Say what you will about Kanye, but he certainly has a way with words.
As you probably remember, A Tribe Called Quest lost one of its founding members late last month when Phife Dawg died due to complications with diabetes at age 45.
The rapper's friends have already spoken out about his passing, but it wasn't until Tuesday that they were finally able to formally say goodbye during his memorial.
A number of Phife's famous colleagues made their way out to the New York City service — including Lauryn Hill, LL Cool J, Busta Rhymes, The Roots, and L.A. Reid – but it was Kanye West who had the biggest impact thanks to his lengthy eulogy.
In typical Kanye fashion, he made a few jokes — specifically about Hot 97's DJ Peter Rosenberg bringing up Led Zeppelin on Phife's day — but this time, his inability to censor himself came across as charming instead of patronizing.
We're sure Phife would have greatly appreciated the speech, Ye.
Ch-ch-check out Kanye's eulogy for Phife in full (below)!!!
Charlie Sheen Reportedly Under Investigation By LAPD For Threatening To Have Ex-Fiancée Brett Rossi KILLED!
If this is true, that's just horrible.
On Wednesday, LAPD confirmed that they've launched a criminal investigation against Charlie Sheen. While the authorities did not reveal the victim in the alleged incident, or what the specific incident was, there are reports coming out that claim the scandalized star had threatened to kill his ex-fiancée, Brett Rossi.
There's supposedly an incriminating audio tape that recorded the actor considering putting out a hit on his past lady love, whose real name is Scottine Ross.
According to the reports, you can hear the Two and a Half Men alum saying on the recording:
Warner Bros. Claims Batman V Superman Disappointment Has NOT Hurt Their Schedule — As They Add Two NEW DC Movies!
Despite negative critic reviews, Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice still had a pretty explosive first weekend at the box office, setting the March record with $166.1 million domestic opening.
But after that the superhero team up had a HUGE drop off — 69 percent to be exact, a drop largely attributed to poor word of mouth.
While we're still waiting to see if the DC comic flick will turn a profit after its rumored $250 million budget and $150 million in advertising, it's clear the movie won't be quite the success Warner Bros hoped for.
Rampant speculation that WB might not release quite as many movies as a result of the disappointment — along with recent cape-less failures
How can the audience trust you when the actors aren't even in the loop?!
We've already heard from executive producer Scott Gimple, who kinda guilt tripped the fanbase for not being loyal; now some of the actors are sharing their side of the story!
As you may have already seen, Carl (Chandler Riggs) was the first character to break his silence after the episode aired, saying: