Hot Clicks: MC Supreme Killed in Car Accident
KING's editors round up the hottest clicks from around the web so you don't have to.
Welcome back to the workweek. We hope you enjoyed the weekend, because now it's time to catch up on the news and get through another week. See Prince and Stevie Wonder's performance, what Lil Wayne's manager had to say about him and Roc Nation and find out what happened with Tom Brady. Also, check out a classic KING gallery featuring the gorgeous Tasha Ford.
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Football, known to us Americans as soccer, is a sport beloved the world over. Today's Eye Candy feature stares some of the hottest players from the Women's 2015 World Cup.
Prince and Stevie Wonder performed for President Obama and the First Lady during a private show at the White House this weekend. The party was to celebrate Black Music Month.
Cortez Bryant, Lil Wayne's manager, has come out to confirm that the rumors about Lil Wayne being signed to Jay Z's Roc Nation are not true. When Lil Wayne said, "I just signed a deal with my motherf--king idol Jay Z," it was in reference him him signing as an artist owner with Tidal.
During the New England Partiots ring ceremony on June 14, 2015, Tom Brady celebrated pretty hard. He was filmed dancing along to hits from the Migos, Young Jeezy and even Fetty Wap.
MC Supreme died Saturday morning when a pickup truck crashed into his parked car on the shoulder of the Pacific Coast Highway. The 46-year-old was hit by 34-year-old Philip Torres II, who was arrested on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter and DUI.