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'Ripped his mask off' Dave Chappelle exposes 'ugly' hidden side of Will Smith after slap
USA, Chappelle said that just moments before he was about to win the Best Actor award for his role in the film King Richard, he acted “like he was back in Philadelphia”.Chappelle, who is known for his satirical comedy sketches added: “Will did the impression of a perfect person for 30 years, and he ripped his mask off and showed us he was as ugly as the rest of us.“Whatever the consequences are… I hope he doesn’t put his mask back on again and lets his real face breathe.“I see myself in both men,” Chappelle added.Chris also spoke openly about the incident, dedicating a small portion of his comedy set to the event. It was during this part of the show that the funnyman said: “F*** your hostage video,” referring to the actor’s viral YouTube and Instagram apology video.Having posted the video back in July, these comments are the first time that Chris has aired his opinion on the video.The three-time Grammy award winning comic and actor also referred to Will as “Suge Smith” in reference to the former Death Row Records music executive Suge Knight, who is currently serving a 28-year jail sentence for voluntary manslaughter.Shortly after, the star swiftly moved on to say that he’d been back at work the following day after the slap, stressing that he was not a victim, before discussing an array of topics from Trump’s election to the dating habits of the Kardashian family.Similarly to Chris, Dave has also been attacked on stage, when performing back in Los Angeles back in May.
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Wildest Elvis Presley 'sightings' after his death - Home Alone scene to Mafia theory
Elvis Presley may have died in 1977, but that hasn't stopped some people claiming they've spotted the King of Rock and Roll alive and well – even years after his death.The iconic singer passed away on August 16, 1977 at his famous Graceland estate following a heart attack, at the age of 42.However, a number of alleged Elvis sightings have been reported over the years - placing the late singer in a number of mysterious locations such as Hollywood films and airports.READ MORE: Elvis thinks film got him wrong and wants 'good man' Trump back in power, psychic claimsSome fans believe Elvis actually faked his own death in order to a live a carefree life away from the limelight - and tons of conspiracy theories like these have circulated for decades.To mark the 45th anniversary of the death of the King, Daily Star have rounded up some of the wildest Elvis "sightings" from over the years.One of the earliest known Elvis "sightings" came on the very day that he died - August 16.As the story goes, a man resembling Elvis was seen at Memphis International Airport who gave the name of "John Burrows" – the name that Elvis would often use when booking hotels to conceal his identity.The man reportedly booked a one-way ticket to Buenos Aires in Argentina, leading some to believe that the King was fleeing the country in secret.Ever since the account, photos have emerged of men looking live Elvis walking around the sunny country.However, author Patrick Lacy has attempted to debunk the theory, stating that Memphis International Airport didn't have any flights to Buenos Aries at the time.In 1988, a decade after the King's death, a woman named Louise Welling said that she had seen Elvis standing in a queue at a supermarket.The man had
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Hoda Kotb and Savannah Guthrie reunite on Today - and here's why they have been off a lot
Hoda Kotb and Savannah Guthrie welcome Today viewers into a new week on the show.MORE: Hoda Kotb shares heartfelt message to Savannah Guthrie as they embrace in sweet photoThe popular co-hosts made a rare appearance together on the program, having both been off work at different times over the summer.The last few weeks have seen subs step in to cover for the duo - while other Today stars have stepped up to keep their seats warm.VIDEO: Today's Hoda Kotb overcome with emotion on showAs the main anchors on the program it is unlikely they would want to take the same time off in order to avoid too much of a shake-up on the show at any given time.MORE: Today's Savannah Guthrie was 'mad' at her co-star Hoda Kotb after the star didn't listen to her MORE: Savannah Guthrie reveals real reason she was absent from Today in new photo at homeHowever, as both Savannah and Hoda have young children, they will have wanted to spend as much time as possible with their families over the summer.The doting moms have both been making memories with their children - with Hoda even spending the weekend with Fourth Hour co-star Jenna Bush Hager and her youngest child Hal, along with Today with Hoda and Jenna's executive producer, Talia Parkinson-Jones, and her children.A warning was issued by the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security saying threats to federal law enforcement — and their families — have spiked after Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home search.
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Trump Shares QAnon Posts on a Truth Social Frenzy Attacking FBI Mar-a-Lago Search
stream of messages, Trump called the search a “WITCH HUNT,” and complained that “the whole World was watching as the FBI rummaged through the house, including the former First Lady’s closets (and clothing!), alone and unchecked.”He also repeated the unsubstantiated claim that the FBI planted information, an assertion CNN’s Daniel Dale condemned as “totally untrue” when he fact-checked Trump’s many claims.Among Trump’s comments posted on Truth: the request that the FBI return documents he said were protected by attorney-client and executive privileges that were reportedly seized during the search.“By copy of this TRUTH, I respectfully request that these documents be immediately returned to the location from which they were taken,” he wrote.On the platform, Trump also shared — or “retruthed,” as he put it — posts from accounts with names referencing QAnon or alt-right groups, including a post from “WWG1WGA.” The abbreviation of the phrase “where we go one, we go all,” is a rallying cry from QAnon, according to CBS News.In addition, Trump circulated a post from an account called “We The Pepe,” which references a meme called Pepe the Frog, which the ADL designated as a hate symbol after the meme was used in racist, anti-Semitic and other bigoted contexts.In response, Dale fact-checked Trump’s claims that the FBI planted evidence in the Florida residence, which has been gaining traction for Trump allies who baselessly argue that the documents he had were declassified and/or planted by the FBI.“They’re throwing everything at the wall,” Dale said. “There’s no basis for any of this.