By Brandon Stransky

Hello once again everybody and welcome to another edition of the Weekly Wrap-up where I give just quick little bullet point thoughts in regards to things going on in wrestling, media, entertainment, news, and other events around the world. Sorry for the lack of a release these last couple of weeks, just haven’t seen much I’ve felt is worth talking about. Let’s see what this week brought us.

-Kanye’s new album dropped, never was a fan and have no intentions of listening. I’m still shaking my head over those slavery comments.
-The ex-son-in-law of Courtney Love is suing her, alleging that she sent thugs to try and kill him to get Kurt’s guitar back which he had gotten as part of his divorce settlement with Kurt and Courtney’s daughter Francis. This is all I’m going to say on the subject, if she has no problem sending goons to try and kill someone over a guitar, it’s certainly possible that she could have had someone whack her husband so she could make millions.

-The big thing in sports that has most of everyone’s attention is the big flub JR Smith did during game 1 of the NBA finals when he mistakenly believed the Cavaliers were up and ran out the clock when the game was actually tied. Yea it was a bit of a big screw up that ended up costing them the game but I’d honestly like to see some of you even make it to the NBA Finals before you start going off about what a horrible player he is.

Video Games
-Read an article about a video game producer that made a game level where you get to shoot up a school. What in the flying f**k is wrong with people?

Other News
-Purdue Pharma, the producer of OxyContin, has been busted as a report has now come out that they were aware of how addictive their pills were as far back as the mid nineties when they had denied knowledge of that fact. With the opiod crisis that we’re facing, the fact that there’s no charges or any type of litigation being handed down is, IMO, unacceptable.

And that about wraps it up for this week. Hope you all have a great weekend and I’ll see you next week.