The video opens with Ludacris fielding questions from reporters and responding with Lynch's infamous line, "I'm just here so I won't get fined. NFL Football. NBA Basketball. NHL Hockey.
This and more on Monday's HotGoss with Jane. Over the past few months, many of his fans have flooded his social media with comments about his smoking hot physique and washboard abs. And by the looks of things, they weren't exaggerating.
Grammy award-winning and local boy Macklemore dropped the music video for his newest song ' Marmalade ' today August 2. The video features a "young" Macklemore, leading a group of kids like "young" collaborator Lil' Yachty around town just causing trouble. The kids cruise around in fancy cars, buy crazy expensive jewelry with straight cash, and then embark on a mission to steal Tom Brady's jersey. The best part?
An extra in Ludracris' new video. Getty Images. Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch , known primarily for being an excellent football player, but also for not talking to the media, making lewd gestures while scoring touchdowns and running over defenders on his way to the end zone, will appear in a music video with the rapper, Ludacris. The track title: "Beast Mode," named after Lynch himself. Lynch, of course, is not the first NFL player to appear in a music video. There was Deion Sanders on his own track, "Must be the Money," which, well I can't do it justice. Jets wideout Eric Decker appeared in his wife's music video for a song called "Clint Eastwood," for some reason. He smolders, plays a guitar, chews on a cigar and holds a baby, among other things. Then there are the music videos made by the teams themselves.