Eminem, in the valiant fight to maintain relevancy, released an album titled Kamikaze on August 31. On the album, he calls out a number of rappers on various songs: Joe Budden, Lord Jamar, Lil Pump, Lil Xan, Machine Gun Kelly (MGK), Tech N9ne, Vince Staples, Tyler the Creator, and Earl Sweatshirt. (He also targets …
A semi-spicy dudefight has emerged between two basic-ass white male rappers, for god knows what reason.
On Monday, Carson Kressley of the original Queer Eye for the Straight Guy (he was the fashion gent—for you Netflix newbies, that’s the Tan France of the OG group) said some accidentally shady shit to Variety about the beloved remake. While attending a party in Los Angeles, celebrating 70 years of the Emmys he said:
Nothing was the same after Tyrese sarcastically congratulated Dwayne Johnson for getting a Fast & Furious spinoff. They haven’t spoken to each other since, and Tyrese now feels like maybe he shouldn’t have said some of the sentences he said out loud about it.
Julian Fellowes, creator of Downton Abbey, really loves The Crown. Truly! He just wonders whether perhaps it might be strictly, absolutely fair to Prince Philip. (He would.)
Zedd, a producer and DJ who is partially responsible for that song “The Middle,” is also partially responsible for my favorite thing so far this week: a dude fight about who owns the soul of EDM, or something.
The Bad Man: a relatively common species, though his attributes vary widely. His face ranges in color from apricot to a burnished sort of pink. He weighs anywhere from .075 to .15 tons, and can go days without a vegetable. Particularly in the summer season, some Bad Men are so drawn towards conflict that they will…
For months, Tyrese has screamed into the ether about why Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is singlehandedly ruining the Fast & Furious franchise. The universe seems to have heard Tyrese’s cries, at least in part, because Johnson says he is “not quite sure” he’ll participate in the ninth installment. What hath Tyrese wrought?
The president of the United States and the former vice president of the United States want to fight each other, that much is certain. What remains unclear is when this fight will take place.
I hear it’s cold.
Hell is a long, hard look at that puckered little mouth.
An “absolutely toxic co-worker,” “singularly dishonest,” “smarmy,” and a “sociopath”: these are just a few of the ways that Senator Al Franken describes Senator Ted Cruz in his new book, Al Franken: Giant of the Senate.
In the early 2000s, Ryan Adams was that scruffy singer-songwriter hanging around the East Village and dating Parker Posey. Around this same time, Gideon Yago was the slightly nerdy babe hosting the political coverage on-air for MTV. If you are the type of person who gets excited about NYC rock minutiae from 2002, you…
After a Fox News appearance during which former Real World cast member and current Wisconsin congressman Sean Duffy called state capitol Madison a “progressive, liberal, communist community,” Duffy and Madison Mayor Paul Soglin—taking a break from displacing the city’s homeless population—have gotten into a…
Mountain biking enthusiast Gary Johnson is having a tough election season, what with that Syria boo-boo and his running mate suggesting folks might want to go ahead and vote for someone else. The Guardian’s Paul Lewis successfully located and rode Johnson’s last nerve, causing Johnson to demand, rather shoutily, “Why…
Attendees at Wednesday night’s Saint Pablo tour in Seattle got to experience a Kanye rant in person, when the artist went off on Jay Z from his floating platform.
Even in their 60s and onward, men aren’t ashamed to reminisce about a good old-fashioned dude fight from back in the day. Such is the case with Phil Collins, who used to and still does have animosity toward one Paul McCartney.