AAA To Offer Tow-to-Go Free Towing This Fourth Of July Weekend

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AAA Auto Club South has once again teamed up with Budweiser to offer their “Tow to Go” service. This Fourth of July Weekend, the two are providing a free tow and ride home for drivers who have had too much to drink.

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Lab Test Reveals KFC Chicken That Looked Like A Rat Was Chicken

Besides this terrible commercial, I don’t think I’ve paid much attention to anything that KFC has done over the past few years. Well last week a picture that a man in California posted online went viral after he claimed that the chicken chain served him a deep fried rat.

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Maya Rudolph Impersonates Rachel Dolezal On ‘Late Night With Seth Meyers’

It was only a matter of time before Rachel Dolezal was impersonated on some national platform, and there probably wasn’t anybody better to do it than Maya Rudolph, and Rudolph did exactly that on last nights episode of Late Night With Seth Meyers (with wig and all).

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Kendrick Lamar’s Best Guest Verses

Photographer: Ty Wright / @tru2ty

Photographer: Ty Wright / @tru2ty

By now we all know Kendrick Lamar‘s rise to fame. He became a household name after his debut (?) album Good Kid, M.A.A.D City sold 242,000 copies in the first week of release in 2012. The album featured guest appearances from Dr. Dre, Drake, Jay Rock and Mary J. Blige (on the deluxe version) and earned high-praise from critics. K.Dot followed up Good Kid, M.A.A.D City with another critically-acclaimed hit with To Pimp a Butterfly earlier this year.

Prior to Kendrick’s mainstream success with M.A.A.D City and Butterfly, he caught the attention of hip-hop heads with successful mixtapes like Training Day, C4, Overly Dedicated and Section.80. There is even an ongoing argument about which album was truly his debut. Was it Section.80 or M.A.A.D City?

Regardless of where you stand on that debate (I say M.A.A.D City), Kendrick has also become one of the most sought-after artists to work with. He’s appeared as a guest on songs with Eminem, Drake, 50 Cent, Game, Pusha T and Schoolboy Q to name a few. With that being said, here’s a look at some of Kendrick Lamar’s best guest appearances to date (offered without comment).

10. Jay Rock feat. Kendrick Lamar – “Pay For It”

9. A$AP Rocky feat. 2 Chainz, Drake and Kendrick Lamar – “Fuckin’ Problems”

8. Meek Mill feat. Kendrick Lamar – “A1 Everything”

7. Schoolboy Q feat. Kendrick Lamar – “Collard Greens”

6. Dom Kennedy feat. Kendrick Lamar – “We Ball”

5. Imagine Dragons feat. Kendrick Lamar – “Radioactive (Remix)”

4. Pusha T feat. Kendrick Lamar – “Nosetalgia”

3. Eminem feat. Kendrick Lamar – “Love Game”

2. Schoolboy Q feat. Kendrick Lamar and Ab-Soul – “Blessed”

1. Game feat. Kendrick Lamar – “The City”

Honorable mention:

“1Train” – A$AP Rocky feat. Kendrick Lamar, Joey Bada$$, Yelawolf, Danny Brown, Action Bronson and Big K.R.I.T.

“Autumn Leaves” – Chris Brown feat. Kendrick Lamar

“Catch a Fade” – E-40 feat. Kendrick Lamar and Droop-E

“We Up” – 50 Cent feat. Kendrick Lamar

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With so many options to choose from, it really is easier said than done trying to pick his 10 best guest appearances. K.Dot has remained relatively quiet in 2015, opting to focus mainly on the new album while still managing to sneak in a few appearances with Snoop Dogg and Taylor Swift.

You may feel the need to debate this top 10, but is there really a bad Kendrick Lamar verse? You can argue that just about any verse is deserving of a mention.

Photo credit: Ty Wright, @Tru2Ty

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Jeanius Of The Week: Man Gets Arrested Because Of Selfies Posted On Facebook

If I’m not mistaken this is the first time we’re coming to my new state of residence, Tennessee, for the Jeanius of the Week. That’s where we find Malik First Born Allah Farrad, AKA Marvin Maurice Buckles, a convicted felon who’s Facebook posts have landed him back in jail and that’s why he’s this weeks Jeanius of the Week.

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Miguel Releases Releases “Coffee” Music Video, Announces Summer Tour

If you’re a big fan of Miguel, and if you know me then you know that I am, these past couple days have been really good to you! Not only did he release  the video for the first single off his WILDHEART album, out June 29, “Coffee” he also announced a summer tour!

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Zoe Saldana Tells ‘Us Weekly’ That Husband Took Her Last Name

A few years back, the internet went into an uproar when it was rumored that Jay Z, real name Sean Carter, took his wife Beyonce Knowles last name after they were married. Well during an interview with Us Weekly she made the announcement that her her husband, Marco Perego, took her last name after they got married in 2013.

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Tracy Morgan Gives Emotional First Interview After His Car Accident Last June

It’s been almost a year since the tragic accident, with a Walmart truck, which left Tracy Morgan severely injured and killed his friend/mentor James McNair. Last week the comedian/actor settled his lawsuit with Walmart and today he gave Matt Lauer of The TODAY Show an exclusive, and very emotional, interview about the accident and the loss of his friend.

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Colorado High School Valedictorian’s Speech Cancelled Because He Was Going Come Out As Gay During The Speech

It’s graduation season all across the country, and students are heading out into the “real world.” Well the graduation at the Twin Peaks Charter Academy in Longmont, Colorado is going to be a little bit different as the Valedictorian didn’t give his speech at the graduation.

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Iggy Azalea Cancels ‘The Great Escape Tour’ To Finish New Album

Back in December Iggy Azalea announced her ‘Great Escape Tour‘ which was supposed to be supported by Tinashe and Nick Jonas. In March it was announced that the tour was postponed with rumored issues with her management, with Iggy citing wanting everything to be perfect creatively for the postponement. Well now the tour is officially off.

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