Nibbly Things: Omarion Doesn’t Want Your Prayers Anymore

July 11th, 2005 // 3 Comments
  • It seems like Omarion can’t get his story straight. He is distancing himself from a press release that said the singer, scheduled to play a gig Sunday in the besieged British capital, “would like his fans to pray that he has a safe trip and a safe return home.” Omarion’s Website, meanwhile, couldn’t even stand by its own headline. By late afternoon, any suggestion that either the Reuters story or the press release was an out-and-out “hoax” had been removed. [E Online]
  • Jessica Alba refuses to act with anymore monkeys. Insert your own joke here. [contact music]
  • It’s looks like Paris Hilton is going to read. She is so ashamed she attended London’s Live 8 gig on Saturday, July 5 even though she knows little about African poverty, she’s vowed to study the issues while planning her forthcoming wedding. [CompuServe]
  • Pete Doherty has shown Kate Moss “how fake her life had become.” We assumed he got her stoned, and she saw the light. [Page Six]
  • What dad wouldn’t enjoy a few Botox injections. Joe Simpson would. [Junk Feud]
  • Catherine Zeta Jones’ stalker Dawnette Knight was given a 3 year prison sentence for threatening to “slice her up like meat on a bone and feed her to the dogs.” Knight was also slapped with a $200 million restitution fine and ordered to stay away from Jones for 10 years. Knight said she only did what she did because of her “girlish-crush” on Michael Douglas. Jones released a statment calling Knight “evil” and added ” Your actions will be with me for the rest of my life.” [The Insider]
  • Titanium is the new black. At least in regards to the American Express card. The titanium cards recently replaced the black ones – officially known as the Centurion – in some European countries and have become essential tools of one-upmanship among high-rollers and fat-cats. As it was for the black card, membership is invitation-only to status-conscious affluent folk – black card holders include Sean Combs, Jay-Z, Naomi Campbell and Flavio Briatore. The titanium card carries a $2,500 annual fee and requires holders to charge more than $250,000 a year. [Page Six]
  • Dennis Rodman says that while Madonna was good in bed, she didn’t blow his mind. [FemaleFirst]
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  1. Paul L.

    Regarding the American Express Centurion Card (aka The Black Card). American Express has not released a new card called the “Titanium Card.” This is somewhat of a misunderstanding. The Centurion Card will now be made out of actual titanium metal instead of plastic like most credit cards. It is still the Centurion card with the same features and benefits and costs.

  2. Marshae

    Omarion you is so fine only thing i got to say is if i ever meet you I will die

  3. April

    Omarion I dont understand why he dont want are prayers anymore. I didnt do nothing wrong! Be if he tells me to stop prayers, then fine!

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