Social Media has been wrecking homes for years, but for 21 year old Laura Montanez, it ruined her life.
New iPhone update is going to make texting a lot more fun.
iPhone users probably receive software update notifications every few months. These updates usually include new applications, more efficient phone settings, and our favorite—better emojis. Well Apple’s IOS 10 update is going to take texting to another level.
Listed below are the new texting features iPhoners get to look forward to. (provided by TheShadeRoom)
Mass Shooting In Florida Nightclub
Police are calling it a mass casualty shooting: after 50 people were found dead and 53 injured at a Florida night club. Pulse, a gay night club in downtown Orlando, was like a scene out of a movie according to witnesses. Early Sunday morning an unknown gunman held club goers hostage while firing 20 to 30 rounds into the crowd.
When police arrived gunfire was exchanged between them and the assailant leaving him dead at the scene. Motives and word on whether or not the killer had an assistant is still in question. The possibility of this tragedy being a terrorist attack is still under investigation.
Now that prom season is over I want to highlight some of the looks that killed the prom scene in Rochester, NY for 2016.
These ladies and gentlemen anticipated this evening their entire high school career, and a few didn’t come to play they came to slay.
This year these teens definitely showed how fashion has evolved drastically over the years:
Is it just me or does it seem like athletes and strip clubs don’t mix!? Reports of athletes getting into altercations more than often occur at strip clubs, or am I trippin’!? Well over the weekend my theory was proven. Somewhere in Dallas, NFL football player Aqib Talib, was involved in a dispute, at a local strip club, that resulted in him and two others being shot. Apparently Talib was so intoxicated that he can’t even remember how it all happened (smh).
The Broncos’ cornerback suffered a bullet wound to his right leg, but is expected to recover rather quickly. Talib was treated and released from Medical City Dallas Hospital on Monday, but he will not be able to participate in the organized team activities for the month of June