We can kind of see Yeezy identifying with Patrick Bateman… Historically, Kanye West has never been one to shy away from collaborating on any creative frontier. And because these collaborations more often than not birth quality results, fans should keep an eye out for an upcoming film project with American Psycho author, Bret Easton. During an interview with Noisey, Easton briefly spoke on working with the G.O.O.D. Music creative.
There was some hesitancy in the writer’s statements, though, as he said, “You know what, I can’t. It’s in Kanye Land, and that’s subject to a whole other time frame,” when initially asked what they were cooking up. Easton did reveal how he and West became creatively involved. “He came and asked me to write the film. I didn’t want to at first. Then I listened to Yeezus,” he revealed. “He’d given me an advance copy, and I thought, regardless of whether I’m right for this project, I want to work with whoever made this…”
Faheem “T-Pain” Najm admits that he’s now striving to be a better husband to his wife of 11 years, Amber Najm. But according to the rapper/singer, things weren’t always that way. In fact, he confesses to being quite the opposite just a few short years ago.
“I can’t lie: There was a time in the beginning of my career where all this stuff was going to my head and I would just go and do leisurely things and pretty much I would venture off with other women,” the Tallahassee native revealed during an interview with Sister 2 Sister.
Luckily for him, Amber stuck around long enough to allow him to transform into a better man. But it appears that this transformation didn’t take place overnight. From the looks of it, the “I’m Sprung” singer had to do plenty of soul searching…
Looks like CBS Sports is headed for a major shakeup come next football season. According to Yahoo’s Shutdown Corner blog, the channel is bringing on recently retired Latino NFL tight end Tony Gonzalez as a commentator and showing longtime legends Dan Marino and Shannon Sharpe the door. While they haven’t found a second commentator just yet, they may wait another season to hire someone else in hopes they can get Peyton Manning to join them when he retires. In a statement, CBS Sports chairman Sean McManus explained the former Falcons tight end’s involvement in the network:
“Having just stepped off the playing field, Tony brings a fresh and insightful perspective. As a future Hall of Famer, we are excited for him to share his knowledge, experiences and opinions with our viewers…”