Walmart Mass Shooting In Virginia


It’s getting crazier and crazier out here in these Walmart streets. Everyone knows Walmart can get a little sketchy. But no one expects to lose their life just for going to buy last minute holiday fixings.

Chesapeake, Va Walmart mass shooting

Needless to say, on Tuesday, two days before Thanksgiving seven people have died. The shooter is dead as well, after a shooting at the Walmart on Sam’s Circle in Chesapeake, Virginia, Tuesday night, police said.

Briana Tyler, an employee at the Walmart in Chesapeake, told ABC News that she and her coworkers were gathered in the break room at the start of their shifts when the shooting happened.

“I looked up and my manager just opened the door and he just opened fire,” Tyler recalled during an interview Wednesday on “Good Morning America.”

“He wasn’t aiming at anybody specifically,” she added. “”He just literally started shooting throughout the entire break room and I watched multiple people just drop down to the floor, where they were trying to duck for cover or they were hit.”

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“He didn’t say a word, he didn’t say anything at all,” she noted. “I literally hadn’t even seen him before that point. He just came around the corner and started shooting. The first person that was in his eyesight, he shot him down and the next thing you know, he just started rigging throughout the entire break room, but he did not say a word.”

Tyler told ABC News that she had heard from other employees when she first started working there about two months ago that “he was the manager to look out for because there was always something going on with him, just having an issue with someone.”

“But I never expected it to get to this level of an issue, like I don’t know of anything that had happened recently,” she said.

“He was the manager that everybody, you know, had" height="102px" width="400px" frameborder="0" scrolling="no">something to say about,” she added. “[But] I would’ve never thought he would do something like this.”

Chrisean Rock Most Likely Bailed Blueface Out of Jail


Blueface Was Arrested in Front of Lo-Lo’s Chicken & Waffles

As previously reported the ‘Holy Moly’ rapper was tackled by undercover police in Vegas while sitting of front a waffle house with his girlfriend, Chrisean Rock. By the next morning Chrisean had posted this. Both she and Jaidyn Alexxus (who is the mother of Blueface’s kids) were going back and forth online. The two women were battling about who was the most loyal to the rapper. Typical hood rat ish. While it’s true that Chrisean was already there with Blueface when the arrest happened, she was also there to physically bail him out as well.

Jaidyn Alexxus was at a performance of some sort for her and Blueface’s son. She also has a newborn daughter by the rapper so she has to be a mom first. Despite the fact that she’s a full time mom, she still found time to argue online and post subliminal messages consisting of screen shots of her baby daddy calling her while he was locked up.

Whole time Blueface is gassing up his ATM, I mean his so called girlfriend, Chrisean with the fiance title. Basically jail talk. But of course, she ate it up.

The Women Threw Virtual Jabs At One Another

Meanwhile, the craziest part is that people love to glorify Chrisean, all while saying “she can do better” and “she doesn’t have to settle.” Like she’s some princess or shiny prize. And Jaidyn is not. If Chrisean do better, so can Jaidyn. There’s no one whose wins in this situation really. But the fact remains that she is a side piece, at least for now. Blueface has a whole family with Jaidyn Alexxus. Not to mention she was there before Chrisean came along. So if its anyone who needs the emotional support, its Jaidyn Alexxus but she doesn’t receive it tho. And that’s messed up.

Club Q Victim Leaves Behind Husband and 11-Year-Old Daughter


NBC News reported that a woman named Ashley Paugh was visiting Colorado Springs and wanted to end the trip with some fun. So, they decided to go to the LGBTQ nightclub Club Q. Unfortunately, while there, a gunman decided to open fire, killing her and four others Saturday night.

The victim’s sister Stephanie Clark said Paugh was a loving mother and wife who was devoted to her family, including her 11-year-old daughter.

“My niece is devastated,” Clark said, adding that Paugh “lived for her daughter.”

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In a phone interview Monday, Clark sobbed and described an intense swirl of emotions in the wake of her sister’s death.

“It just doesn’t seem real,” Clark said. “We’re heartbroken. We’re sad. We’re mad, angry.”

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Before You Even Ask…..

Paugh, who is not part of the LGBTQ community, spent Saturday in Colorado Springs with a female friend. They had driven up from La Junta, Colorado. They’d actually been anticipating a stand-up comedy performance at Club Q that night.

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“Nothing will ever be the same without her,” Clark said. “Right now, I don’t want to laugh. She was a loving, caring person who would do anything for anybody. We’re gonna miss her so much.”

Todd and Julie Chrisley Sentenced to Prison


Reality television couple Todd and Julie Chrisley were sentenced Monday to years in prison. The sentence is handed to the couple five months after they were found guilty of federal fraud charges and hiding their wealth within their reality tv show from tax authorities. 

Todd Chrisley was sentenced to 12 years, and Julie Chrisley was sentenced to seven, along with three years of supervised release, according to the U.S. attorney’s office.

The couple, known for their USA Network series “Chrisley Knows Best,” were found guilty in June of fraud, tax evasion, and conspiracy to defraud the United States by a federal jury in Atlanta. Further, they were accused of conspiring to defraud Atlanta-area banks out of more than $30 million in fraudulent loans. Apparently, the alleged scheme went on for years

To add, their accountant was also found guilty of tax fraud. Apparently he allegedly filed false corporate tax returns on their behalf. And Julie Chrisley was further found guilty of wire fraud and obstruction of justice.

Meanwhile, Todd Chrisley’s lawyers said in a filing that the government never produced any evidence that he meant to defraud the banks, and that the loss amount calculated was incorrect. They also noted that the offenses were committed a long time ago and said he has no serious criminal history and has medical conditions that “would make imprisonment disproportionately harsh.”

On the contrary, according to the DOJ, evidence in the case revealed that the Chrisley’s were able to obtain loans because they submitted false bank statements. Allegedly, the money was used for luxury car purchases and trips.

The Chrisleys gained fame with their show “Chrisley Knows Best,” which follows their tight-knit, boisterous family. Federal prosecutors said the couple engaged in an extensive bank fraud scheme and then hid their wealth from tax authorities while flaunting their lavish lifestyle.