Beef

soulja boy beefs with shia labeouf from transformers over rap charlamagne the god
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When you’re Shia LaBeouf, the provactive star of a bunch of movies with big fighting robots, you like to start beef.

Whether you’re wearing a bag on your head in the name of art or you’re ripping off a Daniel Clowes comic for your short film, if you’re Shia LaBeouf, you want to push buttons.

But some buttons should not be pushed, as the real Shia has recently learned.

According to Uproxx, “The rift between the two originates from a new freestyle by LaBeouf premiered on The Breakfast Club by Charlamagne Tha God. On the track, the Transformers star namechecks several different hip-hop figures ranging from Drake and Jean-Claude Van Damme to Lil Yachty and Peter Rosenberg, who LaBeouf rhymed with “frozen turd” in a stroke of genius.”

One person who did not find it to be a particular stroke of genius was Atlanta rapper Soulja Boy, who took to Instagram over the verse.

“Shia, you a b*tch *ss n****, you could never come to Atlanta, you could never come to the streets in the hood. You could never live my life, you need to stick to acting, real shit n****. This rap shit ain’t for you n****, for real have some n**** pull up on you, f*ck Shia LaBeouf n****, f*ck you talking about keep my name out your mouth, you don’t want no beef, on my mama. You better stick to acting n**** cause this sh*t get real.”
 

A video posted by Soulja Boy aka Dre (@souljaboy) on

The message is clear, Shia: Stay out of Atlanta.

gordon ramsay twitter vegans Vegans Did Not Take Kindly to Gordon Ramsay's Joke on Twitter
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Someone on Twitter asked Gordon Ramsay if he's alergic to anything. His response made a lot of people mad:


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It may be a fitting joke for a chef but it wasn't very nice. Not surprisingly, vegans responded with disappointment.  


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Some people were more upset that the joke just wasn't that clever: 


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But it's ok guys, because he apologized and clarified that it was just a joke. 


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Good one, Ramsay. 

A man in India was lynched by a mob for eating beef
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We live in a very intense world, people.

The India Express is reporting that a mob of Hindus, the majority religion in India, pulled a Muslim man out of his home Sept. 28. They proceeded to beat him to death.

The cause? They heard rumors that had eaten beef.

Six people were arrested in connection with the attack, around 45 km from Delhi, sparking protests that led to police firing, damage to vehicles and injuries to a 20-year-old welder who works for the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) facility in the area.

Police said they have sent samples of meat taken from Akhlaq's home "to the forensics department for examination". Akhlaq's daughter, Sajida, said the family had "mutton in the fridge" and not beef.



Since then the story has taken on a life of its own and the hashtag #Dadri trended on Twitter, sparking an intense debate about religious tolerance and the societal schisms in India.







The Washington Post provides some context to the crazy crime.

The attack on Monday night in the northern Indian city of Dadri has shocked the country, but it wasn't exactly a surprise. For the past six months, meat has been a matter of major debate in India.

Eighty percent of the country's of 1.3 billion inhabitants are Hindu — who avoid beef for religious reasons. Roughly 250 million Indians are not. That tally includes almost 25 million Christians and up to 140 million Muslims, like Akhlaq.

The issue has raged in India for years. Since Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power last May, however, incidents have increased, as they tend to do whenever a conservative government has been in power.
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Grammys: Following criticism that Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" was nothing more than a poor man's carbon copy of Madonna's "Express Yourself," Madge's official YouTube channel was updated with a performance of the song from the 1989 MTV VMAs.

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