Rob Kardashian is back! Well, sort of.
Check out RK's post (below):
[Image via Instagram.]
Seems like pretty sound advice to us!
Ariana Grande seems like she's always getting into trouble for little things, but her latest scandal may just have a bit more weight to it.
That's because, as you probably heard, the 22-year-old was caught on video licking donuts at a bakery and then saying "I hate Americans."
Well, some people obviously took offense over this stunt — including Joel McHale, who was quick to let her know what he thought about her latest antics on The Soup on Friday!
Ch-ch-check out Joel's latest pop culture commentary (below)!!!
But, it seems that might be the only down-side to having a pint-sized pop princess lick your delicious donuts.
Store owner Joe Marin revealed that since the video leaked of the 22-year-old slobbering all over her sugary sweets, traffic in his store has "tripled"!
Maybe losing a letter grade with the Health Department is just a small price to pay for a booming business! We kid, of course. Health code regulations are no laughing matter.
But even though the devious diva put Wolfee on the map, Joe says he's still "furious" about the whole thing. But he's not only upset on behalf of his precious product.
He's also "pissed off" that Ari made anti-American comments while on his property, since he is actually a Mexican immigrant who obtained American citizenship:
Kelly Clarkson once said "Some people wait a lifetime for a moment like this." We'd like to think that those lyrics apply to this moment!!!
Take a seat and prepare to stay there, because as of today Taco Bell is now offering delivery!!!
That's right!! You can now get all of the Crunchwrap Supremes and Chalupas you want without ever having to get up from your couch!!
Taco Bell released a statement on the big move, saying:
As you're probably aware, the FBI raided Jared Fogle's home on Tuesday for an investigation that could be linked to child pornography.
Well, it seems as though Subway doesn't have too much faith in their spokesperson not being into kids, because they've completely removed Jared from their website!
Prior to the Indiana Internet Crimes Against Children's investigation, Subway's website featured a section called Jared's Journey which documented the 37-year-old's weight loss and healthy lifestyle.
The page also linked to the Jared Foundation which just so happens to have Russell Taylor as the executive director — who himself was arrested two months ago!
Now that Jared has been completely wiped from the site, and his page just redirects to the main menu.
Do U think Subway jumped the gun, or do they have some inside information on the case??