“Fishy, fishaaayyyyyyyy!” I mean no publicity is bad publicity right? Hence this latest cheating scandal involving Kanye West and French-Canadian model Leyla Ghobadi.
Ghobadi dry snitched about their alleged tryst, he denied it through his ‘camp’, blah, blah, blah… but I find the timing too coincidental not to call Brewshyt on this. Doesn’t his new album drop next Tuesday? Remember that fake beef with Fiddy for “Graduation” back in 2007? We’re not that dumb Kanye, or at least I’m not, so do better on the stunts. I know I won’t be contributing to Pimp Mama Kris’ kitty by buying that tainted ass project! What say you Brewchies?
In baby, I just can’t get over you and I’m desperately holding onto you for relevancy news, Ray J has dropped a video for his Kardasian ode, “I Hit It First.” It features a Kim Kardashian look alike and other nonsense. Get you some of this hilarity.
Actress Essence Atkins didn’t bite her tongue when it came to breaking down Tyler Perry’s misstep in casting Kim Kardashian in his movie, Temptation. Perry admitted he cast Kim K because she has a huge Twitter following. She told Sister 2 Sister magazine:
“I found it interesting that Tyler did that with Temptation, hiring Kim Kardashian because she has 16 million Twitter followers, which would seem like a brilliant marketing plan. He has one of the biggest Twitter personalities out there in his movies, and he had one of the worst box office weekends. It’s not a failure, but it did worse than his movies usually do just based on him. I thought that was an interesting finding. Your experiment didn’t work. People want to see good stories. It’s not necessarily that they want to see Kim Kardashian in a movie. They want to see her in a bikini. They want to see her with Kanye. They want to see her on her show talking about her life with her sisters, but that doesn’t mean that they want to see her in a movie. The fact that people want to see their lives and the volatility of that… I don’t think that it translates at all.”
Perry’s film made just over $22 million in its opening weekend (which is nothing to poo poo), but was widely panned by critics.
Does Essence have a point here?
By the way, have you caught the Witches’ version of Temptation? Like to see it? Here it go…
Our long national nightmare is over. We can all breathe numerous sighs of relief.
Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries have settled their year and a half long, drawn out divorce fight which lasted seven times longer than their 72 day marriage. Thursday, Kris backed away from his demands of an annulment when it was determined there wasn’t much evidence that Kim had committed a fraud by marrying him all up on the teevee.
The judge just announced in court what we told you earlier today. The divorce case is settled. The terms have not been disclosed, but the big news for Humphries … he won’t have to pay any penalties for blowing off last week’s settlement conference.
It’s not clear what, if anything, Kris is getting from this. But, I’d imagine he’s getting something to make this go away. I know you were waiting for this news. Carry on.
A producer deposed in Kris Humphries’ never-ending divorce battle claims parts of Kim Kardashian’s reality show are fake (really, Sherlock?) and a rapper suffers a seizure on stage and it’s not Lil Wayne. Those stories and more in today’s What’s Brewing report for iDV8 Radio.
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