Photos of DJ Khaled shooting a video with Rihanna and Bryson Tiller in Miami have surfaced on the net, and we kind of need to see the final product, like… Yesterday. From what we can see, the video, shot in Little Haiti, is for a single off Khaled’s forthcoming Grateful. The single may or may not sample Santana’s “Maria Maria” from ’99.
Khaled (of course) donned all silk, while Pen Griffey kept it low-key in quintessential Griffey fashion. And Asahd. We can’t forget about Asahd. “Khaled’s young son Asahd was quite the charmer, stealing a kiss from Rihanna, who donned a flowy yellow number in one scene and a see-through pink blouse with colorful Balenciaga leggings in another,” writes The Rap-Up.
Speaking of Riri and Asahd:
*Clutching chest* Our heart.
Naomi Jones, a 12-year-old Florida girl reported missing Wednesday, was reportedly found dead in a creek miles from her home. The announcement was made Monday night by Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan, who told reporters, “I want to caution everyone, that can drop to one or that could go to three or four but right now we have defined two people we are extremely interested in.” As of press time, no arrests have been made. Detectives are in the process of interviewing the persons of interests, who Morgan reportedly believes possibly knew Jones or her family.
While the world continues to reel over Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris climate deal, President Obama reminds us all of what’s still possible. During an event in Montreal, “Obama said he ‘took great comfort’ in watching as states, cities and corporations ‘made clear that they will keep pushing forward,'” according to The Los Angeles Times.
“Even with the temporary absence of American leadership,” Obama said, the deal “will still give our children a fighting chance.”
But wait… Was that?… A subliminal jab?… Or…
In more Trump-related news, Rep. Al Green announced Tuesday that he’s still pushing forward with plans to impeach the president. Let’s. Gooo.
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