LeBron James caught some flack for dedicating a “slow jam” to rival Boston Celtics’ player Kyrie Irving. This is the first time a James dedicated something to a Celtic since James Joyce wrote Dubliners.
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have now made their first public appearance as a married couple. You know what they say. First comes love, then comes marriage, then enters Luke Hemworth with lodging disparage.
Florida senator Marco Rubio told the press that he doesn’t know of anyone calling for American intervention in Venezuela. If you look at the polls, he also didn’t know of anyone that wanted him to be president, either.
Former New Jersey governor and presidential candidate Chris Christie told the press about the Roger Stone indictment, “If I had a nickel for every time I had a defendant tell me when I was U.S. attorney that something was out of context, I’d be a rich guy and I’m not.” Now, if he had a nickle every time he ate 30 chicken wings in 20 minutes at Touchdown’s, he would have his own country.
Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau fired his ambassador to China after a controversial comment made about Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou. This is the biggest dissapointment engineered by a Canadian since Seth Rogen starred in The Green Hornet.