8 Things To Know This AM — Jul 03 2014

Uh oh, uh oh, uh oh, uh oh, uh oh (you know the tune): Speculation about alleged Jay Z infidelity is running rampant after Beyoncé cryptically changed some lyrics during a concert. (The Daily Beast)
By the old gods and the new: Starz has picked up Neil Gaiman's American Gods, which fans are hoping will be the new Game of Thrones. (Hollywood Reporter)
An amazing Tumblr called "Fly Art" places hip-hop lyrics on classic works of art. And, it actually works. (Flavorwire)
Yesterday was Lindsay Lohan's 28th birthday, and she marked the occasion by filing a lawsuit against the makers of Grand Theft Auto V. The suit alleges that a character in the game named Lacey Kunis, who experiences legal troubles and racks up unpaid hotel bills, is based on Lohan. (NY Daily News)
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"Better Call Saul Isn't Really a Prequel After All" is our favorite Breaking Bad-related rhyming headline. (Nerdist)
Viral champions OK Go imagine a truly epic Fourth of July video commissioned by President Obama. (Vanity Fair)
Urban Skyfarm's trippy-looking skyscraper trees could bring acres of farmable land into cities. (Co.Exist)
Finally, Sheryl Sandberg has apologized for Facebook's mood manipulation study. (USA Today)
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