Young Thug and Playboi Carti Gear Up in adidas Originals "Crazy" Campaign

During game 3 of the NBA Finals, fans may have caught a glimpse of rappers Young Thug and Playboi Carti shimmering on the sidelines of the Quicken Loans arena. As the Cleveland Cavaliers fell to the Golden State Warriors 118-113, opposite of the Warriors’ bench Thugger and Carti sat front row draped in jewelry and adidas sneakers.  Carti wore a pair of pristine Crazy 8 ADV and Thug wore unreleased Crazy 1 ADV.

On social media, Thug and Carti took over the adidas Originals Instagram account and shared visuals of their V.I.P. experience — and shots of the sneakers — with their own followers on Snapchat.

Per Thug’s Snapchat, the shoot appears to have taken place prior to game 3 of the finals. There are shots of both Atlanta artists posing inside and on top of a custom Lamborghini Gallardo LP-560-4. Coincidentally, Carti teased a new music collaboration between the two earlier in the week.

Check out the adidas Originals “Crazy” campaign pictures above.

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The Fashion Elite Elevated Sporty Looks on Day 1 of London Fashion Week Mens

Street style for the first day of London Fashion Week Mens was in full effect. With 2018 spring/summer presentations in full swing, all of fashion’s elite were seen donning their best fits. Gully Guy Leo, Nick Wooster, and other stylish folks were snapped and there was a bevy of sporty looks mixed with avant-garde styles. Some key items spotted on attendees were an A-COLD-WALL* hoodie, UNDERCOVER x Nike kicks, a BAPE hoodie, and YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 Zebras to name a few.

Peruse through the shots above and let us know your thoughts.

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David Beckham and James Corden Audition for James Bond

While Daniel Craig contemplates whether or not he’ll return as the world’s most famous spy, James Bond, there are surely a number of actors hoping he chooses to withdraw his name. Among them are The Late Late Show host, James Corden, and football legend, David Beckham, both of whom hilariously auditioned for, or rather mocked the part in the skit above. In the end, they weren’t worthy enough to adorn the 007 moniker, however they may have found a much different calling, and good for them.

Rest in peace, Roger Moore.

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