Tiki Barber is here to pull us out of our quarantine funk. “SNL” Pete Davidson gave one of his funniest best performances — from his basement. And Blac Chyna’s charging big bucks, but for what?
Here’s a closer look at today’s stories:
How Pete Davidson’s basement apartment compares to Drake’s mansion
Pete Davidson showed off his basement abode in his mother’s Staten Island home during the “SNL At Home” episode.
In a pre-taped sketch directed by his mom, Amy, the star did his best approximation of a Drake tune, titled “This Is A Drake Song,” and treated fans to highlights of his pad, including a Pac-Man arcade game, parking signs, framed basketball jerseys and track lighting.
Drake showed off his own 50,000-square-foot mansion in Architectural Digest last week, revealing his spread has a 4,000-pound tub, 1-ton bed, indoor pool and full basketball court.
Davidson, who like Drake has dated a string of Hollywood beauties, danced around and lamented missing an ex. He was recently linked to Kaia Gerber.
Blac Chyna criticized for $950 FaceTime calls, $250 Instagram follows
Blac Chyna has found a new side hustle.
The 31-year-old Lashed Cosmetics owner and former “Rob & Chyna” reality star is charging $950 for a virtual chat with her on FaceTime and $250 to follow a fan back on Instagram, both via her business’s website.
Fans who are unable to pay the cash upfront have the option of doing so with four interest-free installments. Naturally, Chyna, who is in an ongoing custody battle with ex Rob Kardashian, is being called out for her newfound business venture.
“This women has officially hit rock bottom …. @BLACCHYNA is selling a follow back for $250 and a FaceTime call for $950.. and there’s payment plan available,” one person wrote on Twitter. “You can’t make this s—t up.”
“Blac Chyna out here selling follow backs,” noted a fan. “Can’t knock the hustle tho.”
Others shamed her for charging such steep prices amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
“Why @BLACCHYNA out here selling follow backs and FaceTimes w/ her for mad money? Have you seen how high unemployment is right now?” another tweeted.
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