daily dos: Lil Wayne's new video, Chente may return to say goodbye and Chris Brown's Twitter war

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daily dos: Lil Wayne's new video, Chente may return to say goodbye and Chris Brown's Twitter war

  • A 24-year-old man was arrested in Canada for telling children that Santa Claus doesn't exist. The man, who was charged with causing a disturbance while drunk, reportedly styled his hair to make it look like he had devil horns.
  • Could you stomach a computer keyboard with a plate fused in the middle of it? Check out this art piece by Dutch designer Hella Jongerius.
  • Chris Brown has deleted his Twitter account after getting into an NSFW exchange with comedy writer Jenny Johnson. Brown told Johnson to "suck his ****" after Johnson called him a "piece of ****." Brown has deleted his Twitter several times over the years after controversial tweets.
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  • Marc Anthony visited to the town of La Romana in the Dominican Repbulic to help build new facilities for the Children of Christ orphanage. "This day not only marks the beginning of a new life for these children, who are in much need of our support, but it’s also the start of a labor of love for us that began last year and today comes to fruition," said Marc Anthony in a statement.
  • The FBI has announced the arrest of Joe Luis Saenz, the Los Angeles gang member who was one of the FBI's Ten Most Wanted. Saenz, who at one time joined Osama Bin Laden on the list, was reportedly working for a drug cartel when he was captured in Mexico. He is wanted for murder, kidnapping and rape, including the murder of his girlfriend.
  • Lil Wayne heads to Las Vegas for a little fear and loathing in a new video, "No Worries."
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  • Vicente Fernandez, who had to cancel dates several concert dates to have surgery, says he'll finish his farewell tour: "Gracias a todo el público que hizo sus oraciones por un servidor. Creo que sirvieron de muchísimo porque aquí me tienen para darles mucha guerra todavía, por lo menos para terminar mi gira de despedida."
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