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YG Dedicated His Coachella Set to Nipsey Hussle.

YG was a good friend of Nipsey’s, so it was only fitting that the “FDT” rapper paid homage to his late comrade during his set at Coachella over the weekend.

“We lost one of the greats. A legend. Black Jesus — yeah, I said it,” YG told the crowd. “Before it gets dark, it looks like heaven out here. I couldn’t get out of bed. The only reason I’m here is because I’ve been drinking tequila.”

He added, “We’ve got to count to six and have a moment for Nipsey” before going on to share how he always wanted to play Coachella and spoke with Nipsey about it often.

He then went on to perform songs like “Suu Whoop” and “Stop Snitching,” energizing the entire crowd.

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Tiger Woods Won the Masters for the First Time Since 2005.

Tiger Woods just took home his fifth Masters win—his first in 14 years.

“It’s unreal for me to experience this,’’ Woods said in a television interview on Sunday after winning. “It was one of the hardest I’ve ever had to win just because of what’s transpired the last couple of years.”

After a few rough years, it looks like Woods is back to reclaim his throne as golf royalty.

Don’t call it a comeback.

Here Are the Young Leads Who May Be Playing Zamunda’s Heir in Coming To America 2.

Observer reports that Paramount is casting for two young leads to play Zamunda’s heir in the Coming to America sequel, according to sources.

Here are the character breakdowns they shared:

“LaVelle (30): A street-savvy hustler with a good heart. Born in Queens and raised by a single mom, LaVelle is ready to get a handle on a better life for himself. He has the gift of the gab, able to crack wise with humor, but is by no means a clown. LaVelle struggles with discipline, authority and self-motivation. He is not especially polished or pretty, but he’s got his own unique, compelling charm, which will serve him well when he learns he may be the heir to the Zamundan throne.

Meeka (20): A proud and principled daughter of Zamunda. She is athletic and skilled in the art of self-defense, but she is also measured in her temperament, always seeking a calm, diplomatic solution to conflict. She is beautiful, but not necessarily overtly sexy or feminine. Meeka has always held the burden of wanting to be the son Akeem never had. She has not yet learned how to be brave with her heart, especially to her father.”

Are y’all ready?

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