You may have heard that Kanye West went on Ellen Degeneres' TV show and started being Kanye. It's as if someone gave the drunk person trying to have intense conversations at a party their own TED Talk.
We don't believe that you're really sorry for the realness, Kanye. No one does. Enjoy!
Kanye West used to date Amber Rose, who later married and then divorced Wiz Khalifa. Now Kanye is married to Kim Kardashian and Khalifa is married to weed. Khalifa made a tweet about his "KK" pot, Kanye misunderstood and dragged Amber Rose into the conversation because who knows why? Amber Rose responded and gave us the best hashtag of 2016 yet: #FingersInTheBootyAssBitch. There was also much talk about pants, are you ready for your memes yet? Good.
Phuc Dat is having one Bich of a day.
A Facebook post by a man named Phuc Dat Bich (pronounced "Phoo Da Bic") is picking up steam. He says his Facebook page has been shut down several times by Facebook because the social media site thinks he has a fake name.
And because it sounds like, well, you know—some curse words.
The post was created back in January, but it's getting more recent attention since an Australian newspaper got wind of it.
Long story short, his name is Phuc Dat Bich.
Look Lindsay Lohan, we all know that Sept. 11 is a tough time for many people and that coherent thoughts about the tragedy still evade people even 14 years after the event. But keep it together.
Poor, poor Lindsay decided it would be a great idea to post a picture of herself and a message about Sept. 11(?) last night. But what she actually did was provide a very long, very confusing, very insane-sounding caption about god knows what that ends with "#UnitedNations".
Here's the caption:
they always come back. I love you NYC 💋they always come back. I love you NYC 💋 #godblesstheworld #michaeljackson #rip miss you as my real only private friend. For you: god, for all hurts and wrongs, please let me forgive, Allah please let me be forgiven, and all forgive themselves. Please and thank you. (Someone I was with the night before several towers fell, it felt like not a curse, but more like a spell.. What we think in America is not always clear, we don't have @peta commercials / you just kill deer....with this being said, I'm a girl with a reputation mislead... Like a diamond in the rough, you, now, for 25 years have seen me on TV and screen.. So i am programmed 🔺to stand tough. Black or white - in life, rather than love we create a fight of an ideal situation of an unexceptional, yet unacceptable future that @TMZ @Eonline @HarveylevinTMZ & #harveyweinstein ..couldn't and wouldn't even care to describe any thought of the people we forget to help when a franchise film comes out and, If money means more than freedom- than stay in California. If helping others is a passion, talk to angelina jolie... If you want to be a brilliant actress, work wth Meryl Streep ...at the end of the day- republican or democrats --- BE HERE NOW @oprah and live with integrity. Or go to sleep. The most beautiful life comes cheap. Stop fighting and using artists for distractions. It's boring... 🙏 #UnitedNations
Either this is performance art, or someone hilarious hopped on her account, or we should all continue to be very worried about her.
Not sure how something conceivably about Sept. 11 turned so quickly into something about Michael Jackson. Not sure why she asks god to help her forgive, but only Allah to let her be forgiven. Not sure if she's mad at Oprah or using her as an example of something good.
Just really not sure.
He's mad as hell, and he's not gonna take this anymore.
Channel 4's economics editor Paul Mason let's loose in a new video about how tired he is of reporting on all the banking scandals, after a number of banks were recently fined for attempting to manipulate foreign exchange rates.
"I'm actually just sick of that corner. That corner over there, where RBS HQ is. I'm just sick of it – after six years, why do we have to keep coming to do it?" he asked.
He adds that if the banks had the same scrutiny over its traders as they do with journalists and camera crews covering them outside the building, "we might not be in this situation."
Texan officer Rob Douglas is currently on paid leave as his department investigates the incident. Political opinions aside, a gentle reminder that Facebook is STILL a terrible place for public figures to mouth off. That's what anonymous Youtube comments sections are for, duh.