LeBron & Steph Curry Have Already Said Their Respective Teams Won’t Visit Trump
President Trump decided to uninvite the Philadelphia Eagles to the White House, so before he could even extend an invite to the Cavs or Warriors, both teams frontmen decided to just let him know that neither team would be attending, no matter the outcome of the Finals. “I know whoever wins this series, no one wants an invite,” LeBron James said. Steph Curry asserted the same thing after being asked, saying, “I agree with Bron. Pretty sure the way we handled things last year, we’d stay consistent with that.”
‘Orange is the New Black’ Season 6 Gets a Premiere Date
We’ll be making our way back to Litchfield on July 27th.
The uber-short 20-second clip shows the cafeteria a complete mess with tear gas containers on the floor and voice in the background that says, “This is a whole new world.” Check out the teaser down below and be prepared to add season 6 to your Netflix and Chill queue.
Donald Trump Doesn’t Know the Words to ‘God Bless America’
On Tuesday afternoon, president Donald Trump appeared at a White House ceremony that was replacing a reception celebrating the Super Bowl-winning the Philadelphia Eagles. He scheduled a celebration to honor the troops instead and the time came for him to join the military onstage to sing “God Bless America.”
This is when all hell and hilarity broke loose — he didn’t know the words.
Godfather of Rap, Jalal Mansur Nuriddin, Passes away at 74
Jalal Mansur Nuriddin whose spoken word was featured in the Last Poets died Monday at the age of 74. “It is with extreme sadness and a heavy heart that the family of Jalal Nuriddin announce the passing of this great pioneer of the recording industry. Jalal slipped quietly away this evening into the arms of Allah,” his family said in a statement. Known as the Godfather Of Rap he was featured on several Last Poets albums, including This Is Madness and has experienced the likes of Wu-Tang Clan and the Beastie Boys.