Conor Mcgregor finds himself in the news again for all the wrong reasons, as he was arrested in Miami on Monday.
The arrest stems from an alleged incident in which McGregor took a fan’s phone and smashed it.
McGregor was charged with strong-armed robbery and criminal mischief, both of which were felonies.
The UFC star did not have to spend the night in jail following his arrest though, as he was bonded out Monday night.
Now with this arrest, it appears that McGregor has some new hurdles to overcome outside of the octagon before he can get back to fighting.
Nike Set to Release New ‘On Air’ Designs
There is nothing like a new shoe release and few companies come up with more creative designs than Nike.
Nike’s next release if for their new ‘On Air’ series, which is set to drop on April 13th.
Nike’s On Air collection is part of their Air Max footwear. The six designs of this collection come from contributors around the globe that have created these artful concepts.
The collection is part of a campaign that Nike launched last year to create designs that tell authentic personal stories connected to the designer’s home city.
After an arduous review process, Nike found the best designs from New York, Shanghai, Tokyo, London, Paris and Seoul and then left the public to pick the best design from each region.
Now with a completed shoe for each location, Nike has finished one of the most immersive user-driven marketing campaigns ever created.
Ja Rule Curses the Timberwolves After They Trolled His Halftime Performance
Ja Rule has had a turbulent last couple of years, as the rapper was the face of the infamous Fyre Festival.
Rule’s reputation was sure to take a hit, as a bunch of rich kids were promised an exclusive music festival experience on a private island with IG models, but were instead met with cheese sandwiches and tents.
Last night, Rule was out performing though, as he did the halftime show for the Milwaukee Bucks home game versus the Minnesota Timberwolves.
The Bucks may have been subtly trolling Ja Rule by getting shots up while he was performing, but the real shots were fired by the Timberwolves twitter account.
Ja Rule was clearly upset with the Timberwovles after the game and went so far as to curse them from winning a championship unless they apologize.
Considering the fact that the Timberwolves have never won a championship, or even a conference championship for that matter, Ja Rule’s curse may have the legs to last 30 more years.
Samuel L. Jackson Trolls Spike Lee’s New York Knicks at Oscars
There are few fans in sports that are more associated with their team than Spike Lee is with the Knicks.
Lee, who is often sitting courtside at Madison Square Garden, was unable to be at the Knicks game last night because he was nominated for an Oscar.
Luckily for Lee, he was able to get a score update during the Academy Awards Ceremony from his good friend Samuel L. Jackson
While most fans would be happy to hear that there team had won their first home game in over two months, Lee had to remind us all that winning is not what the Knicks want to be doing right now.
Things would only get better for Lee, as it was announced that he won the Academy Award for best adapted screenplay for his film BlacKkKlansman.
This was the first competitive Oscar win for Lee, making for a great moment between two friends.
If Lee gets this excited for winning an Oscar, just imagine how thrilled he will be if the Knicks tanking pays off and they draft Zion Williamson with the first overall pick.
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