Yes, Kanye West Had Seen Donald Glover’s ‘A Kanye Place’ Skit Before He Co-Signed the New Gambino Video.
Between his SNL appearance and new music video, Donald Glover aka Childish Gambino had err‘body talking this weekend, including Kanye West. The problematic artist tweeted both Glover’s “A Kanye Place” skit (with a series of cry-laugh and flame emojis) and Gambino’s “This Is America” video. It doesn’t appear Glover has responded yet, but perhaps he’s just trying not to get snatched away by cornfield monsters.
Speaking of Childish Gambino, Bruno Mars Is Also a Fan.
Here’s What Happened to Erik Killmonger’s Mother.
Thanks to the commentary track found on the Black Panther Blu-ray, fans can finally get the background story on Killmonger’s mom. You may recall the scene from the film when N’Jobu and a young Zuri are devising a plan in an Oakland apartment. According to director Coogler, “the idea was when you see those guys talking over the paperwork in the beginning of the film, they’re talking about a way to break [Killmonger’s mom] out of jail. He adds that “the idea was they never got her out, and she passed away in prison, so Killmonger didn’t come up with a mom either.”
Read more via The Hollywood Reporter.
Avengers: Infinity War Is the Fastest Film to Earn $1 Billion Worldwide.
The film hit the record-breaking mark by late Saturday, and as Entertainment Weekly notes, it hasn’t even debuted in China yet. 😳
This Is Not How You Connect with the Youth, Law Enforcement.
A police department in Michigan thought it a bright idea to write “popo” on its squad cars to better relate with young residents. Written off as a joke, Bath Township Police headquarters expressed via Facebook that it’s “struggling to really reach the younger folk out there.” So in an effort to “bridge the gap,” they used MS Paint to update their patrol car graphics “in an attempt to be more relatable to the local youths.”
We can’t make this shit up.
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