Fails Of The Week: Ebola, Blake Griffin, Michael Costello And More
October 24, 2014 - 5:08 pm
Maya S. Jones
Who: Blood, Sweat & Heels star Geneva Thomas
What: Reportedly clocking Melyssa Ford over the head with a bottle during a show taping
Redemption: Geneva was said to be arrested for felony assault and booked at 9:42pm Wednesday night at Manhattan's 6th Precinct. Melyssa also received three stitches in the head. For future reference, keep the claws at home.
What: Attacked by a "fan" while performing "Tuesday"... on a Tuesday
Redemption: The man who punched Makonnen has been banned from SOB's for life. Let this be a lesson in safer turn ups every day of the week.
Who: Designer Michael Costello
What: Allegedly swagger jacking designs and calling a fan a “dumb nigger” on Instagram
Redemption: Costello, designer to stars like Beyoncé, Ashanti and Meagan Good, released a statement, saying that the circulating screenshot is fake, and that he would never use such a terrible term. He said the image was edited by a "disgruntled intern" who is no longer employed by Costello.
Who: Los Angeles Clipper Blake Griffin
What: Accused of slapping a guy at a Las Vegas nightclub
Redemption: Blake was going up with his team at Tao this past weekend when he allegedly grabbed a partygoer by the neck for taking a pic of the party. It comes after Griffin lost his cool on the court during a game against the Utah Jazz. Be easy, Blake.
Who: Safaree "SB" Samuels, Nicki Minaj's hypeman and ex-boyfriend of 14 years
What: Covering up a tattoo of Onika on his chest with a terrible wolf/helmet thingamabob
Redemption: Nicki supposedly cut ties, romantic and professional, with Safaree because he was allegedly jealous of her success and didn't enjoy riding shotgun as she flourished.
Who: Rapper, The Game
What: Allegedly dating 18-year old Instagram chick, India Love
Redemption: Six month after allegations that The Game was beating on his former fiancee Tiffney Cambridge, is this really a good look? Jayceon Taylor, 34, showed WCW love to India on the 'Gram with the caption, “If you can't fuck wit her, don't fuck wit her.”
Who: This San Francisco tour guide
What: Turned all the way up with racist remarks about Chinatown during a live bus tour
Redemption: According to CBS, Christian Watts, the CEO of City Sightseeing, issued a written apology Thursday, saying, “Comments made by this former employee on her last day of employment are absolutely not a representation of how much we love and support Chinatown, and every other community in San Francisco.”
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