North Korea is blaming the United States for shutting down the country’s internet and criticizing President Barack Obama for encouraging the Christmas release of The Interview following the cancellation of the movie.
“Obama always goes reckless in words and deeds like a monkey in a tropical forest,” a spokesman from the National Defense Commission, North Korea’s top governing body led by Kim Jong-un, said in a statement.
The spokesperson added, “The U.S., a big country, started disturbing the Internet operation of major media of the DPRK (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea), not knowing shame like children playing a tag.”
North Korea has already faced two internet outages in the last week.
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Azealia Banks is still bothered by America’s history with slavery and took to Twitter to let everyone know about it!
The 23-year-old rapper believed that America owed money to blacks for putting them into slavery and stopping them from being successful in society.
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“I don’t know why all the white people on my Twitter are saying I’m “playing the victim” cause I’m not… I really just want my fucking money,” the 23-year-old rapper tweeted on Saturday (December 27).
Azealia decided to voice her opinion after she stirred up some controversy by saying that she wanted to find descendants of slave traders the day before.
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Idris Elba took to Twitter to respond to Rush Limbaugh‘s controversial and racial comments about how he shouldn’t be the next James Bond.
“Isn’t 007 supposed to handsome? Glad you think I’ve got a shot! Happy New year people,” the 42-year-old English actor tweeted on Saturday (December 27).
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If you weren’t aware, Rush shared his opinion that Idris shouldn’t be James Bond because he is black earlier in the week.