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Younes Bendjima Doesn’t Want Anyone Else to See Kourtney Kardashian’s Butt!

In a bizarre display of apparent jealousy, Younes Bendjima slammed Kourtney Kardashian over a simple thong photo that she shared to Instagram.

He quickly deleted the comment, but not in time to prevent the whole world from seeing him bite the hand that feeds him.

Now, we’re learning that he wasn’t joking — as well as the reason for which he lashed out.

Kourtney looks great in this pic, right?

Too great, if you ask Younes Bendjima.

In a now-deleted Instagram comment, Younes wrote: “That’s what you need to show to get likes?”

At first, most people — including us — assumed that he was probably joking. An insider even suggested as much.

It turns out that his comment was fueled by genuine feelings of jealousy. This sounds so unhealthy.

Sources tell E! that Kourtney is frustrated with Younes’ comment.

(Keep in mind that E! is the very same network that airs Keeping Up With The Kardashians, so we’re inclined to give these words their due weight)

“Kourtney doesn’t appreciate Younes posting his feelings in a public forum and being impulsive,” the insider shares.

We would imagine not. He may be her boy toy, but he should act like a grown-up.

“She’s frustrated,” the source continues. “That he continues to get upset about it.”

And by it, the source means Kourtney having a but and showing it off.

“She isn’t going to stop doing what she’s doing,” the insider reassures the world. “And feels like he needs to understand and deal with it.”

“Younes gets jealous and can be possessive of Kourtney,” the insider explains.

Apparently, that was his motivation for commenting. Ridiculous.

“When she posts half naked pictures,” the source continues. “He gets very upset.”

Not only is modeling a huge part of her brand, but Younes also has a modeling career. He should know better.

This is such an absurd reaction to a fairly tame pic.

The insider says: “He wants her for himself and doesn’t want to share her with the world.”

Good thing for him that Kourtney is just a rich model taking photos in her bikini, and not the sex worker equivalent of Santa Claus, visiting every home on the planet in a single night.

But the source does reveal what may have been really going on with Younes to make him lash out.

“It was sad when they had to say goodbye,” the source explains. “And she returned to the States.”

So he’s not with her at the moment.

“He’s been missing her like crazy,” the insider says. “And got emotional.”

That’s not an excuse, but it might explain it.

It sounds like Younes needs some emotional hand-holding.

“Kourtney has explained its part of her job and it’s not going to change,” the source says firmly.

Good. No woman, and especially no Kardashian, should give up her career in favor of her boyfriend’s ego.

The insider admits: “but it still makes him uncomfortable and upset.”

The source does acknowledge: “He overreacted and put up a comment without thinking it through.”

“Then,” the insider says. “He realized [that] what he did made it even worse.”

Feeling bad is one thing. Embarrassing your girlfriend in front of the whole dang planet is worse.

“He was just not thinking in the moment,” the source explains. “And got emotional.”

It’s unfortunately not uncommon for men to experience possessiveness or other irrational feelings towards their partners.

This is part of why some say that men are in general too emotional to be President, but that’s beside the point.

Though some Instagram commenters engaged in gleeful slut-shaming of Kourtney for daring to have a butt, others were firmly on her side.

“Aye tbh he sayin she thirsty and other people are too,” one commenter wrote. “But I promise she ain’t thirsty bc the girl can get any guy she wants.”

The wise commenter continues, saying: “So her bf need to chill out bc she ain’t thirsty bro she with u bc she wants you so calm down for you catch these hands.”

That was all good except for the part about catching hands. Please do not threaten violence, even in jest.

“It still isn’t appropriate to post,” another wrote of Younes’ comment. “He isn’t her boss. She is her own boss.”

She sure is.

We hope that Younes can put on his big-boy pants and accept his wildly successful girlfriend for who she is.

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Britney Spears Suffers Nip Slip on Stage, Doesn’t Give AF

Britney Spears is a living legend, a wonderful mother, and anabsolute music phenomenon. She is also currently on her Piece of Me Tour.

On Saturday, she suffered a bit of a wardrobe malfunction while on stage. Specifically, it was a nip slip.

An insider close to the tour is dishing on exactly how Britney is reacting to the realization that she was flashing the entire crowd for a couple of minutes.

On June 14, Britney Spears experienced a nip slip — or rather, her audience did. Neither she nor her dancers seemed to notice for a full two minutes.

Now, a source explains to HollywoodLife that Britney's nip slip was no big deal.

"Britney is so not bothered by wardrobe malfunctions," the insider reveals.

"At this stage in her career," the source continues. "They’re like second nature to her."

She's had a lot of shows and a lot of costumes in 20 years.

"She just rolls with it," the insider explains.

It totally makes sense that Britney is unfazed by the nip slip. Realistically, the naked eye is not going to be able to spot the naked nipple on stage.

"She will," the source admits. "Make sure to use some stronger tape going forward though."

That's smart. Just because you don't freak out about something doesn't mean that you want for it to happen again.

Britney will do this, the insider states, "as she doesn’t want to intentionally flash the audience!"

Of course not!

There's nothing wrong with nipples, but they should only come out to play when you want them to.

There's more than just Britney's life experience that gives her such a calm attitude.

The insider explains, reminding us that "Britney is on stage every night pretty much."

This is a grueling tour. Thankfully, she's in the best shape of her life.

Britney works hard to keep her body like this, and it pays off.

"And," the source continues. "She’s used to changing quickly in and out of outfits backstage."

That is all part of the business.

The insider points out that these costume changes take place "in front of her dancers,"

Her dancers are all professionals — and plenty of them are changing clothes in these moments, too.

But Britney has grown accustomed to the exposure, the insider dishes, "so being naked doesn’t faze her."

Kind of like how your first no-clothes party in college was probably kind of awkward, but by your fifth you were grumbling about having to wear clothes to and from the party.

Britney is a world-savvy adult "and nip slips aren’t mortifying to her." the source explains.

Not, the insider points out, "like they would be to a lot of other people."

If, say, Taylor Swift were to have a wardrobe malfunction that led to her being partially nude on stage, it would be a huge deal.

Taylor is younger and is very deliberate about how much of her body she is willing to reveal.

Britney's been at this longer and very naturally has become more accustomed to little slip-ups that can happen on stage.

It goes with the territory when you're one of the greatest performers in human history.

Good for Britney for having a healthy sense of perspective!

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‘Bachelor’ Alum Corinne Olympios Doesn’t Buy Colton Underwood’s a Virgin

Corinne Olympios isn’t buying what Colton Underwood is selling on “The Bachelorette” — insisting the ex-football player’s already swiped his V card.  The villain from Nick Viall’s ‘Bachelor’ season was in Venice on Monday when she…

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‘Bachelor’ Alum Corinne Olympios Doesn’t Buy Colton Underwood’s a Virgin

Corinne Olympios isn’t buying what Colton Underwood is selling on “The Bachelorette” — insisting the ex-football player’s already swiped his V card.  The villain from Nick Viall’s ‘Bachelor’ season was in Venice on Monday when she…

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Jenelle Evans: David Eason Doesn’t Abuse Me! LEAVE ME ALONE!

Ever since David Eason first appeared on Teen Mom 2, there have been lots and lots of viewers who believe that he's abusive in some way to Jenelle Evans.

And that's for many, many reasons.

Obviously we can't say for sure what's going on down in that sinking swamp house, but we can consider what Jenelle herself has to say about it.

Which is convenient, because in her latest Twitter rant, she had a whole mess of things to say about it!

1. Shady Dave

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So David Eason … he’s never been a likable character on Teen Mom 2, we’ll say that much.

2. "The Worst"

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He came into Jenelle’s life shortly after a breakup with Nathan Griffith — there were many breakups, but obviously David popped in after that last one. And before too long, Jenelle’s mother, dear Barbara, was proclaiming that he was the worst boyfriend she’s ever had.

3. THAT Bad?!

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Which, if you consider Jenelle’s dating history, is a pretty bold claim.

4. Bad News

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Barbara has said that David is too controlling, and we have to say, based on the footage we’ve seen of him on the show, that seems pretty accurate.

5. What a Creep

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Early in their relationship, David decided that Jenelle shouldn’t be talking to Barbara or Nathan at all, and instead, he’d speak to them regarding anything concerning Jace or Kaiser. It was a great big red flag, but things only got worse from there.

6. Lots and Lots of Claims

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For instance, remember when we found out about David’s arrest history? And, more importantly, about those awful court documents filed by the woman he dated just before Jenelle?

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Tyler Baltierra Claps Back at Haters: My Mental Health Doesn’t Make Me a Bad Parent!

Earlier this week, Teen Mom OG star Tyler Baltierra shared a poem about his heartbreaking suicide attempt. It must have taken a lot of courage for him to share such an intimate piece of self-expression.

Unfortunately, some people had the nerve to use this opportunity to suggest that he and Catelynn shouldn’t be allowed to be parents because of their mental health.

Tyler took to Twitter to clap back against this very dangerous line of thinking.

One Twitter user, an Instagram model whose claim to fame is having been on Bad Girls Club, decided to ask a not-so-innocent question about Tyler and Catelynn.

“Sad that him and his wife are struggling with depression and bi polar disorder,” Danielle says.

Unfortunately, she did not stop there.

Tyler and Catelynn have her sympathies, “but is that really a healthy environment for a child to grow up in?” she asks.

She also does that thing that some people do when they have a decent following on social media and would rather be able to say that they are “starting a conversation” than voicing an opinion.

“[I don’t know,] thoughts people?” she asks, as if her entire tweet were just an innocuous question about Catelynn’s hairstyle.

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Tyler saw this and, very understandably, felt the need to speak out.

“So everyone who has a mental health issue shouldn’t be allowed to have children?” he tweeted.

You can really feel his righteous indignation.

Tyler continued, describing parenting as getting to “experience the most beautiful thing this life can give you.”

Not everyone will necessarily agree that parenting, with its many ups and downs, qualifies for that lofty superlative … but we’ll let it slide for the moment.

“It’s the same,” Tyler continues. “As telling someone who has diabetes or any manageable condition, that they shouldn’t have kids.”

Sadly, people have probably made arguments along those lines, too. No, wait, people have definitely made arguments along those lines. And it’s horrifying.

Tyler makes his feelings clear, writing: “I highly disagree with that!”

Tyler was not the only one who strenuously objects to the notion that people being treated for their mental health are disqualified from being parents.

One Twitter user replied to the original tweet: “Wow really?? I have anxiety and manic depression as well! I’ve raised two healthy sons to adulthood! Shame on you for that statement! I’ve had this since age 20! I’m 44 now!”

Yep!

“This is the problem with most people,” another person tweeted. “If they have never experienced it they can’t understand. I’m raising 3 children while I suffer from anxiety. I’m a GREAT mom and they are very well taken care of! I am on medication and I take care of myself so I can take care of them!”

Many mental illnesses are totally treatable. If you argue that someone’s depression makes them a bad parent, you sound like a sleezy divorce lawyer.

Another tweets: “Were you not just begging twitter to pay your rent a few months ago? Worry about yourself & not the mental health of others.. btw Tyler is a WONDERFUL dad.”

Wow. Somebody brought some reciepts to the roast.

Another wrote, more simply: “Just because they struggle doesn’t mean [they’re] bad parents.”

Others simply couldn’t believe this woman’s audacity to ask the question.

“Why in 2018 is mental health still being stigmatised?!” another tweeter asks. “Why should people feel ashamed for having an illness that is out with their control?! This needs to STOP!”

Another decided that Danielle needed a little more roasting.

This person tweeted: “At least their kids can look back and see that their parents had positive impact in life and on tv. What are your kids gna see when they google your name? Bad girls clubs clips bahaha now thats sad.”

People who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw shade.

Others, however, defended the question … sort of.

“I don’t think it’s a bad question,” another fan tweeted. “You have to truly understand that some are completely unaware of how it feels to live with a mental illness. Educate those whom do not understand.”

That’s a good point, honestly — sometimes, people have to ask questions to learn. Even if those questions have horrifying implications.

Speaking of horrifying thoughts, however, some people went above and beyond when agreeing with Danielle’s question.

One person tweeted: “Selective breeding, we do it with animals, why not humans…only way to stabilize society and weed out illness.”

Let’s just hope that this person is, like, 12 and still coming to grasp with right and wrong. Because, and I hate Nazi comparisons, but … that is one scary tweet.

Obviously, if someone is a bad parent, either abusive or neglectful or otherwise unable to give their child love and support, the child needs a better home where they can be safe and healthy.

But mental illness — in addition to being treatable — does not disqualify someone from being an amazing parent. It’s just a thing that they have to deal with.

In fact, that personal struggle can make them more empathetic to a child’s potential struggles.

In the mean time, the world has no shortage of truly awful parents who don’t have any mental illness. Being a terrible person is a character trait, not an ailment.

Good for Tyler for sticking up for himself, his wife, and for every other parent with mental health struggles.

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Pistons’ Eric Moreland Doesn’t Care LiAngelo Ball Went Undrafted, ‘He’ll Be Fine’

Pistons power forward Eric Moreland doesn’t see a problem with LiAngelo Ball not getting picked in Thursday’s NBA draft … telling TMZ Sports, if Gelo works hard enough — it won’t even matter!! See, Moreland went undrafted himself back in…

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