In the latest installment of The Fine Brothers’ Kids React To Viral Videos, a group of 6 to 14-year old kids react to the death of Osama bin Laden.
Rashard Mendenhall, the 23-year-old Pittsburgh Steeler running back who made news on Monday following his tweets that both questioned the celebration surrounding the death of Osama bin Laden and his involvement in the World Trade Center bombing, made an attempt to clarify his remarks last night. Read more
There had to be one. There was no doubt that some athlete would once again underestimate the power of Twitter and tweet something that could stir up controversy when the news broke that Osama bin Laden was killed. More than ever in recent memory, it seemed an event of which everyone would be in agreement and unity around the country. Still, Rashard Mendenhall, star running back of the Pittsburgh Steelers, had to be a dissenting voice. Read more
In his ocean-grave, bin Laden must be rolling around like a pig on a spit. News of his capture and death first broke on social media, and the twitter-verse has exploded with reactions from the public – probably not the official, respectful, send-off, he would`ve envisioned. But, what role did social media really play in the announcement?