Snoop Dogg has revealed time and again how much he loves football, and the former high school player has passed on his athletic gifts to his children. Snoop and one of his sons, a rising college prospect, are the focus of an upcoming ESPN reality series.
Friday night (December 12), Nicki Minaj took her talents to the sports program of all sports programs, ESPN’s Sportscenter, where she appeared alongside host Kenny Mayne.
Following a comedic exchange with Royce Da 5’9″, ESPN’s Highly Questionable provided its second entertaining Hip-Hop moment of the week, this time with Wheel of Fortune host Pat Sajak.
The recent appearance of NBA and NFL players wearing “#ICantBreathe” shirts in honor of Eric Garner, while calling attention to police accountability, has been generally welcomed. However, a CBS analyst took aim at Kobe Bryant for joining in via Twitter which prompted ESPN’s Keith Olbermann to defend the peaceful protests.
Promoting the PRhyme album, the rap half of the duo, Royce Da 5’9″ appeared on ESPN’s Highly Questionable, where he discussed a bunch of random topics.
The Real Puff Daddy made a memorable appearance on ESPN’s Highly Questionable yesterday, October 21, where he dropped plenty of not-so-subtle clues that he has a milfy famous friend with benefits.
Skip Bayless made the mistake of thinking out loud on national television, and the result was pure struggle. According to the ESPN analyst’s logic, Kobe Bryant’s rape case helped the NBA star sell more sneakers. Oh.
The search to find out which New York Knicks player The Notorious B.I.G. referenced on his Life After Death cut “I Got a Story to Tell” continues. John Starks refused to dime out one of his former teammates during an appearance on ESPN’s Highly Questionable, but diligent hosts Bomani Jones and Dan Le Batard revisited the topic with The […]
Grantland boss and ESPN analyst Bill Simmons has been one of Roger Goodell’s biggest critics in the wake of the NFL’s domestic violence issues. (“I don’t trust him to organize a fast-food order at this point.”)
Ray Rice dragging his now wife out of an elevator can really do things to a person’s mind. The first thought should be shock, the second appears to be “What did she do to deserve that?”
Despite getting an online Twitter petition is his honor in the wake of his suspension for controversial comments on domestic violence, Stephen A. Smith is taking his punishment like a man and taking that solitary walk of struggle.
The View‘s Whoopi Goldberg weighed in on the recent comments made by ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith regarding the Ray Rice domestic dispute case. Goldberg seemingly supported Smith’s thoughts, which he has since apologized for, adding that women shouldn’t hit anyone.