Friday, August 31, 2007
Posted by SouthernGurl at 9:44 PM
Here's Tallahassee, Florida's very own, T-Pain with Chris Brown in Brown's new video from his sophomore album 'Exclusive.' And for those who who have a hard time, such as myself, understanding song lyrics, guess what? They're included in the video! Yay!!!!!!!
Anywhoo, according to WENN, Kingston, whose debut single Beautiful Girls has spent three weeks atop Billboard, will fill the late rapper's shoes in an as-yet-untitled film being produced by Sean 'Diddy' Combs and directed by George Tillman. "When I first heard about that movie, it was through management," Kingston said. "My management told me about it and you know I had auditioned for it and I met with the director and I nailed it and he gave me a shot now at being in the movie."
The Kingston, Jamaica native, born Kisean Anderson, was raised in Florida and is the nephew of producer Jack Ruby, known for his collaborations with Bob Marley and Burning Spear.
In related news, Kingston's Beautiful Girls fall from No. 1 to No. 5 this week on Billboard's Hot 100 singles chart, replaced by Fergie's "Big Girls Don't Cry."
....and then there's a pic much like the one below not only making it seem as though Bey still doesn't know what the hell Jay jsut told her, but that whatever it is that he said is just too painful for her to think about?! Bless her heart! LOL!
A court order forces the 29-year-old artist to wear the clunker as part of her plea deal for her DUI arrest in April. The SCRAM device, an acronym for Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitor, will be removed on Sept. 8. Besides being an eyesore, Eve said the embarrassing part about wearing the contraption is coming to terms with the DUI infraction that led to it. "I definitely learned my lesson," she added. "It was a stupid situation, stupid decision. I did something dumb and now I'm paying for it ... Don't drink and drive kids."
Having to deal with a DUI in the public eye was "disgusting" enough, Eve claims, but the hardest part: Telling her mom. "I'm still scared of her ... [I] had to tell her before someone else told her or she saw it or heard it."