Staind Frontman Aaron Lewis Blasts Men At Concert, And More Of ‘What’s Trending Today’ With Zahra

A rocker interrupts his song at a concert to yell at some fans in the crowd.

At a concert in Kansas City over the weekend, Staind frontman Aaron Lewis, a father of three girls, stopped in the middle of his song to blast a group of men who were apparently getting a little too “hands-on” with a young female crowdsurfer. He told the group, using very vulgar words, that their mothers should be ashamed of themselves. Lewis then continued to play and told the women in the audience:

“Now girls, feel free to crowdsurf safely.”

Watch the video (WARNING: LANGUAGE NSFW).


Jonah Hill is apologizing after using a homophobic slur. The “22 Jump Street” actor was being followed by TMZ while walking around Los Angeles, and lost his temper when one of the guys told him to have a nice day.

Watch the video (WARNING: LANGUAGE NFSW).


So scandalous!

Rihanna wore a very revealing outfit for the 2014 Council of Fashion Designers of America’s fashion awards last night, where she was honored as fashion icon. (How many times can I use the word fashion in one sentence?)

The outfit was a mesh of 230,000 Swarovski crystals.

See a picture (SOME NUDITY).


Cute video of the day.

The parents of a very sleepy Great Dane try to wake up the young pup and get him off the bed. But just as children do, and most of us adults want to do, the dog protests. And it’s adorable.

Watch the video (NOTHING BUT CUTENESS).

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