Here’s How to Buy Nike’s All-New Shox Gravity

Brand: Nike

Model: Shox Gravity

Key Features: Mesh and knit construction, Nike Shox tooling, Flywire cables, cinch lacing system, foam cushioning

Release Date: January 12

Price: $140 USD

Buy: Nike

Editor’s Notes: After getting a look at the sneaker, we now know that Nike will usher in the return of Shox with the all-new Shox Gravity next week.

The shoe is in turn highlighted by its cinch lacing system, while also boasting Flywire cables and of course, the brand’s patented Shox tooling.

You can look forward to the Shox sneaker landing at authorized Swoosh providers January 12. For more on the Shox Gravity, follow here.

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Pakistan PM calls US aid ‘insignificant’ as Trump threatens to cut it off

Shahid Khaqan Abbasi says Pakistan is a leader in fighting terror after Trump warns he could withhold funding over country’s ‘lies and deceit’

Pakistan’s prime minister, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, has declared himself mystified by US threats to cut off funding, saying that US financial assistance was “very, very insignificant” and that Pakistan was “on the forefront of the war on terror”.

In an interview with the Guardian, Abbasi said that reports that the US was considering cuts of up to $2bn in security assistance were bewildering because the total aid Pakistan – civilian and military – actually received was a tiny fraction of that amount.

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JAY-Z & Beyoncé’s “Family Feud” Video Is Now on YouTube

Just last week, JAY-Z unleashed a star-studded clip for 4:44 track, “Family Feud.” Now after being available for viewing exclusively on TIDAL, the video has made its way to YouTube for the rest of the world to see.

Again, the “Family Feud” aesthetic stars JAY and Beyoncé alongside daughter Blue Ivy, as we witness the legendary rapper engaging in a confessional. In addition to the Carter family, the visual welcomes cameos from the likes of Omari Hardwick, Michael B. Jordan, Rosario Dawson, Rashida Jones, Niecy Nash and more.

“Family Feud” was directed by Ava DuVernay and scored by Flying Lotus.

Press play above to check it out.

For more music, watch Justin Timberlake’s new ‘Man of the Woods’ visual for “Filthy.”

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Nissan’s B2V system will let you drive with your brain

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Nissan’s new take on semi-autonomous driving will allow drivers to steer the car, accelerate, and stop with just the use of their brain waves. Nissan claims the system will allow the driver to have a better interaction with the vehicle. Nissan is set to debut its headgear at CES in 2018. For more coverage of CES 2018 head over to https://www.autoblog.com/tag/ces+2018/

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Scott Disick Got ‘Insanely Jealous’ When Sofia Richie Said Hi To Former Flame Lewis Hamilton!

Kourtney Kardashian is somewhere laughing her ass off…

As first reported by Page Six, on New Year’s Eve, Scott Disick and Sofia Richie were “party hopping” in Aspen, Colorado when they ran into the 19-year-old’s former fling Lewis Hamilton, who was playing a game of pool with oil heir Brandon Davis.

Related: Sofia Richie Is Apparently Paying Scott Disick’s Bills!

Though they were “never a couple,” the socialite and the British racing driver “liked spending time together.” An E! News source explains:

“[They] were never exclusive. Lewis thought she was a cool girl… Lewis and Sofia are still good friends. They are all adults.”

Unfortunately, Lord Disick wasn’t too happy about the exchange, and totally “lost it”! A second insider revealed:

“Scott got frustrated that they ran into Lewis over the weekend, and that it was unexpected… He doesn’t like surprises and reacts aggressively in situations like that. This isn’t the first time that Scott has lost it for a minute.”

Fortunately, Nicole Richie‘s sister “knows how to handle him” and was able to “calm him down.” Luckily, the new couple are doing well, and know how to quickly squash their beefs.

“Everything is fine between the two now… They will get in small fights and are over it within a few minutes. Sofia is definitely a good match for him because she understands him and puts up with his behavior in moments like this.”

According to a different source, the KUWTK star has jealousy issues, and “has trouble controlling his emotions.” No really??

“Scott gets insanely jealous of all kinds of things and has trouble controlling his emotions… He overreacted and got upset over Sofia saying hello to Lewis. He had no problem letting Sofia know he didn’t like it. She handled it very maturely and tried to respect his feelings. She knows how to deal with Scott and diffused the situation.”

In response to the drama, Hamilton’s lawyer told Page Six:

“Although Mr. Hamilton was in Aspen for the holiday, there was no jealousy, no fight, and no issue; rather, as Ms. Richie has herself confirmed, there was a perfectly friendly, polite exchange and any claim to the contrary is simply false.”

Oh, Scotty…

[Image via Scott Disick/Instagram/JRP/WENN.]