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O.J. Simpson went viral this week after a hot blonde curved him when he leaned in to kiss her in a TikTok video.

The 74-year-old former running back is seen flirting with a hot blonde in a viral TikTok video.

Simpson was in a Las Vegas nightclub flirting with a chick who fits the profile he likes: hot & blonde.

The former Heisman Trophy winner wore Bigen in his greying hair and a '70s style button-down shirt opened to reveal his hairy chest.

The blonde seemed happy to see O.J., as she yelled, "He's out, baby! He's out!"

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As Simpson leaned in to kiss the young lady, she cringed and leaned away from him.

The young lady wasn't alive when Simpson was accused of fatally stabbing his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman in 1994. But she apparently knew enough about the infamous murder case to be afraid -- very afraid.

The video was first uploaded to TikTok by user @mackenziegd1998.

Watch the video below.

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A woman is accused of recruiting plus-size Black women on TikTok, then forcing them to cut themselves and call her "daddy."

Angela Vandusen, 27, of Michigan, is accused of forming a social media cult called "Daddy's Girls" in 2020 that targeted "insecure plus-sized black women". Angela reportedly encouraged the cult members to call her "daddy."

Angela gained a large following on TikTok by creating videos of herself dancing and lip-syncing provocatively.

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She also shared her weight-loss journey on TikTok and other social media sites. Eventually, she expressed her fondness for BDSM (Bondage, Discipline, Sadism and Masochism), in addition to her preference for BBWs - big beautiful women of color.

One former member, who asked to remain anonymous, told Rolling Stone:

"We don't fit the society's standards of what a body is supposed to look like. It was safe to be around other women – we all looked the same, had the same problems, had the same struggles.

"A lot of girls joined based off the same aspect that we could talk about things and we could all relate to each other."

As more BBW women joined her BDSM cult, Angela's dark side began to emerge. She targeted women who were insecure, submissive and willing to be dominated by her.

Several of the women have spoken out about the abuse they suffered. They say Angela forced them to cut themselves and to pull their hair out of their heads to prove their loyalty.

When Angela had around 50,000 followers, she started charging $50 for weekly livestreams. During one of the livestreams, the male-identified lesbian asked the women to only make videos about her on their pages.

Women who made videos that weren't about Angela were disciplined or lectured to by the other group members.

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Over time, her livestreams became more and more sexual and her rules more strict.

"That's when I realized she's leading these girls on and making them fall in love with her," a former member told Rolling Stone.

One woman showed Rolling Stone a series of text messages from Angela, in which she said she was going to "punish" her for not answering her phone.

"You will be punished for this bulls**t. Stupid f**king b***h. You don't do jack f**king s**t, just lazy for no f**king reason," the text messages read.

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A TikTok user named @auntkaren0 (left) shared a screenshot of text messages allegedly sent by Angela (right) to an ex-Daddy's Girls member encouraging her to "cut deeper" and to "pull 20 strings of hair" out of her head (see the video below).

Angela, whose TikTok username was @AngelaTheeG0ddess, has since been kicked off the platform.

She has not been charged with any crimes, but there is a petition calling for her arrest.

The petition has gained over 22,300 signatures of its 25,000 goal as of Sunday night.

Watch @auntkaren0's video below.


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Inflation is rising, and workers are seeing the effects in their dwindling paychecks.

A waitress said she earned just one penny in her paycheck after working 6 weeks at a Nashville restaurant.

The TikTok user, named Linny, shared an image of her paycheck stub that shows she earned a measly $0.01 for 6 weeks of work.

According to the NY Post, minimum wage for restaurant servers in the U.S. is $2.13 an hour. Waitresses like Linny survive on tips from their customers.

However, in Tennessee, federal, Social Security and Medicare taxes are deducted from earned income. That left Linny with just one penny in take home pay.

In her TikTok post, Linny urged her followers to "Tip your servers!!!"

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Linny's TikTok fans were not exactly sympathetic. A few men told her to create an OnlyFans account. With her striking good looks, she can earn thousands of dollars a week in revenue.

Other TikTok users -- mostly jealous females -- were more blunt.

"It's not my job to pay your bills. I got my own to pay," said one TikTok user.

Another wrote: "Blame the businesses you're working for, not the consumers. In other countries, they don't need to tip because they pay a living wage."

And a third person wrote: "I've easily made $4400 a month being a server. Don't let those empty checks fool you if you're serving and making so much more than you get as an hourly rate."
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Ricardo Land, the delivery driver who filmed cat-sized rats scurrying up a wall at a Popeyes restaurant, has been fired.

Ricardo lost his job at a company that delivers chicken to Popeyes restaurants in Washington, DC.

He filmed inside one DC location that was infested with large disease-carrying rats.

"Look, gotdamn rats. Look at this sh*t," he said as he filmed the rats playing tag in the kitchen.

His TikTok video went viral and resulted in a visit from the DC health department, which promptly shut the restaurant down.

Ricardo did a good thing for the residents of DC. No one wants to eat chicken deep-fried in rat droppings.

The unemployed delivery man launched a GoFundMe account to raise money to feed his 5 children.

In the summary, he wrote:

"Hello everyone I have been suspended from my job due to exposure of the Popeyes franchise due to a swarm of rats in the place i have a family of 5 and due to this incident my family will be hurt by my employer I will not be able to afford rent food or any other necessities to keep my home..."

Ricardo later confirmed he was fired from his job.

So far, his GodundMe has raised nearly $18,000 -- more than he earns delivering chicken in a year.

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A real estate agent is credited with exposing Zillow's home-flipping business model.

In the 2-minute viral video, the Nevada-based agent, Sean Gotcher lays out a hypothetical scenario involving a billion-dollar company that buys entire neighborhoods and flips the houses for a quick dollar profit.

In his hypothetical situation, Gotcher wondered what would happen if the unnamed company created its own neighborhood comps (comparable home prices) to artificially drive up the prices of the homes it was selling.

Gotcher provides an example: the company purchased 30 homes for $300,000 each. Then purchased a home for $340,000 in the same neighborhood. That extra $40,000 would artificially increase the comps in the neighborhood.

"What that just did is create a new comp," Gotcher said.

The video has since garnered over 3 million views and is credited with accelerating the collapse of Zillow's "iBuying" model.

However, both Zillow and Redfin denied overpaying for houses to drive up the comps.

"Intentionally overpaying for homes would be a terrible business model," a Redfin spokesperson said.

Zillow has since halted its iBuying program and has stopped purchasing homes in areas such as Atlanta and Dallas.

The company is looking to sell off 7,000 homes for $2.8 billion -- much lower than what Zillow originally paid for the homes.

Watch Gotcher's video below.



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The Subway worker who was fired from a Providence, Rhode Island store for tampering with food now works at a Taco Bell restaurant.

The man who calls himself "Jumanne Struggled" on social media uploaded a video that shows him preparing tacos at a Rhode Island Taco Bell.

The man went viral on Friday after his videos were posted on's R/awfuleverything sub.

In a video uploaded to YouTube on Oct. 14, the ex-Subway worker filmed himself walking on salad trays that he placed on the floor. He then placed the trays back on the counter to make sandwiches for customers.

In another video, he lines a toilet bowl rim with deli meats, then tosses salad, deli meats and bread on the floor.

In an interview with the Daily Mail, he admitted he trashed the food for TikTok and YouTube ad revenue:

"Unfortunately, I'm a content creator, so I create controversial videos to be able to potentially monetize my audience on YouTube and other social media platforms."

He said he was concerned that he might be arrested but he noted that the rewards (Internet fame and money) outweighed the risks.

"I just reached a point where I decided I would be willing to take a higher risk for a higher reward. There's a lot of consequences within creating controversy but I accept whatever happens."

In a statement to Newsweek on Friday, a Subway spokesperson confirmed the man was immediately fired after the videos surfaced online.

The spokesperson said:

"Subway and our network of franchisees take health and food safety extremely seriously and don't condone any behavior that violates our strict policies in these areas.

"While Subway restaurants are individually owned and operated, we have confirmed with the franchisee of this location that the employee was immediately terminated after he learned of the employee's actions."

No charges have been filed.



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A viral TikTok video shows a shoplifting attempt fail spectacularly after the alleged shoplifter was left behind by her getaway driver.

The video clip shows the alleged shoplifter with a rack full of Nike pants from a Hibbett Sports store at the Edwardsville Marketplace in Illinois.

The alleged shoplifter is seen pounding on the car window and yelling for the getaway driver to unlock the door.

The getaway driver abandons his accomplice after spotting a police officer arriving in the parking lot.

The woman threw down the rack of pants and attempted to flee on foot but the cop gave chase and slapped the cuffs on her.

The hilarious video garnered over 2.6 million likes on TikTok.

The video is captioned: "Wait for it... When shoplifters take ALL the Nike but forget to unlock the door."

Watch the video below.


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TikTok is removing all "Milk Crate Challenge" videos from its platform amid reports of serious injuries including one woman in critical condition.

The crate challenge trend has amassed 15.3 million views on the platform. The challenge involves people climbing a crate pyramid without losing their balance and falling.

TikTok is heeding the advice of orthopedic doctors and health agencies warning of possible life-threatening injuries.

In a statement on Monday, TikTok responded to the viral craze, referring to the trend as "glorifies dangerous acts."

"TikTok prohibits content that promotes or glorifies dangerous acts, and we remove videos and redirect searches to our Community Guidelines to discourage such content. We encourage everyone to exercise caution in their behavior whether online or off."

While the videos have been removed from TikTok, other platforms, including Instagram and Twitter, have allowed the videos.

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) responded to Conan O'Brien's tweet asking for FDA approval before he tries the viral trend.

The FDA tweeted:

"Although we regulate milk, we can't recommend you try that. Perhaps enjoy a nice glass of 2% and return all those crates to the grocery store?"

The Louisiana Health Department told WVLA that hospitals are filled with Covid-19 patients.

"Our hospitals are filled with COVID-19 patients, pushing staff to their limits to provide lifesaving care. Please stay safe. Your local hospital may not be able to help you if you get hurt."

The Baltimore City Health Department took a similar stance.

"With COVID-19 hospitalizations rising around the country, please check with your local hospital to see if they have a bed available for you, before attempting the #milkcratechallenge."

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A Texas woman is reportedly in critical condition after she attempted TikTok's bone-shattering "Milk Crate Challenge."

According to social media reports, the woman was offered $5 from a group of men to take the challenge at a Dallas gas station.

Cell phone video shows the woman attempting to climb the unstable milk crate pyramid. She gets halfway up but falls backwards, hitting her head on the concrete.

Fist responders arrived and transported the woman to a hospital. One EMT said she may not make it, according to

The challenge originally began on TikTok but has spread to other social media platforms.

The light milk crates are stacked to form a step pyramid. To win the challenge, the person must climb to the top crate without toppling the pyramid.

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Serious injuries have been reported. Three people were shot dead in Shreveport, Louisiana wile filming a milk crate challenge.

TikTok has officially issued a statement warning users about the potential dangers of attempting the milk crate challenge.

"TikTok prohibits content that promotes or glorifies dangerous acts, and we remove videos and redirect searches to our Community Guidelines to discourage such content. We encourage everyone to exercise caution in their behavior whether online or off."

The video has been removed from YouTube.


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A Louisiana man and two others were shot dead while filming a TikTok milk crate challenge video on social media.

Shooting erupted just after 5:30 p.m. Sunday outside Linwood Public Charter School in Shreveport, Louisiana.

19-year-old Paris King was among the victims killed while filming a milk crate challenge video.

Video footage shows a man attempting to climb a milk crate pyramid just as gunfire breaks out.

"Get my gun, get my gun!" one man shouted. Another man shouted "Where my baby?" It is unclear if the man doing the crate challenge survived the shooting.

Initial reports were that two people were shot outside the school. First responders found Paris King shot dead in the backseat of a car at the scene.

A police spokesman told NewsWeek that a man tried to drive away after the shooting but stopped when he realized King was shot in the back seat.

The driver of the car, and the other passenger, did not suffer injuries, Newsweek reported.

The milk crate challenge -- part of the "Hood Summer Olympics" series on TikTok -- has spawned thousands of videos on TikTok. Multiple serious injuries have been reported.

Rapper Boosie Badazz challenged fellow rapper YK Osiris to attempt the milk crate challenge for $3,000 on TikTok.

The challenge didn't end well for Osiris.