ToyBoxDollz, is going viral for her highly inappropriate outfits that barely cover her substantial curves.

Most of the snaps were taken inside a school, demonstrating the scandalous outfits she chooses to wear in class.

The shameless teacher regularly shares photos and videos of her shapely figure on her Instagram page. Her account @toyboxdollz has over 900,000 followers - including the parents of some of her students.

In some of the sultry snaps, she wears impossibly tight club dresses and jeans that look like they were painted on.

Some of her students are visible in some of the images.

"Looking like this around middle schoolers? Wow how does nobody find this concerning?" one user wrote.

Another person wrote:

"You can be a teacher and still be sexy, however you don't have to post slutty photos or videos shaking your ass to be sexy."

Despite the controversy, Dollz has many supporters, including rapper Fat Joe.

A few fathers say they don't mind the way the art teacher dresses - as long as their children get a quality education.

In her response to the critics on social media, she suggested that the school administration looks the other way because of a teacher shortage.

She also hinted she's doing the school a favor by teaching when she could be earning a lot more money online.

"Trying to body shame me because I am curvaceous is STILL discrimination!!! When everyone is done debating back and forth whether my curves are appropriate or inappropriate to exist on this planet earth, I need you go do me a favor, really quick research shortage, teacher shortage. Look that up. Our educational system is still recovering from these last few years of nonsense keep that in mind when you are trying to get someone out of their job."

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The Vatican is getting closer to solving the mystery of who 'liked' a bikini model's photo from Pope Francis' official Instagram account.

It's doubtful that the head of the Catholic Church 'liked' the naughty photo himself.

It's more likely that a Vatican official forgot to log out of the Pope's account before logging into his own page to browse the IG profiles of scantily clad models.

A sharp-eyed Twitter user spotted the Pope's 'like' and the post went viral on social media.

Barstool Sports captioned the freaky photo: "Pope Francis is horny as hell."

While Pope Francis is staying out of the controversy, Brazilian model Natalia is enjoying her newfound fame. It's not everyday that the Pope gives an Instagram escort his blessing.

"At least I'm going to heaven," Natalia joked.
 

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O.J. Simpson weighed in on Jeffrey Toobin's Zoom masturbation scandal on Monday.

The former NFL running back jokingly compared Toobin to Pee-Wee Herman in a video clip he posted on his Twitter account on Monday.

"Daaaaamn, Jeffrey Toobin. At least Pee-wee Herman was in an X-rated movie theater. I'm just saying," Simpson laughed.

Herman was a fictional children's character portrayed by comedian Paul Reubens, who was arrested for exposing himself in an adult theater in July 1991.

Toobin, 60, was participating in a Zoom video call with his colleagues at New Yorker magazine and WNYC radio staffers when he began pleasuring himself.

The writers on the call included Jane Mayer, Evan Osnos, Masha Gessen and Jelani Cobb, who were simulating scenarios for the upcoming presidential election.

At some point during a break in the Zoom call, a few of the writers observed Toobin begin to masturbate.

New Yorker editor David Remnick sent an email to staffers informing them that Toobin had been suspended.

"Please be assured that we take such matters seriously and that we are looking into it. Best, David," Remnick wrote.

Toobin apologized on Monday for the "embarrassingly stupid mistake."

"I made an embarrassingly stupid mistake, believing I was off-camera. I apologize to my wife, family, friends and co-workers," Toobin told Motherboard

"I believed I was not visible on Zoom. I thought no one on the Zoom call could see me. I thought I had muted the Zoom video," he added.

Toobin, a Harvard law grad, will also take a leave of absence from CNN, where he served as chief legal analyst.

Toobin made a name for himself covering Simpson's double murder case, which was dubbed "the trial of the century" in 1995.

His book on the murder case was adapted as a TV series, The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story, which won 9 Emmy Awards.

Simpson, 73, was acquitted of the murders of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ron Goldman. But a civil jury found him liable for wrongful death and battery. Simpson was ordered to pay over $33 million in damages to the Goldman family.

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Howard Stern trended on Twitter.com after an unearthed video clip showed him wearing blackface and telling racist jokes during a comedy skit.

The clip was posted on Twitter.com, and retweeted by Donald Trump, Jr. prompting a backlash against Stern, who had claimed on daytime talk show "The View" that he never used the 'N-word'.

In the skit, Stern plays actor Ted Danson in blackface while seated on the lap of the late comedian Sherman Helmsley, who plays Danson's then-girlfriend Whoopi Goldberg.

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Helmsley, best known for his role as George Jefferson on CBS television series All in the Family and The Jeffersons, pretends to be shocked as Stern drops the N-word repeatedly while saying, "Whoopi wrote it."

The skit was a parody of Danson's infamous blackface performance with Goldberg at a Friar's Club roast in 1993. Stern's sidekick Robin Quivers is seen in the clip criticizing Stern for his repeated use of the N-word.

Stern expressed regret about the controversy on his SiriusXM show on Monday: "The s**t I did was f**king crazy," Stern said. "I'll be the first to admit. I won't go back and watch those old shows; it's like, who is that guy.

"The big headline is this, and this is my fear in all of this," Stern continued. "I was able to change my approach, able to change my life and change how I communicated. If I had to do it all over again, would I lampoon Ted Danson, a white guy in blackface? Yeah, I was lampooning him and saying, I'm going to shine a light on this. But would I go about it the same way now? Probably not. Not probably, I wouldn't."

Stern challenged Trump Jr. and his father President Trump to seek therapy.

"At the same point, I will say, it f**king distresses me that Donald Trump Jr. and Donald themselves won't go into psychotherapy and change. Why not change the way you're approaching things because, wearing a mask is not a bad thing?"
 

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