808’s & Ankle Breaks Episode 4

“If you’re putting strawberries on pizza…that’s a sociopath.”
On this episode of 808s and Ankle Breaks, Jonathan Kermah and Trevor Wilson are joined by up and coming rapper Dezmond. They discuss a variety of topics including Jordan vs. Lebron, pineapples on pizza and much more.
Tune In:
Dezmond- “Taste”
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Holy My Drink Podcast Reboot

Hello beautiful people! On this episode of the Hold My Drink Podcast, Khaled and I (Fredy) talk about the notable free agent signings and trades around the NFL, whats happening with the Patriots, soccer, and we talk a little about the Danger SOS conspiracy.

Be sure to follow the Hold My Drink twitter, @holdmysporttake. Follow yours truly on twitter @fat_fred53, and follow the OG Heartthrob Khaled @khaled_hantash. Be sure to stick with us because we will keep bringing you the best content we can!

808’s and Anklebreaks Episode 2

On this episode of 808s & Ankle Breaks, Jonathan Kermah and Trevor Wilson discuss Migos and Drake’s “Walk It Talk It” music video, XXXTENTACION’s new album, Lebron James’ Instagram flexin’, the wild western conference in the NBA, and more. Special thanks to all the wholesome kings and top shelf ladies for giving this one a listen. Follow Jonathan and Trevor on Twitter, @jkermah98 and @TrevorWilsonOG.

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Denzel Curry – “Uh Huh” feat. IDK


“Gucci Gang” 43 minute cut (listen at your own risk)

808daily – Guccigangdumblongremix

6ix9ine exposed by the Game on Instagram:



Square up play of the week:


The Final Piece?


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As the 2017-2018 season winds down for the Boston Celtics, you cannot help but have positive thoughts about the future.  The team is set to finish second in the conference, which would guarantee home court advantage through the first two rounds of the playoffs.  They are on pace to finish with 55 wins, 2 more than the team had last season. Young studs Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown have played remarkably, filling in the role created by the injury of wing Gordon Hayward, and Al Horford and Kyrie Irving were All-Stars.  Injuries aside (and there have been many), the core at hand has many gleefully looking towards the future.

But is there one more move in store?

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