This is just so sad.
Cissy's comments are direct opposition to those made my Bobby Brown, Bobbi Kristina's dad.
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When will people ever learn to think before they tweet!?
Joey Casselberry was a student athlete at Bloomsburg University. But his baseball career was taken away from him shortly after he sent out an offensive tweet about Little League World Series all-star Mo'ne Davis!
After learning that Disney would be making a movie based on the story of Davis, Casselberry reminded his followers about the 14-year-old's loss against Nevada during the Little League World Series. The first baseman tweeted:
Watch out Katy Perry, the Princess of Pop wants her seat on the throne back!
Next year's big game is the NFL's 50th championship, so the league is going to have to get someone HUGE if they want to live up to the hype… and we think they may just do it!
That's because rumors began circulating on Thursday that Britney Spears herself is in the lead for the coveted spot!
This is a pretty smart move.
While the games of rugby and America's NFL are fundamentally different, there are still some similarities when it comes to the skill set that's needed.
People on the internet can be huge bullies, but this is disgusting and uncalled for.
Last week, former MLB pitcher Curt Schilling posted a picture, congratulating his daughter Gabby on signing with Salve Regina University in Newport, RI.
Well, Schilling was met with some seriously obscene crap!
And some of it came from part time New York Yankees employee Sean MacDonald, who has been fired. Yankee's director of communications, Jason Zillo, explained that since being hired in January, the perv had only worked 18 hours over four days, and was promptly let go on Monday:
"We have zero tolerance for anything like this. We've terminated him."
The other culprit was Brookdale Community College student Adam Nagel.
You can see the obscene things they said (above).
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This is terrifying!!!
Skydiving student Christopher Jones was performing a 12,000 foot jump over Western Australia when he suddenly suffered a seizure mid-fall.
He was free-falling for a solid 30 seconds, unconscious, and was saved by instructor Sheldon McFarlane, who pulled the cord for Jones' parachute.
This was all part of an advanced skydiving program that Jones' doctor had cleared him for, which makes it even scarier!
McFarlane explained that an emergency device would have pulled the cord, even if the instructor hadn't reached Jones in time, so thank goodness for that!