June 13th, 2012 by edsel
Rapper Nasty Nas declared that Gwyneth Paltrow “gets a pass” to use the N-word because she is “the homie.” And if somebody complained, Nas promised to “slap the s***” out of that somebody.
Perez Hilton reported that Paltrow recently tweeted a photo of herself on stage with Jay-Z and Kanye West during the two rappers’ ‘Watch The Throne’ tour. ”n***as in paris for real!” read the picture’s caption.
Gwyneth Paltrow immediately got slammed for using the N-word. “Hold up,” she tweeted one angry Twitter user while pointing out something about her caption: “It’s the title of the song!”
According to Perez Hilton, Nasty Nas -whose real name is Nasir Bin Olu Dara Jones, and who is considered by MTV to be one of the most influential rappers in history- came to Paltrow’s defense. ”I would slap the s*** out of somebody for Gwyneth Paltrow,” Nas declared.
“She’s the homie,” he added, “She’s cool. Gwyneth gets a pass,” Nasty Nas vouched. “Real people get a pass.”
According to Nasty Nas, “We know what this s*** is.” He pointed out that “We don’t interrupt Italians when they say ‘Wop’ to each other” because “They gonna punch you in the mouth if you interrupt that.” So, Nas argued, “Don’t interrupt us.”
Nas continued that “We pick and choose” whom to allow to use the N-word. “Some of us will get angrier about it than others,” he noted, “But some people get a pass.”
For Nas, “The people that I know who are cool and real n****s” get a pass to use the N-word. And in his estimation, “Gwyneth Paltrow is a real n****, that’s my homie.”
Perez Hilton reported that Nasty Nas closed his remarks by saying “That’s how I’m on it” and repeating that “Some people get a pass.”
Gwyneth Paltrow is good friends with Beyonce Knowles, the wife of Jay-Z.
June 6th, 2012 by faye
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow has been the target of backlash after she tweeted the N-word during the concert of Jay-Z and Kanye West in Paris last Friday.
According to reports, 39-year-old Gwyneth Paltrow was at the “Watch the Throne Tour” to show her support to her music industry friends Jay-Z and Kanye West during this co-headline show in Paris, France. While Gwyneth was dancing with these two music moguls during a guest-appearance onstage, the actress tweeted a photo bearing the caption “N***as in paris for real.”
Unfortunately, this was not received well by her followers on Twitter, as well as fans of Jay-Z and Kanye West. Gwyneth Paltrow has since then received a lot of backlash for using the N-word on her tweet. But the “Shallow Hal” star defended herself, saying, “Hold up. It’s the title of the song!”
Gwyneth Paltrow was at the concert together with Jay-Z’s wife Beyonce and her Destiny’s Child bandmate, Kelly Rowland. The three celebrities were spotted singing along, with Beyonce cheering on her husband who’s performing at that time.
Gwyneth Paltrow has been really supportive of the “Watch The Throne Tour.” She even took her children Apple, eight, and Moses, six, along to watch their “Uncle Jay-Z” perform at London’s O2 arena.
March 28th, 2012 by faye
“Shakespeare in Love” actress Gwyneth Paltrow has spoken once again and slammed the allegations made by New York Times that she hired a ghostwriter for her cookbook entitled “My Father’s Daughter.
During an interview on “The Rachael Ray Show” via Skype, 39-year-old Gwyneth Paltrow told host Rachael, “Every single recipe in the book I came up with and I cooked on the spot,” explaining that while she doesn’t really respond to gossip, “But this is my professional life, and I’m writing more cookbooks, and I feel like it’s important… that people know this is my book, and I wrote my book, and it’s all mine.”
The actress’ cookbook, “My Father’s Daughter,” features recipes from blueberry muffins to corn chowder, all of which she says she created herself. “The recipes were inspired by an amazing salad that I had somewhere … a chef friend that had taught me something and this is my version of it and I would do it from scratch by myself and in the kitchen,” Gwyneth Paltrow told Rachael Ray.
The host, Rachael Ray, who is also a victim of ghostwriter accusations, defended actress Gwyneth Paltrow. “This is your food you wrote these recipes this is the way you cooked this food in your home,” Rachael said.
Both Gwyneth Paltrow and Rachael Ray disagreed with the New York Times article made by Julia Moskin, who accuses many celebrity chefs of hiring a ghostwriter to create their recipes with some input from the chefs themselves. The two women took it to Twitter, slamming the claims about a ghostwriter:
“The NYTimes has opened up the discussion on what a true writer is and to me it is the person who is telling the story,” Rachel Ray said.
Despite defending the article of Julia Moskin as accurate and fair, the New York Times told ABC News, “It did not say that someone else wrote Rachael Ray’s, Jamie Oliver’s or Gwyneth Paltrow’s cookbooks. It said that they, like many other chef-authors, had help.”