Rapper Vic Mensa successfully completes the trending milk crate challenge while he was holding a bottle of alcohol.
“accepting all challengers” Victor Kwesi Mensah wrote on Instagram. The Chicago-born rapper held on to his bottle of drink while he went through the mountain of crates. Mensa stopped at the top to take a sip from the bottle before he completed the challenge with a victory dance.
“He look the type that practiced this shit before he came” A fan wrote. Another said: “a small part of me wanted to see the fall but I’m happy you made it through” One said: “you risked it all up there my boy that coulda been yo last shot” Another said: “The first step… my guy paused and contemplated his whole life”.
This is coming few days after a man named White Mike climbed up stacked milk crates while rolling a blunt. The video got over 1 million views on Twitter.
Vic Mensa was a part of the group Kids These Days, which disbanded in May 2013, following which he released his debut solo mixtape Innanetape. He is presently signed to Roc Nation.
Nasrat Haqparast mother is dead, “My best friend in this world”
Mohammad Nasrat Haqparas, a German MMA fighter who now fights in the UFC’s Lightweight division, has lost his mother.
“My best friend in this world. People who know me knew that my life goal was to please God and my parents. ” Haqparast wrote on Instagram. “Everything I did was to make you proud and give you happiness. “
The MMA fighter said: “The last 2 years were the hardest of our life and in every prayer, I asked Allah with tears in my eyes to give you health. Until the end, your words were “Trust in God”. “
Nasrat said after his mother was diagnosed with the deadly disease she was still able to finish 2 whole Ramadan. “With the hardest chemotherapy, you still finished 2 whole Ramadan, never missed a prayer, and even complete the “Hadjj” with this disease. ” He wrote.
“Our place is Jannah and I hope you were pleased with me my diamond “
This is coming 24 days away from his scheduled fight against Dan Hooker.
Haqparast was born in Germany to Afghan parents from Kandahar who had fled Afghanistan as refugees.
At fourteen years old, his parents felt he was overweight and enrolled him in kickboxing courses. Instead, Haqparast enrolled in an MMA class after seeing a sparring session in the room adjacent to the kickboxing class.
Haqparast began his professional MMA career in 2012 and built an 8-1 record before signing with the UFC.