Saturday, February 11, 2006

Who's Over Compensating car is this?

Who's over compensating by driving this Rolls Royce?

Is it Puff Daddy, P Diddy's or Diddy? (He believes you can wear white after Labor Day) Jenna Jamason, who believes you can wear barely nothing in 20F weather. (I know it may come as a shock, but I had no idea who this women was (I thought she was Pamela Anderson's little sister) - Dancing led to nude modeling, and by her 20th birthday Jenna had appeared in dozens of top men's mags, including Penthouse, Hustler, High Society and Cheri. Since 1994, she has appeared in over 90 movies. She remains one of the most popular pornstresses in the industry today. (She seemed to be really nice, and very accomodating to her legions of male fans screaming her name as she walked the Bryant Park "Red Carpet".) Lindsey Lohan makes another appearence. She's on her way to the Child Magazine fashion show which features her little sister and brother (I purposely did not shoot them).

Strutting the runway was 50 Cent's son, Marquise, Lindsay Lohan's little sister, Aliana and and brother Dakota, and Russell & Kimora Simmons 2 girls. I like what had to say about this show. Isn't Child magazine supposed to be about how to raise cherubic children to be perfectly preppy and refined? Why, oh why would you host a fashion show in which childhood almost stars strut their potential to become vapid drug and bulimia induced half-adults? $.50 and bodyguard. This was the day after someone from his posse shot Busta Ryhmes body guard. (Nice people, good role model) Naomi Campbell. Everytime I saw this Biatch this year, she was a stuck up Biatch. Unlike 6 monyhs ago when she was really great (& much hotter) to the fans.

Winter 2006 Fall 2005

AND THE WINNER of the gas guzzling RR is Kimora Simmons. Kimora is 29, a former supermodel, the wife of hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons, and the self-styled First Lady of Hip-Hop. "I feel like Coretta Scott King," she told me, speeding in her Bentley to an event for her husband's Hip-Hop Summit Action Network last fall. Co-hosting the talk show Life & Style, Sony Television's homegirl version of The View. ("I hate it!" she told me. "I thought it would be fun! I'm not used to having a boss. I'm the boss. I don't need the money. I'm filthy fucking rich!") We start talking about how cold it is in New York. "I stay out of the fur conversation," says Kimora. "I wear fur and if somebody throws shit on me I'm gonna whup your ass! I wish somebody would throw shit on me." The Phat Life "The bitches" have been a constant theme in Russell and Kimora's 12-year relationship. "I am not the kind of girl that gets in trouble," Kimora said. "You will never find somebody who can say, 'Well, I don't like that bitch. I came home one day and she was giving my man (this is a PG rated blog).' I'm not that kind of girl. "I'm a girl's girl. I'm a woman's woman. I'm a cool girl. I'm not a bitch. There's a difference. And the girls that try to take him are bitches. And I know every one of them in my mind." "Oooooh," she says, running long fingers over her new Louis Vuitton bag. Kimora gets very intense when handling or discussing handbags or diamonds. Or shoes. "Look." She opens a heavy brown shoe box to show me the shiny brown stilettos she's also buying tonight. "I thought about buying them, but then I didn't, and they kept them for me," she says quickly, reverently stroking a shoe as a smiling French saleswoman looks on. Kimora is said to have the largest collection of Louis Vuitton in the world. We start talking about how cold it is in New York. "I stay out of the fur conversation," says Kimora. "I wear fur and if somebody throws shit on me I'm gonna whup your ass! I wish somebody would throw shit on me." The two men strolling behind us are often with Kimora: BJ Coleman, the publicist for Baby Phat, who's carrying Kimora's four-foot-long Louis Vuitton shopping bag, and Jack McCue, her lawyer and manager, who was carrying her daughter Ming Lee. "Ming Lee want Daddy to buy you a boat?" says McCue, seeing the child's gaze turning toward the yachts anchored along the pier. "She doesn't need Daddy to buy her a boat—Mommy can buy her one," Kimora says, frowning. (Vanity Fair excerpts 2004)

Personally I have heard lots of Diva biatch stories about Kimora, but the 10 times I have seen her in the last few years, I have to say she poses and she signs so I have no problem with her. KIMORA SIMMONS

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