Tuesday, 4 August 2015

The best feeling in the whole world is
watching things finally fall into place after
watching them fall apart for so long.

Friday, 31 July 2015

Nicki Minaj breaks up with Meek Mill?

With all the back and forth between Meek
Mill and Drake, Nicki has stayed away from
the drama by not saying anything or taking
sides but according to Media Take Out, Meek
Mill's diss track did it for Nicki and she's
done with Meek Mill.
According to MTO..
Just when you thought that Meek Mill's
week couldn't get ANY WORSE . . .
MediaTakeOut.com learned that Nicki
Minaj and Meek have officially decided
to call it QUITS. Nicki reportedly broke it
off with Meek LAST NIGHT. Don't worry
concertgoers . . . they are still of GOOD
TERMS - at least NICKI IS with Meek.
The two plan on FULFILLING the rest of
the tour obligations together. But as for
their relationship . .. . it's a WRAP.
What caused the BREAKUP . . . and why
did it happen LAST NIGHT . . . shortly
after Meek Mill's new diss track
According to one of Nicki's BEST
FRIENDS, "It's complicated. I think they
took their relationship too far, too fast."
Nicki's homie REFUSED to say whether
the Drake WAR had anything to do with
it. But we suspect that IT DID.
You'll recall that MediaTakeOut.com
THE WAR when he learned that Drake
in the past. And it has to be MORE
DUDE . . . just when he's become a
LAUGHING STOCK on social media.

Wrestling legend 'Rowdy' Roddy viper has died at the age of 61

Wrestling legend "Rowdy" Roddy Piper has
died at the age of 61. Piper, born Roderick
George Toombs, died from cardiac arrest in
his sleep at his home in Hollywood on
Thursday night but was discovered on Friday.
Piper had been diagnosed with Hodgkins
Lymphoma in 2006 but last November he
said he was cancer free. Piper was a
wrestling icon one of the biggest stars in the
WWE back in the '80s, and even wrestled in
"Wrestlemania I" back in 1985, squaring off
against Hulk Hogan and Mr. T.
Piper was admitted into the WWE Hall of
Fame back in 2005 and was one of the top
50 villains in the history of the WWE. Piper
had a long relationship with WWE the last
time he last wrestled was back in 2008, but
has appeared on various WWE shows up until
Piper is survived by his wife Kitty and their 4
kids. 3 daughters and son Colton.

Monday, 20 April 2015

What kylie jenner wants in the next ten years

Los Angeles - Kylie Jenner may not be as out
going as her sisters but proves that she pack
just as much punch as they do!
The reality TV star stopped by Teen Vogue to
star on their May cover and this is what went
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star
may be known for her confident persona but
the 17-year-old television personality has
admitted she does find herself feeling low
She told Teen Vogue magazine: "I feel like
I've heard the worst anyone can say about
me over and over every day. So it's like my
self-esteem definitely wasn't good at a point,
I guess?
"But especially having the most beautiful
sisters in the world ... I just try to find what
makes me feel good and be as confident as
okay sisters I see you! On my way ??
A photo posted by Kylizzle (@kyliejenner) on Feb 11, 2015 at 10:24am PST
Despite admitting her stunning siblings can
make her feel a little disheartened about her
own self sometimes, she insists having
sisters is the "best" and says she regularly
relies on them for advice.
She added: "Having sisters is the best. I have
a different relationship with each of them.
"I go to Kim for fashion advice, Khloé is
always boy and family advice and Kourtney
is like another mother to me."
Kylie also revealed she enjoys being an aunt
to Kim's 21-month-old daughter North and
Kourtney's three children, Mason, five,
Penelope, two and Reign, four months and is
looking forward to having children herself one
She said: "It's so fun being an aunt.
"When I look to the far future and decide to
have kids, I need to have a million girls. Ten
years from now - in 2025 - I hope I have a

Ibrahamovic has ban reduced

Paris - Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan
Ibrahimovic on Friday had his four-match
domestic suspension reduced to three games
by the French league.
The league's decision follows a
recommendation from the French Olympic
Committee (CNOSF), to whom PSG had
appealed their case in an attempt to have the
suspension reduced.
The Swedish striker was banned following an
extraordinary outburst after PSG's 3-2 defeat
at Bordeaux last month, when he appeared to
insult a match official as he left the field.
Also Read: PSG looking to bounce back in
French League
And he went on: "In 15 years, I have never
seen such a referee. In this shit country, this
country does not deserve PSG. We are too
good for this country."
Amid a political furore, Ibrahimovic quickly
made a video apology for the comments.
The reduction of his ban means he still
misses Ligue 1 games against Nice, Lille and
Metz but will now be available to feature at
Nantes at the start of next month.
Meanwhile, Marseille's Dimitri Payet also had
his ban reduced from two games to one plus
a further game suspended for now, as
recommended by the CNOSF.
Payet was punished for an outburst at the
end of OM's 0

Villa stuns liverpool, reaches fa cup final

London - Fabian Delph destroyed Steven
Gerrard's hopes of a fairytale Liverpool send-
off by scoring the winner as Aston Villa
reached the FA Cup final with a 2-1 victory
on Sunday.
Liverpool captain Gerrard, who turns 35 on
the day of the final, had hoped to bring down
the curtain on his Anfield career with a third
FA Cup winner's medal, but instead it is Tim
Sherwood's Villa who will tackle holders
Arsenal on May 30.
Philippe Coutinho gave Liverpool the lead at
Wembley with a deflected finish in the 30th
minute, but in-form Villa striker Christian
Benteke equalised six minutes later before
Delph snaffled a 54th-minute winner.
"I'm delighted. We were underdogs, but we
believed we could win it," Sherwood told BT
"The final will be a great occasion. You can't
win this cup with an easy route. If you win it,
you have to beat the best, and Arsenal are
It is 15 years since Villa last reached an FA
Cup final and 58 years since they achieved
the last of their seven successes in the
tournament, but victory was just reward for a
side who have been transformed since
Sherwood succeeded Paul Lambert as
manager on Valentine's Day.
Liverpool, without a trophy since Brendan
Rodgers became manager in 2012, could
have few complaints about the outcome.
And with seven points now separating them
from the Champions League places in the
Premier League, Gerrard's farewell before he
joins the Los Angeles Galaxy would appear to
be the last significant occasion on their
calendar this season.
"You can always lose a game, but you hope
you play well and give yourselves an
opportunity. But we were second-best,"
Rodgers said.
"We looked as if the occasion got to us.
Sometimes you can want to win too much."
Villa's tactic of looking to hit Benteke at the
earliest opportunity quickly forced Liverpool
back and Simon Mignolet was forced to tip
over a shot from Charles N'Zogbia, who was
deputising for the injured Gabriel Agbonlahor.
Mid-way through the first half, both teams
made changes that contributed to the opening
goal, with Jores Okore replacing the injured
Nathan Baker at the back for Villa and
Liverpool reverting to a 4-2-3-1 formation.
Minutes later, Okore's failure to deal with
Jordan Henderson's tame square pass
enabled Raheem Sterling to roll the ball into
the path of the onrushing Coutinho, who stole
into the box and scored via a deflection off
Okore's knee.
Rodgers's tactical switch had brought
immediate dividends, but his side's lead
would not last long.
With Liverpool still readjusting to the new
system, Delph raided into space down Villa's
left and cut the ball back for Benteke to steer
home his ninth goal in seven games.

Liverpool's play was crying out for an
attacking focal point and at half-time
Rodgers sent on Mario Balotelli for Lazar
Markovic, which saw Gerrard repositioned in
front of the back four in another re-shuffle.
But it was Villa's football that bristled with
attacking intent and nine minutes into the
second half they went in front with a neatly
worked goal.
Benteke cantered down the left flank and
back-heeled the ball to Jack Grealish, Villa's
apparently nerveless 19-year-old playmaker,
who rolled a pass into the box for Delph, and
the England man stepped inside Dejan Lovren
before scoring with his right foot.
It should have been 3-1 just after the hour,
but when the ball rolled into Kieran
Richardson's path after Lovren had slid in to
thwart Grealish, the former Manchester
United man miscued his shot.
Gerrard has made a habit of producing
Hollywood endings, but this time the
occasion proved beyond him, with his goal-
bound header cleared off the line by
Richardson four minutes from time.
Liverpool might yet have snatched an
equaliser, but Balotelli saw a goal ruled out
for a marginal offside call and with that,
Gerrard's dream evaporated.

Pellegrini, a weak manager- Toure's agent

Manchester - Manchester City manager
Manuel Pellegrini refused to be drawn into a
war of words with Yaya Toure's outspoken
agent after a 2-0 win over West Ham kept
his side on course for a Champions League
However, Sunday's victory at Eastlands was
marred by an injury to David Silva, who was
taken to hospital with a suspected fractured
cheekbone and injured collar bone.
But before kick-off there was another
headache for under-pressure City boss
Pellegrini following incendiary comments
from Dimitri Seluk.
Toure's agent branded Pellegrini a "weak
manager" and accused the club's Spanish
executives Ferran Sorriano and Txiki
Begiristain of failing to take responsibility
and blaming his client for City's problems
this season.
Pellegrini, when asked to respond to Seluk's
claims, would only say "no comment".
But the latest potential disagreement with
Toure will only cast more uncertainty on the
the Ivory Coast international's City future.