Oh, that Naomi Campbell. Never one to miss a beat. After learning that Naomi is being sued by her billionaire ex-boyfriend, Vladislav Doronin, it has been revealed that Naomi, in fact, sued him FIRST––months before his recent lawsuit came about.
Welp, Naomi Campbell is getting reverse-Mariah Carey-ed. Naomi has been named in a multi-million-dollar lawsuit from her ex-boyfriend, Russian businessman billionaire, Vladislav Doronin. The two dated for five years from 2008 to 2013 (and he moved on to Naomi’s model apprentice Luo Zilin) and Vlad has now decided that he wants the money that Naomi “borrowed” from him. This is like the rich bitch equivalent of an ex-boyfriend texting you two years later to ask if he can pick up that sweatshirt he left at your place. And it’s a good thing that Vladislav is a billionaire who can get the best security that money can buy because he’s going to need it now that he’s got the wrath of Naomi Campbell on his ass.
Considering what we already know about the subject matter, you probably wouldn’t blame me if I said “fuck it” and wrote a 1,000 word review on the 2004 not-hit (I refuse to call it a bomb) Brittany Murphy rom-com classic Little Black Book. But this is about the information leaked about Jeffery Epstein by the hacker group Anonymous this weekend. Anonymous leaked what they claimed to be Jeffrey Epstein’s personal contact list, or “little black book,” which is a list of famous people he was allegedly friends with, traveled with, or invited to spend some time on his island. We’ve known for a long time that Jeffrey was friends with Prince Andrew and spent some time with Bill Clinton. Thanks to Anonymous, there’s a whole lot more famous people – like Alec Baldwin and Naomi Campbell – whose names are now publicly associated with Epstein.
Last fall, sleuths in the British press reported that 31-year-old Adele, who had just filed for divorce from husband of two years and daddy of her baby, Simon Konecki, was maybe dating Skepta, a 37-year-old “grime” rapper (no, not the Mother Musk, grime is a British electronic hip hop genre). Both hail from Tottenham and apparently their friends were “hoping and predicting” they’d become a “great couple” one day. OK, dudes, calm them boners.
Sadly for these over-invested friends, the maybe-couple have maybe broken up. Last week Skepta released a new album, Insomnia, and some people think his songs suggest he and Adele are through. Imagine all these lyrics being rapped at you in a Cockney accent. Continue reading
Even in 2020, when y’all see her name pop up in the news, y’all know that story is headed in any direction. Naomi Campbell, supermodel and the scourge of personal assistants everywhere, recently shot a video for her popular Being Naomi YouTube channel. And in it, she explains the reasoning for her recent stroll through LAX in a hazmat suit––among other delightful and totally relatable topics. Strap in boys and girls: this one’s a doozy (even for Naomi).
As if The View wasn’t already a dystopian nightmare fueled by Meghan McCain’s toxic fumes, here comes the COVID-19 pandemic to really put a button in it. According to Deadline, The View is just one of many daytime TV staples forgoing a live studio audience “out of an abundance of caution,” which is a phrase so prevalent these days, it might just eclipse “thoughts and prayers” in our national discourse. Joining The View in an hollow studio to perform a pantomime of breezy nonchalance are Live With Kelly and Ryan, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Tamron Hall, The Wendy Williams Show, Rachael Ray, and Dr. Phil. Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune will also be lighting up that “applause” button for absolutely no one.