In our final episode of Chiraq, we discover what the Nation Of Islam thinks about the Chiraq phenomena then finally get an audience in the court of Almighty Sosa, a.k.a. Chief Keef, a.k.a. young Keith Cozart. Filmed at his house in the suburbs of Chicago, Keef spends his time whipping donuts around the backyard on an ATV. There, we talk to the rapper and meet fellow GBE members who show us what happens when Sosa drops 10,000 dollars on paintball equipment.
Lil Jon & DJ Snake are back at it again with the release of their brand new video for Turn Down for What. This single has already went platinum.
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Jordan Brand designers are battling the designer-sneaker uprising with the release of its latest collection. The brand’s newest model features the classic Jordan 1 silhouette in high-end leathers, solid colorways, and a woven aesthetic similar to that of the Jordan Future. The Jordan Shine is expected to soon be available at Barneys New York,
DeMarcus Ware has reached an agreement with the Denver Broncos on a three-year, $30 million contract that includes $20 million guaranteed, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
The deal, which is pending a physical, will pay Ware $13 million this season — $250,000 more than the star pass rusher was scheduled to make from the Dallas Cowboys, who released him on Tuesday.
Ware’s $7 million salary next season also will be guaranteed, according to the source. The deal is contingent upon the 31-year-old Ware passing his physical Wednesday.
Three weeks ago, Ware had two bone chips removed from his elbow. But the injury is said to be doing well, with no issues.
Once Ware was released by Dallas, at least a dozen teams expressed interest. In a 24-hour span, the Broncos have added Ware, cornerback Aqib Talib and safety T.J. Ward.
Snoop Dogg drops off a visual for Gangstas Dont Live That Long produced by Mr. Porter and directed by Dah Dah. This is taken from Snoop and DJ Drama new mixtape titled Thats My Work 3.
Bryant has been sidelined since Dec. 17 with a fracture of the lateral tibial plateau in his left knee. He also missed the Lakers’ first 19 games while recovering from a torn Achilles in his left leg suffered last season.
A source tells ESPNLosAngeles.com that team physician Stephen Lombardo will re-evaluate Bryant before an official determination is made. That exam was initially scheduled for Friday, but the source said the exam could be moved up to Wednesday.
In all, Bryant played six games this season, averaging 13.8 points, 6.3 assists, 4.3 rebounds and 42.5 percent shooting from the field. The Lakers are 22-42, tied for the worst record in the Western Conference.
Los Angeles signed Bryant to a two-year, $48.5 million contract extension in November. The five-time NBA champion called his recovery “a slow process” during a news conference in New Orleans at All-Star Weekend last month.
Lombardo examined Bryant on Feb. 21, and it was determined the 18-year veteran would be sidelined another three weeks before being re-evaluated because of continued pain, swelling and soreness in the knee.
At the time, coach Mike D’Antoni said he was unsure whether the team would see Bryant on the court again this season.
“I don’t know,” he said. “That’s out of my hands. We’ll see. I have no answer to that one.”
General manager Mitch Kupchak had said he didn’t want Bryant back until he was “100 percent.”
“We’re not going to push him to get back,” Kupchak said. “I don’t see why you would. We’ve made a commitment to him for two more years, and I just don’t know why we’d do that [push him to come back]. But if he feels he’s ready and he’s in shape and he gets the doctor’s approval, then there’s no reason why he couldn’t do that.”