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Kendall Jenner’s Scandalous Offers
Just as socialite youngin’ Kendall Jenner turned 18, the deals started rolling in. However, these aren’t the type of deals a dad would be proud of.

A few top porn companies started offering Kendall lucrative deals to star in an adult film, including one for over a $1 million. Kendall has been showing off her body for years (in an appropriate way) and big sister Kim Kardashian became a household name after her sex-tape with Ray J was released.

Now that Kendall’s of legal age, at least six companies are hoping they can convince her to get it on in front of the camera. One company is saying it wants to pay her $1.8 million to bump uglies. Other interested parties include Brazzers, Babes and Digital Playground. I’m sure Kim would advise against it … or maybe not.

Denver Nuggets Mascot Collapses
NBA team, the Denver Nuggets had a scary situation this past week. As their mascot, Rocky the Mountain Lion, was lowered from the Pepsi Center ceiling before their home opener, he fell to the ground motionless.

The plan called for Rocky to be lowered from the rafters with a spotlight on him, but when his descent to the floor began, Rocky didn’t move and instantly collapsed when he touched the ground.
The guy in the suit was checked out right after and walked off the court on his own. The cause is unknown but my thoughts are that suit gets pretty hot pretty fast. Someone get him some agua next time.

Chris Brown At It Again
Chris Breezy will spend the next three months in a Malibu rehab joint for his anger problems. Basically, the rehab facility has been told by those closest to him to take him apart and put him back together.

Brown is specifically getting treatment for his anger problem, which came to the surface last weekend when he was arrested for allegedly punching a guy in the face. The judge in the Rihanna case will revoke Brown’s probation, which could put him behind prison bars for up to four years.

YouTube Has Awards Now?
After a ton of hype and pre-video commercials, the first annual YouTube awards have fizzled from memory after they aired this past week. The ceremony itself was live streamed from a warehouse in New York.

It attempted to capture the spirit of early MTV awards which only occasionally succeeded. If success means a lot of views on the broadcast, this was a total flop. The live stream never went past about 215,000 people at a time. Try again next year.

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