20 Jan


4 Responses to “#OWNED”

  1. Mango January 20, 2015 at 1:40 am #

    There is no reason he should b holding her hand-
    Either he intentionally wants people aggravated or he is somehow being
    forced to keep this going…… Or trying to get her exposure away from him…

    Just wonder if there is something he doesn’t want becoming known…
    I really think the drinking is being used as a muse…
    It looks as if she is trying to irritate him on purpose…

    😝. 😁😢😳😔😒- she wants something specific she hasn’t obtained so in trade she won’t say anything & he is
    Miserable in the the process- tried to ignore it but it didn’t go away… Now it’s gone on too long & it’s frustrating …

    Looks like a black male situation to me… Probably started May 2013….. When she gave him the command to go public or
    she would leave…. Idk that it’s only a bad relationship issue…

  2. sol January 20, 2015 at 6:06 am #

    he seems a zombie …

  3. Loved Hatea January 20, 2015 at 1:51 pm #

    Johnny Depp, the Hollywood rouge has become the Hollywood pawn. Someone is currently making him pay for his fame. It was bought and paid for on credit with the option that he would have to sell out at some point to pay it back. Some Hollywood mogul called in that loan. complete with kneecap breakers, brass knuckles and a horse head in his bed. I’m guessing it’s either the Weinsteins or Graham King. I’m leaning toward the Weinsteins because of their connection to Amber, but Johnny has done a lot of work with King as well. He’s the one that got the money for the Rum Diary, that Johnny and HST couldn’t get on their own.

    Possible scenario: What if King agreed to front TRD but only if Amber was cast in the role. Then the movie didn’t make him back what he put out for it, so King figured that he had to get a high profile relationship going in order to make money off of the both of them.

    Follow the money…wherever it leads, that’s where the answers are.

  4. Minnie1 January 20, 2015 at 2:21 pm #

    Bad buy–hope he saved the sales receipt for a refund.

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