Mere seconds after we finished a post about Aly Raisman hitting back on Twitter at a man at the TSA who had body-shamed her, the Olympic gymnast posted an additional tweet with a response to a troll who called her “entitled”: The troll’s response is too NSFW to print here, but he basically called Raisman a drama queen. Then, in stepped Colton Underwood, the former NFL player who has been dating Raisman and who has been seen on her arm at various events.
A homeless man being hailed as a hero for his actions following the bombing in Manchester on Monday will soon have his own place to stay, thanks to West Ham United. Stephen Jones, 35, was preparing to spend the night on the streets near the Manchester Arena when the bomb went off and rushed to help the victims. Jones said he helped pull nails out of the victims’ flesh and held a woman’s legs up to prevent her from bleeding out. His story has attracted worldwide attention, including from West Ham majority owner David Sullivan, whose son Dave tweeted Tuesday that he and his father were looking to help Jones. It took less than three hours for the Sullivans to get in touch with Jones. “Dave and
Jose Mourinho's United look to qualify for next season's Champions League with a Europa League title.