Seahawks Win Over Broncos in Record Breaking Victory

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photo via Matthew Emmons, USA TODAY Sports

The 2014 Superbowl took place Sunday night, with the victors being the Seattle Seahawks taking the trophy over the Denver Broncos with a 43-8 blowout at the MetLife Stadium. “We weren’t sharp from the very get-go,” Manning said following the game. It was an embarrassing blow to the team famously known for their offensive line.

Americans Reject Justin Bieber

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America has spoken, and they want him gone. Over a hundred thousand people and counting have signed a White House petition to deport the Canadian Pop Star. The petition by WeThePeople reads, “We the people of the United States feel that we are being wrongly represented in the world of pop culture. We would like to see the dangerous, reckless, destructive and drug-abusing Justin Bieber deported and his green card revoked.” Since the petition has broken the 100,000 threshold it is mandated by law that a response must be given by the Obama Administration. Surprisingly, despite all of his bad boy shenanigans, Bieber had a little free time to create a video for his recent single ‘Confident’. Hopefully that can win over the hearts of the petitioners, seeing as there are a little over just 500 people that have signed the counter petition in his defense.

Bye Bye Bad Boy? Not true

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According to AllHipHop.com the 90’s staple that is Bad Boy Records may be coming to an end this year. Bad Boy Entertainment is known for birthing the career of the late Notorious B.I.G. and the infamous Bad Boy family that included Lil’ Kim, Craig Mack, Ma$e, and the lovely songstress Faith Evans. Bad Boy is a subsidary of Interscoper and have always been run by its CEO Sean “P. Diddy” Combs. The rumors however, have proven to be just that…rumors. A representative for the iconic label has released a statement, saying “Bad Boy shutting down is nothing more than rumors. (It) isn’t true.”

Fallon’s “Full House”

The men of Full House reunited to help Jimmy Fallon come to terms with his transition from Late Night to his new job as host of The Tonight Show. In the skit, Jimmy wakes up startled and upset screaming for his dad. Luckily his Dad played by Bob Saget came quickly by his side, followed by his uncles played by John Stamos and Dave Coulier. Together they sing him his favorite lullaby and even said a few reminiscent lines that the 90’s hit show was known for.