This past week Olivia Rose stripped down and showered in her latest NSFW short film, Rihanna danced all over Drake in her video for “Work,” Kim Kardashian’s app officially made $100 million, and Bob Ezrin ripped apart Kanye West and The Life of Pablo. Below you’ll find a roundup of our favorite comments from the week, spanning the aforementioned posts and a few others.

Please be sure to keep the funny, interesting and bizarre comments coming, and in the meantime check out this week’s finest below.

#10 commented on: The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star II Mono Is the Ultimate Monochrome Sneaker

Damn Daniel x converse colab

Aj Légit White

#09 commented on: These Are the Most Right-Swiped Jobs on Tinder

Changing my profile to firefighter immediately

Viktor Shaulov

#08 commented on: Here’s the Scathing Critic That Has Kanye Really, Really Pissed

I’ve honestly never heard of Bob… But more importantly, Kim still failed to put those child locks on the computer.

I mess with Ye

#07 commented on: NikeLab Is Dropping More Tech Fleece Air Mocs for SS16

Crocs for eskimos?

Mike Stranéus

#06 commented on: Rihanna Tops Kanye West as Fashion Week’s Most Tweeted About Designer

What happens when your shit is actually wearable

DeMarcus Allen

#05 commented on: Daniel Arsham Carves a 300-Foot “Wall Excavation” in SCAD Museum

Damn Daniel again with the white walls

Kevin Korenjak

#04 commented on: Travis Scott & DJ Khaled Were Some of Our Best Dressed Celebrities This Week

I can’t see any situation where DJ Khaled is the best dressed anything.

Jesse Jwalk Walker

#03 commented on: Kim Kardashian’s Gaming App Has Made $100 Million

She gonna help Kanye out of debt or no?

Daminiyi Solebo

#02 commented on: Watch Rihanna Buss a Whine on Drake in the “Work” Music Video

Work work work gadababdabdabdabdabdbabdabd work work work badabdabdabdbadbadbadbadbadbabd

Federico Boratto

#01 commented on: Olivia Rose Strips Down and Takes a Shower in NSFW Short Film

they want to tease you but they just don’t realize 50 seconds is ENOUGH

Nicolò Maganzani
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