Remember I told you last week that a male industry friend told me that the fake, big booty girls were winning? Well, I guess he was right.
Apparently, Grand Hustle artist Yung Dro has given his heart to a sophisticated pr0n star who goes by the name of GizelleXXX on Twitter.com. Her name says it all. But despite the fact that GizelleXXX's job description calls for her to gargle with other men's body fluids, Dro is in love.
This morning Dro proudly tweeted, "My girl got my name tatted on her today Good times."
His girl responded by posting this Twitpic of Dro's name freshly tattooed on her body. I'm a nurse and I can't even tell you which part of her body that tattoo is on. If that's her buttocks, it is horribly deformed (most likely by a couple dozen butt injections).
In response to the outpouring of taunting and ridicule directed at both herself and her man, GizelleXXX tweeted:
@SkinnyGirlSwag b*tch shut yo ms.ciley lookin a** the F*CK up! Squirrel Face A** B*tch! ...Don't worry bout me and @dropolo. That's OUR biz
Last night, while doing my unusual research on social networking website Twitter.com, I came across this tweet from an upset follower who asked if I would put a mother on blast for "abusing" her kids.
I clicked on the link and saw a photo of a woman posing with 2 smiling children -- one of whom was nestled snuggly between her oversized breasts.
I assumed the woman had just breast fed the youngest child, which would be inappropriate if she did it in front of a Twitter user who then Twitpic'd the photo.
At first glance, the photo disturbed me a little. But then I reminded myself that African tribal women often proudly displayed their ample breasts long before we were sold out by our tribal leaders and shipped to America in the 18th century.
So why does this picture make so many people physically uncomfortable?
See the uncensored photo after the break. NOT SAFE FOR WORK
Pop singer Miley Cyrus recently re-joined Twitter.com after famously deleting her account last year. Earlier today, she tweeted this pic of herself mocking Gucci Mane's jewel encrusted grill.
Anyone who thinks Cyrus is admiring Gucci's grill should remind themselves that this is the same chick who mocked Asian people by pulling her eyes back in photos published by TMZ.com in 2009. The 18-year-old Disney star denied making racial slurs against Asians.
Yesterday, the Internet was ablaze with news about a sex tape that was being shopped around Atlanta featuring R&B king Usher, 32, and his comely ex-wife, Tameka Foster, 40. The sex tape may have come from the hard drive of one of two Macbook Pro laptop computers that were among a $1 million cache of items stolen from Usher's SUV which was broken into outside a Verizon store near Lenox Square Mall in 2009.
While Tameka embarked on a Twitter rampage against this blogger last night, I received a phone call from a close friend who was acting on a tip from a third party who had a screen shot of Usher for sale (presumably from the sex tape).
She told me that the seller was on his way to her location with the picture and she would describe it for me.
After viewing the photo, the friend called me back and offered up this description of it:
"It wasn't nothing but a picture of Tameka holding [Usher's] penis with her mouth open like she was about to start sucking it. Then you see his hand with the star [tattoo] on it hold[ing] the penis. It wasn't a good picture at all."
After hearing the description of the photo (and realizing it was a photo of Tameka, and not Usher as I had been originally told) I declined to purchase the screen shot.
I should point out here that no mention was made of a sex tape for sale -- just the one screen shot.
Moments later, I received a phone call from another close friend who informed me that celebrity blogger ATLien (owner of Straightfromthea.com) had just tweeted that she was approached by someone offering to sell her a screen shot from the alleged sex tape.
Is it just a mere coincidence that two celebrity bloggers who have had run-ins with Tameka Foster in the past were both approached on the same evening by someone offering to sell a photo from the alleged sex tape?
Last night while you were asleep, singers Ciara, 25, and Rihanna, 23, engaged in a war of tweets on the enormously popular Twitter.com social networking website. Everyone got in on the action, including gossip blogger Perez Hilton and singer Monica, who was attending the LA Clippers vs. LA Lakers basketball game with her family at the time.
Ciara got the party started by metaphorically snatching Rihanna's wig off on national television. Ci Ci, who was a guest on E! Online's "Fashion Police", was critiquing red carpet fashion disasters with comedian Joan Rivers. After Joan ripped apart Rihanna's outfit that she wore to the 2011 Brit Awards, Ci Ci recalled how she bumped into Rihanna at a recent party.
"She wasn't the nicest," said Ciara. "It's crazy because I've always loved and respected what she's done with fashion. And I've ran into her before. But this time it was just really... it wasn't the... most pleasant run-in, so..."
Before she could complete her sentence, Rivers shouted "A BITCH!," as the audience laughed.
Rihanna, who never strays far from Twitter because she always has to know what everyone's saying about her, took to her Twitter page and tweeted:
@Rihanna: "My bad ci, did I 4get to tip u? #howrudeofme"
To which Ciara responded with a veiled threat:
@Ciara: "Trust me Rhianna u dont want to see me on or off the stage"
Rihanna quickly followed up with these tweets:
@Rihanna: "U gangsta huh? Haaa"
@Rihanna: "Good luck with bookin that stage u speak of"
At that point, celebrity blogger Perez Hilton and singer Monica took Rihanna and Ciara's sides respectively, with Mo tweeting for Ciara to call her ASAP.
After Rihanna apologized, Perez urged Ciara to accept Rihanna's apology, "Or stay petty and less successful."
The truth is, Rihanna is spiraling out of control and even Rihanna's record label doesn't know what to do with her these days.
I was told by a source that a meeting was called by the higher ups at Def Jam's offices, including Chairman and CEO LA Reid. The subject of the meeting was regaining control of the damaged public image of their temperamental artist. At issue were the rampant rumors of Rihanna's self-harming behaviors, including random sex with male and female groupies.
The meeting ended with everyone in the room concluding that there was nothing they could do to rescue her public image since Rihanna would only end up trashing it again -- as she did last night on Twitter.
Recently I told you that a Def Jam exec reached out to Sandrarose.com with an offer to join Rihanna on tour for a behind-the-scenes exclusive from a blogger's perspective. But I politely declined.
I declined the offer due to all the horror stories that I'd heard about Rihanna's terrible attitude and how she mistreats the people close to her.
After I declined to go out on the road with Rihanna, an unnamed Def Jam exec offers to fly me to LA just for the weekend to surprise Rihanna since she loves Sandrarose.com so much.
In this clip I politely decline an offer from the Def Jam exec to go out on the road with Rihanna.
Ironically, Rihanna now finds herself in the same predicament that Ciara was in years ago when she destroyed her public image while riding high off her "Goodies" fame. At the time, industry insiders said some of the same things about her that they are now saying about Rihanna's attitude.
But insiders now say that Ciara has humbled herself considerably and her career is now on the rebound as a result. Maybe Ciara can give Rihanna some tips on how to humble herself as Ci Ci passes her on the way back to the top.
I'm a huge fan of your blog and I just wanted to send you a screen cap of Foxy Brown's disgusting homophobic Rant on Twitter. I am offended by this disgusting person that used to be a rapper in the 90's. How she tweet something so disgusting and hateful? Doesn't she know that she needs every fan she can get? ugh! smh
Thank God for artists like Marsha [Ambrosius] from Floetry for spreading love, not such hate.
In a pitiful public outburst designed to garner attention and sympathy, singer Jazmine Sullivan abruptly "announced" her departure from the music business last night on Twitter.com -- only to take back her announcement a mere 20 minutes later.
With tweets about Ciara and Keri Hilson (not to mention Lil Kim and Nicki Minaj) dominating our timelines, it's no wonder that other narcissistic celebrities feel a little left out.
Sullivan, who is often confused for singer Chrisette Michele, probably noted that her new album wasn't moving units and her Twitter timeline was too quiet.
"i'm making an official announcement that i am taking a break from music. i'm trying to figure out who i am... w/out a mike, paper or pen. i promised myself when it wasn't fun anymore i wouldn't do it. and here i am."
But it was her next tweet to her thousands of Twitter followers that was most telling:
"i love u all and appreciate u soooooo much," she added. "...u have no idea how much u've inspired me and fed my ego."
At least she's honest about Twitter feeding her ego. Other narcissistic celebrities would never admit that much.
These days, attention-hungry celebrities such as Sullivan are bypassing their publicists to feed their crushing egos by creating their own instant rumors on social networks.
The result is posts like this one, with her name in the headline, which never would have been written had she not taken matters into her own hands.
Sullivan's sophomore album Love Me Back quietly debuted at #17 on the Billboard chart in November, selling a disappointing 57,000 copies in the first week. The disc sold roughly 8,000 units less than her debut CD, Fearless, which dropped in 2008. Fearless spawned Sullivan's top-ten hits "Bust Your Windows" and "Lions, Tigers & Bears".