Drake Savagely Called Out Meek Mill At His ConcertAgain

Sorry, Meek Mill, it looks like Drake is pulling a Titanic and never letting go.

Continuing afeud that started over a year ago now, Drake went ahead and took the liberty of insulting Meek in his hometown on Sunday night.

Drake stopped by Philadelphia as part of his Summer Sixteen Tourwith Future, and of course he had to perform his famous Meek diss track, Back to Back.

He even added a line to the song, to clear up he was not afraid to crap on Meek when he was only a few miles away.

He said,

I even did this shit in Philly, man, I never run.

At the end of the song, Drake also took the opportunity to send a very special message to both Meek and Philly.

He said to the crowd,

Just remember, when you watch that video over and over tonight, its not about your city, I love your city. You did that shit to your motherfuckin self, boy.

So dont worry, Philly, its not you! Its Meek. Its always Meek. Meek, Meek, Meek.

Am I the only one who thinks Drake is low-key in love with Meek Mill or ?

Drake had already taken a shot at his rival earlier in the night, when he added a line to his song Still Here.

He said,

You not really from Philly and they can tell.

So yep, it looks like that drama isnt over and probably never will be. At least Twitter is entertained.

Your move, Meek.

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10 People Reveal The Strangest, Most Awkward Reasons They Dumped Someone

We all have our deal breakers when it comes to dating. For me, it’s being rude to waiters and too much mushy talk. For my friend, it’s guys with weird fingernails. You get the picture.

But, how much do those tiny thingsmatter? Well, according to a 2015study, dating deal breakers matter more to us than positive qualities. In other words, I could be dating the world’s most perfect guy and he could be rude to ONE waiter ONE time and that would be enough for me to call it quits.

I love hearing about what everyone’soneweird thingis, the quality so hugely important that they absolutely cannot continue to see this otherwise-perfect human being.So, I asked around. And, boy oh boy, did the people in my life really rise to the challenge.

Thesedeal breakers are hilarious andridiculous. Read along and see for yourself.

His dance moves were a little TOO good.

It was college and this guy was THE hottest boy in our grade. And he liked me! I was over the moon about the whole thing.

We were in the same group of friends, our personalities had insane chemistry and, as I mentioned before, he was extremely hot. Things were looking perfect until we went out one night and I saw him dance. He was TOO good. It was awkward. Like, I just didn’t know what to do with my body compared to his ‘Dancing With The Stars’-level moves.

That was it. No matter hanging out with him for me.

Jane,* 21

His pet situation was not quite perfect.

I had gone on a couple of dates with this guy and was still sort of feeling things out, but honestly leaning towards I liked him until he told me that he had a cat. It wasn’t just that he had a cat, but it was the way he talked about his cat. Something about the whole thing creeped me out.

Natalie,* 25

He went a little too big for Valentine’s Day.

He wore a red shirt and khaki pants on Valentine’s Day. That, and he made me go see the movie ‘Valentine’s Day.’”

Emily, 24

He wasway too into me.

He just, like, straight up liked me too much. He was completely normal otherwise, but he said ‘I love you’ literally after a week like it was NBD. It made me so uncomfortable.

We’d be having a perfectly normal conversation and he’d be like, ‘I love you.’I’d just be like, ‘That’s chill.’ So, I broke up with him and then something like threeweeks later he started dating one of my friends —and pulled the same weird shit with her.

Gigi, 25

His sense of style wasn’t up to par.

I hated his sunglasses.

Elizabeth,* 22

He was a grown man with a ‘blankie.’

I was dating this guy in his thirties, and he was a legit man-child. The first time he invited me back to his house, he had his disgusting, old, ratty baby ‘blankie’ folded at the end of his bed.

When I asked him about it, there was no shame in his voice when he proudly told me it was his baby blanket and that he sleeps with it every night and smells it because it’s comforting. I decided to forget about the blankie and continue on with the night.

Then, after things got hot and heavy and we were laying in bed, he asked if I was hungry or thirsty. I replied, ‘No,’ so he gets up and comes back to bed with a [peanut butter sandwich]and a Capri sun, in true man-child ways. Then he tells me he also has a dolly and a stuffed bear in his closet that he keeps around — in addition to the creepy tattoos of his mother and sister on both biceps.

I told him I wouldn’t be seeing him anymore.

Courtney, 28

His morning routine just did not mesh with mine.

He was really cool, but liked to listen to rap music after he woke up. He’d make me lay in bed and listen with him. I hated every minute of it.

Hayley, 23

He showered mewith a little too much attention.

This guy would have been perfect, except every morning he insisted on texting me, ‘Good morning, sunshine.’ The whole thing repulsed me. I just couldn’t get over it.

Charlie,* 24

He had absolutely no game.

I have two stories for you. One was this guy in college, who was a friend of a friend that I started talking to. He was just so eager and had no game and just became annoying. It didn’t help that he had horrible breath. I felt bad because he was just so nice, and so I had to do the slow ‘fade-out’ to get out of it because I didn’t want to hurt his feelings.

Another guy just really irritated me by our second date. Perhaps it was the constant, donkey-like nervous laughter?

Marie,* 23

Her laugh wasoff.

I stopped seeing a girl because she had a delayed laugh. It took her too long to determine whether something was funny or not.

Gregory, 24

Read more: http://elitedaily.com/dating/absurd-deal-breakers-dumping-partners/1508578/

Stacey Dash: ‘GOP it’s time to put on our gloves and fight like Mohammad Ali.’

http://twitter.com/#!/REALStaceyDash/status/379036429700976641

Actress Stacey Dash says it’s time for the GOP to get in the ring. Her full tweet:

GOP it’s time to put on our gloves and fight like Mohammad Ali. Float like a butterfly. Sting like a bee. http://www.mediaite.com/online/the-gops-undeserved-comeback

The Mediaite article she links to states that the GOP is staging an “undeserved comeback.” The article, by Noah Rothman, cites a Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll showing the Republican Party ahead of Democrats on a variety of issues, including the budget deficit, the American economy, and foreign policy.

The WSJ/NBC poll came out several days after voters in Colorado Springs and Pueblo, Colo., recalled two Democratic state Senators and replaced them with Republicans. The Pueblo district is reportedly 47% Democratic and 23% Republican.

Deserved or undeserved, it seems the Republican Party is poised to make gains in the 2014 mid-term elections.

Needless to say, Dash’s tweet elicited the usual bile from some on the Left:

http://twitter.com/#!/IrepFQP/status/379067573142568960

But a greater number of people agreed with her:

http://twitter.com/#!/HanaFiveO/status/379050508171751425
http://twitter.com/#!/KeithD3/status/379054868800872448

By the way, if you’re going to correct someone’s spelling, make sure you know how to spell:

http://twitter.com/#!/mikebara33/status/379047086848630784

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2013/09/15/stacey-dash-gop-its-time-to-put-on-our-gloves-and-fight-like-mohammad-ali/

Judge Invalidates NYC Large Sugary Drink Ban

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The Mayor Bloomberg-backed regulations that would ban the sale of sugary drinks larger than 16 ounces were invalidated Monday after they were found to be “fraught with arbitrary and capricious consequences,” New York Supreme Court Judge Milton Tingling wrote, according to the Wall Street Journal.

“The simple reading of the rule leads to the earlier acknowledged uneven enforcement even within a particular city block, much less the city as a whole….the loopholes in this rule effectively defeat the state purpose of the rule.”

The mayor’s office fought back via Twitter:

The NYC Law Department also issued a statement, via Corporation Counsel Michael Cardozo:

“We plan to appeal the decision as soon as possible, and we are confident the Board of Health’s decision will ultimately be upheld. This measure is part of the City’s multi-pronged effort to combat the growing obesity epidemic, which takes the lives of more than 5,000 New Yorkers every year, and we believe the Board of Health has the legal authority – and responsibility – to tackle its leading causes.”

The new regulations were set to take effect Tuesday.

Read more: http://buzzfeed.com/jtes/judge-invalidates-nyc-large-soda-ban

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Missouri Governor: Ferguson Violence “Does Not Represent Who We Are”

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Hours after police in Ferguson, Mo., arrested two reporters and fired tear gas at protesters Wednesday night, state Gov. Jay Nixon released a statement calling for calm.

Nixon, a Democrat, has faced widespread criticism for not weighing in earlier as the situation in Ferguson continues.

His full statement:

“The worsening situation in Ferguson is deeply troubling, and does not represent who we are as Missourians or as Americans. While we all respect the solemn responsibility of our law enforcement officers to protect the public, we must also safeguard the rights of Missourians to peaceably assemble and the rights of the press to report on matters of public concern. “I have been closely monitoring the situation and will continue to be in communication with local leaders, and I will be in north St. Louis County tomorrow. As Governor, I am committed to ensuring the pain of last weekend’s tragedy does not continue to be compounded by this ongoing crisis. Once again, I ask that members of the community demonstrate patience and calm while the investigation continues, and I urge law enforcement agencies to keep the peace and respect the rights of residents and the press during this difficult time.”

Nixon’s statement posted around 1:30 a.m. ET Thursday.

Governor Jay Nixon @GovJayNixon

Situation in Ferguson does not represent who we are. Must keep the peace, while safeguarding rights of citizens and the press

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Earlier, Nixon promised to appear in Ferguson during the day Thursday.

Governor Jay Nixon @GovJayNixon

Closely monitoring situation & will be in North STL Co tomorrow. Ask for calm & urge law enforcement to respect rights of residents & press

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Read more: http://buzzfeed.com/evanmcsan/missouri-gov-ferguson-violence-does-not-represent-who-we-are