The Internet Reacts to Kanye West's 'Famous' Music Video
On Friday night, Kanye West revealed the visual for "Famous" in front of an audience of thousands at The L.A. Forum, and many more sitting at home watching the live feed of the event on Tidal. (Complex News)
LeBron James is only 31, so he still has a lot of life left in his NBA career. His new $100 million contract will likely keep him in Cleveland with the Cavaliers for the next three seasons, and once that contract is over, there's a good chance he'll sign another one for another few years (and maybe bring the "Brotherhood" together when he does it?).
SMOKEABLES: The Quickest Way to Make Cannabis Dabs
Dabbing has become a super popular way to smoke weed over the past few years, but wax or cannabis concentrate is not always the easiest thing to come by. However you can make it yourself at home with just some parchment paper, some weed & a flat iron, Watch as Abdullah shows us how. (VICE)
Ellen Degeneres Accused of Racism Over Usain Bolt Pic
Ellen DeGeneres is receiving widespread backlash from several people on social media after she tweeted a photo of herself being piggybacked by Usain Bolt on the now-famous photo of himself smiling while leading his competition in the Olympic 100m semifinals. (Complex News)
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Kevin Durant & the Warriors: Everything You Need To Know
Kevin Durant, undoubtedly this offseason's most sought after NBA free agent, has made his "decision" official. He posted a letter on The Players' Tribune on Monday morning and announced he is leaving the Thunder and signing with the Golden State Warriors. (Complex News)
Ryan Lochte Apologizes for Lying About Robbery in Rio
Ryan Lochte may have gotten out of Rio de Janeiro just in time on Wednesday and avoided a thorough police investigation into the report he filed on Sunday after he claimed he was robbed at gunpoint during a night out, but the three teammates who were with him at the time of the alleged robbery weren't so lucky. (Complex News)
'The Decision': Don't Compare Kevin Durant & LeBron James
It was the perfect storm, really, one we likely won't see again until-er, maybe next summer. The best (regular season) team in NBA history, the 73-9 Warriors, with an open roster spot, the salary cap shooting up from $70 to $94 million, and the perfect Warriors-style player, a 6'11" sharpshooter by the name of Kevin Durant, entering free agency at the peak of his prime. (Complex News)