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Meek Mill Crashes Nicki Minaj Memorial Day Party At LIV Miami

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Miami saw this sunday another edition of the legendary hip hop version of the Memorial Day Weekend. LIV Nightclub on Sunday was a straight movie as Nicki Minaj, Birdman and many more artists all came out to celebrate it with a bang.

Nicki and Birdman partied upstairs in the VIP section of LIV while Meek Mill, who was hosting his own party in another club decided to come and crash at Nicky’s.

considering the break-up was pretty cringe, it comes as a suprise that meek showed up at the party … but there was no VIP for the dream chasers … the party was downstairs for the philly rapper as he wasn’t invited to join his ex girlfriend.

Regardless, the DeeJay span his tracks and it sincerely didn’t seem to bother him to stay on the lower level. No word on if the pair spoke or greeted each other – but  we can’t imagine too much was said. This awkward encounter comes however just a few weeks after Nas and Nicki shared a very cosy pic of them snuggling and looking very …very … very comfortable.

Other clubgoers included Jason Derulo, Yo Gotti and Jim Jones who were hosting with Meek the party at story Miami, Adrien Broner and interrestingly Mack Maine and Cortez Bryant attended the party without the Young Money CEO.
The good news is — everyone had a great time and the party didn’t turn ugly.

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Michael Jordan and Jordan Brand Pledge $100 Million To Fight Social Injustice

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Michael Jordan and Jordan Brand have pledged $100,000,000 USD over the next decade in support of black communities. Following in the footsteps of Nike, Inc’s $40,000,000 USD donation — split between the Swoosh, the Jumpman, and Converse — Jordan’s funds will go to organizations that ensure racial equality and social justice as well as help provide greater access to education for underprivileged children.

The President of Jordan Brand, Craig Williams, said in an statement:



“Through our Jordan Wings Program, we have been focused on providing access to education, mentorship and opportunity for Black youth facing the obstacles of systemic racism. But we know we can do more. In addition to the investment from NIKE Inc., we are announcing a joint commitment from Michael Jordan and Jordan Brand to donate $100 million over the next 10 years. We must join forces with the community, government and civic leaders to create a lasting impact together. There is still more work for us to do to drive real impact for the Black community. We embrace the responsibility.”

You might also like: How Does Supreme’s Ostensible Demarketing Strategy Works ?!Apart from Williams’ quote and Michael Jordan’s statement on George Floyd’s death earlier this week, Jordan Brand also made an official announcement, which can be viewed in its entirety below.

Jordan Brand is us, the Black Community.

Jordan Brand is more than one man. It has always been a family. We represent a proud family that has overcome obstacles, fought against discrimination in communities worldwide and that works every day to erase the stain of racism and the damage of injustice. The will, the work, the excellence the world has come to know is the result of one generation after another, pouring their dreams into the next.

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Did You Know You Can Buy a Giant Psyduck Plush Pokemon

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Following the release of life-sized Pikachu and Meowth plushes, the official Pokémon merch store, Pokémon Center, is now selling a 1:1 scale Psyduck plush.

Standing 80 cm in height and weighing over 4 kg, the incredibly large soft toy is an accurate representation of the iconic Pokémon that resembles a duck or bipedal platypus. Captured in its signature yellow, the plush features three thick strands of hair, a cream-colored beak and webbed feet, along with stubby legs and tails. As usual, the plush also shows Psyduck bracing its head with vacant eyes as a result of its stunning headache.



Priced at ¥30,800 JPY (approximately $281 USD), the 1:1 scale Psyduck plush is available now exclusively from the Pokémon Center.

You might also like: How Does Supreme’s Ostensible Demarketing Strategy Works ?!In case you missed it, “The Isle of Armor/The Crown Tundra” Pokémon Sword/Shield expansion is releasing this month.

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Yung Lean to Donate All Streaming Royalties and Merch Profits to BLM

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After dropping his fourth studio album Starz in May, Swedish cloud rap pioneer Yung Lean has announced that he’ll be donating all his streaming royalties and merchandise profits to #BlackLivesMatter and bailout funds for the foreseeable future.

In a multi-slide Instagram post teeming with emotion, the rapper born Jonatan Leandoer Håstad acknowledged that as a child growing up in Stockholm, Sweden, all his “heroes were Black American musicians.” He then goes on to directly state his disgust for racism and acknowledge his white privilege, quipping “I’m disgusted by any person who looks like me who thinks anyone with a different skin color’s life is worth less,” and “I know my [white] privilege, and anyone who has privilege should use it to help others who don’t.”



Lean then pleads for his followers to join in the fight against inequality, and ends his statement by saying that all his merch and stream royalties will be donated to social justice-centric causes for “the foreseeable future.”

You might also like: How Does Supreme’s Ostensible Demarketing Strategy Works ?!See Lean’s original post in full directly below, and for more music news check out Talib Kweli‘s interview with Jimmy Fallon — in which the rapper discusses activism, protesting systemic racism and the ever-present problems presented by Donald Trump.

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