Trick Shot Titus, the two-year-old web star known for his precocious ability to sink baskets with a mini basketball, appeared on Fox & Friends Thursday morning to show off his talent.
It did not end well.
Titus was on fire, hitting every shot, until an errant pass from anchor Brian Kilmeade bounced off his face and made him cry.
"I don't believe it, I don't believe it," Kilmeade said, with a strained smile on his face, while young Titus wailed in the background. Kilmeade then tried to cut away to a bit on Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks.
Thus ended another memorable segment of Fox & Friends.
Titus appeared on Jimmy Kimmel's show back in May with a highlight reel of his trick shots. Kimmel did not make him cry.
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