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LaVar Ball Turns Down Idea of LaMelo Going to UCLA

After the way that UCLA handled his older brother LiAngelo’s arrest in China, it’s safe to say that the youngest Ball brother won’t be attending the prestigious university.

TMZ Sports approached patriarch LaVar Ball asking if he’s going to UCLA and of course, he had some colorful words to share.

“Heck no, he won’t be at UCLA,” LaVar told TMZ Sports. “UCLA? Why? After what they did to my other son? Are you crazy?”

“Suspend him and don’t tell him when he supposed to be able to play and all that?” he continued. “No, they ain’t behind him like that. One mistake and now you put him to the side and act like he’s supposed to come the next year?”

Jerry Springer Will Return to Television in 2019

Even though The Jerry Springer said goodbye after 27 seasons earlier this year, that doesn’t mean the infamous talk show host is leaving television behind for good.

According to Variety, the tabloid talk show host is going to be on daytime television as “Judge Jerry.” The show is expected to debut in fall 2019, distributed by NBCUniversal and will be taped in front of a live audience.

“For the first time in my life, I am going to be called honorable,” Springer told Variety. “My career is coming full circle and I finally get to put my law degree to use after all these years.”

The ‘What Are Those’ Creator Dies

Pour one out for a real one.

31-year-old Brandon Moore, known as the social media influencer Young Busco who created the popular “What are those?” meme, has reportedly died.

His cause of death has not been revealed, but it was announced by Bay Area news reporter Melissa Colorado who broke the news on Twitter on Monday.