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KC came back to win the best game in History

Bills watch victory slip away in 13 seconds…. Craziest ending in football history!! KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen could have immediately run off the field, headed into the locker room and the offseason that awaited. Instead, after embracing Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes moments after he had thrown the game-winning score Sunday night, Allen took his time and let his eyes linger. He looked around Arrowhead Stadium, watching Kansas City fans and players celebrate another postseason win and a berth in their fourth straight home AFC Championship Game. “It was tough to be…

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DJ KAY SLAY OPENS HIS EYES FOR 1ST TIME SINCE COVID-19 HOSPITALIZATION HIS BROTHERS SAY

Rumors legendary New York City DJ Kay Slay was losing his battle with COVID-19 started to circulate last week. But in an interview with HipHopDX, his biological twin brothers — Kwame and Michael Grayson — assured his fans and peers he was getting stronger. That’s not to say he’s completely out of the woods yet, but there’s been another promising development. In a text to DX, Kwame said, “The doctors told us and mom that his eyes just opened today. It will be along time before he’s released from the hospital, but a long time is better than…

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Hip-Hop 

John ‘Ecstasy’ Fletcher Of Legendary Hip-Hop Group Whodini Dies At 56

Fletcher, along with Whodini, helped cultivate rap’s sound in the 80’s and was one of the leaders of New Jack Swing. John Fletcher, the rapper better known as “Ecstasy” from the pioneering hip-hop group Whodini, has reportedly died. His cause of death is unknown. Fletcher was 56-years-old. Questlove of The Roots shared the news Wednesday in an Instagram post, paying homage from one legend to another. “One Love to Ecstasy of the Legendary #Whodini. This man was legendary and a pivotal member of one of the most legendary groups in…

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NBA Players Grapple with Painful Injustice of Breonna Taylor Decision

Mark J. Terrill/Associated Press Her name and face have appeared on NBA players’ T-shirts and in league-sponsored social justice PSAs during game broadcasts. Players have refused to answer basketball-related questions on media Zoom calls in order to spend that time bringing attention to her case. Last month, Milwaukee Bucks players decided to strike after a Kenosha, Wisconsin, police officer shot Jacob Blake in the back multiple times. Again and again in Orlando, Florida, this summer, they have said her name. Breonna Taylor. Taylor, a 26-year-old EMT whom police officers shot and killed while entering…

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Five Men Arrested for Pop Smoke’s Murder

The Los Angeles Police have five people in custody in connection to Pop Smoke’s murder. Three adult males and two juvenile males were arrested but all other details are under wraps. “LAPD Detectives have arrested three adult males & two juvenile males related to the Feb 19th murder of Bashar Jackson, a New York based rapper known as Pop Smoke. We will provide further details as they become available,” the LAPD tweeted. Previous reports suggested that the COVID-19 pandemic slowed down the investigation, but Steven Victor recently revealed that they were…

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Eazy-E’s Daughters Beef After Megan Thee Stallion Lands ‘Boyz-N-Tha-Hood’ Sample

Lorenzo Smith One of Eazy-E’s daughters, Henree Wright, is furious after she learned Megan Thee Stallion was granted permission to sample Eazy-E’s iconic single “Boyz-N-Tha-Hood” for her new song “Girls In The Hood” – and not for reasons one may think. As Wright explained in an Instagram video on Thursday (June 25), she’s upset she and her siblings can’t even get clearance to use their own father’s music. “I’m straight bothered and I don’t really get bothered,” she says in the clip. “But I’m not bothered by these dope ass artists that’s making these dope…

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Megan Thee Stallion and Beyonce’s Savage remix could make Grammy history

Since Megan Thee Stallion and Beyonce’s track “Savage” jumped to the second spot on the Billboard Hot 100 this week, the pair have been tipped as hot contenders for the Best Rap Performance Grammy award. If they are nominated in the category it would mark the first time in 23 years that an all-female collaboration received this recognition. The last time a woman was nominated for Best Rap Performance was back in 1997 when Lil Kim’s “Not Tonight” featuring Left Eye, Da Brat, Missy Elliott and Angie Martinez was put forward. Beyonce has been nominated for a total of 70…

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MIKE TYSON ADMITS HE FEELS ‘EMPTY’ WITH POST-BOXING LIFE, ‘SCARED’ OF MAN HE USED TO BE [VIDEO]

*Sugar Ray Leonard chopped it up with Mike Tyson on his podcast recently, during which Tyson became emotional while reflecting over his post-boxing life.  Tyson retired from boxing in 2005, while Leonard retired in 1997. Both men discussed their careers with Eben Britton on Hotboxin’ with Mike Tyson, and Tyson confessed that he’s “scared” of who he used to be, Complex reports.  “I know the art of fight, I know the art of war, that’s all I ever studied,” he said at the 14:00 mark of the clip above. “That’s why they feared me when I…

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MEGAN THE STALLION SUES RECORD LABEL AMID CONTRACT DISPUTE; JUDGE GRANTS RESTRAING ORDER

Image via Getty/Erika Goldring *Megan The Stallion has filed a lawsuit against her record label (1501 Certified Entertainment) and its CEO, over refusal to let her release new music after she asked to renegotiate her contract.   The hip-hop star said the release of her next album, Suga, may be delayed due to her contract dispute with the Houston-based indie label, owned by ex-baseball player Carl Crawford, which she signed to back in 2018.  Megan took to her Instagram Live to discuss the disagreement, noting that when she signed the contract at age 20,…

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Lakers work out JR Smith and Dion Waiters as they seek to fill final roster spot

GANGULISTAFF WRITER MARCH 2, 20204:41 PM The Lakers worked out JR Smith and Dion Waiters on Monday as they began the process to fill their final roster spot, according to sources familiar with the situation. The team might bring in other players and is in no rush to fill the spot, according to people familiar with their plans. Waiters worked out for the Lakers on Monday morning, in a session one source said was impressive. He then met with Vice President of Basketball Operations Rob Pelinka — his former agent — Coach Frank…

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