Over the weekend, Stephen Curry and LeBron James captained two separate celebrity-filled teams in an exhibition match of basketball.
All the Migos members were present but only Quavo partook in the competition as Offset and Takeoff watched on from the crowd. Justin Bieber was part of the cast. Justin who recently declared himself of an upcoming protest in March looked happy as he cooled off after the game with Quavo.
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In the wake of the horrific shooting that took the lives of 17 teachers and students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, thousands of Americans have attended rallies and taken to social media to demand that elected officials commit to ending gun violence.
One student from Parkland, Cameron Kasky, spoke with CNN about the February 14 shooting and those who have said that it’s “too soon” after the tragedy to talk about gun control. He responded that there is a time to talk about gun control, and that it’s March 24: “My message for the people in office is: You’re either with us or against us. We are losing our lives while the adults are playing around.”
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On that date, March For Our Lives — a peaceful demonstration “to demand that their lives and safety become a priority and that we end this epidemic of mass school shootings” — will take place in Washington, D.C. and other cities around the country, and Justin Bieber is on board.
It’s been a great week for Migos: Culture II has just bypassed the 1 billion mark on the streaming front, and Quavo not only played like a champ at the 2018 NBA Celebrity All-Star Game on February 16, but took home a trophy like one, too.
The rapper — who was one of the most athletic additions to this year’s Celeb All-Star Game roster, given his proven excellence on the football field — scored 19 points over the course of the game, and was cheered on by Offset and Takeoff right up until L.A.’s Verizon Up Arena emptied out.
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Quavo didn’t get through the game without a couple of bumps, though, and he accidentally knocked Rachel DeMita to the floor with an aggressive block. (He offered her a massage to make up for it, and she accepted his apology.)
Between the trophies, the wins, and the massive streaming milestones, it’s a real good time to be Migos. Congrats on and off the court, guys!
Cardi B though was absent.
culled from mtv.com