Check out this funny parody video featuring Melvin Gregg and King Bach. The two social media stars poke fun of D’angelo Russell’s secret video tape of Nick Young!
Sources told ESPN.com that some teammates’ trust in Russell is eroding after a video surfaced in the past week that shows Russell recording a private conversation between himself and teammate Nick Young. Young does not appear to realize he is being taped.
In the video, Russell asks Young at one point, “You was 30 and she was 19?” referencing Young’s age and the age of another woman that Young said that he met in a nightclub.
“What about Amber Rose?” Russell later says, mentioning another celebrity.
“No, she knows my girl,” Young is recorded as saying.
Later in the conversation, while apparently still recording, Russell is heard telling Young, “I’m glad you told my video all that.”
“Huh?” Young says, turning his face toward Russell before the video cuts off.
Fat Joe and Remy Ma have unleashed the video for “All the Way Up.” Be on the look out for their collaborative album Plata o Plomos.
When a celebrity does something foolish, people on the outside looking in say the celeb only has yes-men around them and nobody to check them for poor decisions.
Floyd Mayweather decided to comment on Adrien Broner throwing money in Walmart.
BT: Did you hear about the latest video that AB posted?
FM: I think fighters hurt themselves sometimes. Someone showed me the clip of Adrien Broner the other day. He was in Walmart and what was so crazy about the video when I looked at it, it kind of hurt my feelings. The person gave him his change back, I guess he had bought something and he threw the money or the change up in the air like, “Why are you giving me change back? You don’t know who I am?” Actually, a lot of people in the store didn’t know who he was. They was looking like, “Who are you?” And then, it’s so crazy, if you’re at such a high status and you reached a certain level, you’re supposed to have people going to Walmart for you. You go to places like Walmart to save money. Of course you got to realize this, he’s still young and he’s still learning, but before you know it, it’s going to be too late. I mean, I didn’t really understand it. At the end of the day, he’s hurting himself; he’s not helping himself. He has a lot to learn. He has a lot to learn.
Here’s how Adrien decided to take Floyd’s advice.
Adrien Broner claps back at Floyd Mayweather, telling the champ to “stop talking bad about me bro.”
Broner hit back at Money’s comments in a four-minute video he posted on YouTube, in which he made reference to Mayweather’s history of domestic violence.