Well it’s another awesome week in the trap, with the Four Loko being poured out and the rest in peace phrase being thrown around this time for Anton Yelchin. We hope that the car company who was possibly behind this travesty gets sued real quick. Let’s get right to it today on SoJones because we know you ‘Star Trek fans are still up in arms about this. According to palo alto daily:
Anton Yelchin, a rising actor best known for playing Chekov in the new “Star Trek” films, was killed by his own car as it rolled down his driveway early yesterday, police and his publicist said.
The car pinned Yelchin, 27, against a brick mailbox pillar and a security fence at his home in Los Angeles, Officer Jenny Hosier said. He had gotten out of the vehicle momentarily, but police did not say why he was behind it when it started rolling. Yelchin was on his way to meet friends for a rehearsal, Hosier said. When he didn’t show up, the group came to his home and found him dead. The freak accident tragically cuts short the promising career of an actor whom audiences were still getting to know and who had great artistic ambition. “Star Trek Beyond,” the third film in the rebooted series, comes out in July. Director J.J. Abrams, who cast Yelchin in the franchise, wrote in a statement that he was “brilliant…kind…funny as hell, and supremely talented.”
Also, we know you warriors fans were pissed that the golden state threw away such a good series, so we have for you some jewels straight from palo alto daily concerning the Trolling that happened to Ayesha Curry:
The trolls on Twitter are getting under the skin of Ayesha Curry. After finishing a workout, the wife of Warriors superstar Stephen Curry was flooded with tweets slamming her husband’s performance in the NBA finals. One tweet sent her over the edge. It was a crudely edited family portrtait featuring Kyrie Irving in Stephen’s place. “You’re insulting both sides,” Ayesha wrote, suggesting the NBA-champion Cavaliers probably don’t want to be associated with internet harassment either.
“It’s the inappropriate photoshopped pictures that are insulting to both me and the others families, husbands, fathers, wives in them,” she tweeted. Her replies for decency were met with predictably indecent responses.
Leave us a comment on how disappointed you felt when the Warriors lost, or when Anton Yelchin dies what you did to commemorate a life well lived but too far soon taken.