An Elon Musk-worshipping college principal gets schooled, and rapper Afroman turns the tables after armed police raid his house.
All this and much more is discussed in the latest edition of the “Smashing Security” podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault.
Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, and rude language.
- These Men’s Rights Activists Literally Worship Elon Musk – Buzzfeed News.
- Florida principal who sent $100K to scammer posing as Elon Musk says she was ‘groomed’ – WESH.
- Florida principal resigns after sending $100K to scammer posing as Elon Musk – NY Post.
- Afroman – Will You Help Me Repair My Door – YouTube.
- Official Music Video for Because I Got High performed by Afroman – YouTube.
- Police sue rapper Afroman for using footage of home raid in his music videos – The Guardian.
- Afroman Complaint – Adams County Court.
- Afroman Got Raided by Cops, So He Put Them in His Music Video – Vice.
- Afroman – Wikipedia.
- Afroman sued by seven officers who raided his home – NME.
- Afroman Isn’t Worried About a Police Lawsuit Over His Music Videos – Rolling Stone.
- Afroman Cops Wrecked My Home In Raid, For Nothing …I Need Ben Crump!!! – TMZ.
- Afroman I’m Missin’ $400 In Cash After Raid… Thinks Cops Swiped It – TMZ.
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