The launch of Soil, Priddy Ugly’s new album, resulted in the rapper trending on social media. The release was highly anticipated, but the frenzy of activity seemed to have more to do with lyrics aimed against his fellow South African rappers.
Patrick Moster, the sporting director of the German Cycling Federation has been sent home from the Olympics after he was heard telling rider Nikia Arndt: “Get the camel riders! Get the camel riders! Come on!”
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