In my whole entire life we have been playing music in our home, no too loud…no complain, untill our new neighbors moved in!! (White Folks)They called the fuck’N piggs on us. Racist muthaFuxkers! just because i was playing #JAYZ. We are mexican, We play loud music!! “Are you paying my rent? I dont think so”; I feel like Bumping it loud now. -______- whatever #ThugLife
Excuse me, im just mad! I need my music loud when i clean. >:-|
Matt Kemp was standing in front of his locker after a recent game at Dodger Stadium, dancing and singing the lyrics to a Rihanna tune.
Kemp asked teammate Casey Blake if he knew whose voice was filling the airwaves of the clubhouse.
The pop diva just happens to be Kemp’s former girlfriend, too.
You can believe Kemp when he says he’s happier this year. He’s giddy on the field and in the clubhouse, and it shows with that smile and laugh. If you can joyfully sing along to your ex-girlfriend’s music, it’s proof you are in a good place.
“I’ve got a lot to be thankful for,” Kemp said. “I don’t need to be around here not being happy. I’m playing a game that’s very fun, and I’ve been doing since I was a kid. Life is pretty short. I don’t have time to be mad all the time and mad at people. Living like that is not healthy at all.”
There’s no reason to be mad when you’re on pace to have a career year.
Kemp hit his 100th career home run in Monday’s 4-3 loss to Houston. He’s been the one constant in the dreadful Dodgers offense this year. He’s batting .315 and was leading the majors in batting average - topping .400 - early in the season. Kemp leads the Dodgers in home runs (11), RBIs (33), walks (23) stolen bases (13) and runs scored (29).
He’s a leader of this team, too.
“He seems like he’s having fun, and he’s happy,” Dodgers general manager Don Mattingly said. “He’s been great and a joy to have around.”