Me interviewing Aaron for Complex is one of the best things I’ve done all year.
Tell that to Sally Jessy Raphael. Do you ever worry about any backlash from Jordan?
Dude’s pretty powerful, but I’m not actually worried. We’re in two different universes. You know what his reaction was? Somebody probably asked him “have you seen this Tumblr called What the Fuck is Michael Jordan Wearing?'” and his response was probably “what the fuck is a Tumblr?” He probably has too much money to care.
Read the full interview here.
Couldn’t let this one slide. It’s a “gif(t)” as Bol would say. Below, she teacher Jimmy Fallon how to Cat Daddy…
A little something I did for Complex to kick off Summer. I must say that research for this jawn was fun.
Today marks the beginning of summer, and along with the solstice comes the season’s gift: skin. The weather is hot and girls are dressing less, and many will be hitting the beach in next to nothing all summer long.
You know what’s better than girls wearing next to nothing? Girls wearing nothing. ‘Tis the season for topless and nude beaches, and bold girls will be flocking to them throughout the warmer months with the goal of erasing tan lines. Naturally, there will be dudes journeying to the beach just to catch a glimpse, and even couples aiming to enjoy the freedom of nudity together.
Some women are more comfortable taking it off in foreign countries, and some don’t care—they’ll do it Stateside. Complex cares though, so much that we’ve taken the time to compile the 50 Best Topless Beaches and Pools in the World.
If you’re wondering, it was fun.
Goddamn I love this jawn. From her sass and a teen in KIDS, to her….”talents” in He Got Game and that fuckin’ silver dress in 25th Hour, I’ve always loved this jawn. The video below is why-she just looks like fun. Even in her early 30’s, she still looks like she will shoplift with you and then top you off as you speed away in the getaway vehicle.
Now that’s a lady….
“We want to play basketball.”
That’s what David Stern said this morning after a meeting yielded a tentative agreement to end the second NBA lockout since 1998 and hopefully start the season on Christmas Day.
After a secret meeting earlier this week, the sides met for more than 15 hours Friday, working to try to save the season. This handshake deal, however, still must be ratified by both owners and players.
Stern said it was “subject to a variety of approvals and very complex machinations, but we’re optimistic that will all come to pass and that the NBA season will begin Dec. 25.”
The 66-game season will jump off on Christmas with Celtics vs. Knicks, a Heat vs. Mavericks NBA Finals rematch and finally Bulls vs. Lakers. Training camps should open on Dec. 9th, as long s majority vote is reached on each side to ratify the agreement. The league will need 15 votes from the 29 owners, and the players union will need most of its 430+ members to give the thumbs up. Once the union reforms, that shouldn’t be a problem.