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Donald Glover Teamed Up with Mo’Nique for an Adidas Campaign, and the Ads Are Hilarious.

We didn’t know we needed a Donald Glover and Mo’Nique collaboration until it happened, but now that it has, we’re more than grateful. ICYMI on your timeline yesterday, Glover and Adidas announced Donald Glover Presents, which is their new creative partnership reimagining the Nizza, the Continental 80, and the Lacombe Adidas styles. The line was revealed via a series of ads in which Mo’Nique bosses Glover around. The grits moment is probably our fave in the series.

“Rich is a concept,” Donald Glover said. “With this project, I wanted to encourage people to think about how their stories can be told on their feet. Value isn’t quantified by what you wear, rather the experiences from them. And you make the decision on what works for you, you live through your own lens. The partnership for me is about being able to exemplify what doing your own thing truly looks and feels like.”

Get your Friday started on the right foot by watching the new ads below:

Cypress Hill Finally Got a Hollywood Walk of Fame Star.

Congratulations are in order for the legendary Cypress Hill, who have finally received their flowers after being given a Hollywood Walk of Fame star. The group was “blown away” by the honor on Thursday, TMZ reports, with Sen Dog saying they never expected it to happen.

“B-Real got even more reflective, talking about how far they’ve come since they were young men coming up in the biz together,” TMZ writes. “He also got real about the obstacles they’ve faced over the years due to their unabashed love for cannabis.”

In fact, they’re facing some obstacles surrounding a 4/20 event they’re supposed to perform at in Vancouver on Saturday. But regardless of what happens, this is a moment to remember, and we’re glad to see hip-hop royalty getting the recognition they deserve.

Hennessy Is Donating $10 Million to HBCU Grad Students.

Hennessy and the Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) have teamed up on a fellowship for HBCU graduate students. Called Hennessy Fellows, the new program will give scholarships and professional development resources to 10 graduate students. Hennessy plans to donate $10 million to fund the initiative, according to Blavity.

Read more in the press release.

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