Surprise surprise, Chris Brown‘s being a Dbag, AGAIN.
The controversial singer has more legal woes/violence allegations, and ironically enough, it’s with the dude that he hired to rehabilitate his image after the Rihanna beating.
Mike G claims he was hired in 2012 not only to change Brown’s image, but to get him out of debt and off drugs, and that it worked because Chris had a resurgence in popularity (ugh). THEN, cut to last month: Mike G claims without provocation, Brown took him in a room, brutally attacked him with repeated punches to the face and neck, which landed him in the ER. TMZ reports:
The lawsuit claims Brown, rather than being remorseful, began mocking Mike G on social media and bragging to friends about the beating. Mike G says Brown had the audacity to tell people working on his tour, if they got out of line he’d beat them just like he beat Mike G.
Mike G says Brown’s rage was drug-fueled and the suit mention concern for retaliation from Brown’s “gang member friends.”
Mike G’s attorney, Patty Glaser, tells TMZ, “We did everything we could to resolve this in a non-public way to avoid damage to Chris Brown. Regrettably, as outlined in our complaint, Chris Brown has proven to be his own worst enemy.”
To add a little less class to the whole situation (if that’s possible), Chris just responded to the lawsuit in an Instagram video, claiming he fired Mike G for stealing money from him. Mike G’s lawyer shot back saying that they will be adding a defamation claim to the lawsuit. DANG.
Posted Friday, June 24th, 2016 at 9:09am
Filed under Chris Brown
I guess Drake isn’t such a nice guy (at least according to famed Rapper/Producer Detail).
Detail just filed a lawsuit against Drake claiming the Degrassi alum offered Detail a job back in 2014 as his exclusive producer. Detail didn’t want to be tied to one guy, so he declined.
The rejection didn’t sit well with Drake, who got angry with Detail and in June of 2014, invited Detail to his Calabasas estate, on the pretext of working together again. According to TMZ, Detail says he arrived at 2 AM and was met by Drake’s bodyguard, Chubbs, who punched him so hard he broke his jaw.
Detail says during the beating, Chubbs yelled, “I will beat all your asses, including your bitches. I don’t give a f***. I will hit you again. Do you think Drake is soft? You think Drake’s a punk?” Um. I guess not?
The producer says Drake set him up for the beating, and he wants lots of cash. And I guess he’s learned his lesson about invitations from people who he’s not on good terms with. Personally, I hate to hear this because I like Drake and I thought he was nice. But nobody is nice who beats up other people and especially not if they refer to themselves in the 3rd person.
Drake: CLEAN UP YOUR ACT, dude!
Posted Thursday, June 23rd, 2016 at 8:08am
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Kendall Jenner isn’t interested in Stephanie Seymour’s supermodel theories.
Last week, Seymour said some choice words about Kendall and Gigi Hadid– namely, that the popular-on-Instagram and reality TV models of today don’t deserve the title of “supermodel.” Instead, she suggests they are more…how do I put this lightly? Oh, “bitches of the moment.” And Kendall, of course, did not appreciate it.
Unlike big sis Kim Kardashian, who doesn’t bat an eyelash at this kind of BS, Kendall wrote a piece on her website in rebuttal, entitled “My Thoughts on the ‘Supermodel’ Debate,” because she thinks she’s being cyberbullied:
“If you choose to be a cyberbully, I’m going to stick up for myself. No one is trying to steal Stephanie Seymour’s thing, or trying to be her. I actually looked up to her. She has a daughter! I guarantee you that she didn’t imagine someone so publicly shaming her daughter when she made those comments about us being ‘bitches of the moment.’
If people want to call Gigi and I supermodels now, it doesn’t take anything away from supermodels of the past. Obviously, I have so much respect for those women, but right now, we’re the models of this time. Significant? Maybe. Hardworking? For sure.”
Honestly, I’m impressed that Kendall wrote this. It’s not brilliant, but I cant’ say I’m not on her side. Things change, and Stephanie Seymour’s words make it seem like she’s being sore that she’s not exactly recognized for her modeling glory days anymore. NOT CLASSY!
Posted Friday, June 17th, 2016 at 12:12pm
Filed under Kendall Jenner
Woah, models of yore versus models of today!
Just this year, Karolina Kurkova and Rebecca Romijn both threw shade on the Kendall Jenners and Gigi Hadids of the modeling world, and now ex-supermodel Stephanie Seymour is getting in on the fun. Seymour was one of the biggest supermodels of the ‘90s, and she was just asked about bad press older models have given current models it by Vanity Fair:
Former model Rebecca Romijn, 43, told Entertainment Tonight last April that Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid “are not true supermodels,” and that she found it frustrating that social-media stars are now considered supermodels and setting style standards. Vanity Fair asked one of the original six, Stephanie Seymour, if she agreed, at Thursday night’s amfAR Inspiration Gala in New York.
“They are completely different than we were,” she said. “Supermodels are sort of the thing of the past. They deserve their own title. [Kendall and Gigi] are beautiful girls, and I support all of them, but they need their own title.”
And what should their title be? “B*tches of the moment!” Seymour said with a laugh. “That would be a good title for them.”
While the debate rages on, Seymour is thankful that her modeling heyday happened before camera phones and photo sharing made anonymity virtually impossible.
“I’m so glad social media didn’t exist during our time. I’m a private person, and sharing everything feels odd to me,” she said. “And because there weren’t cameras around us all the time, we got away with so much more and had so much more fun. We didn’t have people watching us all the time, and we weren’t putting ourselves out there in a way that was turning the media against us or for us in any way. We still had our privacy, and there was more of an illusion behind the girls. You lose your illusion when you give much of yourself away, and that’s what I don’t like about it. I’m so glad it didn’t exist back then. I can’t imagine what it’s like for the girls today.”
(Via Vanity Fair)
This feels like SERIOUS SHADE. “B*tches of the moment?” “needing their own title?” C’mon. Sure, if Gigi and Kendall stick with it, they’ll probably be accepted by the “old guard” supermodels. But for now, yes, they kind of came up in an age of friends and reality stars and supermodels, all sandwiched together in a little SoCal package.
Do you think Gigi and Kendall have model staying power? Weigh in BELOW!
Posted Wednesday, June 15th, 2016 at 9:09am
Filed under Gigi Hadid
, Kendall Jenner