Unlike most of us who have lives, some people actually cared that socialite Kim Kardashian married her third ex-husband, Kanye West, in Italy this weekend. The world media whipped themselves into a frenzy over every detail of the manufactured-for-TV wedding. But one national publication — the NY Post — covered the wedding with the cynicism and snarky humor that it deserved.
The White House plans to ban visitor photos with President Barack Obama, thanks to Boston Red Sox star David Ortiz. Obama invited Ortiz and his Red Sox teammates to the White House last week to celebrate their World Series win.
Obama obliged Ortiz’s request to pose for a ‘Selfie’ taken with Ortiz’s self phone. Such selfies are normally uploaded to social media websites including Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
But Ortiz’s photo op with the president was actually part of a pre-arranged deal between Ortiz and Samsung to promote the cell phone company’s phones.
Thanks to loyal reader @JaeTips for tweeting photo evidence of rapper Nelly’s arm candy, Tae Heckard, tongue wrestling with a stud lesbian.
As I told you previously, Heckard once dated stud lesbians exclusively. She denies being a lipstick lesbian now that gullible rapper Nelly is paying all her bills.
She also scrubbed the Internet of all the homoerotic photos she once posted on her Myspace page. But apparently she missed one.
Early this morning, troubled singer Rihanna tweeted a selfie revealing her own short, stringy hair tucked under a ball cap. Another closeup photo shows Rihanna’s thin hairline is receding. Is the 25-year-old alcoholic losing her hair as a consequence of her alleged chronic drug abuse? I wouldn’t be surprised if she was.
The skies weren’t so friendly for a drunken passenger on board a New York-bound intercontinental flight who was set upon by the other passengers for attacking a woman and ranting that the plane was going to crash.
The unidentified passenger became disruptive after “drinking all of his duty free liquor on the flight from Iceland to JFK yesterday,” wrote passenger Andy Ellwood, who took the above photo.
But the other passengers got him together by duct taping him to a seat and babysitting him for the rest of the flight.