Luckily, no one was injured, but no suspects have been arrested either.
Stay safe, everyone!
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Last week, Wikileaks complied 173,000 emails from the Sony hacking, and shined some unfavorable light on Ben Affleck in regards to his appearance on the ancestry show Finding Your Roots.
An email exchange between a Sony executive and the show's host Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr. (aka "Skip") details that Affleck wanted to leave out a slave-owning relative of his from the PBS series.
After becoming the topic of discussion, the Oscar-winner broke his silence this week on requesting a controversial branch of his family tree be left out of the program. The actor wrote on his Facebook:
It's another scandal, y'all!!
It looks like Mama June isn't the only member of the Honey Boo Boo clan who's causing some serious controversy.
According to RadarOnline, the pageant mom's daughter, Lauryn "Pumpkin" Shannon, posted a Facebook message that used both the N-word and R-word.
The 15-year-old took to social media in order to celebrate her best friend for "Man Candy Monday." Pumpkin, we can think of better ways of celebrating your friendship!
She originally stated: