Kanye Gives TMI on “Drunk in Love” Remix
Private school is looking more and more appealing for baby North West. Because not only would she have to deal with the mockery of having a famously psycho-ranting daddy and a star mom who blew up from a
boring sex tape, but once her future classmates get a whiff of this new “Drunk in Love” remix one day—whoa, daddy! (You've heard of "Drunk in Love," no? Beyoncé and Jay Z? "Surfboard"?) Kanye West gave us an earful of his sexual escapades with fiancée Kim Kardashian, and boy, are they freaky. (Let’s just say that little West might not be so happy to hear that she could have ended up as baby lotion or her mommy’s late night snack.) TMI for real.
Read it at New York Daily News.
Wale Shows Off Not-So-Gifted B-Ball Skills
The 2014 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game was quite interesting this year. United States Education Secretary Arne Duncan showed us that a suit-and-tie White guy can get busy when he led the East Coast to 16-point victory. Snoop Dogg dropped a few buckets like they were hot, and as usual, Kevin Hart acted a damn fool.
But no one proved the principle of “stick to your day job” more than Wale. Mr. Look-Ma-No-Handle threw more bricks than Rick Ross allegedly ships, and made so many bad passes you would’ve thought he was auditioning for the bench. Next time Wale, save yourself some embarrassment and just hold a ball for a player in the dunk contest like your boy Drake.
Rosie Perez Reveals J.Lo Beef in New Tell-All
Who knew? Rosie Perez and Jennifer Lopez have been beefing since their running man days on In Living Color. (Which means they’ve been feuding longer than some of you reading this story have been on planet Earth. Which also means they need to stop.) In her new memoir, Handbook for an Unpredictable Life, out Februay 25, the Puerto Rican princess claims that J.Lo was a real “ghetto biatch” on the set of the classic 1990s variety show, and even attacked her once.
So, twenty-some-odd years later, the two Latin ladies are still holding grudges. Rosie admits that this type of petty drama is detrimental to women of color in the entertainment business. But that didn’t stop her from exposing this unnecessary mess for the world to get a buzz on.
Read it at Radar Online.