UPDATE 8:05 PM PT — Check out the post and hear the new song. Ariana Grande isn’t going to let Pete Davidson define their relationship and breakup on “Saturday Night Live” tonight, because TMZ has learned she’s releasing a song 30 minutes before…
Kanye West is, without doubt, one of the most established musical artists and entertainers of his time so it’s expected he’d be a global household name. During the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland this week, adidas CEO Kasper Rorsted mentioned Yeezy’s name during the session to President Donald Trump.
America is our single biggest country,” Rorsted said at a dinner with global CEOs at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. The attendees, representing major companies such as Total, Volvo, ABB, Nokia, SAP and HSBC, updated Trump on their respective U.S. investments. Many of the executives thanked the President for getting tax reform passed.
“We are growing 30 percent in the U.S.,” Adidas’ Rorsted said. “We just opened a fully automated shoe manufacturing plant in the state of Georgia in Atlanta.”
Rorsted also name-dropped American hip-hop star Kanye West in his update to the President.
“Some of the most famous creators of our products are coming out of the U.S., starting with Stan Smith in the 70s,” Rorsted said. “Kanye West (is) building one of the most thought of shoes in the world.”
President Trump didn’t seem all that impressed. Maybe he’s not into Yeezy sneakers or something.
A weird fan encounter happened at Patti Labelle’s show in Vancouver Friday night. The fan started to strip on stage, and Labelle warned him that she’s not having it. The legendary singer ended up throwing him off stage after he continued to strip on stage. Eventually, security rushed in to kick the the guy out.
During her warning, Labelle mentioned Nicki Minaj and Miley Cyrus as examples of artists she is not like. Like many singers including Grace Jones, the Labelle has criticized the modern popular artists in pop culture. Check out the video below:
NEW YORK—Speaking for the first time since waking from a medically induced coma following a devastating car accident, 8-year-old Aiden Miller recounted an extremely vivid near-death experience Friday that reportedly contained detailed descriptions of heaven, angels, and a six-figure book deal. “I was walking up in the clouds and met friends, and strangers, and all these famous people who talked with me about all kinds of things and brought up the possibility of selling the rights to my story to a big-name publisher,” said the second-grader, who attested that during the five-minute period in which his heart had stopped on the operating table, he ascended to a shining, golden paradise where he says he met with the archangel Gabriel and a literary agent who has helped a number of authors secure multi-book deals with lucrative worldwide book tours. “Jesus was sitting at the right hand of God and my …