Lil Peep Fans Worldwide Hold Vigils On The Anniversary Of His Death

Lil Peep followers marked the anniversary his dying by holding vigils throughout the globe yesterday. The occasion was synchronized from its preliminary level scrimmage, a secret location in Los Angeles’ Warehouse district. Upon meeting, the Peep followers in attendance joined collectively in music, rapping to “Hellboy,” “Fuck Fame,” and the reworked model “Life Is Beautiful.”

After creating emotional resonance by way of music, the organizers then positioned the emphasis on a personally-curated playlist Lil Peep’s favourite music, a listing that included works from My Chemical Romance, NOFX, Speaker Knockerz, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. While this was occurring, followers in New York had been planting commemorative artwork on freshly painted partitions, as they had been in Los Angeles.

The New York perform performed out equally, albeit with fewer attendees, outdoors Peep’s LA stronghold. On a separate notice, Lil Peep’s mom Liza Womack, Facetimed a member the LA crowd, who synched the telephone name to an enormous monitor for everybody to see.

If New York to Los Angeles would not cowl a broad sufficient spectrum, this Lil Peep erected in Vilnius, Lithuania actually demonstrates his Worldwide attraction. RIP Lil Peep, you may be missed.

Lithuania's BC Prienai-Skycop Laments Decision To Grant LaVar Ball Unlimited Power

BC Prienai-Skycop regrets taking on LaMelo & LiAngelo Ball as first-team players, and their father LaVar Ball as an “ad hoc” consultant. The Lithuanian basketball club issued a page-and-a-half press release on Thursday in which they spelled out their cost benefit ratio their previous acquisitions. LaVar’s decision to unceremoniously pull his sons f the team as they mired in a relegation battle. European sporting outfits are subject to a promotion/relegation system, where new franchise either climb or fall the divisional ranks. Incidentally LaVar wanted no part in such a dog fight.

In their printed statement, BC Prienai-Skycop complained that LaVar had disrespected the franchise, but the board was willing to accept full responsibility for their mistake misguided “assimilation.” The presser titled “BC Prienai-Skycop: Big Baller Brand tried to destroy the club” described the Ball family as a cantankerous element from day one. 

The club’s coach also took a swipe at LiAngelo and LaMelo in his quoted half the press release: “His boys were nowhere near the level the LKL, let alone NBA, which (the NBA) obviously understands, seeing the draft outcome.” While those words have been correct by NBA scouts showing no willingness to sign LiAngelo Ball, the jury is still out on the rapidly developing LaMelo Ball, who has seen his stock rise since returning to the JBA.

LiAngelo Ball Reportedly Being Scouted By Lakers

LiAngelo Ball will be among the players hoping to be selected at the NBA Draft in June. The 6’5, 19-year old brother Lakers rookie point guard Lonzo Ball declared for the draft last month, and he is expected to participate in the Pro Basketball Combine at IMG Academy in May once he returns from Lithuania.

However, it looks like the Los Angeles Lakers wanted to get a closer look at LiAngelo before the Pro Basketball Combine next month. Or maybe they’re just trying to appease his father, LaVar.

According to Lithuanian journalist Donatas Urbonas, Lakers scouts were in Lithuania for a recent game to watch LiAngelo Ball and Tadas Sedekerskis. Ball scored 12 points, including 3 for 3 from behind the arc, in 18 minutes action.

A few months back LaVar Ball told Urbonas that his oldest son, Lonzo, will not resign with the Lakers if they don’t take LiAngelo and LaMelo as well.

“I want all my three boys to play for the Lakers. But if that does not happen. I’m telling you the story what’s gonna happen first. If they don’t take Gelo this year, I bring back Gelo here (Prienai) to play with Melo for two years. Lonzo will be on his third year and I want let every NBA team know that Lonzo is not going to re-sign with the Lakers but will go to any team that will take all my three boys. That’s my plan.”

In December, following the shoplifting scandal, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski said that Ball “has no chance that he’ll be drafted in June — and that was true before his shoplifting incident in China.” An NBA GM reportedly told ESPN, “He’s not on any our scouting lists — even the extended lists.”