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It's just so sad.
We can't even begin to imagine what Chinx's wife, Janelli Pickens must be feeling after the rapper was killed this weekend.
He was gunned down in a drive by shooting at a red light in Queens. Since then, celebrities and fans had used social media to express their grief and condolences.
B.B. King will always be remembered.
His youngest daughter, Claudette announced details regarding her father's memorial service on Facebook Saturday.
She announced that the celebration of the blues legend's life will be in Las Vegas on Saturday, May 23.
The public will also be able to see the music icon and pay their respects at a viewing in Sin City on Friday.
This announcement comes only a few days after B.B. King died peacefully in his sleep.
The memorial services will give his other daughters, Patty King and Karen Williams, the chance to say goodbye, since they sadly didn't have that opportunity before he passed.
Information about the singer's funeral and burial service haven't been released yet, but the executive director of the B.B. King Museum, Dion Brown, says they will be held in Indianola, Mississippi the week after his memorial.
Our hearts go out to the friends and family of the legendary musician.
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It's hard to believe sometimes that even professionals face danger in their jobs.
Extreme sports legend Dean Potter was one of two men found dead in Yosemite National Park after a BASE jumping attempt went wrong. On Saturday evening, Potter and fellow BASE jumper, Graham Hunt attempted a wingsuit flight from Taft Point, a 7,500 peak in the park — note that it is illegal to base jump in Yosemite.
The spotter for the two reportedly heard two sounds that, at the time she thought either could have been impacts, or their parachutes opening. After following protocol to try and reach the pair and find them, she had to report to authorities. Yosemite chief of staff, Mike Gauthier, tried to stay optimistic but noted: