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Friday, November 14, 2014

I am really prepared for the primaries - Atiku Abubakar

Following recent speculations that the All Progressive Party APC, five presidential aspirants will reach a consensus on who becomes the party's flag bearer for next year's election, former president and one of the aspirant Atiku Abubakar has said the idea does not exist.

Atiku Abubakar is contesting for the presidency under APC alongside former Head of State, Gen. Mohammadu Buhari, Kano state
governor Dr. Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, Imo state governor Chief Rochas Okorocha and a publisher Mr. Sam Nda Isaiah.

Vanguard reports that a meeting of the aspirants from the North was conducted in Abuja on Tuesday night but the meeting which was to negotiate on who becomes the party's flag bearer for next year's election ended in a fiasco.

In a new interview on the issue of consensus, Atiku Abubakar said the idea of withdrawal does not arise at the moment.

“No, I don’t think so. The issue of withdrawal at this moment is not on the table because as candidates we have not met; let’s say the five of us. 

Before you talk of withdrawal, before you talk of consensus, the candidates must meet as a group. And when they meet as a group all of them must submit to a consensus process.

“They must also agree what is going to be the mode of the consensus process. How are we going to get a candidate to emerge? So there has to be process, there has to be willingness of all the parties. At the
moment, none. We have not even met; five of us, not to talk of agreeing to a consensus option. I would like to say, perhaps, we have passed the consensus option, because this is an option that did not go through the national working committee, did not go through the NEC.

“So, I think if it did go through all these statutory structures then there is a very slim chance, unless out of the willingness of five us we decide to sit down and produce a process that will throw up a consensus candidate”, he said.

The former president said he was prepared for the party's primaries because he is not a novice in the politics game.

“I am really prepared for the primary because this is a game that I have participated in more than the others. In other words, I have been involved in primary election since the early 90s, and that has given me a lot of experience when it comes to
primaries whether they are direct or indirect because we have participated in both types of primaries.

“The perception that the ticket is there for Buhari to take is a mistaken perception because Buhari has
never participated in any primaries. 

In the three elections he contested he was simply given the tickets. He did not go through any primaries. I believe that is not going to be helpful to him in this very case.

“As of today, among the five of us who are going to participate in the primaries I am the only one who is running around the country. Nobody else is doing that. Nowadays delegates have become more enlightened than before. Most of them are very educated and most of them want to engage their candidates in discussions on what is it they have for them, for the electorate and for party. If they have not seen you, not to talk of interacting with you, how would they vote for you?

“Secondly, this is not a party that is dominated by the influence of governors. In other words, the governors trying to force delegates to
vote even against their own conscience like it happens in the PDP. This is a party that wants to bring about change. And that really wants to allow people to make choices based on their own convictions.

“So I have seen in a few states where we have governors; where I was very well received, and I had access to all the delegates, to talk to them, interact with them, and also to listen to all their own problems, and I like it and enjoyed it because you get to know quite a lot of things. You think you know all the problems, but when get down the bottom-line and then you begin to listen to ordinary people
who live ordinary lives and you find there is a lot you learn.

“I think all these experiences give me confidence that I have an edge over the rest of them. I know it is not easy. It is difficult. The physical terrain, going round the country is not good particularly, in terms of the road infrastructure, very bad roads. And you fly all over. I have never seen an election period so short like this one. So, for you to be able to cover the entire country, you need to be flying, sometimes covering two or three states in a day. Thank God most of the states I have covered them. The only thing is that you cannot stay too late because when it is dark most of the airports don’t operate. Only few airports operate in the night in this country.”

On weather he would support General Buhari if he wins the primaries, he simply said he had done it before.

“I think I have proved that I am a pragmatic politician. Recall that in 2010 when I failed to get the PDP ticket against President Jonathan, I and others went to try to bring about an electoral alliance between the CPC and ACN.

“And even when Buhari eventually disappointed a group of us, myself, General Babangida, General Aliyu Gusau and Mallam Adamu Ciroma, I still went out of my way to support Buhari even in CPC. So for
me it is not a big deal. I think I’m a pragmatic politician and I don’t know of others. What I know is that we have an understanding to support one another. I don’t know of the rest, but I can say of myself, I can support anyone that emerges”, the Turaki of Adamawa said.

Crime: Nigerian couple jailed in the UK for money laundering and human trafficking

Nigerian couple Lizzy Idahosa, 24 and Jackson Omoruyi, 41, have been sentenced to prison in the UK. Lizzy got 8 years behind bars for sex trafficking and Jackson got 2 years for money laundering.

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The mother of one, who is currently heavily pregnant with Jackson's second baby, was found guilty of trafficking women to and around the UK as well as inciting prostitution and money laundering. 

Her partner Jackson, charged £50,000 for travel from Nigeria and false documents from the ladies they brought and made them work in brothels where they had sex with 7 or 8 men a day to pay their debts. 

Their victims said that before traveling to London on the promise of a better life, they had been subjected to 'juju' rituals in which they ate snails and snakes, had their hair shaved, drank dirty water and were cut with a razor. They were also threatened with illness, madness, infertility and death if they ever spoke up. 

Wealthiest terrorist organization the world has ever seen (ISIS) Announces own Currency

ISIS Currency

Terrorist group ISIS, has announced that it will soon start minting its own currency in gold, silver and copper.

According to CNN, the currency will consist of seven coins: two gold, three silver and two copper.

ISIS revealed that its rationale for formulating the currency is to “stay away from the tyrant’s financial system,” and that the decision is “purely dedicated to God and will remove Muslims from the global economic system that is based on satanic usury.”

The group has been described as the wealthiest terrorist organization the world has ever seen. Its funding is said to come from mostly ransom payments, taxes, oil, and the sale of stolen artifacts.
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Another military helicopter crashes in Yola

Another military helicopter crashed last night between Girei & Modibbo near the Federal University of Technology Yola, Adamawa state. Eye witnesses said the helicopter stopped abruptly midair while flying then crashed into a ball of fire. The Nigerian military are yet to say anything about the crash...

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Olamide’s #StreetOT Ranks Number One On iTunes World Albums Chart

King Baddo!
Less than a few hours to the official release of Olamide’s fourth studio album #StreetOT, it already peaks at the number one spot (displacing M.I’s The Chairman) on iTunes chart for top albums in the world. Can you beat that?
Mind you, this album is still in pre-order. The feats this singular album has attained since the news of it’s coming filtered in, has not only surpassed but equally scaled on so many humbling, yet-s0-impressive levels.
Up In The Club featuring YBNL’s Viktoh, still remains the only full track (lead single) off the album that we’ve heard. And then not long ago, we watched Don Jazzy talk about working with Olamide on Skelemba(HERE).
This further attests to whatever motives Olamide has employed to bag the title of the most consistent artiste in Nigeria, even endorsed by his fellow artistes. Thus, you can’t afford to be sleeping while another one of our own makes world history. Make sure you grab a fresh hot copy that very moment it drops!
Street OT number one 1024x606 Olamides #StreetOT Ranks Number One On iTunes World Albums Chartstreet OT Olamide iTunes

Sanchez: ‘I love playing with Welbeck’


Arsenal sensation Alexis Sanchez is enjoying life in his debut season in English football, especially with the prospect of playing alongside Manchester United’s outcast Danny Welbeck.

Sanchez has scored 8 goals in his last 10 games for his new club. His work rate makes him a standout and difficult for opposition sides to cope with. The Chilean on International duty was speaking to AS about his formidable bond with Danny Welbeck.

He said: “I love playing with him. He has a very nice touch and scorer. He has been a great signing.
“Sometimes I stop to look my teammates in practice and I realise that I’m surrounded by a lot of quality. I have been impressed by the attitude and talent.

“I know that with this group we can win many titles in the coming years. I’m convinced.”

Preacher Myles Munroe With Wife and Daughter Killed in Bahamas Plane Crash

Myles Munroe, his wife and several other people, have died in a small plane crash Sunday afternoon in the Bahamas, Munroe's ministry said Sunday night. Myles Munroe was an internationally known minister, author and motivational speaker. The Bahamian aviation ministry confirmed that there were "some fatalities" among the nine people on board.

Munroe’s ministry Facebook page has posted a note saying:

“On behalf of Myles Munroe International and ITWLA. We would like to inform you that the Global Leadership Forum will continue. The Forum will be for two and a half days (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday morning). This is what Dr. Munroe would have wanted. Please keep his family and the ministry in prayers.”
According to NBC, a Learjet 36 carrying the ministry officials crashed at 5:10 p.m. ET while making a landing approach at Grand Bahama International Airport.

Dave Burrows, head of youth ministries for Munroe's non-denominational Bahamas Faith Ministries International, broke the news at a press conference Sunday night. He said that Munroe's wife, Ruth, and the ministry's senior vice president, Pastor Richard Pinder, were among those killed in the crash.

Charisma news reports that Munroe's daughter was also among those killed in the crash. Burrows said a small number of other people were on board the plane, along with two pilots, none of whom were immediately identified.

Myles Munroe was 60 years old, and frequently appeared before mass audiences at Christian events with other widely known preachers, like Bishop T.D. Jakes. He wrote or co-wrote more than 100 inspirational and motivational books, many of which were best-sellers in the Caribbean and Africa.

He and his team were headed for the Grand Bahama 2014 Global Leadership Forum which starts today November 10. Below is a photo taken before the flight took off.

Kim K's Unphotoshopped #BreakTheInternet Cover Leaked?

True or false?

This picture of the original unphotoshopped image of Kim K has just gone viral on Twitter, but there's no way of confirming if it is true or false. What do you think?

View image on Twitter

One Question

I'm just asking not judging...

Does Bible support THIS?

I need comments...

"I will be Nigerian President in 2015"- Governor Rochas Okorocha

For those who don't know, Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha, is contesting in next year's presidential election. 

Below is what he said during his declaration at a rally on Monday Nov. 10th.

“My people, in 2015 I will be the president of the country. Three months ago when I said I want to be president they asked, “Can an Igboman be president? But now when they count those contesting for president they will first count Rochas Okorocha, before Buhari, Atiku Abubakar and Kwankwaso. When they said they have zoned the presidency to the North, I asked, When was the meeting held? Now we have zoned it to Igboland. In 2015, there will be a turnaround in the fortunes of Ndigbo. They only know themselves; they don’t care about Igbo. APC is an emergency party for a new Nigeria; I would not have joined APC if PDP was doing well. We will defeat PDP in 2015,”

helsea handler mocks Kim K's butt (Photo)

Kim been getting a lot of heat since her Paper magazine butt cover was released. Talkshow host Chelse Handler is the latest celebrity to make fun of the cover. She shared a pic of her own butt on her instagram page and asked fans to compare her 'real' butt to Kim's own lol...

full pic below...

SO CHELSEA OPEN ASS FREE OF CHARGE AND KIM WAS PAID.....But that's non of my business *drinks coffee* 

(Shocking) Jehovah’s Witness New Mom Dies After Refusing Blood Transfusion

                                                                  Adeline Keh

A UK-based woman who was a Jehovah’s Witness, died shortly after child birth after refusing a blood transfusion for religious reasons. This choice may have contributed to her death.
Adeline, 40, and her husband, Kweku Keh, had been seeking a child for many years,London Evening Standard, reports. Adeline had endured years of failed fertility treatments, until finally; she was able to conceive naturally.
 However, she became severely ill shortly after giving birth to her son, Mawsi, through caesarean section at Homerton Hospital.  She was diagnosed with  acute respiratory distress syndrome and was transferred to heart and lung specialist hospital, Papworth.
                           Adeline & Kweku Keh

Adeline informed doctors not to give her any blood products during the course of treatment, due to her religious beliefs. Honouring her request, she was put on a machine to re-oxygenate her blood. However, the process could not be conducted effectively without a blood transfusion.
An inquest conducted last month revealed that she died on October 19th last year due to a combination of “ARDS, sepsis, an infection in the caesarean wound and “refusal of transfusion on religious grounds.”
Speaking on his wife’s death, Kweku said:
“Each time I went to pick her up from the hospital, I was told that she could not come home. Eventually my wife lost her fight and passed away and we never got to come home as a family.”

Woman has part of her brain removed to stop seizures triggered by Neyo's voice

A mother has undergone surgery to remove part of her brain in a bid to stop crippling seizures which she claims are triggered by the sound of Neyo's voice..Zoe Fennessy, 26,says within seconds of hearing his voice,she has an epileptic seizure which make her freeze, vomit and unable to react to the world around her.
The healthcare assistant has to wear earphones whenever she goes shopping just in case Neyo's  tunes are played in stores.Surgeons removed part of her left frontal lobe in June in a bid to stop the affliction.But the surgery was not successful and doctors now fear she may have the condition forever. 

Miss Fennessy - who has been unable to work for six months because of her affliction  told Mailonline
 'I don't dislike Ne-Yo or his music, it just dislikes me unfortunately.I'll be walking around the supermarket doing my food shopping and I have to put my earphones in to listen to my own music just in case it comes on.
'It's the same with most shops. I have to walk in with my ear phones in at first just to make sure they don't have Ne-Yo on.If he ever releases a greatest hits album it's going to be a nightmare.Whenever I hear the first few beats of the song I have to drop whatever I am doing and run..'People might think it is funny - and I can laugh at it myself - but it has taken over my life. It's ruined my life.'
It wasn't until she heard Ne-Yo's first big hit, 'Give Me Everything' featuring Pitbull - which topped the charts in May 2011 - that she had her first music-induced seizure.
It took me a while to realise that they were being triggered by his songs.
'It wasn't until I'd heard it for about the 15th time that it finally twigged what was going on.' The song was really popular and I went to my consultant and I said "I know this sounds extremely bizarre, but every time I hear this song I have a seizure". He said it was fascinating and that he'd never heard anything like it.I stressed that while it might be fascinating, I was really struggling - the song was everywhere at the time.'

In June this year, Miss Fennessy endured a six-hour long operation to remove a huge chunk of her left temporal lobe where doctors thought all her seizures may originate.
But while the symptoms of her epilepsy have reduced, she still has a fit every time she hears Ne-Yo's voice.
I have had to go up to DJs in places and say 'look can you not play Ne-Yo' and they just look at me like I'm an alien,'[Doctors] are saying it could possibly be something in the tone of his voice, something like that, but it doesn't happen when I hear Usher, or people like him who have a very similar sound. It is only him, only Ne-Yo.'
'Our holiday this year to Majorca was a nightmare. Honestly it was like being at a Ne-Yo concert - the song was everywhere.I had to stay in the hotel room for most of the holiday because it got so bad.' 
She has been clinically diagnosed with 'musicogenic seizures' which are triggered by the tone of Ne-Yo's voice.

Mercy Johnson Shares New Photos

The mother of two just shared these first post baby pic..Though it's for a cause, she looks amazing



Kim wears MIKIMOTO necklaces and earrings, customized dress and vintage gloves throughout

If you know nothing else about Kim Kardashian, you know that she is very, very famous. Some would say that's all you need to know. At press time, she has 25 million Twitter followers, about a million less than Oprah Winfrey and nearly 5 million more than CNN Breaking News. Her Instagram account, where she is a prolific purveyor of selfies, is the site's third most popular. You can't walk through a supermarket without glimpsing her on a multitude of tabloids whose headlines holler about her relationships, her parenting style and the vicissitudes of her ample curves. But she has also graced the covers of highbrow fashion bibles like Wand Vogue; with her now-husband, Kanye West, she appeared on the latter above the hashtag #worldsmosttalkedaboutcouple, creating a furor that made it perhaps the #worldsmostcontroversialcover.

Her millions-strong popularity and inescapable media presence have made her grist for think pieces galore. She is variously seen as a feminist-entrepreneur-pop-culture-icon or a late-stage symptom of our society's myriad ills: narcissism, opportunism, unbridled ambition, unchecked capitalism. But behind all the hoopla, there is an actual woman -- a physical body where the forces of fame and wealth converge. Who isn't at least a tad curious about the flesh that carries the myth? 

Unlike most people, she looks exactly the same in person as she does in photographs or on television, with one exception: she is smaller than she appears in images, with tiny, almost doll-like ears and feet and hands. Everything else about her seems amplified, tumescent. Her black hair is thicker than any you have ever seen, her lips fuller, her giant Bambi-eyes larger, their whites whiter, and the lashes that frame them longer. If some of this is the result of artificial enhancement -- does anyone else have eyelashes that resemble miniature feather dusters? -- none of it seems obviously ersatz. But that's not to say it looks real, either. She is like a beautiful anime character come to life.



As soon as she arrives at the hostess podium of the Polo Lounge in Beverly Hills, where we meet for our interview, a young fan who appears to be in her late teens or early twenties accosts her. The fan has been running to catch (keep up with?) Kardashian; she brings with her a breeze. "Will you take a selfie with me, Kim?" she pants. (This is what fans asks the High Priestess of Instagram -- autographs are so last century.) She obliges, leaning in for the picture and striding away almost before I can blink. "She's gonna post it," Kardashian says wryly. "I bet it's posted right now." Later, she will tell me that she's "not really a filter person," and that she doesn't generally use them when she publishes her many selfies. As she talks, I notice that her skin, which is the golden color of whiskey, is free of wrinkles, crow's feet, laugh lines, blemishes, freckles, moles, under-eye circles, scars, errant eyebrow hairs or human flaws of any kind. It's like she comes with a built-in filter of her own. 

With its enveloping green leather booths and twinkling white garden lights, the Polo Lounge is a setting that lends itself to intimacy. Kardashian, who is wearing a monochromatic champagne-colored ensemble (Margiela bodysuit, ChloĆ© silk pants, Lanvin silk coat), gives off a cozy vibe herself. She leans forward while she talks, resting her cheek in the palm of her hand as though she's chatting with her closest girlfriend. She tells me that the Kardashian clan is currently a week into filming season 10 ofKeeping Up With the Kardashians, which she has called "the best family movie ever," never mind the rampant speculation, in early 2013, that season 9 would be her last. I'm surprised to hear that they still enjoy the process, since your typical American family would no longer be on speaking terms. "We're kind of obsessed with each other," she explains. 

Today, a day off, she spent at a pumpkin patch with West, whom she repeatedly calls Kanye -- she clearly enjoys saying his name -- and their 16-month old daughter, North. They arrived at the farm unbothered by photographers, a rarity in the circus that is her life ("literally every single day there's about ten cars of paparazzi literally waiting outside our homes"). It wasn't long, however, before the paparazzi had surrounded them. "I couldn't really pick out our pumpkins, and [North] couldn't really enjoy it," she says. After a moment, perhaps concerned that she has come perilously close to complaining about her fame, she adds matter-of-factly: "You just have to not care. You just have to say, 'This is our life, and it is what it is.'" Her delivery is Zen-like, almost affectless, as it is on the show. "All my friends tell me the world could be coming to an end, and I'm always so calm," she says, opening a packet of Equal. She empties its contents into a glass of passion fruit iced tea, then fastidiously bites granules of sweetener off her manicured nails. 


The rap on Kim Kardashian is that she has done nothing to merit her fame. But the longer I steep myself in the ambience of her pleasantly languid manner and hologram-perfect looks, the more facile this charge begins to seem. Of course, she has cannily leveraged that fame to build, with her sisters, a beauty-industrial complex, which includes a clothing line, a makeup line, a line of tanning products and seven perfumes. (A collection of hair care implements and styling products will debut in the spring.) Her mobile app, Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, in which players climb their way to A-List status under Kardashian's tutelage, has earned over $43 million since its debut in June.

Yet her perceived lack of accomplishment is also, perhaps, an accomplishment in itself. Kardashian seems to know instinctively that, as Andy Warhol once observed, "When you just see somebody on the street, they can really have an aura. But then when they open their mouth, there goes the aura." Take the stream of small faux-confidences that she offers during the interview. They reveal very little yet foster a sense of closeness. She tells me that she is "obsessed with apps" but, when I ask her to name one, she replies, "I like all different apps." Of her 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries, one of her rare missteps that actually left a footprint, she says: "It's just one of those life lessons that you have to learn, and it's OK." Her behavior suggests that the key to total ubiquity is giving up all of one's verbal edges and sharp angles (while occasionally tossing out a memorable visual flare: a sex tape, say, or a nude photo shoot). 

Social media has created a new kind of fame, and Kardashian is its paragon. It is a fame whose hallmark is agreeable omnipresence, which resembles a kind of evenly spread absence, soothing, tranquil and unobjectionable. There's an argument to be made that Kardashian has been recorded and viewed more often than any other personage in history, and while she has certainly had her awkward moments (posting a vampire facial on Instagram, announcing that she wanted to buy a stroller that complemented her unborn baby's skin color), she has also never made a truly ruinous gaffe, been caught in a Britney Spears-style public meltdown or sallied forth looking less than photogenic. As she puts it, "There's nothing we can do that's not documented, so why not look your best, and amazing?" 

To mere mortals who occasionally visit the grocery store in yoga pants, her willpower and self-discipline are a marvel. Imagine being filmed and photographed constantly, yet never saying anything seriously controversial or appearing unkempt. The effort involved seems torturous, impossible. And yet, though her life requires work of a sort -- roughly two hours of hair and makeup each day, regular meetings for her assorted businesses, wardrobe fittings, photo shoots, 5:00 a.m. workouts -- you don't get the sense that she is hiding or suppressing her true, private self. "I think you've seen every side of me on my show," she says, popping a piece of pound cake into her mouth.

We're accustomed to our performers having onstage and backstage registers, but for her there is no division between the two. This is, indeed, the definition of a reality star. She's not performing, that is -- at least not visibly. She is being, and being is her act. Her appeal derives from her uncanny consistency, as does that of her show. It's relaxing to watch the sisters sprawl on each other's beds and talk about nothing, to see them discuss constipation cures or their preferred way to eat Nilla Wafers. Like Warhol's screen tests, Keeping Up With the Kardashians has a disarming purity. It invites us to glory in its stars' mundanity, which permits us to enjoy our own.


"My makeup artist said to me the other day, 'You haven't taken a selfie in a while,'" Kardashian says, as the afternoon slides into evening and the light turns magic-hour blue. To remedy this, she posted one of herself in full makeup and a white terrycloth robe, with the literal caption, "It's been a while since I've taken a selfie." It garnered more than a half-a-million likes. Selfies have been on her mind lately. She is putting together a collection of her oeuvre, called Selfish, to be published by Rizzoli in the spring. She has spent hours sifting through her vast, meticulously organized digital archive. "The book company edited them, and I was like, 'Wait a minute! There are like 300 here that you're not adding!'" she says. I remark that I am surprised she can remember and differentiate among a bunch of near-identical photos of her face. She can, she says; she is organizing them chronologically, dating them by what she wore to specific events. "I know what I wore, what accessories I wore, where I was, who I was with," she tells me. "I remember everything." Her mind, it seems, traps the minutiae most of us forget. For her, though, it's not minutiae; it's her life, and her life is her career. 

I ask her whether Kim Kardashian would exist without social media. "I don't think so..." she says, slowly, then reconsiders. "I don't think social media was that heavy when we started our show, but I think we really evolved with social media." The next day, as I scroll through Instagram, I come across a photograph of her, taken the night of our interview, wearing the champagne getup at a restaurant in Venice. I also find two photos of North toddling around the pumpkin patch in a tiny fringed cape and Baby Vans. One of these pictures has more than a million likes. "I love sharing my world with people," Kardashian tells me, and I detect no hint of falseness. "That's just who I am." No more, no less.

Culled from paper mag.

Monday, May 5, 2014

They say he is the internet’s biggest playboy!!! Meet Dan Bilzerian

Now the thing is this; THIS GUY IS BALLING HARD!!!!!!! At the age of 33, this former US Navy Seal who has catapulted to fame through posting photos of strippers, flash cars and his amazing homes to his Instagram account is worth more than £60million (largely made through high-stakes poker games).

More photos below.
He revealed how a mix of hard drugs and viagra triggered a double heart attack and the next thing he remembered was waking up in hospital.
In an interview with The Sun magazine, he said, “I know I’m very fortunate to live a life that most people can only fantasize about so I wanted to share that
Partying four days without a break...
Now with one million followers on twitter and more than 1.5million on Instagram, the social media star admits he owes a lot of his life to poker.
When asked about business, he said; “If you look at poker as a sport like baseball, I’d be a minor league or high school player. If you look at it like a business then, I’m f****** Bill Gates.”

Balling of life.

Monday, March 24, 2014

Joan Rivers calls Justin Bieber a Douchebag & Kanye wanna-be over this photo

Lol this happened last year but Joan Rivers called Justin out yesterday,calling him a douche-bag & a Kanye West wanna-be for having his massive bodyguard stand over him at a basketball game...The people behind (including those old enough to be his dad)now had to stand up to be able to watch the game while he sat like a gangsta..Smh
Imagine you bought seats behind him....?lol
More below