The Daily Scoop: 2-3-2015

Tuesday's top trending stories

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“The Daily Scoop” is the morning segment on KDLT News Today that highlights the top trending stories on social media.

Bobbi Kristina Brown “fighting for her life”

We’re learning more about what first responders found when they got to the home of Bobbi Kristina Brown, Saturday morning.

The 21-year-old, who is the daughter of singers Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston, was found unresponsive in a bathtub in her Georgia home.

On Monday her family said Bobbi is “fighting for her life” and surrounded by loved ones in a hospital. The 911 call released Monday revealed that the 21-year-old was found unresponsive and face down in her bathtub just after 11 a.m.

Brown’s husband and a friend were the ones to find her and started CPR, but it’s unclear how long she spent without oxygen. Acousin tells NBC News that Bobbi is breathing with the help of a ventilator.

February 11th will be three years since Whitney Houston was found submerged in a bathtub in a Beverly Hills hotel. She was later pronounced dead.

Judge revokes bail for Marion “Suge” Knight

The founder of Death Row Records, Marion “Suge” Knight, is being held without bail in Los Angeles on a murder charge.

A judge yanked knight’s bail Monday. The LA Sheriff’s Department said that a bail commissioner changed knight’s bail from $2 million to “no bail.”

Knight turned himself in Friday in connection with a fatal hit-and-run. His attorney says the rap mogul accidentally ran over and killed a friend and injured another man as he fled attackers on Thursday. Police say he ran them over on purpose and then left the scene.

Witnesses say Knight argued with two men at a burger restaurant in Compton on Thursday. The reasons for Knight’s change in bail include that he’s considered a flight risk and has a criminal past.

He is set to appear in court sometime Tuesday.

Super Bowl scores super-sized ratings

Saturday’s big game scores super-sized TV ratings, while blowing up social media.

The Super Bowl-saving down-to-the-wire interception by the Patriots’ Malcolm Butler set off an estimated 395,000 Twitter tweets per minute.
Sunday’s game was the most tweeted-about Super Bowl- with a total 28.4 million tweets. It also set a Facebook super bowl record- with 65 million people commenting on the site about the matchup.

This year’s Super Bowl also scored the highest-ever overnight ratings for a television broadcast and put the game as the highest rated Super Bowl of all time.

Neilsen reports 114.4 million people watched the game. That tops the previous year’s game by more than two million.