Anthony Cumia, better known to radio audiences as a co-host of The Opie & Anthony Show, was fired on Friday morning following a Twitter tirade in which he accused a group of Black people of abusing him while he was taking a photograph, Buzzfeed reported.
Why do so many people have a fundamental misunderstanding of the way the 1st Amendment works? You have the right to say “whatever you want” about the government without retaliation (within reason). You do not have that right as it pertains to your employers.
Let’s presume your company’s HR manager and boss follow your twitter feed. Is this the sort of rant you feel best reflects your company? More importantly, do you honestly think you being associated with that company is after referring to all black people as “violent animals” is going to be GOOD for business?
What sad/telling is that he normally said this shit on his show. I mean, I’m glad he was fired, but his racist antics got him the job and fan base in the first place. What does it say about Sirus that they never had a problem with him being a racist until now? He did this same mess when Awkward Black Girl won the shorty award over his dumb podcast a few years ago.
Superman has a Bazillion different forms of vision, and he still didn’t see that one coming.
“Wonder Woman whyyyyyyyyyy”
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any crazier!!!WWN brings you exclusive images of the Met Gala which bring us closer to knowing what exactly happened to cause that shocking fight between Jay
It’s amazing what crap we get caught up in when there are so many more important things happening.
May the Fourth Be with You: Celebrating Star Wars on May 4
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away… no one celebrated droids, Wookies or Ewoks on May fourth.
May 4, better known as Star Wars Day, unites fans from across the galaxy in celebration of the popular series and the culture it created. While each of the six live-action films were released in May, the origin of the date actually has a different connection to the series. If you say it out loud, “May the fourth,” you will hear that it nearly echoes the beginning of one of the most beloved Jedi phrases: “May the force be with you.”
Over the past few years, Star Wars fans have given life to the holiday, expressing excitement and dedication to the saga through social media. From watch parties, to trivia and costume contests, to celebrations held in Disney Parks, the force is strong with this annual tradition.
The dog. I can’t.
By Ilana Wiles, Mommy Shorts I started following @2sisters_angie a little over a year ago. Back then she was posting the typical stuff you see from moms on Instagram — pics of her daughter at the park, pics of her daughter eating breakfast an…
I just can’t even. She’s too fabulous.