Pharrell returns with the release of his new video for It Girl directed by Mr. and Fantasista Utamaro. This is taken from Pharrell recent album G I R L, which is in stores now.
Mila J premires the official visual to her latest single called My Man featuring Ty Dollar $ign produced by DJ Mustard and directed by Blue Gregory.
The Game decides to unleash his brand new track called Black On Black featuring Jeez and Kevin Gates. This track will be featured on Blood Moon: Year oof the Wolf dropping on October 14.
“D’Antoni and I didn’t have the same philosophy on winning. For me, it’s winning and no in between…it’s championship or a waste of time,” Bryant said, according to Ramona Shelburne of ESPN Los Angeles.
Bryant is truly psychotic when it comes to winning, but his implication that D’Antoni didn’t really care about winning is a bit odd given the circumstances last season. Still, this is just Kobe being Kobe.
Bryant went on to praise D’Antoni’s replacement, Byron Scott, according to Arash Markazi of ESPN Los Angeles:
“It’s a philosophical thing,” Bryant said. “He agrees with me and it’s the Lakers organization we’re here for one reason only and that’s to hang championship banners, not division banners or conference banners or anything else. We don’t do that. We focus on winning championships and that’s very important for our young guys to understand.”
Unfortunately for Bryant and Scott, the Lakers will be extremely hard pressed to even come close to competing for a championship in the next few seasons. Even if Bryant bounces back from his injuries, the talent simply isn’t there to keep up in the loaded Western Conference. Having the correct “philosophy of winning” won’t change that.
A high school student was injured and one person was being sought after a shooting at a high school in southern Louisville, police said Tuesday.
The student had non-life threatening injuries and was reunited with parents at University Hospital, Officer Phil Russell said. He didn’t say if the injured student and shooter knew each other or if the shooter was a student at Fern Creek Traditional High School.
Russell said the suspect left the 1,400-student school immediately after firing the shot.
“It appears it is an isolated incident that happened just inside the school,” Russell said. “Obviously a large crime scene, but it was isolated to just inside the building.”
Video from television stations showed police escorting students with their hands over their heads out of the school in the southern part of the city to a nearby softball field.
Police cars surrounded the 91-year-old school.
Tiata Rodgers, parent of a senior at Fern Creek said her 17-year-old son called right after hearing a gun shot.
Rodgers said her son whispered into the phone, but she didn’t believe him. Rogers said her son told her, “No this is real. They’re shooting.” The student said after the shooting “everybody just went running everywhere, shoving kids in classrooms and locking the doors,” Rodgers said.
Rodgers lives nearby and made beeline for the campus.
“I jumped up and ran over here,” Rodgers said.
Jefferson County Public Schools spokesman Ben Jackey said the school went into lockdown with students put in classrooms. After police arrived, students were led out before being taken to a nearby park for dismissal.
Students at a nearby elementary school with a later dismissal were restricted to their building, Jackey said.
“This is senseless. This is unacceptable,” Jackey said. “This cannot happen in our school. This is not the type of things students should be exposed to.”
Traffic around the school was backed up as parents streamed into the area to pick up their children. Officers were directing traffic to a nearby park, but parents were parking their cars and walking down the street to meet their children.
The school, which opened in 1923, concentrates on communications, media and arts. It has a student-run radio station, WFHS.
Earlier Tuesday, a student was shot by a fellow student outside a North Carolina high school just minutes before classes began, and the suspect then waited for police to arrive, authorities said.
That shooting happened around 7:40 a.m. as the two male students argued in an on-campus courtyard at Albemarle High School, Albemarle Police Chief William Halliburton said at a news conference.
The shooter put down his gun after firing two shots, walked into the principal’s office and waited for police, Halliburton said.