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Cardi B, Nicki Minaj & The Office: A Look At What's Gone Viral

Things got heated between Nicki Minaj and Cardi B at a New York Fashion Week party over the weekend. Here’s a look at one of the many thing that went viral.

Cameras were rolling as Cardi B tried to attack Nicki Minaj at the Harper’s Bazaar Icons Party at the Plaza Hotel. Cardi B was seen throwing a shoe at Minaj. Cardi B was eventually eventually escorted from the party and was seen leaving with what’s believed to be a bruise on her head. Cardi B later took to Instagram to say that the beef started because Minaj was talking smack about her parenting skills.

Newly released video shows a Texas mother with her baby lead police on a wild high speed chase. The chase happened back in June near San Antonio. The woman tried to elude police but after running over a spiked strip, she crashed into a stopped truck, got out, and pulled out a baby in a car seat. That’s when she started running, tried to carjack another car, baby in tow, but police were able to arrest her before she got in the car. #MotherOfTheYear

After being widely criticized, the internet is having some fun with Colin Kaepernick’s Nike ad by turning them into memes. The original ad features Kaepernick with the text “Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything.” Of course, the internet had to take it to the next level and switch out the faces and in some cases, the quotes. The Office, Cher and even Que Pasa USA were just some of the people who got in on the meme fun.

Speaking of The Office, Jenna Fischer, who played Pam on the show, shared a photo of the cast’s first table read on Instagram. The picture shows Pam, Jim, Dwight, Michael Scott and some of the rest of the Dunder Mifflin staff in the earlty 2000’s at the show’s first table read. It’s been five years since the show went off the air.

Lastly, a Canadian bride canceled her wedding after she said her guests wouldn’t pay $1,500 to attend the ceremony. The woman wanted to spend $60,000 on her dream destination wedding (don’t we all?!). Except she wanted her guests to foot the bill. She said her maid of honor pledged $5,000, and her now ex-fiancé’s family pledged another $3,000. The woman even set up a GoFundMe page which raised $250. When her fiancé suggested they get married in Las Vegas to save money, she made it clear that it wasn’t an option by way of profanities and insult. The post has since gone viral and has been shared hundreds of thousands of times. The bride went on to say that asking her guests to spend that kind of money was not out of the ordinary…

There’s a look at what’s gone viral. Be sure to check back next week for another look at what’s trending. And remember to follow me on social media - @BrandonLopezTV.

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