The Weekly Standard has uncovered proof that the pregnant blogger who supposedly fainted during President Obama’s speech in the Rose Garden was part of a publicity stunt. Blogger Patriot Lady put together an interesting video that shows exactly how the fainting lady stunt went down.
You be the judge.
Over the weekend, boxer Floyd Mayweather and fading rapper 50 Cent got into a Twitter war when Mayweather refused to pay Fiddy $10,000 he won in a bet. Fiddy later revealed the Twitter beef was just a publicity stunt.
Really? We’re SHOCKED! We never would have guessed it was a PR stunt. Both of these b*tches pull stunts for attention every day, so why wouldn’t we assume that their latest antics were fake?
Move on kids. There’s nothing to see here.
Rapper The Game is no stranger to controversy. With every album release The Game pushes the envelope of respectability and morality. The Game’s latest album cover is already stirring debates among the religious set on social networking websites.
On the west coast rapper’s 5th studio album titled Jesus Piece, Jesus is portrayed as a gang banger with a red bandana covering his face. The color red signifies the Bloods, a violent west coast gang that The Game is known to be affiliated with.
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Musician and con artist Wyclef Jean thinks he isn’t getting enough of the right kind of attention. So he tweeted this pic of his birthday present to himself, a brand new Ducati motorcycle. Jean recently turned 43, just a month after he shut down his Yele Haiti foundation — after misappropriating $16 million in donations for victims of the 2010 Haiti earthquake. Of course we tried to warn donors that Jean is shady, but no one listened. The NY Times wrote an article detailing Jean’s massive con scheme to line his own pockets. Diaoly Estimé, who runs an orphanage in Haiti, told reporters, “If I had depended on Yéle, these kids would all be dead by now.”
The director of an Ohio soup kitchen is furious at vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan for showing up uninvited, donning a crisp white apron and washing CLEAN pans for a photo op.
Normally I would say so what? All politicians are the same: they pander to voters, then after they are elected the voters cease to exist in their eyes.
But this seemingly innocent faux pas comes on the heels of Mr. Ryan’s anemic performance against VP Joe Biden during the vice presidential debate. Not to mention that President Obama is leading Ryan’s running mate Mitt Romney in early voting.
You gon’ learn to listen to your auntie when I tell you something…
According to gossip website TMZ, American Idol winner Jennifer Hudson is calling BS on the Mariah/Nicki Minaj fake feud. I agree with J-Hud. It’s funny how the media (and bloggers) run wild with every silly thing these celebrities do for attention.
I still believe the whole Nicki vs Mariah public squabble is a publicity stunt to boost TV ratings for American Idol. Even if they don’t like each other, why wait until they are both signed to “American Idol” to start showing their animosity to each other in public?
At any time Mariah and Nicki could have taken their disagreements to Twitter like every other celebrity.
One noted blogger, Dr. Boyce Watkins, is concerned that — even if this is a publicity stunt — what kind of message are these women sending to their young fans?
“When celebrities and role models behave this way on television, it should concern us all,” he writes on Yourblackword.net.
“It seems that black women fighting and trying to murder one another has become the trend of the day, and quite frankly, it’s making me sick.”