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Jamie Foxx's Alleged Gay Lifestyle Exposed
Posted by wendyista.blogspot.com at 9:26 PM | PERMALINK | Labels: Gossip, How You Doin, Jamie Foxx


Jamie Foxx's actions in this photo speaks volumes; Plies better watch out.

It's been a few months now since Stephen Taliver allegedly attacked Jamie in a Philly hotel room. Jamie said today about Taliver: "He's now on a 60-day hold in a psych unit... God bless him, I hope everything works out for him."

But, why we're really posting his comment isn't because it's a good gesture, but because we've been waiting for an opportunity to post the rest of this entry, which comes from a publicist who suggests Jamie arranged to meet Taliver for sex (but things didn't go as planned), and the singer/actor and his PR firm have been paying off gay men and fudging the truth for years -- all to keep Jamie's gay lifestyle under wraps.

Here's the post from Lipstick Alley: [ start clutching your pearls now! ]

First, let me start off by saying that this is obviously a fake username and no I don't have an account on here. I've been a lurker on LSA for quite some time and it was directly related to my job. My job in fact had me lurking on various message boards to find things out about my firm's clients. What do I do? More like what did I do? I was a publicist in one of the top 5 firms in Hollywood (no not Roger & Cowan). The latter part should make it obvious that I am neither A. nor W., which means I was not nor have I ever been Jamie's publicist but I know things.

From here on out anyone I can't outright name will be called by the letter of their first or last name and bolded.

Some of this "tea" (as you call it) will be old because it goes back to early 2004 but it is quite relavent to now.

Back in early 2004 Jamie Foxx was in a club in which a man came up to him and supposedly said what's up to Jamie and then proceeded to "grab his breast" <-Jamie's exact wording. This is how the story was spun by the PR firm. However, lets disect this a bit. What gay man do you know would actually go up to a straight man and grabs his pecs regardless if he knows him or not? Gay men are already afaird to openly hit on guys who are not in a gay club anyway so why did this guy feel so comfortable enough to do this? That's because a few weeks earlier him and Jamie had sex. What he actually said to him was, "Hey baby. What's up?" Jamie was furious and hit the guy. His PR firm spun the story away and apparently dude was paid off. Another encounter happens again. His PR firm hushes it. Jamie is on thin fucking ice with his team and he knows. Another incident happens. How do they decide to spin this one away? Well, what all PR firms have done! They make up an elaborate story. Do you all remember when some sex photos of Jamie Foxx and some woman came out? They claimed that a man named Mark Pithian from Las Vegas went through Jamie's trash and found the pictures. Mark Pithian doesn't fucking exist. Pithian apparently was a victim of a beating by some of Jamie's supposed friends (which the PR firm had him deny, the point of the story was to make him seem straight not a thug). Mark Pithian then filed a police report that you can read on a certain site. Said site was contacted by the PR firm to hide the victim's name, which they did. Now ask yourself why? The firm leaked the damn story and even mentioned the man's name several times. That's because dude doesn't exist! I want all of you LSA detectives to find me Mark Pithian in Las Vegas. He was made up. If you're shaking your head and calling me a liar then continue on with me here... Fast forward to now with this creepy old dude who Jamie thought was Bey's producer. C'mon! You can't tell me that you don't see through this shit. I was a bit surprised by the lazy PR work but I'm sure they will redeem this one. When Jamie sets up his meetings with men he makes sure that his bodyguard is not present, which would clearly explain why he had to tackle the man off himself. As for the naked bastketball games I know it's true but the info I have isn't first or second hand but from what I was told the game starts off naked and whoever doesn't make a basket has to do a sexual favor. Don't hold me onto to that. What I do know is that the PR firm made him sell his house because a few neighbors saw more then what they were supposed to see. Anyway, that's it for now. here's the audio from "Superhead" alleging he was gay as well a few years back.



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What Would You Do if You Found $6 Million in Your Bank Account?

Posted by wendyista.blogspot.com at 10:11 AM | PERMALINK | Labels: Legal, Random




New Zealand police have launched an international search for a couple who fled with millions of dollars after NZ$10 million ($6.05 million) was accidentally deposited into their bank account.

Detective Senior Sergeant David Harvey of New Zealand Police said in a statement on Thursday that an investigation team was working with Westpac Bank on the case.

New Zealand's news agency NZPA said the couple, who ran a gas station in the northern city of Rotorua, had applied to Westpac Bank for a NZ$10,000 ($6,176) overdraft but 1,000 times that amount was paid into their account in error.

"The individuals associated with this account are believed to have left New Zealand and police (are) working through Interpol to locate those individuals," Harvey said in a statement.

"Westpac Bank has recovered some of the money which had been inappropriately withdrawn."

He refused to say how much of the money had been recovered or give any other details. He would not comment on which country the couple may have fled to.

But local newspaper The Rotorua Review quoted a source saying that a police liaison officer was sent to China recently to search for the couple.

Westpac refused to confirm the amount of money missing but in a statement said the bank was "pursuing vigorous criminal and civil action to recover the sum of money stolen."

Banking ombudsman Liz Brown told Rotorua's The Daily Post newspaper that generally it was a criminal offence for people to spend money that was accidentally put into their bank account if they knew it did not belong to them.

In her 15 years as banking ombudsman she said she had been involved in 10 to 20 cases of this kind which were legally referred to as "payment by mistake."

Playboy is for $ALE. (talk about hard times.lol)





Playboy Enterprises, the far-flung empire founded by Hugh Hefner in 1953, is quietly being shopped around for $300 million, sources tell the Post.

But so far, well-heeled suitors that have been approached, like Apollo Capital Partners and Providence Equity Partners, haven't stepped up.

The battered company's market capitalization is now around $100 million and nobody has been willing to pay the substantial premium that it would take to persuade Hef to sell.

Sources said the sellers are looking for far more than the company's market capitalization because that would ensure Hef has enough on hand to maintain his lavish lifestyle.

"Everyone says he'll never let go, that he'll take it with him to the grave," said one source.

The empire's iconic bunny ears are one of the most identifiable trademarks in the world, but the empire has fallen on hard times as the Internet and video-on-demand have eroded its core brand, the magazine.

Hefner, now 83 years old, said recently that one of his biggest regrets was taking Playboy public.

He still controls about 70 percent of the voting stock, and as of March 31, the second-biggest shareholder was Wells Capital, which held a 10 percent stake. Fidelity is third at 7 percent.

Sources said that James Griffiths, a former president of the entertainment group, has been involved in the potential sale process.

Playboy has been under intense pressure and has been furiously cutting costs. In the most recent quarter, the company said it lost $13.7 million, compared with a loss of $4.2 million a year ago. Revenue eroded to $61.6 million in the quarter from $78.5 million a year ago.

Christie Hefner, Hef's daughter, stepped down as CEO in January and formally left the board at its annual meeting last week, severing her ties.

A Playboy spokeswoman said, "We have not received a proposal for purchase, nor has Mr. Hefner indicated that he will listen to proposals regarding a sale. However, as a public company, we will listen to proposals that could create value for all of our shareholders."