Kim uses pointed Kanye West lyrics to hurt Kris. Is she being immature?
Kim Kardashian may not be a fan of Kris Humphries, but she’s definitely a fan of Kanye West! Kim, 31, tweeted lyrics from Kanye and Jay-Z‘s song “Why I Love You” on Jan. 30, which were clearly targeted at her soon-to-be-ex-husband. “Wasnt I good king?” she tweeted. “Maybe 2 much of a good thing? … I gave u loyalty, made u royalty & royalties!”
Kim’s lyrical tweets began when she noticed Kourtney and Kim Take New York producer Carla DiBello tweeting lines from the song.
So, do you agree that Kim’s tweets were aimed at Kris, or were they just harmless rantings of a massive Kanye fan? (Let’s not forget Kim and Kanye were rumored to have been hooking up in Dec. 2011!)
Amber Rose has revealed that the large tattoo on the left side of her face is not real.
The 28-year-old model made an appearance at a club with boyfriend Wiz Khalifa over the weekend, sporting a tribal tattoo above her left eye similar to that of Mike Tyson.
Although known for doing things outside of the box, Amber shocked fans by the bold move and was inundated with Twitter messages asking if it’s real.
Finally addressing the speculation, Amber wrote: “Ms Dottie (my crazy west african mom) would slap the Cape Verdean outta my ass if I got a tat like that on my face I was just having fun.”
Guess that settles that then! What did you think of Amber’s tribal tattoo?
Madonna announced Monday that she plans to open 10 schools for underprivileged kids in Malawi.
The singer, whose original plans to bring new education centers to the country was scrapped last year after management and financial issues, has partnered with the non-profit group buildOn to finally make her dream a reality.
The project is being spearheaded by her Raising Malawi foundation.
“I am excited that with the help of buildOn, we can maintain our ongoing commitment to move forward efficiently,” Madonna said in a statement.
She added, “We now will be able to serve twice as many children as we would have served with our old approach,” with the goal being 1,000 students a year.
“I have learned a great deal over the last few years and feel confident that we can reach our goals to educate children in Malawi, especially young girls, in a much more practical way,” the pop star explained.
“Constructing smaller schools in partnership with buildOn has restored my faith that we can accomplish what we promised we would,” Madonna added.
The music icon has two adopted children from Malawi – David, 6, and Mercy, 5.