Julia Fox Addresses Rumors Kanye West Romance Is a Setup
Looks like there’s some bad blood between Kim Kardashian‘s ex and her new flame.
Ye, formerly known asKanye West,dropped a new song on Friday, Jan. 14, in which he raps about beating up Pete Davidson.
In “Eazy,” a collaboration with The Game, Ye sings, “God saved me from that crash, just so I can beat Pete Davidson’s ass,” before a woman’s voice asks, “Who?”
Elsewhere in the song, Ye, who survived a near-fatal car crash in 2002, also seemingly raps about his four children with Kim. “I watch four kids for, like, five hours a day,” he says, later adding, “I got love for the nannies, but real family is better / The cameras watch the kids, y’all stop takin’ the credit.”
Easy also contains the lyrics: “Non-custodial dad, I bought the house next door / What you think the point of really bein’ rich for? / When you give ’em everything they only want more / Bougie and unruly, y’all need to do some chores.”
The musician, 44, also appears to reference his 2021 split from Kim, 41, in the lyrics: “We havin’ the best divorce ever / If we go to court, we’ll go to court together / Matter of fact, pick up your sis, we’ll go to Kourt’s together.”
Finally, Ye, who recent began seeing actress Julia Fox, raps, “And my new bitch bad / I know Illuminati mad.”
The diss track comes just days after Kim and Pete enjoyed a pizza date together in Los Angeles.
“It’s all very light and fun. It’s a huge change and just what she needs right now. She’s enjoying it being easy and effortless,” a source told E! News. “Pete is charming and funny. They light up around each other and its very sweet.”
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The insider explained that Kim is keeping her love life separate from her role as a mom. Per the source, the SKIMS founder isn’t “at a point” yet where she wants to bring Pete around her kids.
“She’s keeping it all separate for right now. She wants to be respectful of the kids’ feelings,” the insider said. “What she does with Pete, she does when she isn’t with the kids.”
But Kim, who filed for divorce last February, isn’t the only one who is seemingly moving on. Ye has also been spotted on recent outings with multiple women, including Miami hangouts with artist Audri Nix and Julia, who he also treated to a Broadway show and a hotel suite full of clothes in New York City.
“It was every girl’s dream come true,” Julia wrote of their date for Interview, along with photos of the new couple locking lips. “It felt like a real Cinderella moment. I don’t know how he did it, or how he got all of it there in time.”
Saying they had an “instant connection,” the Uncut Gems star dished, “His energy is so fun to be around. He had me and my friends laughing, dancing, and smiling all night.”
“She’s the only one in his heart and he believes they are soulmates and will end up back together,” the second insider said earlier this month. “The other women that he is spending time with are a distraction. He likes the attention that he’s getting from them, but that’s all it is.”
In fact, he told Hollywood Unlockedthat he intends to stay close to his kids amid the divorce. “My solace comes from seeing my kids and getting a solid schedule,” the Donda rapper said, per a clip posted on Jan. 14. “That’s why I even got the house [across the street]. They flipped it in the media like it was something wrong with me getting a house next to my kids.”
Browns DT Malik McDowell arrested fully naked in Florida.
Cleveland Browns defensive tackle Malik McDowell is accused of walking around naked in front of a South Florida learning center. When a Broward County Sheriff’s Office deputy arrived, he allegedly attacked him.
The 25-year-old football player was then tased. McDowell is charged with aggravated battery on an officer, resisting arrest with violence and exposure of sex organs in public.
The graphic video obtained by TMZ Sports, shows the arrest and altercation.
According to the New York Post, his defense attorney believes his client could have been slipped something.
“Apparently somebody may have slipped him something or given him something he was unaware of, which explains some of his bizarre behavior,” said McDowell’s defense attorney.
In a statement, the Browns said they’re “aware of the very concerning incident,” and are gathering more information and will have no further comment at this time.
This season, McDowell appeared in 15 games, recording three sacks and 19 solo tackles. He will be an unrestricted free agent this offseason.
McDowell had been arrested three other times including for resisting arrest and assault.
Some online accounts suggest his actions could be the result of a mental heath issue.
Police in Washington, D.C. have released a video in hopes that the public may have some information in the brazen daylight carjacking of a city council candidate at a gas station this past weekend.
D.C. politician and Council at Large candidate Nate Fleming can be seen in the video walking to his vehicle when a SUV pulls up beside him, with a gunman immediately jumping out of the passenger side, who pointed the gun at him. The politician gives up his car keys and the assailants make their getaway in the SUV and Fleming’s BMW.
Fleming took to Twitter after the incident, tweeting, “To be threatened at gunpoint is shocking,” he wrote, “but I am not surprised that I was attacked given the increase in carjackings and the crisis facing young people in this city.”
After establishing its ambitions for the new digital frontier, adidas Originals is diving deeper into the metaverse to introduce a new chapter of its ongoing partnership with luxury collaborator, Prada.
The two iconic brands are joining forces to disrupt the metaverse through a charitable lens that puts creators at the forefront. Prada’s foray into the metaverse will take the form of a global, user-generated NFT art project, utilizing blockchain Polygon Web3. This first-of-its-kind interactive platform will allow the metaverse community to contribute to an NFT made up of 3,000 individual tiles that will then be developed into one final art piece by digital artist & educator Zach Lieberman.
The final adidas x Prada NFT piece will be auctioned off with primary sale profits going to climate-focused organizations Slow Factory and UNESCO Sea Beyond, and a percentage of sales will be split between the creators of the tile artwork – including any secondary sales of Lieberman’s final work each time it is sold. Acknowledging the fundamental role of creators, all 3,000 works featured in the final NFT project will be minted as unique NFTs that each contributor will own and can sell on the secondary market.
Each tile and the final piece will be inspired by the recently releasedPrada Re-Nylon collection – a sustainable, reimagined luxury sportswear collection, released in collaboration with adidas, that is composed of Prada’s signature, recyclable Re-Nylon fabric.