Well.....I mean.........the stage looked nice?
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In Pimp Theory, a “bottom bitch” is the one in the whores’ hierarchy who rides hardest for her man. She’s the rock of every hustler economy and her primary occupation is keeping other ho’s in check and gettin’ that money. She isn’t trying to elevate the status of her sister ho’s. She isn’t looking to transform pimp culture. The bottom bitch is a token who is allowed symbolic power, which she uses to discipline, advocate for, represent and advance the domain of the stable. In pop culture, she represents the trope of the chosen black female, loyal to her man and complicit in her own commodification.
If you're hoping I'd be scandalized, I'm gonna disappoint you. It's his body. Nobody was hurt. He should do what he wants. #done— kim rhodes (@kimrhodes4real) December 16, 2013
That was for those of you requesting a response. If you have no clue to what I was referring... you have more of a life than I.— kim rhodes (@kimrhodes4real) December 16, 2013
@myalec still way better IMO.— kim rhodes (@kimrhodes4real) December 16, 2013
“I want to do something really, really special tonight. There is a very, very special, brand new friend of mine who has come to the show and I want to introduce him to you. You guys are going to fall in love with him the way that I did. Can we welcome to the stage… Mr. Joshua,” the 34-year-old singer told the crowd.
Joshua was diagnosed with Leukemia in February and he considers “Brave” to be his theme song, so it was so fitting they got to sing together!
Go to bebrave.me to learn more about his inspiring story.Source
The 19-year-old asked the high court to prevent photographers from following him after trying to persuade them to change their behaviour, according to his lawyer.
An order handed down by Mrs Justice Nicola Davies orders unnamed photographers to stop pursuing the singer by car or motorcycle, placing him under surveillance or loitering within 50 metres of his place of residence to monitor his movements.
Styles was not in court for the short hearing on Monday. His lawyer David Sherborne told the court: "This is not a privacy injunction. Mr Styles is not trying to prevent fans approaching him in the street and taking photos. He remains happy to do that, as he always has. Rather, it is the method or tactics which have been used by a certain type of photographer."
Sherborne said the case concerned a series of paparazzi photographers, four of whom were in the process of being identified.
The injunction against "Paparazzi AAA and others" is thought to be among the first of its kind, although the legal tactic was used in two high-profile cases in recent years.
The singer Cheryl Cole won a similar high court order last year after complaining about the "intense and very annoying" experience of photographers camping outside her home.
In 2011 Tinglan Hong obtained an injunction against the paparazzi to deal with the sudden interest in her private life after she gave birth to Hugh Grant's daughter.
Styles's injunction will continue until another hearing in the week beginning 13 January, which will decide how the action should proceed.
You know what Mr. Foxman? I wish you and I could have a dialogue. You wouldn’t put that small time stuff over on me that you put on scared to death negroes, that if they mention Jew and you call them anti-semitic they start bowing to you and your pressure. Kanye West don’t bow to the pressure to apologize to anybody. You said nothing wrong.