Did you even know that Akon tried to make a social media website?? It's true!
The whole thing has been awful for everyone, especially Akon. The website didn't work out AT ALL, and now a company that worked on it is taking him to court! They're suing him for $127,000!!!
Atlanta Business Video (least creative business name ever) was hired in 2011 to cut video for "Fantrace" but didn't get paid — and it's management like that that's probably the reason why the site failed! It was supposed to be a place where fans could interact with their favorite celebrities, but didn't quite make it work.
The company claims they put in 1,023 hours of work, but never received compensation!!
Of course, there's always a chance that the check got lost in the mail or something… or maybe they're just trying to rip Akon off! It doesn't sound like it though, so we hope Akon pays up!
[Image via WENN.]
Tags: akon, failure, fantrace, lawsuit, legal matters, legal woes, social media, website
You are killing us, Taiwan!
Their latest installment of La Lohan drama is one of their best yet.
What a masterpiece!
Check out their take on Lindsay's latest legal drama and try not to Laugh Out Loud all over the place.
P.S. The Herbie car is a nice touch.
Tags: animated, legal woes, lolz, taiwanese
We NEVER get tired of these!
Check out the Taiwanese News Channel's animated interpretation of Lindsay Lohan's latest legal woes (above)!
We especially like the creative liberties they've taken with how exactly she robbed the jewelry store! The Mission: Impossible look suits her well! Ha!
And we're pretty sure that we share the same sentiments they do regarding her potential role in Superman!
Thanks for LOLz as always, you guys!
Tags: animated, felony grand theft, legal woes, lilo, mission: impossible, necklace, news report, silly, stolen, superman, taiwanese
Legal woes be damned, Two And A Half Men must go on!
Charlie Sheen is returning to work next week on season 8 of the CBS show and executive producer Chuck Lorre is thrilled!
"I was in denial through the whole process. I was just hoping that everything would work out. I was hoping he would come back because we have a lot more stories to tell.
"I love the show and I love the cast and we have a great group of writers who have been a family for seven years. I certainly didn't want it to end. But if it did end, we had a great run."
Well fans of the show don't have to worry anymore — at least until the next time Charlie gets in trouble!
[Image via Getty Images.]
Tags: cbs, chuck lorre, executive producer, fans, legal woes, producer, return, two and a half men, work