XXL and SLAM have announced the first ever "Kings of the Game" issue. The cover features Rick Ross, Tyga and Allen Iverson, and hits newsstands next week.
"To celebrate looking good and embracing fashion and footwear in both hip-hop and ball, XXL and SLAM have joined forced to create (for the first time ever) a custom Kings of the Game issue, featuring Mr. Rack City Tyga, Miami boss Rick Ross, and all-time NBA great Allen Iverson – all brought to you by the storied Reebok brand."
Someone please tell me what the fudge cakes 50 was thinking, when he went for the black ninja vibe on the cover of the XXL? And further more, why the hell is he on any cover, of any publication associated with music. Don't you have to still be relevant? I guess that's why he didn't get his own cover.
XXL is having a cliq themed month. It seems Dipset/Birdgang represented on the cover. Julez Santana, Jim Jones and Freaky Zeaky all are on the cover of the XXL. I am not feeling that scruffy bum look anymore. It's okay when ur just rocking Christian Auglier, but when you have real designer duds, don't even try it.
Oo, leave it to DMX to encompass what so many people think is the stereotype of a Black American. In a whacked out interview with XXL, DMX was asked about the possible first black president. DMX was utterly confused about who Barack Obama is. But to add more embarrassment, he said the following about the presidents anyways.
"The president is a puppet anyway. The president don't make no damn decisions."
Dyfuse does not claim credit for any images featured on this site, unless otherwise noted. . All visual content, copy and images, is copyright to it's respectful owners. We are neither responsible, nor have we control, on content of any external website links. Information featured on Dyfuse can contain errors or inaccuracies. If you own rights to any of the featured images and articles and do not wish to appear here, please don't hesitate to contact us for direct removal.;