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How a Montana Reporter Reacted to a Herd of Buffalo Approaching His Standup Shot (Watch)

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*A Montana television reporter is going viral for his reaction to a herd of buffalo headed his way during a standup at Yellowstone National Park.

Deion Broxton, with local NBC affiliate KTVM, was at the location Wednesday reporting on its temporary closure due to the coronavirus pandemic. He had rolled camera and was about to start reporting when he gave the look of “oh hayall naw” to something off camera.

“Oh my God. Oh my God,” Broxton said, eyes darting back and forth from his right, to the camera.

Turns out it was a herd of buffalo. Approaching.

“Oh no, I ain’t messing with you,” he said as he walked out of the frame. “Oh no. Oh no, I’m not messing with you.”

He then grabbed the still-recording camera and stashed it in the trunk of his car. Moments later, he ended up getting a nice picture of the bison…from a distance.

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Meet the Descendants of Africans Aboard The Clotilda, the Last Slave Ship to Sail Across the Atlantic in 1860 (Watch)

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Descendants of some of the enslaved aboard the Clotilda – 60 Minutes/CBS News (Nov. 29, 2020)

*The Clotilda was burned and sunk in an Alabama River after bringing 110 imprisoned Africans across the Atlantic in 1860. Two years ago, its remains were discovered in the bottom of an Alabama river.

Last night on “60 Minutes” (Nov. 29), Anderson Cooper reported on the discovery of the wreck and the nearby community with descendants of the enslaved aboard the ship.

The journey of the 110 captive men, women, and children brought to Alabama on the Clotilda, is one of the best-documented slave voyages in history. The names of those enslaved Africans, and their story, has been passed down through the generations by their descendants, some of whom still live just a few miles from where the ship was found in a community called Africatown.

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Why Snoop Dogg Clearly Won the Roy Jones Jr./Mike Tyson Fight (Watch)

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*Although Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr. were billed as the main attraction in their highly-anticipated, past-their-primes exhibition fight Saturday night, it was Snoop Dogg who emerged as the undisputed champion after the bout, with social media giving his hilarious commentary the belt.

“This s–t is like two of my uncles fighting at the barbecue.” was one of his more popular themes of the night.

He also added color to the far more entertaining Jake Paul/Nate Robinson undercard. When Paul knocked Robinson to the ground, Snoop said, “Oh, my God, Lord have mercy! Oh, Jesus!,” then began singing “Precious Lord” as Robinson stumbled around the ring, trying to regain his composure.

Watch the Jones/Tyson fight and highlights of the Robinson knockout with Snoop’s commentary below, followed by reaction on social media:

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Chadwick Boseman Honored in Disney Plus Update of ‘Black Panther’ Opening Credits (Watch)

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*In honor of what would’ve been Chadwick Boseman’s 44th birthday, Disney Plus redesigned the Marvel logo introduction to “Black Panther” on Nov. 29. Boseman, who played T’Challa/Black Panther, died on Aug. 28 following a four-year battle with colon cancer.

Walt Disney executive Bob Iger announced the special tribute via Twitter, writing Saturday: “To all fans of #BlackPanther: watch the film on #DisneyPlus late tonight, for a special tribute to someone that was and will always be near and dear to our hearts.”

The updated intro keeps the classic Marvel page-turning opening before showing concept art and images from “Black Panther.” The tribute shows footage from Boseman’s appearances in “Captain America: Civil War,” “Avengers: Infinity War” and “Avengers: Endgame.”

In addition to the images, there are quotes by T’Challa including the famous line from when his character addresses the UN Assembly: “In times of crisis, the wise build bridges while the foolish build barriers.”

Boseman is also shown behind-the-scenes. As the camera pulls back for the Marvel Studios logo, Boseman gives his “Wakanda Forever” salute.

Earlier this year, it was announced that “Black Panther 2” will be released on May 6, 2022.

Watch the “Black Panther” tribute to Boseman above.

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