Newsweek kicked off 2018 by being extremely offensive. Without explanation, the magazine tweeted a photo of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in a casket. The photo included the bizarre caption “Has anybody seen my old friend Martin?” If you want to see the photo, which we will not post, click here.
Bernice King, Dr. King’s daughter, tweeted “Why?” See below:
Newsweek has since issued an apology.
However, what in the hell was Newsweek thinking? This apology should have came with a detailed explanation.
Bad Boy Gone Good
According to TMZ, Diddy was hosting his annual New Year’s Eve party in Miami when “he came across a woman slumped over on some furniture.” Diddy sprung into action “rousing the lady from unconsciousness and holding her steady as she came to.” Good to see Diddy doing a good deed for a woman in need of help. As we all know, some men in power aren’t as kind. The moment was captured on video, watch below or click here.
Singer Erkyah Badu was pulled over by the cops in Dallas, Texas over the weekend. However, she didn’t break the law — the cops pulled her over solely because they wanted to say hi. Watch below:
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