Recently, footage hit the web showing a white student getting knocked down by a black classmate. Mad that he lost the quick skirmish the long-haired boy got up and yelled, “See you in juvie, b***h!” The black kid, who knocked down his mad classmate, didn’t decide to retaliate upon hearing the comment. However, as the white kid angrily stormed out, he decided to follow up his comment by yelling, “f***ing n****r!” This had the fight victor jump across a table and chase after the white kid, who was later seen yelling for help.
Has there ever been an athlete quite like Marshawn Lynch? What’s great about Beast Mode is that you know what you’re seeing is 100% him 100% of the time. There is no middle ground with Marshawn. Whereas most former players spend their retirement working as a broadcaster or a pitchman, apparently all Marshawn wants to do is play chicken with a bus in the middle of nowhere, Scotland.
“Have some fun, make some music. If it’s fun, that’s all that matters. I’m having fun, and I’m in the same room you’re all sitting in right now. I’m in the same place you guys are.” — Skrillex. This morning, Skrillex took to YouTube to debut The Same Place, a short film from Jas Davis and James Winterhalter featuring footage from all of Sonny’s tours and travels in 2016. The 11-minute recap reveals both the more public and intimate moments from the past 12 months, from dramatic, on-stage shots to private jam sessions and personal excursions.
The shoot for Young Thug’s “Wyclef Jean” music video sounds like it was a complete shit show: Cops threaten to shut down production, lawyers had to intervene, and Thugger, who showed up 10 hours late, refused to film a single scene. But rather than scrap the project, the minds at Pomp & Clout delivered an incredibly creative and hilarious masterpiece.
Super Mario Odyssey’s trailer was only a couple minutes long, but it was enough to get everyone hung up on was Mario’s bizarre appearance in a fictionalized version of NYC. The immediate comparison was that Odyssey reminded people of GTA, so it was only a matter of time before mods mashed together the whimsy of Odyssey with GTA’s grit.
Ink addicts is a gallery in which we celebrate the art of tattooing. We are sharing images from across the internet that we have stumbled across or that have been submitted via email. We love the tattoo community and our intentions are to shine more light and acceptance on tattoos. Check out this amazing selection that we think are super rad. What do you think?
Through a unique blend of breakdancing, calisthenics, and traditional barbell movements, Vazquez has created a signature training style and a body marked by speed, power, and real strength. He may have started out overweight and unhappy, but today he’s a business owner and proud role model to his son, and he embodies the Performix notion of “greatness, unrelenting.”