We know their rivalry is alive and well via Rolling Stone and Twitter...
Allow us to elaborate on our theory!
Now back to the present…
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Based on his resume, we'd have to say this is a solid hire!
Four days ago, Waka Flocka Flame posted a pic to his Instagram stating that he'd pay $50,000 for someone to be his official Blunt Roller!
He got tons of replies with some of the most impressively rolled blunts EVER, and the decision really started to weigh on him. WFF tweeted:
Umm, didn't we all learn that abuse is something that isn't funny? It's one of the least funny things on the planet.
Apparently these Fox & Friends hosts didn't learn the same things that every other human has!
The trio was discussing the tape of Ray Rice knocking out his then-fiancée on an elevator, and for some reason they thought it would be a good time to make a joke. But not before they shamed Janay Rice and Rihanna for going back to their attackers, sending a bad message to women who are also victims of abuse.
Are you f***ing kidding us??
Once friends, and now they’re rivals… for a little while at least!
The Biebs flaunted his skillz, taking on very tall celeb Snoop Dogg, and even dunked the ball backwards!
We love when people don’t waffle with their opinions!
After Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling had his racist comments leaked, people immediately had some strong reactions, and since the NBA playoffs are going on, it wasn’t hard to get athletes comments.
Before his game on Saturday, Lebron James let loose about what he thought should happen to Sterling. He said it was “unacceptable” and that NBA commissioner Adam Silver needed to be aggressive with his reaction. LBJ also said that he isn’t sure if he’d play in the game if Sterling were his team's owner, and that he’s more disappointed than angry (below).
Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant echoed these sentiments, tweeting
We trust companies all over the world to put edible things into our food, and we just blindly go along with what they say is in their packages — but like the horse meat scandal in Ikea meatballs (and Europe, and Taco Bell), do we really know what's happening before we take a bite?
If you're eating Hot Pockets lately, nope!
The meat in Hot Pockets' Philly Steak and Cheese and Croissant Crust Philly Steak and Cheese have been recalled because they possibly contained meat from