The weekend is finally here and you know I have a lot of updates for you. The Khloe Kardashian Lamar Odom drama continues, Sherri Shepherd tests her Christianity by lying, and Meek Mill loves Drake again.
So you know how Khole Kardashian claims that her ex husband Lamar Odom ambushed her at the gym this week, and how he is saying that he didn’t, well she’s saying “oh yes you did”… kind of.
It’s a classic back and forth of the exes. One person claims a thing happened, the other maintains it didn’t happen like that and the first person reiterates it did. Lamar has been very outspoken about how he believes the media is making him out to be a “scary black man” and swears it’s a race issue in their reporting. He has been vocal about how his ex wife is handling this situation, and feels she is doing him dirty for letting everyone believe that he ambushed her. But it seems the details we are getting about what happened are all coming from “sources.”
As the story goes, he surprised her (after not speaking with her for week reportedly) at a SoulCycle class on Wednesday as she was going in. “Witnesses say he began yelling at her and even tried to touch her. She skipped the class and just went home.
Lamar claims they had been in communication before the incident, Khloe’s sources (what does that even mean again) say they had not been in contact at all before their “meeting.”
It all still remains a mystery at this point and those same sources who are making Lamar out to be a monster say that Khloe is not afraid for her life, just concerned for his.
Awww isn’t that sweet.
Sherri Shepherd May or May not Be Coming Back to ‘The View’
You know at the end of every rainbow is a pot of gold. For Sherri Shepherd, her rainbow is finally being done with the storm of a divorce and maternity suit she was battling and her pot of gold- returning to The View?
Well she may be returning to the day time talk show and rumors swirled about her coming back a few months ago, but according to her it is not a done deal yet.
“I read that I was coming back, but as with all of the stuff at ‘The View,’ you never know. Nothing is true until I actually see myself on the air, at the table.”
I guess she knows better than anyone how it all works as she was a part of the show for a while. It’s all very interesting as to why they would even bring her back though. Obviously The View is going through some changes and has yet to find the success and flow it once had with its pioneer hosts.
As for Sherri, she can play “coy” all she wants as an “insider” says,
“She’s an audience favorite. All the producers are eager for her to come back. It’s pretty much a done deal.”
Oh the secrecy. Don’t you just love Hollywood?
What a bigger man Meek Mill is being right? He knows how to start a beef and as of this this week, he knows how to end one too.
If you don’t know what I’m talking about, where the hell have you been this past month? Meek Mill’s Twitter beef with Drake (he called him out for not writing his own rhymes) was of major proportions thanks to social media. We got three diss tracks all in all (two from Drake, one from Meek) and the Philly rapper was pretty much the laughing stock of the rap world.
Well, he posted to his Instagram account to give a final say of sorts about the whole beef with the Canadian rapper and his girl Nicki Minaji label mate.
“We really only focusing on making it out that’s the only war we are fighting. I’m not entertaining no rap/real beef over Drake s/o a rapper! I can’t fall for the oldest trick in the book and I never shoulda entertained it bcuz it won’t bring me no money or success…”
He goes on further to say how social media is like “walking ya self into a prison and that ain’t my lifestyle and don’t really make sense to me.” Good for him for finally coming to his senses. It sounds like someone wise that he really trusts broke it down for him and he has seen the light.
You know how social media goes. It has become the newest form of peer pressure and for a split second he gave in but now, he’s back to doing what he does best- making that raw, hip hop Philly music.