WNBA player Glory Jonson seems to be taking a page from Anne Heche’s book when she ended it with Ellen Degeneres, 50 Cent is confused about being ‘outed’ by Vivica A. Fox and Donald Trump rants gets some Republican blowback.
Glory Johnson Was Never a Lesbian, Talks about Brittney Griner Relationship
So here is something rich: WNBA player Glory Johnson just dropped the bombshell that she was never a lesbian. In an interview with Cosmopolitan magazine for the December issues, the new mom says that Griner pursued her relentlessly, and she eventually gave in to her advances. She says that she never entertained flirting from women, but when Johnson put her arm around her during a Cirque Du Soleil show, she went with it.
“I wasn’t thinking about her being a female. She was just somebody who was showing me a really, really good time… It was really awkward because what do you do when you’ve never been in a situation with a female before?”
She goes on to say a lot about what happened in Vegas when they first “hooked up” and says that she looked at it more like “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas.” From the way Johnson describes it, it was a whirlwind relationship that happened so quickly, making them a couple by the summer of 2014.
“Not a lot of people understand it. They wanted me to be a lesbian who converted from being straight… it just doesn’t work for me like that.” She maintains, though, that regardless of her much-hyped relationship, she remains straight.”
With this knowledge, it makes sense that she and Brittney divorced after only 28 days of marriage. Do better Glory Johnson.
50 Cent Has No Idea Why His Ex Vivica A. Fox Made Her Comments
If you ask 50 Cent why Vivica A. Fox tried to out him, he will tell you he doesn’t know. They apparently have an ongoing feud that spilled over onto TV and social media when Vivica appeared on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live (WWHL) episode that aired after the season eight premiere of the Real Housewives of Atlanta. According to an exclusive interview 50 did with US Weekly on Thursday, he just doesn’t get it.
“I thought it was crazy…That statement was like out of nowhere. I don’t know; it feels like desperation. It feels like she is searching for attention at that point because I haven’t dealt with her in 10 years…”
I have to agree with him here. First of all, did I miss the reason that Vivica being on WWHL makes sense? People want to say that she insinuated that 50 is gay. Well, it was a damn strong insinuation, and it was all kinds of messy. Vivica, you are in your 50’s boo, why are you still stressing over him?
It all sounds like bitterness to me as she said a couple of years ago that the rapper was the love of her life.
As for the comment social media accused him of making about Empire having too much “gay stuff” he is glad that Andy Cohen cleared it up on the show.
“I reposted [the Empire comment]… I’m glad it happened [on WWHL] because I’ve been there and I’m actually a fan of the show. So when Cohen did make the statement, he said immediately while on air, ‘Oh now we got the facts about it.’”
I am sure that there is a lot he’s not saying but at least he kind of cleared this up. Not that he really need too I guess, I mean it is 50 cent.
Trump is at it Again and this Time, He May Not Recover
Okay, so this man continues to be out of control. The most recent atrocity that has come out of his mouth is comparing fellow presidential hopeful Ben Carson’s train of thought to that of a pedophile. Yes, he went there. He called him “incurably pathological like a child molester.”
“If you’re a child molester, a sick puppy, there’s no cure for that. … Pathological, there’s no cure. Now he said he was pathological, OK,” the billionaire businessman said to the crowd. “He said he went after his mother with a hammer. He wanted to hit her on the head. … And I said, ‘Wow, that’s tough.’ Man, did anyone in this audience ever go after your mother to hit her on the head with a hammer?”
Trump also referenced Carson’s claim in his book “Gifted Hands” that he tried to stab a friend, but the blade broke when it hit his belt buckle. Carson revealed these troubling moments from his past long before he announced a campaign for president. The violent outbursts in Detroit became central to his inspirational rags-to-riches story.
His comments were seen as a part of what The Washington Post calls a “cringeworthy meltdown” and shows that Trump doesn’t like it when he doesn’t get his way.
According to Trump, though, they demonstrate that Carson is either a pathological liar or a vicious criminal beyond rehabilitation (despite a lifetime of professional and personal accomplishments suggesting otherwise).
“He goes into the bathroom for a couple of hours, and he comes out, and now he’s religious, and the people of Iowa believe him. Give me a break… It doesn’t happen that way… Don’t be fools… What the hell have we come to?”
Trump, a lot of people, are asking that same question about your presidential campaign. This is a clear indication of how Trump will handle things that he doesn’t; like if elected president. He doesn’t have the temperament; Throwing a temper tantrum because Carson is leading in Iowa now? Come on Mr. Trump.
According to a recent article in The Washington Post, “He very well might not show such staying power, and he may fade away.”
For the record, I’m okay with that.