The WNBA champion and two-time Olympic gold medalist’s best chance of getting home is now in the hands of the U.S. government.
Memphis Grizzlies point guard Ja Morant is well-known for talking that big talk on and off the court, but that doesn’t mean new outlets get to misquote the NBA star and make it sound like he’s disrespecting arguably the greatest basketball player of all time.
Simone Biles, the most decorated gymnast in history, has been tapped to be Time Magazine's Athlete of the Year for 2021. The honor was announced on Thursday, with an accompanying profile detailing her journey of declining to compete in gymnastics events at the Tokyo Olympics, elevating the conversation about prioritizing mental health and wellness.
Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson told Freddie Gibbs on his podcast that he'd be open to fighting one of the Paul brothers in an exhibition match, saying that there would be an audience to shell out money to see it.
Cedric Ceballos, the former small forward for the Los Angeles Lakers and the Phoenix Suns, shared that he's currently in the ICU battling COVID-19 via social media this past Tuesday.
According to published reports, Mayweather was at a Miami press conference promoting a June 6 fight at Hard Rock Stadium in Florida with Paul’s also-controversial older brother Logan Paul, when the contentious YouTuber grabbed the boxing legend’s hat and taunted him in a playground-Esque manner by saying, “Gotcha hat!”
According to published reports, the production team of the Colin Kaepernick production has had to increase security after threats of protests on site from the domestic terrorist group, Proud Boys. Executives on the project reportedly sent an email to the staff with measures to protect the cast and crew.
On Wednesday (Oct. 7) the former NFL star turned activist detailed his desire for the country, while also giving a clear idea of what true criminal justice reform looks like to him in his latest essay for LEVEL. Kaepernick points out the need for the system of policing to abolished, along with the eradication of the prison system noting the current U.S. police system has "roots in white supremacy and anti-Blackness."
NBA star Russell Westbrook has stepped into the arena of films by announcing that he is producing a series centered around the 1921 Tulsa race riots. On Tuesday (Jun 9), the Houston Rocket guard announced via Variety that he was executive producing the series, titled "Terror In Tulsa: The Rise And Fall Of Black Wall Street" in collaboration with documentary filmmaker Stanley Nelson and the production company Blackfin.
Lil Wayne may have boarded the cancel express, but his latest apology tour is solidifying him staying there. On Friday (Jun 6) on Weezy's TuneChi Radio show on Apple Music, the Young Money captain featured special guests, Killer Mike, Snoop Dogg, and Bun B alongside the mayor of D.C., Muriel Bowser, along with hoopers Chris Paul and Stephen Jackson to discuss the current state of our social climate and the importance of protesting.
Chef, entrepreneur, wife, and mom Ayesha Curry took some time out during quarantine to shed a few pounds, but not everyone is happy about how she chose to show it off. On Sunday (May 24), Ayesha Curry took to Instagram to show off a smoking new body that left a few fans sweating. In a picture taken by her NBA superstar husband, Steph Curry, Ayesha posted a picture of herself in a form-fitting bikini with the caption, "Took me long enough."
NFL players Deandre Baker and Quinton Dunbar currently stand accused of robbing a cookout. However, despite the rumors, the authorities are not in possession of any footage of the alleged incident.