Vontaze Burfict ‘livid’ after nasty blindside block from Juju Smith-Schuster

Monday night’s game between the Cincinnati Bengals and Pittsburgh Steelers featured no shortage of hard hits, but one from Juju Smith-Schuster on Vontaze Burfict may have outdone them all.The Steelers wide receiver absolutely destroyed Burfict with a blindside block after a dumpoff pass to Le’Veon Bell late in the game. Smith-Schuster was called for both(…)

Donald Trump: Yes, My Supporters Were ’Nasty and Mean and Vicious’ During Campaign

You don't say. Donald Trump admitted that his supporters were not always well-behaved throughout his presidential campaign during the Florida stop of his “Thank You” tour on Friday, December 16. “You people were vicious, violent, screaming, ‘Where’s the wall? We want the This article originally appeared on Donald Trump: Yes, My Supporters Were ’Nasty(…)

The Internet Turned Donald Trump’s ‘Nasty Woman’ Jab Into a Feminist Style Statement

Ms. Clinton, if ya nasty! At the Wednesday, October 19, presidential debate, the internet took away more than the political points from candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. A massive number of memes and merchandise have unfolded from the barbs they traded (check out our Us Weekly mashup above for proof). In addition to calling Mexican(…)

Demi Lovato SLAMS ‘Nasty’ Mariah Carey For The Way She Treats Jennifer Lopez!

Can’t we all get along?! As we reported, Mariah Carey has a long history of shading nemesis Jennifer Lopez! In the 2000s, the Infinity songstress famously dissed J.Lo by saying: “I don’t know her.” In March of this year, the 46-year-old kept the feud alive by telling a paparazzo outside the Beverly Hilton Hotel: “I(…)


Kailyn Lowry Responds to Matt Baier’s NASTY Tweets About Her!

Earlier today, we revealed some of the cruel and insulting tweets Matt Baier unleashed on Teen Mom 2 star Kailyn Lowry. Back in 2014, before Baier became engaged to Kailyn’s friend and Teen Mom OG star Amber Portwood, he trolled Kailyn endlesssly with a series of nasty tweets, like this one: “What was the topic of Kailyn’s book?(…)