put him in his place:Tyson Calls A Canadian Reporter A Piece Of Sh*t On Live TV For Calling Him A Convicted Rapist!!
A lot people try to clown mike, but at least he not scared to stand up for himself. The media is the fucking devil. They’re Always trying to bring down people.
Dude just got his balls cut off and handed back to him.
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Pics: Hundreds of fans storm Australian airport to catch a glimpse of Kim & Kanye.
When fans heard, through social media, that Kim and Kanye will be flying commercial and will be passing through the airport, they stormed Adelaide airport to catch a glimpse of the couple. Of course, Kim and Kanye were escorted through the airport by bodyguards and several members of the Australia Federal Police. And according to reports, Kim was especially nice to the fans who came out to see them. Some school children even left school to go to the airport. See more pics after the cut.They Rock!!!
Bow down haters!! Even school children !! Awwwwwhhh love me some kimye
It’s never a dull moment with James Franco. The actor and pop-culture provocateur showed up to the Venice Film Festival this week sporting a very unusual tattoo — a large image of Montgomery Clift and Elizabeth Taylor — drawn on the back of his newly shaved head. So, what’s Franco up to this time? As you may have guessed, the (temporary) tattoo is related to one of Franco’s artistic endeavors. The character has a head tattoo just like the one seen on Franco: an ear-to-ear portrait of Taylor and Clift, described in the book as “ the two most beautiful people in the history of the movies, she the female version of him, and he the male version of her.” This iconic image comes from the 1951 melodrama A Place in the Sun, in which Clift plays a striving factory worker, and Taylor a wealthy society girl, caught up in a relationship doomed from the start. In the film’s most famous scene (see below), the two stars breathlessly confess their love for one another outside an elegant party, in extreme close-up. Franco purchased the film rights to Zeroville in 2011, at which time he was reportedly planning to direct (but not star in) the movie.