The latest episode of Atlanta “Nobody Beats the Biebs” has a fake celebrity Justin Bieber who sings a song at the end of the episode, which is clearly Donald Glover himself as Childish Gambino. This isn’t the first time someone close to the show has their vocals used for the shows musical input. Donald Glover’s brother Steve G Lover III is in fact the vocals to “Paperboy”. Non the less we hear Gambino in this episode and we can only wonder, if you weren’t at Joshua Tree, if this is a possible track later to be released with an album.
When the USA lost the 2011 World Cup final on penalty kicks to Japan, she was interviewed by ESPN on the field minutes after the game and responded so gracefully: “We lost to a great team. … I’m happy for them. They do deserve it.”
Two days after the game, on the “Late Show with David Letterman,” she relayed the anecdote about how Japanese midfielder Aya Miyama – who scored and assisted – instead of celebrating, came over to console Solo, a former teammate of hers with the Atlanta Beat.
“She wanted to show the Americans respect because she knew how much it hurt us,” Solo said. “I had to tell her, ‘Aya, you won the World Cup, the first time in your nation’s history, celebrate please.”
The club career history for the one and only Tobin Heath, FUT 15 style. The MOTM card (the orange card for the ones that don’t play FIFA) was for her actual MOTM award Tobs got during the 2013 NWSL championship game against the Western New York Flash.
Greg Maddux, with Atlanta beating the Marlins, 8-0, becomes the first pitcher to win at least 15 games in 16 consecutive seasons. The Braves’ righty, who pitched five scoreless innings, allowing only one hit en route to his 288th career victory, had shared the record with Cy Young.