PostedSep 16, 2015
Kanye West's YEEZY Season 2 Lewks Are Familiar...
Kanye West's Yeezy Season 2 fashion show mostly featured the same exact pieces from Yeezy Season 1—neutrals, leggings, drapey gear, Cool Teen™ models— except this time North West was in a much better mood.
During the final bow, Ye debuted a track featuring Ty Dolla $ign and your problematic fave, Post Malone. OKAY, BUT WHERE IS THE CDQ OF "WOLVES"?
New Beyoncé Music Is Coming!
Yonce slayed the Made In America stage, then appeared on the cover of 'Flaunt' which means that obviously, queen Bey is gearing up to slay our souls with new jams. Today, British producer Naughty Boy hit the 'Gram and released a snippet of an untitled track he's working on with Mrs. Carter, captioning the preview "31 hours." 31 hours until the Beyhive erupts!!! (via: Naughty Boy)
President Obama Stands With Ahmed
President Obama tweeted in support of Ahmed Mohamed, a 14-year-old Irving Texas high school freshman who was racially profiled when teachers accused him of bringing a "hoax bomb" to McArthur High School. The Muslim student was arrested, and taken out of school in cuffs over the so-called "bomb", which actually wound up being a homemade clock, according to The Dallas Morning News. Under the #IStandWithAhmed hashtag, supporters are blasting the school district and Irving police. (via: Twitter/The Dallas Morning News)
Jeb Bush Has Some 'Splainin' To Do
These presidential candidates just can't seem to get it right. Trump's got misogyny on the tongue, Huckabee's got gay-basher Kim Davis on his team, and Jeb Bush...he's got a lotta 'splainin to do. Some of his campaign managers are about to get fired today after it was revealed that Bush's latest 'Murica video was shot in England and China. Not a big deal, really, but when you're a Republican preaching Made In The USA everything, this misstep is akin to treason. For more from the "other side," check out the Republican debate tonight on CNN.
"The Splat" Is Your New Favorite TV Channel
Rejoice '90s kids. Nickelodeon is dedicating an entire channel to classic shows we grew up on including 'Doug', 'Rugrats', 'Hey Arnold!' and others. The Splat will hit TV screens in October. #Blessed (via: Variety)
PostedSep 16, 2015