Future disses Russell Wilson
As we all know, Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons advanced to the NFC Championship game after defeating our Seattle Seahawks all while Atlanta native Future looked on from the sidelines. Future, the rapper, has a son with Ciara, Russell’s new wife. Future “loves his Falcons and QB Matt Ryan'” — that’s fine, but you know what Future did? He sent multiple Matt Ryan jerseys in several sizes to his little son! Snap!
Fiona Apple has pulled no punches when it comes to her stance on Donald Trump. Last year the singer shared the not-so-Christmas tune, “Trump’s Nuts Roasting on an Open Fire” and performed it at a Standing Rock benefit. Now, the artist has a new anti-Trump track that she co-wrote with composer Michael Whalen. The lyrics are simple: “We don’t want your tiny hands/ anywhere near our underpants.”
“Tiny Hands,” was penned for the Women’s March on Washington, which will take place in Washington, D.C. on January 21, the day after Presidential-elect Donald Trump’s Inauguration. Sister events will take place around the country. Currently there are over 600 marches planned around the globe, with over one million participants registered to walk in solidarity. Listen to “Tiny Hands: Here:
In their new lyric video for “Troubled Times, Green Day uses images of Trump and his trademark phrase Make America Great Again against him by changing it to Make America Hate Again among others. The video pits images of Martin Luther King Jr. against those of Trump and does it’s best to show the disparity between the two powerful figures. Director, Manu Viqueira, also pairs Trump with images of KKK members, bombs, guns, the end of equal rights for women and well, everything he could find to paint the President-Elect as a tyrant and proliferator of hate. Green Day have never been ones to shy away from making a statement. Enjoy the polarizing lyric video below.
PETA is calling for a boycott of the upcoming family movie ‘A Dog’s Purpose’ after TMZ released video of a German Shepherd allegedly being forced into water during filming. The video, made in November 2015, shows a trainer pushing the dog into a pool fitted with motors to simulate a whitewater river. PETA issued a statement this week saying, “PETA is calling on dog lovers to boycott the film in order to send the message that dogs and other animals should be treated humanely, not as movie props.” But Amblin Entertainment said yesterday that the dog, named Hercules, had “several days of rehearsal of the water scenes to ensure [he] was comfortable with all of the stunts.” The production company insists that the dog was not forced to complete the scene, and that shooting resumed when he was comfortable. (Read more from PEOPLE)