Paul George denies he was catfished

According to multiple media outlets Indiana Pacers star  Paul George allegedly sent naked photos of himself ,unknowingly, to a gay man.

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One of the photos Paul George sent to “Paul”

It’s not like the basketball player drove thousands of miles to meet what he thought would be the woman of his dreams, only to find out it was someone playing with his emotions via a social network and be embarrassed on national t.v.

If you didn’t know what being “catfished” was I just explained it you.

He was   just looking for “Mrs. Right Now” and it she just happened to be “Mr. Lets see if I can trick celebrities into sending me naked pictures” . I know that was a long last name, but it’s funny when you read it out load.

The man, who is only known as Paul, claimed that he previously sent out various provocative pictures to numerous athletes and celebrities hoping that they would  to respond to them.

So for that you really can’t get mad at George, women throw themselves at professional athletes all the time and you can’t get mad at young man for wanting to take advantage.

When one is presented with so many options a.k.a “groupies”, shouldn’t one’s taste become more discerning? Paul sent this woman multiple pictures including ones of his face, but didn’t ask for many in return.

I mean, wouldn’t he want to see what type of face is attached to the ass,does that even matter?

Then Indiana Pacer star George Hill reminded me that celebrities are just regular people and  people make mistakes aka let themselves get catfished.

After Hill  warmed up with his fellow Pacers on March 25  he told the waiting press, “The whole story, as far as me being catfished, I know the girl that sent the pictures out. It wasn’t a catfish story, it was a girl – I don’t want to get into the story but I know who’s behind it.”

He told the Indianapolis Star it was some woman he knows.

 

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Boosie Speaks

When Lil’Boosie’s five year prison sentence came to an end  this year the first thing he wanted to was speak and that’s exactly what he did. The rapper hosted “Boosie Speaks” in New Orleans. During his first official press conference , only for invited guest and journalist,the rapper sat down with radio personality to Angela Ye to discuss his plans for the future and clear up any rumors surrounding his freedom.  Boosie talked about everything from being referred to as the second coming of Jesus to his thoughts on on the current state of the rap industry.  Check out the highlights below:

 

 

Lil Kim reveals pregnancy during NYFW

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40 year old rapper Lil Kim showed attendees of The Blonds NY Fashion show , during New York Fashion Week she is expecting her first child.

Fashion Bomb Daily (probably one the of the best fashion blog ever; your welcome) snapped the first picture of the rapper ,who  once proudly proclaimed she had the “ill na-na”, sporting the bump.

The Brooklyn native overcame a rocky 2013 that consisting of a bankruptcy and lawsuits, but this pregnancy may be the sign of a more prosperous 2014. Congrats Kim

Bow Wow Fired From BET Story is False

bow wowCurrent 106& Park host and rapper Bow Wow understands that while clothing and travel are considered work expenses child support payments are not.

The story, from a website called creambmp, alleges the rapper and actor was escorted off Black Entertainment Television’s  property after a company accountant discovered he used company funds to pay child support.

The “Bow Wow Fired From 106 & Park for Using Company Card to Pay Child Support” story that has been  circulating on Facebook and other social media is not real.

The story, from a website called creambmp, purportedly describes the rapper and actor Bow Wow escorted off B.E.T. property after a company accountant discovered he used company funds to pay child support.

Bow Wow is described , in the article, as spending over $30,000 on the company card tat was issued for wardrobe and travel to pay child support.

“I’m driving a used Honda and his daughter got a toy Bentley for Christmas,” a company executive is described as saying.

However, the story isn’t true.

Creambmp is one of an increasing number of websites that produce fake news or satire articles, similar to The Onion.

Since many of these websites are not very well-known, people often believe the stories and circulate them saying that they are true.

So although we haven’t heard a single from the one time rapper the checks are still coming from somewhere.

Five Facts You Didn’t Know About Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

MLK speech Today we honor a leader whose dream opened the door for many to pursue theirs. In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. day. Did you know he skipped grades? Find out that information and more in the  I’ve put together of uncommon facts  about one of America’s greatest heros.

1. His name was originally Michael, not Martin.

His father was also Michael King, hence why Martin Luther King Jr. was originally named Michael King Jr.  However, after a trip to Germany in 1931, Michael King Sr. changed his own name in homage to historic German theologian Martin Luther.  Michael King Jr. was two years old at the time and King Sr. made the decision to change his son’s name to Martin Luther as well.Mlk College

2. King wasn’t the only one to die at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis on April 4, 1968. 

After he was killed, one of the hotel workers, Lorraine Bailey (who was also the wife of the motel owner and who it was named after), upon seeing King get shot, had a heart attack and later died from this.

3. King Jr. skipped two grades in high school.

He skipped 9th and 11th, and entered college (Morehouse College) at the tender age of 15 in 1944.  By 19, he received a bachelor’s degree in sociology.

 4. He and wife Coretta honeymooned at funeral parlor.mlk wedding

His honeymoon was spent at a funeral parlor… not because someone died, simply because a friend owned the parlor and offered to let him use it for his honeymoon.

5. The famous words “I have a dream” were never actually included in the original text of his speech.

He revived this phrase from a previous speech that he had given, which had never resonated with his audience. Talk about a serious ad-lib.

Documentary Explores Booty Injection Trend

 

 

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There are more than three million “twerking” videos currently on youtube; solidifying this generation’s obsession with the derriere and its appearnece isn’t going anywhere and because of this illegal butt enhancements could be America’s next major epidemic.

Creating the perfect posterior has become a lucrative business for plastic surgeons and hustlers alike.

Most of the women who seek the procedure can’t afford the prices to get it professionally done, so they’ll call ” a friend of a friend” and turn to back alleys for discount work from unqualified sources.

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The dcocumentary Butt Loads of Pain explores butt shots gone wrong and what life is like for some of the women , and men,  who have had their posteriors plumped.

One Miami stripper explains “It’s like the Underground railroad. You tell somebody, they tell somebody.  I went to sleep flat and woke up with a booty”

Buttloads of Pain is entertaining, revealing and informative, look into the obsession to attain the perfect “booty” that could sometimes come with serious complications.

Check out the trailer below.

Grambling Player: No Regrets About Boycott

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GRAMBLING, La. (AP) — Naquan Smith and his Grambling football teammates have no regrets about a nearly weeklong boycott that forced the university to forfeit its game against Jackson State on Saturday.

Grambling players stood behind Smith Monday during a press conference outside of the Eddie Robinson Museum on campus. Smith said the entire team was present and that the vote to return to the field was “100 percent.”

“The football team took a stance on what we thought was right,” Smith said. “We did not quit on our university. There are many problems that exist and if no one says anything, nothing will become of our institution. We hope coach Eddie Robinson and his legendary players appreciate we took a stand and thought we were right.”

Smith said players decided end the boycott after reaching out to several Grambling greats, including former coach Doug Williams, who advised them to…

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Filmmaker’s Debut Chronicles New Orleans’ Bounce in Documentary

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Shelby “Skip” Skipper dances as mentor Big Choo looks on

I remember when I first moved to Louisiana and heard bounce music; I literally thought something was wrong with track until I noticed everyone in the club was dancing. That was more than five years and now that I have been a resident of Louisiana much longer I’ve grown to appreciate  Bounce music  and soon so will the world.

The world? Really Cameron? Yes the world. I say this because  I attended a screening  of Omitted at the 2013 New Orleans Film Festival.  Serving as  filmaker Kenna Moore‘s debut ; Omitted  is a documentary that chronicles the genre of music,  originated in Louisiana, know as “Bounce”.

Photo courtesy of Ghost of Elyesian Films and MLC Photography
Photo courtesy of Ghost of Elyesian Films and MLC Photography

” I chose to title the film Omitted because this style of music and dance seen in the film is one that gets over shadowed in the film” said Moore

Omitted not only chronicles how the genre of music   ,and dance style that accompanies, it  is deeply woven into Louisiana’s Culture , but also how it has become a way of life for some.

Stars of Omitted Skip and Big Choo
Stars of Omitted Skip and Big Choo

“This isn’t just a hobby this is what I want to do for the rest of my life ; I want to dance , I want to teach lessons; Bounce has opened so many doors for me and taken me so many places” said Shelby “Skip” Skipper Dancer

Omitted chronicles ,over a four month period, the amount of energy and time Skip has put into his craft. Showcasing his performaces on shows such as Ellen and competing on shows like So You Think You Can Dance.  Also featured in the film is New Orlean’s Bounce artist Big Choo who not only serves as the man behind the mic and multiple bounce hits , but also a mentor to Skip.

Moore does an amazing bring to light an Omitted part of Louisiana culture while beautifully taking us along for the ride as someone stops at nothing to make their dreams a reality.

This film will do nothing but put you in a great mood, motivate you and most importantly get up and most importantly get up and dance.

Check out the trailer for Omitted here.

Rihanna Twerks on Water in “Pour it Up” Video

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Rihanna has definitely snatched back the crown from Miley Cyrus for being the raunchiest and ratchet pop star on the planet.

Rihanna has finally stopped teasing us and released the video for  stripper anthem “Pour It Up” and it’s everything that the behind-the-scenes photos hinted  it would be.

Last week in behind the scenes video the pop star mentions she one-ups Cyrus when she says, “I bet you’ve never seen b-tches twerk on water.”

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The video features some amazing acrobatics from queens of the pole like Nicole “The Pole” Williams, Secret Moneii and Candy Cane.

She definitely blew Miley out of the water, pun intended, check it out here:

Don’t know Nicole “The Pole” Williams check out the video that made Rihanna take notice below:

End of an Era: Marc Jacobs Leaves Louis Vuitton

Marc Jacobs takes his final walk as Creative Director at Louis Vuitton's S/S '14 show in Paris.
Marc Jacobs takes his final walk as Creative Director at Louis Vuitton’s S/S ’14 show in Paris.

Marc Jabobs is leaving Louis Vuitton, as Creative Director,  as plans take shape for the Marc Jacobs brand to go public.

During his 16-year tenure at the French house Jacobs transformed Louis Vuitton from a house only known for their luggage and trunks into a fashion icon.

Jacobs made Louis Vuitton one of the most desirable brands in the world through logo mania. Jacobs splashed the LV monogram and flowers on everything from bags to scarves to fur.

Fashion Editor Andre Leon Talley wearing a scarf from Louis Vuitton's Fall 2011 Collection.
Fashion Editor Andre Leon Talley wearing a scarf from Louis Vuitton’s Fall 2011 Collection.

He spearheaded the melding of the worlds of art and fashion via collaborations with artists like Stephen Sprouse, Takashi Murakami and Richard Prince.

Louis Vuitton "Neverfull" tote and coin purse from Japanese artist Takashi Murakami for Louis Vuittons Spring 2008 Collection
Louis Vuitton “Neverfull” tote and coin purse from Japanese artist Takashi Murakami for Louis Vuittons Spring 2008 Collection

The designer dedicated his last collection to “the women who inspire me and to the show girl in every one of them,” received a standing ovation for his final bow

According to Women’s Wear Daily, Jacobs wants to concentrate on the planned Initial Public Offering of his eponymous label. As to a successor, rumors persist that Nicolas Ghesquiere, formerly of Balenciaga, is poised to take over.

Until that news is announced, let us first enjoy photos from  Jacobs’ final collection for Louis Vuitton:

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Louis Vuitton S/S’14
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Louis Vuitton S/S'14  Pascal LeSergrentain/ Getty Images
Louis Vuitton S/S’14
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Louis Vuitton S/S'14  Pascal LeSergrentain/ Getty Images
Louis Vuitton S/S’14
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Louis Vuitton S/S'14  Pascal LeSergrentain/ Getty Images
Louis Vuitton S/S’14
Pascal LeSergrentain/ Getty Images

Marc Jacobs created a set that combined elements from his past shows. On the runway was a fountain, a carousel, old-fashioned elevators, a hallway of hotel room doors and a set of escalators. These elements created the mise en scene for the designer’s final bow at Louis Vuitton after sixteen years to see more photos click below:

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