Twitter is letting her have it.
Twitter is letting her have it.
This could be the final fight for the career of the “rowdy” one.
Last night, the fight world was in tuned into see one of the biggest returns in MMA history. “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey went up to face Amanda Nunez for Nunez’s UFC bantamweight title belt. In front of a packed house in Las Vegas, Nunez was successful in knocking out Rousey in 0:48 seconds with a series of punches landing to the former champ. Referee Herb Dean stopped the fight in which Rhonda was staggering around the ring looking for something to help her find her balance. Check out the highlights below.
After the fight, Nunez gave a animated and bold post fight interview shaming Ronda and bragging about how much of a better champion and fighter she is than Rousey. The reason for this because she realized that Ronda has gotten more publicity than the champ leading up to the fight. After the fight abruptly ended, Twitter was going bananas.
THE CHAMP!!!! BETTER REMEMBER THE NAME @Amanda_Leoa
— Paige VanZant (@PaigeVanzantUFC) December 31, 2016
Wow that fight definitely went a lot different than I expected
— Reggie Bush (@ReggieBush) December 31, 2016
— Shane Victorino (@ShaneVictorino) December 31, 2016
More I look at replays, worse it gets. Ronda Rousey took 5 shots square in the face as hard as Nunes could throw ’em. Concussion city.
— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) December 31, 2016
“All I Do” is the 2nd mixtape from rapper CB Smooth. A North Carolina artist signed to Entertaining Mindz who has put together a dream project with powerhouse producers. Not concentrating on one specific sound, CB Smooth recruited who he considers are the greats from all areas of Hip Hop to give you an explosive introduction to his skillset.
Mixed with mostly his label’s in-house singers, CB Smooth created smashes exclusively with Mannie Fresh, Jazze Pha, Zaytoven, Buckwild, Dame Grease, and Mr. Lee. CB Smooth set out to create a masterpiece and needless to say the pieces are definitely in place. “All I Do” is featured on Datpiff, Spinrilla and MyMixtapes.
“Real witches do real things.”
“Vibrations Of The West“, the debut EP with that feel good vibe to end the year by Los Angeles based up and coming artist D.Sel.
As the year comes to an end, Boston-based Hip Hop artist Baylen & super-producer D-Vibes dropped a true classic project for 2016! “Soulstizz” is a 6 track EP which has been able to leave a huge statement in the independent Hip Hop scene for its true Hip Hop sound! This is a real “feel good” EP, fans can instantly pop this project into their players and enjoy! His songs tap into everyone’s inner relationships with everyday life. You can really relate to all his tracks. His flow is smooth, articulate and most importantly HIP HOP! Baylen really makes his music sound effortless, this 6 track projects has some great original beats along with original lyrics!
Underground Hip Hop has some heavy roots in the Boston scene, Baylen finally can say that he fits right in. He is built for this game. Make sure to peep the track “Happen” which my personal favorite song on this EP. We have never heard of him prior to us being exposed to this EP, I’m positive his career has a bright future ahead of it!
During a recent sermon, famed Gospel singer Kim Burrell spoke on “that perverted homosexual spirit” at her Pentecostal church in Houston, TX. Needless to say, there has been plenty of backlash, but Burrell refuses to apologize for her commentary.
Part of the sermon was uploaded onto YouTube, and…you can’t really spin her views any other way—besides it being harshly homophobic.
“That perverted homosexual spirit, is a spirit of delusion and confusion and it has deceived many men and women,” she said, to cheers from the crown. “It has caused a stain on the body of Christ.”
She added, “You as a man, you open your mouth and take a man’s penis in your face, you are perverted!… You are a woman and will shake your face in another woman’s breasts, you are perverted!”
Last night (Dec. 30), Burrell took to Facebook Live to give her side, which doesn’t include an “I’m sorry.” She said only a portion of her sermon was posted and that she only spoke on S-I-N.
“There are a lot of people that I’m aware of that struggle or deal…or have that spirit,” said Burrell on Facebook Live. “Have I discriminated against them? Have I ever outright told them that I don’t love you and [you’re] going to hell? Who gives me the right to say that I’m telling someone that I’m going to hell? I don’t give that call.”
Yes, this is the same Kim Burrell who sang on Frank Ocean’s album, and who is scheduled to appear on Ellen on Jan. 5 (good luck with that).
Tell us what you think of Kim Burrell’s pleas, and views, in the comments.
Did we mention the backlash? Burrell is getting cooked on social media, peep some of the riot acts being read below and on the following pages.
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Kese (born Marquis Glover) hasn’t always seen music in his future. A talented athlete, Kese was bound for football greatness when an unfortunate injury stopped his promise as a professional in its tracks. Luckily, football was not Kese’s only passion. To the contrary, music has always been a part of his life, his younger brother a passionate musician. Music came naturally to Kese, and he immediately took to creating versatile, smooth, and compelling sounds that captivate his audience.
One of his most recent singles, “On Me,” was recorded in the spring of 2016. The song is an upbeat anthem, a testimony of Kese’s tenacity. It’s about putting in the hours and doing whatever it takes. Check it out now.
While living in New York City during the winter, it becomes common knowledge that stepping outside can have varying effects. From unseasonably warm days to the days where the wind chill is lower than The Donald’s standards; VIBE got you covered with styles that will not only keeping you warm through mother nature’s mood swings…
The “Money Longer” rapper isn’t signed to Wiz Khalifa’s label.