I don’t have a problem with athletes that are “Hollywood as Hell”.
One problem with fans is that they use Mainstream Media as a gauge to what is politically correct and who is a bad or good guy. It is the media that wants you to believe that Chad OchoCinco is a “bad guy” even though anyone who has met Chad in person can tell you that he is one of the nicest people that you will meet.
Because some of the biggest stars in the NBA like to make rain, refer to themselves in 3rd person and dress like they are going to a Revenge of the Nerds renaissance festival, blue collar people don’t seem to take too kindly to that, mainly because the media paints them in a negative light unfairly.
For those fans, Kevin Durant is like Luke Skywalker, he is the last of the Jedi who can bring balance to the universe. He is the opposite of all the stereotypes about your current NBA stars.
While I don’t have anything against the other “KINGS” in the NBA, Durant is more relatable not just to myself, but the average fan.
This brings us to Miss Sparks, who is a breath a fresh air in the current wave of R&B singers. I have joked about the “thirst” for her on my twitter account (you can follow her @jordinsparks , you should already be following me), but in reality I just think she is sweet and talented young lady, who should be getting the same notoriety as some of the other “Hollywood as Hell” R&B stars are getting.
She is in People Magazine this month (pick up a copy) talking about being healthy and feeling sexy.
At age 17, Jordin Sparks took home the title of American Idol at a size 14. Now a size 8, the 21-year-old says she’s feeling more confident – and it shows in her first-ever bikini shoot with PEOPLE.
“I’ve always felt cute, but now I feel sexier,” the singer says in the new issue of PEOPLE this week.
I like the tat by the way.