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The musical notes signify Kanye sung those words (though your definition of singing might not include “auto-tuned talking”). An entire song. About M.J. In front of a sold-out crowd. We’re not kidding — this really happened. And no, you will not be able to get it out of your head for the rest of the day once you hear it…
There are a few subtle differences — notably race, weight, job description and tattoo choices — but Jets coach Rex Ryan and rapper Kanye West are pretty much the same dude nowadays. They both think they’re the best at their respective life positions, and they aren’t afraid to tell us about it.
The Knicks and Nets split their season series after the Nets won at MSG this afternoon, 88-85, but the action didn’t really get going until after the game ended. Kris Humphries will know better than to say anything on Twitter that might illicit reaction from J.R. Smith.
Kris Humphries Pretended To Piss On The Floor Of An NYC Club With A Bottle Of Patron Because He Couldn’t Take The Barrage Of Kanye Songs Anymore
The year: 2007. The location: 30 Rockefeller Center’s Studio 8H. The scene: 22-year-old Cleveland Cavalier LeBron James, fresh off of leading the franchise to their first (and only) NBA Finals appearance, makes his SNL hosting debut alongside musical guest Kanye West. Video (and more on what that night meant) after the jump.
Maybe it was better for Kanye West when he was falling asleep on Kobe Bryant’s Kobe System lectures.
The latest in Nike’s “Kobesystem” ad campaign, which, again is an attempt to see how many ridiculously famous people you can fit in one room.
On his new album, Jay-Z raps about how absolutely unfazed he is by the world. He is so unfazed, in fact, that if the NBA team he owns a stake in lost every single game they played next year, he’d be perfectly fine.
Earlier today, the 25th-ranked George Mason Patriots beat the Georgia State Panthers 68-45. This would not be noteworthy, if not for the abnormal level of rocking done by George Mason’s student band.