Nibbly Things: Snoop Dogg’s Airport Woes

  • Snoop Dogg obviously not know airport etiquette. Airport police officers stopped Snoop Dogg at a loading zone for a vehicle code violation. When officers searched the vehicle they found a gun and marijuana, police said. Oops. [AP]
  • Are you ready for Kevin Federline’s new CD? If so, you can listen to the whole thing on AOL. Good luck making it through the whole thing. [AOL Music]
  • A London mental patient has filed a lawsuit claiming that she is the real mother of Michael Jackson’s children. Nora Jackson, claims that she has been with him since he was a teenager. Signing her name as “dudu” in court documents. That’s precious. [Daily Dish]
  • David Letterman gives it to Bill O’Reilly. Sit back and watch tonight. [Page Six]
  • Who knew that the Dixie Chicks would ever turn out to be so controversial. It looks as if NBC (along with FOX, CNN and NPR) aren’t going to be running ads for their documentary “Shut Up & Sing.” The Weinstein Group told the media today that “NBC claims that the network ‘cannot accept these spots as they are disparaging to President Bush.” [Deadline Hollywood]
  • Michael J. Fox responded to Rush Limbaugh’s criticism (he was accused of being off his meds or acting) of his appearance in a political ad. “The irony is that I was too medicated. I was dyskinesic,” Fox told (Katie) Couric. “Because the thing about … being symptomatic is that it’s not comfortable. No one wants to be symptomatic; it’s like being hit with a hammer. At this point now, if I didn’t take medication I wouldn’t be able to speak.” [CBS]

Written by Lauren Burch