“Detroit Vs. Everybody” from Eminem’s Shady XV compilation now has a video and the all-star team of Eminem, Big Sean, Danny Brown, Dej Loaf, Royce da 5’9″, and Trick Trick are all present in the just-released music video for the song.
In it we see Em and his crew rolling around in black-and-white all over the Motor City, spitting their killer rhymes and showing that when it comes to music videos very few do them as well as The Slim One.
Anyone who has played poker, know what it is like to lose a good hand on a bad beat. When this happens, emotions run high, and usually a few choice words are thrown around the table, however, I’ve never witnessed someone getting their ass beat winning at a card game, I though that only happened in the movies.
This happened on November 16th, 2014. Apparently, the two guys involved in this video were exchanging ongoing verbal arguments between each other throughout the night at the poker table. Drinking was involved. This lasted for a while, until guy #1 (the guy who was beat up) lost a hand, then got out of his chair and rushed over to guy #2 (the one doing the beating) and punched him in the back of the head. (this was not captured on film). As a response to being hit from behind, guy #2 gets out of his chair (at this point the video started recording) and begins a beatdown…
If you didn’t read the description before watching the video, you probably thought the guy doing the punching is a A-hole, but if some dude hit me in the back of the head because he lost a hand of Texas Hold’em to me, I probably would have beat the guys ass as well. Well, maybe not as many punches, I’m mean the dude is laying lifeless after the first two swings.
Tom Brady spoke to the media today, denying having any knowledge of what happened to the footballs. He did, however, acknowledge that he was the one–about five hours before halftime–that went in and selected the balls that would be used.
“I feel like I’ve always played within the rules,” Brady said, per Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk. “I would never do anything to break the rules. I believe in fair play, I respect the league and everything they’re doing to try to create a competitive playing field for all the NFL teams.”
“I get here, I go in there and I choose how many balls are necessary for the game. When I felt them, they were perfect, I wouldn’t want anyone to touch them.”
However–and easily the most head-scratching thing here–Brady said that NFL investigators haven’t talked to him. Four days later, the guy who it would have been fairly easy to determine was the one who originally selected the balls now at issue.
Bryant downplayed the issue after Wednesday night’s game.
“I’ve played on a torn labrum before,” Bryant said after scoring 14 points in 30 minutes. “I’m not too concerned about it.”
With less than 40 games remaining on the schedule, the Lakers needing to finish with one of the worst records in the NBA to keep their draft pick, and Bryant being 36-years old … it’s safe to say he should forget this season and prepare the retirement tour in 2015-2016.
Here’s Kobe shooting with his left hand last night. His final shot? An airball.
A Bad Lip Reading of the NFL has become one of those parody franchises we’ve come to look forward to seeing every NFL season. And much like it’s predecessors, the 2015 bad lip reading of the NFL doesn’t disappoint.