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Ja Rule Curses the Timberwolves After They Trolled His Halftime Performance

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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.

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Samuel L. Jackson Trolls Spike Lee’s New York Knicks at Oscars

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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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Top 10 Air Jordans Of All Time And Their Original Commercials

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Air Jordans are one of the most premier if not the most premier sneaker brand of all time.  The prestige, the notoriety, the history, it’s beyond any other sneaker on the planet.  The Air Jordan, originally designed exclusively for the GOAT Michael Jordan, in the early part of 1984, was released to the public later that same year.  The shoe has since become the most successful sneaker brand — working to lead the pack with every release.  It’s at the forefront of all other sneaker brands, beaming as the success model many aspire to.

 

Sports Illustrated recently ranked all 33 Air Jordan sneakers.  We exported the top ten and brought them here for you to judge. Plus, we added their original classic commercials.  Did they get it right?

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Suge Knight gives insight into Tupac’s final words.

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Showtime just released a documentary featuring conversations with Suge Knight, his parents, and his uncles that was recorded in 2011. The documentary movie gives Suge Knight an uninterrupted opportunity to tell his story of growing up in Compton , playing college and NFL football and then rising to be the founder of Death Row Records and one of the most influential music executives of the 21st century. The documentary takes a detailed look into Suge as a child and even showcases video footage of him rapping with his high school football team. The conversation then turned to Suge’s brief time with the Los Angeles Rams and his decision to start working as a security guard for the likes of Bobby Brown and other celebrities. The documentary covers some of the well known incidents through Death Row and hip hop culture, but it brings light to Suge’s account of Tupac’s last words. In what might be new information for some, Suge was shot in head during the Tupac assault. A bullet grazed the top of Suge’s head causing blood to drip down his face.

We found a clip of Suge explaining in 1996 the same information found in the Showtime documentary almost word for word. According to Suge Knight, these were the words that Tupac Shakur said to him jokingly as he was dealing with his wounds.

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