Wednesday, August 15, 2007
Ask my little sister and she will tell you that I told her it was just a matter of time before Foxy got herself in more trouble before being thrown in jail once again for pulling one of many temper-tantrum tirades. I never understood how ol girl could catch a new charge while still on probation (for other assault charges) and still be able to avoid going to jail. Now, I'm not trying to make little of Paris Hilton's stint in jail for violating her probation. Yes, she deserved to be punish like us common folk, BUT what I did have a hard time trying to figure out is how Foxy could leave the state of New York without her p.o.'s permission, throw a bitch fit in a hair supplies store, get arrested for it, have all that shit caught all on tape AND still avoid doing jail time.
I'm willing to bet dollars to donuts that this time, especially after pulling this latest stunt, there will be a jail cell with her name written on it ...along with a very, big, tall, hairy, old-navel-and-parmesan cheese-smelling pre-approved cellie named Cloreonyce waiting for her.
She gon learn. Oh, yeah. She will learn. But I digress.
BITTER COFFEE BEAN: SUDANESE SUPERMODEL ALEK WEK CALLS OUT COFFE COMPANY AS BEING RACIST IN HER NEW AUTOBIOGRAPHY
Wek, a member of the Dinka tribe who now resides in Brooklyn, New York compares a calendar photo she did for famed Italian coffee company Lavazza to a number of notorious racist ads.
In excerpts provided by the New York Post's Page Six, the 30 year old supermodel writes how she was photographed naked inside a "gigantic white espresso cup bigger than a car...My skin was to be the espresso."
Lavazza CEO Ennio Ranaboldo told Page Six: "A great artist photographer, Albert Watson. A great model, Alek Wek. A great calendar. That's all there's to say."
The R&B, crooner, whose latest album 'Double Up' just went platinum, was spotted leaving Pastis restuarant at the Meatpacking district in New York City with this young lady yesterday afternoon. Although there's no word on who the young lady is, maybe Kells is making a last attempt to garner a bit of positive publicity (if there is such a thing when it comes to him) before he drops the ten new uncut and uncensored chapters of 'Trapped in the Closet,' the the musical drama and so-called hip-hopera that has become a cultural phenomenon. The latest installment is due on DVD at the end of this month (August 31, 2007).
You can watch ALL 22 chapters of the series by going to IFC.com. 22 chapters?! Yeah, I'd have to watch that entire spoof of a drama all over again, because I refuse to wrack my mind trying to figure out what was the last chapter I'd seen.