When it comes to White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, most people would not immediately label him as a “smart guy.” He has drawn criticism for making false and often controversial statements, and his general combativeness with the press. But he is human, is he not? Are you perfect? He deserves a champion. And that champion is me.
I’m going to outline exactly how Sean Spicer is actually a genius, and how everything he’s doing is actually going really well.
Former UCLA star Lonzo Ball was selected by his hometown Los Angeles Lakers with the second overall pick of Thursday’s NBA Draft. Lonzo’s father, LaVar Ball, has been a media figure of Trumpian omnipresence since he started making bombastic comments right around March Madness.
LaVar is ostensibly being such a blowhard to promote his family’s Big Baller Brand, hoping to facilitate sales of sneakers and apparel. But LaVar’s constant thirst for attention has made some wonder if it will make NBA life harder for Lonzo as he enters the world’s top basketball league.
Now we have an answer. Within minutes of Lonzo becoming a pro, we learned unequivocally that, yes, NBA players will target the Lakers rookie out of resentment for his father. …
Native Cosmetics, an indie cosmetics brand that prides itself on being a “deodorant company that isn’t a chemistry experiment,” recently launched a limited-edition box set of three “brunch scented” deodorants, featuring sangria, mimosa, and, yes, rosé.
The best part? It’s alcohol- and paraben-free, so you won’t have to mess around with irritating chemicals to fully indulge in rosé season. …
Tweet at a celebrity and you never know what the response response.
Photographer Shawn Theodore uploaded an adorable video to Twitter of his daughter pretending to FaceTime R&B singer Solange Knowles. The young fan thought she was talking to the real Solange, and so her father thought he would try to make that the case.