In response to the security guard vs skaters video, why not show a security guard doing what he's suppose to do and be awesome? "Stay on your bike yo!"
What the actual f*ck!?
NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams shows off his gangster rap skills in a funny skit on Monday night's (April 21) episode of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Spliced together footage of the veteran newsman on the nightly news was put together to have him perform Snoop Dogg's classic, "Gin and Juice."
We’ve all been there, stuck in traffic, wishing we had an easier way to transport ourselves around, especially during rush hour. We’ve all dreamed of having our own personal helicopter, and it looks like we’re one step closer to getting it!
Today we get a first look at the stunning and impressive ZERO concept helicopter, a creation of Spanish helicopter designer Hector del Amo, who created this stunning machine which boasts a single seat, and looks like something that you could land in your backyard, though don’t quote on me that. Hector provided no details other than the stunning imagery which you can see in the gallery below. Check out the Zero Concept helicopter after the jump and speak your mind on it down below.
Birdman may be super rich, landing in the "Forbes Five: Hip-Hop's Wealthiest Artists", but he still maintains his connection to the streets.
The Cash Money Records co-founder took to Instagram last week, showing off some fresh ink on his fingers... one of which represents his gang ties. Across his right hand, he got the words "GTV" (his Vodka brand), "Slime," "B-Man" and "Blood$" tatted across his fingers, drawing mixed reactions from followers.
One called Birdman a "fake ass slob," while another questioned the example he set for the youth. "So u throw up sets but the youth in New Orleans is suffering.. r u stupid or just dont give a f*ck?"
Check out the tattoo. What do you think?
Here's the official trailer for the Clint Eastwood-directed, big-screen adaptation of the award-winning musical Jersey Boys, which tells the story of four young men (Frankie Valli included) from the wrong side of the tracks in New Jersey who came together to form the iconic 1960s rock group, The Four Seasons.
Jersey Boys hits theaters June 20th.
5 mins very worth your watch ... hahaha!
A true mans, man!