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50 Cent Mocks Terry Crews As He Testifies to Senate On Behalf of Sexual Assault Survivors

Today, Terry Crews gave a testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee on behalf of the Sexual Assault Survivors’ Bill of Rights to share his #MeToo story. Last year the actor detailed being sexually assaulted by WME partner Adam Venit, and 50 Cent decided to clown him for it. The rapper took to Instagram to post a picture of Terry that read “I got raped. My wife just watched” which 50 captioned “LOL, What the fuck is going on out here man? Terry: I froze in fear. they would have had to take me to jail. Get the strap.” To make matters even worse Russell Simmons, who’s also been accused of sexual assault commented under the photo with a laughing emoji

MTV Is Getting a “How High” Sequel

Everyone’s favorite stoner flick is coming back. Deadline reports that How High is set to receive a reboot over on MTV. The ’01 movie quickly became a cult classic, starring Method Man and Redman, who play two lazy potheads who somehow aced their college tests and are trying to finesse their way through Harvard. The cast for the new film hasn’t been revealed, but the plot has.

“In the update, written by Artie Johann and Shawn Ries, two young but business-savvy stoners embark on a pot-filled odyssey through Atlanta to find their missing weed, only to uncover a vast government conspiracy,” reports Deadline.


Pete Davidson to Star in Coming-of-Age Movie ‘Big Time Adolescence’

Pete Davidson is having a very big day. 

The comedian is set to star in American High’s upcoming drama, Big Time Adolescence. According to Variety, the movie tells the story of a teenage boy coming of age in his dull suburban town under the destructive guidance of his best friend, a charismatic college dropout. Davidson has previously appeared in Saturday Night Live, Trainwreck and Set It Up.

Magic Johnson Implies He’ll Step Down if He Can’t Turn Lakers Around

Magic Johnson is giving himself an ultimatum.

The Laker’s president of basketball operations said that if things don’t go according to plan in the next two offseasons, Johnson said he’s calling it quits.

“It’s going to be a two summer thing for the Lakers,” he said. “This summer and next summer. That’s it. If I can’t deliver I’m going to step down myself. She won’t have to fire me, I’ll step away from it, because I can’t do this job.”

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