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Monday, January 18, 2021

Lil Wayne Celebrates Packers Victory

 


The rapper was seen celebrating the Green Bay Packers’ playoff win over the Los Angeles Rams last night at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin.


The Packers crushed the Rams in a 32-18 victory that was powered by Weezy’s new Green Bay Packers anthem, “Green and Yellow.” The first song, debuted in Super Bowl XLV, was made to counter rapper Wiz Khalifa’s Steelers-inspired “Black and Yellow” song.

Sunday, January 24, 2021

Is Aaron Rogers Finally Leaving The Packers?

 


Aaron Rodgers walked off Lambeau Field feeling “gutted” after losing the NFC Championship Game for the fourth time in the past seven seasons and wondering about his future with the team.


“A lot of guys’ futures that are uncertain – myself included,” Rodgers said following the Green Bay Packers’ 31-26 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.


Even as he’s likely to receive his third NFL MVP award in 13 days, Rodgers hinted that the unthinkable – he won’t be back for his 17th season with the team and 14th as the team’s starter – isn’t so unthinkable, after all.

Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Lil Wayne Joins Jay-z In Cannabis Business

 


Weezy forayed into the cannabis business with his GKUA Ultra Premium brand in 2019, but will officially launch in Colorado on Wednesday (January 27).


“GKUA is about inspiring people, it’s about a feeling,” the New Orleans legend explained in a statement. “Now Colorado will get to experience the quality and potency of that GKUA.”


The first GKUA line of cannabis products originally launched in California in December of 2019. After landing in Michigan in 2020, they will now expand to their third state this week with Colorado set to open its doors to 32 different dispensaries across the state, which can be found using the Weezy Weed Finder.


“We are thrilled to bring GKUA Ultra Premium to our third state,” GKUA Inc. co-founder Beau Golob relayed. “Harmony is known for their incredible portfolio of cannabis products. They are the perfect partner for GKUA in Colorado. Their cultivators and expert lab teams know exactly what specific qualities, purity and potency are needed to produce GKUA products.

Friday, August 19, 2016

Darren Sharper Sentenced To 18 Years

Former NFL All-Decade Team Safety Darren Sharper was sentenced to 18 years in prison on Thursday, August 18. The 40-year-old fallen star was handed down the judgement following U.S. District Judge Jane Triche Milazzo's rejection of a plea deal that would have allowed for the Virginia native's release after nine years. Sharper plead guilty to conspiracy and distribution of Alprazolam, Diazepam, and Zolpidem with the intent to commit rape, back in March of 2015.

The charges that lead to a conviction stem from up to 16 women coming forward to accuse Sharper of drugging, and in some cases, sexting them on separate occasions between October 2013 and January 2014. Before Sharper admitted to the crimes, prosecutors were primed to go to court with the case, having discovered a trail of incidents across Arizona, Nevada, Louisiana, and California. "They didn't deserve anything being a part of my heinous decisions," Sharper cried, having just learned of his fate for the next two decades. "I still don't know why I lived my life right for 38 years, and then I took this path."

Through 14 seasons with the Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, and New Orleans Saints between 1997 and 2010, Sharper established himself as one of the best defensive players in the game. He was a Super Bowl champion [2010] and a 5-time Pro Bowler, who at the time of his retirement held firm at number six on the all-time interceptions list. In 2016, Sharper made the Hall of Fame ballot. It remains to be seen whether the committee will at some point elect to vote him into the Hall, considering the fact that off-field behavior is not supposed to be taken into account in the process.

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