“Black Panther” To Premiere In Movie Theaters Tonight: Black Panther makes its big-debut tonight, February 16, in movie theaters. Many people are projecting the movie to be the most successful movie at the box office with a primarily black cast.
Sen. Rubio Says Gun Laws Would Not Have Prevented School Shooting: Senator Marco Rubio said gun restrictions wouldn’t have prevented the mass shooting from happening at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. “If we do something, it should be something that works… Most of the proposals that have been offered would not have prevented, not just yesterday’s tragedy, but any of those in recent history,” he said in a press release.
Lakers Are Reportedly Angry With Lavar Ball: Ball made some critical comments about head coach Luke Walton. Ball claimed players did not want to play for Walton. ESPN reporter Ramona Shelburn claimed the teammates and organization were “angry and disappointed” by Ball’s actions.
Kanye West Has Deleted His Instagram Again: The “Through the Wire” rapper has deleted his Instagram account once again. In March 2017 the rapper abruptly deactivated his account and then reactivated it on Thursday for Valentine’s Day. As a sweet gesture to his wife, he posted several photos of couples like Lisa Bonet and Lenny Kravitz, Iman and David Bowie, Will and Jada Smith and more. Now the pictures and his account has been deleted.
French Montana Launches Education Campaign For Immigrants: Montana has launched a new campaign to help immigrants with their education. The “We Are The Dream” campaign will aid in providing resources to illegal immigrants in America, he’s reportedly teamed up with MTV and nonprofit organization “Get Schooled.”