Antwan “Big Boi” Patton was spotted on the red carpet of the GQ 2008 “Men Of The Year” Party. Big Boi, who was featured in the October 2008 issue of the magazine looked quite tidy as he parlayed in L.A. Check out a few more flix:
Ludacris did an interview lately where he was asked if he’d ever made it on Oprah. Duh! Yeah! We all know about the Oprah Winfrey fall out! Don’t we?? In case you forgot…Ludacris appeared on Oprah way back in 2005 with the cast of CRASH. Luda appeared as a cast member but Ms. Winfrey didn’t like the fact that he cussed and used the word “nigga” in his rhymes. At the time, Oprah had a policy of not promoting rap or rappers on her show, but since then has had both Diddy and Kanye posted up on the couch. Luda explains the issue and states that they’ve made peace, but he has yet to be invited back to the show.
On a lighter note…Luda, Nelly and Snoop tore down the stage at the TRL finale. Check out the performance: Continue Reading…
Antwan “Big Boi” Patton hit up Chelsea Lately recently and discussed his recent stint on NBC’s Law & Order as well as his upcoming CD, Sir Lucious Leftfoot: The Son of Chico Dusty. Big Boi explained the title, saying that “Chico Dusty” was his late father’s nickname, who was an air force pilot in the military. Chelsea flashed her B-cups and dropped her usual flirtatious questions. She is such a hoochie groupie…Fo Sho! Love her…
Seventeen Magazine named Beyonce 2008 Style Star Of The Year and the star attended the unveiling of Dec08/Jan09 cover. In the issue, she talks about her new double-album, I Am…Sasha Fierce, her marriage to Jay-Z, and explains how SHE is her worst competitor:
On finally settling down with Jay-Z: “I was 18 when we first met, 19 when we first started dating. There was no rush — no one expected me to run off and get married. I really don’t believe that you will love the same thing when you’re 20 as you do at 30. So that was my rule: Before the age of 25, I would never get married. I feel like you have to get to know yourself, know what you want, spend some time by yourself, and be proud of who you are before you can share that with someone else.”
On competion from other artists: “I feel like I’m my competition. I don’t try to compete with other people. I just try to better myself. I go and watch everything that I’ve done. I have my YouTube days, when I watch every performance, and I listen to my music, and I watch my videos to figure out what I need to do, what I need to fix, and how to become a better singer. (Source)
I dunno Bey…You may need to check a few other YouTube performances before you rule anyone out: