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Tommy Fury in gay slur as Love Island star’s ‘fagg*t’ tweet about rival surfaces

Tommy Fury in gay slur as Love Island star’s ‘fagg*t’ tweet about rival surfaces

Entertainment
The vile slur, directed at British heavyweight Dereck Chisora, was sent from the reality TV hunk's account in November 2014.It is understood Tommy was 15-years-old when the tweet was sent to his brother Tyson, who was preparing to fight Chisora in a world title eliminator.The tweet said: "Come on bro let’s get dis win good luck brother and chisora is a fagg*t and he’s gettin it proper @Tyson_Fury [sic]."The account has since been disabled. Related Articles “Come on bro let’s get dis win good luck brother and chisora is a f****t and he’s gettin it proper @Tyson_Fury”Tommy FuryIn other tweets seen by Daily Star Online, there are conversations with Tommy's older brother Tyson, a former world heavyweight champion.In 2015, the account shared a picture of Tommy, captioned: "Training hard to
Kids are increasingly worried about paying for college

Kids are increasingly worried about paying for college

Finance
Parents, of course, worry about paying for college. Increasingly, their children share that concern.Over the last decade, tuition and fees jumped 44% at four-year, private colleges and by 55% at public four-year schools. As a result, student debt has reached record proportions, with $ 1.6 trillion in loans outstanding.Now, high school students are more cost-conscious than ever when it comes to choosing a school, according to the College Savings Foundation's 10th annual "How Youth Plan to Fund College" survey.More from Personal Finance: Costs have jumped 55% in a decade at public collegesThe best schools for financial aid The latest victims of the student debt crisis — parentsThe vast majority — 83% — said affordability was a factor in deciding which college to attend, up from 75% last yea
70% of adults over age 50 get this wrong about Social Security

70% of adults over age 50 get this wrong about Social Security

Finance
When it comes to Social Security, one small mistake can botch a lifetime's worth of income. As tempting as it may be to claim your retirement benefit as soon as you're eligible at age 62, choosing to do so could put a dent in your cash flow. Few people seem to be aware of this, according to a recent survey by the Nationwide Retirement Institute. Close to 70% of the polled individuals erroneously identified the age at which they'd be eligible for full retirement benefits from Social Security, the institute found. ...