Your internet browsing habits reveal a lot about your personality. Oftentimes, web browsing is a solitary activity, if someone were to look at the websites you visit it reveals intimate secrets. A good example would be if you were planning to commit murder and Googled the best methods.
Nowadays it is commonplace for internet browsing to be used as evidence in court, almost like a character testimony. You might think that the type of porn you watch is your biggest secret, but that is the least of your worries.
Today we’re going to look at the music video for Migos’ “T-Shirt” the second single from their breakout album Culture. The rap trio recently came into the mainstream with their hit, “Bad and Boujee”; we could have analysed this video but it’s standard rap fodder. The scenes goes like this: Rapping in the hood – Rapping in a chicken shop – Girls dancing – Riding quad bikes through the ghetto.
David Haye [28-3, 26 KO] has lost his much-anticipated heavyweight boxing contest with underdog Tony Bellew [29-2-1, 19 KO]. It was embarrassing for Haye. Going into the fight people still regarded him as a top heavyweight, but the fight showed that the Hayemaker is long past his prime. It’s time for him to go back into retirement. Then Haye can live out his years talking to Carl Froch on Sky Sports Boxing about that time he fought George Groves in front of 80,00 people at Wembley.
Haye v Bellew was a dramatic grudge match that was heavily hyped in the build-up due to the acrimony displayed by both fighters. Punches were thrown at press conferences and insults flew between the fighters, sometimes these were directed at the audience. It was high drama and surprisingly the fight was as entertaining as it was teased to become.