Rapper, Shawty Lo, best known for the hit song “Dey Know,” passed away early Wednesday fiery morning car crash. He was 40.
Lo was traveling in a 2016 Audi in Atlanta his vehicle veered off the road and struck a few trees. The popular Atlanta was ejected from the car and was pronounced dead at the scene.
Hours before his death he was posting videos on social media.
Lo is survived by 11 kids and 10 baby mamas. Continue reading
Following Stephen Curry’s tantrum in the final minutes of the Golden State Warriors’ loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers in game 6 Thursday night, the NBA star’s wife, Ayesha Curry, took to Twitter to say she feels the NBA is rigged.
“”I’ve lost all respect sorry this is absolutely rigged for money… Or ratings in not sure which. I won’t be silent. Just saw it live sry.” Ayesha later deleted the controversial tweet.
Stephen Curry, the two-time MVP, received his sixth foul for grabbing LeBron James in the fourth quarter. Continue reading
R&B singer and GF of NBA star Kyrie Irving, Kehlani, was placed on a 5150, psychiatric hold after EMS concluded she posed a threat to herself.
A medical team was dispatched to the singer’s Hollywood home and determined she needed to be transported to the hospital for further mental evaluation.
We’ve learned … paramedics responded to a medical emergency at Kehlani’s home at 1:45 PM on Monday — and when they arrived we’re told “she wanted to harm herself.” Continue reading
Aubrey McClendon, who is a part owner of NBA team, Oklahoma Thunder, and the founder and former chief executive of Chesapeake Energy, was pronounced dead after driving his vehicle into an embankment. He was 56.
McClendon had been indicted on Tuesday on conspiracy to rig bids for the purchase of oil and natural gas leases in northwest Oklahoma. He died in the single-car crash in Oklahoma City on Wednesday, police confirmed.
Less than 24 hours earlier, the Department of Justice announced that he had been charged with conspiring to rig bids for the purchase of oil and natural gas leases in northwest Oklahoma. Continue reading
Delonte West, the former NBA star who was sadly diagnosed as Bipolar in 2008, was spotted by a fan roaming a Houston area Jack In The Box parking lot – shoeless, wearing a hospital gown covered by a leather vest.
West, who raked in over $16 million while playing for Boston, Seattle, Cleveland and Dallas, was in the fast food parking lot without any shoes on his feet.
When the fan asked the eight year NBA vet, who was a first round draft pick in 2004 ,“Are you Delonte West?” Continue reading
Meet Lonynell Coleman, the Cleveland Cavaliers fan who predicted his team would win the NBA championship by inking a HUGE leg tattoo.
Coleman, who will never get a job as a psychic, boldly declared the Cavs would be the “2015 NBA Champs” before last night’s game. Oops.
After the Cavs were soundly beat by the Golden State Warriors, Lonynell said, “I’m not changing nothing on this tattoo. Continue reading
LeBron James thinks he’s the best player in the world and he’s not afraid to say it.
Despite losing 2 games in a row, going to 3-2 in the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors, Lebron still thinks his team has a chance to win: because of him.
“I feel confident because I’m the best player in the world,” James said following his 40-point, 14-rebound and 11-assist performance for his second triple-double of the series. “It’s that simple.”
Cleveland Cavaliers guard J.R. Smith posted a meme to Instagram slamming Caitlyn Jenner but then had the sense to hit the delete button.
The meme praises Akon for delivering solar power to millions of Africans while referring to Jenner as “Bruce the science project.”
The Cleveland Cavaliers played the following creepy video on the Jumbotron depicting a man brutalizing his girlfriend after discovering she is a Chicago Bulls fan.
In the shocking video, the man pummels the woman to the ground after learning she is rooting for a rival team.
It gets worse … the man justifies the beating by saying, “Bulls fan? I didn’t know you were a Bulls fan!” At the end of the video, the woman resurfaces with an ice pack on her head … and wearing a Cleveland shirt. Continue reading
Out of the closet and down on the court! Anderson Varejão, an 11-year veteran of the Cleveland Cavaliers, and newbie, Iman Shumpert, have developed some awesome chemistry, and we’re not talking about passing the ball chemistry, we’re talking about the swapping spit kind!
During Game 3 of the Cavs vs Celtics playoff series, Varejão got up close and personal with Shumpert, in a moment that can only be called heartwarming.
Could someone give poor Kevin Love a hug dammit? Continue reading