Lil B didn’t just sit back and watch the Warriors get bullied by Shaquille O’Neal. The East Bay rapper/producer issued a warning to Shaq, seemingly over the Basketball Hall of Famer’s feud with Warriors big man JaVale McGee: Stop, or be cursed. Lil B, through his alter ego The Based God, has previously leveled curses against Kevin Durant — which he lifted after KD signed with the Warriors — and James Harden. Lil B, an Oakland product who burst onto the musical scene with the Bay Area group The Pack, is a vocal supporter of Golden State. (The Harden curse goes back to the Rockets star using a dance move Lil B claims he created without crediting the rapper.) So add Lil B, an Oakland product who
Rory McIlroy on Friday defended his decision to play a round of golf with US President Donald Trump. McIlroy was one of several people to play golf with Trump at Trump International in Florida last Sunday. McIlroy said the round of golf did not necessarily mean he supports Trump, but rather respects the office of the president and took him up on the offer.
Winston saying girls should be “silent” and boys should be “strong” is a reminder of how harmful gender stereotypes can be. During an appearance at Melrose Elementary in St. Petersburg, Fla., Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston told a classroom full of elementary school girls they’re supposed to be “silent.” It was jarring, but sadly not surprising, to read the inherently sexist comments Winston made while speaking to these children. "But the ladies, they're supposed to be silent, polite, gentle,” Winston said, according to the Tampa Bay Times.