Details magazine has a hot trend alert for all you self-conscious dudes out there: Guys are drinking rosé now, and they’re not even embarrassed about it. Well, male or female, we can all agree: Rosé is great and should be enjoyed by all.
There's a story in the Bible about a guy named Samson, a very strong man with very long hair that had never been cut—and when it finally did get chopped off, he lost all his strength. It's the same thing with fat rappers.
Hey, man, don't ever call Rick Ross a bandwagon fan.
The year 2014, which will mercifully conclude in a matter of hours, was not very kind to rap music, or at least rap music with designs on crashing the Top 40.
This list is ranked in order of athletic proficiency, not skills on the mic.
Rick Ross is great, not just because he has an awesome beard and likes to eat honey-buns with cheese melted on top, but also because he isn't afraid to express his opinions about sports. Ross recently stopped by Power99, a Philadelphia radio station, to give some #HotSportsTakes to the people of Philadelphia.
That's Linsanity OG, at what looks like a legal dispensary in Los Angeles. Which must be where you go when you like your weed a little stronger.
Judging by the countless professional photographs and edited montage videos that tend to come out of these productions nowadays, Dwyane Wade had a more expensive and corporate-sponsored birthday party than you this year.
Maybe I'm missing the story. Maybe the story is that Heather Cox worked Tim Tebow, LeBron James, and Rick Ross into a single sentence. While previous ESPN on-air rap recitations have gone pretty smoothly, this instance (during last night's Heat-Nuggets battle) felt...wrong. [ESPN]
Today in delightful cultural crossover: über-icon Manny Pacquiao will join forces with über-icon-in-his-own-mind Rick Ross before he fights über-39-year-old Sugar "Shane" Mosley, who is but a pawn in this sick, sick game, next Saturday.