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106 Bizarre, Wild, And Shocking Things That Have Already Happened In 2024

106 Bizarre, Wild, And Shocking Things That Have Already Happened In 2024

Warning: This article contains brief mention of sexual harrasement, child abuse, mass shootings, and self-immolation.

Hello hello! Every month, I collect all of the wild things that happen in my own time capsule from hell. Now that we've finished out one-fourth of the year, here's a look back of everything we've experienced in 2024 so far:

1.January 2: The New Year is largely considered a time when people can reset and start fresh. Perhaps, this most fittinglly applies to Gypsy-Rose Blanchard, a 32-year-old woman who was recently released from prison after pleading guilty to the second degree murder of her abusive mother nearly eight years ago.

Well, on January 2, Gypsy defended her husband from a slew on online hate by commenting a now-viral sentiment on his Instagram post, writing: "Ryan, don’t listen to the haters. I love you, and you love me. We do not owe anyone anything. Our family is who matters. If you get likes and good comments great, if you get hate then whatever because THEY DON’T MATTER. I love you💕 besides they jealous because you are rocking my world every night…yeah I said it, the D is fire🔥 happy wife happy life ❤️."

2. January 2: Speaking of starting anew, Fox News brought on a psychic to predict how Trump's 2024 will go. But...she awkwardly pulled the five of cups Tarot card, which represents loss and failure. (Something I'm sure Fox News was not expecting.)

Fox News / Via Twitter: @cynicalzoomer

3. January 3: An inescapable video of a man, later identified as Deobra Redden, went viral after a judge denied his probation and he responded by jumping (FLYING) over her desk and injuring her.

Twitter: @LasVegasLocally

4.January 3: Shannon Sharpe's now infamous interview with Katt Williams racked in 56 million views on YouTube. People couldn't look away as the comedian called out other big industry names for allegedly stealing jokes, accusing rappers of joining the illuminati, and even suggesting Harvey Weinstein offered him oral sex in return for movie roles.

5.January 3: Unsealed court documents surrounding Epstein, his victims, and associates were released following years "of public speculation about who the disgraced financier and accused sex trafficker may have involved in his schemes," HuffPost reported.

Person with short hair smiling at camera, in casual attire. Used in an article
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6.January 4: In lighter news, Jeremy Allen White's Calvin Klein ad hit the internet and spawned thirsty reactions from most across the nation, except for his The Bear costar Ayo Edebiri, who cringed when she saw it.

7.January 5: We've reached my personal Roman Empire — the emergency door plug from an Alaska Airlines flight that blew out at 16,000 feet.

Two Alaska Airlines aircraft at an airport, with distinctive company branding on the tail and fuselage
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8. January 5: Gypsy-Rose Blanchard embarked on a press tour of sorts, and appeared on daytime talk show The View, where she admitted to taking "the wrong way out" in reference to her mother's murder. Host Joy Behar interjected, saying, "Don't say that... You had no choice really." And Gypsy had to remind Joy that murder is wrong.

ABC / Via Twitter: @notbrendan

9. January 6: Boeing grounded their 737 Max 9 fleet following that whole airplane without an emergency door plug fiasco.

Twitter: @united

10.January 6: Halle Bailey announced the arrival of her newborn after months of pregnancy speculation.

11. January 6: Chicago's rat hole — a sidewalk slab with a rat's imprint — went viral and oddly became a tourist destination that many flocked to.

Twitter: @WinslowDumaine

12. January 7: A phone blown out of the Alaska Airlines flight was found fully operable.

Twitter: @SeanSafyre

13. January 8: After being found guilty on one count of misdemeanor third-degree assault and one count of second-degree harassment, Jonathan Majors appeared in an interview on ABC news. During the taping, he commented on his relationship with actor Meagan Good, who he cringingly said held him down like Coretta Scott King.

ABC News / Via Twitter: @Phil_Lewis_

14.January 9: Several were arrested after a secret tunnel was discovered under the global headquarters of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement in New York.

Police cars and officers outside a building, indicating an active investigation at the scene
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15.January 10: Republican candidate Chris Christie announced he'd be ending his bid for president.

Individual speaking at an event, wearing a suit and tie with an American flag lapel pin
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16. January 10: News broke that the Escambia County School District in Florida is being sued after a school pulled multiple dictionaries from their library shelves because they contained descriptions (i.e. definitions) of "sexual conduct."

Twitter: @CoochieBeating

17. January 11: The FAA announced they were officially opening an investigation into the Boeing incident.

Twitter: @FAANews

18. January 12: Jonathan Majors was dropped from starring in 48 Hours in Vegas, a movie about Bulls player Dennis Rodman's infamous trip to Vegas in the middle of the NBA finals.

John Nacion/Getty Images, Tim Nwachukwu/Getty Images / Via Twitter: @Phil_Lewis_

19. January 13: A group of grown men (football players) pushed their bodies to wild feats in subzero temperatures for extreme salaries.

Twitter: @youreinIcve

20.January 13: January continued to be a rough month for Boeing, as a flight in Japan had to return after a crack formed in the cockpit window.

ANA airplane in flight against a clear sky
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21. January 14: Ryan Gosling was extremely confused by "I'm Just Ken" winning Best Original Song at the Critics' Choice Awards.

Twitter: @DiscussingFilm

22.January 15: Twice-impeached Donald Trump won the Iowa caucuses.

Trump speaking at a podium
David Becker / Getty Images

23. January 20: A Ravens fan randomly went viral for looking like Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Twitter: @BerniceKing

24.January 21: Ron DeSantis dropped out of the presidential race.

Ron DeSantis in a branded jacket holding a microphone, speaking in front of an American flag
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25. January 22: The midwest was hit with a winter storm that sent fire trucks flailing.

Twitter: @brianmmunoz

26. January 24: In a weird mashup of political and entertainment news, Hillary Clinton penned an open message to Greta Gerwig and Margot Robbie about their Oscar snubs.

Twitter: @HillaryClinton

27. January. 25: Megan Thee Stallion dropped her single "Hiss" with lyrics that seemed to reference Nicki Minaj's husband being a sex offender. This resulted in Nicki tweeting responses for days on end while the 28-year-old remained silent.

Twitter: @theestallion

28.January 25: In dystopian news, lawyers are trying to figure out how to legally create a trust for clients who pass away, have their bodies frozen, and are later brought back to life (should technology ever reach this point). Because, according Scottsdale attorney Mark House, “You don’t wanna come back poor."

29.January 26: Explicit AI-generated photos of Taylor Swift were shared — and thankfully removed from — online, eliciting outcries in support of legislation that would criminalize and punish such acts.

Taylor Swift performing on stage in a sparkling figure-skating costume
Ashok Kumar / Getty Images for TAS Rights Management

30. January 29: Measles are trying to make a comeback.

Twitter: @ABC7

31. January 29: Elon Musk's Neuralink implanted a "brain computer" in someone's head that's meant to "create a generalized brain interface to restore autonomy to those with unmet medical needs today and unlock human potential tomorrow," according to the company's website.

Twitter: @elonmusk

32. January 29: Elmo asked how people were doing, and the internet trauma dumped on him.

Twitter: @elmo

33.February 1: Universal Music Group pulled their artists' songs from TikTok.

Universal Music Group, otherwise known as UMG, represents big-name artists like Taylor Swift, Drake, and Justin Bieber — all of whom have songs regularly used as trending audios on TikTok. However, at the beginning of the month, UMG and TikTok failed to come to an agreement on contract renewal for the app's use of UMG's artists' songs.

In a statement, UMG said, “TikTok proposed paying our artists and songwriters at a rate that is a fraction of the rate that similarly situated major social platforms pay.”

TikTok retorted with their own statement, claiming that UMG is putting “their own greed above the interests of their artists and songwriters," and added, “TikTok has been able to reach 'artist-first' agreements with every other label and publisher. Clearly, Universal's self-serving actions are not in the best interests of artists, songwriters and fans."

Drake on stage holding a microphone during a performance
Prince Williams / WireImage

34. February 1: Netflix dropped a first look of the anticipated second season of Squid Game. (And yes, Seong Gi-hun is still sporting red hair).

Netflix / Via Twitter: @netflix

35.February 2: The groundhog who predicts seasons, aka Punxsutawney Phil, ruled that there will be an early spring this year, and then the internet immediately called BS. because of our horrible, climate-change-driven weather.

Two men in top hats hold a groundhog and a proclamation at a Groundhog Day event

36.February 3: Sweetly Seasoned issued an apology for withholding a tip for a barber and hairstylist that was gifted by TikToker Keith Lee.

If you somehow missed the saga: Keith Lee visited a food truck in Dallas, TX called Sweetly Seasoned and noticed that a barber and hairstylist unaffiliated with the truck were working out of the same parking lot. The barber and hairstylist were friends of the Sweetly Seasoned owner's son, and the hairstylist even helped fill orders that day.

To keep transactions simple, Keith tipped Sweetly $2,000 and asked that the owner hand out an additional $2,000 he'd be tipping through their system —$1,000 for the barber and $1,000 for the hairstylist.

The owner of Sweetly Seasoned, however, initially kept the entire $4,000. It wasn't until later, after much backlash from the internet, that the owner seemingly begrudgingly agreed to issue give the barber and hairstylist their money.

Twitter: @Phil_Lewis_

37.February 3: Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton announced he'd be leaving Mercedes to join the Ferrari team.

Lewis Hamilton in a white team jersey with sponsor logos, wearing sunglasses
Robert Cianflone / Getty Images

38.February 4: Taylor Swift announced she'll be dropping a new album on April 19 during her Grammy speech.

Taylor Swift holding a Grammy Award, wearing a dress and gloves
Valerie Macon / AFP via Getty Images

39.February 4: Speaking of the Grammys, Jay-Z delivered a now-famous speech when accepting the Dr. Dre Global Impact Award. While on stage, he questioned how Beyoncé could have more Grammy wins than any other artist, yet not an Album of the Year award, and said some artists in attendance low-key don't even belong in their categories.

No lies were spoken.

Twitter: @Phil_Lewis_

40.February 5: Buckingham Palace announced King Charles III has been diagnosed with cancer.

The palace did not specify what kind of cancer the King has been diagnosed with, nor what stage.

Man in a suit with a flower in the lapel, standing before a mural
Chris Jackson / Getty Images

41. February 6: A DC Circuit court determined Donald Trump is not immune from prosecution for his attempts to overturn the 2020 election (which later led to the Jan. 6 insurrection), as he previously suggested.

Twitter: @kyledcheney

42.February 6: In an unprecedented move, a jury found the mother of the Michigan high school mass shooter, Jennifer Crumbley, guilty on four counts of involuntary manslaughter.

In 2021, Crumbley and her husband gave their 15-year-old son a semi-automatic handgun a few days before the shooting, despite him displaying both behavioral and mental struggles. These notably include an instance where her son texted Crumbley saying that he was "hearing voices and seeing demons," HuffPost reports, and their son texted friends saying his mother laughed in response to requests for help.

Then, just a few hours before the shooting, school administrators called the 15-year-old's parents to discuss drawings he'd created of guns and gunshot victims. Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald said Crumbley not only dismissed these concerns, but also failed to acknowledge that she'd given her son a gun.

Crumbley's son was sentenced to life in prison, and Crumbley has been found guilty of four counts of involuntary manslaughter for the victim's deaths.

Two people in close conversation, one with their back to the camera
Bill Pugliano / Getty Images

43.February 7: Following Katt Williams' explosive interview, Shannon Sharpe interviewed comedian Mo'Nique on his show Club Shay Shay.

Clips from the interview went massively viral, as Mo'Nique called out big names like Tiffany Haddish as well as discrimination in the industry.

44.February 7: Not sure if you even remember her, but Marianne Williamson dropped out the 2024 presidential race.

She has since un-suspended her campaign and is back in the race.

(Girl, let it go.)

Marianne Williamson  at a SiriusXM event wearing a floral blouse and blazer
Jamie Mccarthy / Getty Images

45. February 8: Following January's plane news (you know, when a Boeing door panel flew off at 16,000 feet), February threw its hat into the ring with two Jet Blue planes colliding on a tarmac.

Dave Suater, Real Ryan B, Scott Pickard / Via Twitter: @boston25

46. February 11: Wicked dropped their first trailer.

Universal Pictures / Via Twitter: @wickedmovie

47. February 11: Usher undeniably ruled February with his Super Bowl LVIII Halftime performance.

Instagram: @theestallion / Via Twitter: @anseldeangelo

48. February 11: Speaking of which, Usher and Alicia Keys quickly became a meme after embracing during their performance.

CBS / Via Twitter: @ITSDJFLOW

49.February 11: Beyoncé broke the internet after announcing she was dropping new music during a Verizon commercial that aired during the Super Bowl.

Queen Bey gave us two songs: "Texas Hold 'Em" and "16 Carriages."

Verizon / Via Twitter: @PopBase

50. February 11: And not only was she dropping new music, she's even releasing what is anticipated to be a full country album.

Beyoncé / Via Twitter: @BeyLegion

51.February 11: Oh, and since we're talking about the Super Bowl, we may as well note that the Kansas City Chiefs won.

Two football players in action during a game, one dives towards the other who reaches for a football
Kansas City Star / TNS

52.February 11: And Travis Kelce + Taylor Swift shared a now-viral post-win kiss.

  Ezra Shaw / Getty Images
Ezra Shaw / Getty Images

53. February 14: Unfortunately, tragedy struck at the end of the Chief's Super Bowl parade at Kansas City's Union Station when a shooting occurred, killing one woman and injuring 22 others.

Twitter: @tkelce

54.February 14: Outside of ongoing world news, TikToker Reesa Teesa started her now-viral series retelling the story of her marriage to someone she describes as a "pathological liar"

The series is 50 parts and totals about 8 hours of viewing, but it's worth every second.

TikTok: @reesamteesa / Via tiktok.com

55.February 15: The entertainment industry was bustling as the Dune: Part 2 cast hit red carpet after red carpet. One of the most notable looks came from Zendaya, of course, who sported this futuristic getup.

Zendaya in a metallic sculpted outfit with a futuristic design, posing at an event
Samir Hussein / Samir Hussein / WireImage

56. February 16: After confusion and questions surrounding motivation, two juveniles were charged with gun possession and resisting arrest at the Kansas City Chiefs parade shooting. Two men are also in custody and facing second-degree murder charges, USA Today reports.

Twitter: @Phil_Lewis_

57. February 16: Following the tragedy, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and his wife Brittany visited victims in the hospital.

Twitter: @malikjackson3

58.February 16: A New York State Supreme Court judge ruled that Donald Trump owed the city over $350 million in damages over fraudulent business practices and he has since been barred from officer or director of a New York corporation for the next three years, HuffPost reports.

Former President Donald Trump sitting in court with documents on a table, looking towards the camera
Pool / Getty Images

59.February 18: Prince William had an incredibly viral moment after meeting Phoebe Dynevor, Ayo Edebiri, Sophie Wilde, and Mia McKenna-Bruce at the BAFTA Awards...and he seemingly weirded them out.

Prince William in a tuxedo greeting four women in elegant evening gowns at a formal event
Wpa Pool / Getty Images

60.February 21: The Biden administration canceled federal student loans for about 153,000 borrowers.

“Starting today, the first round of folks who are enrolled in our SAVE student loan repayment plan who have paid their loans for 10 years and borrowed $12,000 or less will have their debt cancelled,” Biden shared in a tweet. “That’s 150,000 Americans and counting. And we’re pushing to relieve more.”

Paul Morigi/Getty Images for We, The 45 Million

61.February 21: After Timothée Chalamet was lightheartedly criticized for not being as fashionable as Zendaya on the Dune: Part 2 red carpets despite being the lead actor of the films, he and Z showed up in matching outfits.

The costars posing in matching belted jumpsuits and tall boots at an event
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62. February 21: Previously, Marvel dropped Jonathan Majors from the MCU following his conviction for assault and harassment. The actor played Kang, a primary villain in their current phase, and the titular character for Avengers: The Kang Dynasty. Now, the title will be changed.

Twitter: @DiscussingFilm

63. February 21: Also following previous news, the head of Boeing's 737 Max program left the company.

Twitter: @Phil_Lewis_

64.February 21: Last year, several pandas were returned to China from US zoos. But, according to a statement released by the San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance, the cute bears will be making a return to their facility!

A panda sits on grass, eating bamboo
Future Publishing / Future Publishing via Getty Images

65. February 22: If you have a phone, then you probably know that AT&T experienced a massive outage across the US during the later weeks of February.

Twitter: @Stolenmemesrus

66.February 22: It was announced that former talk show host and TV personality Wendy Williams has been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia and aphasia.

A closeup of Wendy Williams wearing a dress, smiling at an event
Lars Niki / Getty Images for New York Women in Film & Television

67. February 22: Donald Trump decided to drop a sneaker, and Fox News had the audacity to suggest that shoes are all it takes to sway Black voters.

Fox News / Via Twitter: @BmbEmpower

68.February 24: A Willy Wonka "Immersive Chocolate Experience" opened its doors in Glasgow and the event was immediately compared to Fyre Festival.

For a $40 ticket, families expected to enter a warehouse full of recreations designed to look as if they were stepping right into Willy Wonka factory. Instead, the event featured a few dispersed props, a very disgruntled looking chocolatier working at what appears to be a meth lab, and an incredibly creepy character that doesn't appear in any of the films. 

How of Illuminati / Via Twitter: @CultureCrave

69. February 25: AT&T followed up their nation-wide outage by offering customers a $5 credit for all their dismay.

Twitter: @theCGSshow

70. February 25: Aaron Bushnell, a senior airman, set himself on fire outside of the Israeli Embassy in Washington, D.C. He repeatedly shouted, “Free Palestine!"

Twitter: @FordFischer

71. February 26: Joining a recent wave of lawsuits and allegations against Diddy, producer Lil Rod accused the rapper of sexual assault and harassment.

Shareif Ziyadat/Getty Images / Via Twitter: @Phil_Lewis_

72. February 26: In "as it should be" news, the Albert Einstein College of Medicine received a $1 billion donation from Ruth Gottesman, which they'll be using to make tuition free for students.

CBS Mornings / Via Twitter: @CBSMornings

73. February 28: 😈

Twitter: @Phil_Lewis_

74.February 28: A weird conspiracy started, claiming Kate Middleton was missing.

This conspiracy stems from the fact that Netizens haven't seen Kate in public for months. The last news about her whereabouts up until this point came from Kensington Palace in early January when a statement said the princess was undergoing a "planned" abdominal surgery.

This has led some to jokingly speculate that the statement is a front and she's actually missing.

Twitter: @Aliyana567

75.February 28: Just as this conspiracy was getting started, Kensington palace immediately shut it down.

In a statement, the palace wrote: “Kensington Palace made it clear in January the timelines of the princess’ recovery and we’d only be providing significant updates. That guidance stands.”

76. February 29: And finally, Elmo celebrated Leap Day with this abomination of a post.

Twitter: @yotsubear

77.March 1: Akira Toriyama, creator of Dragon Ball and one of history's most influential manga authors, died at 68.

Fans who grew up on his acclaimed series were joined in their mourning by similarly big names in the anime industry, including One Piece and Naruto creators Eiichiro Oda and Masashi Kishimoto, who released statements detailing how much Toriyama meant to them.

Akira Toriyama smiling
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78.March 4: After a Colorado court disqualified former President Donald Trump from appearing on state ballots because of his role in inciting the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, the Supreme Court overruled this decision.

A very weird Uno reverse, in my personal opinion.

Former President Donald Trump looking serious in a suit with a tie as he walks outside
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79. March 5: Facebook and Instagram were both down, leading to a flood of jokes on X (formerly known as Twitter)...

E! / Via Twitter: @ourrachblogs

...and even Elon acknowledged the flood of tweets from users who may have usually been posting elsewhere.

Twitter: @X

80.March 6: Nikki Haley dropped out of the presidential race, leaving Trump as the GOP's last major candidate.

  Anna Moneymaker / Getty Images
Anna Moneymaker / Getty Images

81.March 7: In aerophobia news, a United Airlines flight lost its tire after taking off from San Francisco International Airport.

As someone who doesn't fly, I need airlines to get it together and stop fueling my worst nightmares.

Twitter: @Phil_Lewis_

82. March 7: Majorie Taylor Greene and Joe Biden locked eyes before his State of the Union address and the 81-year-old looked like he saw the Ghost of Campaigns Present.

CNN / Via Twitter: @BaileyCarlin

83. March 7: Following the address, Sen. Katie Britt delivered an honestly unsettling Republican rebuttal.

Fox News / Via Twitter: @Lis_Smith

84.March 10: Kate Middleton shared a photo we now know to be altered, which fueled conspiracy theories about her whereabouts at the time.

85.March 10: The 96th Academy Awards took place, and Ryan Gosling won the night with his "I'm Just Ken" performance.

86.March 10: Speaking of the Oscars, many celebs walked the red carpet with pins displaying the Artists4Ceasefire symbol, in reference to an organization calling for "an immediate de-escalation and ceasefire in Gaza and Israel before another life is lost."

Finneas and Billie Eilish on the red carpet; one in a black tuxedo with a bow tie and the other in a suit with a white blouse. Both are wearing pins
David Swanson / AFP via Getty Images

87. March 13: In a decision that has the potential to tank thousands of small businesses, the US House of Representatives passed a bill in an effort to effectively ban TikTok.

Hulu / Via Twitter: @heyjaeee

88. March 13: When speaking on the House's decision, Nancy Pelosi seemingly proved that younger voices are needed in politics when she said, "This is not an attempt to ban TikTok. It's an attempt to make TikTok better. Tic-tac-toe. A winner. A winner."

C-Span / Via Twitter: @HowardMortman

89.March 13: You may remember the name Clive Palmer. He's an Australian billionaire who shook the world about three years ago after announcing his plan to rebuild a replica of the Titanic.

Well, the 69-year-old — who made his money from mining — provided an update via a press conference. Building of the Titanic II, as it's been dubbed, is planned to start next year, and its maiden voyage has been scheduled for June 2027, Forbes reports.

Tweet reads: the funniest thing about rich people is that they will never learn their lesson

90. March 14: In celeb news, Bella Hadid shared a look at her morning routine, which consisted of a lot of pills and a lot of goopy drinks.

TikTok: @babybella777 / Via tiktok.com

91. March 14: Video of Delta Airlines pilot Laura Haynor, who was speaking at an amendment hearing on Minnesota's sick and safe time law, went viral when Republican Sen. Gene Dornink referred to her as a "stewardess." (Ya know, daily life as a woman.)

CBS Minnesota / Via Twitter: @yashar

92.March 14: In NSFW news that realistically affects millions, Pornhub disabled access to its website for users in Texas in protest of the state's age verification requirement.

Phone screen displaying Pornhub logo on a surface
Nurphoto / NurPhoto via Getty Images

93. March 17: Despite there being no evidence that such a thing would occur, rumors spread that an ominous "royal announcement" was pending. This led to speculation that the death of King Charles would be announced. Of course, all of this was false.

Twitter: @brosandprose

94.March 17–18: The documentary Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV was released, exposing the allegedly toxic work environments and child abuse some Nickelodeon stars endured in the early aughts.

In one of the documentary's most shocking moments, actor Drake Bell identified himself as a sexual abuse victim of Nickelodeon dialogue coach Brian Peck, who was arrested in 2003.

Since airing, at least a dozen more actors have spoken out about their experiences on sets. 

Drake Bell in a patterned suit poses at iHeartRadio Music Awards
Jeff Kravitz / Getty Images for iHeartMedia

95. March 19: The United States Environmental Protection Agency banned asbestos...leading a bunch of people to realize that asbestos hadn't been banned yet.

Twitter: @YosemiteForest

96. March 22: Kate Middleton announced she was diagnosed with cancer.

Twitter: @KensingtonRoyal

97.March 23: While visiting a community center in San Juan, Kamala Harris was met outside by a group of singers protesting her arrival. In a now-viral clip of the encounter, the vice president claps along to the performance until she's seemingly informed that their lyrics aren't positive.

  Drew Angerer / AFP via Getty Images
Drew Angerer / AFP via Getty Images

98. March 24: In lighter news, this super random, ironically smoking duck meme took over timelines.

Twitter: @urlbbe

99.March 25: Following numerous allegations of violence and sexual abuse, Homeland Security raided Los Angeles and Miami properties owned by rapper Sean "Diddy" Combs.

Much is still left unknown about the investigation.

Aerial view of a large, luxurious estate with multiple buildings, landscaped gardens, and a swimming pool
Mega / GC Images

100.March 25: It was announced that Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun will step down by the end of 2024.

This news follows a string of incidents involving Boeing planes and an audit completed by the Federal Aviation Administration, which found "dozens" of problems in the company's manufacturing process. 

101. March 26: Trump leaned into panhandling, selling American-themed Bibles for $59.99 each.

Twitter: @TrumpDailyPosts

102. March 26: A container cargo ship struck a pillar of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, Maryland, resulting in the structure's collapse.

BNO News / Via Twitter: @BNONews

103. March 29: After teasing the world with two new songs she dropped during the Super Bowl, Beyoncé finally released her newest album Cowboy Carter.

Twitter: @_kengrace

104.March 29: Three months after being released from prison, Gypsy Rose Blanchard announced she and her husband Ryan Scott Anderson are separating.

The two married in July 2022.

  Jamie Mccarthy / Getty Images
Jamie Mccarthy / Getty Images

105.March 29: Lizzo shared the following statement on Instagram: "I quit."

106.And finally, March 30: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and Gen V star Chance Perdomo died in a motorcycle accident at age 27.

Chance Perdomo in a tailored suit and tie stands on the red carpet with his hand on his lapel
Stuart C. Wilson / Getty Images

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