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The Spurs Mascot Kind Of Nailed Mariah Carey’s NYE Performance


The San Antonio Spurs just took shade throwing to a whole other level.

The San Antonio Spurs Coyote took to the court for a very special and exceptionally shady half-time show. In case you didn’t already know, Mariah Carey has been caught up in a bit of controversy tied to her New Year’s Eve performance in New York City. While Carey was performing during New Year’s Rockin’ Eve, she experienced some technical difficulties with her backing track and ended up walking around the stage and talking to the crowd more than singing.

Here’s a quick recap of Carey’s NYE performance.


Only a queen wouldn’t care about this kind of performance.

This mascot really didn’t hold anything back during the shade throwing.

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What’s going on with your mic, buddy?

So. ? Much. ? Shade. ?

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CREDIT: @spurs / Twitter

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Mariah Carey hasn’t entertained the performance with a response, but she did tweet some encouraging words that she is clearly living by.


Get it, queen. That’s how you encourage some self-love.


READ: Mariah Carey Is Fighting Those Diva Rumors… From Her Yacht In Italy

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Family Of Unarmed Man Who Was Killed By Off-Duty Police Officer Says They Had A History

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Family Of Unarmed Man Who Was Killed By Off-Duty Police Officer Says They Had A History


Chicago is reeling after José Nieves, an unarmed man, was shot and killed by an off-duty police officer in the city’s Hermosa neighborhood last week. Police officials have confirmed that Nieves was unarmed when a 57-year-old mass transit officer fatally shot him. Police have not released the name of the officer who shot Nieves, but have placed him on desk duty.

“The person who was shot did not have a weapon. That much we know. The officer’s weapon is the only one we found,” police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi told the press during a news conference.

Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson told reporters, “I have a lot more questions than I have answers at this time.”

It was not the first time the officer and Nieves had interacted.


Chicago police, who confirmed that Nieves and the officer in question had a previous disagreement, say they are trying to construct a timeline of events leading up to the shooting. The incident remains under investigation.

Angelica Nieves, the victim’s sister, says her brother was previously harassed and threatened by the armed officer.

“He would complain about the guy pulling out his gun at him, him coming home from work. More than once, he’s called 911. They’ve gone to the apartment. They’ve gone there. They don’t do nothing about it. He’s an officer,” Angelica told CBS Chicago.


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