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    Newsmax TV hosts Diamond and Silk (Lynnette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson) have dropped a new rap song in response to Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates saying that the United States should move towards “100% synthetic beef.” The rap released on Saturday night urges the government not to start “messing” with their meat. “Don’t be messing with our meat, cuz you know we love to eat, we grill it, fry it, shake it, and bake it and eat it with our teeth,” Hardaway begins. “Yum, yum,” Richardson then interjected. Diamond and Silk warn people in a new rap about messing with their meat. pic.twitter.com/07iVwcVZzx — Zachary Petrizzo (@ZTPetrizzo) February 21, 2021 “Don’t forget the season salt, the hot sauce, or the barbeque sauce to top it all off,” Hardaway added, all while Richardson’s spitting of the beat became ever more intense. “Don’t mess with the cow because you ain’t down, don’t be...
    CHICAGO -- A man arrested at least three times for impersonating a Chicago police officer, including once at age 14, appeared in court Friday on charges that he did the same crime three times this year, including once when he allegedly pulled over a vehicle and searched its occupants.During an afternoon hearing, Cook County Assistant State's Attorney Ellen Brett outlined incidents on Jan. 14, Jan. 27 and Feb. 3 in which Vincent Richardson, wearing a full Chicago police uniform, allegedly pretended to be a sergeant. Besides the incident in which he allegedly pulled over a vehicle in an unmarked black car, Richardson, 26, allegedly was seen searching for the source of gunfire and using his flashlight to get motorists to slow down their vehicles in the area.Brett told Cook County Judge Arthur Wesley Willis that Richardson was well known to various security guards at Chicago Housing Authority property on the...
    DANCING on Ice stand-in Matt Richardson says he was about to quit showbiz — after relying on the reddies earned by supermodel girlfriend Sam Rollinson. Struggling comic and presenter Matt, 29, says getting the call-up from the ITV show as a replacement after Rufus Hound caught Covid may have saved his career. 6Matt Richardson says girlfriend Sam Rollinson kept him afloatCredit: Avalon.red. All rights reserved. 6Matt says girlfriend Sam Rollinson has kept him goingCredit: Matrix Pictures He might be lucky in love but admitted: “I am currently skint because I’ve not worked for a year. "Dancing on Ice has been a career saver. "When I took the job, I was like, worst case scenario, I get paid to learn a skill. Best case scenario, I get on the show.” 6Matt and Sam have been dating since 2015Credit: Instagram 6Model Sam has had more success than Matt in recent yearsCredit:...
    HOUSTON -- Alexis Sharkey, a 26-year-old Pennsylvania native who moved to Houston last year and was known for her Instagram presence, was strangled, an autopsy report revealed Tuesday.Her death has been ruled a homicide, authorities said.Sharkey was found dead on the side of Red Haw Street on Nov. 28 in west Houston in November. Her story has since gained national attention.READ MORE: What we know about the Houston influencer found deadHer mother Stacey Robinault, who spoke with our sister station ABC13 in December, believes foul play was involved.Two months ago, ABC13 started to receive several messages from concerned friends and viewers about Sharkey, who family members say went missing on Friday, Nov. 27.On the morning of Saturday, Nov. 28, a City of Houston public works employee driving in the 1000 block of Red Haw, saw feet in the bushes, police said.John Richardson works as a supervisor in the City of...
    The naked body of a Houston influencer whose corpse was found dumped on the side of the road was initially mistaken for a possible mannequin. Police say it will 'only be a matter of time' before someone is arrested in the death of Alexis Sharkey, 26, who disappeared on Nov. 27 before her body was found less than 24 hours later. John Richardson, a city sanitation department worker who discovered the body on Nov. 28, said he had received a call from a colleague who had driven past the location in his garbage truck. 'He said he thought he'd seen a body or a mannequin. He wasn't too sure,' Richardson said to KHOU. 'He wasn't going to stop because he was scared or whatever the case may be, so he asked me to come out there to check it out.' Alexis Sharkey's body was found just three miles from...
    Patricia Richardson opened up about her time on the hit sitcom “Home Improvement” as well as her on-screen chemistry with co-star Tim Allen.  Richardson and Allen starred as husband and wife Tim and Jill Taylor from 1991 - 1999 on the massively successful ABC sitcom. Speaking to "Entertainment Tonight" about her time on the show, Richardson explained that she didn’t actually audition for the role of Jill but kind of stumbled into it when the producers got desperate.  "[The network said] we need to have someone that challenges him and is as much a feminist as he is a masculinist," Richardson recalled of the overtly masculine Tim Taylor character.  She remembered that, days before the show began filming, she was under contract with Disney for a different project that didn’t pan out. Meanwhile, “Home Improvement” was about to start and they still needed a wife character.  TIM ALLEN ON 'LAST MAN...
    Summer is bringing a new wave of coronavirus hot spots. See how the map is changing. Chipotle is giving away free guac for National Avocado Day — but theres a catch Natasha Richardsons Son Micheál Says He Hasnt Fully Comprehended Her 2009 Death Micheál Richardson is opening up about losing his mother at a very young age. © Provided by People J. Kempin/FilmMagic; Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images Eleven years after her death, Natasha Richardson’s eldest son, Micheál, 25, still hasn’t fully processed losing his mother after she died from blunt force trauma following a skiing accident back in 2009. Speaking with Vanity Fair, Micheál — who was 13 at the time of his mother's death — revealed, "I think the pain was a little too overwhelming." "I think the mind is very powerful, and subconsciously, or unconsciously, it can protect you. That’s what it did when she passed. I...
    CARACAS (Reuters) - Two of the six former Citgo Petroleum Corp executives detained in Venezuela were moved to house arrest, veteran U.S. diplomat Bill Richardson said late on Thursday, weeks after he visited the country to seek their release. The former New Mexico governor and U.S. ambassador to the United Nations traveled to Caracas and met with socialist President Nicolas Maduro earlier this month as part of a private humanitarian mission on behalf of the families of American prisoners in Venezuela. The two prisoners moved to house arrest, Gustavo Cardenas and Jorge Toledo, were among the six arrested in 2017 on charges of embezzlement that the U.S. government and their lawyers say are baseless. Five of the executives of Citgo, the U.S. refining unit of Venezuela's state oil company, have American citizenship. "This is a positive and important first step," Richardson wrote on Twitter. "We are grateful to President Nicolas...
    CARACAS, July 31 (Reuters) – Two of the six former Citgo Petroleum Corp executives detained in Venezuela were moved to house arrest, veteran U.S. diplomat Bill Richardson said late on Thursday, weeks after he visited the country to seek their release. The former New Mexico governor and U.S. ambassador to the United Nations traveled to Caracas and met with socialist President Nicolas Maduro earlier this month as part of a private humanitarian mission on behalf of the families of American prisoners in Venezuela. The two prisoners moved to house arrest, Gustavo Cardenas and Jorge Toledo, were among the six arrested in 2017 on charges of embezzlement that the U.S. government and their lawyers say are baseless. Five of the executives of Citgo, the U.S. refining unit of Venezuela’s state oil company, have American citizenship. “This is a positive and important first step,” Richardson wrote on Twitter. “We are grateful to...
    CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson said he met with Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro on Thursday but was unable to win the release of several Americans jailed in the South American nation. Richardson said he and Maduro talked about the potential release of American prisoners as well as coronavirus humanitarian issues. The Trump administration and Maduro's socialist government maintain tense relations. “We regret that we were not able to secure the release of the Americans," Richardson said in a statement, adding that he met with in person with Maduro after talking with the president by phone Tuesday and meeting three times with Jorge Rodríguez, Maduro's chief spokesman. Richardson said several families of Americans held in Venezuela had contacted him, prompting his visit to the South American nation that started Monday. Among the U.S. citizens jailed in Venezuela are former Green Berets Luke Denman and Airan Berry,...
    CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson said he met with Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro on Thursday but was unable to win the release of several Americans jailed in the South American nation. Richardson said he and Maduro talked about the potential release of American prisoners as well as coronavirus humanitarian issues. The Trump administration and Maduro’s socialist government maintain tense relations. “We regret that we were not able to secure the release of the Americans,” Richardson said in a statement, adding that he met with in person with Maduro after talking with the president by phone Tuesday and meeting three times with Jorge Rodríguez, Maduro’s chief spokesman. Richardson said several families of Americans held in Venezuela had contacted him, prompting his visit to the South American nation that started Monday. Among the U.S. citizens jailed in Venezuela are former Green Berets Luke Denman...
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