Kanye West is hitting the road once again!
Calling into Steve Harvey's morning radio show, Yeezy said:
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Does the Pope really not remember the time when sports involved giant coliseums and people being eaten by tigers? Or when sports just a few decades ago didn't even let black people play?
We're not quite sure what kind of lost morality he's looking for, but we also have to say that contrary to popular belief, not everyone is a Christian.
Yet here he goes: The Pontifical Council for Culture is going to host an international conference on re-instilling values in sports this spring, inviting representatives from top world governing bodies like FIFA, the International Cycling Union and the Italian National Olympic Committee — including Tim Tebow and Jeremy Lin.
Apparently their biggest problem with sports is
If John Cho and Jeremy Lin combined forces, it might be so much awesome that the world would just simply explode.
That's why it's a good thing they only took a picture together. Ha!
Of course, the height difference would've cause a little problem, so John tweeted the solution:
Jeremy Lin is a national sensation for two reasons.
Jeremy Lin is on the cover of the November issue of GQ.
Lin is going to be playing for the Houston Rockets, but he will def miss playing for the New York Knicks, where Linsanity all started.
Looks like Jeremy Lin wasn't being Lindecisive when he decided where to play ball next year.
He's leaving the New York Knicks for the Houston Rockets after the Knicks failed to match the Rockets' three-year, $25,000,000 offer.
That's a whole lotta money.
Lin is clearly still excited, tweeting:
"Extremely excited and honored to be a Houston Rocket again!! Much love and thankfulness to the Knicks and New York for your support the past year… easily the best year of my life."
Hopefully Lin will do just as well outside of New York.
Let's see if Linsanity round two will start in Houston.
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