In support of this year’s NFL draft, a few of the league’s upcoming picks get a boost thanks to 50 and his latest single, “We Up”. The first round picks go down April 25 at Radio Music Hall in NY.
49ers WR Michael Crabtree may have been the star during their 45-31 win over the Packers yesterday. But after closing out the game, 2 Chainz was the highlight of the NFL Network post-game chat. Security!
It's true to say that we have ups an downs in our lifetimes!being able to get interviewed by@LilTunechi is a blessing!—
Randy Moss (@RandyMoss) November 10, 2012
Before today’s kick-off, Dwayne interviewed 49ers receiver Randy Moss on ESPN’s NFL Countdown. They discussed trash talking, coming out of retirement and advice from former player, Cris Carter.
Before the NFL finished up week 6 on Sunday, Curtis joined FOX’s NFL Pre-Game show and shared some of his words of encouragement for the players.
Prior to the NFL season’s opener between the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants, Mi Mi, Rozay and Meek performed their track in NYC for the Kickoff Show on NBC. Get ‘em G-Men.
With the NFL Playoffs underway, GQ caught up with Eminem for his picks. Joe Budden and Marshall’s manager Paul Rosenberg also weighed in.
GQ: You and Ray Lewis—the way you approach your professions, that intensity—I feel like you’re very similar.
Eminem: Ray Lewis, man. That’s a very passionate dude. He’s an animal. He’s the last of a dying breed, really. Obviously, he’s going to the Hall of Fame. He’s fucking iconic. They don’t make them like him anymore. He’s cut from a whole different sort of cloth.
GQ: You’ve mentioned Marcus Allen, Michael Vick, and Ben Roethlisberger in songs before. When can we expect a Tebow lyric?
Eminem: Who knows? A lot of things rhyme with Tebow, though, right?
Up for some Primetime? During Snoop’s 9th annual Snoop Bowl in Dallas earlier this year, Snoop announced Deion Sanders induction to the Hall Of Fame. Deion will be officially inducted during this Saturday’s ceremony in Canton, Ohio.
Lies, tell me sweet lil’ lies. During Birdman’s interview on The Morning After with Angela Yee, the Cash Money CEO said he was awaiting clearance to acquire a stake in the Miami Dolphins football team. Well, The Miami Herald reached out to Dolphins owner, Stephen M. Ross and denied doing any business with the number one Stunna.
“I have NEVER spoken to him or any representative,” Ross said in a statement released by the team. “Not considering or looking for any celebrity limited partners.”
Earlier this year, Birdman was called out by Bloomberg News for lying about his oil company Broland Oil & Gas LLC.