High Ridin’ is the latest play by James Hogan on at the King’s Head Theatre in Islington. Teenager Robbie travels to the North to find a job and a new life. Ex-bouncer Stan, just out of prison, gives him a lift. But not to the North. Instead, he takes charge and speeds off the motorway to a deserted house on the moors. But Ronnie doesn’t get exactly what he was looking for when he finds Stan has “More morals than Mary Poppins”.The play itself is confused. I came away unsure as to what writer James Hogan wanted the audience to get out of it. The characters were relatable, with the scenes written naturalistically and having some very witty lines - most notably ‘“I got two GCSEs.” “What in? Wankin ‘n’ chillin?”’. However, when watching the play, it didn’t feel like there was much at stake nor much of a character arc, making the audience feel like we’ve not gone on enough of a journey. On top of this, the mini montage at the end sits uncomfortably with the naturalistic style of the rest of the play.Award winning director Peter Darney stages the play well, balancing the space and making the most of the effective and detailed design by Fin Redshaw. Tom Michael Blyth leads the show well as Stan, standing out with a convincing performance showing tenderness behind the hard exterior of his character. His co-stars Linda Beckett (Ivy) and Chi-Cho Tche (Ronnie) do a good job bringing their characters to life. However some of the acting felt over-rehearsed, with a couple of moments lacking in spontaneity and consequently feeling forced.High Ridin’ was accompanied by a competent lighting and sound team of Sherry Coenen and Nicola Chang respectively, although from both there were moments that didn’t sit comfortably. With the lighting design there was a painting lit when on the wall, but it never seemed integral enough to the plot to have such a noticeable light on it. From sound design I felt a couple of sound effects weren’t subtle enough to create the full naturalism desired, and a couple of transition changes felt out of place with the play. That said, both had moments of genius that perfectly enhanced the mood of the piece subtlety.Overall I would say High Ridin’ is a play with a good heart in a warm and friendly venue, but just misses the mark.Review by Ben Everett RileyRating: ★★★Seat: E6 | Price of Ticket: £20.50
September 17, 2018
Following last year’s record-breaking pantomime run which saw over 50,000 festive theatregoers pass through its doors, Woking’s New Victoria Theatrehave announced that the legendary Paul Chuckle will be joining the cast and starring alongsideStrictly Come Dancing’sCraig Revel Horwood inthis year’s must-see Fairy Godmother of all pantomimes, Cinderella, from Friday 7 December. Paul Chuckle will play Cinderella’s father, Baron Hardup, making his New Victoria Theatre debut. Best known as one half of the legendary Chuckle Brothers, Cinderellamarks Paul’s first pantomime following the sad passing of his brother and co-star Barry earlier this year. The much-loved duo were known to generations of children for their popular prime-time children’s television show Chucklevision, of which more than 290 episodes were made. The series proved to be so successful that in 2008 BAFTA presented Paul and Barry with an award for ‘services to British children’s television’.Paul said: “I’d like to thank everybody for their amazingly kind outpouring of love and support following the loss of our dear friend and my amazing brother, Barry. Panto was a huge part of our lives for over 50 years and I know Barry would want and expect the show to go on so I’m very happy to be starring in Cinderella in Woking this Christmas alongside our good friend Craig Revel Horwood. The three of us had a fantastic time doing panto together last year and Craig and I are looking forward to going out there, getting started and doing this year’s panto in loving memory of Barry.”During the mid-nineties Paul and Barry also recorded three series of their own TV game show and have toured the UK extensively, even releasing a charity single with Tinchy Stryder and performed in over 50 pantomimes at major venues across the UK every Christmas. Cinderella will reunite him with Craig Revel Horwood having starred together in pantomime for producers Qdos Entertainmentin Southampton last year where they won rave reviews for their performance. Joining them as Buttons will be comedian, magician and actor Phil Butlerand West End star Sophie Isaacs as Cinderella, who is currently starring in the hit-musical Heathersat the Theatre Royal Haymarket. Starring alongside them will be Suzie Chard and Wendy Somerville as Cinderella’s very vicious sisters and Oliver Savile, star of the hit musical Wicked as Prince Charming. This year’s unmissable family show will be packed with all of the ingredients New Victoria audiences have come to expect from Surrey’s biggest pantomime; lots of laughter, stunning costumes and sets, spectacular song and dance and quality entertainment for all ages, brought magically to life by Qdos Entertainment, the world’s biggest pantomime producer and the team behind the theatre’s annual pantomime.Audiences shall go to the ball this Christmas as Cinderellatransforms from rags to riches, outwits her Wicked Stepmother and Sisters, and with the help of her hilarious friend Buttons and one very magical Fairy Godmother, wins the heart of the dashing Prince Charming. With tickets selling fast, audiences shouldn’t wait any longer to book their tickets for Cinderella, the Fairy Godmother of all pantomimes. The clock is ticking…book your tickets to the Ball today!
September 17, 2018
Tiffany Haddish wasn’t the only person on the receiving end of a verbal assault from Katt Williams on Friday’s (Sep. 14) “Frank and Wanda In The Morning” radio show. The Emmy Award-winning comedian also went in on one of the show’s hosts, Wanda Smith.SEE ALSO: It all started when Wanda threw shade at Katt Williams’ hair. “Your hair is kinda…” she said before bursting into laughter. Katt, however, was clearly not amused, as he kicked off a roasting session that lasted at least two minutes while her co-hosts laughed hysterically in the background.Katt Williams roasted the hell outta this radio host who tried to slick dis him ???? — Tariq Nasheed (@tariqnasheed) Katt Williams: “My hair is 19 inches long and I have no perm. Oops.”Wanda Smith: “You don’t? That’s not a perm?”Katt: “No, it is is not, nice lady. Come run one of your gnarled fingers … while you’re on air, so they can hear you lie.”Wanda: “Come over here.”Katt: “No, no, no… that’s now that works.”Wanda: “Oh, OK, well then stay over there.”Katt: “Don’t worry, ain’t nobody puttin’ their hands through yours.”Wanda: “That’s right, they don’t have to. I don’t want them to. Get on out of here! You OK?”Katt: “Only one of our hair is moving while we talk.”Wanda: “Are you alright this morning?”Katt: “Tell Wanda to take off them headphones and that wig. That wig and them headphones go together?”And that was just the first minute! He also called her “The Black Lane Bryant” and told her that he was “not the one” to go back-and-forth with. He also said: “If you can’t get your blood pressure down, you can’t calm me down. Your cholesterol is 600 … You probably shouldn’t talk about sizes. Youg big on the radio.”Wanda responded saying that he was “big in prison,” and Katt clapped back letting her know that he’s never been to prison, only jail (and there is a difference). “19 felonies, no convictions, knock it off, prison and jail is not the same,” he said.“Only one of us has $12 worth of jewelry on,” the comedy veteran added. “If you wanna have Wanda’s jewelry, please go to Citgo or QuikTrip at any point.”The clip, which has gone viral on Twitter, ends there, so we don’t know what else he said, but those first two minutes were more than enough. “I watched the whole interview. He didn’t let up. Straight slaughterhouse,” a Twitter user wrote in the video’s comments. is a post from:
September 16, 2018
Following their controversial endorsement of Colin Kaepernick, Nike stocks closed at a record high on Friday (Sep. 14) of $83.49 per share—the company’s sixth straight day of closing all-time highs.This follows a number of Nike “fans” destroying their gear after the brand unveiled Kaepernick as the face of their popular “Just Do It” campaign.Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything. — Colin Kaepernick (@Kaepernick7) The day after Nike released the ad featuring Kaepernick, Nike’s stocks fell to $79.60, prompting media outlets to report that investors weren’t happy about the promotion. However, 10 days later, the naysayers were proven wrong as the stock has risen 5% since announcing the marketing partnership.Fortune reports:Kaepernick took a knee while the national anthem played during a football game in 2016, protesting the way some police officers treated African-Americans. Donald Trump has kept the controversy at full boil with his on the subject, calling it an insult to the flag.Before the endorsement deal, Nike had largely been quiet on the NFL controversy. But the “Just Do It” campaign shows it’s those who kneel.By some metrics, that move may have tarnished Nike’s brand. A survey this week of 8,000 Americans showed that Nike’s favorability ratings in the wake of the Kaepernick announcement. But another metric showed that Nike’s online revenue following its endorsement deal with Kaepernick.Swooshes cut out of socks won’t hurt Nike sales, although the gesture may indicate a willingness by some consumers to avoid Nike products. If anything, however, the overall takeaway from the controversy seems to have been a positive for Nike. The Kaepernick ad campaign not only revives Nike’s classic “Just Do It” motto, but is also inspiring a new generation of consumers to support Nike’s brand.An analyst at Wedbush that Nike had gained about 170,000 new followers on its Instagram account, mostly among Millennial and Generation Z males. The campaign is engaging those consumers “in a way that is authentic, culturally relevant, experiential and emotionally engaging,” Wedbush said.On Sept. 20, Nike will hold its annual , which may create an opportunity for the company’s supporters and critics alike to speak their minds. Five days later, Nike its latest quarterly earnings, which will give a clearer indication of whether its Kaepernick campaign has impacted, one way or the other, on its financial health.In the words of NeNe Leakes… “BLOOP!” is a post from:
September 16, 2018
The feud between Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly just took an odd turn. Actor Gabriel “G-Rod” Rodriguez says he was physically assaulted by MGK’s bodyguards after he confronted the rapper over his beef with Eminem.LISTEN: of Rodriguez approaching Kelly at a bar in Atlanta on Friday (Sep 14). The video shows Rodriguez walking up to the rapper and repeatedly called him a “p***y.”G-Rod’s exact words: “I’m gonna say it because it has to be said, you’re a p***y for going for family!” He told TMZ he was especially upset with MGK because he’s a husband and a father of three.Apparently, the 40-year-old actor—who has appeared in shows like Power, Ozark, Ballers and NCIS—was none too pleased with MGK sparking the Eminem beef by calling the rap vet’s daughter Hailie hot years ago.Right before the video ends, MGK appears to shove G-Rod and turn the phone away. G-Rod told TMZ that five of Kelly’s bodyguards got involved after the video stopped recording, and that’s when MGK “suddenly got tough and started challenging him.” G-Rod says the bar’s manager immediately sided with MGK and kicked him out.Two hours later, when the actor was walking towards his hotel, which was right across the street from the bar, he noticed MGK and his crew hanging outside their tour bus, and another verbal confrontation ensued. Cops intervened, which pissed Kelly off even more, and he started cussing at the officer, calling him a “p***y” and a “pig.”G-Rod says the officer didn’t do anything, which pissed him off. He said he told the cop that if a black or Latino person had acted that way towards an officer, they would immediately be tased or worse.The cops left, but G-Rod and MGK’s confrontation spilled into the hotel lobby. G-Rod said that he offered to fight MGK and his bodyguards one-by-one if they wanted to fight, but instead, the bodyguards all jumped him at once.The whole thing was captured on surveillance video. Cops who watched the footage saw one bodyguard slam G-Rod and then three others joined in and started punching him and kicking him in the face. G-Rod says MGK stood by and watched as his bodyguards beat him up. G-Rod was treated at a nearby hospital for facial injuries. Police are reportedly investigating the incident.G-Rod told TMZ he’s already hired a lawyer and plans to file a lawsuit against MGK, but he says he’ll call it off “if we both sign waivers and meet in an octagon and go man-to-man without goons or weapons.”“#MGK P***Y!! Jump me with your 5 goons I’m still standing you F***ING PUSSY! @machinegunkelly” he wrote on a video on his Instagram story (above). “You’re still a little p***y, real men fight one-on-one, they don’t send their f***ing goons to fight for them. Fucking p***y, I’m still standing,” he said in the clip.Machine Gun Kelly has yet to comment on the alleged altercation, which happened the day ‘s “Rap Devil” diss track with his own diss track called “Killshot.” is a post from:
September 15, 2018
Give the internet enough time and it will meme the hell out of ANYTHING.This past May, a white woman calling the police on a group of black people for BBQing at a park became a hilarious meme. In June, during the 2018 NBA Finals, J.R. Smith costing the Cavs Game 1 (and ultimately the entire series) against the Warriors sparked a bunch of memes. And the month of July was filled with memes of Cardi B telling everyone what her “momma said.”Now, the latest meme that’s taking over social media is various versions of Rolf from the early 2000’s Cartoon Network show Ed, Edd n Eddy looking out the window with all kinds of random thoughts going through his head.Though the origin of the Rolf “staring out the window” memes is unclear, social media is going wild over it. The always chill-less internet has turned Rolf into a bitter baby mama, fast food workers taking orders at the drive-thru window, Fantasia, David Ruffin of the Temptations, and more.Honestly, there are so many Rolf memes floating around the internet that we’ve lost count at this point.Poor Rolf! He became like 200 different people these past two weeks. — Auntie Tavia ???? (@Octavia_Simone1) Check out some of the best ones below:When you pull up at the Wendy’s drive-thru and all you want is a 4 for $4:When you find out that dude with felony charges snitched his way out of jail again:When you find out your baby daddy has a new girlfriend:When you’re David Ruffin and you know ain’t nobody coming to see Otis:When you’re Fantasia and you want your man to just go ahead and free himself:When you Catfish your friend because they called you a fat a** Kelly Price:When you see that Rent-A-Center truck parked in your driveway:When you’re Travis Scott and Stormi is still “light-skinneded” as hell:When you think you’re a tough guy and can fight anybody:When you try to tone your thug image down hoping the judge gives you probation:When you’re a strong black woman who knows her worth:When you work at Chick-fil-A vs. working at McDonald’s:When you work at McDonald’s and have to tell customers for the 1 billionth time the ice cream machine is down:When you’re an usher at a black church:When you’re waiting for Hurricane Florence:When you’re Snoop Dogg in “Baby Boy”:When you’re Smokey from “Friday”:When you’re Joe Budden and don’t like to see young rappers having fun:When you’re every damn body:When you snitch on your weed man after he raises the prices on you:when you watching your plug get arrested coincidentally after telling you the prices went up — nope (@LilNasX) Meet “Young Rolf,” Young Dolph’s twin brother:Niggas turned Rolf into Young Dolph, I hate y’all forreal — Lip Gallagher (@tonestradamus) When you’re tired of being memed to death:How Rolf lookin at all the memes of him “Look how they do the son of a shepherd” — Lamar Jackson fan account (@1R0TIMI) is a post from:
September 15, 2018
Floyd Mayweather wants a rematch with Manny Pacquiao.The undefeated boxing champ, whose record is 50-0, says he is coming out of retirement to fight Pacquiao for a nine-figure sum in December.Mayweather, after running into Pacquiao Saturday (Sep. 15) in Japan announced the news via Instagram just moments ago: “I’m coming back to fight Manny Pacquiao this year another 9 figure pay day on the way.”Mayweather’s last “comeback” boxing match was in August 2017 when he beat the crap out of UFC fighter Conor McGregor, winning the 12-round match in 10 rounds with a TKO. Mayweather reportedly brought home $300 million for that fight, which recorded the second highest pay-per-view buy rate in history with 4.6 million purchases.Mayweather fought Pacquiao in 2015 after going back and forth with him for years. That fight lasted for 12 rounds, with Mayweather winning by unanimous decision (two judges scored it 116 to 112 and the third scored it 118-110).Even though the Mayweather vs. Pacquiao fight was considered to be one of the most anticipated sporting events in history, it was largely considered a letdown by audiences and critics alike.Mayweather agreed, two years later while on a press tour for the McGregor fight that he felt like he owed boxing fans for the disappointing match against Pacquiao.“I’ve talked about this before: I feel like I owe the fans since me and Pacquiao didn’t give the fans a blockbuster,” he said. is a post from:
September 15, 2018
Tonight, ABC’s 20/20 will be covering the tragic death of 16-year-old Central High School student Emma Walker who was shot in her sleep by her ex-boyfriend William Riley Gaul in November 2016.Emma was a very popular and well-liked cheerleader at her school, while Gaul was a top student, who was a bit on the nerdy side, but was also a football player and enjoyed video games.Following Emma’s death, Gaul tried to cover up his involvement in the case until he revealed too much information to his close friends, who were able to help authorities find him guilty of her murder.Here’s what you need to know about Emma Walker, Riley Gau, and Emma’s 2016 murder.Riley Gaul was liked by Emma Walker’s parents.Emma Walker’s parents didn’t think much of their daughter’s relationship with Riley Gaul. They saw Gaul as a good kid and never deemed him as a threat to their daughter.“Boy next door. He came in very polite, very nice in the beginning. He was very likable,” Emma’s mother Jill Walker said.Her father Mark Walker said they even allowed them to spend quite a good bit of time together.“I thought he was a very nice looking young man, well-mannered,” Mr. Walker said. “We would let them have some supervised visitation… He could come over to the house… they would meet up after football games… to eat, and things like that.”Emma’s friends noticed Riley was very controlling over her.At first, Emma’s friends thought Riley was just a shy guy, but after a while, they begin noticing his controlling ways.“[Gaul], he didn’t really talk to us, her friends, a lot. But I was just like, ‘Oh he’s shy’… it just seemed normal,” One of Walker’s closest friends, Keegan Lyle said. “But then, after a while, was when we got kind of concerned.”“He became kind of controlling over her, what she did, her activities,” she continued.Another one of Emma’s friends Lauren Hutton said Riley became clingy over Emma and wanted her all to himself.“He got more possessive and more clingy towards her, and wouldn’t let her do certain things,” Hutton said.As the relationship progressed, Emma’s parents started to notice red flags in their relationship as well. Emma’s mother Jill Walker said after the two had been dating for a while, Riley began to dictate to her daughter on what clothing she could and could not wear, so much to the point that she questioned her daughter about how he was treating her.Mrs. Walker said things really took a turn for the worse when Riley started waiting outside of Emma’s job at the supermarket for hours. “He would just wait outside for hours,” she said.Even Emma’s friends recalled the two having huge fights over social media and text messages, and were known as the couple to break up and makeup all the time.But what really became concerning to Emma’s mother, and would affect any parent, was when Riley began referring to their daughter as being dead in a Snapchat message, which she said Riley later tried to make seem like he posted the message out of anger.“We, on one occasion, saw one that said I’ll see your name in the obituary. He wrote that to her, and we questioned him about it… and he said, ‘I was just angry.’ … and that’s when I started to get many more red flags,” Jill said.Emma’s parents went to wake her up one morning and found her dead. On a Monday morning in November 2016, Walker’s parents followed their regular routine of waking their daughter up for school, but this time only to find her unresponsive.“I went in there to wake her up, which it’s usually very easy to wake her up. And said her name, didn’t hear anything. Bumped her leg, didn’t hear anything. Then, looked at her face and realized, and checked for a pulse and couldn’t find anything. I don’t remember a whole lot from that. I know I called 911,” Jill said during her interview with ABC News’ “20/20.”When police arrived on the scene, they found a bullet hole in the wall of her room and they also discovered two bullets had been fired into the room. Emma had been shot in the head with a 9mm handgun, one bullet striking her behind her left ear and the other lodged in her pillow.Riley Gaul instantly became a suspect in the case. Knox County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Allen Merritt, the lead detective in the case, told “20/20″ that everyone kept naming Riley as the person of interest.“Everybody kept giving us the name Riley Gaul, because of their relationship, because they had seen the way that Riley had treated her, the way he’d talk to her,” Merrit said.Walker had also recently ended her relationship with Gaul, but he was still contacting her after she broke things off. Gaul had also started acting very strangely over them parting ways and Emma was determined this time not to take him back.Days leading up to Walker’s death, she received an anonymous text saying that Gaul was kidnapped.Before being shot to death, Emma was sent text messages telling her that Riley was kidnapped and that she would have to cooperate in order for him not to be hurt.“Go to your car with your keys,” the text read. “I’ve got someone you love. If you don’t comply I will hurt him. We have him now,” one of the messages read.“If you don’t care about him anymore then it shouldn’t bother you. Call the police, and he dies. Your choice… If you’d like to hear his final screams, give me a call. He’s in a ditch beside [the] house. It’s a shame you can all of a sudden not value someone’s life,” read another text she received.Emma was suspicious Riley was behind the text messages the whole time, and shortly after receiving the messages, she found him in a ditch outside her friend’s home. The next morning, an unknown man dressed in black showed up to her home banging on her door, and less than 48 hours later, she was found dead.A friend of Riley’s later confirmed he was the man dressed in black.The bullets in the gun that killed Emma matched a gun that was owned by Riley’s grandfather.The same weekend Emma was killed, Riley’s friend Alex McCarty said Riley confided in him that he had stolen his grandfather’s gun for protection and that someone was out to get him and Emma.“He ended up telling me that he was so fearful for his life that he had stolen his grandfather’s gun, and he showed it to me,” McCarty said. “I held it in my hand that night.”“I was very worried. He reassured me over and over again that he was the farthest thing from suicidal,” McCarty continued. “He was just so scared of these people who were out to get him, were out to get Emma.”McCarty and others told detectives about the gun Gaul had and how he feared people were out to get him. After speaking with Knox County Sheriff’s Office detectives, Gaul denied ever showing McCarty his grandfather’s gun and later question McCarty on why he told authorities about the gun.Gaul also tried to convince McCarty and friends to not speak to the police anymore and told them he was going to get rid of the gun, which finally led them to believe that he was responsible for Emma’s murder.“He was like, ‘The only thing we can do is I’ll just have to get rid of it. I have to get rid of the gun in order for me not to get pinned for something that I didn’t do, in order for me not to go to jail for something that I didn’t do, I have to get rid of this weapon,’” said McCarty. “That’s when I knew, like, he did it.”Gaul’s friends offered to help police find the murder weapon.McCarty and another one of Gaul’s friends Noah Walton both knew if they could help authorities find the gun Gaul had in his possession it would easily identify Gaul as the murder suspect. The shell casings at the murder scene were from a 9mm handgun, which matched the same gun Gaul showed them he stole from his grandfather.Authorities warned the two men of the dangers and concerns of trying to help find the murder weapon, but the two were all in.“Those two young men contacted us and asked if they could help us get what they believed to be the murder weapon back,” Knox County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Allen Merrit told ’20/20.’ Obviously, there’s concerns for their safety. We went over all that with them and they were still adamant, very adamant that they wanted to do this. They understood the dangers and the concerns, but they wanted to do it.”In order to make the mission successful, detectives wired the two teens up with microphones, a transmitter where police could listen in, and a video camera hidden in a key fob, and planned out a sting operation to recover the potential murder weapon.McCarty and Walton invited Gaul over to play video games to get some information out of him, but instead of getting a confession, Gaul denied killing Emma and tried to get his friends to tell authorities they were on LSD and alcohol and did not give accurate information when they spoke to authorities.“He basically wanted to nullify all our previous statements by saying we were under the influence and we didn’t know what we were talking about,” said Walton. “I was like, ‘Okay, sure, bro, my bad. I didn’t know I was going to get you in trouble.’”Gaul then decided to go by his grandfather’s house along with McCarty and Walton to get the gun and dispose of it at the Bluffs, a wooded area by the Tennessee River. Gaul went inside his grandfather’s house and came out with a black bag with the gun inside, but was hesitant to show them McCarty and Walton the gun.Eventually, Gaul showed them the gun and through a code word they were able to notify the police who were waiting on standby the whole time.Cops arrived at the scene and arrested Gaul, who was freaking out about getting caught.“He’s just freaking out. He’s swearing left and right. He says, ‘I can’t go to jail. I can’t go to jail,’” recalled Walton.Riley Gaul was hit with several charges for the murder of Emma Walker. After being arrested and somewhere near 30 witnesses testifying against him, Gaul was charged with first-degree murder, stalking, theft, reckless endangerment and being in possession of a firearm during a dangerous felony. He was also sentenced to life in prison.Gaul’s attorney argued in court that he had never meant to kill Emma Walker, but had fired the gun to try to scare her and get her attention. He also said Gaul denies being the mysterious “man dressed in black” who was on Walker’s doorstep.“He never intended to cause her harm, never intended to cause her death,” Wesley Stone, Gaul’s attorney told ’20/20′ in his first ever interview. “It’s been in his heart. It’s been in his mind. It’s been in just everything about him. Every day for the rest of his life, wherever that may be, he will have to live with that reality.”Riley apologized to Emma’s parents, but still acts like the whole situation was accidental. “I’m sorry I took Emma away from you, that I robbed you of the experience of watching your daughter grow up,” Riley told Emma’s parents in court. “What I can do is tell the truth about that night… I wanted to scare her… I never meant to take Emma’s life. Again I am sorry.”Meanwhile, his friends think his sentencing was more than fair.“Take a life, give a life. It’s exactly what he deserves, honestly,” said McCarty. is a post from:
September 15, 2018
Rihanna’s muse Slick Woods stole the show Wednesday (Sep. 12) when she strutted down the runway for Ri’s Savage X Fenty Fashion Show, not just because of her fierce look at nine months pregnant, but because of what happened after she went backstage at the New York Fashion Week event.:It went down Wednesday night at the Savage X Fenty show in Brooklyn, NY. Slick Woods was super pregnant as she rocked black pasties and lingerie with cutouts … along with nude-colored, thigh-high pantyhose.The crowd loved it, but just as the 22-year-old walked backstage, we’re told she went into labor. We’re told paramedics showed up to help Slick along. She was taken to the nearest hospital.Slick later took to Instagram to share the announcement of her son’s birth, and she also revealed that she was actually in labor while walking the lingerie runway show.“This is the face of a WOMAN IN LABOR,” she wrote. “We hold shit down most of us don’t even know how much we’re going through, I’m here to say I CAN DO WHATEVER THE F*** I WANT WHENEVER THE F*** I WANT AND SO CAN YOU.”Though Woods hasn’t confirmed the baby’s name, the model previously revealed that she planned to go with the name Saphir in an . The boy’s father, Adonis Bosso, is also a model.A huge congrats goes out to Slick Woods for her epic runway walk and the birth of her new son! is a post from:
September 15, 2018
Mac Miller was reportedly dead for several hours before someone discovered his body in the bedroom of his Los Angeles home and 911 was called.When cops and paramedics arrived at the rapper’s home last Friday (Sep. 7), they determined that the Pittsburgh rapper had been dead long before they got there, l.According to the gossip site, Mac’s friends were at his house partying the night before his death, and they stayed there until the early hours of Friday morning. Miller’s body was found Friday around noon.The 26-year-old rapper died of a suspected overdose and was pronounced dead at the scene. Police found a small amount of white powder when they searched the home, TMZ reported, adding that the house was possibly “swept clean” to hide any evidence of drug use.A cause of death for Mac has yet to officially be determined. An autopsy has been performed and his body has been released to his family, however, a cause of death won’t be announced until after toxicology test results come back, which take anywhere from four to six weeks. is a post from:
September 14, 2018