TMZSports.com Floyd Mayweather remains at the top of Logan Paul 's s*** list -- the YouTuber-turned-fighter tells TMZ Sports he STILL hasn't been paid in full for the bout in June ... saying he's out MILLIONS. It's been 11 months since the social media superstar faced off against Floyd in the ring ... and as each day goes by, Logan is getting more and more upset over the situation. When we caught up with LP at Hard Rock Cafe in NYC this week, he said he is still fighting to get what he deserves ... and he's done talking -- it's time to see him in court. "No, he has not paid me in full," Logan tells us. "That is a fact. Short a few mil." Gallery Launch Gallery Getty When we asked if he's been trying to talk things over with Floyd's camp, Logan makes it clear it's too late for all that. "Nah," Paul added. "We're taking this one to court." "See you in the courtroom. Congrats on going to prison, Floyd." TMZSports.com … [Read more...] about Logan Paul Says Floyd Mayweather Still Hasn’t Paid Him For Fight, See You In Court!
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It starts with one of them casually saying, “Write what you know” — it may be Mark McKinney, slightly leaning back in his chair and staring at the ceiling, or it might be Bruce McCulloch, who’s wandering around the conference room, checking his phone as it charges and idly munching on a pastry. Whoever said it first, it’s definitely Kevin McDonald who quickly jumps in and, as if on cue, immediately chants, “Write what you know!” He says it again, at which point Dave Foley joins in as well. “Write what you know!” “Write what you know!” McKinney and McCulloch, both grinning, start singing along as well: “Write what you know! Write what you know! Write what you know!” Scott Thompson is too busy laughing to harmonize at first, until he finally composes himself, clears his throat, and then beautifully bellows out, in the most operatic tenor imaginable: “Wriiiiite! Whaaat! Yoooouuuu! Knoooooowwwwwwww !!!” Minutes before, the legendary sketch-comedy quintet the Kids in the Hall had … [Read more...] about The Kids in the Hall Are Back — Older, Slightly Less Angry and Still Incredibly F–king Funny
Former Sex Pistol Sid Vicious was arrested on October 12th at the Chelsea Hotel and charged with the fatal stabbing of his girlfriend of almost two years, Nancy Spungen. Spungen, like Vicious (real name John Simon Ritchie) a heroin addict, is thought to have died between the hours of five and nine on the morning Sid was arrested. Her body was found in the bathroom of the couple’s first-floor hotel room in a pool of blood. Dr. Geetha Natarajan, associate medical examiner for Manhattan, said the cause of death was internal hemorrhaging due to a single knife wound to the lower abdomen. Vicious’ personal friends in the punk community immediately suspected that Spungen’s death was part of a botched double suicide. “They were both really depressed and talked about dying the last few weeks,” said a woman who had become friendly with them at the Chelsea. Another friend said the couple had a long-standing agreement that if one died, the other would follow. Then, a week after his release … [Read more...] about Sid Vicious Accused of Murder
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway reported Monday in a securities filing that it has acquired a stake in Paramount Global after acquiring $2.6 billion in Class B shares. The SEC Form 13F filing showed that Buffett’s company acquired almost 69 million shares of Paramount Global during the first quarter, along with revealing that it also took other stakes in companies like Citibank. Overall, the investing giant acquired $51 billion in stocks during the first three months of 2022. Buffett, who also owns stakes in entertainment companies like Apple and Amazon, buys into Paramount Global, formerly ViacomCBS, after the company’s Q1 2022 results included subscriber gains in its flagship streaming service Paramount+ and Tubi, topping expectations. But Wall Street skepticism on the limits of streaming gains sector-wide has kept the stock in the red for the year. Paramount Global stock remains fully majority controlled by Shari Redstone and the Redstone family’s National … [Read more...] about Warren Buffett Reveals $2.6B Investment In Paramount Global
NEW YORK – Like prison guards readying for a riot, a security force of close to five hundred assembled and listened to a quick briefing before going into the cavernous Madison Square Garden for the first of the Who ‘s four sellout concerts. Outside, before the doors were opened, the predominantly male crowd grew larger and the noise level increased proportionately until at seven o’clock a dungareed army of 21,000 ticket holders lurched through the gates and the dash for seats began. There was tension in the air, a tingling sensation, similar to the rush of excitement that prefaced the Stones ‘ concert and Dylan concerts at the Garden. The Who last played New York three years ago, and the day was marked by the fatal stabbing of a guard in front of the Forest Hills Stadium. (The appearances this time around were, in a sense, owed: The Who avoided New York during a 22-date U.S. tour last winter because they couldn’t arrange compatible dates.) In spite of violent incidents at … [Read more...] about Explaining Who-Mania, For Pete’s Sake