5. Nick Cannon. While trying to film a promo for America's Got Talent in the middle of a Knicks game, Nick Cannon was booed off the court at Madison Square Garden. He was supposed to pretend to sink an impossible trick shot, but he could barely get his set-up line out before spectators began to (loudly) protest being forced to be part of an ad for the show. Three minutes of booing later, and Cannon was forced to give up. It could have been worse. If this was in Philly, everyone involved would be dead by now.
— David Ortiz (@davidortiz) April 1, 2014
4. Anyone hoping to take a selfie with Obama. Way to ruin everyone's fun, Big Papi. The White House is considering a ban on selfies with President Obama after Red Sox player David Ortiz took a selfie that was secretly destined to become an ad for Samsung. After Ortiz posted the photo to Twitter, Samsung put out a statement saying they were happy to be part of the historic moment. The White House was pretty pissed that the President's face was being used to sell a cell phone, though they have yet to sue the company. (Perhaps they're planning a drone attack?) Hilariously, Ortiz had the gall to claim the selfie was just a spontaneous, in-the-moment kind of thing, despite his corporate sponsorship deal with Samsung.