Everybody knows Ozzy Osbourne and Sharon Osbourne are breaking up because Ozzy (ALLEGEDLY) couldn’t keep his willy out of Michelle Pugh, a hairdresser to the family. Well, now Kelly’s getting involved!
Kelly Osbourne went after the hairdresser that her dad banged, not in person or on the phone, but on twitter, like a decent human being. She tweeted:
“Anyone looking for cheap chunky LOW-lights a blow out and a b*** job.”
She went on to post her phone number, as an added classy touch.
Honestly, I know she’s probably fuming, but this is not the way to deal with her dad’s dishonesty. If I was Kelly I would keep quiet- what if her parents reconcile? This tweet only makes HER look bad.
What do YOU think of Kelly’s tweet? Weigh in below!
Posted Tuesday, May 24th, 2016 at 10:10am
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Azealia Banks– or as I like to call her, the hate-spewing banshee of the social media sphere- has been suspended from Twitter following a series of racially charged tweets attacking singer and former One Direction star Zayn Malik.
After Banks accused Malik of copying a music video of hers for his single “Like I Would,” Malik tweeted “My @’s too good for you,” a reference to the fact that Banks had not directed the accusation at his account for him to see, just kinda, was blowing off steam.
In response, Banks did the classy thing and verbally assaulted Malik with a number of homophobic and racial slurs. Fans immediately came to his aid, so instead of apologizing, Azealia switched targets to a 14-year-old Disney star named Skai Jackson after she said Banks “needs to simmer down a little”. The ladylike conduct just doesn’t end, does it!
She’s endorsed Trump’s campaign, feuded with Rita Ora, Iggy Azalea and Lilly Allen, and denied Cosby accusations. So, at this point, Twitter stepped and and cut her off from their social media app, which is best for errrybody.
A spokesperson for Twitter said that the company does not comment on individual accounts. Too bad, I bet there’s a party happening over there. LOL
Posted Friday, May 13th, 2016 at 11:11am
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I thought Iggy Azalea was going to cool it with the twitter beefing?
Okay, who thought that when Beyonce dropped the lyric “you better call Becky with the good hair” on Saturday night during HBO’s Lemonade, that Iggy would take issue? I guess I should have…? When Bey called out “Becky with the Good Hair” Iggy kept that in her little brain and on Monday night, one of her “fans” called her a racist and that’s when Iggy sort of had a meltdown, because… SHE’S A VICTIM OF RACISM, TOO. WHY?
Because people have called her Becky. Yep.
First, she responded by tweeting: “girl BYE. do you know how many time ppl have called me BECKY? it didnt have any kind of positive intention behind it. dont start. generalizing ANY race by calling them one sterotypical name for said race. i personally dont think is very cool, the end.” To which she got some replies, which you can read here.
BASICALLY, this is textbook white fragility, in that Iggy Azalea is a culturally appropriating, racially insensitive white Australian who honestly thinks she too is a victim of racism. For being called Becky. Gag me.
Posted Wednesday, April 27th, 2016 at 12:12pm
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You’d never know it from these pictures…
Ruby Rose opened up about her past battles with depression in an Instagram post over the weekend, and honestly this comes as a surprise to me. The Orange Is The New Black star seems super well-adjusted, successful and genuinely happy, but apparently the 30-year-old was reminded of her struggles when a fan showed her an old tweet from 2013 in which Ruby admitted to “losing [her] battle with depression.”
So, she responded via instagram:
“I’m just feeling reflective because I chose to fight and I thought it meant I’d be able to live. I DIDNT think it meant I’d be able to live my dream. I DIDNT think it would result in this extraordinary life I get to be a part of now… It just makes me wonder how many others are days, hours, seconds away from realizing their worth.. Their potential.. And once the dark cloud is lifted will be truly happy and free.”
Oof. I hear ya, girl.
She further elaborated on getting re-sent that tweet during an E! interview at the GLAAD Media Awards on April 2, saying:
“It was a real spinout when I got sent that, and it was something I had posted three years ago, you know, when I was really really depressed and I didn’t think that I could live another day or want to live another day, let alone live my dream.”
“So, my message was really just that, to really reflect on how many people in the world right now feel like they don’t want to go on another day, or they can’t go on another day, and they’re just seconds or minutes or days away from reaching their full potential and blossoming and being free and happy. I just thought that’s got to be millions of people and that’s just my message. Just hang in there, like one day at a time, and it does get better. I know that’s cliché, but it just does.”
Happy you’re good now, Ruby. I kinda wanna see her do some volunteerism or speaking out on this issue, though- maybe it’s a way she can give back.
Posted Tuesday, April 5th, 2016 at 10:10am
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