Nike Wins Court Battle Against Lil Nas X

Nike Wins Court Battle Against Lil Nas X

Nike has won its court battle against Lil Nas X and his “Satan shoes.”  A U.S. District Court Judge has ruled to block the sale of those “Satan shoes” designed by Lil Nas X and MSCHF that looked a lot like the Nike Air Max97.  According to the court order, the shoes can’t be sold,…

Netflix Lands Kanye West Documentary for $30M

Netflix Lands Kanye West Documentary for $30M

Netflix has landed a multi-part documentary on Kanye West for its streaming platform.  The documentary is 21, yes 21 years in the making and features never-before-seen footage of Yeezy from music video and filmmakers.  A title for the project has been decided. Plans are to release the documentary sometime this year.  If it was up…

Ryan Reynolds Video Game Movie Opens in August

Ryan Reynolds Video Game Movie Opens in August

The Ryan Reynolds video game movie Free Guy has been moved to a new release date.  Disney announced that the movie will be released on August 13.  Because of the pandemic, the film has seen several different release dates, a fact that Reynolds joked about on social media.  In Free Guy, Ryan will play a bank…

Miller Lite Has a Dive Bar Scented Candle

Miller Lite Has a Dive Bar Scented Candle

If you can’t make it to the bar because of COVID restrictions you can at least have your home smell like a bar thanks to the folks at Miller Lite.  The beer brand has just released three limited-edition candles with scents called “Game Day,” Beer Garden,” and  “Dive Bar.”  You’ll be able to experience your favorite…

Taylowr Swift, Cardi B, Billie Eilish And More To Perform At 2021 Grammys

Taylowr Swift, Cardi B, Billie Eilish And More To Perform At 2021 Grammys

Several big names in music have signed on to perform at the forthcoming Grammy Awards.  Some of the performers include Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, Cardi B, Dua Lipa, Megan Thee Stallion, Bad Bunny, Miranda Lambert, John Mayor, DaBaby, Doja Cat, Haim, and BTS.  The Academy states, “Artists will be coming together, while still safely apart,…

Pharrell Williams Opens New Hotel In Miami

Pharrell Williams Opens New Hotel In Miami

Pharrell is expanding his brand by opening a hotel in Miami The Goodtime Hotel will debut in South Beach next month.  The venue was supposed to open earlier, but plans were stalled due to COVID. They have been working on the hotel for the last three years.  While talking about his business, Pharrell said, “The…

Report: No Fans From Abroad For Summer Olympics In Tokyo

Report: No Fans From Abroad For Summer Olympics In Tokyo

It looks like the postponed Tokyo Olympics this summer will take place without any foreign fans in the stands. A government official told a Japanese newspaper on Wednesday that “In the current situation it is impossible to bring in foreign spectators.” Another Olympic official said because of the ongoing pandemic they need to only “focus…

Sonic is Turning Its Slushes into Hard Seltzer Flavors

Sonic is Turning Its Slushes into Hard Seltzer Flavors

Another fighter has entered the Hard Seltzer ring: Sonic Drive-In! The famous chain of drive-ins are taking their popular Slush flavors and re-imagining them as hard seltzers! This means you possible could get your Cherry Limeade, Lemon Berry, and classic Limeade flavors in a 12-pack starting May 1! The seltzers will have around 5% ABV…

Post Malone Hits Up Diner In NY

Post Malone Hits Up Diner In NY

Diners at Poughkeepsie’s Hurricane Grill & Wings got a surprise on Tuesday night (March 2nd) as Post Malone walked in with 15 of his closest buddies for wings and drinks.  Malone made a reservation under a pseudonym and was said to be “super cool” and “nice” to the waitstaff. His party ordered up tons of…

Poll: Most Americans think Teachers Should be Prioritized in Vaccinations

Poll: Most Americans think Teachers Should be Prioritized in Vaccinations

Most U.S. residents think teachers should be vaccinated before returning to class. That’s according to a new poll conducted by Axios-Ipsos, which found 75 percent of Americans think teachers shouldn’t be forced to return to work unless they first receive their shots. The poll also found that 68 percent of the country’s residents plan on…