Rihanna has been spending the last couple months of her life basically traveling around the world and smoking copious amounts of “medicinal” marijuana. In fact, she might have smoked herself silly, because apparently she decided it was a good idea to get “Thug Life” tattooed across her fingers.
“All these bitches screaming that 2pac back,” Rihanna Tweeted lyrics on Wednesday from Rick Ross’ “Tupac Back.” She also shared a photo of her new tattoo that honors Tupac Shakur.
The photo reveals Rihanna posing with her hands out and “Thug Life” spelled out across her knuckles… in pink!
The singer got her ink done at Mark Mahoney’s famous tattoo shop, Shamrock Social Club, in Hollywood.
Tupac’s rad n’ all, but dont forget your homeboy Biggie!
Jennifer Aniston is better than all of us, because when you can drop $21 million on a mansion like it’s nothing, you’re seriously rollin’. Check out her new pad:
TMZ is reporting that the Friends actress just purchased a 8,500 square foot mansion in the Bel Air section of Los Angeles. Originally priced at $24 million, the 42-year-old actress was able to snag it for $3 million under the asking price.
Jen’s new crib has four bedrooms, six bathrooms, a pool, gorgeous beach and city views, in addition to its own vineyard!
That’s how baller’s roll in Bel Air – it’s called the Emerald City in LA, because it has the most tree-cover of any place in the city. Looks like Justin Theroux has hit the lottery once again!
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The Kardashian drama continues, but don’t worry,
Kris Jenner The Ultimate Famewhore is there to somehow spin a family secret into a moneymaker. Alex Roldan, a former hairdresser for Kris, is said to be the father of Khloe – and of course, Kris wants to put this on TV.
Roldan, who is now a hairdresser in West Hollywood, is taller at 6’ than Robert Kardashian, who stood at 5’7,’’ Hollywoodite reports. Khloe is the tallest of her sisters, standing at 5’10’’.
Earlier reports this week from the National Enquirer also reported that Khloe was actually the daughter of O.J. Simpson. Robert Kardashian famously represented O.J. Simpson at his murder trial for the death of his wife, Nicole Brown. Brown and Kris Jenner were close friends.
Hollywoodite also reports that the Kardashian clan is well aware of the news and that Kris Jenner was actually planning an episode of their show “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” around the revelation.
Well at this point, all I can say is good luck, because with this much crap, people are only going to keep digging, and pretty soon people will see you for what you are and you’ll end up like Paris. Hilton, not the city!
So Kim Kardashian is once again trying to save face for her 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries and called it a “bad business decision.”
“Being a hopeless romantic, I wanted to believe in something so badly. If you think I really made all that money that everyone claimed we made on the wedding and that it was for TV…I’m a smart businesswoman, I would have stayed married longer!” Kardashian reasoned to Ripa during the morning show’s Host Chat segment. “This was a bad business decision. I really didn’t think following my heart would create this much backlash.”
OK, 1) You didn’t follow your heart, you followed your mom’s business plan. 2) A marriage is not a business transaction. 3) You’re not a hopeless romantic. Honestly, how did this chick think this whole deal wouldn’t create a backlash? I mean everyone knew you were doing it as a publicity stunt, so c’mon. Honestly Kim, if you spent as much time helping people in need with your money as you do trying to spin your marriage into you being a victim, the world would be a better place.
Who knew that funnyman Jim Carrey had a 24-year-old daughter, and that she would be trying out for American Idol.
“It was definitely fun growing up with him as a father, he’s not the most extravagant celebrity so it’s been fairly normal — fairly. Everyone growing up has their issue with identity and trying to find themselves,” she said. “It is difficult kind of growing up in the shadow of something and trying to find your place in the world under the huge shadow. The last name definitely helps and hurts, I feel like there’s kind of this pressure to maybe be better, because if I make it somewhere, I run the risk of people saying ‘Oh you only got there because of this.’”
Judge Jennifer Lopez remembered Jane from her time working with Jim on “In Living Color,” which caused a bit of a crisis over all the years that have passed since the show aired. That didn’t prejudice Lopez from letting her pass, though; Jane’s rendition of Bonnie Raitt’s “Something to Talk About” got the trio of judges saying yes.