Monthly Archives: November 2014
First Take’s Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith discuss how good is Warriors’ G Stephen Curry.
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has long been one of the Internet’s most eccentric personalities, a German-Finnish hacker who at one time was worth upwards of $175 million, was renting a $24 million mansion in New Zealand, and even dropped his own album.
According to Dotcom, though, that’s all gone.
At the unBound Digital conference in London, Dotcom said that “My legal team resigned after I ran out of money. I spent $10 million to defend myself. They have drained all my resources.”
As for his theories on why he was targeted? They’re rather…interesting:
“I’m an easy target because of my flamboyant lifestyle,” Dotcom said. “It’s hard to keep a low profile when you have number plates with ‘GOD’ and ‘STONED’ on them. Also, I’m German, and Hollywood loves German Bond villains.”
Since he’s now out of money, he may soon be returning to jail. But what of his fans? How will they keep in touch with him? Kim has but a simple request: “If I go back to jail, send me cards … cards with photos of cats on.”
First Take’s Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discuss if Manny Pacquiao’s defeat of Chris Algieri by unanimous decision help or hurt his chances of fighting Floyd Mayweather Jr.
The First Step…The debut short film from PJB Films follows a young man (Anyebe Godwin) as he tries to overcome a challenge personal to him. Filled with doubt, he battles with the most formidable enemy of all, the voice at the back of his head, as he tries to take his first step to success and accomplish his goal.
Narrated by rapper Fem Fel.
GRAMMY U and All Def Digtial teamed up and interviewed Russell Simmons on the evolution of the music industry.
Ross and others share the story behind this 2010 classic record.
First Take’s Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discuss how much blame does LeBron deserve for the Cleveland Cavaliers’ loss against the San Antonio Spurs.
Stormzy talks to Urbanworld & SK Vibemaker about having his first official body of work released, the fear of selling music as a UK Rapper, the impact of his WickedSkengman freestyles, weather he reads youtube comments, stating ‘the scenes ours’, starting as a Grime MC & adjusting to rapping, the importantance of preserving the Britishness as a UK rapper & more.