ScHoolBoy Q joined Bomani Jones and Dan Le Batard on Highly Questionable yesterday. The conversation starts out pretty serious with Q recalling lessons learned in jail and his time spent corner standing, but it quickly deteriorates, hilariously, into Q claiming Kathy Griffin as his “secret lover” and his thoughts on Wiz Khalifa’s purple hair.
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Cube joined Jimmy Kimmel on his show last night and spoke about wrapping up principal photography on the N.W.A. movie Straight Outta Compton, his son playing him in the film, getting arrested for obscenity and such back in the day and his birthday gift for Snoop Dogg. That’s all cool, but the highlight of this appearance is a new installment of Ice Cube Saying Nice Things Angrily.
Fab returns by ESPN’s First Take to talk about the Def Jam 30th Anniversary concert, which is happening tomorrow night at the Barclays Center, Stephen A. and Skip’s Cowboys/Seahawks bet, the awfulness of Cowboys fans in general and the conflicts that arise from playing fantasy football. Which I can totally relate to because I loathe the Cowboys, but I have too Demarco Murray in one of my fantasy leagues.
Hit the jump for another clip of Fab and the group discussing the new NBA TV deal and Kobe’s comments about the CBA.
Common rattles off a roll-call in this new NBA ad announcing the beginning of the new season on October 28th.
Kiss joined Bomani Jones, Dan Le Batard and Papi on today’s episode of Highly Questionable on ESPN. He talked about not partying with Knicks players like J.R. Smith so they’d be fresh for games, intentionally partying with out of town players so they would not be fresh for games against the Knicks and shares some scary DMX experiences. He also offered his own speculations on who he thinks Biggie might have been talking about on “I Got A Story To Tell”.
Last night, Waka joined Steve Aoki on Jimmy Kimmel Live for a performance of “Rage the Night Away” with Travis Barker.
Andre 3000 was a guest on Ellen earlier today. Here’s a quick clip of him talking about his touring schedule and the messages he displays on his jumpsuits during performances.
We’ll update with more footage as it becomes available.
Rass Kass and Apollo Brown take over The Backroom on BET’s 106th and Park.
Previously: Apollo Brown & Ras Kass – Humble Pi (Video)
Kiss embraces debate with Stephen A. and Skip on ESPN First Take. They talk about the dire situation the Giants currently find themselves in and expectations for the NFC East, as well as Floyd Mayweather’s fight with Maidana, the prospect of his impending retirement and whether or not he’ll ever step in a ring with Pacquiao.
Killer Mike was a guest on CNN yesterday where he spoke on the ongoing situation in Ferguson, MO after the police shooting of teenager Mike Brown. As usual, Mike eloquently touches on a number of salient points about the culture of police work and young Black men in America. Nothing surprising there.
Then today, Talib Kweli was on air with anchor Don Lemon, who has been reporting from the ground for a few days now, and the segment quickly deteriorated into an on-air argument about Lemon’s greeting and interview technique. Kweli started off by challenging one of CNN’s stories on clashes between protesters and police last night, and it could have been an interesting conversation, but unfortunately it wasn’t to be.