It’s WTH?! Thursday on NewsOne Now and we’re taking a look at all of the insane stories trending in this week’s news.
Joining Roland Martin for this week’s play-by-play WTH commentary are WeTV Digital Correspondent MissterRay, radio host Kittie Kaboom, and Radio and TV Personality Lawrence Kelly, aka Sixth Sense.
This week’s list of pure foolishness begins on the other side of globe in Australia, where a woman who was tired of being hounded by local media put her cigarette out on a reporter’s face. OUCH!
And in a disturbing and inappropriate story, a Las Vegas strip club is “promoting stripping as a way to earn money for college,” according to KVVU-TV. Little Darlings is offering up to $1,000 a night for showing off your goods. Yeah. We definitely shook our heads too.
How far would you go to save your pet from danger? FOX40.com reports a 73-year-old ex-marine who was a boxer and a bouncer in country western bars in Texas punched a 300-pound bear that was trying to eat his chihuahua. Carl Moore told FOX40.com, “I never faced anything in my life that I didn’t figure I can whip.”
Watch Roland Martin and the WTH?! Thursday crew break down all of the insanity in the news in the video clip above.
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Today’s Freedom Fighters
Anti-DEI Bill Would 'Prohibit' Black Fraternities And Sororities In Florida, Lawmaker Worries
Jonathan Majors Video Evidence, 'Woman Recanting' Assault Claim Will Clear Actor Of Charges, Lawyer Says
'Get Out Of The Country': Video Shows Black Man Kicked Out Of School CRT Meeting As 'Racist Woman' Stays
Thanks, Ron DeSantis: Florida School District Pulls 'Ruby Bridges' Movie After 1 White Parent Complains
Graphic Videos Showing Tekashi 6ix9ine Being Brutally Beaten In Florida Gym Go Viral
University Of Kentucky 'Karen' Pleads Not Guilty To Racist Attack On Black Student Despite Video Evidence
NAACP Opposes Cash Reparations To Descendants Of Enslaved People In San Francisco