The other week, Lil Wayne shocked fans when he put out some brutally honest tweets reflecting on his current state of affairs, mentally and otherwise, the turmoil of which stems from an on-going lawsuit and beef with Birdman and the Cash Money label.
Drake hosted the ESPYs on Wednesday night, and he was definitely instrumental in making the night a huge success, complete with hilarious skits involving Chris Brown, Blake Griffin, Bryan McKnight and Drizzy's crush Skylar Diggins.
Eminem was on ESPN during halftime of the UM and Notre Dame game to give a preview for the visuals to "Berzerk." He also decided to behave, well, oddly. Shout out to the Rick Rubin cameo too.
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ESPN got lucky when Lil Wayne came to visit, with the rapper not only announcing the release date for his highly anticipated album Tha Carter V, but revealing the official artwork, plus spitting a quick freestyle for SportsCenter over their theme song.
A few days back, we reported that Mobb Deep would be remixing their 1995 cut "Survival Of The Fittest" to serve as the intro to ESPN's "NBA Countdown" during the Western Conference Playoffs. Today, it's arrived.
To promote their newly-released Collegrove project, Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz made their way by the ESPN studios on Friday afternoon and sat in on the latest episode of Highly Questionable with Dan LeBatard & Bomani Jones.
While both members of Rae Sremmurd are in their 20s, it's not uncommon for them to be confused for teenagers, and with the amount of zany energy they exude in their new ESPN interview, it comes as no surprise.
Drake is the one who said it, "I swear sports and music are so synonymous", and he continues to prove just that with cross-over content on records like "Draft Day", not to mention working with NBA's Toronto Raptors.
Fresh off his performance on Jimmy Fallon Monday night where he debuted a new single with 2 Chainz called “Rolls Royce Weather Everyday,” Lil Wayne made his by the ESPN studios Tuesday night and paid a visit on Sportscenter.
Over the past few months, ESPN's "Highly Questionable" program has hosted entertaining interviews with the likes of Action Bronson and Rich Homie Quan, both of which had a humorous tone while still answering some hard-hitting questions, like whether RHQ's boat