The internet exploded last Friday when we learned that Russell Wilson and Ciara had gotten engaged. After having dated for nearly two years, the couple is finally ready to make it official. We’ve all been sitting around, watching their every move, wondering when Russell was going to pop the question. The two had been practicing celibacy, and the truth is, we all wondered when they’d give in to the sin of the flesh. As far as we know, there hasn’t been any skin to skin action. Now, they’re happily celebrating their engagement. And boooy it’s really pissing the F*ckboys of America off.
So I fell in love with Marshawn Lynch of the Seattle Seahawks last year when he basically told everybody to kiss his ass. His thing was, look, I already put my body on the line every day for you people, why should I have to talk when I don’t want to? And I feel him. That’s not everybody’s “thing” you know? Eventually, Lynch started to rack up fines and ultimately agreed to talk to the press, usually still saying very little. “I’m just here so I won’t get fined”, was one of his epic responses at the height of all of this. And now, some branding/marketing genius over at Pepsi has come up with a commercial specifically for Mr. Marshawn Lynch, himself. I don’t know about you guys, but I think they should’ve saved this one for the Super Bowl.
Damn. Y’all get on my nerves. Every time I turn around, I gotta make a public service announcement because y’all don’t know how to act. Every time I open up my Twitter or Instagram app, I see some ol’ raggedy baby daddy complaining about how much time Baby Future has been spending with Ciara’s new boo thang Russell Wilson. But here’s the thing–y’all need to have a seat.
Get ready, get ready, get ready! The popular HBO series Entourage will be hitting the big screen in the form of a MOVIE in less than two weeks, and Entourage fans all over the world are about to lose it. Hell, if you weren’t already an Entourage fan, you will be before this thing is over.
Marshawn Lynch has been known to to be extremely private and has made an effort to steer clear of the media at all costs. The Seahawks running back was recently fined $100,000 for stiffing the media. Today, at a press conference held for Super Bowl Media Day, after answering all of his questions with the witty and downright hilarious response, “I’m just here so I won’t get fined” TheOnion.com wrote a story stating that Lynch surprised the crowd by giving a 45 minute speech about privacy in the 21st century. After reading the speech, I couldn’t help but wish it were true.