What Had Happened Was: 12/13/16
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Another highly anticipated matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and the New England Patriots took place on Monday night. After the Ravens got within three points of the Patriots late in the fourth quarter — after being down by as many as 20 points — Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said “enough of that” and threw this gorgeous pass to Chris Hogan.
— NFL (@NFL) December 13, 2016
That play pretty much sealed the Ravens’ fate. It also put the Pittsburgh Steelers in control of their own destiny in the AFC North.
Well, the division is for the Steelers to win (or lose). They control their destiny in the final 3 weeks
— Scott Salerno (@sasalerno) December 13, 2016
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, is showing off today!
— HuffPost BlackVoices (@blackvoices) December 12, 2016
At 21, #LSU DE Lewis Neal is 1st African-American athlete to own a financial investment firm (on Foreign Exchange). He graduates on Friday.
— LSU Football (@LSUfootball) December 12, 2016
Gucci Mane on NPR? Gucci Mane on NPR.
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FOR THE CULTURE
After one year away from social media, singer Ed Sheeran decided to post this.
Chance The Rapper made a playlist … for the tub.
John Legend will be performing the 2017 NBA All-Star Game halftime show!
There is a new Kodak Black song, and it features Yo Gotti.
TOP THREE TWEETS
1. NO DRY SNITCHING OVER HERE
He in college lmao what y'all want him to wear a $500 suit so y'all can start investigating how he paid for it https://t.co/AEzgXq1C4w
— Von (@VonWorld7) December 11, 2016
— theScore (@theScore) December 11, 2016
2. JUST WAIT TILL YOUR DAD HEARS ABOUT IT
Now I got to come up to this school on my lunch break because you wanna act a fool.. pic.twitter.com/8wTKvsN71Y
— WAN. (@iiamwan8k) December 12, 2016
3. DANG, FAM. THEY GOT YOU, TOO?
Today 41 years ago, 44 men and women had the courage to form a powerful alliance of talented, black journalists. Happy Birthday @NABJ
— Gregory Lee Jr. (@nabjprez2011) December 12, 2016