Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Bad Beyoncé! BAD!


Note: ugly badly-dressed crazy maniac nearer to Beyoncé than you.

Via Big Hollywood, a link to some virtual gossip rag:
On Sunday, Mediaite reported that singer Beyoncé Knowles had given a private New Year’s Eve performance for an exclusive crowd in St. Barth — and made the case that she had performed and been paid by relatives of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi (variously known as Khadafy, Qaddafi, Quadhafi and more). Atlanta-based blogger Necole Bitchie reported a $2 million fee; the UK Mirror reported a “six-figure sum” and yesterday Media Takeout made the same claim, repeating the $2 million number and confirming the Gaddafi-hosted party from a guest who was there (hip-hop impresario Russell Simmons also placed Beyoncé at a “Khadafy party.” Today Page Six confirms our original report, with one new piece of information: the party was thrown by Moutassim Gaddafi, known as Hannibal, son of the Libyan dictator who less than a week before made headlines for allegedly attacking his wife in a London hotel.
Complaints about Mariah Carey performing the year before at a different Ghaddafi son's event: big whoop. She was married to Tommy fuckin' Mottola and you're surprised she's hanging out with the son of a dictator?

7 comments:

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Media Matters has been kicking some Breitbart hiney, lately.
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Substance McGravitas said...

Saw that one. They're such easy pickin's it's like a scandal people aren't hammering on them all the time. Steve from Blue's Clues is in the BH crosshairs as we write.

mikey said...

It's kind of embarrassing that the most intelligent and effective riposte to any of their 'scandals' is to merely smirk and ask "so what?"

I mean, so WHAT Beyonce played a private concert for Ghadaffi. I mean, last I looked the dood was our ally, fer crissakes, and he's by far not the worst authoritarian in the region, let alone the world...

Another Kiwi said...

Fucking hell those Bug Eyed Hollywood commontators (ITTDGY 2009)have their heads firmly wedged up their arses, do they not? The bile about Steve daring to have an opinion about Our lady of the first quitting is astonishingly vile. Fuck them if they can't take a joke!
P.S. Maybe they shouldn't try restraint of trade with Beyonce.

fish said...

Um, isn't a "six-figure sum" less than a million?

Yes I am that pedantic.

J Neo Marvin said...

Mick Jagger's not looking so good these days.

Anonymous said...

Looks like things are opening up on the labian, er, Libyan, front.