Tyler Perry says he has a stalker…and I think I know who it is!
“I’m trying to be careful how I say this without inciting this person, but I have a stalker,” he begins. “This person sends several hundred emails a day to my office and has planned our wedding and bought rings and such. She has showed up at my house several times. What’s crazy is I’ve never met this woman nor have I even responded to her emails. I’ve had to increase the guards at my house as well as travel with body guards and I hate that. I hate to have big guys following me around.” (Source)
Now…who would stalk a 6’5 black man…besides a 6’5 woman? I’m just sayin… 🙂
Trina…I’m sorry boo, but you are not the Baddest! What’s BAD is when your sex tape sells for millions 50 years after your death. Now that’s a Bad B! Actress Marilyn Monroe‘s sex tape has been sold to a collector for $1.5 Million dollars. The millions were paid for 15 Minutes of black & white footage that was shot in the 1950’s! Monroe is said to be performing oral sex on an unidentified man. The footage was confiscated by the FBI, but an informant made a copy of it. FBI director J. Edgar Hoover tried to prove the man in the film was John F. Kennedy or Robert F. Kennedy but was unsuccessful.
Unlike R. Kelly, Ray-J, Kim Kardashian and Paris this is one sex tape that will never be seen. The buyer says that out of respect for the actress, he is keeping the tape under lock & key and is “not going to make a ‘Paris Hilton’ out of her“. (Source)
Kanye West let out his feelings about life, love and the passing of his mother on his blog the other day. He says…
I don’t do anything I don’t love anymore… I loved the flashing lights vid so it didn’t matter 2 me if someone one else didn’t. While people chase money I pursue happiness. So many people talk about there investments or how much money they have but there’s so many rich people who spend a lot of that trying 2 buy a piece of happiness. If there’s anything my mom taught me is to enjoy life. I just recorded my first verse in the last 6 months 2 days ago at Bape’s Studio in Japan. It felt good and I was inspired. I absolutely lost my mind (in a good way) on the new Glow in the Dark tour. The constant hours of creating helped me 2 keep from loosing my mind in a bad way. Chris Milk told me tragedy can produce great art and this is definitely true. I am a total mad man now, up till 3 am every night, trying 2 fight pain, board-um, and uncertainty with creativity. All that said, life is good….. good as finding the perfect fabric for a simple one button casual blazer with matching pants. (Source)
TMZ is reporting that the body of deceased singer Sean Levert is still in the custody of the Cuyahoga County Coroner
According to the Coroner, the body remains a “guest” at the Coroner’s office while Levert’s wife tries to decide whether to hold a private or public service. The 39-year-old died late Sunday after being restrained in a Cleveland jail.
R&B singer Sean LeVert was pronounced dead after midnight last night. Sean, 39, was the younger brother of Gerald LeVert and was a member of the band “LeVert.”
LeVert, who was being held in jail for allegedly failing to pay about $80,000 in child support was found unresponsive. Preliminary reports speculate that he may have had an anxiety attack while in custody.
More information is forthcoming, but I would like to send my sincere wishes to the LeVert family here in Atlanta. (Source)
Chase Tatum was found dead 6 days ago of an accidental drug overdose. Tatum, pictured above in a promo pic from the film Who’s Your Caddy along with Faizon Love, Big Boi and Finesse Mitchell, formerly worked as a road manager and personal assistant for OutKast. Tatum was also well known as a professional wrestler, which apparently is where he developed the back problems which lead to his addiction to pain-killers. Tatum was 34.
Chase Tatum had been recovering from back surgery to repair a degenerative disc. His father said the former wrestler had been fighting a dependence to painkillers for years but had been planning to enter a rehabilitation center.
“He was in the process of getting his life back together,” Roy Tatum said Monday. “He was confident he was going to turn things around, to live a normal life again without those painkillers.” (Source)