Saturday, November 17, 2012

Blind Items Revealed

April 17, 2008

This is probably not the guy daddy wants her to bring home, so she didn't. The daughter of this fashion guru was spotted at an event getting hot and heavy with a B+ rap star. They had been doing the bathroom runs all night and spent lots of time groping and kissing, but decided not to use the bathroom for doing the dirty. Instead, they made their way outside, got into his limo for 20 minutes and then came back inside looking, well, like they had just spent 20 minutes in the back of a limo doing the nasty. Shortly thereafter, our rap star took his leave, and a different woman home with him.

Ally Hilfiger

27 comments:

Sarah said...

I hate half reveals! Who's the rapper?

JosieJo said...

I'm with Sarah. Who's the rapper.

timebob said...

and in 2008 im sure whoever the rapper is would be happy for the shout out in 2012

guesses could be TI, The Game, Flo-Rida, Nas...

CamColty said...

Does doing the bathroom runs mean snorting lines ?

Agent**It said...

The rapper is somebody that Tommy H. .... intensely dislikes? Perhaps a rapper connected to his son's felony pot bust? The son claims to be a rapper AKA "Rich Hil" .

me said...

Nick Cannon on Daily Mail 2 photos above Kenny Chesney....wouldn't call him a rapper of any level

Ingrid Superstar said...

You have to find the DM entry from April 17, 2008.

DeevaC said...

I think the rapper is Pharrell...just a guess because of snorting coke thing.

nessa said...

+1

SusanB said...

There's a rapper named Flo-Rida? *snickers*

DeevaC said...

Lol yea. He raps "low" feat t-pain and his current hit is "wild ones". He's from Florida, but his name is pronounced flow ridah

Brenda L said...

One night stand stories always make me sad. I grew up with too much Cinderella and Happy Days, I guess.

annabella said...

according to her wiki page she is:

"an American heiress, socialite, model, stylist, film and television producer and former reality show star."

I guess she thinks highly of herself, being an heirass and all.

auntliddy said...

Cheeeeeeesayyyy! Yuk!

Sarah said...

Them Applebottom jeans, boots with tha furrrrrrr

Kloie said...

Yeah, she used to have that "rich girls" show on MTV. I liked it at the time. :-/

Del Riser said...

Daddy must be so proud of all her accomplishments.

Tish said...

She went to rehab a year or so earlier. Playing with fire. I actually really liked her in the reality show she was on. She seemed kind of awkward and sweet.

The Black Cat said...

I believe Tommy H has a reputation for being racist, but I think that was a rumour that was going around and unfounded. Several friends who are Asian refuse to wear his clothing.

April Walsh said...

Go to Snopes on the Hilfiger racist lie. It was basically saying he hates that his clothing is popular with black people. There were variations, with him getting kicked off Oprah or some nonsense.

The same kind of crap was passed around about Lauryn Hill that year, I think, saying she hated that white people buy her music. It's so stupid that both of these people were torn down by some dumb-ass rumor.

And hi. First time commenting.

Greengrl said...

I have a connection with the Hilfigers, not saying how but I have known the family for several years, including extended family. I can say that Tommy is NOT a racist. His close friend from childhood is black & heads his charity foundation, Guy Vickers. He is also good friends with Swiss Beatz & Alicia Keys, has been for many years & they are always at his shows & events.

Unfortunately Ally & his son Rich have serious drug problems. Ally also has an eating disorder & likes to drink. I was at a Tommy event that she attended with her friends. By the end of the night she could hardly stand & had very loose lips. She was all over my friend in the middle of the street. We put her & her friends in a cab & hoped we wouldn't see it on a blog the next day.

The Black Cat said...

The wording of this blind leads me to believe Enty bought into this rumour at the time it was written.

Dee Lurker said...

Holy sh*t what is up with all the new insider commenters-wait-commentators...?? Lucky us!

Laura M said...

I was interested in finding out who the rapper was more than the fashion guru's daughter. Darn it!

jax said...

except that Lauren Hill is on video saying this "If I knew my album would have been this big with the whites, I probably never would have made it."

We all saw it.

cowbulls said...

Yuck, just yuck.

April Walsh said...

Jax, can you produce this video or interview of Lauryn saying this? Everyone says that it exists, but I've never seen an actual link or transcript of this comment she keeps being accused of making. And I don't think Lauryn is powerful enough to hush such things up.

Unless I see proof, I will continue to believe that she was unfairly maligned and her career suffered because of it.

http://www.snopes.com/quotes/lauryn.asp

also from her wikipedia page:

In 1996, a caller on The Howard Stern Show mentioned that he heard Lauryn Hill state on MTV "I would rather have my family starve than have white people buy my albums".[22] MTV publicly disclaimed the quotation, and after a discussion on The Howard Stern Show, May 21, 1996, Hill herself (with Wycleaf Jean) called in from Norway to refute the rumor, stating "How can I possibly be a racist? My music is universal music. And I believe in God. If I believe in God, then I have to love all of God's creations. There can be no segregation".[22][23] She also told Teen People magazine "There's absolutely nothing racist about anything in my heart".[22] In a later interview with MTV, Hill stated "Everybody has to be really careful on what they read and hear. Because of what some radio personality chose to say, he had a bunch of people believing something that they never actually seen or heard themselves, but just heard a rumor."[23] As this rumor continued through the press, Hill repeatedly asserted in later interviews that this accusation was false, that she never made such statements, would never make such statements, and that she is in no way racist.[22][24]