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Rihanna Calls Fan “Fatty” and Takes Her Snickers Away (Poll and Pic)

Posted November 19, 2014 1:47 PM By Deirdre B Pride

Don’t get it twisted.  You already know Rihanna does not bite her tongue and that day was no different.  And I can’t front, the stuff she does is so funny to me, but then again I have a sick sense of humor.  Anyways,  A fan posted a picture of her and Rihanna with a caption.  See the snap and weigh in via the poll or comments section after the rip.

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You’ve moved forward, and Rihanna says she also has moved -forward. Do you see a day when your relationship won’t be brought up at all?

When we’re not relevant anymore, that might be the case. As long as you’re doing something good, people will always bring up old stuff or negative stuff because they don’t want you to surpass a certain level or elevate. But as long as you have your head on straight, it shouldn’t matter what people want to say.

Did you spend time writing while you were in jail?

No. You know, jail isn’t a place of many creative spirits. But as far as my creativity, I put it on hold until I got out. Jail is more of a regimen and a structure. I’m more of a free spirit when it comes to creating music, painting and art. So when I got out, I was very excited to get into the studio. I didn’t have any ideas or concepts; they usually come as I go [in to record]. I was drawing and sketching most of the time, biding time.

What was the daily routine like?

A guard wakes you up; you eat. You stay in your cell most of the time, basically 24 hours a day. Maybe on Mondays you go to the roof inside of a cage and have a phone call. It’s isolation. You have time to focus on what matters, on what to do and what not to do.

Do you consider yourself a role model?

As far as my mistakes in life, that’s being a role model, because people can see my mistakes and learn from them. I’ve gone through more stuff than most 35- or 40-year-olds, and I’ve dealt with it. As far as becoming a man in the public eye, continuing to persevere and stay positive throughout trials and tribulations … that’s the only thing I’d say contributes to my being a role model. If kids look up to me, that’s amazing; great. As far as me as an artist and a person, I always want to exude positivity. But as far as saying, “Hey, I’m a role model, I’m the best of this,” I take the humble approach and let people make that decision for themselves.

Me: Coming from a an ole head like myself, yes you have been through more than the average me, but we don’t carry the weight of fame.  I don’t wish a celebrity’s fame at all. Most of the time I feel sorry for celebs…..too much pressure.

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Cee Lo Green’s Lackluster Show Cancelled by TBS

Posted September 3, 2014 10:14 AM By Deirdre B Pride
Cee Lo Green

Cee Lo Green’s Lackluster Show Cancelled by TBS


People are assuming the show “The Good Life”, was cancelled after Cee made a few unintelligent tweets……..twitter is a hell of a drug.  But, please, I’ve seen that show on a couple occasions and it stunk to high hell.  I don’t know if pointing the cancellation towards the dumb tweets works, but whatever.

TBS is saying it was cancelled because of poor rating and that is the story I’m sticking too.  I only watched twice and it was horrible.

Folks want to think that it was because of the tweets below.  In the tweets he said something like a women can only be raped if they are conscious.  Yup, twitter is a hell of a drug.

Here are some of the tweets Buzz Feed grabbed before he snatched them down.  Just think Cee’s of age son will no doubt read these.  Let’s not exclude his friends…….He gots some splainin’ to do.


Did he eff up his job on The Voice too.  They may conveniently not ask him back from his hiatus.

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