Bits and Pieces - November 21, 2013
November 21, 2013
Kanye West released his new video that shows him on a motorcycle with a naked Kim Kardashian. It's really a beautiful hog...and they bike is also nice.
JUSTIN BIEBER found himself in an unlikely Twitter feud of sorts with the President of Mexico after he tweeted on Monday, "just met some amazing Mexican Beliebers and the presidente of Mexico and his familia." This was just before performing a concert in Mexico City, but on Monday night Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto's office tweeted a denial, saying he'd never met Justin. Bieber has since backtracked, saying he met the president's family and all their friends and he also deleted the original tweet.
ABC has announced that Juan Pablo Galavis will make his debut on THE BACHELOR on January 6th.
- KINGS OF LEON'S Matthew Followill was asked his opinion of pop music by The Sydney Morning Herald and he called it, "f**king awful" and criticized the over-sexualization in the performances. Jared Followill added: "They make me cringe. I can't watch that stuff. Not even just because they're taking their clothes off, it's the whole thing, the dance moves, it's not good."
America's answer to crack-smoking Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is apparently first-term Florida congressman Trey Radel. It's now reported that the Republican was arrested on October 29th on charges of cocaine possession. The charge carries a maximum sentence of 180 days of imprisonment and/or a fine of $1,000. Radel said, "I struggle with the disease of alcoholism, and this led to an extremely irresponsible choice." Ironically, Radel voted in favor of legislation requiring food stamp recipients to be drug tested and said, "We have a moral obligation to equip the states with the tools they need to discourage the use of illegal drugs."
Steve Nash is reportedly considering a medical retirement this season as he continues to battle chronic back issues. Nash is the oldest player in the league and if he can retire for medical reasons, he'd still get the balance of his $9.3 million annual salary from the Lakers.
Seminole, Florida's 17-year-old Taylor Titus left home without telling his caregivers. When he returned shortly before midnight, 55-year-old caregiver James Wolf grabbed his gun and went to investigate the noises in the house. Wolf noticed a subject near the back door and ordered him to freeze, but the person began to walk toward him and Wolf stood his ground. Titus is recovering from gunshot wounds and Wolf was arrested on charges of being a felon in possession of a firearm. No word on why anyone would hire Wolf to be a caregiver for the boy as he's also is a registered sex offender.
2009: Oprah Winfrey announced she would end her TV talk show after its 25th season in September 2011
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