By Travis July 15, 2013 @ 9:00 AM
Tulisa Contostavlos apparently used to be some sort of a hip hop artist or pop singer in England, but all she ever seems to do lately is wear really tight outfits to nightclubs or revealing bikinis at pool parties, like she did this weekend for her 25th birthday. And while I think it was really kind of Tulisa to stand around and conveniently stretch while someone took pictures of her, I can’t get past the shorts she was wearing when she showed up to the pool.
When exactly did it become cool for girls to wear their mom’s shorts? This is like the complete opposite of the ass crack and g-string trend that captivated us for so long, and I think that this is clearly the cause of all of the world’s problems. In conclusion, women ruin everything.
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By Lex June 24, 2013 @ 1:58 PM
Here’s one thing that sucks about being famous. Elaborate newspaper cocaine stings. N-Dubz singer and X-Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos used to be a petty drug dealer in her rough teen days. She said she’d changed and wanted to be a role model for the kids. That’s fresh. The U.K. Sun wanted to catch her still dealing drugs so they set up an elaborate sting involving Arabs and fake movie producers and a $15 million movie role that called for Tulisa to be a street hustler. When the fake movie producers asked her to get some coke, she dialed up a connect who came over with some snort, which the newspaper people taped and then turned over to the cops who arrested Tulisa and her buddy.
“She believed she was going to get this major role and contracts were being readied to sign. She was supposed to play a London street girl who goes to India. She was showing off her credentials to the producers by saying she could get drugs. She wanted the part.” — friend of Tulisa’s after the bust
The Sun apparently spent about $100K on the sting, including flying Tulisa around on a private jet, like some really elaborate reality prank show. Sure this seems like a grand abuse of power and a big fucking waste of time, but if we can finally expose hip hop music’s association with the underground world of recreational drugs, maybe we can finally save those young kids. Fucking Brits.
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