Dave is back
That’s right… Dave Chappelle is back. He came back strong in a three part stand-up on Netflix. Now he is joining other big names such as Childish Gambino, The Roots, and others at Radio City Music Hall in NYC, which he has taken over for the month of August. Dave Chappelle is best known for his controversial yet hilarious skits on The Chappelle Show. His show on Netflix touches on many of the rumors that surfaced regarding his long break from the business, including issues about health and drugs. I am personally glad that Dave Chappelle is back. If you can’t make it to New York to see it this August, be sure to tune into Netflix to check out Dave Chappelle and hear about all 4 times he met O.J.
YES…it is really happening. Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr. and MMA fighter Conner McGregor are scheduled to battle it out August 26,2017 in Las Vegas. What I love about this is very simple… these two are some of the best taunters that I have seen lately. Take a look at @McGregor’s post as he slyly makes reference to Mayweather’s age.
I must say, love the pink. The fact that Floyd doesn’t seem to be too worried about this upcoming bout; as he is busy promoting his new club in Las Vegas and his #Mayweatherchallenge.
Upon looking for any trash talk from Floyd I was only able to come across the name of his new club (warning explicit lyrics) Girl Collection. Obviously he has his hands in many business ventures, but wouldn’t the real possibility of being beaten make you focus a little? Well I hope he gets more training in because my bet is on #McGREGOR.
Chance the Rapper
What is it about Chance the Rapper? This young man has accomplished so much at his young age. He is the only artist in history to not only be nominated, but win a Grammy as an unsigned artist. He has done huge amounts of charity work including helping to intervene in the lives of Chicago’s young men of color. He has also pledged to donate $1 million to Chicago’s Public School System, which has led to him being honored by BET with the Humanitarian Award. Although it’s not uncommon to see interpreters on stages now a days. Chance decided to stay within his community and team up with a black owned ASL company to sign for him while on tour. Chance the Rapper in my opinion is a role model. #itallstartswithyou #rolemodel #humanitarian