On Friday, May 31, I appeared on Arise Entertainment 360 alongside Fred Mwangaguhunga, founder of MediaTakeOut, and hosts Lola Ogunnaike and Shannon LaNier to dish on the weekly entertainment wrap up.
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Here’s my take on a few of the topics we covered.
On Beyonce's getting her butt slapped by a fan at her show concert in Copenhagen:
Just so we’re clear, the song is not: If you like it then you should have put a hand on it!
On Amanda Bynes: You know it’s bad when you’re rap sheet is longer than your resume.
Her doorman was the one who called the cops when he smelled marijuana in the lobby. Amanda lives on the 37th floor. The lesson: This is what happens when you don’t tip your door man.
On Miguel’s twitter rant: A fan on Twitter accused Miguel of selling his soul. He tweeted:
"Im proud of my heritage but honestly, black people are the most judgmental people in the world,"
What he should have said was: “Yes I’ve sold my soul. Hair gel costs money. This pompadour is not going to stand up by itself.”
On the Jodi Arias Lifetime movie: I’m not surprised Lifetime is doing a Jodi Arias movie. I’m surprised they’re not doing it in 3D. I want to see Jodi Arias the musical Broadway.
On the Miss Universe crown mix up: The Miss Canada Universe gave the crown to the wrong contestant! That’s a helluva phone call to get: “Hey, you know that crown we gave you? We’re gonna need that back.” The ladies were gracious about it but I would’ve been completely immature: “Nuh uh. Mine, mine, all mine! I got dibbs! No take backs!