The Easter long weekend is supposed to be a peaceful time but over in Florida where seemingly anything can happen, a man and woman found themselves in a street brawl. Thanks to the help of an Easter bunny, the brawl didn't blow up into anything too serious. In the video below, you can see a man a woman getting quite physical after an accidental bump-in on the sidewalk.
The unknown person in a Easter bunny costume didn't like the looks of the situation and intervened. At first, it seems like the Easter bunny is helping to break the fight up but it then turns out they were just jumping in to throw a few shots on the man, taking the woman's side. A police officer finally arrives and the bunny stands back eventually receiving props from other pedestrians standing by.
According to the Orlando Weekly, no one was charged in the incident. "The officer on-scene broke up the incident and dispersed the parties involved," Orlando Police Department's Sgt. David Baker in a statement. "No arrests or reports were completed."
YNW Melly Facing Death Penalty In Double Murder Of His Friends
YNW Melly might be executed as a result of his double murder case.
Things have officially gone from bad to worse for YNW Melly. As reported by TMZ, the Florida-born rapper is facing the death penalty in his double-murder case. The young artist has been charged with the killings of his two friends, YNW Juvy and YNW Sakchaser, and he has since pleaded not guilty with his associate YNW Bortlen. The State of Florida is reportedly looking to punish the rapper by taking away his life, seeking the most serious consequences with the death penalty.
New legal documents reportedly make it clear that the State of Florida is looking for the death penalty in Melly’s court case. The papers note that the state believes they can easily prove that Melly killed his two friends for financial gain and that he committed premeditated murder in an especially “heinous, atrocious, or cruel” manner. The State of Florida is also reportedly convinced that Melly is a gang member.
Police have said that YNW Melly and YNW Bortlen organized the shootings of their two friends, staging it as a drive-by before driving around with their dead bodies in a car and finally bringing them to the hospital. Cops also say that Bortlen and Melly shot up their own car to make it appear as though they were also targeted.
Do you think the death penalty is too harsh?
Teenager Wreaks Havoc In Florida Mall With RKO Finisher, Leading To 2nd Arrest In Weeks
Gianny Sosa took his wrestling exploits to a local mall where an Alligator statue stood before him, a walking lick!
18-year old high school senior Gianny Sosa recently rose to prominence after he was arresting for attempting the RKO on his principal. Before I dig any further into this, it’s worth establishing the origins of the RKO finisher, a staple in Randy Orton’s wrestling repertoire. Orton debuted the maneuver in WWE’s developmental territories before joining the hugely popular Evolution headed by a domineering Triple H.
It didn’t take long for the RKO to become an amateur favorite, due to how easy it is to pull off. That’s probably what Gianny Sosa was thinking when reached for his principal’s neck, not thinking his adult supervisor would press charges. The police report listed Sosa’s infraction as an assault and battery charge, contingent on his some renunciation and a light tap on the wrist.
Sosa didn’t have to wait long to continue the course from within the precinct – because, within a week, the high school senior was back in the bing over some drama. This time out, Sosa emulated “the legend killer,” by focusing on an inanimate alligator set up in the local mall. Hate to say it, but with every passing day, the “Florida Man” meme gains a little more clout. Turns out, the wax statue was valued at $3,690. The repairs will likely come out of Sosa’s allowance if his parents hadn’t already dispatched of him leading up to the second run-in.
Robert Kraft Naked "Rub & Tug" Footage Will Be Released: Report
Kraft has tried everything to keep the video from going public.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has dominated the sports headlines for the last two months because of his alleged involvement in a prostitution ring at the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter, Florida. Multiple men were picked up in the ring and authorities say they have video of these men receiving sexual services. In the aftermath of all of this, Kraft and his lawyers have been working like hell to make sure the video doesn’t go public.
We reported earlier this morning that Kraft and his lawyers were challenging the fourth amendment of the United States, saying the video would go against the law that protects citizens from unlawful searches and seizures. While his team is making a valiant effort, it seems as though it will be all for naught.
TMZ is reporting that the Assistant State Attorney in Palm Beach County has filed new documents stating that he is required by law to release the footage. Prosecutors have made it clear that the law states that this type of evidence must be disclosed when requested by the media, regardless of the contents.
It has been revealed that the video will most likely release sometime soon, although it will be pixelated.
Stay tuned for updates on the case.
Post Malone’s Protege Tyla Yaweh On Why Giving A F*ck Is Important
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Tyla Yaweh details his upcoming album and what he's learned from Post Malone.
Florida is linked to a number of recognized rappers who have always shouted out the Sunshine State that made them. From Denzel Curry, Kodak Black, Ski Mask to Lil Pump there’s no denying the strides they’ve each made in their respective careers and styles.
With that being said, I’m confident that Tyla Yaweh is different. While he’s been compared to Swae Lee and Wiz Khalifa before, thanks to a physical appearance akin to Young Khalifa, and sonic similarities to Swae, the 23-year-old rapper is clearly on his own wave and he’s making music that crosses “all genres” with a tip of positivity that’s always appreciated.
Tyla road tripped to California years ago with three friends and his dedication to his craft caught the attention of Post Malone and Post's manager Dre London, which led to him inking a deal with London Entertainment.