Soundcheck at the funeral! We need raw acoustics, not those raggedy auto-tune vocals! Your favorite cousin that you never allow into your living quarters (because we all know her and her mama like to steal) decided that she would pay homage to a fallen friend.
And what better song to sing at a funeral than — you’ve guessed it — “Seven Days” by Mary J. Blige from the from ‘Share My World: The Post Crack Years’ album. Well, at least she didn’t sing “No More Drama,” “911″, or “Take Me As I Am.”
“I wanted to kiss you on Saturday, on Sunday we made love.” Go in hussy!
The opening line from Charles Dickinson’s Tales of Two Cities is the perfect description of today’s professional athlete’s mental capacity when it comes to dealing with matters of the heart. It was the best of times, it was the worst of times; it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness.
The following is pure unadulterated foolishness.
Chiefs starting wide receiver Chris Chambers, got married in Las Vegas, NV on July 24, 2010 according to the Clark County, NV Recorders Office. The jaw-dropping part of the story is that he married Stacey Bernice Saunders, a woman with whom he had an affair while he was married and playing for the San Diego Chargers. She is also someone that he filed 11 separate misdemeanor counts of stalking and harassment against in 2009.
The case of a 22 year-old California woman who died this weekend after receiving silicone injections to the buttocks is just the latest tragedy in a string of illegal cosmetic surgeries that are dominating Hispanic and Brazilian communities, experts say.
Mayra Lissette Contreras is thought to have suffered respiratory failure after alleged “silicone sisters” Guadalupe Viveros and Alejandra Viveros injected large amounts of what they said was silicone into the young woman’s buttocks for a fuller shape.
While the sisters claimed to be doctors back in their native country of Mexico, they didn’t have a license to practice medicine in the United States. The injections were done in their home, and they reportedly advertised butt augmentation services in flyers that were handed out in public parking lots.
The duo had already been under investigation by local law enforcement after other victims went to police with complaints of being sickened after receiving silicone injections. They were both arrested on June 21st, but released after posting a $20,000 bail — and have since fled.