Click on link above to listen ^^^^^^
- Aria: July 5, 2021 at 6:26 am
- Last week I found out my boyfriend had a trio with my best friend and sister in my apartment while I was fast asleep in the next room. This happened about two weeks prior.
- My best friend decided to come clean as she felt terrible about it. However, she also told me after they got finished.
- My boyfriend and sister jumped into the shower together afterward, and according to her, they did it again in the shower all while I’m still asleep in another room.
- My sister had asked her to join in again, but my best friend said no and went to sleep. Since finding out, I’ve cut off my boyfriend and my sister but don’t know if I can keep my best friend in my life. Although she finally came out about it and showed remorse. I’m still hurt about what she did with him and don’t know if I could trust her again.I confronted my sister and boyfriend, and they originally denied it but have since told the truth. That they did it twice! Although I suspect it’s been more than that. I believe they were hooking up constantly during our relationship, but they claim it was only twice.I can’t believe they acted normally the following morning as nothing had happened. My best friend was acting strange, but I thought nothing of it.My sister had reached out to me through a fake account and, instead of an apology or show remorse for what she did, said since I didn’t want a relationship with her anymore, she may as well go ahead and be in a relationship with my ex-boyfriend! She then proceeded to tell me how my ex-boyfriend told her that it was better with her and how he thought she was the hotter sister. He even told me what they did in the shower. She’s disgusting.My boyfriend has also tried reaching out to me, begging for me to come back to him. A family member informed me yesterday that my sister has tagged my ex in relationship status on Facebook and put a picture of them together as her profile picture. She even uploaded a picture of them in bed together. He was not dressed, and she had a bracelet on.The disrespect is insane. I’m heartbroken and will never speak to my sister again. Now, what should I do with my best friend? Should I continue my friendship with her or cut her off too?
- I need help, please!
Scottie Pippen is all in on calling Phil Jackson a racist. The former NBA player was openly unhappy that Phil Jackson didn’t give him the final shot in a game back in 1994, and apparently he felt the legendary coach’s decision was racially motivated. Pippen spoke about the incident during an interview with GQ, and he said you “need to read between the fine lines” to understand why he was so upset. He believes Jackson wanted to elevate Kukoc’s status.
“I been through all the ups and downs, the battles with the Pistons and now you gonna insult me and tell me to take it out? I thought it was a pretty low blow,” Pippen said. “I felt like it was an opportunity to give [Kukoc] a rise. It was a racial move to give him a rise. After all I’ve been through with this organization, now you’re gonna tell me to take the ball out and throw it to Toni Kukoc? You’re insulting me. That’s how I felt.”
Today Scottie was on the Dan Patrick show, and didn’t want to take back his comments on Phil. In fact, he confirmed what he said before, and called out Phil Jackson for being a racist.
“Consumers likely would have purchased the Yeezy Foam Runner were it not for the cheaper, knock-off imitation shoe,” according to Kanye West’s complaint against Walmart.FilmMagic; Getty Images; Walmart
Kanye West and his Yeezy sneaker label have sued Walmart, accusing the retail giant of selling fake shoes.
Specifically, the billionaire rapper’s complaint, filed Thursday in California court in Los Angeles, claims the giant discounter has been selling fake versions of his bizarre-looking Foam Runner slides.
Introduced last year at a retail price of $75, the genuine Yeezy slides initially drew unflattering comparisons to Crocs. Nevertheless, they “instantly” sold out, and now sell for upwards of three times that on the secondary market, according to the suit.
The knockoffs on Walmart’s site, meanwhile, have been retailing for between $21.99 and $33.99 a pair. While Yeezy has sent Walmart legal warnings demanding that it yank the ripoff sneakers from its site, it has thus far failed to do so, according to the suit.
Yeezy is concerned partly because the lookalikes being sold on Walmart.com appear to be “virtually indistinguishable” from the real thing, the suit says. “My son has been wanting the Yeezy slides but these look similar and are much more affordable,” one customer wrote on the site, according to the suit.
“Consumers likely would have purchased the Yeezy Foam Runner were it not for the cheaper, knock-off imitation shoe,”
In addition to stealing Yeezy’s market share, the fake sneakers are of “subpar quality,’ which in turn is hurting the “reputation and the goodwill of the Yeezy brand,” according to the suit. It cited various customer complaints that the shoes fit poorly and “ripped after 20 minutes of wear” with one advising, “Don’t buy this garbage.”
Walmart appears to have removed most of the counterfeit Foam Runners from its web site, though some could still be found in a search of its site on Thursday afternoon. Indeed, a review of Walmart.com pulls up other fake Yeezy merchandise, including a pair of “Yeezy Inspired Slides” that sell for $38.99. Yeezy is exclusively sold by Adidas.
In a statement, Walmart said “The product referenced in the complaint is not sold by Walmart, but rather by third party Marketplace sellers. We take allegations like this seriously and are reviewing the claim. We will respond in court as appropriate after we have been seen.
Thursday’s suit comes on the heels of a trademark dispute between West and Walmart over a “rays from the sun” logo design West wants to use for Yeezy, but which Walmart says looks too similar to its 13-year-old sun logo.
In response, people close to Yeezy have scoffed at the idea West’s upscale brand — whose shoes typically retail for hundreds of dollars a pair — wanting to piggyback off Walmart’s image.
“Celebrities are regularly photographed wearing Yeezy clothing and footwear and using Yeezy products, which enhances the brand’s popularity and appeal to the general public,” according to the Thursday lawsuit. “Some celebs include, Kim Kardashian, Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Jay Z, Hailey Baldwin, Gigi, and Bella Hadid, and Snoop Dogg.
In 1969, actor Samuel L Jackson was expelled from historically black Morehouse College for locking board members in a building for two days in protest of the school’s curriculum and governance. Included in this group of people who were held hostage was Martin Luther King Jr.’s very own father, Martin Luther King Sr.
In 1966, during the height of the civil rights movement, Jackson enrolled at the historically black Morehouse College in Atlanta, the alma mater of Martin Luther King Jr. In 1968, when Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated, Kings body was brought to Atlanta to lie in state at Spelman College, the historically black woman’s school adjacent to Morehouse. Jackson attended King’s funeral as one of the ushers and then flew to Memphis to join an equal rights protest march that radicalized him and changed the way he thought. “I was angry about the assassination, but I wasn’t shocked by it. I knew that change was going to take something different — not sit-ins, not peaceful coexistence,” he stated in an interview with Parade about his reactions to King’s death.
In 1969, as mentioned before, he and a group of radical Morehouse students held the college’s board of trustees hostage, demanding that changes be made in the curriculum of the school and stating that they wanted more blacks on the governing board of the institution. Morehouse eventually gave in and agreed to change but Jackson was expelled for his actions.
That summer he became connected with people in the Black Power movement including Stokely Carmichael, H. Rap Brown and others.
“I was in that radical faction,” Jackson told Parade. “We were buying guns, getting ready for armed struggle. ‘All of a sudden,’ he said proudly, ‘I felt I had a voice. I was somebody. I could make a difference. ‘But then one day,’ he added quietly, ‘my mom showed up and put me on a plane to L.A. She said, ‘Do not come back to Atlanta.’ The FBI had been to the house and told her that if I didn’t get out of Atlanta, there was a good possibility I’d be dead within a year. She freaked out.’”
Jackson was one tough dude even before all his movies.
CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW FOR AUDIO
CLICK ON LINK BELOW FOR AUDIO
Click on the link below for audio
Click on the link below for audio
An arrest warrant has just been issued for Antonio Brown with no bond, according to Andy Slater of Fox Sports 640.00:00/04:1300:00Next VideoCancelAutoplay is paused
On Tuesday, a heavy police presence was outside of the wide receiver’s home in Hollywood, Fl. after he and his trainer allegedly assaulted the driver of a moving truck.
Court records obtained by TMZ Sports state that the driver was hired to deliver Brown’s belongings, but that when he asked Brown for $4,000 in payment, Brown refused.
The driver then attempted to leave Brown’s home with Brown’s belongings still in the truck, resulting in Brown picking up a rock and throwing it at the vehicle, causing a dent and paint chipping in the driver’s side door. The drive reported the damage to police.
Shortly after, the moving company called the driver to tell him to deliver Brown’s belongings, stating that Brown was willing to pay the $4,000 plus an extra $860 to cover the damage caused to the truck.
When the driver got back to Brown’s home, Brown gave the driver the $4,000 but refused to pay for the damages. The two argued, and Brown then entered the truck and begin to hit him before the 31-year-old was restrained by his associates.
Brown’s trainer, Glenn Holt, proceeded to grab the keys out of the ignition and open the side of the truck so Brown could get his goods, but once the driver told Brown and Holt that they were taking items that belonged other people, the items were thrown back into the truck, causing damage to the goods.
Holt has already been arrested for battery and burglary.