Keyshia Knight-Pulliam was spotted partying poolside with Dallas Austin at the W Hotel last weekend during BMI’s Escape Summer Pool Party. Although it appears no one got wet, there was lots of fun, food and liquor… as well as the view from the 16th floor of the swanky hotel.
The Goodie Mob’s Cee-Lo Green released his awesomely catchy “F*ck You,” where he’s devoted an entire song to the phase.
The song deals with the eternal theme of saying “F*ck You!” to an ex’s new lover and Cee-Lo gives it to ’em like only he can… singing “F*ck You in his signature tone. “Fuck You” is from Cee-Lo’s upcoming solo album “The Ladykiller”, which is set to release this year.
The addictive song has even gotten an amazing three million views on YouTube within one week!
Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson also jumped on the hilarious track with a response. He even did a comparable video! In Fiddy’s remix, he takes on the role of the rich guy who stole Cee-Lo’s lady with his flashy red Ferrari. It’s just one quick verse tacked on to the original song, but it’s pretty funny.
Check out the video PLUS download the “remix” version of Cee-lo’s “Fuck You” feat. 50 Cent: Continue Reading…
Michael Vick has reportedly canceled the 2nd season of his BET reality show, “The Michael Vick Project.” Vick says he would rather concentrate on his game on the field rather then having cameras in his face 24/7.
“I put a stop to that. They asked me to do it. I don’t have that lifestyle.”
When asked about Vick’s comments, BET says Vick didn’t cancel the show….and neither did the network. “The Michael Vick Project” canceled itself.
Mike says he’s not doing a 2nd season, but BET says that the reality show was only intended to last one season. The premiere episode (which you can watch HERE) did exceptionally well — capturing the attention of 1.8 million viewers, but the show ended with only about 800,000 viewers tuning in.
I think it’s a good thing that Vick got a chance to say his peace on camera to the world, but he can only be beat up on for so long. One season was more than enough for him to get his point across.