Friday, January 30, 2009

HOT SONG POST- Jazmine Sullivan - Lions, Tigers & Bears - 1/20/2009 - Inauguration Ball

I LOVE HER VOICE. THIS SONG IS SOOOOO HOT!!!!!!! SHE'S JUST KINDA BORING ON STAGE. MAYBE WITH TIME THEY CAN HOOK THAT UP? THE SECOND SONG? UM... I'M NOT REALLY FEELING.

RiHOnna At It Again, ALSO THE B1TCH PEPSI SMASH "PERFORMANCE?"

rotf rotf rotf rotf one of RihTard's fans sent me this on YouTube rotf rotf rotf rotf

Um can you say... b1tch please! IT'S TOO LATE FOR THIS PUBLIC LETTER THAT'S ALLEGEDLY PRIVATE rotf rotf DEF JAM SO SILLY laughpoint I LOVE HOW THEY OUTLINED EVERYTHING THAT WAS SO FUKKED UP ABOUT THE "SHOW" EXCEPT HER ACTUAL "PERFORMANCE"

YES! I BELIEVE YOU dry TELL ME MORE

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Dear Rihanna,

First, let me say what an honor and privilege it was for you to join us and Feeding America for our event celebrating the inauguration of President Barack Obama.

Your participation in this event helped raise amazing awareness and significant financial support for the nations food banks represented by Feeding America and highlighted the critical issue of hunger relief for Washingtons leading policymakers.

We share your disappointment, and wish to apologize for the fact, that exceptional weather conditions created a production issue that prevented you and your band from finishing your set. The songs you did perform, however, utterly mesmerized everyone in attendance!

We have learned that the fault lay with the rapid fall in temperature outside, which affected the fuel in one of the power generators utilized by the production company we retained (a company that has provided high-quality service to us many times in the past for numerous high-profile events). We are grateful for the great professionalism you demonstrated in the face of these technological issues.

Again, our apologies for the technical difficulties that did not allow for the full set you wanted to perform and all wanted to hear. Thank you for taking the time to help us commemorate such a historic occasion and draw attention to a great cause.

With respect and admiration,

Joel Flatow
Senior Vice President, Artist and Industry Relations
Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA)
Los Angeles, California


If it was the generator how in the hell did the DJ KEEP playing music?? Is DJ equipment battery powered now?

THIS IS WHY YOU WILL NEVER SEE YO PUBLICITY BOYFRIEND WITH A CHILD IN A RIWHORE SHIRT. NEVER.

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WELL THEN.... WHAT'S THE EXCUSE FOR THIS "PERFORMANCE"???


THIS B1TCH SUCKS!!!

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Beyonce Serenades President Obama & The First Lady - At Last

audio from the crowd



eye contact...

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THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING GOING ON!!! YOU SEE THOSE WIDE TOOTHY SMILES??? THAT'S STRICTLY ADMIRATION ON
ALL THEIR PARTS! IDIOTS!!!!!

Monday, January 26, 2009

Everyone Can't Wear Leotards

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WHY IS SHE MOLESTING THE MIC STAND?

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thanks b :-D

SOLO'S I DECIDED VIDEO
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THIS HERPES HAVING B1TCH KEEPS GOING & GOING & GOING. DO YOU KNOW WHY? BECAUSE HER SIMPLE @SS FANS ALLOW HER TO. NEVER A WORD ABOUT HOW SHE "BORROWS" EVERYONE'S IDEAS/STYLE/LOOKS/HAIR/WIGS/TOUPEE'S WTF EVER!

MUTHAFUKK ALL YOU CLOWNS!

I AM... SASHA FIERCE DOUBLE PLATINUM IN THE US AFTER 9 WEEKS & NUMBER ONE ALBUM WORLD WIDE

WORLD WIDE SELLS

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US SELLS

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I'VE FALLEN IN LOVE WITH KANYE... LIKE OMG :-0

OMG!!!! THE COCKINESS!?! ARE YOU KIDDING MEEE?!?! I LUVVVVVV IT!!! THIS IS THE TYPE OF $H1T I WISH BEYONCE WOULD DO... BUT I KNOW SHE WON'T BECAUSE SHE'S TOO HUMBLE. GOD BLESS HER :-)

OK I W
ANT YOU TO WATCH THIS. THEN WATCH IT AGAIN. DID YOU HEAR HIM? FOR REAL YE??? OK! NOW WATCH IT AGAIN! LOLOLOL HOW COULD YOU NOT LOVE HIM??? LIKE FOR REAL FOR REAL :-D


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Friday, January 23, 2009

BEYONCE'S TRUE PERSONALITY Part 1

Did You Know...

At last, Beyonce's song fits the mood

Like nearly every other piece of President Barack Obama's inauguration, picking Beyoncé to sing "At Last" during the first couple's first dance was part logistics, part symbolism - reinforcing many of the day's themes.

The song itself is 67 years old, first released on the soundtrack to the Glenn Miller movie "Orchestra Wives" in 1942, though most believe the definitive version belongs to Etta James, who turned it into a hit in 1961. Beyoncé covered it last year for "Cadillac Records," the movie where she portrayed James.

Choosing her to sing it, instead of James, plays into Obama's ongoing theme of giving young people the reins, but making sure they know their history and excel at what they do. It goes hand in hand with Michelle Obama choosing a gown from 26-year-old designer Jason Wu, whom many say updates the work of Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrera. Or, you know, having a head speechwriter - Jon Favreau - who is 27.

For her part, the normally unflappable Beyoncé had to fight to keep it together, holding back the tears as the enormousness of the moment - not to mention watching the Obamas dance in front of her - started to get to her. "I was thinking [about] all of the sacrifices Obama and his wife and his children have made, and at last he's here," she told ABC News afterward, adding that she was embarrassed by her emotions. "It's probably the most important day of my life, and I'm so grateful."

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

RIAA/Feeding America Ball at Ibiza

Oh look! Someone is in need of a pimp? Wrong occasion girl. Wrong occasion. Tiddys out. Pale pink hooker lipstick. Pounds of theatrical makeup. Quite the statement RihTard.

Glad the HERPES sores
are gone & just a HERPES mark remain. I suppose that's why she's smiling but there's no smile. What's wrong girl? You finally realized "your builders/pimps" have NO INFLUENCE over this crowd? Did you really start to believe your own HYPE? Bubble burst did it?


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Oh it's ONLY pictures. Hmmm... wonder why there's no PERFORMANCE videos on the net? Everybody else have TONS of them.
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(Not) Live Last Night: Rihanna


Leave it to the always-bumbling Recording Industry Association of America to mess things up. To quote the internets, last night's RIAA/Feeding America Ball at Ibiza can be described thusly: EPIC FAIL.

It shouldn't have been that way. With the official balls requiring a certain amount of pomp and circumstance, the unofficial RIAA bash could have been the perfect antidote. I talked to a few people over the weekend who had been at the Association's Kanye West-headlined party at the Democratic Convention over the summer and they all said it was fantastic. So why would this party, featuring a performance by 20-year-old superstar-of-the-moment Rihanna, be any different? Don't know. Just was.

It didn't help that it took place at Ibiza, which is not centrally located compared to the rest of the party spots. It's not centrally located to anything, really. Once there, it was a whole lot of waiting in the bitter cold to get into a club that was crowded, but certainly not at capacity. Maybe it wasn't as bad as the line at the Youth Ball, but there were lots of cold, frustrated, well-dressed people lining 1st Avenue NE. The complimentary hot chocolate and Bailey's when we finally got in was a nice touch, I'll give credit for that.

Once inside the club's main room, it was like a time warp back to 2005. "Where my ladies at?!" the DJ yelled. A few screams went up, I prepared myself for "Single Ladies" and then ... Gwen Stefani's "Hollaback Girl"? Huh? That was quickly followed by Kelis's "Milkshake" and Justin Timberlake's "SexyBack." The RIAA, always relevant.

Soon, some industry types came out and awkwardly mentioned the celebs in the building. "T.I. is in the house!" Imagine your nerdy uncle saying that, that's how it sounded. Apparently Jay-Z, Beyonce, Shakira were there, too, but were sequestered in one of the club's VIP rooms, of course. Mayor Fenty was out in public and got himself a nice balcony spot for Rihanna's performance. Err, "performance." We'll get there in a second.

The celebrity hosts for the evening were Courtney Cox Arquette and her husband, former WCW champion David Arquette, who are spokespeople for Feeding America, the charity that the event was benefiting. Cox introduced a video; Arquette held index cards very close to his face and read them verbatim except when he went off-script and said that President Obama's election was "a lot of guilt off our shoulders" for white people. Uh, good one?

Then it was time for Rihanna. Just as quickly it was time to leave. The Barbados native was her usual intimidatingly beautiful self in a sparkling silver dress and some equally flashy hoop earrings. She and a four-piece band and pair of backup singers fumbled their way through "Disturbia" -- it sure seemed like there was a lot of lip-synching and a recorded track. Then there was a five-minute break. Then, an equally awkward version of "Rehab" and half a cover of M.I.A.'s "Paper Planes." Then another stage exit. And no return. "We are experiencing power problems and are unable to continue. Rihanna would like to apologize." What's stopping her?

Fifteen minutes later , some crew members started breaking down the equipment on stage, the DJ fired up some tunes from when people still actually bought albums, and I left.

Thanks for a great evening, RIAA.



Ohhhhhh! Th
at's why.

But I suppose they're hating
as well... eh?