People Are Roasting Brooklyn Beckham For Implying That His Career As A Chef Helped Him Buy His $1.2 Million Sports Car
So, there’s this guy named Daniel Mac who has almost 13 million followers on TikTok. His whole thing is he goes up to random people in super-fancy cars and asks them what they do for a living. Usually, they answer shit like, “I show my ass on social media” or “I’m the CEO of a company that’s probably destroying the Earth.” Last week, Daniel was on Rodeo Drive and approached Brooklyn Beckham, who was driving a $1.2 million McLaren P1. In response to the question, “What do you do for a living?”, Brooklyn answered, “I’m a chef.” Now Buzzfeed reports that the 23-year-old son of Victoria and David Beckham is getting roasted for implying that he bought his car using his earnings as a chef. This is kind of like me claiming that I paid for my entire college education with the money I made as a part-time teenage ice cream scooper. LIES!
Tom Cruise Will Reportedly Make At Least $100 Million From “Top Gun: Maverick”
Despite the massive boycott (okay, by “massive” I mean just me) against Top Gun: Maverick for not including Kelly McGillis yet giving us the poster douche for “I Need An Adult!” (read: Miles Teller with a mustache), it has become a massive hit. Personally, I’m saving my coins for the porn parody Power Top Gun: Mavdick and its follow-up Bossy Bottom Gun, but many did not, and it’s made over $1 billion worldwide since its release in May. It’s also Tom Cruise’s biggest money-making movie, and because of this and his deal, Little Alien Lord Tommy has become even richer. But still, I’m with the talking Michael Myers’ Party City mask that is Mickey Rourke. That mega-rich trick who has the biggest movie of the year is “irrelevant!”
Prince William And Duchess Kate’s Problematic Caribbean Tour Cost Taxpayers $275,000
Prince William and Duchess Kate live in a luxurious 24-karat gold-plated bubble of ignorance (it’s one of the benefits that comes with being two of the most famous royals in the world). So of course when they went on an official tour of the Caribbean earlier this year, they likely assumed it would be nothing but flowers, handshakes, photo-ops, and bottomless platters of Welcome to Our Island! fruits and cheese. That’s not exactly what happened. Will and Kate’s visits to Belize, Jamaica, and the Bahamas were met with protests from locals who wanted to address the subject of colonialism, especially in the wake of Barbados declaring their independence and splitting from the British Commonwealth just a couple of months earlier. William and Kate reportedly had some regrets about showing up in several countries that really didn’t want them there. And it looks like non-royal British citizens can join them deckside on the S.S. Regrets, because that messy tour reportedly cost taxpayers $275,000.
George Clooney Explains Why He Turned Down $35 Million For A Day’s Work
George Clooney did an interview with the Guardian to promote his new movie, The Tender Bar, starring Ben Affleck. George discussed fame, raising his 4-year-old twins during the pandemic, politics, his childhood, blah blah blah the usual bullshit. The real takeaway is George sharing that he turned down $35 million to appear in an airline commercial. For just one day’s work! So why’d he turn it down? He already sold his soul for those annoying Nespresso ads. Well, apparently the airline was associated with a country that is “questionable at times” and after a very serious discussion with his wife Amal Clooney, he decided it wasn’t worth it. Oh right, principles. I’m too broke to have those.
Anderson Cooper Says He Won’t Leave His Son An Inheritance
Anderson Cooper is from money. Old, old money. His great-great-great maternal grandfather was Cornelius “The Commodore” Vanderbilt, who built a railroad and shipping empire, has a university named after him, and was worth $105 million at the time of his 1877 death. Experts determined that Cornelius’ fortune would be worth about $143 billion in modern times, making the Vanderbilt patriarch the second richest person in U.S. history (some old Rockefeller was #1).
Anderson has written a new book about his family’s history, entitled, Vanderbilt: The Rise and Fall of an American Dynasty, and over the weekend he went on the Morning Meeting podcast to talk about the book, money, and his 1-year-old son, Wyatt. Unfortunately for Wyatt, Anderson shared that he will not be leaving him an inheritance, because it’s not something he believes in. Well, at least he gave the kid a head’s up. There will be no threats of, “Wyatt, clean the east wing of your bedroom or you’ll be written out of my will, posthaste!”
Oscar Isaac Will Only Return To “Star Wars” If He Needs The Money
Late last year, we saw the final Star Wars film in the third official Star Wars trilogy, which I know is as confusing as trying to decipher what R2-D2 is saying, so I’m very sorry about that. Basically, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker pretty much wrapped up all the stories created by George Lucas’ Star Wars prequels and sequels. It’s done! We know what happened to Luke and Leia and Chewy and all those crazy puppets – they lived happily ever after (or…dead, depending on the character). For example, here’s what happened to Oscar Isaac’s Poe Dameron. He ended the trilogy looking hot and serious and (sadly) not getting space-married to Finn. Poe’s story is done, and so is Oscar’s time with Star Wars. Well, at least for the time being. There is one thing that could pull him back into the galaxy far, far away, and it’s money.