Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving shared a video from conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and Twitter has plenty of thoughts.
However, some are looking at the point guard dishing off an assist to the anti-vax community and appeared in a documentary aimed to stoke fears, and fans have levied their criticism towards Stockton via Twitter.
Finding Black Trump supporters not named Diamond and Silk is like trying to find a needle in a haystack, so it should be hard to believe that there was actually Facebook groups full of them.
As if we didn't have enough to worry about, now we can possibly add aliens to that growing list. The Pentagon let go of three video clips of UFOs (unidentified flying objects) doing some impressive maneuvering in the skies over US military bases. The footage was initially shared back in 2007 by a private company.
Despite a definitive lack of scientific evidence linking 5G and the spread of the coronavirus, the theories are taking hold and sparking some to violent acts.
Compton-born rapper, YG, is the latest celebrity to throw his name behind the conspiracy theory falsely linking 5G wireless service with the spread of the coronavirus.
While some celebrities and artists with large platforms have been using their influence to inspire, inform, and entertain the public during social distancing, rapper/singer M.I.A decided to go against the trend—and not in a good way.
When you consider the overwhelming amount of fake news going around in the world it should be no surprise people are hitting their breaking point. Cardi B had a moment the other night and she wants to see receipts.
Joshua Brown was reportedly shot and killed on Friday (Oct. 4) at an apartment complex near Dallas’ Medical District. Why this particular homicide is raising eyebrows is because the victim was a “key witness” in the trial of Amber Guyger, the ex-cop convicted of murdering Botham Jean.