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JCOLE LANDS MULTI-YEAR PARTNERSHIP WITH #PUMA
Rapper #JCole and #Puma have partnered. The company signed the rap artist in a multi-year partnership.
“Our partnership with Cole is deep-rooted. Cole’s involved in product creation, marketing campaigns and cultural guidance. He is going to be a key player in many of the things we do at PUMA moving forward and we’re excited to work with him not only on a product level but even more importantly as one of our athletes. Cole sits at the intersection of music and sport and represents everything that PUMA stands for as a brand.” says, global director of brand and marketing, Adam Petrick.
INDIANAPOLIS COMMUNITY REMOVES KOBE BRYANT MURAL AFTER DEEMING IT TOO UGLY
Murals celebrating the lives of NBA legend Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna have been popping up all across the country, following the tragic helicopter crash that took their lives along with seven others.
Folks have been sharing photos of the artwork on Instagram and Twitter, but one particular image has drawn harsh criticism from Bryant fans.
A local amateur artist in Indianapolis put up a mural on the side of a gas station — 38 Street Smoke Shop.
In the mural, the Lakers legend is wearing his number 24 jersey with the team color purple on either side. He is depicted leaning on a basketball with his lips pursed and a large tuft of armpit hair on display.
The artwork quickly caught the attention of passersby who began sharing it online by people who were mocking the painting.
“You killed Kobe all over again,” one Facebook user wrote after sharing a photo.
“This is what happens when you spend more time on the armpit hair than the face,” a user wrote on Twitter.