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“Let em see the Coat”

October 31, 2009


When John Legend performed “The National Anthem” for the world games series, everyone on the social network was goshing about one and only thing,his peacot wich after many investigations appears to be one from the italian designer Gucci.Immediatly, i browsed through their website and was forced to acknowledge to coat there looking like the one John Legend was wearing.The only pictures i could have is a closed-up sent by a loyal reader.Stay tuned..

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John Legend Performs The National Anthem (Live At The World Series 2009 Game 2)

October 30, 2009

Nice, with a classic light but impactful touch of LEGEND….Very thoughtful..not a show off version. I felt it John! This man could sing the alphabet and make it sound sexy, thanks for sharing your beautiful voice.Besides being The best version of our National Anthem ever, there’s another reason why  i published the segment : “The awesome black Peacoat” .I’m digging it so hard that I sent John a tweet asking him more informations about the designer.Unfortunately, John was on the plane on his way to the Bermuda Music Festival according to one of his tweets.Stay tuned

John Legend’s reponse ” For those who were asking about my pea coat last night, it was Gucci. Thanks Gucci!”

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Op Ed : Magic has lost his luster with beef against Isiah

October 29, 2009


As a rabid fan of 1980s NBA basketball, I was saddened to read last week that the friendship between Magic Johnson and Isiah Thomas has evaporated and that Johnson has devoted a portion of his latest book “When the Game was Ours,” written with Larry Bird, to trash Thomas.

Once he learned about the book, Thomas simply said he had no idea that Johnson felt that way. However, even though Thomas has taken the high road, it’s still being reported as him “feuding” with Johnson. I can’t help but feel that Thomas’ fate was sealed in 1987, when he made the comment that Larry Bird “is a very, very good basketball player. He’s an exceptional talent…” before adding, “but I have to agree with [Dennis] Rodman. If he were black, he’d be just another good guy”.

That was 1987, the era of Reagonomics. For a black athlete to call America’s racial double standard into question back then took a degree of courage. Prior to that statement, Thomas was viewed as a golden boy in the same way that Larry Bird, Magic Johnson and Michael Jordan were. After that statement, however, he was never seen in the same light again.

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Celebs At The Lakers Game

October 28, 2009

Los Angeles Clippers v Los Angeles Lakers

Actors Charlize Theron and Stuart Townsend watch the season opening game between the Los Angeles Clippers and the Los Angeles Lakers at Staples Center on October 27, 2009 in Los Angeles, California

Among them were -beside the Kardashian sisters- many A-list celebrities such as Billionnaire David Geffen, Heather Locklear,Jack Wagner,Jack Nicholson,David Katzenberg, Nicky Hilton,David Beckham


Pic of the Day

October 28, 2009

NBL Rd 6 - Tigers v Blaze

Ayinde Ubaka #3 of the Blaze is challenged by his opponents during the round six NBL match between the Melbourne Tigers and the Gold Coast Blaze at State Netball Hockey Centre on October 28, 2009 in Melbourne, Australia.


Dr Dre Says F*ck Rush Limbaugh

October 26, 2009

The paparazzi caught up with Hip-Hop mogul Dr. Dre on the streets of Hollywood this weekend.He say’s he is happy that Ron Artest in on the Lakers, the Detox album is coming and F*ck Rush Limbaugh !

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In Pictures

October 21, 2009

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Anthony Mundine of Australia celebrates winning against Alejandro Gustavo of Argentina during their middleweight fight at the Silverdome on October 21, 2009 in Launceston, Australia.


Italy’s answer to Vogue: “Kobe Bryant bellisimo”

October 19, 2009


L’Uomo Vogue  – the very cutting edge of men’s style and high fashion – lists basketball star Kobe Bryant as a contemporary icon in their October 2009 issue.

Kobe Bryant is a character that you hear for years and, on closer look, since he started until now its been over a decade,yet even he had proved to have what it takes to become great.Kobe, however, was already 17 years in the NBA, the Charlotte Hornets before moving to the Los Angeles Lakers, where he still plays and where he has just won the last championship.But there are only superstar: the beauty of working with newcomers is the ability to gamble on talents that are starting to talk about themselves or who have children stories that no one has heard.The purpose of a cover like this is to broaden the horizons of curious readers, who believe that behind the star of the cover there are characters equally talented.

Kobe Bryant (Boss Orange jacket, shirt and bow tie, Boss Black. Fashion editor Rushka Bergman. Photos by Mark Seliger).

Kobe Bryant : The Most Polarizing Figure in Sports


PR damage control:Michael Vick to do BET TV series

October 8, 2009


I just want people to really get to know me as an individual,” Vick told the Los Angeles Times. “What I want to do is change the perception of me. I am a human being. I’ve made some mistakes in the past, and I wish it had never happened. But it’s not about how you fall, but about how you pick yourself up.

Meanwhile, PETA spokesman Dan Shannon is furious she told the times : “People who abuse animals don’t deserve to be rewarded,”. “They shouldn’t be given multimillion-dollar contracts . . . or given the privilege of being a role model.”