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January 19, 2015
Kanye West Debuts His adidas Collection
After a 45 minute delay, Kanye West debuted his adidas collection today and PRAISE YEEZUS IT’S BETTER THAN ANYTHING KANYE HAS EVER CREATED. The show, attended by the entire Kardashian-Jenner klan, Jay Z and Beyonce, Justin Bieber, Rihanna and Anna Wintour, also streamed at select theaters worldwide. Here’s the first ever commercial for the Yeezy Boosts.
It also appears that the soundtrack to ‘Ye’s show was a track from his forthcoming album called, “Wolves” featuring Vic Mensa and Sia. SIA?! YES.
Facebook Now Allows Users To Will Their Page To Someone Once They’ve Passed Away
Remember that awkward moment when an already RIP’ed Joan Rivers sent an automated Facebook update out promoting the iPhone 5? Well, the platform is doing away with statuses sent from the grave with their new “legacy contact” feature which will allow users to choose which family member or friend can maintain your page once you’ve passed away. There’s no need to cringe over the sketchy shit your legacy contact may find on your page because luckily, private messages will be blocked. They can respond to friend requests, change profile and cover images and post updates to the page. (Via: HuffPo)
“Hot Dudes Reading” Is The Latest Viral Instagram Account
The latest trend in creeper camera shots? Taking pictures of good looking men engrossed in literature on the subway. I’m serious. I’m also very happy with this. “Hot Dudes Reading” launched about two weeks ago, but has already surpassed over 160k, largely thanks to “Reading Rainbow” and damn good genetics. (Via: Instagram)
Obama Teams Up With Buzzfeed For A New Health Care Video
The magical moment in the newly released, “Things Everybody Does, but Doesn’t Talk About” video is when Obama nails a Jay Z reference.
Lil Kim Releases Anthem Trap Queens Deserve
Did you ask for another Fetty Wap remix? I didn’t either, but too bad! Lil Kim just released “Trap Queen”, and while I wouldn’t necessarily call the track clocking in at a little over one minute a solid single (lol) or comeback track (lololol) the production from Tony Fadd is on 100000000. The heavy auto-tune? Not so tough. But hey, at least it’s not another cheap Nicki Minaj diss track.