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#SayWhatNews Sony To Media: Stop Using Hacked Documents

Kevin Hart

  Sony has requested that at least 3 media outlets stop reporting stories based on hacked documents. One of these hacked documents was an email to Kevin Hart that called him a “whore” for asking more money to excessively promote something on twitter. Over the weekend The New York Times, Variety, and The Hollywood Reporter all published stories asserting that ... Read More »

#SayWhatNews: LeBron James Violates Royal Protocol


Prince William and Kate Middleton made their debut in New York this week- stopping by a children’s center followed by a trip to Brooklyn for a Nets vs. Cavaliers game. After the game the royalty met with America’s ‘royalty’ Beyonce, Jay Z and King James. During a photo op LeBron breached protocol when he decided to put his arm around ... Read More »

#SayWhatNews: New Harry Potter Stories On The Way


Harry Potter fans have received and early Christmas gift. J.K Rowling, the author of the popular series, has announced that she will be releasing 12 new Potter stories. They will be posted on her site ‘’ with the first one going live on December 12th. There will be a new stories every day for the following 11 days. This seems ... Read More »

#SayWhatNews D Rose and Reggie Bush Show Support For Eric Garner


During pre-game warm ups for Sunday’s game between the Detroit Lions and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Reggie Bush showed his support and support for the Eric Garner case. His shirt bore the message “I Can’t Breathe”. These were Eric Garner’s last words and a phrase that has been used by protestors and demonstrators across the country who are disputing the Grand ... Read More »

#SayWhatNews Charles Barkley Says Racial Profiling Is Right Sometimes And Speaks On Eric Garner

Charles Barkley On CNN

NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley made some pretty controversial comments during a recent interview with CNN. Barkley commented on the recent ruling in Ferguson and offered his opinion on police behavior. He said that it is “ridiculous” to assert that white officers are just out there killing black people. Barkley went on to call cops “awesome” and labeled them ... Read More »

#SayWhatNews Rams Players Supporting Ferguson Protests Are In The Clear

Rams Hands Up For Ferguson

Five St. Louis Rams players showed support for the recent protests of the Michael Brown case when they entered the stadium for their game against the Oakland Raiders with their hands up in the “don’t shoot” position. The St. Louis Police Officers Association called for Jared Cook and receivers Kenny Britt, Stedman Bailey, Chris Givens and Tavon Austin to be disciplined by the NFL and requested ... Read More »

#SayWhatNews St Louis Police Officer Association Blasts St Louis Rams For Showing Support For Ferguson Protests

Rams Hands Up For Ferguson

The St. Louis Police Officers Association is demanding a public apology from the NFL and the Rams for something 5 players did. When the players came out on gameday on Sunday they had their hands up which is now the universal sign for “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot.” This was for support of Mike Brown and the Ferguson protestors. In their ... Read More »

#SayWhatNews Ray Rice Suspension Lifted

Ray Rice

On Friday former US District Judge Barbara Jones lifted the indefinite suspension issued to Ray Rice. Rice was initially suspended from the NFL for two games for the domestic violence accusations penned against him.  When actual video of him punching his now wife, Janay Rice, in the face and dragging her out of an elevator surfaced, Roger Goodell revised the ... Read More »

#SayWhatNews Darren Wilson Not Indicted – Riots Ensue In Rage

Mike Brown

Late last night the verdict came down in the Darren Wilson case and the St. Louis County prosecuting attorney Robert McCulloch announced that Officer Darren Wilson would not be indicted in the murder of 18 year old Mike Brown. The prosecutor said the jury came to that conclusion as a result of inconsistencies between the actual evidence based off 3 ... Read More »

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