Cam Newton

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is under fire for saying America is “beyond racism”.

Newton made the controversial remarks in his cover interview for the latest edition of GQ magazine.

The 27-year-old father-of-one, who is dressed as fictional superhero Superman for the cover, discussed why he believes he is the most hated man in NFL football.

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Here it is: the photo shoot you’ve been patiently waiting for. Rappers Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill formed a formidable hip hop force when they hooked up earlier this year.

The couple took their show on the road, selling out nightclubs everywhere. Now the stylish couple is featured in their very first photo shoot together for GQ magazine.

If they keep this up, someone might be convinced they are a real couple after all.

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John Legend and Chrissy Teigen

R&B singer/songwriter John Legend only has eyes for his wife, SI swimwear model Chrissy Teigen. He’d better because crazy Chrissy is not the one to mess with. John and Chrissy are feature in a sexy photo spread in the February 2015 issue of GQ magazine.

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Kanye West covers GQ

From GQ magazine:

If you’re in tune with menswear at all, you probably know that Kanye West has big plans for the industry. He spent a large chunk of 2013 making the case for why he should be taken seriously as a designer, culminating with an Adidas deal that will have him designing his very own collection (rumored to be named Yeezi). But it was A.P.C.’s highly quotable founder Jean Touitou who first gave Kanye a chance to design a legitimate menswear collection. In January, the second A.P.C. Kanye capsule was unveiled, and it was a much more extensive and complete offering. For the first time, we were given a clear look at West’s vision for men’s fashion, and it was good. This Thursday, that collection of denim, pants, shirts, sweaters, coats, and even accessories is set to drop at A.P.C. retailers and online. Here’s how to handle it like a pro.

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LeBrown James covers GQ mag

LeBron “King” James, fearless leader of the NBA’s defending champion Miami HEAT, graces the cover of the March 2014 issue of GQ magazine. This issue will undoubtedly be snapped up by scores of women who can only dream about waking up next to this hunk of a man. The magazine hits newsstands on February 25.

GQ writer Jeanne Marie Laskas is equally as impressed with James.

He would like to be an actor. A comedy actor. He’s shooting his first movie, Ballers, with Kevin Hart. The other thing he would like is to play in the NFL. ‘Some days I want to be a singer. But my voice? Then the next day I want to be Picasso.’ He would like to be a billionaire. “If it happens. It’s my biggest milestone. Obviously. I want to maximize my business.

More hawt pics after the break!

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Drake and Rihanna

Canadian rapper Drake says his brawl with singer Chris Brown in a now-defunct NYC nightclub was one of the lowest points of his career.

In a sit-down interview with GQ magazine, on newsstands now, Drake called the fight “embarrassing.”

“It’s embarrassing, the amount of media coverage,” said Drake. “Two rappers fighting over the woman. He’s not even a rapper, but still, it’s the last way you want your name out there. It distracts from the music. But he’s made me the enemy, and that’s the way it’s gonna stay, I guess.”

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Beyonce GQ

Not everyone is sipping from the Beyonce fountain of self-obsession. The Guardian newspaper slammed Beyonce for being a “raging narcissist,” as well as a hypocrite who posed barely nude for a photographer who has been accused of sexual harassment.

In addition to calling singer Beyonce Knowles a ‘raging narcissist,’ the paper shreds Beyonce’s conflicting statements about feminism in the February issue of GQ magazine.

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Beyonce covers GQ

GQ magazine published some of the photos from Beyonce’s cover shoot for the February issue. The stunning photos portray a woman who celebrates her sexuality, even as her husband pushes toward 50. Her toned cheerleader body belies the fact that she was ever pregnant (some still believe she never was).

In the interview, by Andy Wallace, Beyonce says she loves being onstage:

“I love my job, but it’s more than that: I need it,” she says. “Because before I gave birth, it was the only time in my life, all throughout my life, that I was lost.” She means this in a good way: When her brain turns off, it is, frankly, a relief. After drilling herself, repeating every move so many times, locking them in, she can then afford not to think. “It’s like a blackout. When I’m onstage, I don’t know what the crap happens. I am gone… I’m like, ‘Please piss me off before the performance.’ I used to use everything.”

Her daughter, Blue Ivy, with rapper Jay Z, is only mentioned once in the article — by the writer. The reader is reminded often that Beyonce is focused on branding herself. She won’t stop until she has seared her image into everyone else’s reality. Being a mother is what every woman is born to do. No more, no less.

Top by Azzedine Alaïa. Panties by Dolce & Gabbana. Earrings by Lorraine Schwartz. Chain and rings by Manon, Bracelets by Tom Ford. Heels by Versace.

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