Things just got real between former Real Housewives of Miami cast member Joanna Krupa and current Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and Celebrity Apprentice star Brandi Glanville, who had some unsavory words to say about Krupa and her personal hygiene, among other things. The following letter was sent directly to Glanville via Raymond Rafool, Krupa's attorney, who explains that the letter serves as notice of Krupa's and husband Romain Zago's intent to sue the outspoken Glanville for libel, slander and defamation. Read at your own risks and preferably not on a full stomach.
June 26, 2013
Before the Grand Canyon there was even grander cleavage: Nik Wallenda walks the line at Miami boob doc's party
June 14, 2013
You'd think the leakage of Kanye West's Yeezus today was the second coming of, well, never mind. But for LIV's David Grutman, it kind of is. You see, West's single "On Sight," produced by Daft Punk, name checks the Grand Poohbah of clubland at the 1:40 mark, saying something to the effect of "Took her to the bleau, she tried to sip the fountain, that's when David Grutman kicked her out. But I got her back in and put my di*k in her mouth." With such deeply profound lyrics, he's not the Montell Michael Jordan of music, he's the Shakespeare of music. Lord, what fools these mortals be!
We asked Grutman his thoughts on joining the ranks of Kathie Lee Gifford, Tom Cruise, Jennifer Aniston, John Travolta and Jake Gyllenhaal, all whose names Yeezus has previously dropped in his songs, to which he replied, "It's pretty fu**ing sick. It doesn't hurt that it's the first single off the much anticipated album and that those Daft Punk guys produced the song. Pretty special." Not nearly as special as the not so mystery woman to whom West refers. When we asked Grutman if West was referring to his baby mama, who, along with her sisterly klique and their assorted appendages, has spent many a night at LIV, he said, "I have no idea." Oh, he does. He's just preoccupied. After all, Yeezus just took his name in vain.
June 06, 2013
Until last week, Aventura's Haleigh Youtie, 17, was just a regular teenager looking forward to attending college in Michigan in the fall. Then Justin Bieber sat next to her at the Miami Heat game and all of a sudden her face was catapulted into the social media stratosphere, becoming a subject of mystery, speculation and, in the case of some frenzied female Bieber fans, great jealousy--especially when the "mystery brunette's" picture appeared on the front page of London's Daily Mail, Extra, OMG Insider, Access Hollywood and even The Tonight Show. Before the Heat game was even over, Youtie, who did post on her social media accounts that Bieber, who refused to be photographed until someone brought a Miami Heat dancer over, wasn't the friendliest, she was getting threats from rabid fans and, says her mother Eileen, "more friend requests than you can count." We asked Haleigh her thoughts on the insanity and she said, "I got a taste of how fast social media works and of the positive and negative effects it can have on a person. I did have fun with it, though." We bet she did.
June 04, 2013
Justin Bieber's under aged Miami nightlife tour continues as he closes down Mansion with female entourage
As apathetic and bored Justin Bieber may have seemed at last night's Miami Heat game (perhaps he was just suffocating from his leather), the 19-year-old pop prince perked up around 3:45 in the morning when he arrived at Mansion with an entourage of girls. Sporting a white tank top and gold chains, The Biebs sat at a table facing the stage where he did nothing but text on his phone the entire time. Perhaps he was texting his stylist to find out when the hat he wore earlier that night would be available in his size? Anyway, he did stop with his phone for a few minutes to watch Flo Rida perform. As for his female entourage, they were blondes and brunettes and in their 20s. More joined as the night went on. But Biebs, who neither touched an alcoholic beverage nor took off his sunglasses all night, sporadically chatted with his fawners in between his feverish texting. The sunglasses did come in handy when the lights came on around 5 a.m. when he left with a big group in a caravan of three SUVs just in time to get home and watch cartoons. As for this pattern of clubs letting a teenager inside, bottom line is, they just don't care. Says one industry insider, "No one's going after a club for one Justin Bieber. They have bigger fish to fry, like B-Girls and prostitutes."