Coach Snoop the Great “stay ready so he don’t got to get ready”. Check out Snoop’s presser from Ravens training camp.
Fo sheezy my neezy indeed. The Browns will probably respond by bringing in Soulja Boy to support Coach Mangina. They need another soldier to replace Kellen Winslow who’s off to a great start in Tampa. Expect more fail.
David Beckham and Snoop Dogg had so much fun learning about soccer and getting their Roscoe’s Chicken and Waffles on. They’ve decided to take their relationship to the next level through their mutual love of chickenhead hoes and slippers.
“We are talking about making a slipper together,” revealed the US rap star. “So when I stop rapping and he stops playing soccer we can kick back and slip on a house shoe.”
Their mutual appreciation for the comfy footwear was established after the soccer ace made a guest appearance on Snoop’s US reality show Father Hood. “I got David a pair of slippers as a present,” says the Paid Tha Cost To Be Da Boss star. “He took a picture of himself wearing them and sent it to me. I said, ‘They look cool!’.”
And then he said, “Like totally, mate! Shall I rub your chin nuts?”
It’s not clear that this would work. Does Beckham appreciate the simple South Central house shoes from the swap meet? They could expand into the mothball-infested house robes worn by junkies and Mafia dons. I don’t see that selling in Paris and Milan. Essex and Detroit? Yes. This just seems like an idea destined for failure. Snoop’s better off getting Goldenballs into the studio. Fire!
This is Suge Knight at last Saturday’s USC football game. There is nothing good that can come out of Suge Knight roaming the sidelines of a collegiate football team. How did he get on to the field, does USC not know he’s a convicted felon with many connections to Los Angeles gangs? Who owes this man money? Which students are being bought off with cars, women and straight cash homie? After the game, do Suge and Pete Carroll light up a spliff and laugh about which chickenhead cheerleaders they’re going to nail that night?
The LA Times wants to know why he’s on the sidelines as well. They’ve set up a poll to get to the bottom of it. The NCAA should jump into a giant investigation to figure out what connection Suge has with this team. It just cannot be good.
Luckily, having Suge in a pseudo sports story allows us to dip back into the Death Row Records archives for your listening enjoyment. Dre Day, what a classic song and video.