Drake Has New Music on the Way.
The Raptors won last night, so you already know Drake was turnt all the way up. Toronto is now the first and only Canadian team to win the NBA title, winning game 6 of the Finals series 114-110 against the Golden State Warriors. All that said, Aubrey wants his chips with the dip (whatever that means), and it looks like his boys provided that yesterday evening.
To celebrate, Drake has promised to dropped two new tracks today (June 14), one with Rick Ross titled “Money in the Grave,” and another titled “Omerta.”
Zion Williamson Is Suing to End His Agreement with Marketing Firm Prime Sports.
Zion Williamson is suing to end his agreement with Florida marketing company Prime Sports, claiming the deal was “unlawful under North Carolina law,” according to his attorneys.
“According to the suit filed in federal court in North Carolina on Thursday, Williamson signed a marketing deal with Gina Ford and Prime Sports on April 20, five days after he had declared his intention to enter the NBA draft,” ESPN explains.
“That agreement included a clause that it could not be terminated for five years. Williamson’s family told Ford and Prime Sports on May 31 that it was ending the agreement. The agency responded by saying that if Williamson terminated the deal, they would sue for damages in excess of $100 million.”
He’s now signed with CAA Sports.
Tracee Ellis Ross Is Joining the Daria Spinoff, Jodie.
Not only will she be voicing Jodie Landon, but she’ll also be executive-producing the show.
“Being able to give voice to fresh, feminist and unexplored stories of young women excites me,” Ross told The Hollywood Reporter. “Jodie will spin off from the cult classic Daria, and with the brilliant, sweet and sarcastic black-girl magic that is Jodie Landon, we will feature a diverse cast, comprised mainly of unapologetically smart and ambitious young female characters who are vulnerable and flawed and interesting and funny. As a very cool bonus, Jodie will be the first adult animated show in almost 20 years that will star a black woman. It will be a smart, funny workplace comedy full of commentary about everything from gentrification to sex to tech to call-out culture.”
We’re here for it.
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