Chris Brown throws tantrum in rehab

Nov 21st, 2013 | By
| Category: 2013-11-14, Columns, Entertainment, Fall 2013, Features, Pop Addict, PopAddict, Top Headlines

Written by: Anthony Pope

Hello, World—Anthony here bringing you all the latest and greatest celebrity gossip that had us buzzing this week.

First up, Chris Brown is still crazy. It’s being reported that while the singer was in rehab earlier this month, he became violent and started throwing objects at the staff. Sounds like the Breezy we all know and love.

TMZ broke the story this week that the district attorney plans to use the violent act against Brown when he shows up to court this week.

Brown entered rehab shortly after he was arrested for assault after attacking a fan outside of a Washington, D.C. hotel back in October.

Someone please come get him and save him. He obviously needs some help. At least his mixtape dropped this week. That’s good news. Right?

In the-apple-doesn’t-fall-far-from-the-tree news, Kendall Jenner shocked no one when she posted some new photos on her Twitter. The only problem is that she was topless in them.

 Jenner turned 18 only two weeks ago, and users on the social network quickly let her know they felt she was too young to show her bee stings to the public. Jenner’s sister, Khloe Kardashian-Odum, quickly came to her sister’s defense and shut her “haters” down.

“Models and photographers take beautiful artistic images,” she said. “Sit down and enjoy the view.”

Enjoy the view? Um. Okay, Khloe. Keep in mind this is the family that created a billion-dollar brand from a sex tape, so it comes as no surprise that she would defend her little sister’s choice of baring her breasts.

Wrapping things up this week, Kelly Clarkson just joined a zillion other women in Hollywood as she announced that she is expecting her first child with new husband Brandon Blackstock.

The couple married just five weeks ago in a private ceremony in Tennessee. Clarkson had been promoting her new Christmas album and recently fielded questions about when she was going to start a family.

Good for her. Maybe she can schedule a playdate with Blue Ivy and North West in the future.

That’s it for Pop Addict – or at least my version of it. It’s been my pleasure bringing you entertainment news for the past year, but like all good things, it must come to an end.

 

 

 

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