LADIES Tarion is into doing things she shouldn't be doing [Suicide Girls]
Tell me more...
BANGERS Travis Barker ft. Beanie Sigel, Bun B & Kobe "Just Chill" [XXL Mag]
WINNING MMA photo tribute: The thrill of victory [Cage Potato]
Taken split-seconds after moments of annihilation.
WTF Mexican man has 82 tattoos of Julia Roberts [BroBible]
I...I don't...I give up.
ON THE ROAD Comedian Donald Glover serious about hip-hop tour [RapFix]
25 stops of half comedy, half rap.
POSTER "Parks and Recreation" goes Casablanca [Unreality]
1940s Aziz Ansari is ready for business.
TONGUES GOOD video: Kissing [The High Definite]
Kissing is gross.
SMELLS AWESOME Life-size car replica made from 1.5 tons of Play-Doh [GeekoSystem]
The vehicle is now used to transport three dozen Smurfs.
Photo: Suicide Girls
Loved in life, exploited in death. That's the typical cycle for musical legends like John Lennon, Michael Jackson and Christopher Wallace, aka Notorious B.I.G. Today is the 14th anniversary of the iconic rapper's death and the perfect time to shame the people behind the most egregious attempts to make money off his face.
The low-lights of Lennon and Jackson profiteering include diaper tote bags, hand towels, action figures, sleep masks, shower curtains and hot sauce. Have you shaken your head yet? You have unless you're one of the people who enjoys a nice steak with Jacko hot sauce, valued at $15 a bottle.
Like those two legendary musicians, Biggie's music lives on and so too do the swill merchants looking to package his fame into overpriced novelty items. If Yoda discussed commercial exploitation of fallen stars, he might say: "If made, a dollar can be, try, someone will. Hmmmmmm." Take a look at the products below and for the love of B.I.G., don't buy any.
LADIES Presenting "Me in My Place" with Stacy Keibler [Esquire]
It's a pretty cool place and a pretty hot girl.
FREESTYLE Newcomer Wax looks to make 2011 his year [RapFix]
Musician, comic and self-proclaimed dumbass.
LETHAL Dance Assassin strikes with deadly choreography [The High Definite]
Meet the only known threat to Chuck Norris.
OUCH Watch BB pellets make a man's belly jiggle in extreme slow-mo [GeekoSystem]
In an epic battle of belly fat versus BB pellets, the pellets turn blubber into pizza.
THE DUDE ABIDES "The Tron Lebowski" [CollegeHumor]
Yeah, well, you know, that's just, like, your opinion, man.
RING GIRL Hot Potato: Strikeforce Ring Girl Contest Winner Corissa Furr [Cage Potato]
Wouldn't mind having Corissa explain it all to me.
KICKS Carmelo Anthony's 5 favorite sneakers [Complex]
The guy likes Nike.
DETROIT "Elite Squad" director to direct RoboCop remake [Film Drunk]
Starring this kid.
LADIES Crystal is into cupcakes, makeup and photography [Suicide Girls]
And apparently playing in adult-size playgrounds.
RAWK Wavves' wild "King of the Beach" video [SPIN]
Their first act as kings was ordering a copious amount of ganja.
BOARDS SixEleven: It's Our Fault teaser No. 1 [GrindTV]
Set to drop this fall, the full-length version looks worth the wait.
SOFT SIDE 5 womanly things every rapper seems to love [Smoking Jacket]
The only thing rappers love more than John Mayer is Coldplay.
NAILED IT Ultimate trick-shot video challenge entry No. 1 [BroBible]
These guys hit shots.
FULL OF S*** How to spot a liar [Double Viking]
Once you spot the bulls***er, punch him in the ear.
MUTANTS The 11 weirdest members of the X-Men [MTV Geek]
He sure is weird looking, but Beak makes a great wingman. Bam!!
TALENT Top 40 musicians turned actors [Next Movie]
In case you forgot that Will Smith is a musician.
Photo: Suicide Girls
LADIES Jennifer Lawrence is one of the stars of "Winter's Bone" [BroBible]
The name's so good it doesn't even need to be changed for the porn spoof.
LABELS Kid Cudi splits with manager, launching new label [RapFix]
Dream On is dream over.
FLASH The best photos in action sports: February zoom [ESPN Action]
Don't ask us how Simon Dumont did that.
BRAWL Insane Clown Posse vs. "The King's Speech" [BuzzFeed]
The unlikeliest rivalry in all of music and film.
FISTS Street Fighter fights in street art form [Unreality]
It's only fitting.
MEGA RANT Sheen/Gibson/Bale mash-up: the Hollywood rant mega mix [Film Drunk]
All your favorite meltdowns in one convenient place.
OUCH Extreme playground goes not well [CollegeHumor]
I challenge you to not react to this with laughter.
LADIES Megan Fox took some photos for Armani Jeans [Egotastic]
Kudos to Armani for getting Megan down to underwear for a jeans ad.
DOCTOR IS IN RapFix Live: Dr. Dre's "I Need A Doctor" premieres [RapFix]
The only prescription for the video is more cowbell.
SLOPES What it looks like when a skier falls off a mountain [BroBible]
It's a looong way down.
WONDER WOMEN 9 great moments in women beating men at sports [Smoking Jacket]
I'll never understand how Sonya Thomas can eat a cheeseburger the size of Stewie's head.
SPORTSNATION 5 ridiculous ESPN poll maps [HuffPo]
Fun fact: Idaho is the only state not afraid of wild gorillas.
WATERED DOWN Mega gallery: the least intimidating pictures of Ice Cube [Film Drunk]
In his defense there's really no way to look tough in a life preserver.
WORDS BY VINNY "Jersey Shore"'s Vinny just started his own blog [Remote Control]
"For short s*** read my twitter...for long s***...read this."
HORNS 20 amazing unicorns [Urlesque]
Turns out they're completely real.
Hip-hop and bad puns are like TV and coffee: I love them both. So it only stands to reason that I would love the hell out of these "Animal Pharm" illustrations by Patrick Moberg that turn rappers into bad animal puns. Of course, in this case, bad doesn't really mean bad. It means grown-worthy, and as everyone knows, grown-worthy puns are the best puns. I put a few of my favorite illustrations below, but since I can't really let an opportunity to make bun puns pass me by, I'd like to suggest a few more animals to join the "Animal Pharm." You should too. Here's what I got:
+ Method Mantis
+ Jam-Master Blue Jay
+ Old Dirty Bass
+ Bone Bugs and Harmony
+ Vanilla Mice
Check out some more illustrations below and check out the full list here.
LADIES Buffy is into steak, tequila and dancing [Suicide Girls]
Just like your office's casual Friday.
RAWK Linkin Park's apocalyptic new video for "Burning In The Skies" [SPIN]
Time to get trippy.
MARVEL Deadpool covers are covers of covers [Unreality]
Time to get meta.
BIKES Valparaíso Cerro Abajo--urban dh race on ridiculous track [Bike Magazine]
Downhill helmet-cam FTW.
LIGHTSABERS "Star Wars: Return of the Geriatric" [The High Definite]
The only civilized way for senior citizens to resolve disputes.
SPEAKING OF LIGHTSABERS Quentin Tarantino's "Star Wars" [Double Viking]
Wait for it...
BILLBOARD 5 seconds of every No. 1 song ever [BuzzFeed]
College students: Do NOT turn this into a drinking game.
STICKS Xbox girls strike back [CollegeHumor]
Mostly funny with some scary imagery.
Photo: Suicide Girls
Over the weekend Kanye West released a video for his song "All of the Lights." Unsurprisingly, the video included lots of lights. And now a group called Epilepsy Action, which promotes epilepsy awareness, is upset about, that's right, all of the lights. According to EA, the video is potentially harmful to people with photosensitive epilepsy, which causes seizures when its sufferers are exposed to flashing or flickering lights. In fact, EA said it has recieved several phone calls from people who had seizures after watching the video.
So EA complained about this, asking YouTube and Kanye's people to take the video down. And for a time, it seemed they had succeed. The video was down long enough for the group to put out a press release declaring victory. Now it's back up with a warning, which appears below.
This is the best solution for everyone. Now those who don't have epilepsy can enjoy Rihanna's outfit and those who do have epilepsy can be prepared for the coming seizure. Because, let's be honest, no one's going to be able to stop watching.
Photo: Getty Images
As you may know by now, Eminem has shot a new video for "Space Bound," the fourth single from his "Recovery" album, that stars the award-winning adult actress Sasha Grey. Grey, an aspiring musician and now fully clothed actress, takes on the leading lady role playing Eminem's love interest in the video, which hits screens tomorrow.
But Sasha is by no means Em's first porn-y leading lady. She is, in fact, his fourth.
How artists choose their muses, we'll never know. So it's just a waste of time to ponder why Eminem continually taps porn stars for his music videos (we could probably venture a few guesses though). What we do know, though, is that these adventurous muses often lead him to the top of the charts. Let's take a look back at Em's favorite "actresses."