Madusa (known as Alundra Blayze in the WWF) helped relaunch the WWF’s women’s division in 1994. There was renewed interest in women’s wrestling from Vince McMahon and for about a year and a half, Madusa defended her title against names like Bull Nakano, Bertha Faye, and Aja Kong. It seemed like she was being groomed to be the female face of the company but she quietly disappeared from WWE television towards the end of 2015. What many fans did not know is that McMahon had given up on the women’s division and it was his decision to release Madusa from the company.
Madusa shocked the wrestling world when she appeared on an episode of WCW Monday Nitro with the WWF Women’s title in her hands. Madusa proclaimed that WCW has been known as the place where “The Big Boys Play” but she will make sure that it also became where “The Big Girls Play.” That’s when she proceeded to toss the Women’s title in a trash can.
Several years later, it was revealed that she didn’t want to disrespect the Women’s title and it was something that WCW head Eric Bischoff wanted her to do. She was erased from WWE for many years until fences were mended in 2015 and she was inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame.
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Eminem fires back at Machine Gun Kelly with “Killshot” diss track (listen here)
Eminem promised that he would fire back at Machine Gun Kelly and he came through on Friday with the NSFW tracked titled “Killshot.”
Your reply got the crowd yellin’ ‘Ooo’, so before you die let’s see who can out-petty who with your corny lines,” he raps. “I’m 45 and I’m still out-selling you.”
Their issues date back to 2012 when MGK tweeted that Eminem’s then-16-year-old daughter Hallie was “hot as (expletive).” MGK later said that his tweet resulted in him getting blackballed from the music industry.
The feud escalated when MGK responded in a diss track titled “Rap Devil,” days after Eminem mentioned him on the “Kamikaze” album.
We’ll see how MGK responds to this. Here is the “Killshot” track that was released today:
Norm Macdonald explains his recent #MeToo comments
Norm Macdonald is setting the record straight after the backlash he received for comments about the #MeToo movement.
Macdonald was on The View on Thursday and said that his comments about #MeToo were taken out of context. He also said that his comment about being glad that #MeToo slowing down was a reference to Chris Hardwick and that people should not automatically make a judgment on a he-said-she-said case. Macdonald acknowledged that if someone had accusations from “500 women” then “obviously the guy is guilty.”
He was also asked about his “Tonight Show” appearance being canceled in the wake of his comments. The full interview can be seen below.
Mac Miller dead at 26 of apparent overdose
Mac Miller has died. TMZ is reporting that police were called around noon on Friday to his home in San Bernadino, CA and he was pronounced dead at the scene. Their police sources believe it was an overdose.
Miller was reportedly dealing with substance abuse issues and those issues were the deal breaker during his relationship with Ariana Grande.
Miller crashed into a utility pole in May and was arrested for DUI hit and run. He later confessed at his home after running away from the cops and he blew 2 times the legal limit.
Miller was scheduled to on tour next month beginning with a show in San Francisco. He was just 26 years old.