Usher showed up on the “Tonight Show” last night and said he had a performance that’ll change the game and he wasn’t lying.
Birdman made the rounds at ESPN yesterday, where he appeared on a couple different shows to talk about his own new show, “Music Moguls” which airs on BET, following the lives of himself, Snoop, Damon Dash and others but he was also there to talk sports. Birdman has been seen many times sitting courtside during Miami Heat games and you have to expect you won’t see him as much now that Dwyane Wade is gone. He spoke on the way Pat Riley handled the whole situation in allowing Wade to leave, which quickly drew comparisons on twitter to the way Birdman operates with Lil Wayne. He wasn’t done there however. He also went on “The Dan LeBatard Show With Stugotz”, where he touched on the situation in OKC, which led him to call Durant “Disrespectful”.
Sheesh, for 27 billion dollars you might as well have these trains flying. The way these trains are going to look, I wouldn’t be surprised if they do.
Will Smith was on the ‘Tonight Show’ with Jimmy Fallon last night and he explained how his son Jaden Smith had just turned 18 and tricked him into letting him drink.
Everyone’s favorite NBA sideline reporter, Craig Sager, will unfortunately have to miss covering the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio because of his ongoing fight with leukemia. Sager was expected to cover the basketball portion of the Olympics after looking strong during the NBA finals but obviously his health is much more important.
Arguably one of the most historic moment’s in our country’s history was Hillary Clinton being the first woman to accept her nomination to represent the Democratic party against Donald Trump. That means she’ll be battling Donald Trump in November. With this moment happening, they caught her husband “resting his eyes” if you will.