Friday, November 10, 2017

Blind Item #2

The one causing all the drama on this network reality show is this former A list tweener. Apparently she has taken on some of her boyfriend's qualities and become even more racist than she was. Yes, that was her dropping the N word the other day talking about her co-star.

15 comments:

Dallas v said...

Miley

Sd Auntie said...

Miley was banging some black guy a few years back. Wanna say record producer. Liam is racist? Wow

Crazy Floridian said...

I didnt think Miley was on the Voice this go around. Is Celebrity Big Brother filming yet?

MamaLo said...

Also - Miley & Liam secretly married about 6 months ago. Not sure If calling Liam her boyfriend should be disqualifying or not though...

Truthseeker said...

Miley is on the voice, but Miley is far from racist. I find it hard to believe that Liam is, but Jennifer Hudson is on the voice with her, then again, MIley has spent alot of time with one of her close friend Snoop, and her really close friends Pharell, and Wiz. They used to always be together. But who knows anymore, after reading this site for awhile, nothing really surprises me.

Pink_Palace said...

Most Aussies are far from racist. Their culture is very different. It was populated in the beginning via prisoners brought over from England aka a penal colony.

Crazycatlady said...

Um - the Aboriginal people from Oz would disagree with you on that one.

Fufu Lou said...

+1 Exactly

Sharper Teeth said...

This feels like Debbie Gibson

Pink_Palace said...

Sad thing is that you rarely see the indigenous these days as they are now called...I stand by my original statement, having lived there for months @ a time. The island was populated via the prisoners. Yes, the indigenous were treated like Native Americans (not nice @ all), but a couple of centuries have passed. I have never been around racist Aussies. I am sure they exist, but there are far fewer racist Aussies vs. racist Americans.

SororSalsa said...

Hmm, I went to Australia two years ago. When I was in the city proper, I didn't have any racist interactions (I'm African American) and people were nice. But while I was staying in the suburbs of Melbourne with a friend, I did see some racist behavior. I literally had a couple stop their van in the middle of the street to stare at me and ask me what I was doing there and where I was going and what business did I have in the neighborhood.

Pink_Palace said...

SororSalsa, that stinks! I am so sorry!! most of my time has been spent in Sydney to the Whitsundays. The Aussies are some of the nicest people overall. The “bogans” (similar to American rednecks or uneducated) have a few racist people, but those well-traveled, which is the majority of the country are not. They get four weeks of holidays so they have plenty of time and since they are so far out in the middle of nowhere, even those making minimum age travel outside the country.

LizOz said...

So sad to hear SororSalsa (love Melbourne, lived there for 6 years) but unfortunately doesn't really surprise me - depending on the suburb. I guess there are racists everywhere 😕

Wellywood said...

Kiwi here. We think Australians are notoriously rascist. Did you ever go to Queensland or the Northern Territories?

Fufu Lou said...

Lots of indigenous abound if you go to where they've been relocated, those that escaped forced assimilation. They've been turfed out of the main cities so developers can get rich through property sales or resource mining. I live in the far north its a very multi-cultural population up here and you see aboriginals all the time. Oz is a continent not an island by the way and with a population of around 25m (that doesn't care to include Aboriginals as citizens)so there are indeed fewer racist Australians than Americans, only by virtue of numbers. It requires more than saying one isn't racist to not actually be racist.

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