Crazy vs. Crazy
Kabbalah cult actor Charlie Sheen and his fellow cultist, Rihanna, got into an argument at a Los Angeles restaurant. Sheen and his porn star girlfriend were dining at the same Santa Monica, California restaurant as Rihanna. Sheen's girlfriend wanted to meet Rihanna leading to a request for an introduction. Stuck up, ungracious and her hay/straw-like pink wig Rihanna refused. Sheen slammed her for it. This resulted in a social networking fight between Sheen and Rihanna.
Sheen wrote, "Nice impression you left behind, Bday or not. Sorry we're not KOOL enough to warrant a blessing from the Princess (or in this case the Village idiot). Halloween isn't for a while. but good on you for testing out your costume in public. it's close; a more muted pink might be the answer, as in: none."
Sheen also stated, "You see THIS is the reason that I ALWAYS take the time. THIS is why I'm in this thing 31 awesome years. Good will and common courtesy, carefully established over time to exist radically in concert with a code of gratitude! I guess "Talk That Talk" was just a big ol lie from a big ol liar...see ya on the way down, (we always do) and actually, it was a pleasure NOT meeting you. Clearly we have NOTHING in common when it comes to respect for those who've gone before you. I'm guessing you needed those precious 84 seconds to situate that bad wig before you left the restaurant."
Sheen, as crazy as he is, has a point. Ill-mannered, arrogant stars, who are abusive to the public, as Rihanna routinely is, burn out fast. The public is going to turn on her, but she's too busy believing they hype her record label and Jay Z pay to be printed and said about her, in a pathetic practice others engage in as well. The poor record sales don't support the sponsored hype that Rihanna has deluded herself into believing.
Haughty, untalented Rihanna, was angry at Sheen calling her out to the public and responded, "Goooorrrrrrlllllll......If that old queen don't get ha diapers out of a bunch." This infuriated some gay people, as the term "queen" is interpreted as negative. Ironically, on the show "The Golden Girls" which is often touted by the gay community, homosexuals were referred to as "queens" and "queer."
The show at one point even had a gay writer at one point, Mary Cherry, who got involved in strange fights and illegal spying outside of the show. However, some gays, such as Harvey Levin of the website TMZ and Andy Cohen of Bravo network's Housewives series, take objection to it. This is confusing for the public.