What’s Trending? Kayne Bake Sale, Prince Passport Photo, Snowden Tweets to Jeb Bush
Comcast has offered an apology along with a credit to customers impacted by Monday’s service outage. On demand video, as well as broadcast, local and cable tv channels were inaccessible for about 90 minutes for customers across the country, including the Chattanooga area. Customers will receive a credit for a day’s worth of video service, which could be around $2.
NSA Whistleblower Edward Snowden says Jeb Bush should delete his Twitter account, following the gun photo incident this week. Bush tweeted a photo Tuesday of a gun inscribed with his name and captioned it “America.” Snowden and others ridiculed the post with their responses on Twitter.
Snowden didn’t stop there. He also sent a tweet to Kanye West, responding to the rappers latest online rant about how great he is. Snowden tweeted “please clap.” West says he’s 53-million dollars in debt and needs people to subscribe to Tidal to listen to his new album. That prompted Nashville radio station 107.5 The River to host a bake sale for Kanye Wednesday. After some people questioned the joke, the radio station clarified they would be giving the money to Vanderbilt’s Children’s Hospital.
The next time you get a passport photo taken, tell them you want the special lighting. It probably wont turn out like Prince’s passport photo though. His pic went viral this week. Prince needed a new passport so he could leave the country to tour in Australia and New Zealand.
They’re coming back for more! “Guardians of the Galaxy, Volume Two” has begun shooting in Atlanta. Marvel says the motley crew’s latest adventure will “unravel the mystery of Peter Quill’s true parentage.” That could be connected to one of the cast’s new additions: Kurt Russell, who’s rumored to be playing the father of Chris Pratt’s “Peter Quill.”