Man And Woman Banned From Airline For Punching Another Over A Reclining Seat

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Traveling can bring out the worst in people. And a man and woman proved just that when they got into a fist fight over a reclining airplane seat. It all started on a Jetstar flight from Phuket to Sydney when a woman reclined her seat back onto a man’s mother. Instead of asking the woman to raise her seat up, the man instead got out of his seat and hit the woman’s seat in retaliation. Passenger Scott Haywood told 3AW, “One of the passengers was distressed as a lady put her seat back on his mother. It was a night flight, so it was two or three o’clock in the morning. This other passenger got out of his seat and clipped that woman’s seat who did that to (the seat of his) mother three or four times…”

White Student Calls Cambodian Roommate The N-Word, Threatens To File Restraining Order For Tweeting Conversation

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Last week, Temple University Junior Mal Sary tweeted several screenshots of a group message thread between her and her roommates, Carissa and Brittany. During the conversation, Carissa, a white student called Mal a n—er several times. When Mal asked her roommate not to call her a racial slur, Carissa justified her actions by claiming that, “Our society pretty much black people have normalized ni—a.” Since Brittany wasn’t actively participating in the group message at the time, Mal decided to have a personal conversation with Carissa about her use of the n-word and how she relates to Black people. Mal then tweeted their conversation to Temple University’s Twitter account again. Although Carissa and Brittany attempted to flip the script on Mal for exposing their incredulous behavior on the internet, social activists have praised Mal for schooling them both on the repercussions anyone can face when using racial slurs…

Chance The Rapper’s “3” Cap Gets Official New Era Release

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Chance The Rapper‘s critically-acclaimed Coloring Book project featured the popular artist donning a No. 3 baseball cap on the cover of the release. Now fans who have been dying to own the cap can now do so after New Era and Chance have made the hat an official release. According to the good folks at HypeBeast, over at Chance’s website, the “3” cap has long since been sold out but can be purchased for $45 a pop when the shelves are eventually restocked. We’re pretty sure that Chance’s rabid fanbase will be see rocking the cap during his shows at various intervals. It’s been a good media year for Chance who already had the good fortune of having his own Twitter emoji based on the “3” cap and a world tour that began with a star-studded kickoff festival in his hometown…

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