Just weeks after Chris Brown and Drake peacefully squashed their beef (which seemingly started over Rihanna), Drake has engaged in the very activity that started it… hanging with Rihanna.
Rihanna had a rescheduled stop in Dallas on her Diamonds World Tour. Drake visited her there and proceeded to take her out to dinner. Rihanna then showed Drake the same support by showing up to his performance at Toyota Center.
The fun didn’t stop there. I know Chris… you’re ripping your hair out already and don’t want to hear anymore… but there is more.
In traditional Bad Gal RiRi fashion, Brown’s ex then met up with Drake at Houston’s V Live Gentlemen’s Club where the two stars blew through at least $17,000. Jhonni Blaze, a woman who danced for the “couple,” told E! News that the stars looked happy together and “looked like a couple.”
Drake and Rihanna then left the strip club together, according to Blaze.
Breezy’s reaction? We don’t know yet.
When you go to your favorite bar or nightclub, you want to get served as quickly as possible. The problem is that your favorite spot is enjoyed by a bunch of other people as well, and that means you are going to have to wait.
Those most eager to get served tend to wait the longest. Why is this the case? They may not realize it but they are annoying and/or insulting the bartender by waving or yelling.
German research shows that the best way to get a bartender’s attention is to face him or her and make eye contact. Bartenders keep track of who stepped up to the bar when and if they seem ready to order or not.
Good luck out there!
Justin Timberlake fans were in for a real treat Wednesday when the star showed up in Hoboken, New Jersey for a one-song performance.
“Let’s Take Back the Night,” Timberlake tweeted. “150 get in. See you there!”
Only 150 lucky people were allowed into Maxwell’s, a club which closed July 31, to see JT perform “Take Back The Night” for a Target commercial.
“(The performance was) SO worth standing for 4 hours in line in the drizzle!” said Katie Ritchey, one of the fans that got to see JT sing.
Timberlake helped direct the crowd to make the commercial the best it could be. Fans left the club even more impressed with the singer than before.
“He was very welcoming to the crowd! SO NICE,” Katie said. “You never really realize how funny he actually is until you see him in a setting like that. He is obviously a professional and takes what he does very seriously, but also enjoys what he is doing and that shows in the way he still interacts with fans!”
The 20/20 Experience: 2 of 2 comes out September 27.
You’re in the clear, New York… drink up!
An appeals court ruled Tuesday that New York City’s Board of Health is out of line trying to limit soda sizes served in local restaurants. The proposed “soda ban” was considered unconstitutional and will not be enforced for the foreseeable future. A lower court came to the same determination earlier in the year.
The new law would have prevented restaurants and other food places from selling soft drinks larger than 16 ounces. Many opposed the ban, including the beverage industry, which claimed the law was unfair and wouldn’t do what it was created to accomplish.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg plans to continue fighting for the ban.
Personally, I believe that while soft drinks are unhealthy, American citizens throughout the country should have the right to make their own decisions regarding their health. Mayor Bloomberg certainly could encourage healthy behavior, but to infringe on individuals’ freedom to make poor decisions through force is wrong. What would be banned next, and where would lines be drawn? With that aside, the ban wouldn’t prevent health problems anyway because people could just purchase a higher amount of drinks to make up for the smaller sizes.
Sharknado aired on the SyFy channel Thursday and caused a storm of tweets afterward. Watch the trailer here… and try not to laugh.