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Kanye West is hyping a BBC Special that will air on YouTube this Monday. In the show plug, a sweaty, animated rapper sits at the control console of his studio and declares himself the biggest rock star on the planet.
According to our report, Katy Perry's 2013 hit "Roar" will be taken out of the rotation at Cincinnati Bengals games after multiple complaints from fans. Many fans expressed concerns that the song doesn't quite vibe with a live NFL game. The song had been featured heavily during the Bengals' first game this season.
There was a chilling revelation from the U.S. government this weekend, when it was revealed that two nuclear bombs were accidentally dropped near a town in North Carolina during the sixties. According to this report, one of them nearly exploded. Strangely, it was the UK's Guardian publication who made a request for the American government documents using the Freedom of Information Act.
Jennifer Mee, also known as "Hiccup Girl," whose claim to fame was an unusually long bout with the hiccups, has been convicted of first-degree murder. She was thrust into the national spotlight after a case of hiccups that lasted several weeks. She made her rounds on national news and other talk shows as a fifteen-year-old high school freshman. Friday, the 22-year-old woman was convicted of luring a Florida man into a shooting with two of her accomplices. She was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole.