• RIP Tommy

    Actor Tommy Mikal Ford, famous for portraying the forever dapper bald-headed comrade of Martin Lawrence in Martin, has died yesterday at an Atlanta hospital due to a ruptured aneurysm in his abdomen.

    We never really pinpointed Tommy's exact "job" on the hit 90's TV show but he certainly made us all laugh whenever mentioned "it." Thats a commendable task in itself. 

    My condolences goes out to his close friends and family. 

  • The Proof Is In The Tape

    Since the 2009 MTV Awards, there has been ongoing "tension" between Kanye West and Taylor Swift. Glimpses of peace among the two megastars were seen (mostly through photo ops), but behind the pearly white smiles, we all subconsciously knew that their kobe beef was a long way from being cooked.

    Less than a year after Taylor presented Kanye with the Video Vanguard Award at the 2015 VMAs, the 'All Falls Down' lyricist mentioned the famed pop singer in, "Famous", one of the most notable cuts from The Life of Pablo. The provocative line caused Swift to immediately defend her character by publicly stating she had no knowledge of being mentioned in the tune prior its release.  Mr. West , on the other hand, took to twitter where he shared his side of the story, tweeting that she actually knew of the song and controversial line.

    Fast forward to last night, Kim Kardashian West dropped a bombshell of a clip on snapchat, displaying her husband speaking on the phone with Taylor clearly asking for her permission to use the "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex " line.  Check out Swift's rebuttal on lnstagram below:

    "Where is the video of Kanye telling me he was going to call me 'that bitch' in his song? It doesn't exist because it never happened. You don’t get to control someone's emotional response to being called 'that bitch' in front of the entire world. Of course I wanted to like the song. I wanted to believe Kanye when he told me that I would love the song. I wanted us to have a friendly relationship. He promised to play the song for me, but he never did. While I wanted to be supportive of Kanye on the phone call, you cannot 'approve' a song you haven't heard. Being falsely painted as a liar when I was never given the full story or played any part of the song is character assassination. I would very much like to be excluded from this narrative, one that I have never asked to be a part of, since 2009."

    As the drama unfolds to an all-time high, what are your thoughts on the new revelation?  Should we feel sorry for Taylor? or is Kanye in the clear for truthfully stating he did contact her before the song was released?

    Let me know...

  • Seth Rogen's Sausage Party

    Seth Rogen continues his hilarious antics in the new movie Sausage Party.

    Last night, the Pinneaple Express funnyman visited Jimmy Kimmel Live to converse about his Rated-R animated film, which depicts a humorous yet gory view on the consumption of food that actually has feelings.  You surely wouldn't want to take your kids to see this type of delectable massacre!  

    Check out the clip below for more info:

  • Snow Ball Does Panda

    This is the funniest video you will see this morning!

    In the midst of promoting Central IntelligenceKevin Hart is simultaneously working his tail off doing press for his animation flick The Secret Life of Pets.  The pintsized funnyman recently went across the pond to visit BBC1 Radio and spat (past tense of 'spit,' if you ain't know) a hilarious rendition of Desiigner's chart topping hit,"Panda."

    Kev put his rap alter ego, Chocolate droppa, to rest and went in on the instrumental channeling "Snowball," the character he portrays in the upcoming kids film.

    Check out the hilariousness below:

  • Ice Cube's Kidz Bop Hip Hop

    It's really hard to determine who has the best sketches between the Jimmys of national late-night TV, but I must confess that Kimmel's recent bit might of placed him one up over Fallon.

    Last night, the bearded comedian teamed up with Ice Cube to present the Hip Hop version of Kidz' Bop.  Since the lyrics were sanitized for the youngins, the songs ended up being hilarious!  

    The revamped jams included A$AP Rocky's "Fuckin' Problems", Big Sean's "I Don't Fuck Witchu", Ty Dolla Sign's "Paranoid ", Lil' Jon's "Get Low ", and of course Cube's favorite "Today Was A Good Day ".

    Check out the innocence below:

  • Bow Wow Grammy Mishaps

    Man oh man, the artist formerly known as Lil' Bow Wow, is getting roasted for his slight mishaps while preshow hosting the 2016 Grammy Awards last night on CBS.

    I'm just here to state, let Shad Moss live. I feel for the CSI Cyber actor because during my very first time moderating a live show, I also bombed!  Acting and Hosting are two different aesthetics -- one deals with memorized lines, while the other is based off actions from the energy pulsating in REAL time.  All of the preparation before a live show means nothing against the heat of the moment.

    I can't lie though, Shad isn't entirely new to hosting.  For numerous years, he was the face of BET's famed 106th & Park Hip Hop countdown show.  The atrocity that occured last night was purely due to bad timing....and maybe a bit of intoxication on Bow's end (haha).

    Check out the hilariousness below:

  • No Hotline Blinging At Dave Chappelle Shows

    We now live in a world filled with individuals who no longer internally embrace precious moments but rather save them as megabites on their smartphones. 

    One person that has enough of the new age, technological antics is legendary comedian Dave Chappelle!  The Chappelle Show creative genius is extremely fed up of being videotaped during live shows, so he took matters into his own hands and partnered up with tech start up Yondr, to fully solidify that no audience member is capturing the gut-busting jokes he so painstakingly worked on.

    Dave's mad scientist experiment will commence during his 13 sold out shows at Thalia Hall in Chicago, where ticket holders will have no choice but to place their phones inside of Yondr's cellphone sleeves before entering the vicinity.  Once the phone is snugged in, it locks when an audience member enters the phone-free zone which will most likely be located closer to the stage.

    I personally think that this is a win-win situation for both parties.  Mr. Chappelle can rest assure that his set will go smoothly without worrying about someone plagarizing, which in turn provide fans a more enjoyable show.  

    Maybe this will teach people to start paying attention to the NOW again than solely living in the digital world.

    * Cues "Digital Girl" *

  • The Candy Monster

    I know Halloween is long gone but there was no choice but to let you guys in on this hilarious skit courtesy of The Jimmy Kimmel Show.  

    Apparently, for the last 4 years Jimmy has been accepting videos of parents bamboozling their precious little angels, making them believe their ghoulish treats were eaten after a long night of Trick-or-Treating.

    The 6 year old me would definitely have a monstrous fit!  Check out the frightening reactions of these kids below:

  • BTS of 4500

    A few weeks back, I showcased the homie Will Roush’s official music video for his boisterous single “4500” featuring former Brooklyn Nets Center Mason Plumlee. Now, thanks to Complex, we all get a chance to see what actually went down behind the hilarious clip!

    There’s really no need for me to elaborate because all of your questions will be answered below. Enjoy!

  • 4500

    We all know how much Travis $cott paid for the coat, but that price stands no chance next to the amount that Will Roush spent on some game seats! About two months ago, the Fiji-lovin’ businessman made the news by nonchalantly paying a whopping $4,500 for front row tickers at game 7 of the eastern conference finals between the New York Rangers and Tampa Bay Lightning. Now, Will has returned to the headlines by releasing an official music video inspired by his ballerific set of events.

    Titled “4500”, the Ronald Reid directed clip features Dub Roush (Will’s rap’s moniker) and his buddy Mason Plumlee doing what they do best – Killing the game with Franklins only!

    Indulge below:

  • Puerto Ricans vs Dominicans

    Last night during the 2015 Billboard Music Awards, I frequently checked Twitter to see if anyone was cracking the usual jokes that flood my timeline during star-studded ceremonies. Surprisingly, there wasn’t much. Everyone I’m currently following are either super mature or must of completely ignored the show to attend Jay Z's second installment of his B Sides Concert.

     It’s been a hot minute since I’ve spoken to the homie Erick Rosado so it was a pleasure to see him pop up on my feed.  As a matter of fact, his tweet made my whole night making up for the Sahara Dessert dryness of my timeline.  I’ve known the budding comedian for a few years and even appeared in one of his most memorable Ericsworld TV skits.  Eric’s twitter posting was actually promoting his latest gut busting clip featuring fellow funnyman Juan Bago titled, “Puerto Ricans vs Dominicans”.

     You don’t need no explanation from me to know what’s about to go down.  Just be sure to have some tissues on deck for all the tears of joy.  Check out who wins the epic battle below:


  • Jamaican Restaurants Never Have Food

    Not too long ago I premiered an hilarious clip from the infamous Youtube funnymen 4YallEntertainment dealing with clearing internet browsers.  Now I am proud to present another skit that'll have your guts exploding from laughter.  

    Ever been to a Jamaican restaurant famished as fuck and ready to destroy a plate of oxtail with a side of rice and sweet plaintains only to be painfully turned down because they're all out!  Shit, I know I have...and what makes it worse is the waiter's attitude.  No offense to my Jamaican bredrens out there but why y'all always so gotdamn angry?!  

    In any case, the fellas captured this particular situation as humourous as possible!  Check out the clip below:



  • The Fabolous Grinch

    We all know the potency of Fabolous' sense of humour from his hilarious antics via social networks so it's only right that he transfered that comical energy into songs!  Recently, the Brooklyn metaphor king unleashed an unconventional tune just in time for the holiday season titled "I Don't Fuck With Christmas" in collaboration with the Emmy-winning sketch comedy series Funny or Die.

    From the title alone, you can tell that FAB is about to black on his underwhelmnness of Santa's tactics.  Indulge below: