Roundup: Jay-Z Lands on Law School Curriculum, C. Love Talks About Her Vagina

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St. Louis University law professor Caleb Moore is teaching Fourth Amendment jurisprudence through the lyrics to the second verse of Jay-Z‘s “99 Problems” (SCOTUS Blog). Which, will not help his students deal with their impending problems…law school debt and a surplus of law school grads.

The Gallagher brothers’ feud continues unabated. At a Japanese festival where Liam Gallagher‘s Beady Eye and Noel Gallagher‘s High Flying Birds were playing different nights, Liam dedicated the Oasis songs “Rock and Roll Star” to “the one and only Mr. Noel Gallagher” and “Morning Glory” to “the High Flying Smurfs,” respectively (NME).

Courtney Love has asked Lana Del Rey to “think about my vagina” next time she sings “Heart Shaped Box.” In a series of now-deleted Twitter posts, Love wrote, “You do know the song is about my Vagina right? ‘Throw down your umbilical noose so i can climb right back,’ umm… On top of which some of the lyrics about my vagina I contributed. So umm next time you sing it, think about my vagina will you?”

After leaving Sonic Youth, likely due to a pending divorce from Kim Gordon, Thurston Moore has surfaced with the black metal band Twilight.

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