Lmaooooo. I love Black People.
Obviously they skipped over the thousands of vile racist tweets he gets every second of the day and threw out nothing but softballs.
Social Media has invaded every segment of society and the NYPD seems to have a serious problem with their officers posting selfies with their uniforms on:
via Daily Mail
In a statement in response to the probe, John J. McCarthy, NYPD Deputy Commissioner, said: ‘Members of the Police Department are prohibited from posting photographs of themselves in uniform without the prior authorization.
‘This does not include photographs taken during official department ceremonies. This directive is in compliance with the New York City Social Media Policy and is in part intended to protect officers from divulging identifying information on social media sites that may endanger officer safety.
Breach of these guidelines can result in harsh disciplinary action including termination. However sources told the Daily News that the female officers involved could lose 10 days vacation.
A group of female NYPD officers are facing disciplinary action after photos of them in uniform were posted on sexy Instagram account.
The policewomen posted photos of themselves posing away from work alongside images of them wearing their badges – allegedly violating the department’s social media policy.
He spoke the gospel with this video right here.
You would think by now celebs would smarten up and keep their nudes off of easily hackable smartphones. I guess not. Jill Scott becomes the latest victim to be exposed for the world to see. In a way since she has lost a bunch of weight that this might not be all that big of a deal to her at the end of the day. Hit the cut to see what Jill in all her naked glory…
via CHICAGO (CBS) — While out on an unrelated assignment, CBS 2 investigative reporter Dave Savini decided to stop by a South Side Subway sandwich shop for a meal. Savini was struck by the fact that the counter of the store at 116th Street and South Halsted was encased in bullet-proof glass. Such a sight would be common at crime magnets like gas stations or currency exchanges, but a Subway? Continue reading
The cornucopia of sexual content on hugely popular app Vine has been killed off by parent company Twitter. There has been a bunch of articles on whether they could whether the storm and keep the sexually explicit content on the app but they caved and people will now have to get their sexual viewing pleasure from the other kabillion sites and apps on the net.
via Huff Post
As we’ve watched the community and your creativity grow and evolve, we’ve found that there’s a very small percentage of videos that are not a good fit for our community. So we’re making an update to our Rules and Terms of Service to prohibit explicit sexual content.
For more than 99 percent of our users, this doesn’t really change anything. For the rest: we don’t have a problem with explicit sexual content on the Internet –– we just prefer not to be the source of it.