Nintendo killed off Luigi in a new Super Smash Bros. Ultimate trailer and it didn’t go over well. 


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@yopenbo, joking about the shocking death of staple Nintendo character — and younger brother to the ever-popular Mario — Luigi in a new trailer for the game Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, which drops in December. Fans were in such an uproar that Nintendo’s official U.K. account tweeted, “Luigi is okay.”

Ray J’s beanie might just be more talented than Ray J.

@alex3nglish, tweeting about an episode of “Love & Hip Hop” earlier this week, in which cast members Ray J and Safaree Samuels get into an argument. The way Ray J’s black beanie went from barely hanging on to covering his forehead and back again — all in less than a minute — stuck with viewers.

Four years later, Ferguson native Mike Brown is remembered on the anniversary of his murder.


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@Alex_King737, marking the anniversary of teenager Mike Brown’s death in Ferguson, Mo. Brown, who was unarmed, was shot six times. His death sparked weeks of unrest and protests in the St. Louis suburb.

This college grad booked her favorite 14-foot gator for her grad pics.


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“I call him over, talk all sweet to him. … I’ve been bitten by 8-inch hatchlings, which hurt, but never by Tex.”

Makenzie Noland, speaking to BuzzFeed News about her graduation photos, which feature Big Tex, a nearly 14-foot alligator. Noland, who graduates from Texas A&M University today, has trained and done shows with Big Tex since May as part of her internship at Gator Country, a rescue center in Beaumont, Texas. In her pictures, Noland tickles the 1,000-pound gator and places her class ring on its snout.