As we have seen throughout the past couple of months, just about every celebrity has accepted the ALS ice bucket challenge and then continued to challenge their celebrity friends and family. 50 Cent on the other hand, decided to change the challenge.
The rapper challenged his not-so friend, Floyd Mayweather to read one page from a Harry Potter book without stopping, starting over or messing up. If Floyd accepts the challenge, Fifty said he would donate $750K to a charity of his choice.
As you’re probably imagining that this could be just for laughs, The Breakfast Club took this challenge to another level by airing an unreleased audio of Mayweather struggling to read some drops for the radio station.
Although, DJ Envy says this would take someone about 10 seconds to read, Floyd is heard repeatedly stopping and starting over as well as fumbling some of his words.
Watch the video of Fifty challenging Floyd, then listen to the audio released by The Breakfast Club.
Do you think that Floyd will accept the challenge or will he ignore it as if it never happened? What is your opinion?
Ty Dolla $ign is days away from releasing his free album, Sign Language, which drops on August 25th. As he spoke about the upcoming project, he revealed a new mixtape as well.
The artists revealed that he has locked down several tracks with Rich Homie Quan and that this would result in a joint mixtape. The tape is titled Rich Homie Dolla $ign.
“ME and Rich Homie been doing a little project together, we like ten songs in. We gon’ do that with Drama, it’s probably gonna be called Rich Homie Dolla $ign, ya feel me,” added Ty.
What do you think about this collaboration? Will this turn out to be a great mixtape? Or is it even worthwhile?
Also, don’t forget to check out his newest mixtape, Sign Language; scheduled to drop in five days.
Meek Mill will remain to be incarcerated until at least October 11, 2014. The Philadelphia rapper pleaded to be released from jail, on Monday August 18, 2014; so that he could continue with his music career and be able to support his son and others as well.
Even though the rapper begged, the judge who sentenced him on a parole violation last month was unmoved. Instead, she ordered that Meek takes anger management classes and a parenting class.
Meek Mill has been on probation for about five years, and has not been accused of committing any crimes throughout that time. Yet, he failed a drug test in 2014 and appeared with a gun in a music video last year. Mill’s attorney claims that Meek had a prescription for the OxyContin after an injury and that the weapon used in the video was a water pistol, not an actual gun.
The rapper was reportedly incarcerated because of his behavior while on probation and was sentenced three-to-six months in jail.
What do you think? Was the judge right to have sentenced Meek Mill? Or has he done his time?
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Oscar-winning actor and comedian Robin Williams was found dead in his home Monday morning. Authorities believe it was a suspected suicide.
According to the statement given by Marin County Sheriff’s Department, Williams was found unconscious and not breathing in his home around noon. The statement said that the investigation into his death is ongoing, but the coroner “suspects the death to be a suicide due to asphyxia.”
A representative for Williams said that the actor had recently been battling severe depression. He went back to rehab last month to focus on his sobriety, alcohol was an issue for him. Williams also struggled with cocaine abuse in the early ‘80s, he was sober for 20 years; with the exception of time in rehab during 2006.
“This morning, I lost my husband and my best friend, while the world lost one of its most beloved artists and beautiful human beings,” said Susan Schneider, Williams’ wife. “I am utterly heartbroken. On behalf of Robin’s family, we are asking for privacy during our time of profound grief.”
Williams was 63 years old.
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