Kevin Durant might have upset Oklahoma City Thunder fans — and some other NBA diehards — when he decided to sign with the Golden State Warriors earlier this month, but there’s at least a single group of people that virtually undoubtedly nonetheless has the former MVP’s back: Rappers.
Some of the most notable names in the game — from Jay Z to Drake to Wale to J. Cole — have been shouting out Durant in their rhymes for years. The reason is nearly often the identical: Who wouldn’t want to be compared to one particular of the very best at their craft?
It wouldn’t be inconceivable that an individual of KD’s accomplishment and fame would be unfazed by those sorts of lyrical nods. But as he explains in a new interview with Genius, that’s not the case at all.
Miley Cyrus has a daunting task in front of her as tonight’s host of the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards. But she’s remaining cool.
“I believed it was going to be a bigger deal in my life, like it was going to be a tiny more preparation,” Miley stated backstage, a day ahead of the show, tucked up onto a dressing table. “Everything appears pretty normal. It is fairly mellow.”
Not only will your favored celebs win Moonmen on Sunday night, but absolutely everyone from The Weeknd to Nicki Minaj will perform, with Miley playing emcee.
Even although Miley’s been known to turn up from time to time, she also knows how to sustain her chill. And with her outlook and manage more than the VMAs, she knows that almost everything will turn out OK.
“I’m not scared simply because I do not know what the worst thing that could happen is,” she stated, searching relaxed in a fruits-and-veggies-printed bodysuit. “I do not see something that could occur. I feel like every thing I do at times feels like déjà vu, like I really feel like I’ve currently accomplished it in my head. If you only feel the constructive stuff, there’s nothing at all that could happen.”
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