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Aaron Rodgers walked off Lambeau Field feeling “gutted” after losing the NFC Championship Game for the fourth time in the past seven seasons and wondering about his future with the team.
“A lot of guys’ futures that are uncertain – myself included,” Rodgers said following the Green Bay Packers’ 31-26 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Even as he’s likely to receive his third NFL MVP award in 13 days, Rodgers hinted that the unthinkable – he won’t be back for his 17th season with the team and 14th as the team’s starter – isn’t so unthinkable, after all.
General manager Brian Gutekunst traded up in the first round last year to land quarterback Jordan Love. That transaction immediately put Rodgers’ future with the club in limbo.
Rodgers responded with perhaps the best season of his Hall of Fame-worthy career. With Rodgers leading the NFL in passer rating, touchdown passes, touchdown percentage, interception percentage and completion percentage, Green Bay finished 13-3, earned the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs and led the NFL in scoring.
But it all came to a screeching halt against the Buccaneers. Back-to-back interceptions of Bucs quarterback Tom Brady resulted in three-and-out punts, and a first-and-goal at the 8 resulted in only a field goal that made it a five-point game.
He never got another chance with the ball.
Now, what’s next? How does the 37-year-old Rodgers pick up the pieces after coming up short after finally getting the NFC Championship Game on the home turf? How does the team take the next step with major salary-cap challenges looming?
“I don’t know, I really don’t,” Rodgers said. “There’s a lot of unknowns going into this offseason now. I’m going to have to take some time away, for sure, and clear my head and just kind of see what’s going on with everything. But it’s pretty tough right now, especially thinking about the guys that may or may not be here next year. There’s always change. That’s the only constant in this business. It’s really tough to get to this point. Really, really tough, especially with there being only one bye week in the playoffs. It’s a grind just to get to this point. And that makes the finality of it all kind of hit you like a ton of bricks. That’s why it’s a gutting feeling in your stomach. Ugh.”
Rodgers went on to thank reporters – something he’s never done. Knowing the weight of what he says, Rodgers always delivers thoughtful, measured comments. That he went so far as to say even his future is uncertain spoke volumes of his perception of his future.
For what it’s worth, coach Matt LaFleur made it clear he wants Rodgers back. Maybe LaFleur knows what Gutekunst is thinking on that subject. Or, maybe LaFleur is ratcheting up the pressure on Gutekunst to give the quarterback-coach tandem at least another shot after losing a second consecutive conference championship.
“I sure as hell hope so,” LaFleur said. “I mean, the guy’s the MVP of this league. He’s the heart and soul of our football team. So, hell yeah, he better be back here. He’s our leader. Just so appreciative of him buying into what we’re trying to get done around here and leading that group. His voice carries a lot of weight in that locker room and I feel for him. Him being in this situation and for us not to get it done, man, it hurts.”
With a history of harnessing their own dynamic and fostering their own language, it was only a matter of time before they rocked the industry with futuristic thinking once again. This time in the form of a one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang Clan album that made it into the hands of a future felon for a whopping $2 million.
When news came out about a single copy album being dropped by none other than Wu-Tang Clan, fans were chomping at the bits to hear the exclusive content. The rap group has made an influential name for themselves in the music industry over the past 30 years, with songs like “Protect Ya Neck,” “C.R.E.A.M,” “Gold,” and many more.
Wu-Tang Clan dropped their single copy album on March 26th, 2014. According to an interview with Forbes that was reported by Scluzay, the exclusive release of their album Once Upon a Time in Shaolin came in response to “music [being] economically and experientially devalued in a world of superficial streaming and data consumption.”
It seemed unfair for many fans at first as the media continuously defined their motives to be aligned with making more money. However, Cilvaringz told Forbes, “It was never a simple money-making scheme as the press made it to be.”
In fact, the Wu-Tang Clan member explains that the idea was actually more aligned with his own experiences with some inspiration from the Renaissance age.
“The idea to do a single copy album conceptualized itself on a variety of factors, such as my career, experiences, debates, a shifting industry, and more,” Cilvaringz said. He continues,
“[The single copy concept] mostly drew inspiration from musical patronage in the Renaissance age and was intended to inspire profound debates and reflection on how we value, experience and define music in today’s world.”
Beyoncé is one of the most recognizable people on the planet. She’s been in the public eye since she was a teenager building her career and massive wealth. Though the singer lets fans in on to small glimpses of her life through Instagram, Beyoncé is also known for keeping her private life out of the spotlight.
Still, despite her desire for privacy, Beyoncé fans have uncovered some of her favorite vacation spots. She’s been known to live her best life in places like the Dominican Republic, Brazil, and Ibiza. However, Paris will always have a special place in the singer’s heart.
After working more than two decades in the entertainment industry in everything from music to film to business endeavors, Beyoncé has not only made a name for herself; she has also established a massive net worth. According to Celebrity Net Worth, the Black Is King creator is worth some $500 million.
Beyoncé often stays at one lavish hotel with a $20,000 per night cost when she’s in the city of light.
Though the mother three isn’t currently on tour, her investments and other ventures like Ivy park x Adidas are always making her money. When it comes to spending lavishly, Beyoncé doesn’t spare any expense for her lifestyle, wellness, children, or self-care.
In fact, even with all of her money, the singer can still tap into her husband Jay-Z’s $1 billion fortune if she chose to do so.
Though she is not constantly flaunting her wealth like some other celebrities, Beyoncé knows how to spend a dime or two on lavish items. For Jay-Z’s first Father’s Day in 2012, the Lemonade singer purchased her husband a $40 million jet.
According to Travel, the bombardier Challenger 850 has one large bedroom, two bathrooms, and can sleep up to seven people. The couple also spent quite a deal of money on their rumored 30,000 square foot mansion in the LA area. The home includes a 15 car garage, a recording studio, a theater, a spa, four swimming pools, a full basketball court, and separate staff quarters.
Even when it comes to day to day living, the Homecoming director has no qualms about emptying her pockets. Her former accountant has claimed that her bills alone can total $300,000.In addition to the “Black Parade” singer’s everyday expenses, she’s also known to drop quite a sum when it comes to her vacations. She’s been open about saying that Paris is one of her favorite places on the globe. When visiting, the singer often stays at the Hotel Le Meurice, which costs a stunning $20,000 per night for its two-story penthouse. According to People, the penthouse suite overlooks the Tuileries Gardens. It also has a private kitchen, a glass-enclosed dining room, and an enormous private open-air terrace.
These two Lima, Ohio natives release their fresh man track together titled "Bad Bitch Remix" Draztik Da Boss and rapper Nieman Marcus formally known as Gansta Marcus came hard for the remix. With Fat Man Scoop DJ Drops on the recording, and a remix sample of Webbie's "Bad Bitch" track, this sound is a sure hit for the clubs. Byron (Draztik Da Boss) Phillips was born & raised in Lima,Ohio. He produces rappers,make beats, and engineer. He has released 3 C.D.'s with the group "Trump Tight".