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    Getty Rajon Rondo #9 and Paul Pierce #34 of the Boston Celtics celebrate after they won 93-91 in overtime against Udonis Haslem #40 of the Miami Heat in Game Four of the Eastern Conference Finals On the newest episode of the ‘Ticket & The Truth’ podcast, former Boston Celtics stars Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett had some strong words for where they feel the Miami Heat stand this season and what may be holding them back. Pierce criticized the team’s second stars and called Bam Adebayo inconsistent, while Garnett questioned the identity of the current Heat squad.  “What’s Miami’s identity?” asked Garnett. “That’s the first thing I ask myself. They used to be known as a defensive team that can score the ball. Now, they done turned into a 3-point shooting team with a bunch of ball movement. I’m still trying to figure out who they are. They don’t really have no identity. “Like you said, Jimmy Butler, like you say that to say, ‘So what? I’m supposed to wait 82 games to see if Jimmy Butler gonna give me something like...
    Getty Ben Simmons #10 of the Brooklyn Nets looks on during player introductions before a preseason game against the Philadelphia 76ers Ben Simmons looks like he is fully back for the Brooklyn Nets. The star made his first return to NBA action in over 470 days this preseason, and it was also his first appearance as a Net after Brooklyn traded for him at last season’s February trade deadline, and the Australian point guard battled injury for the remainder of the season. Beyond injury, the All-Star also battled a mental block that kept him out of playing in Brooklyn’s first round playoff series, despite the anticipation he would be back. The news made Simmons again subject to criticism.  Simmons, despite his All-Star play, is one of the most criticized players in the NBA. His shooting has always been a meme since he was in college at Louisiana State University, and it has only followed to the NBA. There is an added weight to Ben Simmons shooting videos, and this was evident this week when he went viral for...
    Getty Jimmy Butler #22 and Kelly Olynyk #9 of the Miami Heat battle for control of the ball with RJ Barrett #9 of the New York Knicks The Miami Heat have been linked to a number of players this offseason. They were unable to get Kevin Durant or Donovan Mitchell via trade despite being known to have interest. They were rumored to have interest in LaMarcus Aldridge and even in acquiring Jae Crowder for a reunion with the former Heat starter. However, Crowder isn’t the only Heat fan favorite that has found himself again attached to the franchise. After a social media post from Jimmy Butler went viral, fans are clamoring for a reunion with another former Heat big man. Jimmy Butler Ignites Kelly Olynyk RumorsJimmy Butler posted a picture to his Instagram story with former Heat player Kelly Olynyk with the two of them out to dinner. The photo was quickly screengrabbed and shared to Twitter by Brady Hawk with the appropriate caption, “Jimmy out here recruiting whales again with that hole at the 4.” The photo was shared to...
    Megan Lucky and her beer had deja vu at the US Open. The North Jersey native who last year went viral for chugging her beer at the tennis games has done it again. The Ridgewood High School grad, 26, became an instant hit when she downed her drink in just under 8 seconds at the US Open in 2021. And so when the cameramen inside of Louis Armstrong Stadium made eye contact with her and then began communicating over their walkie-talkies, Lucky knew what was about to happen, the tells the New York Post. “Sure enough, later on the cameras found me," the tells the outlet. "I seized the moment and chugged the beer." The clip went viral on social media and made headlines imminently: Yahoo News: Tennis world loses it over spectator's mid-match act at US Open TODAY: Female fan’s impressive beer chug at US Open goes viral for second year in a row FOX Sports: Cult hero is going viral at the US Open all over again Lucky — whose social media pages show she...
    DON'T have the budget for a designer wardrobe? Us neither. But don't worry, because this TikTok viral Amazon dress looks uber expensive, but only costs £35. 1This £35 dress is not to be missedCredit: amazon R. Vivimos polka dot long midi dress, £34.99 from Amazon - buy here Touted as a dupe for the designer DÔEN Swiss-dot cotton voile maxi dress - which comes in at a much pricier £440.44 - social media is going mad for the Amazon buy. As we've come to expect with the major retailer, there is a huge selection of colours to suit any skin tone, from yellow to burgundy to black. The flowing dress has a whopping 157 five star reviews where buyers have called it 'comfortable', 'flattering' and 'my favourite piece of clothing'. It comes in four sizes, from Small to Extra Large and has been donned by influencers including Claudia Berresford, @styleidealist and @whatmariewears. READ MORE: This brand loved by Holly Willoughby and Frankie Bridge has 60% off River Island launches new autumn jeans and there's...
    Martha Stewart is showing the world another side of herself that many likely never knew existed. The DIY expert, 80, shared a "thirst trap" to TikTok back in July 2020 and revisited the now-viral social media post Tuesday as she offered her Instagram followers a tutorial of sorts on how to create the ultimate selfie. "Remember my iconic thirst trap? I’m finally revealing how I create the perfect selfie," the "Martha Stewart Living" mogul captioned the snap, which shows Stewart sipping tea and applying makeup and lip gloss as she gazes at the camera in various poses. Stewart plays to some 1.5 million followers on her Instagram account and in just 11 hours, the post has been liked nearly 60,000 times. MARTHA STEWART CLAPS BACK AT FAN WHO CALLED HER LOBSTER DISH ‘TONE DEAF’ IN LIGHT OF PANDEMIC Martha Stewart shared a ‘thirst trap’ to TikTok back in July 2020 and revisited the now-viral social media post on Tuesday as she offered her Instagram followers a tutorial of sorts on how to create the ultimate selfie. (Taylor Hill/FilmMagic) "Okay...
    Search and rescue teams across North America are warning against a viral social media post advising people who are lost or stranded to update their voicemail messages to include their location and situation before their cellphone dies.  It's unclear where the 'PSA' originated, but it has been circulating on Facebook as well as other platforms. Experts are calling it 'life-threatening misinformation,' insisting people should call or text 911 if they have service.  The Alpine Rescue Team, a nonprofit group of rescue mountaineers in Colorado, responded to the message with its own Facebook post, explaining there a number of issues with the so-called survival tip.  'Posts like this get your attention, get liked by people who don't know better, are shared by folks trying to be helpful, and the algorithm spreads it like wildfire,' the group wrote.  Listen up! Search and rescue teams are warning against a viral social media post advising people who are lost or stranded to change their voicemail messages  'Do Not Do This': According to the 'PSA,' you should update the message to include the date, your approximate location,...
    Don’t trust something just because it’s gone viral. A recent social media post gained a lot of attention after it provided what many thought to be a useful and unique tip for surviving in the wilderness. According to experts, however, this is actually bad advice.  While the original post appears to have been deleted, a message recently circulated on Facebook providing a tip for people who find themselves lost in the woods (or other wilderness areas) and either have low battery on their phone or don’t have service. BEAR CRASHES WEDDING RECEPTION WHILE GUESTS CONTINUE TO EAT According to the original message, people in this situation should change their voicemail message to explain that they are lost, their approximate location and any other important details (like whether or not they’re staying put or attempting to hike towards a town). The post continues to explain that this way, even after the phone runs out of battery or has no signal, anyone calling the phone will get the message. While the post sparked attention on various social media platforms, experts say it’s...
    Alarms were sounding among some school districts in New York amid threats being made on social media as part of what is seemingly a national scheme. On Sunday, Oct. 24, in the Hudson Valley, the Village of Walden Police Department in Orange County received a complaint in reference to a social media post that went viral on Snapchat. “I had to make a new account so they don’t trace me,” the threat posted by “Alex Anderson” reads. “But me and a couple of my friends have been bullied for so long and we can’t deal with it anymore. “We plan on shooting up Central High School around 10 to 11 Am (sic) We will shoot anyone on sight going for around 5-10 students and 5 administrators.” It is believed that the social media post originated out of state, possibly in Tennessee. In response, some school districts in the area and across New York have increased their security as a precaution to ensure the safety of student and staff members. According to police, “at this time, this post...
    The US space agency NASA frequently shares amazing pictures and videos of space on its social media account, while people love all of NASA’s recordings. NASA recently shared a rare record. Hubble Telescope has released a spectacular video clip of neighboring star Andromeda on its social media site Instagram. The video is very nice to watch and many stars are seen together, which will surprise you a lot. Also read: ‘Anupama’ Paras Kalnawat’s ‘son’ gets empty box from Flipkart, shares record and shows anger Also read: Viral video: Boy seen singing in the street to pay music school fees; Bollywood stars praised In the title that comes with the post, NASA wrote that the Andromeda Galaxy is the largest galaxy in a nearby local group. The Hubble Space Telescope has captured millions of stars in a part of the Andromeda Galaxy. The video shows Hubble’s view of a part of Andromeda that reveals millions of stars. Old red stars and blue stars were seen in a sky. While crediting the video, NASA wrote, NASA, ESA, J. Talcanton (University of...
    "Long Boi" of York is part Indian Runner duck, like this beautiful bird. DanMathieu A photo of an extremely long duck named "Long Boi" went viral on Twitter on Thursday. While the post contained some false information, people online were obsessed with the duck. The duck is a local icon at the University of York and has his own Instagram fan page. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. On Thursday, a tribute account for English children's book author Dick King-Smith tweeted a photo of a very long duck. And while some claims in the tweet, which quickly went viral, turned out to be false, the love for "Long Boi," a resident of the University of York's campus in the United Kingdom, is extremely real.  The viral tweet showed an image of Long Boi, a stunning duck who has a dedicated following at the University of York. He's beautiful and has an incredibly long neck. Between the perspective of the photo and Long Boi's upright posture, he looks absolutely massive compared to every other bird visible in the...
    The big Pentagon internet mystery now partially solved Researchers say changing simple iPhone setting fixes long-standing privacy bug The social media aspect of BitLife can be a good way for regular people to become famous. You can gain a massive number of subscriber followers by having an online personality if you’re dedicated, do it when you’re young, and you’re capable of creating fans. A good thing you can do is have a viral video happen on your channel. Viral videos give your social media page a huge boost of followers, making it much easier to gain thousands of views each time you post a video. The downside is trying to get viral videos to happen. It’s all pretty random. © Provided by GamePur You’ll receive a notification shortly after you’ve posted your video that it went viral. The notification details what the video was, that it went viral, and you’ll see the standard breakdown of how many viewers watched the video when it went live. The next thing you receive when you go up a year is a huge...
    More On: tyrese gibson Tyrese Gibson, wife Samantha divorcing after nearly 4 years of marriage Tyrese Gibson says his feud with Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson is over Wendy Williams accuses ex Kevin Hunter of banning Tyrese from talk show Tyrese Gibson slams The Rock, says ‘Hobbs & Shaw’ wasn’t ‘a win’ Tyrese Gibson got ripped on social media Sunday for posting a comment about his mother’s past with alcoholism into the chat of a popular Instagram Live music battle show. The 42-year-old actor put his own mom on blast before more than a million web viewers, who were watching The Isley Brothers and Earth, Wind & Fire go head-to-head on the “Verzuz” web series. “Hate that my mother used to drink everyday – but SHE’s the reason I know REAL MUSIC!” he wrote in the chat. The Twittersphere quickly pounced on Gibson for ruining the mood of the nostalgic show by brining up his family’s dirty laundry, when they just wanted to hear hits like “September” and “Twist and Shout.” “How do we cancel Tyrese’s account?? enough is...
    They’re famous beyond their wildest memes. Whether it’s a legs-crossed Bernie Sanders wearing crocheted mittens at the Inauguration or a proud baby who successfully devoured a fistful of sand during a family trip to the beach — anyone can become a meme megastar. “A meme is a picture or video with crazy captions that people share widely because they think it’s funny and they can relate to it,” Zoe Roth, more popularly known as social media’s “Disaster Girl,” told The Post. Roth, 21, accidentally became the face of evil at age 4 when a picture of her fiendishly grinning in front of burning house went viral. And no, her little hands didn’t start the fire, or so she says. Roth, like countless other cyber-celebrities, unwittingly earned internet icon status the second her snapshot was comically edited into a visual representation of society’s general thoughts, feelings and experiences  — also known as a meme. Like a digital inside joke, memes are a way to convey instant relatability and poke fun. Here, six meme mascots discuss the supertrendy highs and unlikeable...
    Getty Cam Newton It’s a shame this is even necessary, but on Sunday night, Cam Newton posted a response to the now-viral video of a disrespectful teenager heckling him at the 2015 NFL MVP’s 7-on-7 camp. Yes, if that sounds absurd to you, it’s because it is. The kid looks to be somewhere in the neighborhood of 5’4″ and more of a walking locker room cancer than a potential prospect, but hopefully, things change for him down the road. With the video sweeping social media, Newton posted his video after the initial heckling. It shows him talking–or at least trying to speak–to the misguided young man afterward. The young man is a little more subdued now that he’s being engaged in an actual conversation but seemingly conflicted because he’s created an awkward situation for himself, and there are too many people watching to back down at this point. He sticks with the bravado that has made him one of the more unlikeable people on social media this week (but it’s only Sunday). Ah, immaturity at its finest. Take a look at...
    Ryan Garcia is a star in the ring and often lights up social media. Boasting a 20-0 record with 17 knockouts, Garcia’s lightning fast hands regularly leave fans in awe as he continues to climb his way up the lightweight rankings. Unfortunately he’s found himself in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons thanks to one video that quickly went viral. A video taken from outside the ritzy N10restaurant in Los Angeles shows the 22-year-old Garcia standing in front of a woman before the two lock lips. The problem, however, is the woman isn’t his current partner — who is carrying his child. Ryan Garcia after his win over Francisco FonsecaGolden Boy Promotions via Getty The woman in the video above was later identified as Malu Trevejo, a social media sensation with over 8.5 million followers on Instagram and TikTok. Garcia and Trevejo were seen dining at the restaurant with a group before they walked out and got up close and personal. As the video quickly whipped around the internet, Garcia’s partner Drea Celina responded by saying Garcia had been...
    Chris Perez. the widower of Tejano legend Selena, is speaking out about rumors that photographs of Selena and him together have been removed from the Selena Museum. According to Carlito Miranda, Perez’s manager, someone reached out to Perez on social media after a recent visit to the museum. Chris Perez reflects on his life with, without Selena, and her legacy 25 years later “Obviously it bothered him,” Miranda said. On Tuesday, Perez took to social media with a post saying, “I heard they were trying to make me nonexistent to Selena’s legacy..... Go for it.” Fans quickly began commenting and sharing the post; Most in support of Perez. “One thing I love about Selena’s fans is that they stand up for him,” Miranda said. “You can’t erase their love story.” In an interview with KSAT.com, Miranda said that for years Perez has kept quiet and respected the Quintanilla family despite tensions. “Chris has always taken the high road, but at some point, you have to stand up and speak for yourself,” Miranda said. So far, Perez’s post on social media...
    Getty Cans of Pepsi sodas. In August 2020, claims started circulating on social media that PepsiCo, the company behind Pepsi, had donated millions to the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement. Some people posted that the company had donated $400 million to the movement while others claimed the company donated $100 million. On August 24, fact-checking site Snopes wrote that the claim is “mostly false.” As the website writes, the claim comes from an announcement the company made back in June that they would be donating $400 million to “lift up Black communities and increase Black representation at PepsiCo.” Snopes wrote that, “the amount of the company’s purported donation to BLM shifted from $400 million to $100 million, for reasons that are unclear, but may have resulted from a misreading of earlier posts that claimed Walmart, Apple, and Comcast had each donated $100 million to BLM.” The reason the label “mostly false” was applied by Snopes instead of “false” is because PepsiCo’s announced breakdown of the $400 million in donations includes $6.5 million for “community impact grants to address...
    The 90s called, and it wants its phone gesture back. According to a TikTok post that has gone viral, younger generations have a very different hand gesture to indicate talking on the phone. NEW REPORT CLAIMS THAT KIDS WHO GROW UP WITH DOGS ARE BETTER BEHAVED The “mind-blowing” experiment has since gone viral on TikTok with more than 280K likes, and influenced parents to try it out on their own kids and then post their results on Twitter and social media. (iStock) Daniel Alvarado posted a video on his TikTok page dedicated to “70s, 80s and 90s babies,” which shows him first asking his wife to mime she was on the phone. His wife then proceeds to use the hand gesture showing her pinky and thumb extended (like people have been using for decades). @guesswho_718 Even the hand gesture game has changed @kamilo.ny @guesswhos_wifey @itz_daniella12 ##LaughPause ##dadsoftiktok ##momsoftiktok ##over30 ##kids ##fyp ♬ original sound - guesswho_718 CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR LIFESTYLE NEWSLETTER The father of two then proceeds to ask his two young children how they...
    Claira Janover is learning a life lesson after receiving backlash from a video she posted on the social media platform TikTok. In the video, which was made to support the Black Lives Matter movement, the recent Harvard University graduate threatened to stab people who uttered the phrase, “All Lives Matter.” She then took things a step further and claimed she would watch the person bleed out while she told them her cut mattered, too. Janover later claimed the video, which ended up going viral, was an “analogous joke” and noted that she was clarifying her rhetoric “for legal reasons.” She also suggested she was being reported for domestic terrorism and commented that she was probably going to be investigated by Homeland Security. The joke also got Janover fired from her dream job at Deloitte, a U.K.-based accounting firm. @cjanover Janover’s dismissal is just the latest example of why experts advise caution when it comes to what users put up on public social media channels. “The old adage of ‘Views are my own’ no longer cuts it with employers, who see...
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