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Kanye West says he “likes Jewish people again” after watching Jonah Hill in 2012’s 21 Jump Street. “No one should take anger against one or two individuals and transform that into hatred towards millions of innocent people,” West wrote in an Instagram post.
Yo La Tengo played Chicago’s Metro venue last night, where they brought out Wilco to play four covers during the encore. Earlier in the night, Yo La Tengo actually covered Wilco’s “If I Ever Was A Child,” and later both bands covered the Beatles’ “She’s A Woman,” Bob Dylan’s “Love Minus Zero/No Limit,” the Heartbreakers’ “One Track Mind,” and Fairport Convention’s “Who Knows Where The Time Goes?” Lastly, Yo La Tengo ended the show with a cover of “Yellow Sarong” by the Scene Is Now. Watch Wilco and Yo La Tengo perform together below, and thanks to Austin H for the tip!
Cathy Pellow, the owner of LA hard-rock label and management company Sargent House, is “stepping away from” her company and closing its management side after Henry Kohen of Mylets made a series of detailed allegations around the venue’s culture. He also accuses Pellow herself of misogyny and verbal, emotional, and financial abuse, among other things.
Mississippi morning news anchor and chief meteorologist Barbie Bassett has been fired after quoting Snoop Dogg on air earlier this month. Bassett worked at NBC affiliate WLBT, and during a March 8 broadcast she engaged in an on-air discussion around Snoop’s Cali wine line. At one point, Bassett said the phrase, “Fo shizzle, my nizzle.”