Chris Brown vs. Jenny Johnson
Believe it or not, Chris Brown is not playing well with the ladies. His latest foe is comedy writer Jenny Johnson. The feud, like all feuds in 2012, began on Twitter. While I am not allowed to share the actual tweets with you, they more or less revolved around Johnson making fun of Brown, followed up by Brown making sexual references to what he would do to her. The back and forth ended when Brown's Twitter account was deactivated. His fans, on what I guess the morons call "Team Breezy," did not take kindly to Johnson's 140 characters, and started sending her death threats.
Classic Team Breezy.
Finally, something I agree with Angus T. Jones about. Sort of. Although, I don't think Two and a Half Men is "filth" for quite the same reason (sorry church of whatever weird thing he was representing). I just think it's a terrible show regardless of what "The Enemy" believes. On a semi-related note, is it at all possible that Charlie Sheen was NOT the crazy one on Two and a Half Men? Who would have seen that coming? Anyway, if you have not yet, check out the video (and the predictable follow-up apology). It's worth watching -- which is more than I can say for the actual sitcom.
Gabriel Aubry vs. Olivier Martinez
I don't know who either of these guys are, but somehow they both have something to do with Halle Berry, who IS a legitimate celebrity. And this is certainly a legit feud, considering how Aubry's face came out looking like roses. Or maybe violets. It's hard to say what kind of flower it most resembled since it ended up so multi-colored. Looks like it was a pretty one-sided Thanksgiving brawl. Can't wait for Christmas at the Berry household!
Steven Tyler vs. Nicki Minaj
I'm not saying that Steven Tyler is a racist -- Nicki Minaj is saying that for me. To be fair, he is totally at that racist age. And whiteness. Minaj jumped all over a comment that Tyler made, saying that his fellow panelist "would have sent [Bob] Dylan to the cornfield" had he been an American Idol contestant. Nicki did not appreciate that, yelling and cursing about how he must be racist to assume she is not a Dylan fan. All things considered, I'm pretty sure Dylan is muttering indistinguishably in his grave over the fact that his name is even coming up on American Idol. Wait -- he's not dead?