Archive | February 2015

Chris Brown Paintings Sell At Auction, Maybe He Should Quit Music?

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Chris Brown already has a successful career in music, but it looks like the singer-turned-rapper also has his sights locked on a path as a painter.

Recently, he teamed up with KAI on a few pieces at Fine Art Auctions, which was part of Miami’s Urban Art Week.

Together, Brown and KAI worked on seven pieces. They also reportedly painted a Porsche and the work was sold next to material fro renowned street artists Shepard Fairey and KAWS.

Brown sold two canvases for $25,000 a piece, according to Page Six. He also sold a third canvas for $12,000. If you’re wondering where the money went, the site reports that half of it was donated to a charity.

Here’s a look at Brown and KAI in action.

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BEAUTIFUL NEWS: Ten-Year-Old Prodigy Begins College Courses For Her Math Degree!

I feel like such an underachiever. I need a tutor.

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At only ten-years-old, Esther Okade has begun taking college courses to her Open University undergraduate Math degree. She was accepted as a student after acing an exam and winning over Open?s Vice Chancellor with her amazing ambition. To think our middle school teachings of Algebra 101 still gives us nightmares!

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Okade was recently profiled by the U.K.?s Telegraph, and is a native of Walsall. She shares similar interests with the average child like playing with toys and watching Frozen (even overseas, they can?t stop singing ?Let It Go.?) but she was not like the rest in that she?s dreamt of attending college starting at seven-years-old. For three years, Okade recognized her prowess with numbers and math. To the shock, approval (and secret delight) of her mother Omonefe who is also her homeschool teacher and mathematician, together they applied to Open with high…

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Marshawn Lynch Is Trademarking ‘I’m Just Here So I Won’t Get Fined’

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Marshawn Lynch is looking to capitalize on his infamous “I’m just here so I won’t get fined” phrase from The big game’s media day.

“We heard from our fans, and so many of them were saying that they wanted that phrase on the clothing,” Chris Bevans, who runs Lynch’sBeast Mode” apparel line, told “This is just listening to the marketplace.”  Bevans said the phrase will appear on shirts and sweatshirts on the Beast Mode website within the next month.  I guess you could say Marshawn Lynch got the last laugh after all.

Here’s the video interview below incase you where living under a rock and missed it L.O.L..

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