Call it karma!
Kim Jong-Un's people recently came out and decided to call President Barack Obama a 'monkey' over his feelings about free speech and The Interview.
[ Related: Kim Jong-Un's People Call President Obama A Racial Slur After The Interview Is Released ]
Well, coincidentally, the country's internet is down again!
Previously, when their web went down on Monday, they released a statement saying
Rafael Ramos was laid to rest on Saturday, one week after he and his fellow NYPD officer Wenjian Liu were ambushed and shot in their police cruiser.
The service was held at Christ Tabernacle Church in the Glendale neighborhood of Queens, New York. Ramos was said to be a deeply involved member of the congregation.
[ Related: Eric Garner and Michael Brown's Families Offer Their Condolences ]
On Friday, pastor Ralph Castillo recalled Ramos' dedication
Hopefully people listen to their statements!
The killing of two NYPD officers over the weekend was perpetrated by Ismaaiyl Brinsley, a man who said via social media that he was doing it in retribution for the lives of Eric Garner and Michael Brown.
[ Related: Son Of Fallen NYPD Officer Writes Touching Tribute To His Father ]
Both Garner's and Brown's families have released statements and spoke to the media condemning Brinsley's act, as well as anyone who would think to do the same.
Eric Garner's daughter Emerald Garner even went to the memorial site for Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos on Monday, where she laid down a wreath and spoke to ABC News.
Kim Kardashian may not have been able to pull it off, but it sounds like someone actually managed to #BreakTheInternet!
Well, at least in North Korea!
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea is without internet today as all four of their networks that connect to the web are completely offline.
The timing is a bit odd, to say the least, as it comes shortly after the country was tied to threats to attack any theater playing James Franco and Seth Rogen's film, The Interview.
[ Related: The FBI CONFIRMS The North Korean Government Was Behind The Sony Hack ]
While North Korea claims they
Who could forget John Travolta's epic Oscar flub, introducing Idina Menzel as Adele Dazeem!
But that was just the start of a year full of folks getting it wrong!
[ Video: See The Best, Worst, Wackiest, Most NSFW Moments On Live TV Broadcasts HERE! ]
Even actors and pop stars who have to memorize tons of dialogue and lyrics mess up sometimes.
This is why blooper reels exist after all!
But we rounded up our top five of the year! See the other four (below)!
Sony and The Interview aren't the only movie-related topics making headlines this week.
That's because the parents of the man who is accused of shooting up the Aurora, CO, movie theater during the Dark Knight Rises premiere have decided what they want for their son.
Robert and Arlene Holmes believe that their 27-year-old son should be institutionalized for the rest of his life because they say his crime was an act of insanity.
A man named Bradley William Stone has killed six members of his own family throughout multiple towns outside of Philadelphia, PA on Monday morning.
The shooter is reportedly a 35-year-old former member of the military and all six of his victims are related to him in some way.
The first shots happened at around 4 a.m. when Bradley killed his ex-wife following a brutal custody battle.