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Kodak Black’s Prison Pep Talk to Lamar Jackson Sparks Social Media Frenzy

Kodak Black’s Prison Pep Talk to Lamar Jackson Sparks Social Media Frenzy

 

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In a surprising display of fandom, Kodak Black recently poured his heart out to Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson on Instagram, expressing his anticipation for the upcoming game and his hope to witness a Super Bowl win from the comfort of his “cell penthouse.”

Kodak’s heartfelt message, starting with “You So Amazing Bro,” took social media by storm, leaving fans both amused and intrigued by his passionate support. One fan even humorously remarked, “I’m fucked up about you’ is crazy, thought the n***a died.” The unexpected post sparked a flurry of reactions, with some urging Kodak to make a surprise appearance during Usher’s Super Bowl Halftime show if the Ravens make it to the championship game.

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Following Kodak’s online declaration of love, Lamar Jackson delivered an awe-inspiring performance on the field, leading the Ravens to victory against the Houston Texans in the divisional round of the playoffs. Making history, Jackson became the first player to achieve a remarkable feat: at least 2 touchdown passes, 2 touchdown runs, 100 yards rushing, and a perfect 100.0 passer rating in a single game.

As the Ravens gear up to face the winner of the Chiefs-Bills matchup, the anticipation is not only building on the field but also online. Stay tuned for more updates on Kodak Black’s antics and the electrifying twists in the NFL playoffs, exclusively on Honk Magazine!

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Angel Reese Defends Controversial Foul on Caitlin Clark as ‘Just Basketball’

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Angel Reese Defends Controversial Foul on Caitlin Clark as ‘Just Basketball’

Angel Reese sparked controversy after receiving a flagrant foul for knocking Caitlin Clark to the ground during Sunday afternoon’s game between the Chicago Sky and the Indiana Fever. Despite the hard hit, Reese defended her actions as a legitimate “basketball play” in a post-game interview. The Fever ultimately won the match 91-83.

Reese remained adamant, stating, “It was a basketball play. I can’t control the refs. They obviously affected the game a lot tonight.” She hinted at biased officiating, adding, “I think we went up really strong a lot of times, and we didn’t get a lot of calls. Some people got a special whistle. But we just played as hard as we could.”

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Fever coach Christie Sides supported the officials’ decision. “The right call was made in that moment,” she affirmed. “When we don’t make the right call, that’s when there’s a problem. But tonight, they made the right call.” Sides had previously criticized referees for not calling similar hard fouls on Clark in earlier games, referencing an incident involving Chennedy Carter.

Stay tuned to Honk Magazine for more updates on the ongoing Angel Reese and Caitlin Clark saga.

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Antonio Brown Blasts Jay-Z Over Tom Brady Ceremony Performance

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Antonio Brown Blasts Jay-Z Over Tom Brady Ceremony Performance

Antonio Brown is never one to hold back, and his latest target includes none other than his former teammate, Tom Brady, and rap icon Jay-Z. Brown, who once labeled Brady as “selfish” despite playing only one game together, is now criticizing both the ex-quarterback and the legendary rapper for their collaboration at Brady’s Patriots Hall of Fame induction ceremony. This new Instagram outburst from Brown adds to the ongoing drama.

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During the ceremony, Jay-Z performed “Public Service Announcement” as Brady entered, a nod to the quarterback’s pre-game ritual. Brady has often mentioned Jay-Z as his favorite rapper, making the performance seem fitting. However, Antonio Brown viewed it differently. He took issue with Jay-Z’s participation in this event over others he deemed more significant, particularly those tied to the 50th anniversary of hip-hop in 2023.

“Jay didn’t perform at any Hip Hop 50 concerts last year,” Brown pointed out. “Where the fans would’ve known every word to his songs.” Brown further criticized the rapper’s involvement in Brady’s event, suggesting it was racially motivated. “But he makes time to get ignored by rich white folks smh.”

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Brown isn’t alone in his criticism. Jay-Z faced backlash for not participating in the Hip Hop 50 concerts, many of which were held in his home state. Additionally, his 2019 partnership between Roc Nation and the NFL sparked controversy, with some accusing him of sidelining Colin Kaepernick’s protests.

Jay-Z addressed similar criticism in a 2020 New York Times interview, explaining that the collaboration aimed to further social justice initiatives, aligning with Kaepernick’s original goals. Despite the ongoing discussions, Jay-Z has remained silent on Brown’s latest comments, and given his typical disengagement from online spats, a response is unlikely.

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