No stranger to controversy herself, our favorite lesbian gym teacher Rosie O’Donnell made several comments on her Sirius XM show Rosie Radio on Monday before following up with a series of tweets in defense of Rabid Beaver’s recent cunty meltdown at the ‘Good Morning America’ studios, insisting: “He’s a victim too.”
Tell that to the poor defenseless window he attacked!
Our awesome (and most of all unbiased to the all of our shade) friends over at The Chris Brown Blog sent over a couple flicks of the enchanted forest’s most prized possession participating in the 10th Annual Jack in the Box Celebrity Shootout yesterday in Phoenix, Arizona. Not only did Rabid Beaver’s team take home the W, but he was also named the game MVP.
In somber times as the present it’s nice to know that Rich of FourFour, who has been the Nettie to my Celie since 2005, can still make me smile with my heart.
I’m a little late to this one, but I’d be remiss if I didn’t touch on my favorite person on TV this week, soul singer Millie Jackson. Her life story took up an hour of TV One’s Unsung (basically my favorite show on TV now – did you see last week’s Full Force episode?!?). And what a story it was! She got her break by shit-talking some woman that was onstage at a concert she attended. She described her marriage to a bass player like this: “He was a decent cat, but he thought we were going to be Ike and Tina, and the record company didn’t sign Ike, it only signed Tina.” She gave Roxanne Shanté these words of advice: “You’ll be successful a lot longer for the nasty things that come out of your mouth than the nasty things you put in it.” She made fun of her own music, lamented her inability to pawn gold records and showed that at age 67, she’s still quite flexible (you can see that in the video above).
Never mind Carl Pimp Hand Lewis and his heavy on the salt, light on the pepper fever. Put that in your pipe and smoke it, Just For Men!
The Rabid Beaver From Tappahannock to a brief intermission from his den to perform the National Anthem on Saturday at the 1st Annual Eunice Kennedy Shriver Challenge in Washington, D.C.
More than 700 athletes, with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities, gathered on the National Mall to run, walk or bike in support of the foundation’s inaugural event to raises money to support the Special Olympics and Best Buddies International.
The first flick would have made for a lovely Facebook wall post detailing a fun filled evening of partying with the toast of the enchanted forest (I’m trying to give these broads the benefit of the doubt) but will now instead live on in Operation Fathers Hug Your Daughters infamy. Hindsight is always 50-50.
Before heading to the Big Peach to participate in the fun at Luda Day Weekend the enchanted forest’s number one draft pick (He sings! He dances! He has an upper jab out of this universe!) chucked his deuces up after hosting the 400 Club at LUX in Miami.