Soulja Boy rocked his $2,500 white leather Louis Stewart Jet Pack to his 21st Live Pay Per View Birthday Bash at The Highlands club in the Hollywood & Highland Center last night in Hollywood, California.
The Jet Pack is the newest edition to the Louis Stewart Collection and is available for custom order in a variety of colors and skins.
And who knew that foine actor Khalil Kain was rapper Maino’s brother?
According to loyal reader Roger Moore from the UK, he follows both Khalil and an actor named Merwin Mondesir (pictured above left) on Facebook. Roger told me in an email that Merwin put Khalil on full blast on Facebook.
Let’s get this part out of the way first: yes, Merwin is out and proud. Some of you may know him as ‘Dre’ the bartender on the cancelled Noah’s Arc, cable TV’s first series with an all-gay cast.
Are you sitting down? Apparently, that foine azz Khalil is teh ghey. I know how you ladies feel about Khalil and I sympathize with you.
It probably wasn’t a good idea for this Cleveland couple to wear their LeBron James Miami Heat jerseys to a Yankees game in Cleveland last night. When they showed up at the stadium in their Heat attire, a mob formed and the couple were quickly escorted out of the ballpark by police before any violence ensued.
My bad. After reviewing the tape I see that the guy’s gilfriend was wearing a Cleveland Indians jersey, not a Miami Heat jersey like her boyfriend.
Yes, this is still a free country where you can wear a jersey expressing your favorite team, but common sense should have prevailed. They should have known that LeBron is still a sensitive subject inside the Cleveland city limits.
JET magazine takes us on an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the JET photo shoot at T.I.’s posh mansion in Jonesboro, just minutes from Atlanta. T.I. and Tiny will take their vows before friends and family in Miami this weekend. It should be nice.
The current issue of JET with T.I. on the cover will be on newsstands August 2nd!
U.S. president Barack Obama appeared on ‘The View’ and promptly stirred up a hornet’s nest of controversy when he referred to blacks as “a sort of mongrel people.”
For those who aren’t familiar with the term: a mongrel is a type of dog that is considered undesirable among breeders because its breed can not easily be determined.
It is highly insulting to refer to human beings as mongrels.
President Obama waded into the national race debate in an unlikely setting and with an unusual choice of words: telling daytime talk show hosts that African-Americans are “sort of a mongrel people.”
The president appeared on ABC’s morning talk show “The View” Thursday, where he talked about the forced resignation of Agriculture Department official Shirley Sherrod, his experience with race and his roots.
When asked about his background, which includes a black father and white mother, Obama said of African-Americans: “We are sort of a mongrel people.”
“I mean we’re all kinds of mixed up,” Obama said. “That’s actually true of white people as well, but we just know more about it.” Read More…
Rihanna’s teh ghey “eyelash designer” Ja’Maal Buster uploaded this Twitpic of himself and his client RiRi modeling one his creations on the set of a Doritos commercial. And here we thought Rihanna’s career was slowly fading. Photo: Rihanna Daily
Rapper 50 Cent was among the celebs attending the “Twelve” premiere at the Landmark Sunshine Theatre in New York City last night. Fiddy attended the event with a brown skin shawty.
In a conversation with a CNN reporter last week, I talked about certain celebrity geniuses who reached a pinnacle of their careers that most artists never attain.
But instead of being remembered for their contributions to their art, these stars are remembered for the way they flamed out.
Kanye West is one such musical genius slash narcissist who will be remembered for the way his career went up in a ball of flames.
The NY Times’ Artsbeat blog reports that Kanye’s new music video for his lame track “Power” invites us into the dark, twisted fantasies of his mind “teeming with debauchery, degradation and the ominous specter of death.”
Sounds good so far, right?
In a coming video for his single “Power” that was created by the artist Marco Brambilla, Mr. West is seen standing imposingly with a heavy chain around his neck. As Mr. West raps the camera slowly zooms out in one continuous, unedited take to reveal him in a classical structure, surrounded by female attendants who are partly or entirely nude; some kneel before him on all fours, others wear devil horns and still others are suspended upside down from the ceiling. The Sword of Damocles hangs precariously over Mr. West’s head, and behind him an unseen executioner is preparing to strike him with a blade. (ArtsBeat was allowed to watch a portion of this video but was not permitted to post it.) Read More…
The video will be posted on Kanye’s blog next week.
Singer Christina Milian was spotted shopping with her baby wearing questionable attire. Someone should explain to Christina that you dress like a hooker to catch a man but you dress like a lady to keep him.
Men love hookers and strippers but they don’t want to marry one. Am I wrong? As you know, baby Violet’s daddy is singer/songwriter The Dream, who served Christina with divorce papers at her bedside while she was in labor. There’s a special kind of hail reserved for a man like that.
Anyway, Christina has moved on with her life — which I’m told no longer includes men. There’s a rumor going around that Christina is getting it in with a certain hunky tennis player who can easily body The Dream. I don’t know if this rumor is true so I won’t say any names.