Last week, we reported Diddy posted a video about John McCain’s decision to nominate Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin as his running mate, asking if there are there even black people in Alaska.
Well, after Palin gave a headline making speech at the Republican National Convention, the rapper with Mount Vernon ties apologized for his remarks with another video that makes him sound just as hilarious.
“You gave a speech that, basically shut me the f*%k up for the whole time you were speaking,” he said about Palin. “It came across extremely strong, extremely charismaticâ€”somebody I would wanna play hockey with.”
(AP Photo/Diane Bondareff)
Sorry guys, we’re almost a week late on this because Chris and I were busy with very important things (i.e. Facebook chats trying to one-up each other on random movie references).
But Bedford resident DMX plead guilty in Miami last week to trying to buy cannabis and cocaine. He’s now being transferred to Arizona for his animal cruelty charges filed in May. No court date (that I know of) has been set for his identity theft charges from July.
Poor DMX, he’s getting passed around like a Christmas fruitcake.
Our friends at the Poughkeepsie Journal said the singer Akon made an appearance in Fishkill town court today, relating to an incident last year where he allegedly threw a fan off a concert stage.
A judge has set a trial for Akon on Dec. 1. I managed to dig up a photo of the original incident. Priceless.
Poor kid, I wonder if he’ll get a sweet settlement. Hmm, I should try getting thrown off a stage at the next show I go to. Paula Cole is coming to the Emelin Theatre near my apartment, maybe she’ll at least throw a guitar at me.
(Poughkeepsie Journal photo)
After John McCain surprised everyone with his announcement that Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin would be his running mate, Diddy posted a video in response.
“Alaska? Alaska! Alaska, come on man. I donâ€™t even know if there are any black people in Alaska,” he said.
Congrats Diddy, on alienating around 20,000 people in the state of Alaska.
I wonder what Mase has to say about it.
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