According to E! Online, Diddy made this proclamation, and that has sparked some controversy in the vodka world.
“It is not right what he did,” Georgi vodka brand CEO Martin Silver said during a press conference he held yesterday to address the remark and demand an apology. He went on to accuse the hip-hop impresario of “maligning” his product.
Silver even took it one step further and had a toilet bowl filled with Diddy’s vodka and tried to have it delivered to his New York office.
Anyways, not sure this feud will win Diddy any points in the business, music or vodka world.
It has been a long road of redemption for the rapper but T.I. (real name Clifford Joseph Harris) is out of jail, according to MTV. His incarceration stemmed from a 2007 arrest where he attempted to buy firearms illegally.
The rapper was originally sentenced to 366 days in prison, however in December he was placed at a halfway house. Earlier this month he was allowed to return home to finish the remainder of his sentence.
However T.I. still has some of his debt to repay to society. According to TMZ, his lawyer says that he will be placed under “supervised release” for 23 days. What this means is T.I. must be home by 11 p.m. unless he’s performing, in which case his curfew is extended until 1 a.m.
Additionally Harris must complete 400 hours of community service and remain on probation for three years.
Prince has been humiliated publicly by the Irish Courts. A judge decided to release information about a court battle that the pop singer lost, according to TMZ.
High Court Justice Peter Kelly announced that Prince owes almost $3 Million to concert promoters after he backed out of a 2008 show in Dublin.
The two parties apparently reached a settlement in February but Prince has yet to write a cheque.
On Tuesday the 20-year-old was being quite flirtatious with Glee star Cory Monteith,27, on a group date, which also included her best bud Selena Gomez at Studio City bowling alley. An eyewitness says that her and Monteith had “great chemistry.”
“While everyone in the group seemed to get along great and had fun, Taylor received a lot of attention from Cory,” the source says. “Several times while they chatted, Cory pulled Taylor close to him and gave her a big, loving hug. Taylor seemed to love the attention and was beaming.”
From the time of the long ago past arrives “Krod Mandoon and The Flaming Sword of Fire,” COMEDY CENTRAL’s epic live-action series chronicling the adventures of Krod Mandoon (Sean Maguire) and his hopelessly futile band of warriors as they take on the evil Chancellor Dongalor (Matt Lucas). Released via COMEDY CENTRAL Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment and produced by Media Rights Capital, “Krod Mandoon and The Flaming Sword of Fire” special BBC edition DVD is extended and uncensored and has arrived in stores nationwide.
The “Krod Mandoon and The Flaming Sword of Fire” special BBC edition DVD contains extended and uncensored versions of each episode and includes the following bonus material: cast interviews, behind-the scenes with Kevin Hart (Zezelryck), deleted and extended scenes and outtakes.
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As well all know Jordan is a man’s man. Women and men both love him because he is strong and charming. But Jordan does have a weak side – and How To Train Your Dragon made Jordan cry. Yes a 3D animation brings tears to his eyes. He talked about this emotional roller coaster with the directors of the film.
An iPhone case is a statement of one’s identity. Sleek and shiny cases fit the office type while retro cases fit the computer geek. The Otter Box Defender Series Case is for your blue collared worker.
The defender series encases your phone in a hard plastic case with a clear screen followed by a rubberized case on the outside. The case is ideal for those working in environments where your iPhone is likely to be dropped or scratched as it provides sufficient protection from everyday use.
However, we found the case to be rather bulky, leading to a smaller screen size and making it harder to use email, and play games. Also, you can forget about attaching your iPhone to a stand-alone charger, the protection afforded to your iPhone makes it difficult to use devices that extend your iPhone functionality. In fact, taking your iPhone out of its defender case is akin to opening up a pack of batteries packaged in hard manufactures plastic.
While we wouldn’t necessarily recommend this case for the everyday consumer, it would suit the needs of someone who works in a messy environment or outdoors. Visit Otterbox for more information.
Anyone who’s seen one of his movies knows many of Stiller’s films are comedies featuring slapstick humour (just take a look at the first 10 minutes of “There’s Something About Mary”). There’s no such humour in “Greenberg.” In fact, it’s barely a comedy at all compared to Stiller’s previous projects.
The film tells the story of Roger Greenberg (played by Stiller), a 40-something musician-turned-carpenter who’s recovering from a serious breakdown. Roger has a talent few people possess: writing crafty letters of complaint about minor issues.
Some people go out of their way to do something. Roger goes out of his way to do nothing (or so he claims).
He returns to Los Angeles after spending 15 years in New York to take care of his brother’s lavish hillside house while he’s on vacation with his family. During his time in L.A., Roger starts working on a dog house for his brother’s pet, contacts some old friends and starts a romance with Florence Marr (Greta Gerwig), his brother’s personal assistant who’s almost 20 years his senior.
Nathaniel Rateliff has the kind of weathered, yet soulful voice seems custom-made for his brand of folk. The Colorado based singer-songwriter is about to release, In Memory of Loss, his debut album for the folks at Rounder Records. Produced by Brian Deck (Califone, Iron & Wine, Modest Mouse), is a stunning, heartbreaking sonic document from a musician who’s made his way from a childhood in Bay, Missouri (pop. 60) to the national stage.
Rateliff grew up of modest means, the son of devout Southern churchgoers. The family sang together throughout his childhood. At age 7 Rateliff learned the drums. As a teenager, he stumbled across a cassette of Led Zeppelin’s IV abandoned in a local barn; he wore the tape out listening to it on headphones, drumming along with “When the Levee Breaks” and “Misty Mountain Hop.”
At eighteen Rateliff relocated to Denver. He scored a job with a trucking company, working on the dock and the yard. The money was good, but Rateliff kept falling asleep at the wheel. “I had a little stint of narcolepsy,” he says. “My limbs were going numb, the color was all weird in ‘em. My thyroid wasn’t working. Weird stuff that shouldn’t be happening when you’re in your 20s, but it was.” After a battery of tests Rateliff decided to take time off from the job. It was a period of rest and recovery, but also one of artistic growth and fresh challenges. Rateliff used the break to learn the piano, much as he had other instruments—by teaching himself. The first song he tackled was Leonard Cohen’s melancholy classic, “Hallelujah.”
Snoop Dogg and Justin Bieber couldn’t be more different, but apparently Snoop Dogg approves of the young teen sensation. Snoop even thinks that he is “cool,” reports MTVnews.com. The pair doesn’t have much reason to like each other since they are going head-to-head on the Billboard charts. The 16-year-old pop sensation’s album “My World 2.0” dropped this week while Snoop’s album “More Malice” is expected to have success as well.
The 38-year-old rapper feels he can relate to Bieber since he was a teenage in the music industry once too, and wishes him only the best.
“I wish him luck and success, hopefully his record will do what it’s supposed to,” said Snoop.