A s*xual abuse video about a woman who was abused as a child and no longer has trust in men, thus result in her reacting in a way some may consider too promiscuous.
Should Carmelo Stay with the Knicks or should he opt out and test the free agent waters???
It pains me to point out the FAIL in one of my faves like rapper turned actor, Ice Cube, but it must be done! Because the last thing we need from Cube, is him bitching about losing a MTV Movie Award to a dead person.
Cube, who starred in the very successful buddy cop comedy movie “Ride Along” with Kevin Hart, was pissed when he lost the MTV Movie award for “Best On-Screen Duo” to Vin Diesel and Paul Walker.
Granted, Cube is only human, so feeling disappointed or even jealous about losing an award is going to happen; but sharing those butt-hurt feelings with the world was his first mistake. The rapper said that the only reason Diesel and Walker won the award was because Walker passed away last year and fans let their emotions get in the way; calling it a “sympathy vote.”
“We was robbed…Shame on you MTV. We had the best chemistry of everybody nominated, for us not to win was crazy… We were the best onscreen duo, period.”
Cube, let me give you some advice, if no one else does.
Unlike Walker, you will be around to get nominated again and possibly win an award next time, be thankful you’re still alive. And also, it’s a fucking MTV Movie Award, not an Oscar.
Get over it!
Congrats to my boy D-Lill, I been telling people about you…
Portland Trail Blazers star Damian Lillard signed a contract extension with adidas on Monday that will make him one of the highest-earning endorsers in the NBA.
The deal, which can extend to 10 years, could be worth up to $100 million including incentives and options, sources told ESPN.com. It’s believed to be the largest shoe deal since Derrick Rose signed a 13-year deal in 2012 that could be worth more than $185 million. LeBron James and Kevin Durant, both of whom are with Nike, are the highest-earning active players when it comes to shoe endorsements.
Lillard, who was the 2012-13 Rookie of the Year and made his first All-Star appearance this season, has connected with young fans because of his shooting ability and easygoing personality. He has averaged 20.8 points and 5.6 assists in helping the Blazers clinch a playoff spot.
“Adidas has been great to me over my first two seasons,” said Lillard in a release. “I’ve had the opportunity to wear a lot of great product, help design special versions of shoes, be a part of TV commercials and travel the world with the brand. I’m excited for what the future holds for me and adidas.”
Lillard will be featured in a series of Foot Locker ads pitching adidas starting this week in which he co-stars with several retired football and basketball stars.
While Lillard did not have a signature shoe in his first two years with the adidas brand, the company will likely put one in its plans. Like Rose, one thing adidas has going for it is that Lillard is on a team whose primary colors are red and black, which have been the most popular colors for sneakerheads since the early days of Air Jordans.
As adidas continues to market Lillard more, the question will be whether he can break out of the Portland market, which could be a challenge. It’s not impossible, as both James and Durant became marketing icons playing in Cleveland and Oklahoma City, respectively.
Lillard signed a deal with adidas after he was drafted sixth overall in 2012, one that included an opt-out clause after this season. Adidas reached an agreement on the big extension with Lillard and agent Aaron Goodwin, who also negotiated James’ and Durant’s first deals with Nike when they came into the league.
Despite the large deals given to Rose — and now Lillard — shoe industry insiders don’t expect adidas to be conservative during this year’s draft, which is loaded with potential stars such as Andrew Wiggins and Jabari Parker.
Adidas has the official apparel deal with the NBA but had only a 5.5 percent stake of the U.S. basketball shoe sales market in 2013, according to SportsOneSource, a market retail tracking firm. Nike and the Jordan Brand, which it owns, combined for 92 percent.
A Utah mother was facing multiple counts of murder Sunday after cops made the grisly discovery of seven dead babies in the garage of her former home — six stuffed in cardboard boxes.
Megan Huntsman, 39, is believed to be the mother of all the dead infants police suspect were killed between 1996 and 2006.
“My personal reaction? Just shocked. Couldn’t believe it. The other officers felt the same. They got more and more shocked each box they opened,” said Capt. Michael Roberts of the Pleasant Grove, Utah, Police Department.
Huntsman was charged with six counts of murder. It was unclear why she was not charged with the seventh murder.
Cops were called to the house Saturday after Huntsman’s ex-husband, Darren West, discovered one of the dead babies while cleaning out the garage of a home where Huntsman previously lived.
Officers searched the garage and found six more babies in cardboard boxes, Roberts said.
Neighbors said Huntsman’s three older daughters, aged 13 to 20, still live in the house, which is owned by the West’s parents.
Huntsman moved out of the house in 2011, leaving her daughters to live on their own, neighbors said.
Roberts said the ex-husband who is believed to have fathered the slain infants was not a suspect in the infanticide.
“We don’t believe he had any knowledge of the situation,” Roberts said of West.
West was recently released from prison after serving time on drug-related charges.
Asked how it was possible that West did not know about the slain babies, Roberts said, “That’s the million-dollar question. Amazing.”
He refused to say if Huntsman had made any admissions to detectives interviewing her Sunday.
The tiny bodies were taken to the Utah medical examiner’s office to determine the cause of death.
DNA samples were taken from Huntsman and her ex-husband to confirm paternity.
The crime left Huntsman’s former neighbors in the town 35 miles south of Salt Lake City sickened and dismayed.
“This has just blown us away,” said Kathie Hawker, adding that Huntsman once babysat her grandchildren. “It makes us so sad, we want to cry.”
Hawker’s husband, Aaron, said he spoke to the ex-husband just before he made the chilling discovery.
“Two hours later, suddenly we had all these policemen here,” Aaron Hawker said.
West and his family issued a statement Sunday night saying they were “in a state of shock and confusion.”
A man was fatally shot overnight outside a popular bar in University City, and police believe they have the shooter in custody.
Philadelphia police said officers were called to 40th and Spruce streets at about 1:30 a.m. for a report of shots fired. Officers found a 31-year-old man unconscious on the sidewalk, suffering from multiple gunshot wounds to his chest and torso.
The man was taken to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, where he was pronounced dead just before 1:45 a.m.
Police identified him as Timothy Cary, of the 5100 block of Locust Street in West Philadelphia.
Officers from the University of Pennsylvania’s police department apprehended the suspected shooter a block away, on the 4000 block of Pine Street, shortly after the incident.
The slaying happened just off Penn’s campus, but officials said neither the victim nor the suspect is affiliated with the school.
Police said the shooting is believed to have stemmed from a dispute that started inside the Copabanana bar at 40th and Spruce. It wasn’t immediately known what the men were fighting about.
Authorities said at least 10 shots were fired, and the proximity of the shell casings to Cary indicated he was shot at point-blank range. The gun believed to be the murder weapon was also recovered.
Several witnesses at the bar identified the 26-year-old suspect as the shooter, police said.
No one else was injured, and police are not looking for any other assailants.