This will be the second time around for this flaky teen mom on our “non role model” list. Teen Mom 2’s Jenelle Evans just can’t seem to get herself together. The troubled teen is reportedly suffering from mental health issues and needs help immediately before she loses her son forever.
Jenelle’s friend Tori Rhyme recently told RadarOnline.com:
“She has an anger problem herself. So if she gets mad, she’s going to hit her boyfriend. She means business, I guess you can say. Instead of just jumping in and beating you in the face, she’s just going to choke you first and let you know that she’s not playing around.
“Jenelle will chase you. If you’re trying to walk away from her to calm down, she won’t let you sometimes. She wants the situation to be handled right then and there. Whether it gets worse or it gets better.”
What the hell?
This is a little girl who obviously didn’t get her butt whooped while growing up and in turn throws “tantrums” when she doesn’t get her way. If it’s “mental health” that she has issues with she would see a therapist and receive treatment accordingly.
Jenelle, if you’re grown up enough to have relations and make a baby, you should be grown up enough to receive help and deal with your adult situations in a more sophisticated manner.
I’m trying my best not to judge here, but damn girl. Pull yourself together. If not for yourself, then do it for your child.
For being hard-headed and taking opportunities that have been handed to you for granted, Jenelle Evans, we again crown you our Celebrity Non Role Model of the Week.
Hard heads make a soft behind sweetie.
Ever the innovator, Dr. Dre gave gangsta rap uber fans what they’ve been yearning for for the past 16 years – the return of Tupac Shakur.
The proverbial water coolers were abuzz with talk of the move that rocked the first week of the annual Coachella music festival, a high-definition projection of the slain rapper appeared on stage to do a duet with long time friends and superstars Dr. Dre and Snoop Dog.
The crowd was awestruck as the bare-chested rapper – who was killed in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas in 1996 – rose on the stage. To watch the video is to truly see a slain rapper return. The hologram was amazingly life like – from Tupac’s signature tattoos down to his Timberland boots and gold chains. It’s being said that the videos circulating on line don’t truly capture the realism of the recreated rapper.
As a teen I have to admit that I was only mildly a fan of the controversial rapper, (I was more of a Mariah Carey, TLC kind of girl) but watching the video had me quite nostalgic, and thoroughly amazed at how far technology has come. I could only imagine how his true fans must have felt.
Dr. Dre respectfully sought permission from Shakur’s mom before he commissioned AV Concepts – an Oscar-winning digital production company – to recreate the rapper.
“We worked with Dr Dre on this and it was Dre’s vision to bring this back to life,” Nick Smith, president of AV Concepts, told MTV.
“It was his idea from the very beginning and we worked with him and his camp to utilize the technology to make it come to life.”
And although many were unsure of what to make of the haunting performance, one thing is clear: Only a true creative genius would even attempt to orchestrate such a fete. Now there are talks of Tupac’s hologram going on tour. I think Dr. Dre has started something huge.
For pulling off such an innovate project that had Tupac fans and non-fans alike absolutely speechless, Dr. Dre, we crown you our Celebrity Role Model of the Week.
Way to think outside of the box homie.
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