Super Bowl LIII: Top 10 Prop Bets To Gamble On This Sunday

Super Bowl Sunday. Patriots vs Rams. Belichick vs. McVay. Gamblers vs. their bookies. 

According to a report by the American Gaming Association, 22.7 million Americans count on to wager on the Patriots vs Rams recreation with an estimated $6 billion at stake. This consists of bets positioned via ficial sportsbooks, native bookies, fshore bookies and even these fice swimming pools that everybody and their mother partakes in.

It’s the most important playing day the yr and there are lots completely different objects to wager on exterior whether or not or not the Patriots and Rams will mix for greater than 57 factors. In reality, you can make your self a reasonably penny (or dig your self a deep gap) nicely earlier than the sport even begins.

Scroll down for some the preferred Super Bowl LIII prop bets.

(For reference: -110 means you wager $110 to win $100. +110 means you wager $100 to win $110)



Democrats On The Fence About Re-Tweeting Cardi B's Woke Donald Trump Speech

praised Cardi for utilizing her platform to talk nothing however fact and never it appears as if Democrats who clearly agree together with her are struggling on whether or not or to not re-tweet her video. Although the video is an actual one, Cardi is being nothing however herself and injected the message with heaps  specific dialogue.

“(Trying to determine whether or not or to not retweet the Cardi B video),” Sen. Brian Schatz Hawaii on wrote Twitter. 

“Omg, I had the identical argument with myself 30 minutes in the past!,” Sen. Chris Murphy replied. The dialog did not finish there, try extra their ideas under. 

The AMLC Takes Another Big Step Towards Implementing the Music Modernization Act

Despite rumors of anti-competitive threats, the American Music Licensing Collective (AMLC) is aggressively transferring ahead and looking for certified tech companions.

President Trump might have signed the Music Modernization Act (MMA) into legislation.  But he’s additionally throwing a huge monkey wrench into course of required to rework the MMA into actuality.

With the U.S. authorities shutdown getting into its third week with little indicators of ending, implementation of the MMA is probably going being delayed.  The U.S. Copyright Office has indicated to Digital Music News that copyright registrations are nonetheless being accepted, although it’s unclear whether or not longer-term points are merely being positioned on maintain.

Rae Sremmurd Play "Truth Or Dab" With Their Brotherly Love On The Line

Tough questions lay forward for Rae Sremmurd after they endured the last word take a look at their brotherly union on a latest episode Hot Ones entitled “Truth Dab.” The object the sport was to reply a probably divisive query from host Sean Evans or face the consequence ingesting a deathly hen wing, teaming with heat-seeking microbes. How did they fare, you will have to attend within the lengthy grass because the injury comes into impact, regularly over time?

For starters, Evans requested Slim Jxmmi, the eldest two siblings, to call the Rae Sremmurd tune that might profit from Swae Lee’s omission. With all due respect to the choices at play, Jxmmi hesitated for a second earlier than coming to his senses and consuming the “loss of life wing” entire. Lucky for Slim, there was lots calcium to quell the fireworks happening in his mouth.

As Swae Lee tackled a far much less divisive query about pet possession within the subsequent spherical, Jxmmi standing to his left struggles to carry it collectively within the face heat-seeking adversity. By the tip the phase, Swae Lee would acquit himself the higher two “Truth Dab” gamers, solely to additional the sibling-rivalry behind the scenes.

BPI Successfully Shuts Down Counterfeit Vinyl Records Ring

Whether you make a number of or a thousand on the aspect promoting vinyl data, the BPI received’t tolerate any counterfeit operation.

For the previous 4 years, the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) and native police in South Wales have collaborated on a significant operation.

Several years in the past, the BPI got here throughout a counterfeit vinyl data ring within the nation.

Houston Rockets Offer Four 1st Round Picks For Jimmy Butler: Report

According to ESPN, the Houston Rockets have re-engaged in commerce talks with the Minnesota Timberwolves over Jimmy Butler. They have reportedly fered the Timberwolves’ brass a bundle that features 4 1st spherical draft picks. The Houston Rockets are reportedly keen to mortgage future property and short-term cap flexibility with a purpose to capitalize on a perceived three-year Championship window.

Houston’s fer 4 first rounders constitutes the utmost allowed inside a 7-year timeframe. Per the CBA, first rounders can’t be bundled collectively in consecutive years, and no additional than 7 seasons down the road, like an ABAB rhyme scheme. Lottery safety would possible issue within the deal, relying on mitigating components (participant add-ons).

The closest the Timberwolves have come to dealing Butler was in a commerce with Miami. The proposed deal hinged on the inclusion Josh Richardson and a single first rounder. Thibodeau pulled out within the eleventh hour. The Wolves hope they will fload Gorgui Dieng’s $48 million contract in a commuted deal involving Jimmy Butler, by which case one the “proposed” first spherical picks could be rescinded.

Butler is averaging 24.eight factors, 5.three rebounds, three.5 assists and three.eight steals to begin the season. The Rockets could be inclined to pitch him a max contract fer at season’s finish if all goes in accordance with plan.

Eminem Blasted By Samantha Ronson For Machine Gun Kelly Diss Track: "F*cking Old Man"

Eminem is thought to take photographs on the harmless in his lyrics, whether or not it is half a diss monitor or a easy single. His newest manufacturing aimed toward Machine Gun Kelly made some individuals upset as a result of its inclusion Rihanna within the combine. 

Samantha Ronson is one these individuals who maintain this opinion about “Killshot.”

Ronson wonders why Eminem would suppose his name-dropping shaped a “good diss.”

The DJ feels as if Eminem ought to “hold girls out it,” particularly when they’re unrelated to the feud within the first place.

She mocks them with a suggestion for the way they might squash their beef.

Diana Ross Will Star In Reality TV Show Alongside Her Son Evan Ross & Ashlee Simpson

Diana Ross is a distinguished lady. It comes as no surprise that the diva is said to dislike reality television. It is however ironic that Ross would appear on a show that falls under the genre if this is the case.

Her son Evan Ross and his wife Ashlee Simpson star in their very own reality television show Ashlee+Evan. Since Diana is part the family, the matriarch will take part in the production, regardless whether she truly appreciates the genre.

Evan’s sister Tracy Ellis Ross is also set to be featured on the series. The show’s leading man commented on the support and encouragement he received from his family.

The Series premiere Ashlee+Evan airs on E! tonight.

Elon Musk Says Tesla Will Not Be Going Private

Following his assertion that Tesla was going private, Elon Musk has issued a statement confirming that the automotive company will remain a publicly traded company after all.

In the full statement, issued on the electric car company’s website, he revealed that he and the company’s executive board ultimately decided that reverting to a privately owned company wasn’t the best decision.

“Given the feedback I’ve received, it’s apparent that most Tesla’s existing shareholders believe we are better f as a public company,” Musk wrote in the statement. “As part the process, it was important to understand whether our current investors believed this would be a good strategic move and whether they would want to participate in a private Tesla.”

In a separate statement issued by six Tesla’s directors, the board relayed the confidence they still have in Musk’s leadership despite the recent series public missteps and controversy.

“Our investors are extremely important to me,” Elon added in the statement. “Almost all have stuck with us from the time we went public in 2010 when we had no cars in production and only a vision what we wanted to be. They believe strongly in our mission to advance sustainable energy and care deeply about our success …] Given the feedback I’ve received, it’s apparent that most Tesla’s existing shareholders believe we are better f as a public company.”

Iggy Azalea Out For Blood After Troll Reignites "White Chicks" Doppelganger

We all remember when Marlon & Shawn Wayans powdered their faces and infiltrated a predominantly white upper crust community on strict orders from the FBI. The “white face” makeup, along with the bassy overtone their voices, Marlon & Shawn walked away pop culture icons for the rest time. You could argue that White Chicks become more appreciable once it became memefied. This type phenomenology, or rather a 2nd rapture, is not exactly common in popular culture.

With that being said, Snoop Dogg first made the connection between the White Chicks’ characters and their perceived resemblance to Iggy Azalea. It should be noted that Snoop Dogg was out there kicking tires because he felt Iggy was misrepresenting the culture, and not because she actually looks anything like the characters in the movie. Her response to Snoop Dogg in 2014 was “ima be the bigger man in this situation and leave it be.”

However in 2018, and with a lesser challenger standing guard, Iggy Azalea spared her next victim much less mercy. An Instagram troll going by “xrxgx517” reignited the 4-year gag in the comment section her Fashionova editorial. The troll posted the words “White Chicks part 2,” which for some reason resonated more strongly this time around. Her response: “you look like you shared a room with French Montana and he sucked all the nutrients leaving you the genetic crumbs to cling to life with.” 

Maybe Iggy does write her own rhymes after all.

Alex Rodriguez & Jennifer Lopez: "It Would Have Never Happened" 20 years ago

Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez have been together for over a year. They’ve become quite the beloved couple in the public eye, serving relationship goals consistently on and fline. Alex Rodriguez recently opened up about their romance. According to the athlete, he and Jlo would not have been able to make their relationship work if they had met when they were younger.

Their similar life experience made for a strong bond between the two. Their heritage, their hood, and even their mixed families made their union easy.

Their families do seem to mix well, indeed. Although the Arod/Jlo relationship seems to be going well, the couple doesn’t seem to be rushing towards a wedding any time soon. They’re enjoying their current situation to the fullest.

Takeover Vs. Ether: Revisiting The Jay-Z & Nas Beef

Last Thursday, Nasty Nas returned to the fold after a six year album hiatus. The seven track Nasir, produced by G.O.O.D. Music’s assembly line conductor Kanye West, was premiered at a listening party under the Queensboro Bridge. For the Poet Queensbridge to return to his old stomping grounds seemed prophetic, a moment that was enshrined amidst the blurry lights the city on the other side the East River. Hip hop heads watched the Mass Appeal livestream in awe, as the man who had etched his name in music lore with the immortal Illmatic unveiled his 11th studio effort to the world.

What should have been a triumphant return was suddenly resigned to a quiet place in the Cloud when music’s preeminent power couple swooped in with a surprise collaboration project that put the kibosh on the entire affair. It was as if Beyonce and Jay-Z had shown up to the party without an invitation and promptly told everyone to go home before the clock had even struck midnight. The title the album, Everything Is Love, is a nod to the couple’s highly publicized relationship and a celebration their renewed family dynasty. But it inadvertently felt mocking, as if Bey and Jay were holding a seminar on how to age gracefully for those unfortunate enough to draw the same release weekend. Of course, it doesn’t hurt when your wife is unequivocally one the industry’s most talented individuals and a bonafide golden child. But Jay-Z once again proved his relevance, maintaining a firm grip on hip hop’s ear, and seemingly goading his former rival, Nas, with a juxtaposition career paths that is impossible to ignore.

Jay-Z has cemented his celebrity status both as a rapper and savvy entrepreneur outside rap. He’s a timeless wonder whose street hustler mentality transformed him from a businessman to a business, man. Nas is cut from a different cloth. His god-given talent has forever earned him a place in the conversation hip hop’s greatest emcees. Still, he remains considerably less distinguished beyond the realm music than his 2001 sparring partner, a gap that has become increasingly visible in the seventeen years since their feud. This dichotomy styles and ambitions lies at the heart what culminated in “Takeover” vs. “Ether,” a gutsy head-to-head that brought out the best in two the most influential rappers all time.

The six year build up to the mesmerizing battle for lyrical supremacy is just as important to the tale as the main event itself. The stage was set in 1995, when Nas stood up Jay Z at a recording session. That didn’t stop Jay and producer Ski Beatz, who lifted the “I’m out for presidents to represent me” from Nas’s “The World Is Yours.” The line was utilized as the backbone for Jay Z’s “Dead Presidents,” his first single released for his debut album Reasonable Doubt. It was a song that planted the initial seed discord; Nas was included on the track but certainly not in a manner that met his approval. From there, the subliminal disses began to swirl. In Nas’s 1996 record “The Message,” he slipped in an outwardly innocuous line: “Lex with TV sets the minimum.” At first glance, there’s not much to dissect beyond rap’s ostentatious leanings, but it was eventually revealed that the line was a subtle jab at Jay-Z, who Nas had seen riding around in a Lexus outfitted with TVs. In an interview with Complex, Nas divulged that he was so irked by the image that he promptly got rid his own Lexus and began “looking for the next best thing.”

By the time 1997 rolled around, things were really starting to heat up. The death the Notorious B.I.G. prompted Jay to anoint himself the next King New York. On “The City Is Mine,” Jay raps, “Don’t worry about Brooklyn, I continue to flame/Therefore a world with amnesia won’t forget your name/You held it down long enough, let me take those reins.” Jay-Z’s self proclaimed crowning as replacement royalty prompted a response from Nas on “We Will Survive,” his ode to Biggie on which he opted to take the high road: “It used to be fun makin’ records to see your response/But now competition is none now that you’re gone/And these n****s is wrong, using your name in vain/And they claim to be New York’s King? It ain’t about that.”

Memphis Bleek, one Jay-Z’s close associates at the time, released a brief assault against Nas in 1999 on “My Mind Right,” saying “Your lifestyle’s written/So who you supposed to be? Play your position.” It wasn’t much in the way a lyrical barb worthy a response, but it proved to Nas that he had Jay-Z’s attention. The Queens rapper spied an opportunity to draw the lion out his den for a decisive confrontation. On his 2000 “Eye For An Eye Freestyle,” he made it impossible for Jay-Z to avoid the conflict any longer: “Y’all n****s all hail, the King is dead/He running like a b**** with his tail between his legs/’Stillmatic,’ still eye for an eye, wanna be God/You’re just the next rapper to die, f***ing with Nas.”

Jay-Z’s maiden performance “Takeover” at Hot 97’s 2001 Summer Jam concert had several memorable highlights. But it was the way that Hov ended the song that truly stole the show. With the raucous concert-goers on his side, Jay issued a bold proclamation: “Ask Nas, he don’t want it with Hov, no!” The gloves were f, and the bloodshed commenced. Nas subsequently released “Stillmatic (Freestyle),” firing f shots at the Roc over a remix Eric B. & Rakim’s “Paid In Full.” Though the song touched a nerve, what with Nas labeling Jay-Z “the fake King New York” and “the rapping version Sisqo,” it failed to create a buzz.

When the full version “Takeover” was released on The Blueprint, the streets New York erupted. Jay-Z not only responded to “Stillmatic (Freestyle),” but he also made it a point to meticulously lecture Nas on his commercial failings. The mathematical obliteration Nas was enhanced with biting facts about his widely perceived fall from the top ten, his inexcusable lack consistency, and his laughable financial oversights. The lines about Nas’s bodyguard’s superior verse on “Oochie Wally” and the closing bit alluding to Nas’s baby mother that left the details up to the imagination were absolutely soul crushing: Jay had done his research, covered all his bases, and made Nas look like a complete and utter disappointment in the process. No one expected Nas to come back from what Jay later deemed to be the inescapable “figure-four leg lock.”

It is difficult to put into words just how damning “Ether” was when it hit. Shea Serrano said it best in The Rap Year Book: “Nas releases ‘Ether’ and all the birds in the sky die and all the fish in the ocean die, too.” The distorted, angry vocals from 2Pac’s “F*** Friendz” set the tone for the rest the record, on which Nas’s witty wordplay is paired with raunchy build ups and resounding knockout punches. He reaffirmed his influence, badgered Jay-Z for a corny, late 80s music video appearance, and sonned him like a disappointed father who had watched his fspring grow into a 36-year-old social climber and style-biter that took “tae-bo” and had zero respect for his mentors. As if the cutthroat line about Eminem washing Jay-Z on his own record wasn’t enough, Nas closed out the track by flipping the “Takeover” chorus to his advantage. It was another masterful display from the man with unmatched skills; he had turned “ethered” into a household word.

There are many details that are ten overlooked when it comes to rap’s greatest battle: the petty face-f between Nas’s “Come Get Me” and Jay-Z’s “Come And Get Me” in 1999; Jay-Z’s clowning Nas in “Is That Your Chick”; and the fabled claim that Jay-Z heard Nas talking reckless on the radio in L.A., deciding to finally take it to him over Kanye West’s sample “Five To One” by The Doors in what eventually became “Takeover.” It’s all part the allure the beef, and the reason that it remains such a compelling historical chapter worth discussing. By the time that Jay-Z brought out Nas as a special guest on his “I Declare War” tour in October 2005, the hatchet had been buried, and two rap’s all time greats went their separate ways.

Still, the climax their rivalry was an undeniable jumping f point for both artists. Within a year, Jay-Z had released The Blueprint 2: The Gift & The Curse, which predictably debuted at number one and would go on to sell over 3 million copies. As for Nas, “Ether” was career revitalizing, helping carry Stillmatic to critical and commercial success. And while both Jay-Z and Nas had a great deal to lose in their war words to determine the best rapper alive, they could not have been on more incongruous trajectories. Jay-Z proved himself to be driven by commercial success, looking for returns on his investments and gaining headway toward his now $900 million net worth, while Nas was vastly more concerned with the intricacies the artistic process. Ultimately, “Takeover” vs. “Ether” was the convergence two incompatible philosophies that yielded two very different results. Nas won 2001, but Jay-Z’s calculated longevity allowed him to keep winning long after the dust had settled.