Rick Ross Has Reportedly Been Hospitalized

UPDATE (3/2/18, 6:24 p.m. ET): Rick Ross is potentially on life support, reports TMZ. According to the site’s sources, a machine is ”taking over the function of his heart and lungs.”

On Thursday (March 1), Rick Ross was reportedly taken to the hospital after being found unresponsive in his Miami home, according to TMZ.

At this time, it is not officially confirmed why Ross might be hospitalized. TMZ also reports that “a family member strongly denied Rick was hospitalized.”

Ross has faced health complications in the past, like the two seizures he experienced in 2011. On a 2016 episode of The Dr. Oz Show, Ross discussed the experience, via Rap-Up.

“One day, I was on a flight and, I just remember my buddy coming to get me, like, ‘Get up, homie, you just had a seizure. Let’s go. We got to get off the plane,’” said Ross. “And I’m like, ‘No… I don’t feel like I had one.’ So I actually got on the phone, called my private jet guy, 45 minutes later, after getting off a commercial flight, I was aboard in a private plane. I boarded a private plane. An hour into the flight, soon as I fell asleep, I had another seizure.”

Since then, Ross has touted his healthy lifestyle. He lost 75 pounds after the seizures and proudly showed off his specific brand of CrossFit named RossFit. Last year, he told People how he kept his weight down.

“I’ve just really been eating a lot better, working out, staying RossFit, and still enjoying myself,” said Rozay. “I still eat my Wingstop, I still go to Checkers for a burger, but as a whole, the late-night steaks, and in the studio it was really easy for me to go crazy from 11 [p.m.] to 4 a.m. I just cut that out.”

People throughout the entertainment industry took to social media to share their support for Ross.

We will continue to update this story as more information becomes available.

Klay Thompson Is Launching A Limited “Rocco” Anta KT3 At Nice Kicks SF This Weekend

words // Nick DePaula:

When Klay Thompson signed on with Chinese brand Anta back in 2014, just as his string of four consecutive All-Star Game appearances and two NBA Championships began, one of the biggest incentives was not only his own signature sneaker series, but also the room for creativity and input that he’d be able to inject into the designs along the way.

“That’s what I love about Anta,” Thompson told me over the summer during his multi-city China tour. “They’re very open minded, and they’ll do whatever I ask and commemorate any day or anybody. When somebody is on board that much, it makes you want to work that much harder for them.”

After creating special edition sneakers through the years that have commemorated everything from the Warriors’ 73-win season to Klay’s grandfather, his latest layered look for his KT signature series honors none other than Rocco, his beloved bulldog.

Styled in a suede upper inspired by Rocco’s coat hue, Thompson’s newest KT3 also features icons of each underneath the strap, playfully pairing him alongside Rocco.

“He doesn’t care if I win games or make three-balls,” Thompson has said. “He just wants to be my friend.”

A limited amount of pairs will release this weekend on Sunday, March 4th at Nice Kicks San Francisco, complete with a special custom “Rocco” box and special pin set.

Pairs will go on sale at 10 AM on Sunday morning, and with each purchase, customers will be given a wristband to gain access to a meet and greet with the Warriors sharpshooter at 4 PM. Thompson will of course be joined by Rocco to meet fans.

Check out the Anta KT3 “Rocco” in detail below, first debuted by Klay Thompson last weekend in a home win against the Oklahoma City Thunder, and releasing this weekend at Nice Kicks San Francisco.

Anta KT3 “Rocco” Limited Launch // Sunday, March 4 at 9 AM
Nice Kicks San Francisco
1420 Haight Street

4PM — Klay & Rocco Meet and Greet access with purchase


Lil Yachty Is A Master Pastry Chef In New Diplo Video

After devoting his recent music video excursions to letting DRAM be dapper amid beautiful desert panorama, being a perfect piano and dance partner for MØ, and literally chilling atop a Zamboni with Tory Lanez and Cashmere Cat, Diplo has done the natural thing for his latest: given the spotlight over to Lil Yachty and Santigold.

In the new Daniel Pappas-directed clip for “Worry No More,” the pair are pastel-clad star bakers, sprinkling flour and sugar and making the most resplendent-looking doughnuts and pastries you can imagine.

Behind them at one point lies a tray of doughnuts decorated with all sorts of miracle items, like cereal bits, cookies, and of course, frosting. I am hungry as I write this. (Also, someone please inform Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood that this video exists.)

The song itself is as colorful and sweet as the video, and on the chorus, Yachty delivers a good mantra that we should all remember as we march into the weekend and beyond: “So catch me if you can / I’m chasing after my dreams.”

“Worry No More” is reportedly set to be included on Diplo’s upcoming California EP. For his sake, I hope more pastry-themed music vids lie in all of our futures.

Kanye West Debuts New adidas Yeezy 700

The adidas Yeezy 500 may be the shoe of choice for Kanye West’s famous family and friends, but when it comes to the man with the laptop he’s all about the adidas Yeezy 700.

Often seen in the V2 styling, Ye was caught out and about wearing a new take on the original.

Graced in what looks like grey but could pass for plum, this semi tonal take finds contrast in the form of yellow accents on the midsole.

Release details are unknown but expect new shoes and a new album sometime in the future based on this new pic below.

#hypebeastkicks: New colorway ?. Photo: X17 Online

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Offset And Ric Flair Are Rolex Wearin’ Son Of A Guns In New Video

Nature Boy is back. Today (March 1), Offset, 21 Savage, and Metro Boomin dropped the video to “Ric Flair Drip” featuring the legendary wrestler himself. The Shomi Patwary-directed video is an epic display of opulence and decadence, much like the platinum blonde star it pays homage to. Throughout the video, Offset, Ric Flair, and Metro Boomin ride in a Rolls-Royce, stroll through an enormous mansion, and show off watches that might make you go blind.

Migos are wrestling fanatics and have peppered references to the sport throughout their career. Offset’s famous “Woo, Woo, Woo, Woo,” adlib during the intro of “Bad and Boujee” is eerily similar to one Flair used throughout his career. Offset’s appreciation for Ric Flair runs so deep he even got a chain of the wrestler in one of his signature poses.

The Atlanta trio has also proven their love for wrestling on songs like “Too Hotty,” which is a reference to Scotty 2 Hotty a famous WWF and WWE wrestler of the 90s and 2000s. In an interview with MTV News correspondent Gaby Wilson, Migos discussed their love of wrestling.

“If you listen to a lot of our music we rap about a lot of things we see and been apart of growing up sports, all 90′s era shit,” says Quavo.

We can WOOO! to that.

adidas EQT Support ADV “Gucci” // Available Now

They may not directly be affiliated with the fashion house but the latest iteration of the adidas EQT Support ADV has a Gucci-like look to them

Featuring EQT styling, the adidas EQT Support ADV “Gucci” is dressed in black throughout the entire silhouette. The Three Stripes logo however, provides some color to the darkness of the silhouette as the branding come in Scarlett and Collegiate Green. These two colors are reminiscent of Gucci’s signature hues, which is where the sneaker’s name comes from.

Available now, the adidas EQT Support ADV Gucci can be picked up from select retailers like Overkill.

adidas EQT Support ADV “Gucci”

adidas EQT Support ADV “Gucci”

adidas EQT Support ADV “Gucci”

Morning Bop: “Shutdown” This Whole Day The Skepta Way

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Air Jordan 3 “Korea” Honors Rich Basketball Culture in Asia

In celebration of the Air Jordan 3s 30th anniversary, Jordan Brand is honoring the dynamic hoops culture in Asia with a “Korea” edition of the ’88s.

Reported to be a limited release only available in the region specified in its moniker, the Air Jordan 3 “Korea” is emboldened with colors of the South Korean flag – also known as the Taeguki – on the right tongue and “Seoul” in Korean embroidered on the back of the left tongue. Nike Air stamps the rear while a heel collar in blue and a liner in red continues to ode the Taeguki.

The “Korea” 3s are reported to release in very limited numbers in South Korea very soon. Stay tuned for more details.

Air Jordan 3 "Korea"
Air Jordan 3 “Korea”
Air Jordan 3 "Korea"
Air Jordan 3 “Korea”
Air Jordan 3 "Korea"
Air Jordan 3 “Korea”

Source: Sneaker News

Morning Bop: Fefe Dobson Deserves Nothing But Eternal Respect

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Patta and Nike Produce Friends and Family Air Span II Collaboration

Amsterdam-based retailer Patta has worked alongside Nike several times in the past. The two have partnered to produce striking iterations of the Air Max 1, Cortez, and more to great success. Now they turn their attention to the ’90s centric Air Span II that is previewed for the first time today.

This friends and family release is subtle in nature given its white, grey and black palette. Lively pops of orange are sprinkled throughout the silhouette while Patta branding appears dead center at the shoes tongue. To close, the collaboration is finished with a special-edition “Publicity, Publicity, Wohooooow” box designed by Linda van Deursen.

Grab a look at the Patta x Nike Air Span II collaboration below.

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