Frank Ocean "Moon River" Music Video Directed By Spike Jonze Could Be On The Way

A potential music video for “Moon River,” the Frank Ocean cowl that encircled the Internet on Valentine’s Day, 2018, could possibly be a actuality tucked away someplace. A diligent or named “ProbablyNotJoel” introduced the chance to gentle in a thread which has since reappeared in a number of different subforums on the location. The proof speaks for itself: Darren Lew, a well-regarded cinematographer with credit on David Bowie, Madonna, Miley Cyrus, Phoenix, and Beyonce music movies has up to date his CV to replicate a contribution on a Spike Jonze-directed music video for Frank Ocean’s “Moon River,” which he lists as a performed deal. See for your self right here.

Frank Ocean might very nicely be sitting on the ultimate edit Jonze’s directorial reduce with no plans to let it air. The stand-alone monitor was launched practically eight months in the past, and the YouTube drop remained the final we heard something his lineal initiatives, excluding Frank’s choose look on Astroworld and Testing. Even Spike Jonze has stored his mouth shut concerning the existence a “Moon River” music video. I haven’t got to remind how impactful the mere suggestion new Frank Ocean materials is to his easily-fractured fanbase, and to the entire Internet on a complete.

Will this shrewd discovery push him to launch the video, or is it merely mispronunciation on the half cinematographer Darren Lew?

Jon Jones Can Resume UFC Career In October, Steroid Use Ruled "Unintentional"

An arbitrator levied a 15-month backdated suspension in MMA fighter Jon Jones pending anti-doping case. The suspension is retroactive that means time spent on the sidelines will depend towards the general sentence.’s Ariel Helwani shared the ficial assertion from the USADA (U.S. Anti-Doping Agency).

The assertion written by USADA CEO Travis Tygart reads: “The unbiased arbitrator discovered that Jon Jones was not deliberately dishonest on this case, and whereas we thought 18 months was the suitable sanction given the opposite circumstances the case, we respect the arbitrator’s resolution and consider that justice was served.” 

Jon Jones jumped on Instagram to precise his gratitude for the favorable ruling. In July 2017, Jon Jones’ knockout  Daniel Cormier at UFC 214 was dominated a no-contest after a chlorine-substituted anabolic steroid was present in his system following a post-fight drug check. Jones was then barred from competitors by UFC president Dana White, deferring the ultimate ruling to the USADA, which he then promised to abide by, for higher or worse.

Should he return to the UFC, a third and decisive rematch with Daniel Cormier can be logical step from a advertising perspective, however Dana White would possibly wish to stage warm-up combat earlier than it will get to that time. There are few unthinkable choices on the “mild heavy” ladder, however none appear extra ble than a Cormier-Jones matchup. How would you prefer to see the “mild heavy” division play out?

Josh Gordon Returns To Cleveland Browns After Brief Mental Health Break

As previously reported, Cleveland Browns’ receiver Josh Gordon was told he should focus on his mental health by team ficials. The Browns’ sent him to Gainesville, Florida where he received treatment at NFL-run medical facility. Days later, ESPN is reporting that Gordon has been cleared to resume practicing with his teammates ahead the 2nd week NFL preseason.

“As I humbly return to being a member this team with an opportunity to get back to playing this game I love, I realize in order for me to reach my full potential my primary focus must remain on my sobriety and mental well-being,” Gordon expressed in a written statement showing gratitude to his teammates and the organization.

The former Pro Bowler was seeking help for mental health and anxiety issues, most which related to events occurring f the field play. Gordon has been mired in a child support battle with his estranged partner, and is rumored to have resorted to substance abuse before seeking help. 

Browns general manager John Dorsey says Gordon will start by participating in team meetings and with daily conditioning. The rest his responsibilities and privileges will be reinstated as soon as he proves himself, up to the task.

Demi Lovato Rejected Intervention From Her Team Weeks Before Overdose

Demi Lovato leapt to her feet in 2011, feeling liked she’d finally grasped addictive personality after exiting rehab for the first time. No one could have predicted the rocky road that lay ahead. TMZ has learned that within weeks her most recent relapse, her team tried in vain to stage an intervention. They had sensed she was going down that rocky road once again. Inevitably the singer rejected those advances, and suffered a fate similar to 2011, albeit under slightly different circumstances.

Sources close to the singer expressed that Demi was “in a bad place” a few weeks ago, when members her entourage first spoke their piece about her condition. Sensing there was little recourse, her team hatched a plan to push her in the direction a rehab program. Not only did Demi Lovato refuse those advances, but she stood resolute in her wish to resume partying, a decision that proved costly in the end.

Observers the situation have found probable cause for Demi’s misdirection. Only a few months ago, longtime manager Phil McIntyre is said to have parted ways (mutually) with his client, Demi. While McIntyre and Lovato no longer share a pressional relationship, it is believed he played a keen role in the intervention efforts.

Nev Schulman Is "Doing Much Better" After Being Cleared Of Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Catfish host and creator Nev Schulman is in much better spirits since his MTV show is back up and running after his sexual misconduct allegations were dropped. The network closed the case in June after claims from a woman who appeared on the show were found to be “not credible and without merit.”

“I’m doing much better now,” Nev tells PEOPLE. “It was a really difficult time for me, as much for my wife and my family. It was tough.”

He adds: “I’ve lived a number different lives in my 33 years. I’ve experienced different things, I’ve been in different social circles and I’ve made mistakes. I’ve been very honest about those and I’ve been accountable, I’ve apologized and done everything I could to make right where I may have wronged. I’ve been judged for those mistakes — publicly and privately. That’s tough and doesn’t feel good but it’s important and something I’ve made part my life.”

He explains how he felt “powerless” from not being able to counteract the harsh judgment and the false claims against his name. “Luckily I had the amazing support the fans the show but also my colleagues, the crew,” he says. “Several people who had been on the show actually reached out to me and fered to speak up in my support if necessary. I’m just so thankful and grateful to everyone.”

Cardi B's "Be Careful" Welcomed At #1 On The Rhythmic Songs Chart

Cardi B has done it again. The Invasion Privacy singer just celebrated her track “I Like It” hitting number one on The Billboard 100 and then a few days later her beloved track “Be Careful” went platinum. We’re back again today with more success by the rapper since “Be Careful” has now reached the top Billboard’s Rhythmic Songs chart. According to Billboard, the track increased two percent in plays in the week ending July 1st.

This is Cardi’s fourth song to hit number one on the particular chart with past beats being “Bodak Yellow,” “No Limit,” having dropped a feature with G-Eazy, and her Bruno Mars collaboration, “Finesse.”

“People are putting me in competition with really great, big artists,” Cardi previously stated. “When I do music, I don’t feel like it’s competition. Then again, it kinda is, but I don’t like thinking like that. And I don’t understand why they do that to women, and especially women in hip-hop.”

Competition or not, Cardi seems to be winning in every aspect the Billboard charts and it just simply cannot be denied.