It’s been 19 days since Kanye blew past the July 23 release date for his new album Donda, and five days since he missed the Aug. 6 make-up date. And if you count the first time he announced a Donda release date last summer, fans have now been waiting for over a year.
If tampering is what is required to take the next step, and all it ends up costing you is a fine and maybe some future draft picks that won’t affect this year’s squad, then that’s just the price of doing business in the NBA.
Christian Pulisic, America’s most expensive soccer export, is now a Puma athlete. In a deal announced today, Pulisic has signed a long-term partnership with the German sportswear company.
Comedy Central’s infamous animated sitcom South Park—had signed a new deal. Along with six more years of South Park (the show has been extended into 2027), Parker and Stone have also agreed to make 14 South Park films, two of which are slated for release before the end of 2021.
With each delay, restlessness is growing among Kanye’s fanbase. Some are having fun with it—some of the memes of Mike Dean being held hostage in the bowels of Mercedes-Benz Stadium are hilarious. But others are having a more, um, challenging time with the delays.