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Kareem Hunt Is Released By Kansas City Chiefs After Video of Him Attacking Woman Is Released

First, Ray Rice:


https://www.democraticunderground.com/120442049


Then Dante Fowler:


https://www.democraticunderground.com/120462534


and now this:
KC Chiefs Kareem Hunt in February 2018 Video Attacking Woman

Kareem Hunt's status with the Kansas City Chiefs was in limbo Friday night after video surfaced of the reigning NFL rushing champion striking a woman during an incident at a Cleveland hotel...Police were called to the scene during the Feb. 10 incident, but no charges were filed...though two police reports were created. Hunt is listed as the suspect in one of them and a woman, Abigail Ottinger, is the suspect in the other one...

The video, published by TMZ, shows Hunt knocking over and kicking a woman in the hotel hallway...(and) lunging toward a woman and several others...(T)he second-year pro (was) restrained several times...Hunt later shoves an individual and knocks down a woman, whom he then kicks on the ground.

The Chiefs and the NFL have been aware of Hunt's incident since it occurred...Hunt was at the Chiefs' facility earlier Friday in preparation for Sunday's trip to Oakland, but was excused and sent home...Hunt could be placed on the NFL's Commissioner Exempt List, which...means the player is paid and does not count against the club's 53-man roster, (b)ut he can't practice or play until he is removed from the list.

When asked about the offseason incidents during training camp, Hunt replied: ''I've learned from it and just focus on football.''






Maybe Hunt should have focused on outbidding TMZ for the video...


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I winced when I learned that Lady Gaga was in the newest remake of A Star Is Born

I knew instantly that it wouldn't work for me because her voice is too generic.

I had no problem imagining the characters played by her predecessors Judy Garland (in 1954) and Barbra Streisand (in 1976) being told, "Sorry, but while you have the right voice, you don't have the right look," and needing someone further up the ladder to help them through the door. Fortunately, director/co-star Bradley Cooper realized that in these times, Gaga's character would be told "Sorry, but you don't have the right voice OR looks," and has her complain instead that she's not good-looking enough for her songwriting abilities to be noticed, never mind respected. But that's a crock, too, of course: if her songs WERE any good, someone would have noticed and given her the opportunity to sell them to superior vocalists who could make them BOTH rich and famous!








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SOP for Kanye -- serving up a controversy-sells salad with meltdown dressing

And just in time for the release of new album, of course!

https://twitter.com/kanyewest/status/989163475636142080
https://twitter.com/KimKardashian/status/989170257238487043
https://twitter.com/kanyewest/status/989177694309859328
https://twitter.com/kanyewest/status/989179757651574784
https://twitter.com/kanyewest/status/989180180659777536
https://twitter.com/kanyewest/status/989192498307219456
One minute he's a pioneering advocate of independent thought, the next minute he's a henpecked husband. He's in a sunken place, all right -- a mental and marital prison.


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The Truth About The Kanye West/Taylor Swift "I Made That Bitch Famous" Feud



Taylor posted this on Instagram in July 2016:



2009 was when Kanye interrupted Taylor's acceptance speech at an awards show and announced that Beyonce should have won, inspiring President Obama to call him "a jackass."

"Where is the video of Kanye telling me he was going to call me 'that bitch' in the song?" is an excellent question. Unfortunately for Taylor, this is also an excellent question: "Why didn't you ask that question five months ago?"

If Taylor had complained that "The lyrics Kanye read to me did not contain the word 'bitch'" when the song was released in February 2016, Kanye and his wife Kim Kardashian would have had to keep their mouths shut about the video -- not so much because they may have recorded it illegally, but because it would have proved that Obama was right.

While all three of them are guilty of lying by omission, Taylor would be running victory laps over "Kim-Ye" in her stiletto heels if she hadn't also counted on no one being able to prove that she'd lied by omission. Sorry, Taylor, but the only assassin of your character is you.


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