Celebs Out & About: LeBron James, Prince William, Kate Middleton, Nelly, Lance Gross

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge meet LeBron James

After leading the Cleveland Cavaliers to a 110-88 win over the hapless Brooklyn Nets, LeBron “King” James quickly showered before holding court with The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York on Monday. LeBron presented the prince with replicas of Cavaliers jerseys for himself and his son Prince George. LeBron and Brooklyn Nets center Kevin Garnett were the only NBA players on the short list to meet the Royals after the game.
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Celebs Out & About: Djimon Hounsou, Paris Hilton, JWoww, Snooki, Lance Gross

Djimon Hounsou

Single father Djimon Hounsou was spotted with his son Kenzo shopping at the Grove in Hollywood, CA today. Hounsou and his baby mama Kimora Lee separated last year. Insiders wondered what took Djimon so long to realize he was with an emasculator who treats men like objects.
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When a weave job goes terribly wrong

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I wasn’t going to post this because I know every other blog is posting pics from the NAACP Awards yesterday. But I couldn’t let this slide. I have no clue why former America’s Top Model Eva Pigford allowed her stylist to do this to her head. This is what happens when a stylist is in a hurry and convinces her client that a bad weave job is in fact the new style.

It looks like a tangled web of weave matted in with her natural hair. I think the stylist meant well, but when she saw that the style wasn’t taking shape after 6 hours of weaving she said, ‘f*ck it, she’ll never know the difference!

I thought we as a people were beginning to embrace our natural hair and abandoning the weaves and extensions? No doubt Eva asked her boyfriend, actor Lance Gross, if her weave looked good. And no doubt he told her ‘hell, yeah it looked good.’ Because he knows like every other man that when a woman asks her man a leading question – she’s already given him the correct answer.