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Celebrity Idiots -- The Jamie Fox and Hulk Hogan Edition
Jamie Fox has a radio show on Sirius Satellite. I'm not sure why. He's an Oscar winning actor.
And they can't be paying him a lot, as those satellite stations are losing lots of money.
I've heard what Fox said on a few shows, but it was hard to understand. It sounded like his posse was all chiming in with things. But I heard the words "Miley Cyrus needs to put crack in her pipe." Something about her needing gum surgery. And, that she should do a sex tape.
At first, I was a bit bothered. I thought...Miley is a kid. And, if you're under 18, it's not cool to be made fun of. I hated reading about Amy Carter being made fun of when her dad was in the White House. And I thought it was horrible that Rush Limbaugh called Chelsea the "White House dog."
My girlfriends take was that if people thought Fox was just being a "comedian, and they have room to do things like that" (as the women on The View implied)...none of them should bitch when a person like Rush or Don Imus says things.
I thought it was funny that Billy Ray Cyrus says he's furious by these statements. Because, he didn't seem mad that his 15 year old daughter was having a relationship with a 20-year-old guy. Or that she took sexually suggestive photos when she was 15. I guess if you're making millions exploiting your kid, it's different.
Fox went on Leno, apologized; said he had a daughter the same age and understands why it was hurtful.
The next idiot was Hulk Hogan. But, if you've watched any of his reality show "Hogan Knows Best", you already knew he was a dope.
The weird thing is, I had sympathy for him when last week; his ex-wifes lawyer was talking negatively about him. He barged in on his press conference and the guy taunted him with "You had your turn to speak! What are you going to do? What, are you going to wrestle me?"
A lawyer should not only be more professional (wait...I'm expecting professionalism from a lawyer?) But...Hogan than said "I hope your son liked that autograph you asked me for." The guy then said "Yeah, he did."
Now, what kind of an idiot is that? You're his ex-wifes attorney, but you're so star-struck you're asking for an autograph?
I write for an Autograph magazine, and I've seen fans do some crazy crap. One person wrote me a letter to show his entire body signed by the Chicago Bears, which he then tattooed on himself (his bald head had the "C" logo). And that isn't even as crazy to me, as the lawyer asking for an autograph. I do think Judge Ito was close to asking O.J. to autograph his gavel.
Anyway, in an upcoming interview in Rolling Stone, Hogan admitting to knowing how O.J. felt, and how he felt like doing the same thing when he saw a 19-year-old driving his car, sleeping in his bed, and knowing that he was sleeping with his wife.
Not the smartest thing to say. But then, when his son was being tried in his case, he wore a goofy black bandana over his bald head, as he testified.
I'm not sure why he didn't wear his spandex pants and rip-away shirt, too. He could've even threatened to pile drive any bailiff that tried to take his son.
Hogan has said so many idiotic things in interviews, it's hard to keep track any more.
When the Wrestler came out, he said it was based on his life. And, it's nothing like it (other than Mickey Rourke occasionally calling people "brother").
I'm guessing if Hulk Hogan ever does go "OJ" on anyone, he won't have a problem with other prisoners messing with him.