Like it or not, the Internet is a key component to dating nowadays.
Whether swiping through Tinder or scrolling down your Instagram feed, your next fling could be somewhere online.
When it comes to Instagram, there are a lot red flags someone can give f. As the most visual social media, take the signs as a gift. Swipe through to find out which signs are reason to disconnect from your crush and keep it moving.
“Atlanta” is coming back.
The highly-anticipated second season Donald Glover’s hit FX series, dubbed “Atlanta Robbin’ Season,” is set to return Thursday, March 1, at 10 p.m., Variety reports.
Glover is back as the Emmy-winning show’s executive producer, along with Paul Simms, Dianne McGunigle, and Stephen Glover.
“Atlanta” is coming f a breakout first season, which won the Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series, while Glover won Emmys in the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series and Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series categories.
The show, which also won two Golden Globes, an NAACP Award, and a Peabody, among others, follows the life two cousins, played by Glover and Brian Tyree Henry, who are trying to succeed in the Atlanta music scene.
Later this month, on Jan. 28, Childish Gambino is set to perform at the 60th Annual Grammys, where he is nominated for five awards including Album the Year and Best Urban Contemporary Album for his latest musical fering, Awaken, My Love!
Happy Friday! It’s snowing in most parts the country, but if you’re like @livelikedavis, than that doesn’t stop you from turning up.
Thanks Bruno Mars and Cardi B for dropping a song that we can all dance to.
This week, Alabama’s Doug Jones was sworn into the U.S. Senate and he brought along his openly gay son Carson Jones.
Who else was at the ceremony? None other than Vice President Mike Pence who has a lengthy history anti-LGBT actions.
Perfect timing for Carson to give the best side eye the year so far. Check it out below!
We feel your pain Carson.
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian were in for a scare when their two-year-old son, Saint, was rushed to the hospital with a severe case pneumonia. The tiny toddler was hospitalized last week with his parents by his side, alternating overnight duties.
Kim took to social media to thank the doctors who worked to make her son better.
Who knew that keeping it gangster could cost you $3200? Unfortunately, a Jeopardy contestant by the name Nick learned the hard way.
Not only did Nick lose the $1,600 he initially received for the answer, he lost another $1,600 for the answer being incorrect.
Jeopardy issued a statement regarding their ruling: “Although Nick’s response “Gangster’s Paradise Lost” was initially accepted, the hard R sound caught the ear one member the onstage team, who immediately followed up with a quick check. It turns out that “gangsta” and “gangster” are both listed separately in the Oxford English Dictionary, each with its own unique definition. Nick changed not only the song’s title, but also its meaning – making his response unacceptable.”
More pro that replacing the ‘a’ with ‘er’ will always cost you more than you can handle.
The art hustling takes a rare form when it comes to DJ Khaled.
There’s no doubt that the producer had a stupendous year last year, and in his own words, Khaled’s stock definitely rose in 2017. Earlier this week, it was anounced that the cloth talk king added yet another job to his resume — Weight Watchers spokesperson.
Khaled has been hustling for many years now, but he never seems to forget his humble beginnings.
Whatever title you want to give King Khaled, just know that whatever job he’s doing at the time, “He The Best!” Hit the flip for answers to the age old question, “What Does DJ Khaled Do?”
For the third year in a row, and sixth time in the last nine seasons, the Alabama Crimson Tide will be playing in the college football National Championship game. Alabama dominated the defending champion Clemson Tigers last night in the Sugar Bowl semi-final playf game, setting up an all-SEC national title game in Atlanta next week.
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Alabama’s defense fueled their 24-6 victory over Clemson, limiting the Tigers to just 188 yards fense. Bama’s defenders also accounted for a pair touchdowns in the third quarter, including a 1-yard touchdown grab by 308-pound defensive tackle Da’Ron Payne, just moments after he picked f Clemson QB Kelly Bryant. Payne, who was named the Sugar Bowl’s defensive MVP noted after the game, “I’ve got gold hands.”
On Clemson’s next fensive play, Bryant’s pass deflected f the hands Deon Cain and was picked f by linebacker Mack Wilson, who returned it 18 yards for another TD.
“This game was about our identity as a team,” Saban said. “I don’t think anybody would doubt our relentless attitude out there. We had a warrior-like mentality.”
Just incredibly disappointed in our performance,” Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said. “But congratulations to Alabama. They were the better team today. No doubt about it.”
No.4 Alabama will now take on the No.3 Georgia Bulldogs in the National Championship game next Monday, January 8th.
Check out some the highlights and reactions to last night’s Sugar Bowl below.
The Georgia Bulldogs outgunned Baker Mayfield and the Oklahoma Sooners in an epic Rose Bowl game last night, advancing to their first national title game since 1980.
The Bulldogs’ defense could hardly contain Mayfield and the high-powered Oklahoma fense, but that didn’t stop UGA linebacker Davin Bellamy from telling Mayfield to humble himself after the 54-48 double overtime victory.
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As the Georgia Bulldogs celebrated on the field at the Rose Bowl, Bellamy could be seen repeatedly yelling at the Heisman trophy winner, “Humble yourself! Humble yourself!”
Bellamy expanded on his comments while speaking with reporters in the locker room.
“All I’m saying is humble yourself,” Bellamy told ESPN after Georgia’s 54-48 victory in double overtime. “All the flamboyancy … I carry myself the same way, but humble yourself, man.
“Our wide receivers came back and told us that they were running their routes before we went out there and he was on their line. Just humble yourself, man, just humble yourself. You’re not built like that.”
Mayfield, who threw for 287 yards and two touchdowns, and also received a touchdown pass in the final game his college career, responded, “They can say what they want, they won the game.” The 22-year old fifth-year senior will now look ahead to the NFL Draft, where he is expected to be the fourth QB f the board, according to ESPN’s Mel Kiper and Todd McShay.
The Georgia Bulldogs will take on the Alabama Crimson Tide in an all-SEC national championship next Monday, January 8th.
Imagine being at a party having the time your life, dancing with the finest girl in the room, and suddenly things take a quick left turn. One more guy had to experience this on New Year’s Eve when all he wanted was a friendly twerk session to his favorite song.
Watch the video below.
Poor guy didn’t know what hit him!