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“He wants to eat my dog.”
'Sorry they gave me tickets and not you because you’re poor': Streamer playing game at BTS concert angers ARMY
BTS fans took to Twitter to criticize a popular Twitch streamer for playing a mobile game during the K-pop band’s first concert in two years. The wrath of the ARMY: The gaming streamer, known as “39daph” to her nearly 1 million followers on Twitch, received online backlash from BTS fans after a video of her playing “Cookie Run” while at the band’s concert went viral. While some viewers found the video relatable and comical, some BTS fans were angered by the waste of a concert ticket.
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'Jolt' star Kate Beckinsale, 48, just revealed her epic legs in a sheer, black minidress with a train on Instagram. Rowing and yoga help her stay fit.
Elderly Asian man who was kicked while in his walker at the beginning of COVID faces attacker in court
The event: Rong Xin Liao was waiting for a bus near Eddy and Leavenworth Streets in Tenderloin, San Francisco on Feb. 20, 2020, when a man darted out and kicked him on his seated walker. Eric Ramos Hernandez, 24, was eventually arrested and charged in connection with the incident. Following his release, Hernandez was arrested and convicted of another trespassing misdemeanor in Santa Clara County.