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YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Desert Sage” Surfaces With Reflective Stripe

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Following a first look, we now have a closer look at the reflective stripe found on the adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Desert Sage.”

The upcoming colorway features a tonal sage green Primeknit upper accented by a reflective woven post-dyed monofilament side stripe running along the center portion of the lateral side. Drawing from the color elements associated with MA-1 bomber jackets, the shoe features matching weaved laces and a contrasting orange sockliner. Elevating the shoe is a matching encapsulated full-length BOOST sole unit with a gum rubber outsole segment.

Rumored to be priced at $220 USD, the adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Desert Sage” is set to release sometime Spring 2020 and take a closer look at the reflective stripe below.

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Kobe Bryant Dies in Helicopter Crash

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Kobe Bryant, the Los Angeles Lakers superstar who won five championships with the team and was often compared to Michael Jordan, died Sunday in a helicopter crash. He was 41.

Officials confirm to Variety that Bryant was a passenger on board a helicopter that crashed in the Los Angeles County suburb of Calabasas.

TMZ first reported the news.

Bryant was allegedly traveling in his own private helicopter when it crashed. At least three other people were killed.

Investigators are trying to determine the cause of the crash.

An 18-time NBA All-Star, Bryant was widely considered to be one of the greatest basketball players of all-time. He was voted the NBA’s Most Valuable Player in 2008 and went on to win two gold medals with the USA Men’s Basketball team in 2008 and 2012.

In 2018, Bryant won an Academy Award for his short film, “Dear Basketball.”

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Colby Covington Attends Miami Heat Game Alongside Lil Pump

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Covington suffered his first defeat since 2015 when he was TKO’d by Kamaru Usman in the fifth round of their back-and-forth welterweight title fight at UFC 245 earlier this month.

“Chaos” has not been active on social media much since but in a recent Instagram story, he was seen courtside at Miami Heat game along with rapper Lil Pump.

Covington was in good spirits and looked healthy overall other than a stitch below his right eye. If you recall, Covington notably suffered a broken jaw during his fight with Usman.

But that doesn’t appear to be a problem anymore based on the Instagram story, at least.

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When it coms to returning to the Octagon, Covington is itching to compete again according to his manager and American Top Team owner Dan Lambert:

“He is a 10 out of 10 as far as what I would hope his mindset would be after a fight like that,” Lambert said. “He wants to get right back in. He wants to get right back into training. He wants to get back into training as soon as he’s ready health wise. He wants to get back and prove that he’s the best.”

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XXXTentacion’s Mother Countersues “Look At Me” Producer

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The mother of the late rapper XXXTentacion has filed a countersuit against a music producer and former friend of the rapper who is suing his estate for $2 million.

The original lawsuit was filed by producer Duval, whose real name is Jimmy Duval. He filed the suit in conjunction with Stache Records, believing that he did not receive royalties owed to him on songs he and the rapper recorded together, nor did he receive proper songwriting and producing credit.

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In the countersuit, the rapper’s mother Cleopatra Bernard is asking the court not only to dismiss the claims of Duval but also to provide her attorney fees. She insists that the royalties that Duval are claiming were given to an artist named Mala, who successfully argued that he was the copyright owner of the song in question.

She further says that the credit aspect of the lawsuit is based on a misunderstand Duval has of how the music business operates.

In her filing, Bernard says:

“Defendants also allege that Duval did not receive an appropriate producer credit for his production work on the Recording. However, Defendants’ claim reveals a complete lack of understanding as to the music industry’s current mechanism for attributing producer credits. It is undisputed that the Recording was only released digitally. It is well known that, up until very recently, the vast majority of digital content providers, such as Apple Music, Spotify, Pandora, SoundCloud, etc., did not have a mechanism by which producers could be credited.”

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