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Kanye West at Chicago concert: We should have never let Michael Jordan play for the Wizards

Kanye WestIf nothing else, Kanye West is at least very aware of his surroundings.

Yeezy performed at the United Center in Chicago on Wednesday night, and during his show, he decided to rap about the most famous athlete to ever play inside the building. Kanye came up with a song he sung in autotune that seemed to be called, “We should have never let Michael Jordan play for the Wizards.”

There is some NSFW language — as you could imagine from Yeezy — but the song is pretty awesome.

“I believe I can fly and I wanted to be just like Mike,” Kanye says, which are lyrics most can agree with.

The only problem with Kanye’s song is that it might not exactly be rooted in facts. I mean who could tell Michael Jordan what he could or couldn’t do? The guy became a part owner of the Wizards and then decided to play for them. Nobody could tell 45 what he was or wasn’t going to do. Other than that, love the song, Yeezy.

H/T Ball Don’t Lie

Kim Kardashian shows off engagement ring Kanye West gave her at AT&T Park

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West may be celebrities who are worth millions of dollars, but they got engaged on Monday night in the same way so many sports fans have before them. Well, kind of. Actually, not really.

Kardashian’s celebrated her 33rd birthday on Monday, and Kanye threw her more than just a birthday bash. The famous rap artist rented out AT&T park, the home of the San Francisco Giants, and proposed to Kim. Several friends and family were in attendance to take part in the celebration.

As Yahoo! OMG! pointed out, Kim’s hairstylist Clyde Haygood was one of the people who attended the event and he posted a photo of the 15-carat diamond Kanye gave his future wife. Hollywood publicist Tracy Nguyen shared a video of the orchestra Kanye hired playing an instrumental of Keri Hilson’s “Knock You Down.”

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Kanye West goes on massive all-caps Twitter tirade on Jimmy Kimmel

Kanye West went on a massive Twitter tirade against Jimmy Kimmel in response to the comedian mocking him with a spoof on his late-night TV show.

First Kimmel mocked Kanye for the music star’s hour-long interview with BBC Radio 1′s Zane Lowe on Monday. Kimmel jabbed the rapper/entertainer for being his own hype guy and even asking what planet Kanye’s on. Kimmel then played a spoof (seen at the top) of two children recreating the interview. The whole thing was hilarious, but clearly Kanye didn’t find it very funny.

Kanye went on a massive Twitter rant against Kimmel, using all caps the entire time. Below is his rant:

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Kris Humphries fires back at Kanye West for song lyric

Back in April, around the same time rapper Kanye West started dating person Kim Kardashian, we told you about a song released by Kanye formerly titled “Theraflu” (now titled “Cold”).

The reason a rap song was discussed on a sports site is because it had a lyric perceived to be a shot at NBA player Kris Humphries, whom the whole world unfortunately knows infamously for being married to Kim K. for five minutes or so in 2011:

“And I’ll admit I fell in love with Kim, around the same time she had fell in love with him. Well that’s cool, baby girl, do your thing. Lucky I ain’t have Jay drop him from the team.”

In case you are not down with the hip-hop crowd these days, I’ll help you out: “Jay” references fellow hip-hop mogul and Kanye’s best friend forever Jay-Z, who owns a minority stake in the Nets.

Flash forward to Tuesday: The Nets continued their spendy offseason by re-signing Humphries, one of the better free agents remaining on the market, to the tune of two years, $24 million. Humphries announced the signing on his Twitter page and threw Kanye’s lyric back in his face:

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Kanye West raps about love triangle with Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries

Kanye West dropped a new track “Theraflu” with DJ Khaled on Wedesday. And while the song bangs, there’s more to it than that. What’s notable is Kanye makes the operatic admission of being in love with Kim Kardashian while she was married to Kris Humphries. Drama, you guys. Drama. Kanye spit these bars in the second verse:

“And I’ll admit I fell in love with Kim, around the same time she had fell in love with him. Well that’s cool, baby girl do your thing. Lucky I ain’t have Jay drop him from the team.”

Not only does this revelation of a love triangle seem to lend credence to the allegations that bald lady Amber Rose made, saying Kanye cheated on her with Kim, but it also might have made whatever ludicrous “reality” show on which Kim and Kris’ doomed marriage was portrayed more watchable. Now I guess we should expect “Kim and Kanye Take Over the World” coming to the E! Network’s airwaves this fall.

Hit the jump to hear the song. The above lyrics come in around 1:20. Song obviously NSFW:

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Amber Rose Says Kim Kardashian Cheated on Reggie Bush with Kanye West, Broke Kanye and Amber Up

The only thing I find entertaining about the concept of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” is the fact that it’s impossible to keep up with Kim Kardashian since she’s an enormous fluzie.  Between serious relationships, three-day flings, and marriages that last a couple months, who could possibly keep up with her even if they tried?”

If Kardashian gossip happens to be your thing — and we won’t judge you for that — you’ll enjoy the latest accusation Amber Rose is making against Kim K. According to Rose, Kim was responsible for ending her relationship with Kanye West because Kim and Kanye had an affair.  This also happened while Kim was dating Reggie Bush, so I guess that would help explain why Rose and Bush saw each other for a brief period as each other’s “rebound.”

“Kim is one of the main reasons why me and Kanye are not together,” Amber told Star Magazine. “She’s a homewrecker!

“They were both cheating. They were both cheating on me and Reggie with each other.”

Amber says she reached out to Kim about the issue, but she never heard back.

“I thought at least [Kim would] be woman enough to respond to me,” Rose said. “She never responded. It’s very important that us women stick together and we don’t **** each other over like that.”

I was hesitant to believe Amber’s accusation right up until the part about Kim sending naughty photos to Kanye came in. Clearly, this must be true.

Kim and Reggie broke up in March of 2010 and there have been rumors of the two getting back together recently.

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Milton Bradley: Baseball’s Bad Guy

Will it ever stop? Only a year ago Milton Bradley was declaring himself the reason the Cubs would win the NL Central. After antics like throwing balls into the stands with only two outs and having an all-around disappointing season, Milton was finally cut loose and traded to Seattle. Milton Bradley started blaming Chicago for his failures last season and continued to feel sorry for himself in his latest comments to the AP:

If I was a musician, I’d be Kanye West. If I was in the NBA, I’d be Ron Artest.  In baseball, they’ve got Milton Bradley. I’m that guy. You need people like me, so you can point your finger and go, ‘There goes the bad guy.”

Can I point my finger and say there goes the cry baby? Kanye West should be insulted that Milton made that comparison. Sure, West has been known to do some rude things, but at least he is great at what he does. Bradley has had two pretty good years in 2004 and 2008. In 2004 with the Dodgers he had 67 RBIs and 19 home runs, in 2008 with the Rangers he had 77 RBIs with 22 homers — both pretty great years.  West, like I said can be rude at times, but he has won 47 awards for his work so I see no comparison.

I really don’t know what satisfaction Bradley gets out of saying this outside of putting himself in a victim’s role. Does he just want to stay in the spotlight for as long as he can? As far as I’m concerned, Bradley’s light bulb has burned out — now it’s time for him to move on and focus on a new season with his team instead of dwelling on the past.

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Milton Bradley says he’s the bad guy in baseball, a la Kanye West [USA Today]