Thursday, February 28, 2013
Jermaine recently spoke with radio personality Jenny Boom Boom to talk about his new single “Power Trip,” his upcoming sophomore album Born Sinner, celebrity crushes, speaking at Harvard University, his long-awaited joint album with Kendrick Lamar, and more. Listen to the interview after the jump.
Does This Look Like The Face Of A Dude Who Lost His Dick In A Car Accident And Got A New One Made Out Of His Arm?
Sun – THE BRIT who had pioneering surgery to rebuild his wrecked manhood said last night that he finally “feels like man”.Married 40-year-old virgin Mohammed Abad had his penis ripped off in a horror car crash when he was six. Now he is looking forward to having sex for the very first time, thanks to his rebuilt 6in appendage — made of fat taken from his left arm. Security guard Mo may even be able to fulfil his dream of becoming a dad. At the same time as he loses his virginity, he will also be consummating his two-year marriage. Incredibly, his patient young wife only discovered Mo was lacking downstairs when he broke down and confessed three days AFTER their arranged union. Mo says: “I always felt there was something missing in my life. I wanted to be normal like everybody else. Everybody has sex, why not me? Now I can lead a normal life. My wife is delighted with how it has turned out. I stand naked looking in the mirror now. It’s a good size, too. I couldn’t be happier with it. I finally feel more like a man.”
Gov. Chris Christie signed a bill on Tuesday making New Jersey the third state in the nation to legalize Internet gambling, hours after the Legislature passed a revised bill that made the changes he wanted. … Gamblers would have to set up online accounts with a particular casino. “This was a critical decision, and one that I did not make lightly,” Mr. Christie said. “But with the proper regulatory framework and safeguards that I insisted on including in the bill, I am confident that we are offering a responsible yet exciting option that will make Atlantic City more competitive while also bringing financial benefits to New Jersey as a whole.” The idea is to help the struggling casinos by attracting new gamblers who are not now visiting the casinos. “Comps,” like free hotel rooms, show tickets and meals, would be accrued from online play, but would have to be redeemed in person at a casino. The bill will not take effect until the State Division of Gaming Enforcement sets a start date, from three to nine months from now.
In case you missed it last night, highlights from last night’s Knicks/Warriors game at the Garden. The 3 minute youtube highlight reel is probably still one of the best things you’ve seen in sports this year
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
To everyone’s surprise, the Sacramento Kings took the reigning NBA Champions, Miami Heat, to a thrilling double overtime before heading on the road with the inevitable loss. DeMarcus Cousins led the Kings with his 26th double-double of the season, grabbing 15 boards and scoring 24 points (10 of 17), 2 of which, forced the first overtime. Marcus Thornton exploded off the bench for 36 points, on 8 of 12 shooting from beyond the arc, and 3 assists. In the second overtime, LeBron James went full super hero mode, going off for 11 of Heat’s 17 points in the extended period to finish with a total of 40 points (14 of 23), 8 rebounds, and a career-high 16 assists. Becoming the first player in NBA history since Kareem in 1983 to shoot at least 64 percent (minimum of 200 shots) from the field in a calender month. Dwyane Wade added 39 points on 19 of 28 shooting, 8 rebounds and 7 dimes.
Rich Eisen’s suit-clad 40-yard dash is an NFL Combine tradition dating back to 2005, and because the NFL Network host is a good sport about just about everything, he poked fun at the recent deer antler spray scandal — dousing himself with a prop version of the performance enhancer in a manner only matched by meat-headed bros headed out for a night of fist pumping. Whatever was in that can inspired a career-tying best 6.03 seconds, which we’re becoming highly suspicious of due to the fact his two best times have come in the last two combines.
Without further ado, here are 50 Things You Didn't Know About Kanye West:
-He made his first beat in seventh grade.
-He had an early nickname of "Deep House" because of his baggy pants and backpacks.
-After dropping out of school, he worked as a telemarketer to pay his mom the $200 a month in rent she demanded.
-He sold his first beat to local Chicago rapper Gravity for $8,800.
-He'd "leave meetings crying all the time" before he got signed.
-Micheal Jackson called him to ask about the jacket he wore in the "Stronger" video.
-He says that Drake was the first artist who actually scared and put pressure on him.
-Mos Def came to his house after the Taylor Swift incident at the VMAs and encouraged him to move out of America.
To see the entire list click here
It took a couple of days, but Lil Wayne has responded to Pitbull's diss record. Earlier this week Pit released the song "Welcome To Dade County" going at Wayne for disrespecting his hometown of Miami.
"You got money, yeah yeah, that's sweet/ But we all know Slim and Baby really eat/ You talk Miami if you talking Heat/ Moral of the story, don't sh*t where you eat," Pitbull raps.
Monday, February 25, 2013
“You look like an old girlfriend of mine”
“Do I look like a new girlfriend?”
“I’ve thought about it”
Sunday, February 24, 2013
Saturday, February 23, 2013
Friday, February 22, 2013
Sometimes memes do come true. Remember that whole Smokin’ Jay Cutler fad. There’s a wonderfully creative tumbler page dedicated to the Chicago Bears QB smoking. That was the entire premise. Cutler Smoking. Check out this pic of Jay snapped in Tennessee with what appears to be a pack of cigarettes?