Posts tagged ‘arguments’

September 2, 2008

The day and age of the ex-reality and porn “stars”

What was originally intended to be just one post about my Saturday night here in my Livejournal has turned into a Blog Battle of sorts.

Kendra Jade Rossi decided to post this blog on her Myspace page in response to the attention my Livejournal entries about Lukas Rossi’s show the other night are getting:

I don’t know how many more times mandimercedes and I have to point out that neither she nor I were kicked out of the club! Maybe Kendra is confusing us with this:

Subject: RE: LOL!!

Body: about the lucas show…we left right after they escorted the girl from the show for saying "you suck" and somehow security overheard her. Then I opened my cell phone and they came over to tell me to turn it off…I had to tell them sarcastically "I will turn off my phone I will also be quiet and please dont hit me…" 🙂 laughing we left..

I’ve been to Bedrock before and I know this is not their style. They only did this because Kendra Jade and Lukas wanted that. Again, I’d like to point out that the staff at Bedrock are awesome and I have nothing against them. They are friends of mine. It is Lukas and Kendra that are unprofessional.

The only reason the girl said "you suck" in a private conversation is because of how Lukas was acting. Funny how none of the males who straight up yelled out mean things to Lukas in a loud manner were not kicked out. Only a female was kicked out. I wonder why.
There was a girl who was kicked out and just let back in a few mintues later.

I wish I could post some of the other messages I got agreeing with me and telling me other stories about Lukas and Kendra, but I would be giving away their identities, even if I took out names. Some people are from L.A. and know them. The messages I received are freakin’ funny!

By the way, if you guys hate bloggers so much, why did Lukas post this picture and send it to Perez Hilton?! (Thanks to one of my commenters who told me about http://nouveaubelles.blogspot.com/2008/08/sadly-its-come-to-this.html, which is where I saw this):

A few of you asked me if I will be attending the show tomorrow in Virginia. I actually would (for my friends in Beretta Jane, not for Lukas) but I have my C/C++ class tomorrow evening. I am not, as Kendra states, hiding behind a fake name and behind a computer. CherryTeresa is the name I have been using for years, before MySpace or Livejournal or any of that. It is the name I have been using when I perform or record my music. People know me and know who I am. You’re the one posting anonymous comments on my blog. Now you claim you won’t post on my page and you’d rather post in your own blog but that’s only because I made it known that I have the IP addresses logged. And because you realize I screen the comments (but I have unscreened all of them except for those who double-posted or posted their own personal information).

And by the way, I’m not hurt, as you say. This is funny stuff!

"I could tell you the REAL story about this , and about many of the other rumours etc. but the truth is I am above it."
The truth is that you would have to either lie to explain what happened or admit that you two are jerks.

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September 1, 2008

Lukas Rossi blocked me! And other updates

 

Funny how I never even talked to him or messaged him. Haha! I only ever posted one comment to him and it was nice (before he show happened).
I guess I really upset him. Wah, wah, wah. Should I call the wahmbulance?

(In case you missed the my original blog about Mr. Rossi and all the comments I received, go here: http://cherry-teresa.livejournal.com/98135.html). I went to a party yesterday (and hung out with some people who have much more touring experience, have sold more records, and have played in front of more people than this chump… and they were much nicer and down to earth). When I came home, I discovered I had received all these livejournal comments. Too funny.

Not only did my blog get dozens of comments but there were many more text messages, emails, and myspace messages, and myspace comments that I received. Almost all of them agreed that Lukas blows and even gave me additional unflattering information on this tool.
Only two comments so far were negative toward Mandi (mandimercedes ) and I. And the IP address was logged. Both posts were from the same IP. The same person(s) posted it. Based on the location and the way it was written, it was probably Lukas and Kendra Jade posting. (KJ = his porn star wife/manager).

Kendra Jade posted a blog stating how well the show went and that there were 200 people there. Not true. By the end of the night, there were only about 30 people. Most of them were either there for free and just talking to each other, hecklers who were mean to Lukas since he deserved it, or Canadians who followed him. Yes, there were more than 30 (but not 200) at the beginning of his set, but most of them left after the first or second song because of the arrogant things he was saying to the audience.

And I was mentioned at the end of the blog. If it wasn’t me she was referring to, then I guess other people made it known they were unhappy with her and Lukas.
http://blog.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendID=45117547&blogID=429106995
I’m referred to at the end as "that one girl". Guess what? I’m not the only girl (or guy) who was dissatisfied!
The club didn’t have as many people there as she stated and the club promoted for more than a week. I understand that sometimes in the music business, people will sugarcoat things and that’s fine. But don’t straight up lie.
I’m also putting Kendra Jade’s post behind a cut on here, just in case she deletes or edits anything out in her blog.

July 21, 2007

Candlebox – Saturday, July 14. Winger fans getting a hard time.

A week ago, I saw Candlebox perform at the Recher Theatre in Towson, MD. To be honest, I wasn’t their biggest fan. I didn’t hate them, either. I was going because my boyfriend (Joey)’s birthday was that week. He loves them, so I bought us tickets. Well, I’m glad I went! I didn’t realize just how good the singer’s voice sounds. It’s better live than on CD. It’s really good – kind of soulful and bluesy. They weren’t just another grunge band. Their guitarist was impressive.

But something caught me off guard. The singer was acting flamboyant and effeminate. That’s definitely not a bad thing. It’s just funny because if you watch their videos from the nineties, it’s like a completely different person is their singer now: Not just the way he looks but the way he acts and moves. Yes, the rest of the band look a little different than back then. But that’s because styles have changed and they are older. But the singer was very different. He had on a black vest, tight black jeans (tight hip huggers that showed off his bulge), and these white cowboy-ish designer shoes that matched his belt. And the way he was moving and acting was completely different than how he did in the 90s. He was practically doing the jazz hands. Every time he moved his hands, they were really flimsy. Like, when he put his hand to his ears to be like “I can’t hear you” to the audience, he did it in this flimsy way. He reminded me of the lead singer of the Scissor Sisters. I like his stage presence, though! I think I like it better than how he used to act. They were awesome. Just not what I expected.
They did an encore and did “Breathe” by Pink Floyd. The lead singer didn’t sing it though. It was the lead guitarist who sung it. The singer came back on stage after “Breathe” was over. (I think the singer had to go to the bathroom or something. That’s just my theory).

Compare these two videos to get an idea of what I’m talking about. The second video isn’t that great and doesn’t really show just how flamboyant he was. But you get an idea:

Candlebox Performing “Arrow” at WOODSTOCK ’94

Candlebox “YOU”. Raleigh, August 5, 2006.

Joey and I.   Joyce and I.
Joey and I.                              Joyce and I.

Before Candlebox started, this meat-head asshole came up to Joey and was giving him a hard time because Joey was wearing a Winger shirt. So I told him off and we walked away. We were on our way to walk up front when this happened. Later on in the show, the asshole somehow comes all the way up to the front of the stage where we are. (The club was really packed from front to back, so this is harder to do than you might think. Plus, I don’t know how he would have even spotted us). Anyway, he started putting his arm around Joey and then tried to be friends with him. It was really weird. I noticed after he came up front that the back of his shirt said “Back door is best”. What?!

Poor Winger fans. They’ve been getting a hard time for years. Remember this from Beavis and Butt-head?

Stewart from Beavis and Butthead

Read this funny explanation from Wikipedia about the whole Winger thing:

Stewart is usually depicted wearing a Winger t-shirt (as opposed to the heavier Metallica and AC/DC shirts that Beavis and Butthead wore) which helps characterize him as out of touch, as Winger was/is not thought highly of in the Heavy Metal subculture. As a result, Winger became a subject of ridicule in the mid 1990s. According to the documentary “Taint of Greatness: Part 2” on the Mike Judge Collection Volume 2 DVD, this was due to Winger telling MTV he would not let the show make fun of him. This has been cited as a reason for the band losing popularity. About the same time Lars Ulrich of Metallica could be seen throwing dart on a poster of Kip Winger in the video for Nothing Else Matters. When asked about this Kip Winger once stated: “Our band was known to musicians, and a lot of musicians showed up to see me play – watching trying to figure out how I’m playing – we were like the ‘hair band’ Dream Theater — That is why it’s the great irony that we ended up on that geeky guy’s shirt on Beavis & Butthead, because Metallica couldn’t play what we play, they couldn’t do it, they literally – technically couldn’t do it. And I’ll fucking challenge those chumps to that any day of the week that they couldn’t go back and play our shit, but we could play theirs with our hands tied behind our back. And so, I was a little t’d off about that, but in the end, none of that shit matters…”

When I worked at Bibelot in the music section (1999-2001), I found a solo CD by Kip Winger. It was in the New Age section.