Quote of the Day: Amy Winehouse – “I Want Black Kids”

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This is straight ridiculous! Amy’s been hangin’ out in St. Lucia for way too long. The island sun must be bakin’ her already fried and coked out brain. Black kids? WTF?

Some lucky British journalist was lucky (or unlucky?) enough to spend some time sniffing Amy Winehouse’s booze breath in St. Lucia, and the starlet coughed up some choice quotes in between her morning round of tequila shots. The singer, who was covered in what appeared to be self-inflicted cuts and burns, has apparently replaced crack and heroin with alcohol, and began drinking at 9am. “It feels like home here,” Amy says of the island resort she calls home. No doubt.

Amy is currently holed up in two villas that are costing her record company, Universal, around $3300 a night. She’s got six people looking after her at a cost of $410 a day, and Universal has installed a recording studio into her home away from home, in the hopes that she’ll sober enough long enough to record the follow up album to her hit Back To Black. It’s cost almost $1 million, and all Amy has to show for it is a high tolerance for hard liquor.

Amy was coherent enough to insist that she and her husband – who knocked up a woman in rehab – are “still in love.” But, she added, “I couldn’t have given him kids – and anyway I want black kids, not white kids.” Later that night she put on her make up and drew freckles on her face before hitting the bar to once again go back to black.

She needs to get clean, gain weight, stop drinking and start acting like a human being before she brings a child into the world.

Via Global Grind

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