Lil Pump‘s thirsty, and now he’s got sodas from all around the world to quench his thirst … thanks to his very own, one-of-a-kind vending machine.
The “Butterfly Doors” rapper’s been showing off his new customized soda dispenser from Exotic Pop, which is a prototype that comes with an Apple TV installed … so he can rock out while he pops out.
Charleston Wilson, the owner of the Houston-based beverage company, tells TMZ … Pump started hitting up their location outside of L.A. a while back for rare flavors, but inquired about getting his own machine a couple months ago.
Wilson says because LP’s been such a great brand ambassador for Exotic Pop, the company decided to gift him the customized pop machine this week. We’re told it contains sodas from Japan, Poland, Canada and more … and costs around $ 10,000.
Lil Pump’s also in talks about getting his own soda too.
Sinbadthinks Louis C.K. is dangerously close to losing his mind and pulling a Michael Richards,but he still believes it’s a terrible idea to start censoring comedians.
We got Sinbad Thursday outside The London Hotel in NYC and asked the comic if he and his peers are running scared in 2019 with all the instant backlash on social media.
It’s pretty clear he doesn’t support Louis’ decision to mock the kids who survived the Parkland, FL mass shooting— he describes him as shooting himself in the foot — however, Sinbad firmly believes you can’t tell comedians who they can and can’t joke about.
Sinbad basically compares C.K.’s set to Michael’s infamous racist tirade and says anyone can lose their mind at any point. He says he was actually at the Laugh Factory the night Michael started shouting the n-word.
Sinbad isn’t making excuses for Louis, but insists it’s on the audience to let comics know when they’ve crossed the line — and ya gotta hear Sinbad’s advice for pissed off crowds.
The father of one of the kids killed in the Parkland Shooting is tearing into Louis C.K. after leaked audio from the comedian’s set included a joke about the massacre.
Fred Guttenberg — who lost his 14-year-old daughter Jamie — in the attack just shared a message for C.K., saying, “To anyone who knows Louis CK, please deliver this message for me. My daughter was killed in the Parkland shooting. My son ran from the bullets. My wife and I deal with loss everyday. Why don’t you come to my house and try out your new pathetic jokes?”
The joke Guttenberg is referring to attacks the Parkland survivors, saying the kids who survived are not interesting just because they went to a high school where people were shot … and that he shouldn’t have to listen to them just because they “pushed some fat kid in the way.”
The audio was leaked from a show C.K. did earlier this month … he has not commented since it leaked.