Johnny Manziel’s drinking and drug use is worse than ever and he seems to be on a never-ending party tour, refusing to seek help. Now the people close to him are convinced he’s going to die unless something changes soon.
Game is taking his talents to the big screen very soon. The documentary titled “Streets Of Compton”, will star Game and feature what it’s like to live in Compton, California with exclusives from people who made it out, to those who haven’t.
New Old ‘Ye has surfaced and it’s featuring some nostalgic, original Kanye production, before he was ever a Grammy award winning artist. Check the tape after the jump.
This puppy was severely abused with his owner keeping him high off of heroine, meth, and nicotine in a motel in California. The poor pup was probably so confused he didn’t know what was going on, but luckily the Tustin Police Department rescued him, arrested the owner, and got “Bubba” into rehab.
The Cleveland Cavaliers cut down an 18-point deficit and even momentarily took the lead but the Toronto Raptors weren’t having it as the two battled in the fourth quarter. Kyle Lowry put up 35 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists while DeMar DeRozan put up 32 points, 3 rebounds and 3 assists. Bismack Biyombo has become the star of the series however. In game 3 he put up a whopping 26 rebounds; for game 4 he posted 14 rebounds and battled hard on the defensive end, doing all the things that don’t show up on the stat sheet. Raptors global ambassador Drake resumed his usual courtside seat and continued to cheer his team on while trying to rattle the Cavs. After the game, he posted a series of photos on his Instagram account, championing his team while trolling the Cavaliers. He specifically dissed Kyrie Irving saying “2 (Irving’s number) gave us 2 (two wins).” Irving put up 13 points in game 3 and 26 points in game 4.
Charts don’t lie. Drake breaks another record with Views, this time beating out any album’s first week streaming numbers with his slower second week and climbing third week.
Back in 2013 when Marshall dropped “The Marshall Mathers LP 2” with his iconic childhood home on the album’s cover, the same month the house caught fire in Detroit. What remained from the fire was nothing worth saving and had to be demolished, except some bricks which Eminem held onto. He’s gathered 700 bricks from his childhood home and now is selling them all for $313 each. Fitting isn’t it. There’s all sorts of packages you can get below, including the original “Marshall Mathers LP” on cassette.
This game has been virtually tied all night!! Talk about a nail biter! LeBron doin’ LeBron thangs, Biyombo denying dunks at the basket, Lowry bangin’ out 3’s…all while Drake is looking on with bated breath.