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Eminem slams Drew Brees, people who refuse to wear masks in new Kid Cudi song

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Detroit rapper Eminem takes no prisoners on timely new song "The Adventures of Moon Man and Slim Shady" with Kid Cudi.
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Eminem Disses Drew Brees in New Song On Friday morning, Eminem and Kid Cudi released their new collaborative track, "The Adventures Of Moon Man & Slim Shady." In the song, Eminem seemingly takes a shot at New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees, saying “f--- Drew Brees.” Eminem, via new song The...

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Eminem Eminem American rapper, record producer, and actor from Michigan

Stuff You Didn't Know About Daniel Radcliffe [Video]

Stuff You Didn't Know About Daniel Radcliffe

Daniel Radcliffe gained worldwide recognition thanks to his starring role in the "Harry Potter" franchise. Business Insider is revealing stuff about Radcliffe even his most ardent fans don't know. His go-to karaoke song is Eminem's "The Real Slim Shady." His favorite movie of all time is "12 Angry Men." He met his girlfriend, Erin Darke, on the set of the 2013 movie "Kill Your Darlings." He dislikes social media. Spider-Man is Radcliffe's favorite super hero.

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Eminem disses Drew Brees in new song [Video]

Eminem disses Drew Brees in new song

On Friday morning, Eminem and Kid Cudi released their new collaborative track, "The Adventures Of Moon Man & Slim Shady".

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Drew Brees Drew Brees American football quarterback

NFL stars take to social media to voice concerns over lack of safety protocols [Video]

NFL stars take to social media to voice concerns over lack of safety protocols

VIDEO SHOWS: TWEETS AND FILE VIDEO OF NFL PLAYERS PATRICK MAHOMES, RUSSELL WILSON, AND DREW BREES SHOWS: INTERNET (JULY 19, 2020) (SOCIAL MEDIA WEBSITE - ACCESS ALL) (MUTE) 1. STILL IMAGE FROM KANSAS

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NFL's Brees posts letter to Trump [Video]

NFL's Brees posts letter to Trump

NFL quarterback Drew Brees posts message in reply to Donald Trump after the U.S. president attacked protesters who kneel during the national anthem and Brees' apology for remarks he made about the practice.

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Drew Brees Apologizes for ‘Insensitive’ Anti-Kneeling Comments [Video]

Drew Brees Apologizes for ‘Insensitive’ Anti-Kneeling Comments

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees was recently asked what he thought about NFL players who kneel during the national anthem.

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Kid Cudi Kid Cudi American rapper, singer, songwriter, and actor from Ohio


Detroit Detroit Largest city in Michigan

Longtime Detroit sports media personality Jamie Samuelsen dies at 48

Jamie Samuelsen, a longtime voice on the Detroit sports media scene, has died at 48 after a lengthy battle with colon cancer.

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Suspect Arrested In Case Of Murdered Michigan Pro Poker Player [Video]

Suspect Arrested In Case Of Murdered Michigan Pro Poker Player

Police have arrested a man in connection with the death of professional poker player Susie Zhao. Newser reports Zhao's body was found badly burned on July 13th, near the Pontiac Lake Recreation Area outside Detroit. She had raked in more than $152,000 as a professional player and was said to be good at paying her debts. Police in White Lake Township, Michigan, took a 60-year-old Pontiac man into custody after pulling him over near the I-275 and Michigan Avenue.

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Rookie cop seeks change from within [Video]

Rookie cop seeks change from within

[NFA] A look at one rookie police officer from Detroit, and a student advocate from New York City, who vow to change policing from within. Gavino Garay has the story.

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