Someone unleashed the Teyana Taylor‘s’ inner beast and she didn’t care who witnessed it. Taylor was at an event minding her business when she got into a confrontation with members Floyd Mayweather‘s The Money Team. A witness captured the moment on camera and viewers can see that whatever went down was serious because Taylor was squared up and ready. Another man attempted to quell the situation by standing in front Taylor, but she made sure that her grievances were heard.
According to The Shade Room, Taylor asked one the men from TMT a question, but instead answering, he responded disrespectfully and called her out her name. This angered the singer and she went f on him. After the social media outlet shared the Snapchat clip, Taylor jumped in the comments to clarify that she wasn’t acting out character over something insignificant.
“A persons tone can be at level 1 but DISRESPECT can be at level 100,” she wrote. “Trust & believe if I’m going f on someone it’s w/ very good reasoning. I will not tolerate any disrespect from anyone, idc who the hell he work for.” Snoop Dogg can be seen in the video clip standinig nearby, but he didn’t seem to want to get involved in the altercation. He did, however, also share his thoughts on the situation in the video’s comments.
Drake is facing legal action from a woman who claims that she sustained a brain injury after a beer bottle was hurled at her head during his concert.
Amanda Giovacco, a 24-year-old Staten Island woman, has filed a lawsuit in Manhattan Supreme Court, stemming from the incident, which occurred on Aug. 8, 2016. In her suit, she alleges that Madison Square Garden, Live Nation, a food vendor, and Drake were negligent in allowing a crowd to get raucous enough that someone would toss a glass bottle at her head.
“Amanda Giovacco, was violently struck by a beer bottle that was thrown while attending the Drake concert, was maliciously and without just cause provocation, subjected to a battery,” read the court papers, obtained by Page Six.
She claims that the defendants didn’t have adequate security at the venue and negligently served “excessive amounts of alcohol” to concertgoers in glass bottles instead of plastic cups. The court documents also allege that the defendants failed to control the “rowdy” crowd and that “Drake has a history of violence at his concerts.”
Giovacco claims that she “sustained a traumatic brain injury and seizures,” both of which are, “preventing her from attending medical school.”
Her lawyer, Joseph Napoli, said, “Madison Square Garden, the promoter and Drake should have prevented bottles from coming in or circulating within the building and being thrown at a concert.”
Jade only gets to see her boyfriend during visitation hours but she’s still representing for him in the streets. Every time she decides to wear a tank top, everybody around her will be fully aware that she is Tekashi69’s ride-or-die. The rainbow-haired rapper was previously linked to Sara Molina, who gave birth to his daughter, but she’s gone on a few tirades against the Brooklynite since his racketeering arrest. Weeks before he got locked up, 6ix9ine started dating Jade, one the two strippers involved in Cardi B‘s beatdown case. Their relationship is still ongoing and despite 6ix9ine’s legal trouble, Jade has stood by her man. After getting two tattoos (including a portrait that looks nothing like the rapper) to show her loyalty, the woman decided to get one more on her shoulder.
In a new video posted to her Instagram story, Jade casually showed f her new ink, dancing to Drake and flaunting a colourful new marking on top the 69 portrait. It’s not entirely clear what the tattoo is but according to everybody’s favourite 6ix9ine news source, DJ Akademiks, it is indeed related to the “GUMMO” rapper.
How many more tattoos will Jade get before 6ix9ine gets out jail? Will she cover her body one inch at a time with rainbow ink? Only time will tell.
Since Drake shared the image, it now looks as if a string other celebrities have joined in on the fun all thanks to FaceApp, a mobile application that has resurfaced since its previous popularity in 2017. The app uses AI to create realistic transformations what people may look like years ahead, using various filters and specialized edits.
Below, you can see the roundup Dwayne Wade, Kevin Heart, Sam Smith, Ludacris and Scooter Braun’s images themselves looking well over 60-years-old. Scooter injected some humor into his share with a caption that reads “Last couple weeks have really taken a toll on me.” The statement is a clear reflection his drama with Taylor Swift and how he’s been holding up.
Peep the images below and let us know how realistic you think they are.
Kendrick Lamar’s 2012 sophomore album good kid, m.A.A.d city has apparently tied a Billboard record belonging to Eminem.
On Monday (July 15), Chart Data fired off a tweet proclaiming, “@kendricklamar’s ‘good kid, m.A.A.d city’ has now spent 350 weeks on the Billboard 200. It joins ‘The Eminem Show’ as the only hip-hop studio album to reach this milestone.”
.@kendricklamar's 'good kid, m.A.A.d city' has now spent 350 weeks on the Billboard 200. It joins 'The Eminem Show' as the only hip-hop studio album to reach this milestone.
good kid, m.A.A.d city followed Lamar’s 2011 debut, Section .80.
Upon its release, the Aftermath/TDE project hit the Billboard 200 chart at No. 2, selling roughly 242,000 copies in its first week. As a result, it became the highest first-week Hip Hop album sales of that year from a male artist as well as the best-selling debut from a male artist.
The album boasted features from Dr. Dre, Drake, Jay Rock and Compton’s Most Wanted vet MC Eiht, among others.
By comparison, The Eminem Show was released in 2002 and served as Shady’s fourth studio album. It debuted at No. 1 on not only the Billboard 200 chart but in 18 other countries as well.
In 2011, the project earned diamond status from the RIAA — Em’s second album to achieve the prestigious distinction. (2000’s Marshall Mathers LP was also certified diamond in 2011.)
The Eminem Show yielded several massive singles, including “White America” and “Without Me.”
A Drake concert will bring you through a rollercoaster emotions. You might be getting lit during “Nonstop” and “Sicko Mode” but once he gets into the ballads, you’ll be crying about your ex-girlfriend in the stands. During that turn-up stage though, some people are bound to get a little rowdy. After attending a concert in August 2016, Amanda Giovacco alleges that she sustained serious brain injuries and seizures, noting that she was struck by a beer bottle on her head and now, she’s suing a number large entities, including Madison Square Garden, Live Nation Worldwide, and even Drake.
According to The Blast, Giovacco was in the crowd at Drake’s August 8 show in New York City when she was unexpectedly hit in the head with a flying bottle. The legal documents read that she “was violently struck by a beer bottle that was thrown while attending the DRAKE concert, was maliciously and without just cause or provocation, subjected to a battery.” Giovacco is attempting to argue that the staff at the arena, the vendors, Drake himself, and everybody that planned the event should be more careful when serving alcohol to their patrons. She believes they were negligent in assuring that fans weren’t overserved alcohol and was upset that they used bottles instead plastic cups.
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The lawsuit states that Drake could have prevented this from happening, which seems highly unlikely to stand up in court. The rapper and other defendants reportedly failed to prevent “aggressive and/or violent behavior at the concert, they knew Drake has history violence at his concerts, providing a dangerous weapon at Drake’s concerts.”
Giovacco alleges that she sustained brain injuries and seizures as a direct result the incident, claiming that she has been unable to attend medical school because it. She is seeking unspecified damages.
After showing off his private plane, the 6 God is giving fans a sneak peek at his latest extravagance, a private basketball court. After years in construction, the near-NBA regulation-sized court is finally finished and features the OVO logos and a digital scoreboard housed under a glass ceiling inside his 35,000-square-foot Toronto mansion.
Drake shared footage of himself sinking a shot from a room above the massive hardwood court. “Basketball, dinner, @euphoria on a Sunday,” he captioned it.
The Raptors global ambassador has been constructing his mansion in Toronto’s Bridle Path neighborhood. In 2015, he purchased the property for $6.7 million and tore down the existing home to build his own, which he nicknamed “The Embassy.”
Canadian designer Ferris Rafauli is behind the three-story mansion, which boasts a 941-square-foot master bedroom, elevator, 10-car garage, screening room, and four guest rooms. Additionally, there is a jersey museum for Drake’s basketball memorabilia and an awards room to house all of his trophies.
Asking his fans to come up with the perfect caption for the photo, Drake still hasn’t committed to one the many replies that flooded his inbox. Some the best include: “OLDVOLD,” “Just hold on, I’m getting old,” “ChampagneGrandpapi,” “Nothing was the same,” and more. Despite his grey hair and heavy smile lines, Drake still looks like he can steal any man’s girl as a 60-year-old. Be warned, gentlemen. There is no escaping the constant pull Drizzy Drake.
With all this in mind, it shouldn’t be a surprise that Drake has his very own indoor basketball court that also comes with OVO branding. Yesterday, Drake took to Instagram with a couple videos from his indoor court which shows two people shooting some hoops. In the second video, Drake hits a trick shot from his balcony which drew a pretty big reaction from himself and everyone who was around to see it.
Snoop Dogg commented on the video and challenged Drake to a game while other prominent celebrities praised Drake for his shooting ability. Unfortunately, we don’t know how many times he had to try that shot before making it. If only we could see the outtakes from that session.
When Keeping Up with the Kardashians first aired, Kylie Jenner was just 10-years-old. She’s used reality television as a gateway to help build her empire, and because her family has built their businesses f being famous, the 21-year-old has kept up with the demand to live her life out loud for her fans by sharing as much as possible on television and social media.
“I’m proud myself, my heart, and my strength,” she wrote. “Growing up in the light with a million eyes on you just isn’t normal. I’ve lost friends along the way and I’ve lost myself too sometimes. my first tattoo was ‘sanity’ to remind myself everyday to keep it. I’ve struggled with anxiety my whole young adult life and after my baby i dealt with all the internal ups and downs. I felt like i had to find myself completely again. I keep a whole lot to myself but just wanted to share and let you know I’m human. my life is not perfect and what you see here on social media is just the surface. be gentle with yourself, move on, and let go. we are all capable great things, worthy love, and allowed to express ourselves. do more what makes you happy and be unapologetic. now is your season ✨ we all have a magnificent destiny.”
Of course, Kylie’s sisters shared their support. “Amen sweet sister!!!! I am proud you always 😘,” said Khloe, while Kourtney wrote, “I am proud you ✨ let it out.”
Toronto, ON – Drake is giving new meaning to living the life of a baller. The OVO star has provided his Instagram followers with a glimpse at the lavish basketball court he’s built in his Toronto home.
Drizzy’s in-house court has the quality of a professional team’s practice facility and boasts a stylish design. The goal even has a shot clock installed on it as Drake clearly spared no expense on his hoops setup.
“Basketball, dinner, @euphoria on a Sunday,” he wrote in a post featuring some court clips, including one showing off his shooting skills.
Drake’s behind-the-scenes look at his court contains a plug for his HBO show Euphoria, which is currently airing its first season. The record-breaking artist is one of the executive producers for the new series.
On the music front, Drake is currently preparing for the return of OVO Fest in hometown of Toronto. The ninth annual edition of the event is scheduled to take place August 4-5 at the Budweiser Stage.
Drizzy is also in “album mode” with his sixth studio LP in the works. The project will be his first full-length release since 2018’s Scorpion.
Back in 2015 Drake dropped a reported $6.7 million on a property in Toronto’s Bridle Path neighborhood where the music maker tore down a house that was previously on the property, to build his own crib from the ground up. The “Started From The Bottom” rapper has previously shown progress shots the stunning home and by the looks his recent shares to Instagram, the most important aspect the house is complete – the basketball court.
Drake’s latest upload to his feed shows two video clips the OVO stamped court. One clip shows his view from the rotop, looking down on the court from the glass ceiling while the other clip shows Drake sinking a shot from a balcony view the court from inside the home – what a life. “Basketball, dinner, @euphoria on a Sunday,” he captioned the post.
Euphoria is one the latest series to drop on HBO that Drake has proudly been involved in. The show stars Zendaya, Maude Apatow among others as a teen struggles with sobriety while her group friends are dealing with just as many issues that come with blooming into an adult. “Tonight one the most remarkable creations I have ever been apart will be shared with the world!” Drake wrote on Instagram for the show’s premiere.
XXL FreshmanRoddy Ricch has captivated audiences on his own merit, having built a loyal fanbase from the ground-up. In fact, there are many who would count the young west-coaster among the game’s most promising young talents. Of course, his affiliation with Meek Mill and the late Nipsey Hussle played a role in expanding his reach, but Ricch’s keen ear for songwriting and flow remain his most valuable assets. So much so that Ricch appears to have caught the eye Drake, who seemingly reached out to the rising star in the recent days.
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Ricch made the conversation, which may or may not have yielded some new heat, known Twitter. Man few words though he may be, our imaginations are powerful tools and that should not be forgotten. “Juss talked to Drake…it’s lit,” wrote Roddy, on Saturday. Now, for all intents and purposes this may very well have been a simple “how do you do” type affair. Yet it wouldn’t be surprising to see Drizzy keeping a watchful eye on the Ricch, a move in line with his modus operandi co-signing up-and-comers for a residual boost.
Would you like to see a collaboration from Drizzy and Roddy Ricch? Sound f below.
Imagine winning over 60 games in the NBA while shouldering the brunt the workload? You’d have every reason in the world to think highly yourself. Case in point for Giannis Antetokounmpo, who told the media just yesterday, that after analyzing his performance during the Eastern Conference finals vs. the Raptors, he came away thinking he’d only realized about 60% his potential at this stage his career.
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“A lot people say, ‘You are the MVP, you are one the best players in the league, you are so dominant,'” Giannis said in conversation with ESPN on Saturday. “But I think I can get better. I think I am at 60 percent my potential, as good as I can be. I just want to be better. If I am in the same situation again in the East finals], react better, play the game better, play better, execute better.”
In all fairness, before airing out his thoughts on the matter, Giannis did own up to the fault lines in his game, without so much as naming them outright. His weaknesses are glaring enough: a wonky mid-range jumper and similar difficulties beyond the arc. Mind you, these deficiencies weren’t pervasive enough to hinder what amounted to an MVP-caliber season in 2018-2019, as voted on by the press. Would a fully-calibrated Giannis Antetokounmpo stand up to an NBA “superteam” on his own? Hit us with your thoughts.
Drake has announced the lineup for his 9th annual festival, which will take place over the course of eight days in his hometown of Toronto. It all kicks off on July 29 with five days of OVO Basketball, followed by the OVO Summit at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on Aug. 2.
B2K will bring its sold-out “Millennium Tour” to Canada on Sunday, Aug. 4 with special guests Mario, Pretty Ricky, Lloyd, Ying Yang Twins, Chingy, and Bobby V.
Drake will cap off the festivities with a headlining performance on the Budweiser Stage on Monday, Aug. 5.
October’s Very Own presents the Ninth Annual OVO Fest.
OVO Fest returns after taking a year off in 2018 while Drake was on his “Aubrey & the Three Migos Tour.” Drake announced that he was bringing it back during the Raptors’ NBA Championship parade last month.
Since its inception in 2010, OVO Fest has featured appearances from hip-hop and R&B’s biggest stars including Eminem, JAY-Z, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, The Weeknd, and Kendrick Lamar.