Madonna is still feeling some type of way about Drake looking less-than-thrilled about her Coachella slob-down a few weeks back. While fielding fan questions during a Saturday night U-Stream, Madonna touched on the subject of THAT KISS a few times — shading Drake as much as possible over what she said was something he “begged” her to do.
Around the 2:15 mark, Madonna answers what she calls the “million dollar question.”
“Is Drake a good Kisser? I kissed a girl, and I liked it.”
But, she wasn’t done there. She also threw Drake’s name into a totally unrelated question. At the 7:59 mark, when another fan asked what advice she would give her younger self, she replied:
“Don’t kiss Drake no matter how many times he begs you to.”
SMH. Why is she still on this? Everyone had pretty much forgotten the whole incident…but now it appears that Madge has drawn the ire of OVO enthusiasts with time on their hands and a flair for Instagram trolling:
Let’s see how long it takes before Drake responds…
Chris Brown may be in trouble again and a late night basketball game maybe the reason. According to TMZ, a the 3 a.m. basketball game turned into fight between Brown and his opponent. Las Vegas police named the singer as a suspect for battery after he allegedly punched another man during the late night basketball game. Thisis50 are reporting that Jeremih was involved in the altercation, but there’s no official confirmation.
Brown’s publicist Nicole Perna sent in the following statement denying involvement in the confrontation.
“Chris is currently in Las Vegas as he is performing at Drai’s on May 5th and receiving a Key to the Strip that day as well,” Perna said in a statement. “He has a suite at the hotel that has a basketball court and invited friends to come play. An unruly individual showed up uninvited and was removed from the premises. Chris was not in an altercation with this person.”
The alleged victim was reportedly treated for injuries at Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center and released. Gerrick Kennedy, a writer for the Los Angeles Times, tweeted excerpts from a Las Vegas Police Department release.
“A verbal altercation on the court led to a physical fight and the victim was punched by another male subject,” LVMPD says in release.
Phil Jones set up Ashley Fletcher for Manchester United’s only goal in the win over Southampton, firing the Red Devils back to the top of the Group 1 standings of the 2014-15 Under-21 Premier League season.
Liverpool had briefly taken over the top spot with a 2-1 win over Leicester City, but the Mancunians restored order by winning their evening match as well. And with Chelsea also emerging victorious from their clash with Fulham, all Group 1 title candidates did what they were supposed to do on Monday.
Here is the full schedule for this week:
Here are the current U21 Premier League standings:
Jones, Andreas Pereira and Adnan Januzaj all started for Manchester United, but it was Fletcher who emerged as the hero of the day with his goal in the 17th minute. He quickly reacted to Jones’ header, which bounced off the crossbar, to give the hosts a lead they would never relinquish, per the club’s official Twitter account:
Sam Gallagher believed he had equalised for the Saints, but the referee called it back for offside. And he was unlucky not to see his late effort go in, as it clipped the crossbar instead.
There was more drama in store for the visitors when Jake Hesketh suffered the same fate just minutes later. The Red Devils survived Southampton’s challenge by the skin of their teeth, but it was good enough to regain first place.
Liverpool had overtaken the Red Devils earlier in the day by beating Leicester City 2-1, per the club’s official Twitter account:
The Foxes had taken the lead through Joe Davis and dominated the first half, continuing their excellent late-season form. But the Reds rallied in the second half, with Daniel Cleary and Cameron Brannagan turning the one-goal deficit into a 2-1 win.
Liverpool and United both still have two matches left on their schedule, and the difference between the two clubs is currently just two points. The Reds’ next challenge will be a difficult trip to London to face Chelsea.
The Blues sit four points behind Liverpool but still have two matches in hand, and they comfortably beat Fulham 3-1 on Monday. Dominic Solanke was once again the big man for Chelsea with two goals, per the club’s official Twitter account:
Charly Musonda also managed to get himself on the scoresheet, while Australian striker Adam Taggart scored for the hosts.
Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur served up a true spectacle for the fans in attendance, going back and forth for 90 minutes in a 3-3 draw. Harry Winks thought he had won the match for Spurs by scoring late in the second half, but Jorginho managed to salvage a point for the Citizens.
Alex Iwobi scored the only goal in Arsenal’s 1-0 win over Brighton and Hove Albion, pushing the Gunners back into the top four of the Group 2 standings.
Middlesbrough and Reading, who are in the middle of a fierce battle for the Group 2 title, won’t be in action during the midweek fixtures.
The photo contest is back and the latest theme is something we’ve been seeing plenty of these last couple of weeks: Clouds. We’ve had a few events to travel to of late so our own viewpoint has always been from above, but the sometimes white fluffy things in the sky can make for some dramatic, artistic, downright awesome looking photos.
So, let’s see what you’ve got! But first, let’s see who won the previous contest.
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