$10,000 AND CUPCAKES FROM ELLEN SHOW DIDN’T IMPRESS 3-YEAR-OLD YOUTUBE SENSATION

Mateo and Ellen
Mateo and Ellen

Burbank, California – Last week, The Adobo Chronicles reported that three-year-old YouTube sensation Mateo Beltran who was videotaped arguing with his mom Linda over cupcakes demanded that he be paid $50,000 for his and his mom’s appearance on the Ellen Show.  Upon watching the YouTube video, host Ellen DeGeneres invited mother and son to be guests on her show.

This week, Mateo and Linda did appear on Ellen’s show, but to the little boy’s disappointment, all he got was $10,000 and some cupcakes.  Just before coming out on the show, Mateo was informed about the gift of cash and cupcakes.  He was not happy.

So during the live taping of the show, Mateo did nothing close to his witty, argumentative and endearing performance that millions saw on YouTube.  He just sat on Linda’s lap, had one-word responses to Ellen’s questions, and basically did not pay attention to what was going on.

Ellen was of course equally disappointed, but learned a good lesson that no one, not even a celebrity television host, can shortchange a smart three-year-old, especially one named Mateo Beltran.

Here is a clip of Mateo appearance on the Ellen Show.

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DEVELOPING NEWS: MISSING MALAYSIA AIRLINES PLANE FOUND INTACT

imagePlane was found intact inside the CNN studios in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Press conference scheduled for 9pm Eastern. Stay tuned.

CNN CONFIRMS: GOD STOLE MISSING MALAYSIA AIRLINES PLANE

Students watch as artists finish a school-ground painting inspired by the missing Malaysia Airlines plane in the Philippine city of Makati.  (Photo: Romeo Ranoco/Reuters)
Students watch as artists finish a school-ground painting inspired by the missing Malaysia Airlines plane in the Philippine city of Makati.
(Photo: Romeo Ranoco/Reuters)

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – With reports that Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 with 239 people on board might have flown for six and a half hours after its transponder stopped sending signals on March 8, the search for the missing Boeing 777-200ER has expanded to a vast area stretching from the Indian Ocean to as far north as Kazakhstan.

Malaysian authorities have not ruled out any theories – from mechanical problems and pilot error to hijacking and pilot suicide.  But they seemed to have missed one possible cause of the plane’s disappearance. 

It took anchors and analysts from a respected U.S. news cable network to state the obvious: God may have stolen the plane.

The anchors and analysts bandied about the idea Sunday afternoon that something “beyond our understanding” happened to Malaysia Airlines flight MH 370, that “something” being perhaps supernatural maybe?

“Especially today, on a day when we deal with the supernatural,” the anchor said. “We go to church, the supernatural power of God…people are saying to me, why aren’t you talking about the possibility — and I’m just putting it out there — that something odd happened to this plane, something beyond our understanding?”

What is surprising to television viewers is that the cable news network was not Fox News. It was CNN. The Anchor? Don Lemon.

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