“Chaka Khan Net Worth” Google Result Is Giving the Internet Lots of LOLs

For most people, when they have questions about something, they turn to Google, which 9 times out of 10 gives them the answer(s) they desire. Sometimes, however, the search engine giant returns not-so-expected results that end up being HEE-LARIOUS.

Like that one time a search of “New England Patriots owner” or “Patriots owner” returned the result “Nick Foles,” the Quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles and Super Bowl MVP. Of course, Nick Foles doesn’t actually OWN the Patriots (though he did “own” them in the Super Bowl), but that’s what made the whole thing funny. It ended up going viral on social media and Google eventually fixed it.

Now, someone has pointed out yet another hilarious “Google Blooper.” When you input the search terms “Chaka Khan net worth,” you get this:

That is NOT a picture of Chaka Khan, obviously. It’s actually the late R&B singer/songwriter Nick Ashford, one half of the legendary soul duo Ashford and Simpson. And the Internet is having a whole field day over the Google blunder.

Oddly enough, the actual link to the search result shows the correct photo of Chaka Khan, so I have no idea why Google is showing Nick Ashford on the SERP (Search Engine Result Page).

If I were Chaka Khan, I would be drafting a NASTY e-mail to Google HQ right about now. How dare they?! (LOL). Anyhow, if you want to see the hilarity for yourself, you’d better hurry up before Google finds out and fixes it.

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Former Florida Official Shot in the Head by Wife Over Google Search Dispute; Wife Charged with Attempted Murder

A dispute over a Google search has left former Florida official Tony Brown in critical condition after being shot in the back of the head by his wife.

Former Riviera Beach Community Redevelopment Agency executive director Tony Brown, 58, was airlifted to UF Health Hospital on Tuesday (May 29). He is scheduled to have brain surgery on Thursday to remove bullet fragments.

Lawanda Brown, Tony’s wife, was arrested on Wednesday and charged with attempted murder. A judge set bond at $500,002. As of this writing, she remains held in Nassau County Jail.

“It was all a blur,” Lawanda described the shooting to investigators.

According to the 57-year-old, the confrontation began after Tony asked his wife to do a Google search for a template to use for a project the couple was working on. Lawanda says she didn’t like Tony’s tone and could tell that he was not happy with how she was conducting the search.

Authorities arrived at the couple’s Fernandina Beach home around 1:30 p.m. to find Tony lying in a pool of blood with a gunshot wound in the back of his head. Tony was walking away from Lawanda prior to being shot.

Police found a .38 caliber handgun in the couple’s bedroom.

Tony became Riviera Beach’s CRA director in 2010 but was fired in 2016, along with the CRA chairman, due to concerns with their leadership.

In 2001, President George W. Bush nominated Tony for a position in the U.S. Treasury Department. Prior to the nomination, Tony was a Senior Vice President for Bank of America in Jacksonville, Fla.

He’s now CEO of T. Brown Consulting Group, a consulting business he runs with his wife and alleged shooter, Lawanda. The two were working on a project together in their home office at the time of the incident.

A friend of the family says Tony is lucid and speaking, his condition was recently upgraded from critical to serious and stable. But brain surgery to remove bullet fragments is still needed.

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