Jorge Lorenzo and Monster thought it would be fun to do their own version of MTV’s Cribs to show off their two-time world champion’s pad. Several hours after it was released, Lorenzo asked to have it taken down after the massive backlash. After watching it, I can’t say I’m surprised at the response.
In this fraught American media landscape, who can be trusted? Brian Williams is a faker, and Bill O'Reilly is too. The credibility of our most cherished cultural lodestars is crumbling before our eyes, and the mighty haven't stopped falling. That's right: Xzibit is a fraud, and Pimp My Ride was insane bullshit.
Yes, that's an electric car geek who's put a Tesla coil in a Tesla Roadster. How very meta. Commence Xzibit jokes in 5... 4... 3... 2... 1... [via Facebook]
MTV's Pimp My Ride had a simple premise: rapper Xzibit and his band of merry customizers would show up at your house and make your crappy beater awesome. A former "pimped car" recipient explains what happened when MTV left.
Alvin Joiner, a.k.a. Xzibit, a.k.a. recursive Internet meme guy, owes nearly $1 million in delinquent federal taxes. His excuse for not paying them? The cancellation of Pimp My Ride. Seriously.
Reports from the Gumball 3000 have the drivers following the proclamation by Herr Alex Roy that air travel is for squares. Instead of waiting for their cars to come by airplane from Athens in Istanbul, Herr Roy, Jarod DeAnda, and Andrew 'Fly' Tipping are driving from Istanbul to Athens in a rented VW Sharan van. Our…
After being escorted by Police to Hahn airport and out of Germany this morning, Herr Roy and Master Piloten Ross of Team Polizei abandoned their plan of driving to Istanbul and joined the rest of the Gumballers to travel to Istanbul by air. Or so they thought. Latest reports have the planes carrying the cars diverted…