Tweets are talking about Beyoncé's prosthetic baby bump on last night's Sunday Night HD. At first we couldn't believe that she would actually wear her prosthetic on a show with HD -- high definition -- in the show's title. But you know what they say about narcissists who think they are smarter than everyone else around them.
So there was Bey sitting down on the set -- and there was her prosthetic baby bump, folding, crumpling and collapsing in full, vibrant high definition!
Luckily, the prosthetic is that memory foam type that bounced right back into shape. Rumor has it that Beyoncé is wearing a fake prosthetic while her unknown surrogate carries her baby to term.
No, that wasn't your imagination. Bey really does look like she went "OOPS!" after she sat down.
Thanks to everyone who sent this tip in! There are too many of you to name.
To be honest, we didn't even watch one second of that video, because, after all, Lil Wayne was in it. But we regret not watching the video after reading the following email from loyal reader SouthernLegalDiva.
I know you do "medical minutes" frequently on your blog. Recently, Lil Wayne posted a PSA wherein he explains his use of Promethazine DM Syrup as being prescribed by a doctor as a sleep aid. I have never heard of this usage. I could only watch about 6 mins of the video, as the BS level was through the roof. It was featured on Straightfromthea.com
It's clear that Lil Wayne is still under the influence of drugs, specifically purple drank cough syrup -- but he's doing it legally, right under the nose of his probation officer. He says so right there in the video.
Saloon singer Beyonce, 30, and her husband, aging rap mogul Jay Z, 42, alerted the paparazzi to the fact that they would be strolling hand-in-hand outside the Locanda Verde restaurant in New York's Tribeca section yesterday. Beyonce wore a top made of loose fitting material to disguise her now you see it, now you don't baby bump, which doesn't look nearly as large as it did when the two vacationed in Croatia last week.
According to record label exec, JD Anderson, who runs the Life Files blog, rapper Lil Wayne went off on a female fan while kicking some rhymes during a recent show. Weezy was in a zone acting like he was at a poetry slam session or something.
When a female fan wouldn't stop screaming, Weezy said, "Shut the f*ck up! Stop it for real. If you're really a fan you would shut the f*ck up and listen to me."
Well, she paid her money and she was at a rap concert, so why can't she scream?
Lil Wayne needs to get over himself. Just because BET nominated him 18 times for that bullsh*t album he put out doesn't mean his CD is the Holy Grail of Hip Hop -- or that fans have to hush up whenever he speaks. Who does he think he is?
See, this is what happens when you give ignorant, uneducated narcissists too much attention.
By the way, last week another industry exec (not JD) reached out to Sandrarose.com with proof that a certain record label CEO bought up hundreds of thousands of Weezy's albums in order to artificially pad the sales figures of his latest release, Carter IV.
When this particular record label releases what they know to the media it will send shock waves throughout the industry. Stay tuned...
It never ceases to amaze me how gullible Black people can be when it comes to these fake reality shows. Not one of you think it's strange that a MAN would throw a glass of water in a woman's face?
Not one of you???
I mean, seriously, where do they do that other than on reality shows? I have never in my life seen a man throw water in a woman's face. He might slap the bejesus out of her, or walk her like a dog, but no REAL MAN would throw water in a woman's face unless a camera is around and it's called for in a script!
For those of you who don't watch this nonsense, next week's trailer for VH1's "Basketball Wives" shows former NBA player husband, Eric Williams, casting water in the face of his estranged wife, cast member Jennifer Williams, they're supposedly getting a divorce, but we have yet to see any divorce papers after 2 seasons.
Acccording to the NY Post, the chambermaid who accused Dominique Strauss-Khan of sexually assaulting her in a swanky hotel suite in May, was, in fact, a hooker who provided sexual services in addition to her housekeeping duties.
Strauss-Kahn, 63, was dragged off a commercial jet at Kennedy airport on May 15, and arrested for allegedly raping a hotel maid. A Manhattan judge set Strauss-Kahn's bail at $6 million -- $1 million of that in cash. After spending a week in jail on suicide watch, he was subsequently released to home confinement at considerable expense to his long suffering wife, who traveled from her home in France to bail him out.
But the maid, 32-year-old Nafissatou Diallo, has since been outed by defense attorneys, and the NY Post, as a hooker who lied on her application for asylum in the U.S. Diallo allegedly lied about being gang raped in Guinea.
Strauss-Khan was set free on his own recognizance yesterday. The smear campaign against Diallo got off to a running start almost immediately after Strauss-Khan was arrested.
In short order we learned that Diallo was probably HIV+ because she lived in a flop house specifically for HIV+ residents.
According to the Post, Diallo was "collecting cash on the side from male guests" at the luxury Sofitel hotel in NYC where she worked. "There is information . . . of her getting extraordinary tips" from hotel guests, according to the Post.
"When you're a chambermaid at Local 6, when you first get to the US, you start at the motels at JFK [Airport]. You don't start at the Sofitel," a source told the Post. "There's a whole squad of people who saw her as an earner."
The woman also had "a lot of her expenses -- hair braiding, salon expenses -- paid for by men not related to her," the source said.
Diallo made a decent living on wages and tips -- over $100,000 -- that she deposited into her bank account, according to the NY Post.
"I don't address dumb shit. I always assume intelligent ppl understand these "stories" are 4 entertainment purposes only. But clearly... -_-," she tweeted to her 4 million followers. "& 4 da record, only reason I addressed this is b/c its costing some1 their job. But let it b known : u mufuckas neva cost young NICK a dime!"
As you know, Rose was fired by the prestigious CAA agency after the blog published graphic nude photos of Rose "busting it wide open" (according to my readers).
Rose admitted it was her in the pics but she accuses Minaj's boyfriend/road manager -- the immature Safaree Samuels -- of sending the pics to himself after she let him hold her laptop.
"Those pictures r 2 1/2 years old just sitting in my computer," Amber tweeted yesterday. However, my loyal reader, Renee Evans, informs me that the heels Amber is seen wearing in the slutty photos came out last year, not 2½ years ago as she claims. So this is yet another in Amber's repertoire of lies that came back to bite her. No wonder the modeling agency dumped her.
Last Sunday a woman walked up to embattled preacher Bishop Eddie Long during his sermon and handed him a stack of a thousand one dollar bills. Long seemed surprised as he hugged "baby girl" and said: "I see EVERYBODY moving like that!"
Her approach seemed timed to coincide with him saying, "What I NEED..."
They say the unlikely act of generosity was staged to nudge other members into opening their wallets and donating $1,000 or more for a proposed expansion of the church to other cities.
New Birth Missionary Baptist Church has seen a staggering decline in attendance since the news of his multimillion dollar settlement with former church members who claim they were coerced into providing Long with sexual favors.
In a screenshot taken from the video, the church pews near the back appear empty -- as do the church's upper tiers. Last Sunday, attendance at the church was at less than ½ capacity.
At this rate, New Birth will be forced to shut its doors in 6 months if attendance doesn't pick back up. Long needs a huge infusion of cash to replace the millions that he paid out to his accusers.
And you guys thought bloggers were bad? Yesterday, the major news networks worked themselves into a frenzy after a Texas sheriff reported that 30 "dismembered bodies of children" had been unearthed in a mass grave in Texas.
Not wanting to miss out on the possible scoop of the century, the major news organizations ordered all of their reporters to drop what they were doing and get into the air, by plane or helicopter, to descend upon the sleepy Texas town of Hardin.
In the end, it all turned out to be a hoax perpetrated by a nutcase "psychic," who called in the original tip about a mass grave.
This story should never have grown to the proportions that it did. But thanks to social media -- and spurred on by bloodthirsty news organizations -- the hoax grew legs and led all news broadcasts last night.
The word "psychic" should have raised a flurry of red flags, if not with the gullible media, then at least with the FBI who should have known better.
A mom whose daughter was removed from her home after she claimed to inject the girl with Botox, now says she manufactured the story for money.
Sheena Upton made worldwide headlines last week with her claims that she injected her 8-year-old daughter with Botox to improve her chances of winning beauty pageants.
Upton now admits she was approached by British tabloid The Sun and offered $250 to assume the role of "Kerry Campbell" for a story called "I Give My 8-Year-Old Daughter Botox."
"The truth is I have never given my daughter Botox, nor allowed her to get any type of waxing, nor is she a beauty pageant contestant," she wrote in a sworn declaration obtained by gossip site TMZ.
The Botox story began to unravel after CPS workers removed the girl from her home following Upton's appearance on ABC's "Good Morning America". Investigative sleuths in San Francisco couldn't locate a resident named "Kerry Campbell" in any of the public databases.
ABC has repeatedly stated in the past that they never pay "compensation" for interviews. But in her sworn declaration, Upton said she was paid $10,000 to appear on "Good Morning America".
An ABC News insider tells TMZ, "There is no truth to the story about compensation, but they did pay a broker no more than $10,000 to license photos."
Upton states in her declaration that on May 17, she took her daughter to the UCLA Medical Center and, "After my daughter received a full medical exam, the results indicated that she has not ever received treatments including Botox or other such injections."
According to TMZ, the UCLA medical reports were forwarded to child welfare officials, who then returned Upton's daughter to her custody, with the provison that a cousin would stay with her and the child for the time being.
On Tuesday a woman from the Department of Child Protective Services showed up at the LA area hospital where Carey was breastfeeding her twins Monroe and Roc.
The twins were born 2 weeks prematurely and therefore they had higher bilirubin levels in their blood than normal full-term babies. So they required a week's nap inside incubators under ultraviolet lights to decrease their jaundice.
Friedman's story goes that Carey wasn't lactating enough to feed both babies, so a nurse in the NICU suggested that she drink a bottle of Guinness Stout beer to stimulate lactation and increase milk production in her breasts.
Supposedly, the social worker told Nick Cannon she was following up on a claim of neglect (called in by a hospital staffer or a tabloid reporter), because Carey was drinking alcoholic beer and taking pain pills (for her C-section and her rumored tummy tuck) while breast feeding.
The social worker, in cahoots with a nurse (on a tabloid's payroll), was hoping she could get a picture of the babies to sell to the tabs. But Cannon intervened so no pictures were allowed.
In response to the attempted scam, a horrified Cannon said, “Taxpayer money was wasted, too, because this was labeled an emergency. It was ridiculous.”
Aside from the scam, which is clearly illegal, would a nurse really suggest that a postpartum patient drink alcoholic beer to stimulate breast milk production?
The following email from loyal reader Jasmine D makes some very valid points about Beyonce being honored with the "Billboard Millenium Award" -- an award that no one has ever heard of.
Is it any surprise that Billboard comes up with this dubious honor for Beyonce at a crucial time when both Kelly Rowland and Rihanna are eating her lunch?
Let me start off by saying that I am a HUGE fan of your site. I visit it everyday and I absolutely adore you and your (hilarious) commenters =D.
But anyway, I don't know if you heard or not, but apparently Beyawnce is going to be honored with the Billboard Millenium Award (whatever that is) at the 2011 Billboard Awards. I say, "whatever that is," because (obviously, that is supposed to be a high honor to receive), however, prior to Beyonce's nomination, you will find no other receiptients or even links to this award (Google it). It's as if it never even existed. And, even if it did exist, out of all the living (and dead) legends we've witnessed in America (M.J., Prince, Tina Turner, Teena Marie, ect.), Billboard chooses an amatuer (compared to the decade long careers of the REAL legends) whose solo career hasn't even spanned over a decade and who has created no classics or made any significant contributions to the music industry, as the recepient.
I put the link that I got the story from in the e-mail so you could read it for yourself, but after visiting numerous other websites and reading the comments, it seems like most of us (besides Bey's delusional stans) are on the same page. It's CLEAR that camel and his phony wife bought this award. RiRi is nominated for 18 Billboard awards this year, and being that Beyonce is the vindictive and jealous, talentless being that she is, it should come as no surprise why she would pay a pretty penny to get the attention back on her.
She hasn't put out an album in two years, her recent single FLOPPED, plus she just isn't iconic to begin with, so why now? Let me know what you think about it, but her motive is clear to me Sandra. Beyonce may have her stans and the other simple minded humans of the world fooled, but I'm not.
Reality TV stars, Taylor Armstrong, left, and NeNe Leakes, 44, headed out to dinner at BOA Steakhouse in LA last night. Not many people know that NeNe was once cited for running a fake foundation for victims of domestic abuse in 2009. NeNe's Twisted Hearts Foundation was allegedly involved in money laundering activities. When NeNe failed to file the appropriate paperwork with the state, the foundation's business license was dissolved.
Now that legendary soul singer Aretha Franklin has lost a gazillion pounds, I'm sure she feels better than she's ever felt in years. Miss Franklin, who turned 69 today, sat courtside with former NBA star Patrick Ewing and NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg (not pictured) to watch the NY Knicks at Madison Square Garden in New York City yesterday.
Talk Diva Wendy Williams, 46, was seen on the set of "Dancing With the Stars" studio in West Hollywood earlier this week. Wendy issued a challenge of sorts to disturbed singer Chris Brown. Earlier today she tweeted, "CHRIS BRWN I LUV U TOO. hot album but get help young man. c u @ #DWTS." I'm sure she's hoping he will do something crazy since we know he has issues with black women.
NFL star and "Dancing with the Stars" alum Chad Ochocinco, 33, and his "fiancee" Evelyn Lozada, 41, of "Basketball Wives" are seen vacationing in Miami Beach, Florida where they drink wine and listen to music. Chad never fails to grab the spotlight whenever the paparazzi are around. Isn't he romantic?
This particular picture is certain to fuel the down low gay rumors that have plagued the Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver, even though he has 4 kids and one rumored to be on the way with a 19-year-old groupie. Chad and Evelyn skipped the flashing lights and glamour of the rainy NBA All-Star weekend in LA for a little fun and relaxation in Miami where everybody knows their names.