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Post Malone Just Gave Out His Number & You Can Text Him

Hit him up!

Post Malone has always been vocal about the love he has for his massive fanbase, which is just one of many reasons why the world loves him so much. Now, fans can text Post Malone and get a response almost instantaneously. Who else is considering using him as an emergency contact?

Post Malone just tweeted out his Fort Worth area code phone number that you can use to get in touch with him.

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This Post About Joe Exotic In Dallas Revealed His Softer Side & It’s Going Viral (PHOTOS)

He's actually good with kids!

Although it may feel like we know Joe Exotic after watching every episode of Tiger King, the fact of the matter is that we only know what the docu-series chose to show us. What happened before the show was filmed, and what's happening after, is somewhat of a mystery to us. However, a "FREE JOE EXOTIC" Facebook group has a recent post that shows what Exotic was like "before he became obsessed with Carole Baskin," and it's going viral.

For those of you wondering, yes, there are, in fact, FREE JOE EXOTIC Facebook groups. This one, in particular, has a post from earlier this morning with photos of Exotic visiting a young girl in Dallas, before his "Carole Baskin days."

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Thousands Of Fans Are RSVP'ing To 'Break Joe Exotic Out Of Jail' While Dressed Like Him

This might not go exactly as planned.

A viral show on Netflix has definitely taken hold of our society's interests right now, with seemingly everyone talking about the streaming platform's latest docuseries. Millions of viewers have their own opinions on how they feel about the story of Joe Exotic from Netflix's Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness. Turns out, tens of thousands of fans of the show are eager to "break Joe Exotic out of jail" from his prison in Fort Worth, Texas, according to a parody Facebook event.

The public Facebook event is named "Break Joe Exotic Out Of Jail (They Can't Stop Us All)" and currently has 15K RSVPs and 29K interested.

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The Bachelor's Deandra Kanu Is Totally Sick Of Social Distancing In Dallas

Same, girl!

We've all had to adjust to a new reality over these last few weeks which, honestly, is one we probably never imagined would happen. Depending on what your day-to-day life usually consists of, it can be harder for some than for others to come to terms with the new "stay-at-home" rules. Dallas' Deandra Kanu from The Bachelor has been taking to Instagram to share her feelings towards life before and after the coronavirus struck.

From the moment Deandra first appeared on The Bachelor until that devastating rose ceremony where she was sent home, the Dallas native left a major impression on Bachelor Nation.

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Mark Cuban Once Again Steps Up As The Solid Dallas Leader We Need Right Now

Cubes for President?

A local billionaire willingly steps up to help save our community. And he doesn’t wear a cape. He is the owner of the NBA team, the Dallas Mavericks. Once again, Dallas' Mark Cuban stands out as a true leader and continues to make a difference in our large community during times of crisis.

As local businesses shut their doors amid the recent pandemic, they are losing foot traffic and potentially worse, they're facing losing their businesses altogether.

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6 Things About Chris Sapphire On Netflix's 'The Circle' That Will Make You Love Him

It's like Big Brother but with catfishing.

A new game show on the ever-popular streaming platform we all know and love has left its audiences totally taken aback. If you haven't watched The Circle on Netflix yet, you need to binge the released episodes ASAP. It is truly a show unlike any other, with contestants that will leave you laughing, cringing, and yelling at your TV.

One of the most iconic contestants of the new show is Chris Sapphire, a man who doesn't hide who he really is. He has gained a big fanbase since the recent first airing of the show, and there are many reasons why. 

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