The year of 2015 has been the first and hopefully the only year of constant tragic terror attack. From the massacres and bombings in Paris, Donald Trump running for the President to Steve Harvey's Miss Universe mishap, it has been quite eventful to say the least.
Check out the awkward moments that made us say "what the f*ck" to some of the most horrific moments that brought the world to a standstill.
1. Caitlyn Jenner
Not too sure what took shocked the world more: Bruce Jenner transitioning to Caitlyn Jenner or that she was named GLAMOUR: Woman of the Year. Even going through legal battles of the accident that happened in 2014 that left the other motorist dead; Caitlyn seems to be taking this transformation in stride.
2. Rachel Dolezal
3. Sandra BlandSandra Bland was found dead in her holding cell of July 2015 after being pulled over by a policeman for making an improper lane change. While deputies were claiming that Bland committed suicide, family, friends and all of social media, #BlackLivesMatter activists and others claim that is out of her character. Things did not add up and even to this day, they still don't. Many discrepancies and not many answers. Questions such as 'why would she commit suicide', 'how did she hang herself with a trash bag', and 'why was she even in a holding cell in the first place' were one of many.
4. Drake & Meek Milly
It’s been a couple years since the world has seen a good ‘ole fashion rap beef from the biggest names in hip-hop... well, at least ones that actually matter to us.
Angry Meek Mill goes on a rant about Drake not writing his own verse in "R.I.C.O", a track off of Meek's album 'Dreams Worth More Than Money'. Well, pretty much after that shit went downhill. Diss tracks were released, and Drake came out swinging as if he was waiting for someone to slip up one day. He released Charged Up and Back to Back with some of the most quotable verses that you and I surely saw on every meme.
It doesn't matter who took the L. I think we all know the answer to that.
5. Mizzou Students
Racial tension is moving into places of higher learning. Students at University of Missouri are furious over the university's lack of care for incidents involving black students. A civil activist student decided to have a civil protest during the University’s Pep rally calling for the resignation of their President and more.
6. Bill Cosby
The end of 2014 was the beginning of the terrible secrets that victims held in for years. Dozens of women came forth and told the story of the horrific encounter of rape that involved Bill Cosby. The Cosby Show creator has been battling allegations and losing all of his accolades that he has acquired over the years due to the allegations. Things have even been getting more stickier. Since the allegations began, he has been subject to complete humilation, memes and all kinds of insane things.
At the end of the day, its not about what's wrong or right in court, its about what a lawyer can make you believe.
7. Freddie Gray
In April of 2015 Freddie Gray died of spinal injury while in police custody in Baltimore, MD. This ensued the Baltimore riots, then government declared a state of emergency as angered citizens displayed their doubt in the Justice system. This had America and beyond in disbelief and anger.
8. Adele - Hello
The biggest comeback in music arrived just in time for Christmas. Adele's 25 sold 7.44 million copies in the U.S. through the week ending Dec. 31. It finishes 2015 as the top selling album of the year, and is the biggest seller of any calendar year since 2004 (when Usher’s Confessions sold 7.98 million).
9. Steve Harvey's Miss Universe Mishap