His other tweets that followed included him using the N-word and asking where the b—– at. It looked as if he had been hacked.
Simpson seemingly launching his Twitter account comes the week of the 25th anniversary of the murder of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and Ronald Goldman.
The Juice has been out of prison since his release on Oct. 1, 2017 due to parole. He was imprisoned for nine years due to felony kidnapping and armed robbery. He was acquitted in 1994 for the murders of Brown Simpson and Goldman in a highly-publicized court case
The consensus seems to be that Cruise would destroy Bieber in an MMA match. But you never really know what will happen until the bell rings. It would be a battle between the Church of Scientology and the Hillsong Church.
If they’re able to make this fight happen, we’d love to see it.
Darren Rovell was crushed on Twitter Sunday for criticizing those who put up a billboard celebrating an accomplishment by LSU’s women’s gymnastics team.
LSU’s women’s gymnastics finished second in the Four on the Floor national championship event Saturday, behind Oklahoma and ahead of UCLA. This was the third time LSU finished second in the NCAA the last four years — a tribute to the excellence of the senior class, even if they fell short of their ultimate goal of winning it all.
A billboard even went up celebrating the team’s runner-up finish:
Rovell’s tweet was so poorly received that he ended up getting “ratio’d” on Twitter, meaning he was bombarded with negative feedback. He even heard it from members of LSU’s team, like Sarah Finnegan and Ashlyn Kirby.
I’m not even going to entertain you, Dan, Derek, David, Dicky, whatever your name is.
Others pointed out how this was no different than celebrating a Final Four or College World Series appearance by hanging a banner, but Rovell disagreed. Then someone threw this little factoid back at him:
The guy saying second-best-in-the-nation LSU doesn’t deserve a billboard? He placed 21,463rd in a marathon and got the shoes he ran it in plated in gold. https://t.co/QFiZ0gJDRw
Rovell is so completely wrong here it’s not even funny.
The LSU team may have not won the national championship, but to say they’re not deserving of recognition, celebration and accolades is shortsighted. They won the SEC meet and had two individual national champion trophies. They finished ahead of a UCLA team that featured two Olympic gold medalists. That’s not something worthy of being proud? I guess anyone who has won a silver or bronze medal at the Olympics should just throw them away.
John Wooden, arguably the most successful coach in sports history, defined success the following way:
“Success is peace of mind, which is a direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing you made the effort to do your best to become the best that you are capable of becoming.”
I thought that ladies hair was that thing they do to people on tv where they goof on your melon with a funhouse mirror. That’s her goin’ out helmet? I stopped caring about the game and need specifics on that as a look.
Tony Hawk is widely considered to be the greatest skateboarder of all time, so it goes without saying that the moment he had with his daughter over the weekend was probably one of the proudest of his life.
On Saturday, Hawk shared a video on Twitter that showed his daughter conquering one of her skateboarding fears.
My daughter overcoming her fear in real time (wait for it). I might have been more nervous than she was. pic.twitter.com/IG6awFIHA3
This was Ohashi’s second perfect 10 on the floor exercise this season, fifth on the floor of her career, and her seventh total career perfect 10. Her perfect 10 on Sunday also marked the second time this season that she and teammate Kyla Ross each had perfect 10s in the same competition. Ross, an Olympic gold medalist, recorded a career-high of 39.775 in the all-around, which is the best score in the country this year.
UCLA beat Washington 197.600-196.000 and is now 8-0 this season.
Lindsey Vonn crashed out of the super-G at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in Sweden on Tuesday after losing control in mid-air, hitting a gate and having a panel fitted between the two poles get stuck in her boot.
Vonn hit the snow face-first and then skidded into a safety net. The crash looked bad and immediately caused a stir from the onlookers, including her teammates, opponents and one American fan who burst into tears.
The 34-year-old Vonn, who previously announced she will retire following her run at the super-G and Sunday’s downhill due to persistent injuries and knee pain, was immediately attended to by medical personnel before getting up and skiing down the hill.
Vonn is the all-time leader in women’s World Cup wins (82) and has three Olympic medals to her name (one gold).
Back in 2004, Janet Jackson’s breast was exposed during the Super Bowl halftime show, causing a controversy and the inclusion of the term “wardrobe malfunction” in our lexicon. CBS was fined by the FCC for the display, yet nothing will happen with Levine going shirtless.
The person who opened fired at a Madden video game tournament in Jacksonville on Sunday did so after competing in the event and losing, according to a report.
Steven Javaruski, one of the gamers in the tournament, told the Los Angeles Times that the shooter opened fire after losing a game. Javaruski said the shooter “targeted a few people” and shot at least five people before turning the gun on himself. Javaruski estimated that he saw the shooter kill two or three people.
Recent reports indicated that three people were killed and 11 others wounded. Jacksonville police urged everyone to stay away from the area and said they were unsure if there were any additional suspects. A horrifying livestream that was taken during the tournament captured the audio from the incident.