Kendall Jenner is not here for a bartender’s claim on social media that she didn’t tip. Jenner slapped back at Brooklyn hotspot Baby’s All Right’s claims that she failed to tip them over the weekend.
Jenner vented on Twitter, writing: “Damn, I guess next time we won’t tip in cash,” in response to a fan’s Tweet on the subject. Baby’s All Right posted a photo of her alleged receipt on Instagram Friday, which did not include a tip on the $24 tab. The photo has since been deleted, but not before causing a backlash on social media with users claiming the reality star is “cheap,” despite her $17 million income. Jenner hit the bar to watch her rumored love interest A$AP Rocky perform
The model has been besieged by scandal this year. In April, a Pepsi ad she starred in was accused of trivializing the Black Lives Matter movement. Within a day of release, the ad was pulled. Then in June, a line of t-shirts she and her sister Kylie Jenner produced, which included images of them cropped over legendary rock and rap artists like Ozzy Osbourne and Tupac enraged the music community. The shirts were pulled as well.
They’re adulting! Reality stars Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna are reportedly setting aside their laundry list of differences to hammer out a custody deal. Page Six reports that the pair, who were due in court Tuesday, delayed their hearing on Dream’s custody and Chyna’s restraining order against Kardashian to see if they could sort things out on their own.
“We are attempting to work out an amicable resolution of all issues,” Chyna’s attorney tells Page Six. “If that fails, we will go forward with the hearing on September 18 so that the court will impose long-term consequences on Mr. Kardashian for his vicious online attacks on Blac Chyna.”
Chyna was granted a temporary restraining order after he posted explicit photos of her on social media in July. In addition to sharing pictures Bloom describes as “revenge porn,” he also accused her of infidelity and drug use in an epic rant that got him temporarily shut out of both Instagram and Twitter.
“We agreed to stipulate to the temporary restraining order and all conditions attached thereto,” Kardashian’s attorney, Robert Shapiro, said at a news conference after the temporary restraining order hearing. “Our primary interest going forward for Mr. Kardashian is the health and welfare of the baby, and both parents are going to work towards that goal.”
Anna Faris and Chris Pratt haven’t come out and said exactly what led to their split, but that hasn’t stopped those pesky ANONYMOUS SOURCES from chiming in. Here’s the latest:
Anna wanted a traditional family, while Chris is having too much fun being a movie star. Remember, SHE was the bigger star when they got married back in 2009.
So at the time, he was probably fine with the idea of having a home base in L.A., staying close to it, and making lots of babies. And they do have ONE kid, a son named Jack.
But then Chris became one of the biggest actors in the world, and everything changed. He’s doing movie after movie, which keeps him away from home for months at a time. And he doesn’t want any more kids for now.
Anna’s main job right now is a steady gig on the CBS comedy “Mom”. But she did just shoot the remake of “Overboard” . . . which is coming out next spring.
It would be an understatement to say that KRIS and CAITLYN JENNER are doing fine financially these days. But that wasn’t the case when they first got married . . . you know, back when Caitlyn was an ex-Olympic hero named BRUCE.
Kris says, quote, “I told my assistant, Lisa, ‘OK, listen. We have the greatest guy here. He really knows his craft. He is really good at what he does, but he doesn’t have anybody doing anything for him.
“‘He doesn’t have a lot going on. He has $200 in the bank. What are we going to do?’ Because the kids have to eat. We have to get it together.”
And they DID get it together. They set Bruce up with a photo shoot, put together press kits, made a “sizzle reel”, and sent everything out to, quote, “every speakers’ bureau in the United States.”
Pretty soon they were getting booked for speeches by Visa and Coca-Cola . . . and the rest is history.
Kris also admits that KIM KARDASHIAN initially got famous for, quote, “not the greatest reason.” But she added that she was “just being a silly kid.”
For the first time, an NFL team bought its own PLANE to fly to games, and NOT surprisingly it’s the New England Patriots . . . who have won FIVE of the past 15 Super Bowls, and probably deserve to be spoiled. Hate it all you want, but let’s be honest, the Cleveland Browns aren’t buying planes. They can’t even buy a WIN at home . . . at the end of the season . . . when the other team is resting its starters for the playoffs.
The Patriots actually bought TWO 767 Boeing wide-body jets and had them retrofitted with all first-class seats, some of which recline all the way.
The outside of at least one of the planes has the team logo . . . with their five Lombardi trophies printed on the tail. (Which is sort of the equivalent of wearing a Canali suit, and intentionally leaving the price tag on to show it off.)
Brand new planes like these could cost $200 million each . . . but these were probably used, which generally cost between $5 million and $65 million, depending on their mileage and condition.
David Letterman is only two years into retirement, and he’s already getting antsy, because he’s hosting a new talk show for Netflix. There’s no title yet, but it sounds different from what he did on “The Late Show”. It’ll be an hour-long, pre-taped show, where each episode will focus on ONE topic. Netflix says it’ll feature, quote, “in-depth conversations with extraordinary people, and in-the-field segments expressing his curiosity and humor.”
There’s no guest list yet . . . but he says he’d like to interview President Trump or Pope Francis. He does have one guest booked, but he won’t say who it is. For now, Dave is only doing six episodes, and they’ll premiere sometime next year. Obviously, that could change if the show is a hit.
Dave jokes, quote, “I feel excited and lucky to be working on this project for Netflix. Here’s what I have learned: If you retire to spend more time with your family, check with your family first. Thanks for watching, drive safely.” He didn’t say whether or not he’s keeping his big, Santa-like retirement beard.
A List of “The 50 Least Powerful People” Is Topped By . . . The Mooch!
A new list of ‘The 50 LEAST Powerful People” is out, and not surprisingly the top spot went to Anthony Scaramucci . . . a.k.a. The Mooch . . . who only lasted 10 days as the White House Director of Communications. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is #2 . . . followed by James Comey, the former Director of the FBI. He’s third.
A few other notable people on the list include . . . Tiger Woods at #5, Kendall Jenner at #6, conservative personality Tomi Lahren at #8, soccer player Hope Solo at #14, former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer at #16 . . .
Colin Kaepernick at #25, Rob Kardashian at #29, Anthony Weiner at #31, YouTube star PewDiePie at #32, Bill O’Reilly at #34, Paul Ryan at #37, R. Kelly at #41, former NFL coach Rex Ryan at #43, Bill Cosby at #44, Kathy Griffin at #45, Donald Trump Jr. at #49, and Hillary Clinton at #50.
The site that put it together basically just looked for well-known people who recently experienced a dramatic loss in stature. So, top executives from troubled companies like Chipotle, Blue Apron, United Airlines, and Uber are also on it.
Fox booked MAYA RUDOLPH to star in their upcoming live musical of “A Christmas Story”. She’s playing Ralphie and Randy’s mom. There’s no word on any other casting yet. “A Christmas Story: The Musical” will be based on both the 1983 movie and the 2012 Broadway production. It premieres on December 17th.