“Coach Snoop” follows the legendary rapper outside the studio and on the field, as he coaches a team of teenagers in the Snoop Youth Football League. The eight-episode season offers an intimate look at Snoop and the players as they chase a championship and deal with adversity off the field. “Coach Snoop” launches globally on Netflix February 2, 2018.
Mirrors get smashed and the host Bear is forced to step in during the most RAGING reveal of this series so far. This episode includes a lot of screaming and an angry man storming around a TV set in his underwear.
The newest Ridge Reaper film from Under Armour Hunt dropped, and you should stop whatever it is you’re doing to watch it right now. The video follows along with Cam Hanes and Joe Rogan, as they hit the mountains of Utah with their bows, and set off on an “epic” elk hunt.
Chairman of the Pa. House State Government Committee Rep. Daryl Metcalfe overreacts to a gesture by Democratic Chairman Matt Bradford, by disparaging Democratic members and gay people. “Excuse me, but I am legally married to a woman. I don’t like, or think about hot, sweaty cock in my mouth like you do. I am certainly not aroused by your innocuous and non-sexual touch. Please stay 5ft away from me at all times so I don’t have to reassert my heterosexuality. Thank you.”
Paul Stamets went on the Joe Rogan Experience and told this insane story of his very first experience with magic mushrooms. You can see by the look on Joe’s face its a thrilling tale of danger, triumph and a solid reason why shrooms should be considered medicine!
Kobe Bryant and Kendrick Lamar have both reached the mountaintop in their respective fields, so you’d be wise to listen up when they share how they arrived there.
Gordon Ramsay has a new two-part documentary series coming out which features a completely different style of cooking. Rather then food, it seems to be drugs he is learning to create. A Bump and Beef Wellington sounds alright.
Rising rap star Lil Peep, who blended hip-hop and emo music, died on Wednesday night in Tucson. He was 21. The singer was reportedly taken to the hospital following an overdose, music manager Adam Grandmaison told The Guardian. Peep posted an Instagram video on Wednesday in which he said he was “lit” after taking “six Xanax” as well as a photo captioned, “When I die you’ll love me.” Post Malone, Makonnen, Lil B, and others have all sent their condolences out on social media.
Flagstaff police fatally shot a man who they say fired a gun at three officers in the parking lot of a Walmart store. Officers were called to the Walmart on reports of a man with a weapon in the parking lot. Medics on the scene pronounced him dead. Inside the truck, police say they found two rifles, a handgun, boxes of ammunition and several spent casings. None of the officers were injured in the exchange.
The official trailer for Bad President premiered on Thursday, introducing the world to a power-obsessed president who dons sunglasses to make presidential decrees, throws ragers in the Oval Office, decks the presidential limo out like a gold-dipped parade float, and turns Air Force One into a weaponized greenhouse.
Meet Odd Squad Family. They are an indy hip hop group from Phoenix, Arizona, that truly inspire with their uplifting and positive lyrics. They are made up of 3 unique individuals, N.U.B.S., Snowman, and A-Factor. Check out their first hit single “So High,” off of their new album that just dropped titled “Welcome To The Family”, which is available everywhere music is purchased or streamed. And if you happen to be wondering where they got all that Mary Jane, check out Encanto Green Cross Dispensary in Phoenix, Arizona. Next time we’re in PHX, we’re tryna roll up tough with these boys, enjoy!
Skrillex’s frequent video director Jas Davis has just shared a next level new video… and recruited none other than Skrillex to soundtrack it. Jas is always pushing the limits with his visuals and this new upload “FRIENDLY FIRE” spanning nearly 2 minutes shows off his artistic visions and insane filming / editing skills. The trippy video is wild throughout, but so is the hip-hop styled beat Skrillex cooked up for it. Check out their other recent video collaboration below and enjoy!
Comedian T.J. Miller has been making headlines with his controversial, philosophical, and hilarious takes. The former Silicon Valley star sits down with Snoop to smoke, promote his recent turn in the Emoji Movie and get philosophical. As they get baked, T.J. and Snoop cover all kinds of terrain, from their fear of death to their worst day jobs to their taste for Totino’s pizza rolls.
It was a mere traffic stop, but the driver was clearly nervous — telling the police officer that she was worried that if she moved her hands, she would be shot. Then the cop, Greg Abbott, tried to assure her: “But you’re not black. Remember, we only shoot black people. Yeah, we only kill black people, right?”
In the words of the bootleg fireworks guy …DAT WAZ AWESOME! You have to give the man a lot of credit for keeping the camera on the action through the entire ordeal.