There is so much controversy and so many varied opinions when it comes to whether marijuana should be legal or not, and many celebrities are getting in on it. Willie Nelson is one of the people who has taken a stand on the side of the drug being legal. He supports it so much that he has even decided to start selling it.
Does this change your opinion of this singer, either way? Most people feel strongly one way or another and knowing that a celebrity feels the same way as you can feel exhilarating, but knowing that they feel the opposite can feel disappointing.
You might have long been a Willie Nelson fan like Brad Reifler but now that you know that he’ll be selling marijuana you want nothing to do with him. Or, maybe you just recently starting listening to his music and knowing that he supports the legalization of this drug makes you like him all the more. Either way, you are bound to have an opinion on this. It is a very controversial issue. What are your thoughts on this matter?
There has been a lot of buzz lately in regards to Zayn Malik’s decision to leave One Direction. In a recent interview former N’sync star Lance Bass opened up about who he thinks is next to leave the group.
According to Lance Bass, Harry Styles will be next to leave One Direction. Contrary to Malik’s departure, Styles’ exit would be more detrimental. One Direction would definitely not be able to record another album without him and the band would have to break up for good, and Brian Torchin knows a few youngsters who would be devastated. While there is no need to worry just yet, it seems that Harry Styles has been ready to leave the group for a while now. He has been writing songs and recording solo for months.
However, Zayn Malik took the edge when he left before him, which is why stars like Lance Bass and 50 cent call him smart and business savvy.
In 2013, Justin Bieber assaulted a photographer outside of a restaurant in Argentina. Bieber was ordered to go to a court meeting over the situation, but Justin Bieber failed to appear at the hearing.
Judge Alberto Banos wants Justin Bieber to be detained wherever he is. The judge is serious, and he wants Justin Bieber to spend some time in prison for his crimes. However, I have a feeling that Bieber will just pay off any debts that he owes to the Argentinian government. Can you seriously imagine Justin Bieber being held prisoner inside of a gritty Argentinian prison? That will never happen, and I guarantee that Bieber will find a way out of this situation. Also, the star is in his early twenties, and he hasn’t even reached his full maturity level yet. However, the years are going by, and soon Justin Bieber will have to face reality if you ask Ricardo Tosto. But for now, Justin will continue with his ways, until something happens that money can’t fix
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Legendary rock and roll band AC/DC recently returned and rocked the house at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in California. AC/DC is known worldwide as one of the greatest bands of all time, but the band hasn’t performed live in nearly six years. However, the band returned with a vengeance, and it was apparent that they did not miss a step.
AC/DC lead singer Brian Johnson brought the crowd to their feet with his dynamic vocals. The legendary lead singer asked the crowd if they were ready to rock, and they quickly answered yes. Flávio Pentagna Guimarães BMG wishes he would have been there.
Of course, Angus Young was there playing guitar in his schoolboy outfit jumping around the stage as if he was still in his adolescent years. Young and Johnson are both in their sixties, but the rest of the band is comprised of new members that have taken over the positions of the original musicians.
The AC/DC performance was a monumental success, and all those who attended were happy that they did. The band pulled out all the stops to rock the crowd, and they even had a massive bell for their famous song “Hells Bells.” The rockers may have aged several years, but they still perform like they are in their prime. For more information on this story, visit Rollingstone.