Lex Diamond stops by Morgenstern’s Finest Ice Cream for the coldest episode of Sean in the Wild yet.
By: Jackson Connor
Rapper and Wu-Tang Clan legend Raekwon Da Chef is known for his skills in the kitchen, as well as the hip-hop classic “Ice Cream” from his 1995 debut, “Only Built 4 Cuban Linx …”.
In this episode of SITW, Rae and Sean link up with frozen-treats wizard Nick Morgenstern of Morgenstern’s Finest Ice Cream to sample some of the parlor’s most outlandish flavors, and taste-test two original sundaes inspired by Wu-Tang lyrics.
Will Raekwon give the Chocolate Deluxe his seal of approval? Watch the video above to find out.
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Count Shaquille O’ Neal in with the other former NBA players who thinks their team would be the current NBA Champs Golden State Warriors. “Oh, we woulda beat ‘em up. Yeah, we woulda beat ‘em up.” he said. O’Neal talked about several things during a Q&A session promoting an American Express event. “I’ve had my AmEx card since 1992. I don’t remember how I got the black card, but some big-time exec just brought it to the house and knocked on the door. In 1995, in L.A” Shaq said about American Express.
Shaq also mentioned how the people at AmEx thought his card was stolen after he spent $27,000 dollars at a Walmart in Phoenix. ”This is AmEx security, somebody stole your card and is at WalMart spending $27,000.” I said, “No, that’s me.” he said. Even though Shaq dismissed the idea of resuming his Rap career. He did mentioned some of the artists he would work with if he did decide to make an album.” I would like to do something with Kendrick. I would like to do something with 2 Chainz. And Lil Wayne. And, of course, Mr. Ross. I love Mr. Ross” Shaq said. To read the full interview click here.
In anticipation of the boxing match between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor in August, we wanted to break down how hard it is to beat Mayweather. It’s not by luck that Floyd is undefeated after 49 bouts. One of his former opponents Andre Berto breaks down how hard of a task that actually is. “I was surprised at his age at how alert he was, he just very alert.” said Berto. The boxer continue to give Mayweather on his skills by saying “most of us think offense first; he thinks defense.” Watch the video below.
Without question, Remy Ma mounted one of the greatest comebacks in Rap history upon her release from prison in August of 2014. That summer alone, she managed to record with DJ Khaled, Jadakiss, Ty Dolla $ign, and Bobby Schmurda, apparently taking full advantage of all the bottled up ambition and energy she couldn’t expend while behind bars. Since then, she’s enjoyed chart-topping success, including her Grammy-nominated partnership with Fat Joe on arguably the hottest record of 2016, “All The Way Up,” her now infamous Nicki Minaj diss track, “Shether,” and ensuing battle. In between, she’s also carved out time to launch a career in television, all while being a mother to a teenager and supportive spouse to Papoose. It’s safe to say that the rapper born Reminisce Smith is making up for lost time, and then some. Read More
Reviews have been mixed about Tupac’s new movie ‘All Eyez On Me.’ Celebrities, fans, friends and critics have been divided on how much they like the film. While some entertainers like Hammer and The Game have defended the movie, other people like 50 Cent and Jada Pinkett Smith have criticized it. In a recent visit to Chicago, Scarface let it be known that he was one of the people who didn’t like the film. “If MC Breed not in that movie, then it ain’t no real ‘Pac movie. If the D.O.C. wasn’t mentioned in that movie, it’s not a real ‘Pac movie,” said Scarface. The Houston rapper went on to question the motive of the movie and who was benefiting from it. “It ain’t feeding his momma, his momma gone,” he said. “It ain’t feeding his kids, he ain’t got none. Who getting the money?” he said. Check out the clip below
In an inrterview with XXL, Menace, the producer of Desiigner’s hit song “Panda” said that Future and producer Mike Dean had sued for copyright infringement. “There was a situation with Future putting [an infringement] claim in because apparently, he said that ‘Panda’ sounded like “Fuck Up Some Commas,” he said. Menace also went on to say that Mike Dean was trying to say “he did something to the beat and he never did.”
As a result of the lawsuits, Menace said he hasn’t got any money from the song. However, Future sent out a statement saying that he didn’t put out a claim against the song. And Mike Dean wrote a letter about the situation and told the Menace to “put some respek on my name.” Dean said the song “would never have come out or cleared legal at Def Jam,” if wasn’t for his work on the song. “The kid lost the stems to the beat. It had some samples in the original from a film. I recreated some of the stems enough to patch up the beat and remove the samples.” Mike Dean explained. No statement has been given from Menace after the response from Future and Mike Dean was published. To read more about this story click here.