An Applebee’s waitress is out of a job for publicly humiliating a cheapskate pastor who refused to leave her a tip.
Pastor Alois Bell apologized to her congregation and called it a “lapse in my character and judgment” to write, “I give God 10% Why do you get 18” on her receipt after dining at a St. Louis Applebees.
In an attempt to silence her critics, Beyonce performed the National Anthem live at a scheduled press conference at the Superdome in New Orleans today. The impromptu performance wasn’t as spectacular as her pre-recorded lip-sync fiasco at President Obama’s Inauguration. But Beyonce did manage to draw a smattering of applause when she was done.
Preident Obama’s rumored lady friend Kerry Washington was spotted entering ABC Studios in New York City today for an appearance on ‘Good Morning America’ to promote the popular TV series, ‘Scandal’, about an American president who can’t keep it in his pants. How ironic.
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Only 24 hours has gone by and already San Francisco 49er Chris Culliver is a household name (in some parts).
Culliver, 25, had the audacity to express his opinion on gays in the NFL — a touchy subject in NFL locker rooms where not a single player is openly gay.
In the wake of tragic school shootings such as the Sandy Hook Elementary school massacre, rap mogul T.I. still hasn’t softened his stance on gun ownership.
In an interview with Reuters, rap mogul Tip “T.I.” Harris discussed his upcoming role in a comedy film, “Identity Thief”; his current album, Trouble Man; and his plans to use social media to stay relevant.
But it’s his views on gun control that’s getting the most attention on the blogs. In response to a question about gun ownership, T.I. said “Having a firearm is just as common as having bottled water” and “bullets are just as common as sticks of gum.”
Once again a celebrity has been forced to apologize for expressing his opinion on the subject of homosexuality.
Yesterday, San Francisco 49ers cornerback Chris Culliver, 25, caused a national furor when he said something to the effect that gay NFL players were not welcomed in the san Francisco 49ers locker room.
Many considered former Miami Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino and his wife of 28 years, Claire, to be the perfect couple. But that perfect image was shattered by the news that Marino, 51, fathered a love child with a CBS employee in 2005.
The now 7-year-old girl, Chloe, lives with her mother, Donna Savattere, a CBS Sports production assistant, and Donna’s husband, Nahill Yunis, whom she met in the Bahamas after her fling with Marino, The NY Post reports.