Farrah Abraham vs. Kendra Wilkinson: Unexpected Feud Alert!

Farrah Abraham for MTV

When we first learned that Farrah Abraham would appear on Marriage Boot Camp, our initial reaction could be summed up with the letters “W,” “T,” and “F.”

After all, Farrah’s not married, and she’s currently not even in a relationship (though the fact that she was single didn’t stop her from appearing on VH1’s Couple’s Therapy).

Then we found out that this was the “family edition” of the show, and we went from confused to way too excited.

You see, Farrah’s family is almost as messed up as Farrah herself.

Her parents spend an inordinate amount of time together despite being divorced.

On top of that, Farrah’s mother, Debra Danielsen wants to be a rapper, while her father, Michael Abraham, is basically a human doormat.

Michael and Debra can’t quite rise to Farrah’s level of insanity, but they make a noble effort, and we commend them for it.

Of course, in order to get a feel for just how emotionally unstable a person is, you have to get them out of their comfort zone and put them in the presence of someone who will call them on their bullsh-t.

Enter Kendra Wilkinson.

Kendra has plenty of messed-up marriage experience, but she’s appearing on Marriage Boot Camp in order to sort out her issues with her mother – and to lock horns with Farrah.

Kendra opened up about her time on set with the Abrahams, and she’s not shy about admitting that she wanted absolutely nothing to do with them.

(Which is, of course, the perfect reaction to being forced to spend time with Farrah and her family.)

“I respect everybody and their situation and their problems. But, I don’t know, I didn’t really – their whole little thing, I wanted to not be in the same room with them,” Kendra recently told People magazine.

The shade-throwing continued when Kendra …read more

Source:: The Hollywood Gossip

Aaron Hernandez: Gay Prison Lover Identified?

Aaron Hernandez as a Patriot

Last week, the world was shocked to learn that former New England Patriots tight end and convicted murderer Aaron Hernandez was found dead in his prison cell after having apparently taken his own life.

As details of the 27-year-old’s final moments emerged, it became clear that the tragic incident might forever be surrounded in mystery.

Authorities confirmed that Hernandez scrawled a Bible passage on his forehead in red ink and used the same ink to create the appearance of wounds on his hands and feet in apparent reference to the crucifixion of Christ.

The Bible in his cell lay open to the chapter and verse written on his forehead, and tucked inside the pages were three separate suicide notes:

One was addressed to Hernandez’s former fiancee, another to his 4-year-old daughter, and a third to a fellow inmate.

It’s been widely reported that the inmate was Hernandez’s gay lover.

Details about the convict were slow to emerge, but today, Radar Online is identifying him as Kyle Kennedy, a 22-year-old Massachusetts man serving a sentence on armed robbery charges.

The contents of the letters remain unknown, but those familiar with the situation say there’s little doubt that Hernandez and Kennedy were involved in a romantic relationship.

Insiders add that prior to his death, Hernandez transferred ownership of a $50,000 watch to Kennedy as a gift for when he’s released from prison.

Kennedy has reportedly been on suicide watch ever since the night when Hernandez’s body was found.

Kennedy has been in prison since January of 2015, when he was arrested after robbing a gas station cashier with a knife.

The revelation that Hernandez may have been bisexual sheds new light on the details of his murder conviction.

Throughout the trial, a Hernandez associate named Ernest Wallace claimed that Hernandez’s victim, Odin Lloyd, repeatedly taunted the athlete with gay …read more

Source:: The Hollywood Gossip

Poem of the Day: ‘The Body Mutinies’ by Lucia Perillo

When the doctor runs out of words and still
I won’t leave, he latches my shoulder and
steers me out doors.

So begins Lucia Perillo’s “The Body Mutinies,” from our February 1996 issue. Perillo passed away last October after decades of living with and writing about multiple sclerosis. She was diagnosed with the disease at the age of 30, and her awareness of her mortality and struggles with her failing body shaped her often humorous, often heartbreaking verse in the years that followed.

In “The Body Mutinies,” Perillo deals with the dazed realization of a new kind of life in the immediate aftermath of diagnosis with affecting simplicity and clarity. Here are a few more lines:

& me not griefstruck yet but still amazed: how
words and names—medicine’s blunt instruments—
undid me

Read the full poem here. Then, take a look at Perillo’s more metaphysical “Pharaoh,” from our October 2010 issue.

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Source:: The Atlantic – Culture