Which may come as a little shock to Bible readers who thought the Word was God.
The Houston Texans defensive end, who is out for the season following back surgery, has been linked to soccer star Kealia Ohai since July. for a really long time, and we’ve always been really great friends, and yeah, I’m really proud of him for everything he’s been going through, but it’s been pretty crazy with all the rumors.” Watt, 27, has kept quiet about his personal life, and the 24-year-old Ohai — who was named Thursday to the US Women’s National Team roster for a pair of friendly matches next month — has yet to appear on Watt’s social media feeds. It just hasn’t worked.” Perhaps he’ll have better luck with Ohai at his side.
“Bringing a girl into this life and the scrutiny and the criticism that comes with it — no matter how perfect the girl is — people are gonna rip her to shreds because that’s the social media world we live in today.” Watt made a cameo appearance on Kate Hudson’s Snapchat back in April, sparking rumors of a possible romance. “People [I know] think that I’ve never dated before or whatever,” he told last year.
Yep, you'll remember when hair was really that big, when drums were that up front in the mix, when video was young(er) and so were you., reaching No.
, director Guy Ritchie defended the performance, saying: "He was fantastic, I love old Becksy.
NBC's shows look too old and white, Fox's are too bro-y, and ABC's seem self-consciously edgy.
, which has somehow managed to feel hip and truly for everyone (despite the world "girl" in the title), while still being, you know, a semi-traditional network sitcom — badger-filled air ducts and all.
Well, for some forgotten, for others just filed away, and for others still, a totally brand-new discovery.
Whichever category you fall into, each week we'll feature a video that's possibly been collecting dust when what it really deserves is a fresh look.
The latter interpretation was further fueled by a portion of an MTV interview where Smith talks about the song.
"One particular night, my uncle burst through the window, and he did unspeakable things," said Smith, before adding with a laugh, "He didn't really." Pope is quick to point out that his friend and collaborator's knack for imaginative storytelling often spills over into real life.
The group escapes the police sting on motorcycles to the seedy underbelly where Blackmon quickly disses hip-hop culture ("All you sucker DJs who think you're fly…you're acting like fools"), and proclaims the need to dance.