50 Cent is absolutely hilarious and really loves his white ladies - combine the two, and you’ve got a recipe for what some would call disaster and what I would call laughter. Attending the Daytona 500 last week (why?), the rapper ran into Erin Andrews, the old ESPN presenter who now works for Fox Sports. Well, she ran into him, anyway.
As you can see in the video above, Erin’s looking for Danica Patrick but instead finds 50, who goes in for a kiss she only barely manages to avoid. When she attempts to make a quick getaway, he tags along for ages until Erin has no other choice than to cut back to the other correspondents in the studio. Haha!
Did 50 Cent know he was making Erin uncomfortable? Most likely – he’s a pretty smart guy and would probably think it was funny. Or he was legit trying to get some ass, who can say? Either way, let this be a lesson: people actually like the Daytona 500.
The girl’s gorgeous, but damn, does she attract some nuts.
Not too long after Erin Andrews’ first video-stalker was sentenced, she began her stint on ABC’s Dancing With the Stars and yet another one had emerged from the woodwork.
Andrews’ newest stalker has reportedly been sending threatening emails to The Dan Patrick Show since this past September and sources state that the emails have gotten increasingly violent over the past few weeks. According to law enforcement, three emails have come in over the past three weeks:
March 14, 2010 — “I would love to get close enough to her to show her my suicide vest.”
March 26, 2010 — “I hope she gets shot in the face. I would love to see if she can dance away from a hail of gunfire. That would really make my day.”
March 29, 2010 — “Dear Dan: I hope Erin Andrews gets murdered in L.A.”
I mean, they really haven’t arrested this guy is yet? The FBI claims that they know who the man is — the man evidently didn’t even try to hide his identity — and we’re still hearing about how “awful” and “violent” these messages are. What the hell are they waiting for, this dude to go all semi-automatic postal on ABC’s studios or maybe to find Andrews’ body chopped up into itty-bitty pieces and scattered outside Grauman’s Chinese Theater?
So, yeah. Let’s advertise all over the media that we “know” who the guy is, so that he hears about it and can successfully go into hiding before the Feds finish their coffee and doughnuts and finally decide to go and track this sick sack of shit down.
I did nothing wrong. The hardest thing is that I still have to say that to people… I still had to say that yesterday on the court steps — you know, ‘How can you do this?’ ‘How did you feel it was OK to go on with your life?’ You turn the tables on them and say, ‘Because what did I do? What did I do wrong?’
Jesus Christ, are there still people in this world who tell victims of sexual predators that it’s their own fault?
“It’s not over,” she says. “It’s not going to be over, but this is the first step.”
Props to you for keeping your head up through all this, Erin. What a fucking nightmare.
Now, more importantly — how excited is everyone for this season of Dancing with the Stars???
Chicago area resident Michael David Barrett was arrested Friday night at O’Hare airport as he arrived on a flight from Buffalo. He’s charged with interstate stalking and accused of taking the hotel room peephole videos of a nekkid Erin Andrews that surfaced last year.
Barret was tracked down through the emails he sent to TMZ when he tried to sell them the videos. FBI agents found that he had followed Andrews to Nashville in September of 2008 and called tons of area hotels to find out where she was staying, then requested a room next to her. I can’t believe that whatever numb nuts was working at the hotel was like, “Yes, obviously obsessed random guy on the phone trying to track down a celebrity, she’s staying in room number blahblah. Sure you can have the room right next to her!”
Barret also stayed in a hotel room next to Andrews in Milwaukee in July of 2007. FBI agents found that the peephole of that hotel room had also been rigged to record video. Creepy!
He’s scheduled to appear in court later today and could get up to 5 years in Federal pound-me-in-the-ass prison if convicted.