You may have heard that rapper Nicki Minaj fired her entire Glam squad for making her look like a hot mess these last couple of years. Well, Terrence Davidson, Nicki’s wig maker, decided to come forward and clear the air in a letter to his fans (yes, he has fans).
Terrence’e letter reads more like an online resume than clearing the air. He’s basically putting the word out that his questionable wig-making skills are available for the right price. But after seeing the disastrous wigs on Nicki, he probably won’t get too many job offers.
Maybe Beyonce needs a wig maker who specializes in circus or sideshow style wigs?
Read Terrence’s letter after the break.
Brooklyn Nets players were caught off guard when their coach, Avery Johnson, was fired today. The move came one day after the Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Nets 108-93. The loss dropped the Nets (14-14) to .500 for the season. Rapper Jay Z is a minority owner of the Brooklyn Nets. The success or failure of the team rests on Jay Z’s shoulders.
Rihanna’s boyfriend, Chris Brown, has figured out a way to keep his ex-girlfriend, Karrueche Tran, around him without raising suspicion. According to Hip Hollywood, Brown hired Karrueche as his wardrobe stylist on his latest photo shoot. This would explain why we see Karrueche around Brown more than we see Rihanna.
New York State Senator Marty Golden (R) has canceled a planned event to teach women how to present a more feminine appearance in the workplace.
The event called Posture Deportment and Feminine Presence was part of a Summer series on career development focusing on “business etiquette” and “social protocol skills.”
But critics chose to zoom in on Golden’s plan to teach women how to act like ladies.
The media sparked a furor among feminists by calling attention to Senator Golden’s plan to teach women “the art of feminine presence,” including tips on how to “sit, stand and walk like a model” and “walk up and down a stair” and shake hands more elegantly.
Add Mary J Blige’s name to the long list of celebrities who blame their management for mismanaging their money. The aging R&B star is being sued by TD bank for a $250,000 loan that Mary and her foundation has neglected to pay back.
Blige’s Foundation for the Advancement of Women Now (FFAWN) took out the loan back in June 2011. So far the foundation has paid back a mere $368.33, less than seven percent of the total loan.
The bank filed the suit this month to recoup the $250,000, plus late fees and costs.
It sounds like Mary used the foundation to take out a personal loan to pay her rumored mounting debts, and now she can’t afford to pay the loan back. She needs a hit record.