Patrick Mahomes Roasts Chiefs Teammate for Imitating Jake Paul [LOOK]

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As the Kansas City Chiefs look to repeat as the NFL’s most productive offense in 2021, one fan-favorite receiver has taken on a new look during offseason workouts.

In a photo posted to his Twitter account on Tuesday evening, April 20, third-year wideout Byron Pringle was seen posing in an indoor boxing ring alongside teammate Gehrig Dieter. However, it was Dieter who caught the attention of many, appearing to be a doppelganger of YouTuber turned professional boxer Jake Paul.

Cardio with 🐑 dog #grinding#9eturn

— Byron Pringle (@pringle_byron) April 21, 2021

Paul, of course, recently shook up the fight scene again on Saturday, April 17, after his stunning first-round knockout of MMA fighter Ben Askren. Sporting a similar shaggy blonde beard and hairdo to the internet sensation, Dieter’s teammates couldn’t let him slide on his new appearance.

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Patrick Mahomes & Tyreek Hill Roast Dieter on Twitter

GettyBoxer Jake Paul celebrates following his knockout of Ben Askren.

Shortly after the photo hit the world wide web, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes chimed in with his thoughts.

“This man @GehrigDieter thinks he is Jake Paul,” Mahomes tweeted with three crying laughing emojis.

This man @GehrigDieter thinks he is Jake Paul 😂😂😂

— Patrick Mahomes II (@PatrickMahomes) April 21, 2021

The superstar’s tweet even drew the attention of Paul, who replied with an “Lolllll,” and fellow wide receiver Tyreek Hill, who joked that “Dieter is a clown.”

Dieter, 28, is entering his fifth year with Kansas City, where he has spent his first four seasons bouncing between the team’s active roster and practice squad. The former Alabama product has only two receptions for 32 yards on his NFL resume, but has carved out a budding friendship with his quarterback since joining the Chiefs as an undrafted free agent in 2017 — the same year as Mahomes.

“I think we are just pretty similar people,” Dieter said of Mahomes in 2018, via WNDU. “Obviously, we came from a little bit different scenarios but at the end of the day we started hanging out and we like to do the same things. We’re …read more



Biden is set to officially recognize the Armenian Genocide, despite warnings from Turkey it could ‘worsen ties’ even more

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President Joe Biden is poised to formally recognize the Armenian Genocide on Saturday, The New York Times reported per officials familiar with deliberations on the matter, in a historic move that could further roil US-Turkey relations. 

Biden would be the first US president to officially recognize the killing of 1.5 million Armenians by the Ottoman Empire as genocide. 

The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Insider. 

Turkey has urged Biden against recognizing the killings as genocide at a time when the dynamic between Washington and Ankara is already historically contentious. Speaking on the matter during an interview with the Turkish broadcaster Haberturk on Tuesday, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said, “Statements that have no legal binding will have no benefit, but they will harm ties.”

“If the United States wants to worsen ties, the decision is theirs,” Cavusoglu added. 

This article will continue to be updated. 

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Brandi Glanville Goes Off on Bravo In New Interview

It looks like former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Brandi Glanville has some words for Bravo.

In a new interview with Entertainment Tonight, Glanville shared that she was “disappointed” in the network after she was not asked back for the upcoming season after being heavily featured last year. “I was disappointed, honestly, because I felt like I really gave them their season,” Glanville admitted. “They used the few times that I shot, like in the trailer and every commercial. I didn’t make very much money. I really thought maybe they’re going to ask me to come back, because I did so much for that season, and it’s just been crickets.”

Glanville also added that she hasn’t heard from anyone at the network since last year. “No one’s reached out to me. Not anyone to say ‘yes’ or ‘no.’ I would’ve thought I would’ve gotten a phone call and been like, ‘Listen, we’re going to go another route, but thanks…’ from anyone.”

Glanville continued, “I just felt like it was kind of crappy. I had had conversations in the past about coming back, [Andy Cohen] and I had. He’s like, ‘Maybe after [Lisa Vanderpump] leaves, and we’ll look into that.”

Glanville was a full-time cast member on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” during seasons three through five, but appeared as a guest during season six, and then again during seasons nine and ten.

Glanville Was a Major Part of Last Season’s ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’

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Even though Glanville hasn’t been a full-time cast member on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” since season five, the former star did play a major part in last season’s storyline. During season 10, Glanville made a few appearances and also revealed that she had hooked up with Denise Richards.

Glanville alleged to Teddi MellencampKyle Richards, and Kim Richards that she and Denise Richards first made out in a bathroom while out to dinner. Then, Glanville alleged that Richards invited her to stay with her for two nights in an out-of-town home. Richards has denied this story, but it didn’t stop it from being a major drama last season, causing plenty of friendship-ending fights, particularly between her and Lisa Rinna.

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Key Laker Almost Landed with Rival: Report

Talen Horton-Tucker has emerged as one of the most promising Los Angeles Lakers players on their roster, but they were not the only ones who were interested in the swingman. The Athletic’s Tony Jones noted the Jazz were hoping Horton-Tucker would fall to them in the 2019 NBA Draft.

“THT is really good,” Jones tweeted on April 19. “The Jazz were hoping he would fall to them a few years ago.”

The Lakers were without a pick in the draft and had to make a deal in order to land Horton-Tucker. Los Angeles traded with Orlando for the No. 46 pick, just seven spots ahead of where the Jazz ultimately selected Justin Wright-Foreman with their preferred target off the board.

Jones added that the Jazz attempted to trade up to land Horton-Tucker but was unsuccessful. The team was without a first-round pick and lost out on the guard to the Lakers. The Lakers and Jazz have had an interesting rivalry this season as Utah is currently the favorite to be the No. 1 seed in the playoffs.

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The Lakers Were Unwilling to Trade Horton-Tucker in a Deal for Lowry

All indications are the Lakers had a deal on the table with the Raptors to acquire star point guard Kyle Lowry, but the team was unwilling to include Horton-Tucker as part of the trade. According to The Athletic’s Jovan Buha and Bill Oram, this proved to be the sticking point in preventing the Lakers from landing Lowry.

“Multiple sources told The Athletic that the Lakers and Raptors discussed a trade that would have sent both members of Los Angeles’ starting backcourt, Dennis Schröder and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, and likely some draft compensation to Toronto for Lowry,” Buha and Oram detailed the day following the trade deadline. “Throughout Thursday morning, sources said, the sticking point was the inclusion of Talen Horton-Tucker. The same sources said that, Rob Pelinka, the Lakers’ vice president of basketball operations, insisted that price was too high for the 35-year-old Lowry, and that he was not willing to trade Horton-Tucker, the 20-year-old combo guard who has emerged as a valuable rotation player for the Lakers in …read more