Team USA is heading down to Rio de Janeiro right now to compete in the Olympics over the next few weeks, and while most of the country's men's basketball team is having the time of their lives, one guy is NOT feeling it.
The jiu-jitsu athlete, who makes his home elsewhere in Brazil, tweeted a scary message on Sunday, confirming that he was held for ransom by an unidentified group of men who had pulled over his car under the pretenses of searching it as officers.
On Friday, Katy Perry debuted a teaser trailer for the upcoming music video for her new single, Rise. In case you forgot, the track for the 2016 Rio Olympics is the first single the songstress has dropped in two years. Man, oh man!
On Tuesday, the athlete revealed that pretty soon she'll be dancing to her own songs, instead of her Olympic floor routines!
The 20-year-old took to Instagram to confess that she's spent the past YEAR working on her music career! She captioned this pic (above):
"Sending love to all one million of you ⭐️ Also, I haven't talked about it much, (mainly cuz people wouldn't take me seriously) but for the last year I've dedicated all my time to writing/making music, and I can finally officially say that I've got some cool stuff on the way for u guys!! 🎤🎧🎼 Hope u like dancing💃🏼"
We just hope all of her music videos feature that flawlessly unimpressed expression of hers!
What happens when over 10,000 world-class athletes in peak physical condition compete for 17 days at the Olympics? A lot of f*cking, apparently!
That's why the International Olympics Committee provided a record breaking amount of condoms for the athletes competing in the 2016 Rio Summer Games!
According to reports, the IOC is supplying 450,000 condoms — 42 per athlete — for Rio's Olympic Village, the residential area for the 10,500 ripped competitors that includes condos, shops, bars, clubs, and even McDonald's. (They gotta burn something off with all that boning, right?)