A lot of people think Gary Busey is just some weirdo they've seen on The Apprentice, but they haven't heard his whole story. Yeah, he can be quirky, and parts of the video are no exception, but he always means well, and he has an important cause that's very close to his heart…
… or brain, we should say!
Gary was in a motorcycle accident in 1988 that killed him. He wasn't wearing a helmet, and he cracked open his skull. During the emergency brain operation, he literally died.
Of course, he was brought back, and we're glad that he's doing okay — and he's working tirelessly to make sure what happened to him doesn't happen to anyone else, especially those who might not survive!
Check out the PSA he's recorded (above) for Traumatic Brain Injury Month!
Donald Trump and his fave business-savvy celebrities are back for Celebrity Apprentice: All-Stars!
Although we still have to wait until March 3rd to see if Gary Busey loses his shizz or if Bret Michaels can take the title for a second time, we at least have a little sneak peek at the dramz to come (above)!
Nothing like grown adults fighting like cats and dogs!
Actually, cats and dogs might be better behaved. LOLz!
How many decades will it take for Under Siege and Point Break to earn Gary Busey a half mil in residuals!?
That's a question only he and his accountant can answer, though we wouldn't be surprised if they aren't on speaking terms these days!
After declaring bankruptcy in February and spending the last 10 months of his life begging the courts for fiscal mercy, the 68 year-actor found a small reprieve when the judge waved around $50k of his tremendous debt!
That's only a fraction of the problem, however — Gary still owes over $450,000 in state and federal taxes and those burdens will NOT be waived!!
We aren't sure what he might do next, but thankfully he remains in good spirits.
We were waiting for that jaw-dropping moment at the 2015 VMAs-- and we think Kanye Westjust checked off that box!
The All Day performer was awarded the night's honorable Video Vanguard Award, presented to him by Taylor Swift, who spoke about the infamous "Imma let you finish" fiasco from six years ago.
But when Yeezy took to the stage, he made it abundantly clear that he doesn't understand award shows!
After relishing in the applause for a bit too long, the rapper gave a long-winded speech that seemed to start out as an apology for his past antics, then turned into throwing MTVunder the bus for only wanting good ratings, and then he reminded us that children are the future.
'Ye wrapped up his speech the best way possible -- by, what else, announcing that he'll be running for president in 2020! (Yes, srsly!)
Check out the speech (above) and see if you think Kanye is seriously running for prez!