HERE'S THE RUNDOWN
- Calvin Harris Hangs With Taylor Swift's Enemy Kim Kardashian!
- Lil' Wayne Abruptly Ends Concert After 10 Minutes
- Ciara and Future's Legal Battle Continues
- Katt Williams Arrested For Battery!
Third Eye Blind has zero regrets about trolling Donald Trump supporters who filled the crowd at their Cleveland concert.
Frontman Stephan Jenkins was on "TMZ Live" Wednesday and said the band had no idea their charity gig at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame would be saturated with Trump supporters in town for the RNC.
You gotta see him describe the moment he figured out who they were playing to -- and it sounds like the fact Trump just got nominated wasn't sitting well with the band ... which went on to play obscure tracks and poke fun at the GOP platform. You can guess how that went over -- lots of boos.
As for whether they avoided playing their biggest hit, "Semi-Charmed Life" on purpose? Stephan gave us the most awesome answer.
Tons of HUGE agents came calling for NBA prospect Terrance Ferguson when he announced he'd be skipping college to play pro ball in Australia -- so the question, why did he choose Lil Wayne?
The 18-year-old phenom joined the guys on the "TMZ Sports" TV show (airs Thursday on FS1) and explained why he felt Young Money Sports is the best fit.
Oh ... and that fact he went to prom with smokin' hot Young Money artist Stephanie Acevedo -- yeah, that didn't hurt either!!!
FYI -- Ferguson is one of the top high school players in the country and is heading Down Under for a year until he's eligible to enter the NBA draft.
Make sure to check out the entire interview tonight on FS1 -- especially the part where Terrance vows to DESTROY our guy Van in a dunk contest. #CantWait
Mark Hoppus has a warning for Blink-182 fans ... DON'T MESS WITH HIS "POKEMON GO" GAME!!!
Mark's a longtime Poke-player and called into "TMZ Live" to explain why the latest version of the game is taking over everyone's lives, including his.
Mark took a day off from the game but says he's gonna catch up when Blink-182 hits the road soon to support their #1 album, "California." He says it's an easy way to kill time, and apparently he's not the only rocker trying to catch 'em all.
The scores of celebs who met Wednesday night to figure out solutions to the racial divide in America were not in full agreement ... so says The Game, who was front and center.
Game and the others met at Cedric the Entertainer's home in the San Fernando Valley, and the rapper told us on "TMZ Live" there was some conflict over the mantra ... Black Lives Matter vs. All Lives Matter.
Game says in the end the group unified, and they'll meet again soon ... to start mapping out concrete solutions.
The full interview airs today on "TMZ Live."