The latest Game Of Thrones trailer didn’t show fans much. The first official trailer for the final season of HBO’s hit series hit the web this week, and it caused quite a stir. The teaser shows Sansa Stark, Arya Stark, and Jon Snow in the Crypts of Winterfell. The underground graveyard is where the legends of the Stark family are buried and remembered, and will surely be a place of importance when it comes to Snow learning of his true identity. The three siblings approach three statues in the crypt, one representing each of the Stark children that are present. Eagle-eyed fans noticed that Jon Snow’s statue looked much older than Sansa and Arya’s.
Donald Trump didn’t win the popular vote, and has not been a popular man as of late. His fight for a border wall has left the government in what is now the longest government shutdown in American history. Government workers are not impressed, and critics of Trump are selling the narrative that the president doesn’t care about those who work for the United States of America. The drama even led to White House staffers such as chefs taking off, which forced Trump to serve Clemson fast food on their trip to the White House.
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In just 30 seconds, 30 rounds were fired and the tensions between a crew of thieving cowboys and vigilante lawmen came to an explosive head.
Future is gearing up to drop his latest album The WIZRD tomorrow, which means he’s heavy on the promo runs. The ATLien stopped by Genius to speak about his new album, and he also touches on a number of other topics. The moment that caught many of his fans by surprise though, was his admission to fearing the backlash from fans after quitting lean. “It’s like me taking a chance on when I was, I didn’t want to tell nobody I stopped drinking lean,” Future says at the 12:07 mark. “I didn’t want to tell because I felt then they gonna be like, ‘Oh, his music changed because he ain’t drinking lean no more. Oh, I can hear when he changed.’ And people are like, ‘Damn, you won’t even say it.’ It just be hard when your fans so used to you a certain kind of way with a certain persona, you be afraid to change. You’re afraid if they would not even accept me no more.”
Nas’ Stillmatic dropped at the tail end of 2001, and he delivered the most talked about record for the next several years. “Ether” is regarded by many as the best hip-hop diss song of all time. Rappers began to use the term “ethered” to describe how they would annihilate enemies, further solidifying the legendary status of the track. Months after the album dropped, Nas did an interview with Wendy Williams that has only just resurfaced. Wasit deep in the beef with Jigga, Nas lashes out at his nemesis by calling him out for associating with R. Kelly.