RIHANNA DUMPS BAD BOY CHRIS BROWN ON TWITTER, KANYE CROONS ABOUT MARRYING KIM, AND JOHN TRAVOLTA DECLARES WAR ON HIS MASSEUR ACCUSERS. Let’s explore stars trysts’ and turns with love celebrity style.
Just days after sending birthday wishes to her abuser over Twitter, Rihanna unfollowed Chris Brown on Twitter after he released a mix of Kanye’s Way Too Cold with lyrics presumably aimed at her.
“Don’t f*ck with my old bitches, like a bad fur
Every industry nigga done had her.
Shook the tree like a pumpkin just to smash her
Bitch is breaking codes, but I’m the password.”
RiRi stopped following Brown on Twitter just hours later and then Brown followed suit and then tweeted, “Assumptions! I didn’t say any names so if u took offense to it then its something you feel guilty about.” RiRi has been linked romantically to Drake, Justin Timberlake, Josh Hartnett, and most recently Ashton Kutcher. TMZ reached out to reps of both hip hop stars and so far, no comment. Poor Ri seems to have bad luck with the boys; but she’ll have to take better care of herself before her luck will change.
Kanye West is waxing romantic again about his latest obsession, Kim Kardashian. Us Weekly reports that the hip hop star sings on an upcoming track by Pusha T., “I saw you in the club in a white dress, Now I want to put in a white dress.”
On an upcoming track by hip-hop artist Pusha T, West, 34, raps, “I saw you in the club in a white dress/Now I want to put you in a white dress.” A source tells Us, “Kim and Kanye are 100 percent having conversations about marriage.” This is the second time that Ye rapped about his infatuation with the reality star. In Way Too Cold previously known as Theraflu, West confessed his love for Kimmie: And I’ll admit, I fell in love with Kim, ‘Round the same time she had fell in love with him..
It’s hard to imagine how these two attention-loving celebrities could last longer than an iPhone battery, but until then they’ll continue to mix celebrity alchemy.
John Travolta is one celebrity who would like less of the spotlight this week as two masseurs claim he sexually battered them while they tried to ply their craft on him. Both alleged assaults occurred in January of this year — one in Hollywood, the second in Atlanta. Travolta’s attorney Marty Singer has dismissed the titillating lawsuits as absurd and ridiculous and threatens to countersue the complainants in court. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Times wonders how the allegations will impact Travolta’s upcoming movies, including Oliver Stone’s Savages, out in six weeks: “The complaints’ depiction of Travolta — mainly as a man petulant and naked — doesn’t exactly square with the smooth-talking federal agent he asks moviegoers to buy in the film.”
All we can do is wait and wonder.