‘Bungle’s only a little puppy and he must have been frightened stiff as the police tried to take him away’
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Somehow, Axl Rose has emerged as the voice of reason. Like many of us, the Guns N’ Roses frontman watched Kanye West’s summit with Donald Trump in the Oval Office today and found himself frustrated by the ordeal. Rose has been known to pontificate about politics on Twitter in recent years, … More »
Immediately after Kanye West revealed his terrible iPhone passcode to the world, he said that Apple should build Trump the iPlane1.
“I brought a GIF with me right here,” West said in the Oval Office on Thursday during a meeting as he turned his phone over to the president. “This right here is the iPlane 1. It’s a hydrogen-powered airplane, and this is what our president should be flying in. We’re going to have Apple, an American company, work on this plane.”
“This is what our president should be flying in.”
Kanye West reaches over the Oval Office desk to show realDonaldTrump a picture of a hydrogen plane.
The rapper says if Trump “don’t look good, we don’t look good”.
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Kanye West was the musical guest for the Season 44 premiere of Saturday Night Live. He brought his MAGA hat along.
It was originally supposed to be Ariana Grande, but she cancelled. So instead we got West, performing three songs (not SNL‘s usual two): A debut of “We Got Love,” featuring Teyana Taylor, along with “Ghost Town” (from West’s June 2018 album, Ye) and “I Love It,” featuring Lil Pump.
Those who attended the show’s live taping were also treated — maybe not the right word to use here, but just go with it — to another Kanye West trademark: An impassioned rant.
“They bullied me backstage. They said ‘Don’t go out there with that hat on.’ They bullied me.” Read more…
Donald Trump Jr. was caught red-handed for a terrible Photoshop job, but this time it wasn’t because he airbrushed his pores into oblivion.
In a now-deleted Instagram post, Don Jr. shared a CNN report comparing Trump’s approval ratings with statistics from Obama’s presidency.
“Amazing,” Trump Jr. captioned it. “I guess there is a magic wand to make things happen and @realdonaldtrump seems to have it.”
Except, @realdonaldtrump doesn’t seem to “have it” because the screenshot is a poorly edited graphic that makes the current president’s approval say 50 percent instead of the actual 40 percent. In other words, Trump Jr. has (ironically) participated in spreading fake news. Read more…
‘If we actually knew how to do this, and it could be done that easily, it wouldn’t be that spectacular’
Images of animals and boats lining caves are around 1,400 years old