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The rapper treated a group of student fans in Preston to trip around Tesco, followed by a three course meal and a special performance in their living room
Let it never be said that 90's rapper Coolio doesn't know how to treat his fans. The 'Gangsta's Paradise' rapper was performing in Preston and after the show he began talking to a group of students from the University of Central Lancashire who had VIP tickets to the gig, which by all accounts is a pretty cool procedure for an artist. But things soon took a bizarre turn when the rapper decided to extend his stay a little longer.
Credit to the guy for keeping this hair style going for so long
Reddit user lorcantc uploaded a video of the rapper in the student group's living room, performing an acoustic rendition of his most famous song, trying his best to get everyone involved with the action. When asked why Coolio was performing in the living room, the Redditor said that after a show he performed in the city, he decided to go back to the house and told the residents that he had no plans for the night. In a bid to make the night a whole lot more interesting, Coolio and the gang then went to a nearby Tesco supermarket and bought all the ingredients for a three course meal, which consisted of "Coolio's Caprese Salad, Chicken á la Daaaamn, and Peach Crumble."
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Coolio. A university dorm. Peach crumble.
It's great when celebrities and university students mix - it makes for stories like this one. Apparently, while catching up on some golf in Scotland a few years ago, Bill Murray ended up doing the dishes in a St Andrews University halls of residence - though unfortunately there's no photographic evidence.
However, we've got the benefit of some high quality video recording to prove that 1990's hip-hop star Coolio treated a couple of Lancashire students to an acoustic rendition of his biggest hit Gangsta's Paradise after a gig this week.
One of the students, Lorcan, posted his account of the night on Reddit, saying he managed to persuade Coolio to join he and his friends in their living room for some acoustic action. Wearing a white t-shirt and some jeans, the rapper reclines on the leather sofa and hurries along the amateur guitarist. A handful of students take care of the famous chorus.
Coolio - Cookin' with Coolio: 5 Star Meals at a 1 Star Price Signature dish: Coolio Fork Steak and from the "Sinful Steaks" section. - . . . .Did they eat it? Of course. You'll eat anything if you're 'fame-ished'! - Monday 29th July 2013
Shriek's plot, as it were, is a stew of those from Scream and I Know What You Did Last Summer, centering around five students trying to avoid The Killer, a mysterious bungler in that now omnipresent Edvard Munch "The Scream" mask who knows embarrassing secrets about each of the students, including the fact that one student forgot to give her grandmother her laxative. Ha ha!
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An unremarkably routine superhero movie based on the cult-favorite comic book about a satanically-costumed blind vigilante, "Daredevil" plays like a C-grade grad project for a night school course called Superhero Filmmaking 101.
Faithful to his inspiration -- the era of "Daredevil" issues written by "Batman" revitalizer Frank Miller and comic-crazy film director Kevin Smith -- in several important details, writer-director Mark Steven Johnson's one stroke of true genius comes in the pulses of fluid, misty, ghostly imagery he uses to depict the sightless crime fighter's enhanced ability to "see" through sound waves and smells.
But most of the picture apes its action style -- and many whole fight scenes -- from last year's "Spider-Man." It has the same ineffectual opening voice-over, the same unconvincingly CGI-assisted rooftop leaping and building-swinging (Daredevil uses a grappling-hook-modified walking cane instead of spider-webbing) and its hero has the same slow-mo back-flip method of dodging weapons thrown by villains.
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