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What Had Happened Was: 7/29/16

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GAME. BLOUSES.

Boston Red Sox star David Ortiz is on a farewell tour right now as his final Major League Baseball season comes to a close, and his most recent stop was at the Los Angeles Angels. So what did former American League MVP Mike Trout do to honor Big Papi? Dress like him, of course.

Swag.

Swag. Swag.

Whichever teams are left on the Ortiz retirement tour should take notes, because that’s how you honor a legend. For real:


BLESSINGS!

Not all basketball stars are meant to ball out in soccer, though. Have you guys seen Dirk Nowitzki?

YOOOOO!


SOCIAL STATUS

Earlier this morning, DJ Khaled dropped his long-awaited album Major Key. The project is packed with star-studded features, including veterans Nas, Busta Rhymes and Jadakiss, along with the new schoolers like Big Sean, J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar to name a few.

The responses are ๐Ÿ”ฅ.

https://twitter.com/EddddyG/status/758882434477793280


FOR THE CULTURE

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are now on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar.

A look at how police are using Pokemon (sigh) to catch folks with outstanding warrants.

The FADER sat down with โ€” wait for it โ€” yup, Gucci Mane.

A new comedy series on TBS is being worked on. Its inspiration? Biggie Smalls lyrics.


TOP THREE TWEETS

Every morning weโ€™ll hit you here with the best of what we saw on social media the previous night. Why? Why not?

1. MY FAULT

2. BRUH

3. DID YOU, THO?

https://twitter.com/ifeelglorious/status/756324109693362181

https://twitter.com/MoeAlayan/status/758663843568455680

And that’s just the start.


#ICYMI

Our own Clinton Yates and Domonique Foxworth break down the recent Chris Sale drama with the Chicago White Sox. Was he actually in the wrong? And how would this have all played out had Sale been a player of color?


PICTURE PERFECT

Ryan Cortes is a staff writer for The Undefeated. Lemon pepper his wings.

Kofie Yeboah asks for Sweet Tea at every restaurant and recites approximately 2.5 Spongebob lines per hour.