daily dos: Gerardo Ortiz's new record label, Nebraska says no to immigrants and Lionel Messi in FIFA 13

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daily dos: Gerardo Ortiz's new record label, Nebraska says no to immigrants and Lionel Messi in FIFA 13

  • Nebraska has joined Arizona in denying driver's licenses to young undocumented immigrants who apply for deportation deferments. Governor Dave Heineman: "They shouldn't be here if they're not here legally. That's the whole problem."
  • Rihanna says she still loves Chris Brown. "I'm single, but we have maintained a very close friendship since the restraining order has been dropped," said Rihanna in an interview with Oprah Winfrey, adding, "the main thing for me is that he is at peace."
  • Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine was none to happy to hear Mitt Romney's running mate, congressman Paul Ryan, cite Morello's band as one of his favorites. Paul Ryan "is the embodiment of the machine that our music has been raging against for two decades," wrote Morello in Rolling Stone magazine.
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  • Lionel Messi of Barcelona takes on Real Madrid in a the latest trailer for the highly-anticipated fútbol game FIFA 13.
  • Gerardo Ortiz is set to launch his own record label, Bad Sin Records. The 23-year-old Ortiz will be holding auditions in September to find talent to add to the label's roster.
  • Not so fast, Ryan Lochte: Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte recently trademarked the word "Jeah," which he says was influenced by Young Jeezy's "Chea!" One problem: West Coast rapper MC Eiht has been saying "Geah" long before Young Jeezy, and says he will block Lochte from trademarking the word: "Why try and trademark something his ass didn’t even create? I am mad that he isn’t giving me proper recognition for taking my saying. He is just disrespectful."

    (Ryan Lochte image by Jason Merritt/Getty)
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