John Singleton poses for photographers and chats on his cell phone outside a studio in Tribeca. He’s hopefully not filming a “Fast and Furious” sequel. We need another one of those like Andy Dick needs a kick to the groin. Wait a minute, I’m not sure if that’s a good analogy.
Probably Black Jack Lanza. He wrestled with Black Jack Mulligan. The Iron Sheik also had a great mustache.
Well it started out as a good black mustache but I’m sure at some point he started putting shoe polish on there to help keep it a little more on the dark side. I’ll tell you who has an interesting mustache… Goose Gossage, the recently inducted Hall of Fame pitcher for the Yankees. I have one myself. It’s a little on the grey side. I’ve put on mustaches and beards from time to time but one day your shaving and you say ‘ sayonara baby.’
Check Mike Johnson’s full interview with the wrestling legend later this week!
By Jon Chattman
Chris Crocker had the wrong idea. Well, not really. I could throw on some makeup and cry for YouTube but it’d come off as very disturbing (how would I be able to face my wife and my empty office with the flickering lights at work?), unfunny, and would fail to generate 1/100 of the amount Crocker’s Spears tirade did. Even so, I feel I have to say this. It’s time for everyone to leave Kanye West alone. Yeah, the guy’s got a huge ego – blah blah – enough. The guy’s the best rapper of his generation, turned out the best album of the year last year, and delivers excellent videos to match.
All I’ve read about this week is how Kanye’s supposedly going to anger management – that’s supposedly bullshit, how he’s stuck with his late mother’s debt, and how the Bonnaroo crowd still isn’t over his late registration (get it?) to the fest. Oh yeah, and worst yet, he got called a “cunt” by Amy Winehouse. Pot. Kettle. Black. It’s time to stop making news where there is none. Let Kanye tour, and leave him alone. Kanye – if ever you want to share your thoughts on thecheappop.com, email me. It’d be nice to hear you talk about yourself again instead of hearing everyone else do it for you.