We're going to have to file this as one of the most awkward moments in NBA broadcasting this season.In a game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Brooklyn Nets on Friday night, reporter Allie Clifton checked in on the Cleveland huddle at the end of the third quarter.But still, people couldn't help but share their disgusted and confused reactions to the clip which was going viral.Now, the 19-year-old is addressing the video head on because enough is enough. Where's the vibrator thooo" along with a few laughing and crying emojis.I accepted that they had sex long ago, after all how else could I have gotten here? I had the birds and the bees conversation with my parents at a very young age, thanks to my older brother and the condoms I found in a jacket he let me borrow.This was in the 5th grade, so imagine my surprise when a class mate explained to me what it was, but in the most foul-mouthed way I can’t even begin to type. Personally, it’s not a conversation I would want to have with my child until they are teenagers, but if it would become a problem, I would certainly have to address it with them, but privately.Mistakes happen and I'm sure Clifton is a little embarrassed by what happened. Last night, Bella Thorne's name became one of the trending topics on Twitter.
At one point several of the parents even admit to their children that they too have partaken in masturbation. I’ve never wanted to know my parents in that capacity.
actress was taken aback Thursday when she learned a video was circulating on Twitter, which purportedly showed her masturbating in a car. In a series of Snapchat videos, Thorne feigned an orgasm while petting a kitten, a watermelon and a plush toy.
In fact, someone had combined snippets from a pornographic video with one of her Snapchat videos. "Where's the vibrator thooo."In a second tweet, she mentioned her Snapchat, saying, "The worst part of this video is them making fun of the fact that I lost my father. Me being daddyless is sooooo funny." So Thorne, whose dad died a motorcycle accident in 2007, decided to take control of the story.
It made its way around in 2016 before it was debunked then, too.
She also made fun of the video on her own Snapchat by petting a stuffed animal and watermelon and mimicking the subject matter portrayed in the clip.