Please let this be new music from “R8,” because this tease sounds too good!
Former Washington Redskin, Fred Smoot, was arrested Sunday in Washington, D.C. on domestic violence charges in the alleged assault of his girlfriend. The 35 year old, ex-cornerback was arrested for misdemeanor simple assault. If things couldn’t get any worse, the actual police report has been nabbed & leaked, along with the alleged victim, Valarie Jackson, taking to social media and showing cuts to her upper lip and arm bruises that she claims resulted from multiple incidents. Sheeshh, hit the jump for the detailed police report and pics of the injuries!
When the NFL created a policy that required players to talk to the media, I’m pretty sure this isn’t what they had in mind. We are fully aware that Richard Sherman is never shy to reveal his thoughts. Recently, Marshawn Lynch was served with a hefty fine after ignoring reporters, and his teammates held a press conference and shockingly discussed the fine and other factors that might land them in hot water. Hit the jump for details.
On Monday night, the decision of a grand jury had been made regarding the killing of Mike Brown by officer, Darren Wilson, in Ferguson. Wilson was found NOT Guilty, hence would not be charged in the shooting death of the unarmed African-American teenager. The no indictment decision sparked a series of nationwide protests, some getting extremely out of hand, ending in flames.
The news had not been taken lightly, with many, including pro-athletes, voicing their frustration and opinions via social media. Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash chimed in as well to speak on the shocking verdict. Hit the jump for more info!
Last month, the Kings star admitted that he had no “respect” for the NBA Legend, and Barkley responded with some strong words himself. Reporters caught up with Smith, who addressed the beef and claims that the two were “just playing”. Hit the jump for details.
In honor of Titty Tuesday today, take a look at some beautiful jugs in the gallery. You’re Welcome!
Chandler was an integral piece to the Knicks for a few seasons before returning back to the Mavericks during the off season as part of a 6 player trade. In a recent interview with ESPN, Chandler discussed his struggles last season. Hit the jump for details.
For the first time ever, Michael Brown’s killer, Officer Darren Wilson, has sat down for a televised interview about that fateful day in Ferguson back in August. After he was cleared of any charges last night, Wilson sat down with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos for an hour-long chat that will air in full on Tuesday on ABC’s World News Tonight.
Wilson says that he regrets nothing, and would do it again if need be. Wow. Check out the preview of the Darren Wilson interview below. Prayers are with Michael Brown’s family.
Reebok Classic x The FADER’s two-part concert series, Coast to Coast, kicked off on Monday, November 24th at the Holding Co. in Los Angeles with performances from Ab-Soul and Kid Ink, hosted by LA’s Karen Civil. Photos from the event are attached. This particular concert coincided with the 25th anniversary of the Reebok Pump sneaker on November 24th, the official birthday of the Pump. An iconic technology and style that has graced the feet of athletes, musicians and almost everyone else since the late 80s, the Pump still remains relevant today.To commemorate this anniversary, Ab-Soul wore the distinctive Reebok Classic x Keith Haring Court Victory Pump during his performance.The Coast to Coast concert series was developed as a platform to integrate music with style. Reebok and The Fader will be hitting both coasts and presenting exclusive artist performances, in addition to pieces of content that document the artists in their home base, which will be live on TheFADER.com later this year. Up next: one of the hottest rising stars in music, Kiesza, will headline the NYC show on December 3rd. Be sure to visit TheFADER.com for more details, or follow @ReebokClassics and @TheFADER for your chance to win a coveted spot to the next event!
New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., made one of, if not the best catch in NFL history. It happened during the second quarter of the Giants Sunday night game against the Dallas Cowboys. Eli Manning threw a 43-yard pass that looked like it would’ve been overthrown but Beckham caught it and held on for the touchdown. The catch blew up over social media with numerous people sending praise Beckham’s way. There’s one person in particular who Beckham was honored to be noticed by.