David Spargo apparently really wanted to meet the band "Peking Duk," so much so that he was willing to poorly edit the band's Wikipedia entry in order to convince a security guy he belonged backstage. Lucky for him, it worked.
The ill-placed and poorly formatted "Family David Spargo" was legit enough to dupe a surprisingly gullible security guard into letting David past him, where he introduced himself to the band:
"We ended up having a bunch of beers with him and he was an absolute legend. He wasn’t a creep or anything. He was like the most normal dude we’ve ever met. That’s what makes it more hilarious."
Was it worth it? Absolutely.
Would it work a second time? Probably not.
At one of his concerts, Justin Timberlake catches a "fan" in the second row flipping him the bird and singles her out in front of the whole crowd.
WARNING: The language gets a little bit nasty, as you might expect with someone getting flipped off. Prepare yourself.
While last week's show stopping cameo of Hologram/Ghost Tupac kept the internets abuzz, new jack rapper, ASAP Rocky, tried to one-up that last night and brought out erstwhile No Limit Soldier, Master P, for his Coachella debut. Master P and Rocky launched into "Make 'Em Say Uhh" and "I Miss My Homies," dedicating the latter to Trayvon Martin. Hologram Tupac could not be reached for comment.
Drake surely has to be the clumsiest rapper alive. A few years ago, he fell on stage and tore his ACL and last night, while in the UK, Wheelchair Jimmy took a step back and fell on his tookus (as the Brits say), much to the horror of 13 year old British teens. Forward to 1:30 to see what happens when swag takes precedence over familiarizing yourself with your surroundings.