The Game has been buttering Nicki up on Instagram.
First he openly lusted over a photographic thirst trap.
He was a little more subtle when liking the victory dance video Nicki performed last night after passing Aretha Franklin for the most Hot 100 hits by a female artist.
Partial Source: HipHopEarly.com
The NBA is better than every other sport at everything, including Twitter fights in the middle of the night involving a current player and a Hall of Famer that currently works for TNT. You don’t get that anywhere. Jay Cutler will never be up at 3 a.m. tweeting at Terry Bradshaw. Never happened.
But it was Javale McGee and Shaquille O’Neal — again — in the early hours of Friday being mad online.
Like any good beef, it started offline. On Thursday night’s edition of NBA on TNT, Shaq fronted a Dr. Strange parody that featured McGee missing dunks, falling down, and Shaq starring in the clip.
So you can see how this may upset someone. It did.
McGee responded at 2:25 a.m. (not even 11:30 p.m. his time, so it’s still early) requesting that Shaq… well, you see.
If you’d like to know what EAD stands for, it’s “Eat A Dick”.
Shaq got around to responding at 3:57 a.m. ET, which is very likely his time zone since the TNT show is shot in Atlanta.
Shaq closed the argument with a photoshop he had.
Shaq scored good with the photoshop. It’s interesting to see what happens in the future. Who knows, maybe they’ll work it out.
Partial Source/Originally reported by Uproxx.com
Lindsay Lohan really wants to make her dreams a reality.
Disney continues to turn its animated classics into live-action films and the actress wants in on the action.
“I will sing again, as #ariel #thelittlemermaid,” Lohan wrote on Instagram Saturday, alongside a side-by-side pic of her and the animated mermaid princess. “@disney approve that “#billcondon directs it along with my sister @alianamusic singing the theme song for the soundtrack.”
“Also @kgrahamsfb plays Ursula,” the actress continued. “Simply because, she is the best. Take one. @disneystudios.”
Disney has not commented on the film and has not responded to Lohan’s post.
The actress has often said in interviews that Ariel is her dream role. In November, she unofficially pitched Disney the idea via social media.
In summer 2016, it was reported Disney execs were in talks about a possible live-action Little Mermaid movie. That November, Broadway’s Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda told Vulture that he was in “super-early talks” to take part in the film, following reports he had teamed up with the 1989 animated movie’s composer Alan Menken to pen its songs. Miranda had recently starred and written music for Disney’s Moana.
“I literally don’t have a title for what my job on The Little Mermaid is yet,” Lin-Manuel said. “Right now, it’s the guy who wears the ‘don’t mess it up’ hat. If I could sign a contract with that job title on it, that would be great! But that’s sort of where we are.”
Lohan’s post comes a day after Jon Favreau and Disney Studios announced on social media that the Lion King live-action reboot he is directing will star Donald Glover as Simba, and James Earl Jones reprising his role as Mufasa.
We haven’t heard much about the Soulja Boy-Chris Brown fight lately.
According to Soulja Boy (who isn’t very reliable) that’s because Chris Brown backed out of the planned boxing match.
Nigga talked all that Shit just to back down and not sign the paper work. Not about that life. No action. Don’t wanna hear about this ever
Now we all know Chris a Bitch don’t bring this shit up to me ever again. He ain’t wanna see these hands. Facts
Obviously he don’t wanna fight , so I’m gonna leave him alone. Beef over just tell him don’t call my phone over a girl. That was 2nd time
I couldn’t wait to knock that nigga out now about y’all tweet him and ask why he bitched out? I’m back to the studio. With yo bitch
In addition to the Tweets, Soulja posted a video in which Wack 100 explains that everyone has signed off on the fight but Chris Brown.
Chris Brown has yet to respond to Soulja or Wack.
Direct Source/Originally Reported by HipHopEarly.com