People is reporting that Kate Beckinsale is all about Pete Davidson, and they have a source who is spilling all the lukewarm tea. Apparently 45-year-old Kate and 25-year-old Pete are a match made in random-what-in-the-actual-fuck Heaven, as Pete is “exactly her type”.
Ariana Grande is one lucky chick because every time she takes an L somehow it always works out for her. Most folks get bad tattoos and then spend the rest of their lives doing a nervous chuckle trying to explain why they have the Lucky Charms logo above their right titty (answer: because they’ve got magically delicious boobs? At least, that’s what I tell people.) Ariana got a really bad barbecue themed tattoo last week and was subsequently roasted (pun intended) on social media. But that pain could be instantly turned into profit now since a tattoo removal company wants to use her as their spokesperson.
Kids, let this be a lesson that whenever you decide to get a new tattoo, especially one with Japanese characters, please know what it says first. Because if not, you’ll end up like Ariana Grande who initially thought she was getting a tattoo on her palm to celebrate her new single “7 Rings” and ended up as a walking billboard for an outdoor appliance. Realizing she made a huge mistake, she immediately had the tattoo removed and started over from scratch. Actually, that’s what she should have done, but instead she added more characters to it and now the tattoo doesn’t make any damn sense at all.
Ariana Grande has finally responded to all the haters who have accused her of cultural appropriation. Ari got a new tattoo on the palm of her hand which was supposed to read “7 Rings” (the title of her latest single) in Japanese kanji. But it actually reads “small charcoal grill”. Getting a mistranslated Asian character tattoo is Ariana practically shouting from the rooftops, “don’t let excessive bronzer and trap-lite videos fool you, I’m a basic ass white chick through and through!”. Gwen Stefani wishes she had the nerve!
Ariana Grande’s latest song “7 Rings” is about how rich she is, how she can afford to buy anything, and how that ponytail is bought and paid for with her vast stores of cash. So – a song guaranteed to endear her to millions. In addition to red-bottomed shoes and long strands of presumably human hair, Ariana also purchased some more attention with a particular line from the song (“You like my hair? Gee, thanks, just bought it”). Rapper Princess Nokia accused Ariana of copying her 2017 song Mine and tweeted (and later deleted) about Ariana pulling some cultural appropriation shit, “Ain’t that the little song I made about brown women and their hair? Sounds about white.” Since then, other artists have also gotten in the Ariana Grande Ripped Me Off line.
In response, she posted a flippant comment that included the buzzwords “white women,” “weaves,” and “racism.” You can bet your bottom, top and middle dollar that Ariana later deleted the comment and issued an apology for it. The attention-grabbing celebrity social media faux pas with requisite apology – lather, rinse, repeat.
People is reporting that Pete “10-Inches” Davidson is actually more like Pete “A Solid Six And A Half But He Knows How To Use It” Davidson. At a recent stand up gig at the Tarrytown Music Hall in New York, Pete talked about ex-fiancé Ariana Grande‘s now-infamous reference to Pete’s dick size. She’d previously had us out here thinking Pete was hung like a porn star and Pete basically co-signed the narrative because who doesn’t want a 10-inch penis? Well it’s looking like Pete has some buyer’s remorse because now he’s spilling the tea on his own self.