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Friday, November 14, 2014

This Week: Eminem vs. Lana, Lorde vs. Diplo, and Mick Fleetwood vs. The Whitehouse Lawn

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"But I may fight for gay rights, especially if the dyke is more of a knockout than Janay Rice/ Play nice? Bitch I'll punch Lana Del Rey right in the face twice, like Ray Rice in broad daylight in the plain sight of the elevator surveillance/ ’Til her head is banging on the railing, then celebrate with the Ravens."
Eminem, in a new cypher, proudly declaring that he's still a misogynistic homophobe. Fuck this guy. (YouTube)

"@LanaDelRey tell him to go back to his trailer park and eat his microwave hot pocket dinner and suck on his sisters tiddies."
Azealia Banks has some ideas about how Lana Del Rey should respond to Eminem's jackassery... (Twitter)

"Someone should make a kickstarter to get taylor swift a booty"
Diplo is that bully in middle school who likes to pick on girls he doesn't even know. (Twitter)

"@diplo should we do something about your tiny penis while we're at it hm"
And Lorde is that girl everyone wants to be best friends with. (Twitter)

"Me personally? I don't fucking care. That's just me, because I'm playing two nights at Wembley next summer. I want people to hear our music, I don't care if you pay $1 or fucking $20 for it, just listen to the fucking song. But I can understand how other people would object to that. You want people to fucking listen to your music? Give them your music. And then go play a show. They like hearing your music? They'll go see a show. To me it's that simple, and I think it used to work that way."
Um. No it didn't, Dave Grohl. People used to have to pay for music in a very consistent manner. (NME)

"You were one of the guys who inspired me to touch the Mic. Rip Big Bank Hank. #ThankYou. #Tears"
LL Cool J paid tribute to rap pioneer, Big Bank Hank of The Sugarhill Gang, who died on Tuesday. (Twitter)



"One of my favorite bands is ABBA."
Motorhead's on the verge of its 40th anniversary, but Lemmy is still full of surprises. (Huffington Post)

"I was dying to pee and I didn't have time to go back to the house before we appeared. I was saying to my manager, 'What the fuck am I going to do?' ...The security guys must have heard because suddenly this fella with an earpiece said something like 'permission granted to urinate on the lawn.' One of our musicians took a picture of me doing it. I don't think Bill and Hillary knew about it, but they'd forgive me."
Mick Fleetwood from Fleetwood Mac peed on the lawn of the White House once. Is that better or worse than Ozzy peeing on the Alamo? (The Guardian)

"The flags, armbands, and gas mask (and perhaps my use of symmetry?) are all representative of Nazis... As far as an explanation, I think it's actually important to remind younger generations of atrocities that occurred in the past as a way to prevent them from happening in the future... So if my work is misinterpreted because it's not a sappy tearjerker, sorry I'm not sorry. What else is trending?"
The guy who came up with that Nazi-fueled Nicki Minaj video is standing by it. (MySpace)

“I listened to it once, but it’s so marred by that whole sort of... Orwellian, 1984 extreme that it just kinda sounds like a fart any way you listen to it.”
Taylor Hawkins' take on that U2 album might be the funniest one yet. (themusic.com.au)

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