Now that’s a record worth breaking! At the BottleRock Napa Valley music festival, Snoop Dogg with fellow rapper Warren G and Top Chef Season 6 winner Michael Voltaggio, with the help of kitchenware brand Williams Sonoma, broke the Guinness World Record for the largest paradise cocktail on Saturday.

The Guinness  Book of World Records officials confirmed the cocktail measured in at more than 132 gallons (500 liters). 

The drink contained 180 bottles of gin, 154 bottles of apricot brandy and 38 jugs of orange juice, according to Guinness, garnished with a pink umbrella and a giant straw, which Snoop used to mix up the delicious beverage.

The song Gin and Juice catapulted the rapper into fame back in 1994 as the second single off of his debut album Doggystyle


The song in question is “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites” and I think it is not just the mosquitos who are negatively affected by it.

A study recently published in the journal Acta Tropica on mosquito feeding and breeding habits found that the insects are less likely to eat or reproduce when the above-mentioned song is playing. The specific type of mosquito researched was the Aedes aegypti, called the yellow fever mosquito, known to carry many diseases. 

Researchers already knew that electronic music – and more specifically, Skrillex’s low-frequency vibrations – disrupt mating habits in insects. They found that the noise makes it harder for them to receive signals from hosts.

In the experiment, mosquitos in the environment with music were less likely to feed on the provided host and were less likely to reproduce than mosquitos in the environment without music. Researchers believe that these findings can be used to help develop more ways to control Aedes-carried diseases.

The man formerly known as John Lomas, 38, changed his name to John Michael Jackson because he was a big fan of his during childhood.

After seeing the documentary Leaving Neverland in which the famous singer was accused of being a pedophile, the factory worker from Malvern, England is having some second thoughts. The documentary gives some pretty damning evidence that Michael Jackson (The singer, not the factory worker.) was a sick, abusive pedophile who systematically abused little boys and you don`t really want to share a name with such a person. The same way the name Adolf has been pretty much dead since the 40´s.

He said: “During my childhood I had various obsessions and special interests growing up and one of those has been Michael Jackson. A few years ago I went to LA and soon after that I changed my name to Michael Jackson legally. I have supported him blindly for years and but it has come to a point with everything recently that I’ve thought, ‘no more’.”

Well, I`m pretty sure that if Mr. Jackson met you during your childhood, you would have been his obsession and special interest.

The death of the main character does not mean there can not be a sequel. Especially not in Hollywood where logic and story take second place to money.

Page Six reports that the band Queen and its management want a sequel to the Oscar-winning hit Freddie Mercury biopic, “Bohemian Rhapsody.” Queen guitarist, and co-producer of “Bohemian Rhapsody,” Brian May has hinted that a sequel to the film might happen, and that “there’s more to tell” of the story: “I think Live Aid is a good point to leave it. Who knows, there might be a sequel.”

They could call it “Bohemian Rhapsody 2 – Resurrection”. In this movie, Freddie Mercury could rise up from the dead and create the first zombie Christian rock band. Or they could set the movie in a parallel universe in which he never starts singing, but instead becomes a plumber, who struggles with alcoholism and ends up arrested in his bloody white tank top after a domestic violence incident.

They have some amazing hand farters.