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Matt James, his BFF Tyler Cameron, and three of their friends spent the day getting manis, facials and bikini waxes at a beauty spa.

In a video posted on his YouTube channel, Bachelorette alumni Tyler, 27, took his roommate Matt, 29, to the spa so the Bachelor star could have a first-hand experience of what millions of women go through.

Wearing black bathrobes with their initials embroidered on them, the four men spent a beautiful day getting beauty services together.

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"So we've done our nails, we've done our faces. Now, it's time to really put you through the test of what women go through," Tyler said as he escorted his three friends to the bikini wax room. "Now you're about to see what it's really about. We are at the waxing bar."

Tyler explained he wanted to use the "white strips" on his "pubes." But the wax specialist "really, really" did not recommend doing that. So she used one large white strip -- and Tyler screamed in pain when the waxer ripped the strip off.

"He's bleeding," said Matt, who was waiting his turn. "That's normal," the waxer pointed out.

"He's the dude who recommended this," said Matt. "So he's gotta nut up -- no pun intended."

Matt and Tyler met in college and they have been together ever since, even buying a home together. The two men deny rumors they are romantically involved, despite the suspicious photos that surfaced online.
 

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A biracial college student says he doesn't regret sharing a video of a white high school classmate uttering a racial slur because she should have known better.

Mimi Groves was excited after earning her learner's permit and was sitting in traffic when she dropped the N-bomb in a video.

Groves, who was 15 at the time, said, "I can drive, n*****s," in the video.

The high school student from Leesburg, Virginia sent her video to a friend on Snapchat, where classmate Jimmy Galligan, 18, spotted it, The Sun reports.

Galligan reportedly saved the video for a year before he posted it on social media right when he knew that Groves, now 19, had chosen to attend the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in June.

She was kicked off the University of Tennessee cheerleading squad and eventually withdrew from the school under pressure from admissions officials, according to The NY Times. They told her they'd received hundreds of emails and phone calls from outraged alumni, students and the public asking them to revoke its admission offer.

Groves, the cheerleading captain on her high school team, was mortified. She had just been accepted to the university's cheer team when the video dropped -- right around the time of the George Floyd protests.

Groves had urged her friends and followers to "protest, donate, sign a petition, rally, and do something" in support of Black Lives Matter.

One of her social media followers responded: "You have the audacity to post this, after saying the N-word."

Groves said that, at the time, she "didn't understand the severity of the word, or the history and context behind it."

"I was so young," Groves said. She added that the slur was in "all the [rap] songs we listened to, and I'm not using that as an excuse."

She said her entire family was struggling with the public shaming.

"It honestly disgusts me that those words would come out of my mouth," Groves said. "How can you convince somebody that has never met you and the only thing they've ever seen of you is that three-second clip?"

Galligan was unmoved by Groves' tearful apologies.

"I wanted to get her where she would understand the severity of that word," Galligan told the New York Times.

He added: "If I never posted that video, nothing would have ever happened" to her.

Feeling proud of himself, Galligan said he will always remember he "taught someone a lesson."

Galligan is now enrolled in his freshman year at Vanguard University in California while Groves lives at home, taking online classes at a nearby community college.

One of her friends, who is Black, said Groves apologized to her long before the video went viral.

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A DeKalb County businessman has agreed to sell his gas station after a clerk was caught on camera yelling that he hates the Black community.

The incident happened in mid October at a Exxon gas station on Flat Shoals Road in east Atlanta.

A customer filmed the clerk yelling "I don't give a f*&k about the black neighborhood, okay?" The incident caught the attention of activist Joe Jones who organized a protest outside the station that lasted more than 60 days.

"We sent a clear message that we will no longer tolerate disrespect," Jones told CBS 46 News. The owner, Rahim Sivji apologized, but the protests continued because of alleged racist incidents at the same gas station in the past.

"It is, in fact, a privilege to get Black dollars," Jones said.

Sivji told CBS46 he made the decision to sell the store because he feared for his life.

"They tried to put me out of business," Sivji said in a phone call with CBS46. He added that he lost 70% of his revenue due to the protest.

"It got to the point over here where I'm just thinking either its -- I have to save my life or save my store. I said, okay... hell with my store, I want to say my life."

Sivji signed an agreement to sell the gas station with an option for Jones to buy it for $5 million.

Jones launched a GoFundMe page that raised over $2,000 of a $5 million goal.

He is pleased that the owner agreed to sell. "You know, this is a perfect opportunity to take this situation and try to promote, uh, a situation of Black ownership," Jones said.
 

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A TikTok video posted by an NFL wife is going viral due to its submissive content -- considered a controversial topic in the Black community.

Chanen Raygoza, wife of New Orleans Saints wide receiver Juwan Johnson, shared a video that shows a routine day in the life of an NFL wife.

She rises at 6 a.m. very morning to make breakfast for her man. She pours sugar and syrup on his eggs because he has a sweet tooth. Then she gets busy making the bed, cleaning the shower and picking his clothes up off the floor. She also stops by the salon for eyelashes extensions "so I look pleasing to him."

Naturally, the comments section is in shambles. American women are highly critical of submissive a wife who knows her lane.

One Instagram user wrote: "these are jokes right. I keep seeing tiktoks about these white women being slaves to these black men lol."

Another IG user wrote: "she sounds like an indentured servant but no nothing is wrong with taking care of your husband and home but."

And a third wrote: "This is slavery."
 


 

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Durell Rellz, a flamboyant car salesman for Richards Honda dealership, is going viral online thanks to his flaming sales pitch.

Radio personality Rickey Smiley uploaded the video to his YouTube channel. He captioned the video, "When you mix digital underground with @Gary With Da Tea ... Follow Durrell on Instagram @durellyrellz."

In the video, Durell hops out of a Honda trunk, then prances while singing his catchy trademark line: "Where the money reside?"

His pitch is so popular that he created a t-shirt line with his catchphrase on the front.

Question: Would you buy a car from Durell?
 

 

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A viral video that shows rapper Wiz Khalifa sharing an intimate father-son moment has sparked debate on social media.

The video shows the 33-year-old "Black and Yellow" rap star kissing his 7-year-old son, Sebastian, on the mouth.

The response to the kiss was largely negative, as many said the boy is too old to kiss his father.

An Instagram user left this comment under the original video source:

"[W]ho in the rightful mind kiss their son in the mouth especially a guy that sh*t is nasty. all you're doing is pushing the agenda more to the public eye and telling kids it's okay to kiss men in the mouth when it's not some of ya are f***ing sick asf ya need jesus fr [sic]."

But not everyone agreed with the judgmental folks.

"Y'all are strange. He kissed his son good morning for like a second," wrote one Instagram user.

Another user wrote: "I don't see anything wrong with it. It was a little peck, They took this way out of context. Yes these peoples are extraaaa, but, that's social media for you! Smh."

And a third wrote: "There was nothing wrong with this interaction... A father showing love to his son. I'm sorry that all young boys can't receive this kind of love from their fathers. Maybe we'd have less toxic men if we normalized farthers showing affection to their sons. IJS."

Sebastian is Khalifa's son with Instagram model and entrepreneur Amber Rose, 37.

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State Rep. Cynthia Johnson was stripped of her House committee seats after she appeared to threaten Trump supporters in a viral video.

In Facebook videos posted over the weekend, Johnson warned Trump supporters to "be careful" and "walk lightly."

Johnson, a Democrat, also mentioned "soldiers" and appeared to suggest that they take up arms against Trump supporters.

"And for those of you who are soldiers, you know how to do it. Do it right. Be in order. Make them pay," Johnson said in the video.

In a subsequent post, Johnson clarified that she meant "soldiers against racism," not armed militants.

She claimed she received "death threats" after her aggressive questioning of Rudy Giuliani during a hearing last week on election fraud.

But State House Speaker Lee Chatfield, a Republican, said Johnson's behavior in the viral video was inappropriate, unacceptable and un-American.

Chatfield said Johnson would be stripped of her seats on the Agriculture; Oversight committee; and Families, Children and Seniors committees.

"Threats to Democrats or Republicans are unacceptable and un-American," Chatfield said. "They're even more unbecoming of an elected official. Rep. Johnson has been stripped of her committees and we're looking into further disciplinary action as the proper authorities conduct their investigation."

Johnson did not respond to a reporter's request for comment.
 

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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 viral video shows a Black mom going off on her son for not voting for Democratic candidate Joe Biden on Nov. 3.

"I told you to do Biden! Now we done lost the vote... that's gon' go to Trump!" the woman screamed as she struggled to keep her car on the road. A woman in the car is heard giggling hysterically as mother and argue over his right to vote for the candidate of his choice.

"Stop worshiping these people like they're a f***ing god," said the son.

"Ain't nobody worshipping them. But gotdammit Chris, we need somebody in there with some mf sense!"
 

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Miami police escorted an unruly passenger off a Delta flight after she slapped a flight attendant who asked her to wear a mask.

The flight from Miami to Atlanta was preparing to take off when the altercation occurred in front of shocked passengers.

Other passengers filmed the incident and shared the footage on social media.

The video shows the flight attendant asking the female passenger and her boyfriend to buckle up and wear their face masks in accordance with local ordinances.

But the passenger refused to put on her face mask which was hanging under her chin. The passenger's boyfriend tried to hold her back after she slapped the flight attendant in the face.

Other passengers stood up and intervened in the argument, separating the two women.

The footage shows Miami police escorting the couple off the plane moments later. The flight was delayed for 4 hours.

"The police have boarded the aircraft. The passenger does now seem to be leaving," said Katty Kay, a journalist with BBC News, who was on the flight. "The @Delta flight attendants handled it with remarkable patience and good humor," she tweeted.

There have been numerous altercations over airline passengers refusing to wear face masks amid the weakening pandemic.

A recent study by the CDC shows 74% of people who always wear face masks were infected with Covid-19. The same study shows only 12% of people who never wear face masks were infected.