Talk about taking advantage of an opportunity. According to The New York Daily News, celebrity boxing promoter Damon Feldman has said an offer from billionaire soda bottling heir Alki David has offered to donate $1 million in charity in each of Chris Brown‘s and Drake‘s names if they agree to duke it out in the ring.
“Obviously they have a grudge. It’s just three 1-minute rounds. No one will get seriously hurt,” Feldman told the Daily News.
He said the pay-per-view event could be in Las Vegas or Los Angeles with a target date of Aug. 25.
Be honest. If Chris Brown and Drake agreed to this, how many of you would watch the fight? I know I probably would. Chris‘ reps have said that no one in his camp has even heard of the offer but that doesn’t mean it isn’t true. To capitalize on the situation even more, promoter Feldman wants to make the situation messy and even throw Rihanna into the mix…
This is a little out of nowhere but it damn sure is the truth! According to The Wrap, yesterday legendary producer Quincy Jones was a part of the launch of the new Spotify app, that features playlists created by artists. The playlists, which were rolled out today, was created to help users navigate through the 16 million + songs that Spotify hosts.
Spotify invited some of the artists who created playlists to the event, including Quincy and crooner Bruno Mars. During a Q & A from the audience, someone apparently asked a question which prompted Quincy to go into a discussion with Bruno on the importance of an artist learning their craft. I guess from there it kinda went down hill because before you know it, Quincy was taking a left hook-right hook-uppercut shot at P. Diddy: