- During episode 355 of the "TigerBelly" podcast on Thursday, comedian Bobby Lee shared that an up-and-coming musician mistook him for record producer and DJ Steve Aoki.
- The incident, which he dubbed a “nightmare,” happened while he and his then-girlfriend Khalyla Kuhn were attending a Fourth of July party at an unnamed “famous person's house.”
- According to Lee, an “unknown but talented musician” walked up to him and called him “Steve.”
- He corrected the woman by telling her his name was ‘Bobby’ but then, “she goes, ‘Steve’ again” as she apparently did not hear his response.
- Kuhn added that she was proud of the way Lee handled the situation, recalling the way he “grabbed her forearm” and said to the musician “‘Oh my god, I think you think I'm somebody else nice. I'm not Steve Aoki, I'm Bobby Lee.’ She also added that Lee “said something funny like, ‘I'm so much fatter than him.’”
- While the discussion was lighthearted, the episode wrapped up in a somber tone as the couple announced that they are breaking up.
Comedian Bobby Lee recently shared the story of when an up-and-coming musician mistook him for record producer and DJ Steve Aoki.
During Episode 355 of the “TigerBelly” podcast on Thursday, Lee revealed that the incident he dubbed a “nightmare” happened while he and then-girlfriend Khalyla Kuhn were attending a Fourth of July party at an unnamed “famous person’s house.”
- Model Yumi Nu joins Kim Kardashian, Maye Musk and Ciara as cover stars for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2022 issue, which hits newsstands on May 19.
- The 25-year-old rising star is the granddaughter of Benihana founder Rocky Aoki and the niece of DJ Steve Aoki.
- In her Sports Illustrated Swimsuit photo shoot, which was shot in Montenegro by James Macari, Nu modeled swimwear, robes and jewelry.
- Her cover story, titled "Yumi Nu's Year of Visibility," touches on the evolving perceptions in the fashion industry.
- After becoming the first-ever Asian plus-size model to be featured in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit last year, Nu graced the cover of Vogue’s September 2021 issue and also became the first Asian curve model on a Vogue Japan cover last month.
After debuting in the pages of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit last year, plus-sized model and singer Yumi Nu is now on the cover of this year’s issue.
Nu, who is of Dutch and Japanese descent, joined Kim Kardashian, Maye Musk and Ciara as cover stars for the new issue that hits newsstands on May 19.
Netflix’s live-action adaptation of “Cowboy Bebop” starring John Cho was released on Friday and to celebrate the occasion, DJ Steve Aoki dropped a remix of the show’s classic theme “Tank!”
Reinterpretation: Aoki put his own spin on Japanese composer Yoko Kanno’s original composition with Latin-infused big band jazz music and his signature EDM sound.
DJ Steve Aoki made a child’s wish come true by inviting him to his Las Vegas home and bought him a piano and three months of lessons.
Kids Wish Network, an organization dedicated to granting wishes of children ages 3 to 18 who are battling life-threatening illnesses, helped set up the heartwarming moment.
Fans of reality TV shows and DJ Steve Aoki are in luck as the Japanese American artist has recently opened the doors to reveal the amazing interior of his Las Vegas, Nevada mansion.
The 16,779-square-foot (1,558-square-meter) house, which was acquired by the 41-year-old musician at an auction for $2.6 million in 2013, was recently featured in an episode of Scott Disick’s “Flip It Like Disick.”
After a successful launch last year, Steve Aoki‘s pizza venture “Pizzaoki” has been expanding to more locations.
Aoki, the fourth-highest-paid DJ in the world, has already announced interest in expanding across the country after his first location began serving customers in Los Angeles back in July, reports Forbes.
Steve Aoki just dropped the music video for his smash hit collaboration with BTS, “Waste It On Me,” which features an all-Asian American cast. We got the chance to sit down with the Grammy-nominated DJ to talk about his experience working with BTS, the importance of Asian representation and more.
Aoki, while speaking to 98PXY host, Chris Konya, praised BTS for their overwhelming achievements, particularly commenting on how they can hold sold-out concerts in the United States, AllKpop reported.
Steve Aoki is hands down one of the most successful DJs in the world. He was ranked 5th on the Forbes 2016 list among the world’s highest paid DJs and raked in $23.6 million in 2015. These are well-deserved accolades for the man once dubbed the “hardest working DJ in the world”, having done up to 300 shows a year.
A fun fact about Aoki is that he’s the son of Rocky Aoki, the former pro wrestler and founder of the Benihana restaurant chain. While some might immediately assume that Steve Aoki was born with a silver spoon in his mouth, it’s the opposite that’s true.
Steve Aoki is having the time of his life at Coachella and you can see in his Instagram photos.
Celebrity DJ and record producer, Steve Aoki, recently took a knee as a sign of protest against racism with the controversial former NFL San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
Both Kaepernick and Aoki shared the photo they took in front of a mural in Tribeca, lower Manhattan New York on their social media account on October 30, according to AsAm News.