YouTube Star Lele Pons Witnesses Photographer Friend Seriously Injured in Hit & Run

1:29 PM PT — Lele just addressed the hit-and-run on Twitter, saying the car that struck Corentin was a grey Acura … adding that she and her team have provided all the details they witnessed to police. She also said she’ll be taking a break from…


Kim Kardashian Prays for Her Photographer Injured in Serious Car Crash

Mom-shamers like to slam Kim Kardashian for posing nude, but she poses with a purpose, and usually with a professional photographer.

Tragically, Kim’s photographer, Marcus Hyde, has been in a truly horrific car accident.

Kim shared the news and is asking fans to pray for his recovery.

On Tuesday, Kim Kardashian tweeted out the news about Marcus Hyde’s terrible accident.

“Please pray for my friend @MarcusHyde,” Kim tweeted.

She also included an image, appearing to show the two of them, with words imposed over it.

“I’m trying to find the perfect picture but I don’t want to share them,” Kim writes.

Kim explains her reluctance: “We were saving these for our book.”

Clearly, she doesn’t want to signal that there’s no hope by sharing the photo. She’d rather believe he’ll recover.

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Her comments go on, now directly addressing Marcus.

“Angels are surrounding you,” Kim writes.

She continues: “I’m praying so hard for you.”

“Please be ok,” she begs.

Kim’s message concludes: “Please come back @marcushyde.”

This is truly heartbreaking.

Marcus Hyde is a photographer known for his work with tasteful, artistic nudity.

He is especially famous for his work with Kim Kardashian and her sisters, including Khloe and Kendall.

TMZ reports that Marcus’ terrible accident took place Monday morning, October 29.

He was on the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu when he apparently lost control of his vehicle.

Marcus went over an embankment.

From the looks of things, the Mercedes AMG CLS that he was driving has been totaled.

He himself was airlifted to the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.

He had a female passenger in the vehicle at the time.

TMZ reports that, per their sources, this unidentified woman was also hospitalized.

We don’t know Marcus’ exact condition — but he reportedly suffered a critical head injury.

Sources also say that Marcus Hyde was suffering seizures as a result of the crash and the head injury.

That is devastatingly serious.

Marcus has traveled the globe with Kim and with Kanye.

He has been the man behind the camera for some of her most famous photos.

He was also the photographer for the Kardashian (and Jenner) Calvin Klein photos late last year.

This man’s artistic vision has been a part of Kim’s brand for a long time.

Kim is clearly reeling from this news. It’s no wonder that she’s asking fans for prayers.

As we mentioned, the fact that she’s unwilling to release photos of the two of them means that she’s clinging to hope.

She wants Marcus to survive, recover, and then release that book with her.

If she were to release a photo now, it would feel like she was giving up on him.

We absolutely understand the way that she is thinking.

We here at THG sincerely hope that Marcus Hyde and his passenger make a full and speedy recovery from this horrific ordeal.

We also hope that his friends and loved ones — Kim included — can find comfort and hope while they wait for news.


Alaskan Bush People: Gabe Brown Fears the Worst After Matt Is Injured

Last week on Alaskan Bush People, Gabe Brown risked life and limb working construction on the Brown family's new homestead.

On the latest episode, however, it's not Gabe who's putting himself at risk. His older brother Matt Brown gets injured.

It's a major setback for the Browns, as they explain in this video. How much will this delay construction?

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On Sunday night's new Alaskan Bush People episode, Matt Brown jumps down from too high and ends up injuring his knee.

His siblings are concerned about his well being, but as Gabe explains to the camera, they are also concerned about delaying their construction project.

"These are major setbacks," Gabe laments to the camera.

He shares his fear that: "It's gonna keep us from building the barn."

"It's pretty much worst case scenario," Gabe worries. Matt may be able to walk, but not like he could before he twisted his knee.

Rain Brown is only 15 (though she often acts as the family's de facto spokesperson on social media, she will not turn 16 until November 23, 2018).

Despite that, she is so often the voice of reason — and even maturity. Even when she is speaking to Bam Bam, who is 34 entire years old.

"I'm just going to be blunt with you," Rain says. "I think you could help more."

Bam, we learn, has been showing up late and bristles in the face of being given instructions. Again, this is a grown man who was born in 1984.

"It's really important for everyone to get involved with this," Rain emphasizes. "Teamwork is important."

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Though he had been messing around in the face of Matt's instructions, Rain's words do get through to Bam Bam.

"I'm just me all the time," Bam admits.

You know what? He sure is.

He then asks Rain to "just tell me," when he's not being as helpful as he should. "So maybe I can fix it."

That sounds like it should be his responsibility rather than Rain's, but okay.

Rain needs more from Bam Bam than showing up on time and working as a team.

She admits that what he really brings to the group is a concern with safety. Matt and Gabe, in contrast, are daredevils who take risks like they have something to prove.

"I think we actually need your help a lot more than we let on," Rain tells Bam.

She appreciates him agreeing to work on his behavior, and says: "I think that this is a good first step." 

"We still need to get that working on a team level going," Rain says.

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It sounds like Matt — and, honestly, Gabe — need to reign in their impulses, while Bam Bam needs to be more helpful.

To be fair, they're all there to film the show. As we know, the Brown family have accumulated their share of wealth over what are now 8 seasons of reality televisions.

They're not squatting on land in the wilderness — they're on Billy Brown's 435 property in rural Washington.

Bam isn't there because he's a construction expert. He's there because he's a reality star and appearing on camera means that he gets paid.

Still, that injury looks like the real deal. Maybe Matt should wisen up and realize that he's not as young as he once was. They all need to be careful.

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