Trigger Warning with Killer Mike is a new Netflix original documentary series that is innovative, impressive and incredibly thought-provoking. If anyone (aside from Killer Mike himself) stands out in this six-part series, it would be Mario Pagan.
Mario appeared in three episodes of the series, first showing up as part of a focus group in the episode titled White Gang Privilege.
When the idea for “Crip-a-Cola” was first introduced to the group, everyone in the room loved the idea. Of course, they didn’t know the name of the drink or the group behind it yet.
When they learned the name of the new soda being taste tested, everyone balked. No one thought walking down the street with a gang-affiliated soft drink was a good idea and none were more
Netflix’s “13 Reasons Why” was a breakout hit of 2017. Based on a young adult novel, the show follows the events that lead up to the suicide of its main character, teenager Hannah Baker.
After its portrayal of her suicide, which some deemed graphic or even glorifying the act, the show has released a new warning video prior to season two.
In the video, the show’s cast breaks down the fictional nature of the show. The actors featured: Katherine Langford who plays Hannah Baker, Justin Prentice who plays Bryce Walker, Dylan Minnette who plays Clay Jensen and Alisha Boe who plays Jessica Davis.
“’13 Reasons Why is a fictional series that tackles tough, real world issues, taking a look at sexual assault, substance abuse, suicide and more,” Prentice says.
“By shedding a light on these difficult topics, we hope our show can help viewers start a conversation, says Langford.
A church in Florida has a warning for anyone thinking of trying to attack its congregation: “We are heavily armed.” A leader of The River at Tampa Bay Church posted the message on his Instagram in the wake of the mass shooting at the First Baptist Church in rural Sutherland Springs, Texas, where 26 people died earlier this month.
The Instagram post reads, “Welcome to The River at Tampa Bay Church. Right of admission reserved — this is private property. Please know this is not a gun free zone — we are heavily armed — any attempt will be dealt with deadly force — yes we are a church and will protect our people — The Pastors.”
“Cash Me Outside!” The three words that made Danielle Bregoli a viral star have gotten her in hot water. Following her internet fame, Bregoli began selling merchandise with her famous catchphrase. Hanes, which owns Champion sportswear, is blasting Bregoli for using its “C” logo in her swag.
According to TMZ, Hanes has accused the young woman of using the same stylized “C” as Champion’s logo. The company explains that it needs to protect its “extensive consumer goodwill and reputation.” The company offered a generous week for her to take the merch down, which she appears to have done, although she still has other items on sale.
In case you haven’t been following, the whole “Cash me ousside” phenomenon started back in 2016. A then 13-year-old Bregoli was on Dr. Phil to discuss her rebellious behavior. When the audience laughed at her antics, the teenager unleashed her famous line.