Tacky & True News Archive
High school student Cameron D'Ambrosio is currently locked up and being held on a $1 million bond for rapping about the Boston Marathon tragedy and the White House.
Before the 18-year-old Methuen, Massachusetts resident was arrested, he sent terrorist threats via Facebook, which is when the police were alerted, and quickly took him into custody.
According to Methuen Police Chief Joe Solomon, D'Ambrosio was threatening to kill people:
When 33 members of the senior class of Scripps Ranch High School have to explain to their families why they wouldn't be picking up their diplomas at graduation, they had to refer to Urban Dictionary!
The students were suspended, prevented from walking at graduation, and banned from prom, all for twerking!
Well, that and making a VIDEO of it!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see what got 32 female dancers and one male coach of the "Twerk Team" in trouble!
The students are accused of breaking the school's sexual harassment policy, which according to the SRHS handbook, includes any "verbal, visual, or physical conduct of a sexual nature made by someone from or in the educational setting."
The punishment is causing quite a bit of controversy, in and out of the high school, and we can see why!
We hate to see kids punished for dancing, but then again this is hardly the plot of Footloose!
What do U think??
College Students Put Together 'Boston Marathon: The Last 5'
People May Be Selling Medals & Jackets On eBay! WTF???
Secretary Of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano: 'Events In Boston Were Not Part Of A Broader Plot'
Spectator Krystle Campbell Is identified As Second Boston Marathon Tragedy Victim
Bombs May Have Been Pressure Cookers Hidden In Backpacks
President Barack Obama Addresses The Nation Again On The Boston Marathon Tragedy
Injuries Rise To 176, Deaths Stay At 3 & No Suspect Found Yet
Celebs Hit Up Twitter To Send Boston Some Love
3 Confirmed Dead & 154 Injured
Boston Marathon Explosions Claim Life Of 8-Year-Old Boy; Hospitals Treat 120 Wounded
President Barack Obama Addresses The Boston Explosions
Fire Breaks Out At Boston's JFK Library; Link To Boston Marathon Explosions 'Pure Speculation'
New Kids On The Block's Joey McIntyre Misses Boston Marathon Explosions By Five Minutes!!
Intelligence Officials Report Two More Explosive Devices Found At Boston Marathon
Boston Marathon Explosions Result In At Least 2 Deaths
Two Explosions During Boston Marathon Result In Injuries!
[Image via WENN.]
Oh no! Hasn't Rihanna been through enough?!
Patricia Krentcil, AKA Tanning Mom, is at it again!
After denying her public intoxication last time she got drunk and disorderly, the slightly lighter lady made a video this time!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to hear her amazing(ly awful) rendition of Rihanna- and she isn't even at a karaoke bar!
But it wasn't only our ears that got offended! A source at the restaurant says:
"She was loud and obnoxious with the waitress. At one point, she started screaming at two women who were sitting at the table next to her.
She yelled, 'Do you have a f-cking problem. You need to shut the f-ck up.'"
Eesh! We wonder what her defense will be this time?
We just thank the lord Diamonds aren't forever! LOLz!
We certainly hope she's correct.
Now that we know that the bombs used in the Boston Marathon tragedy may have been pressure cookers hidden in backpacks, the Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano is stating that the explosions that ended up killing 3 people and injuring 176 were not part of a broader plot.
The Boston Marathon tragedy has left many in distress, 176 wounded and 3 dead, and with more details beginning to unravel, investigators now think that the bombs were 6-liter pressure cookers hidden in backpacks.
According to reports, one of the bombs contained metal and ball bearings, while another was jam packed with nails.
Law enforcement officials are saying that the explosives were dubbed as low, which means they traveled under 3,300 feet per second and were not strong enough to create a blast wave, but were strong enough to blast the ammo from long distance.