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Cleveland Browns’ Rookie Learns Why You Shouldn’t Be Thirsty On Instagram



In thirst news of the day…

Cleveland Browns rookie, Terrance West, has learned the hard way that you shouldn’t publicly hit on married women on Instagam. Deadspin reports that the 23-year-old running back learned his lesson after following a woman on Instagram whose profile showed that she was married with children. Terrence quickly got to thirsting it up, liking multiple pictures one after another and then decided to take it to the next level by posting his phone number in the comment section of one of her selfies.brown


The woman’s husband was not too happy about the attention that his beloved wife was receiving and instead of calling the number and telling Terrence to back off or taking his anger to the comment section of Terrence’s Instagram profile, he took a much more hilarious and calculated response. According to reports, the husband sent West’s number to a group of his friends and they all texted pictures of their penises to the football player. To top it all off, the husband contacted West’s girlfriend who now says they are no longer together.

West has since deleted the comments and made his Instagram profile private. We are pretty sure he won’t be making this mistake again anytime soon.

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She’s Gotta Have It: Is Ilfenesh Hadera Spike Lee’s New Muse?



We all know Spike Lee loves working with the same actors over and over again. And in some cases new up-and-comers who go on to be Hollywood A-listers. Think Denzel Washington, Samuel L. Jackson, Rosario Dawson.

Now it seems it’s Ilfenesh Hadera’s turn. The actress of Ethiopian decent has worked with Spike Lee four times: in the 2011 Mike Tyson TV movie Da Brick, in 2013’s Oldboy, in Chiraq playing Ms. McCloud and in his upcoming Netflix series She’s Gotta Have It.

Hadera told us she believes it’s because of Lee’s commitment to diversity that he tends to hire the same actors multiple times.

“If you look at his body of work you see he’s worked with Rosario over and over, [John] Turturro over and over, Mekhi Phifer over and over so he finds talent, new talent and gives them a chance and if more directors did that maybe we would be more represented in the media … God bless him for that,” she said.

Now with 30+ years and countless films under his belt, Lee is bringing his first feature, She’s Gotta Have It, back to life, in a 10-episode Netflix binge debuting Nov. 23.

Hadera, who plays Opal Gilstrap in the series, told us Lee had hinted that he would be bringing his 1986 directorial debut to Netflix and wanted her to be apart of it.

“We had worked together a lot and he had been giving me little hints that this was in the works so I was like let me go back and watch [She’s Gotta Have It] again.”

Like the original, SGHI follows Nola Darling (played by DeWanda Wise) a twenty-something woman living in Brooklyn, New York exploring her sexual identity as she juggles a host of colorful suitors.

As for if this is Hadera’s final time working with Lee, we think not. 2017 has already been an amazing year for the 5’10 beauty with roles on the big and small screen in Baywatch, Billions and Master Of None.


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