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The weekend is here and Father's Day is around the corner. Hope all of you have a relaxing few days, but catch up on the news before you go. Find out what Tyler, The Creator had to say about his current state, check out what sneakers will be released this weekend and see who's playing Tupic in Straight Outta Compton. Also, take a look at a KING gallery featuring the lovely Dayami Padron.

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    Meet the Sexy Model Behind the DirecTV Commercials, Hannah Davis

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    Today's Eye Candy feature from XXL stars Hannah Davis, the model and actress who serves as DirecTV's official spokesperson. She's been featured as the cover model of the 2015 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue and has enjoyed lots of success as a model.

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    Bobby Schmurda's Lawyer Gives Update on Rapper's Case

    Bobby Shmurda's lawyer, Kenneth Montogomery, appears in a video, telling Doggie Diamonds TV that he believes Shmurda is being made an example of. Shmurda has been in custody since December 2014.

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    Top 5 Sneakers Coming Out This Weekend

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    Here are five of the hottest sneakers that will be coming out this weekend. You'll see shoes from the Jordan Brand and Nike, including the $400 Air Jordan 1 "Pinnacle".

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    Actor Marcc Rose Will Play Tupac in 'Straight Outta Compton'

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    Actor Marcc Rose posted to Instagram, sharing a picture of himself when he was filming his scenes as Tupac in the N.WA. biopic, Straight Outta Compton. There's no word on whether he'll be attached to Carl Franklin's Tupac biopic, though the likeness is uncanny.

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    Tyler, The Creator Says He's No Longer Depressed

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    A fan took to Reddit to post about how he's outgrown Tyler, The Creator and how his fans don't like his newer work. Tyler saw the thread and posted with a lengthy reply of his own, discussing the fact that he's no longer depressed.