I will admit, this is not a good look for the media, when we have reporters for major, national outlets leaking off the record quotes from our President via Twitter, audio, and now video.
Refreshingly honest and on-point, nonetheless.
You could easily kill 20 minutes on this one. Enjoy.
Here is audio of Mr. President calling West a “jackass” before a CNBC interview – courtesy of TMZ.
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Lil Wayne and the rest of his Young Money crew arrived in Scranton on Sunday, checking in to the Radisson before heading to Toyota Pavilion at Montage Mountain for a rehearsal. Earlier in the day, my friend Brenda shot the following footage. Apparently Lil Wayne owns an automatic bb gun, and was firing it (or atleast attempting to) at Mack Maine. Drake and a few other bystanders watched as Weezy and his crew wrestled each other over the gun.
Wayne eventually emerged victorious, quickly dashing in to the elevator to escape his crew.
As if I need another reason to love these people… The Ting Tings global site features the 97 BHT video of the group performing an acoustic version of “That’s Not My Name.”
My new guilty pleasure? The Justin Timberlake-produced reality game show “The Phone” on MTV. I’ve watched it the past two Sunday evenings, and although I’m usually not a fan of MTV “reality” shows – the various dynamics of this program intrigue me. Of course, the fast-paced nature of the show lends to the excitement, but I also think the team work/trust aspect of the show adds to it – along with the final challenge for the eventual winner – keep the $50,000, or split it with your teammate?
The Phone at MTV
The show’s trailer:
Attorney Elizabeth Kelley thinks the prosecution of a Britney Spears fan who jumped on stage during an encore at Mohegan Sun in Connecticut is a waste of taxpayers’ money. 20 year-old Kyle King alledgedly drank a little too much and hopped on stage during Britney’s encore, as she performed, “Womanizer.” Kelley explains that King could face jail time – but that his non-violent act does not warrent the use of resources such as a judge or public defender.
Video of the incident is below, about half-way through the video. Spears is clearly startled by her impromptu face-to-face confrontation with the fan.