Sactown Royalty

Sacramento can’t get Chingy in LA

The Sacramento Kings lost 117-98 to the Los Angeles Clippers, missing the opportunity to finish the season series 3-1. This was one of the more lopsided games at this point in the season. From the start, the Clippers were too good for the Kings tonight jumping out to a 9-0 lead. The Kings were down 15 at the end of the first quarter, 14 at half, and 22 to end the third. Both Paul George and Ivica Zubac were able to put up a double-double with plenty of time left in the game. While Norman Powell scored 20 points off the bench.
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Chingy Says He Was Not Offended by Racist Meme Posted by Estee Lauder Exec

Chingy is unbothered about the racist meme shared by an Estee Lauder Executive that featured his name. Over the weekend, the senior executive, John Demsey, shared a racist meme, allegedly without reading it. Demsey apologized online, stating he made “the terrible mistake of carelessly reposting a racist meme without reading...
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Beauty Company Executive Fired for Posting Sesame Street Meme Mentioning Chingy, the N-Word and COVID-19 – Report

A beauty executive has reportedly been fired for posting a very random meme that mentioned Chingy and now the rapper is trending at No. 1 in the United State on Twitter. Today (Feb. 28), news broke of John Demsey—now-former senior executive of the beauty company Estée Lauder—being fired from his position for posting a Sesame Street meme on his personal Instagram page that mentioned the Chingy, N-word and COVID-19. CNN reports that Estée Lauder has released a statement confirming Demsey's termination, saying it was a "result of his recent Instagram posts, which do not reflect the values of the Estée Lauder Companies."
St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Chingy's 'Right Thurr' lands in new Leo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence Netflix movie 'Don't Look Up'

“Right Thurr” is a gift that keeps on giving for St. Louis rapper Chingy. His breakthrough 2003 song “Right Thurr” lands a huge placement in the just-premiered Netflix movie “Don’t Look Up.’ The scene featuring “Right Thurr” is at the beginning of the flick in a scene with Leo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, and Lawrence’s very unfortunate bangs as they monitor an extinction level event comet hurling towards Earth.