Rihanna and Drake allegedly went to a strip club in Houston and you won’t believe how much money they spent. Oh, they made it rain. They made it pour with thunder and lightening and all kinds of shit. They needed to bring umbrella(ellas ellas ellas).
$17,000. That’s what reports are saying. Rihanna and Drake spent $17,000 at a strip club.
Here’s the report from E! News, via Daily News:
The former rumored couple hung out a V Live Gentlemen’s Club in Houston, Texas Wednesday into the wee hours of the night, E! News reported.
After Rihanna, 25, showed up at Drake’s concert at the Toyota Center the “We Found Love “singer and the 26-year-old rapper allegedly got cozy later at the club and together spent more than $17,000.
The “Take Care” pair “sat very close to each other and were even dressed alike,” Jhonni Blaze, an employee who danced for them told E!
November 15, 2013 at 3:30 pm by Catherine St. Ives
Poor Drake. He’s a nice guy who’s in touch with his feelings, and all you jerks want to keep calling him “emotional” and he hates it. It really, seriously bothers him! So what if he sings about trying to break his ex-girlfriend’s new relationship up because he can’t stand her with someone else even though he doesn’t want to be with her. So what if he is constantly reflecting on the “haters” and missed opportunities in his life. That’s just Drake, man! That doesn’t mean he’s an emotional wreck!
From CBC Radio:
“I’m so sick of people saying that I’m like lonely and emotional, and associating me with this like longing for a woman.
“I hate that, it bothers me so much… ’cause I do make music that makes you feel something, but I’m actually not that guy in real life, I’m happy… I’m very excited, my life is constantly exciting it’s not some sad depressing story.”
“As far as the soundscapes go, that’s just the music that I chose to make, I make music strictly for the purpose of driving at nighttime.”
Well, that’s cleared that up. I mean, look – Drake has admitted that he’s emotional before and doesn’t care about it, so why the change of heart. He’s never going to be ‘Started From the Bottom’ guy on every single song because that’s just not him, and that’s why he’s who he is as an artist and why he has the fanbase that he does, etc. Come on, man. Dry those tears.
October 19, 2013 at 2:30 pm by Jennifer
Drake and Chris Brown hate each other. They’re like oil and water – they do not mix under any circumstances, and it’s all Rihanna’s fault (isn’t it always?). Well, apparently they’ve decided to let bygones be bygones and are now getting all pally at the club or something after Def Jam boss Abou Thiam brought them together. Things got so friendly, that they were apparently “hugging and drinking” together? I mean, I dunno.
From The New York Post:
The musicians — who got into an epic fracas at Soho nightclub W.I.P. in 2012 — hugged it out at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas over the weekend. Sources tell us Drake and his crew came to the music fest on Friday specifically to watch Brown’s performance.
“Drake came on Friday with his whole crew, and watched Chris’ entire set,” we’re told.
After Brown came off stage, a spy told us: “They were backstage hugging and drinking.” We’re told the reunion went so well, the two even talked about creating some tracks together.
Sources tell us the mediator of the reunion was Def Jam music exec Abou Thiam — who’s one of Brown’s managers and a brother of rapper Akon. We’re told Thiam is “very friendly with Drake, and worked to try and get him and Chris together to put their differences aside.”
I guess that would be nice or whatever, if it weren’t for the fact that I would think any decent human being would have “differences” with Chris Brown since he’s a homophobic, misogynistic woman beater. That’s not really a hatchet that can be buried, in my book. Of course, this could be total bullshit – after all, Drake has a verse in one of his songs on the new album (I’m embarrassingly in love with it) about how he’s not concerned when he sees him in the club because he can’t match Drake’s own energy and isn’t who he pretends to be. Doesn’t sound like friendship material to me, but I suppose stranger things have happened.
I just want better for Drake and his sensitive spirit. Stay away from Chris Brown!
September 26, 2013 at 10:30 am by Jennifer
Katy Perry seems like someone I would love to be friends with – she’s funny, down-to-earth and knows how to have a good time. She also has pretty good taste in music (and in her own!). To that end, she admitted during a DJ stint on iTunes radio earlier this week (which I didn’t even know was a thing or I probably would have listened) that she likes to “make out” to Drake songs, particularly ‘Hold On, We’re Going Home’. Great pick – LOVE that song and frankly, as embarrassing as it is, I also really love Drake’s new album Nothing Was the Same. It’s got great production and really good beats, but some of the lyrics? Hoo boy. Example: “You’ve had a hard week/Go get you some lobster and shrimp”. I mean…
In any case, here’s what Katy said:
“Who doesn’t love Drake? Drake is so sensitive but yet still so cool. It’s a very hard balance to find sometimes. Emotional guys that are sensitive but strong and Drake is definitely that kind of guy,” Perry said.
“And he really hit home on this next one called ‘Hold On’. I think it’s beautiful. It sounds a little bit like kind of old vibey Lionel Richie [or] The Weeknd. It’s sexy as hell.
“I listen to it with my boyfriend [John Mayer], so I would suggest listening to it with whoever you wanna make out with.”
Funny enough, Katy holds a very particular place in my heart because I actually fell in love to ‘Teenage Dream’ AND I DON’T CARE WHO KNOWS IT! The only bad thing about her making out to Drake is that it’s with fucking John Mayer. Blech.
September 20, 2013 at 9:30 am by Jennifer
I wouldn’t say “excited” is the word, but I actually am looking forward to it. I like Drake. He’s corny as shit and not at all believable when he sings about dropping bodies and stuff, but he seems like a sweetie and he has GREAT beats/production on his tracks, so I’m all in for his new album, Nothing Was The Same, which is coming out on September 24. (Surprisingly, this hasn’t leaked yet!)
Have you heard ‘Hold On, We’re Going Home’? I mean, that song is really fucking good. ‘Started From the Bottom’ is on the album, as well, but I was less fond of that one. Do you think we’ll get an Amanda Bynes response track? LOL, I kid.
Here’s ‘Hold On, We’re Going Home’, just because I love it so much:
September 11, 2013 at 12:30 pm by Jennifer
Lady Gaga is my goddamn queen right now. Look at her, showing up all normal (for her) and stuff! This is exactly what she needed to wear to the 2013 MTV VMA’s. I’m getting Angelina Jolie 2000 Oscars flashbacks. And a little Vampira:
She looks so pretty. So sane. Please let me like you again, Gaga. Please. (Note: this was written before her performance. Who knows how I’ll feel after I see that.)
See the best, worst, and WTF of the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards fashion below! And there were so many WTFs. I couldn’t choose just one worst or WTF. I don’t think you can blame me either.