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NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 30: Snoop Dogg performs on stage at the TIDAL Live event during Advertising Week 2015 AWXII at Webster Hall on September 30, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Matthew Eisman/Getty Images for AWXII)
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Touchdown: Snoop Dogg To Host Football Talk Show

Snoop is getting ready for some footballlllllllllll!

Snoop Dogg will be giving you the play-by-play in his exclusive Adidas sports talk show which will lead up to the biggest football game of the season- Super Bowl 50.

The football fanatic and life-lesson sage will host an eight-episode series, Turf'd Up, which will begin streaming on Dec. 30 via the rapper's YouTube channel, WestFest TV, Adweek reports. New episodes will be released every Wednesday afterwards.

"We have a long-standing relationship with Coach Snoop, which includes everything from working with him to design signature footwear, apparel and uniforms, to the sponsoring the SYFL—his grassroots football program," said Adidas' VP for Team Sports, Mark Daniels. "Turf'd Up is the natural extension of our partnership and provides the perfect platform to showcase Coach Snoop's talent, his knowledge of the game and how Adidas Football is the only brand that fuses sports and culture."

In the show's trailer, Coach Snoop invites guests from the sports and entertainment world, including Terrell Owens, John Stalley, George Lopez and YouTuber iJustine.

"We knew that we wanted to tap into Coach Snoop's natural hosting abilities to create this one-of-a-kind talk show," said Nick Adler, the Senior Vice President of the series' developer, Cashmere Agency.

Check out the trailer below, and keep it locked to Snoop's YouTube channel for future episodes.

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A Philadelphia Barber Was Told He Couldn't Give Free Haircuts To The Homeless

In 2017, Brennon Jones made headlines with a thoughtful act of kindness. The Philadelphia native began giving the city's homeless people free haircuts. The loving act merited praise online, from Mayor Jim Kenney, and Philadelphia's City Hall which granted him permission to set up provisional barbershops on the street.

However, on April 14 of this year Jones, now 30, says he was approached by an officer who demanded he "shut down immediately" without any justification. Jones refused.

"I told him I wouldn’t shut down until I got more information,” Jones said. “The whole initiative is built around the homeless. I don’t just give them haircuts — I feed them, I clothe them and provide them with toiletries as well.”

A cellphone recording of the encounter has since gone viral and been viewed more than 700,000 times.

Philadelphia Police trying to shut down a black man giving free haircuts to the homeless.

THIS IS INFURIATING. THIS IS SO OUTRAGEOUS.

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— StanceGrounded (@_SJPeace_) April 14, 2019

The officer eventually continued on but left Jones rattled. “I was a little fearful,” he tells PEOPLE. “At the time … I was cutting my fifth person.”

A statement from the Philadelphia police alleges residents in the area complained about the leftover hair. The cops say Jones wasn't told to shut down but to simply move “due to complaints from businesses about loose hair on the street.”

Jones doesn't buy it and insists he has someone with him to clean up the hair after he's done with his haircut.

“I feel as though that may have just been their excuse to clear their name,” the barber says. “[The officer] didn’t say they’d receive any complaints, he didn’t say there was hair blowing, he just said, ‘You have to shut down immediately.’ ”

Jones has been cutting hair for a while and reportedly works from 11 AM to sunset and can be found between 8th and Market. Despite the unsettling interaction with the cops, Jones says he won't stop.

“Issues come and go. It may be the cops one day. It may be somebody else the next day,” Jones says. “I won’t let it discourage me in any way … I’m just focused on providing a service for the less fortunate.”

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G Herbo poses backstage at Spotify's RapCaviar Live in Chicago at Aragon Ballroom on October 20, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Timothy Hiatt/Getty Images for Spotify)
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G-Herbo Arrested In Atlanta On Battery Charge

According to the Atlanta Police Department, G Herbo was arrested Wednesday, (April 17.) The rapper was booked with a simple battery charge and has yet to be released. The circumstances surrounding the arrest have yet to be revealed to the public, however, an Instagram video from six days ago shows what appears to be the Chicago native being physically attacked by his ex-girlfriend Ariana Fletcher.

The video may originate from the night of Herbo and Fletcher's son's birthday party, which the two celebrated together. Videos from the celebration showed the two seemingly getting along and throwing cake in each other's faces.

This is not Herbo's first run-in with the law. In February of 2018, his limousine driver reported Herbo and a few of his friends to the police for carrying handguns. All three were arrested and charged with aggravated unlawful use of a weapon.

Herbo nor his representatives have spoken out in regards to his Wednesday arrest.

More updates to follow.

 

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TSR STAFF: Christina C! @cdelafresh __________ #TSRExclusive: #GHerbo is currently locked up in a #FultonCounty, Georgia, jail on a battery charge. __________ Fulton County sheriff’s records show G Herbo was arrested Wednesday but the circumstances surrounding his arrest were not immediately available. __________ It’s unclear when his next court appearance will be and records show that he was still in custody late Thursday morning. We’ll keep you up-to-date on this tea, #Roommates.

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Rihanna Calls Donald Glover "A True Gem To The Culture"

Rihanna and Donald Glover's short film Guava Island debuted at Coachella after Glover's set at the music festival last weekend. It was subsequently released on Amazon Prime to reach the non-attendees of the annual event and now since its premiere, RiRi is speaking out on it.

On Wednesday night (April 17), the "Diamonds" singer took to her Instagram page to express her gratitude to Glover and thanked her fans for their responses. "So happy you guys felt the beauty in this film," she wrote. "@childishgambino you are a true gem to the culture. I'm so proud of you and the work you put into making this film. I felt how close this was to you and your entire team."

Guava Island tells the story of Deni and Kofi, played by Glover and Rihanna, respectively, and how Deni as a musician hopes to liberate the people of the country by holding a festival. Glover and RiRi play love interests in the film that also features Black Panther's Letitia Wright and Nonso Anozie of Game of Thrones.

 

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wow! the response to #GuavaIsland has been quite overwhelming. So happy you guys felt the beauty in this film! @childishgambino you are a true gem to the culture. I’m so proud of you and the work you put into making this film. I felt how close this was to you and your entire team! Thank you for trusting me with this role! It was the greatest experience being in Cuba, phones off, present with life and art! It was humbling! I loved watching every second of it! Go to @amazonprimevideo to watch if you haven’t already! #GuavaIsland

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The short film, written by Glover's brother Stephen Glover, has received a Rotten Tomatoes audience score rating of 87 percent, additionally spawning memes on social media from fans requesting the soundtrack to the movie, to poking fun at the Atlanta actor's dancing.

me hearing die with you and saturday in guava island pic.twitter.com/SBu2ipWzb3

— naked brothers band stan (@sorryimlikealex) April 14, 2019

guava island is 55 minutes of this pic.twitter.com/xoFzdvMY4w

— im baby (@thursdaygirIie) April 15, 2019

childish gambino: rihanna: pic.twitter.com/ULtEqIKGdr

— B7 ✨ (@M_eazyyyy) April 14, 2019

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