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We not here for the Maroon 5 halftime show, so the good folks at EA Sports decided to provide some real entertainment Atlanta style to properly kickoff Super Bowl week with the #EASportsBowl. Here is how you can watch all of the action.
Announced back in November 2018, the EA Sports Bowl concert will feature performances from Atlanta’s hottest homegrown talent. Hosted by actor and 106 & Park alumni Terrence J and The Breakfast Club’s own Angela Yee fans will be treated to performances from Ludacris, Lil Yachty, Migos, Ciara, Metro Boomin, Lil Jon, 21 Savage and more.
The Livestream goes live at 9:00 PM EST and fans can follow updates by going here and watch the stream by heading to Madden NFL’s official Twitter account. So grab your favorite snacks and beverage and kick up your feet while enjoying the show from the comfort of your warm house. Oh and make sure to engage in the conversation by using #EASportsBowl or #EASB hashtags.
You can watch Ludacris talk about his upcoming performance and reveal a guest performer during his interview with V-103’s Big Tigger below.
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According to media personality Chloe Melas, Drizzy did leave an overly generous tip but just not $20,000.
— Chloe Melas (@Chloe_Melas) January 31, 2019
On Twitter, a social media user spotted Drake and tweeted “Just saw Drake in McDonald’s… crazy. And he gave two female employees $10,000 each… in cash,”. The tweet blew up and publications picked up on it and it was a news article on almost every blog, now it’s revealed to be fake news. (Capital Xtra)
— AJ (@imajnoel) January 26, 2019
This week, Drizzy shared a shot of himself placing an order at McDonald’s.
Nonetheless, this isn’t the first time Drake has made his love for McDonald’s known. Following his concert at The Forum in Inglewood, California on Oct. 17, Drake treated his fans to McDonald’s at his afterparty at Poppy nightclub in West Hollywood. At one point in the night, former Rich Kids of Beverly Hills star EJ Johnson was spotted helping himself to some McNuggets. Guests were also served french fries and cheeseburgers on trays with neon lights in the shape of McDonald’s signature golden arches. (People)
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R&B singer Trey Songz might have just hit the jackpot with Steve Harvey‘s daughter. From getting name-dropped on Meek Mill‘s “Going Bad” song as his ultimate X-Mas wish to slaying on the ‘gram, take a peek at five must-see shots of Lori Harvey.
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Meek Mill had another run-in with cops, but this time they only wanted a photo.
The Philly rapper was in Kingston, Jamaica this week when he was stopped by officers. During his visit, Meek hit the strip club with friends and documented the wild night on Instagram.
While leaving, he and his crew were were pulled over by local authorities, but it turns out he was not in trouble. Instead, they were looking to snap a photo with the hip-hop superstar.
Meek seemed to be in disbelief, but also relieved. “Y’all pulled us over and y’all said ya’ll want a picture?” asked Meek, who filmed the encounter for Instagram. “We scared of police. Y’all gon’ pull us over? We thought we gettin’ locked up.”
Meek was released from prison last April after serving nearly five months following a controversial sentence for violating probation. Since his release, he has become an advocate for criminal justice reform. He recently teamed up with JAY-Z to launch the REFORM Alliance to fight for those who are unjustly under the control of the system.
Meek will return to the U.S. for his “Motivation Tour” next month. The 16-city U.S. trek kicks off Feb. 16 in Miami and travels to Chicago, New York, and Philadelphia, before wrapping March 24 in Atlanta. Additionally, he is set to perform at the NBA All-Star Game on Feb. 17 in Charlotte, N.C.
Offset and Cardi B are back together, according to TMZ, but there are some conditions. The site reports Offset had to change his number and there is a “no groupies” rule going into effect beginning this weekend.
Atlanta rapper 21 Savage is expanding his ventures. The hip-hop superstar hit up social media to show fans a new motorsports collection for clothing giant Forever 21 and Honda.
Sav went to Instagram Thursday (January 31) to give his 9 million followers the ultimate sneak peek.
— SOHH (@sohh) January 31, 2019
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We are pleased to announce our second new collaboration with @Forever21 on an exclusive motorsports collection of vintage-inspired race gear. To celebrate, F21 is giving away a brand new Honda #Grom. Click the link in the bio to find out how you can win. NoPurNec. Ends 2/22/19. US/18+. See rules: https://bit.ly/2SNxkdI #F21xHonda
A few days ago, Sav delivered an epic “A Lot” performance on NBC’s “The Tonight Show.”