Aaron Paul has reviled that he had to “Beg” Lauren Parsekian to marry him!
The actor has recently talked about the time he asked the big question:
“We got engaged over New Year’s and I walked from the Eiffel Tower to St. Germain yesterday and I went to the stoop, the little step where I proposed to Lauren – and I took a picture of it and I sent it to her. It’s just this little courtyard outside of this hotel, and we were just dancing to Édith Piaf by ourselves on New Year’s and then I begged her to marry me.”
Aaron loves his lady so much as he said:
“I’m the luckiest man on the planet. It doesn’t make sense to me. The way she looks at me … she has that magical glow about her.”
On Labor Day in America Kanye West took to his Twitter account to tweet some questions about his use of the word B-tch!
When he says Perfect B-tch hes talking about Kim Kardashian cos he calles her that in one of his songs.
THE ONLY RACE IS THE HUMAN RACE, WE ARE ONE
— Kanye West (@kanyewest) September 2, 2012
But thats not all he said as he posted the Million page essay
well it seems it below:
I usually never tweet questions but I struggle with this so here goes… Is the word BITCH acceptable? To be more specific, is it acceptable for a man to call a woman a bitch even if it’s endearing? Even typing it in question form it’s still feels harsh? Has hip hop conditioned us to accept this word? Do we love this word as much as we love the word NIGGA in an endearing way? correction, Here’s the age old question, would we refer to our mothers as bitches? Would’ we call our fathers niggers or better yet NIGGAS? If nigga is such a positive word, why do we feel so uncomfortable for white people to say it, even with a hall pass? Is it ok to use bitch as long as we put BAD in front of it? Like you a BAD BITCH. Perhaps the words BITCH and NIGGA are now neither positive or negative. They are just potent and it depends on how the are used and by whom? #FREETHOUGHT.
Then Aaron Paul had a question to ask MR West:
“@kanyewest: I usually never tweet questions butI struggle with this so here goes…Is the word BITCH acceptable?” Ummm…I hope so.
— Aaron Paul (@aaronpaul_8) September 2, 2012