Makes me wonder if she's screwing him behind closed doors away from the camera in those private meetings when she's telling him secrets about everyone else on the show - from the way they greeted each other, it looks obviously like that's what's been going on and could be a reason why they seem closer than some of the others.
(I still like how she dissed hottie about "don't make it about you bitch" even though it was bold as hell to do that - hahaha!
She put a lip emoji over her nipple in the photo but in those blurry caps the emoji is missing.
Hard to tell if there is a nipple visible or not though.
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It's brewed by three Anheuser Busch brewers who are military veterans—John Williams, Bobby Walker and David Morris—whose signatures are featured on packaging.
Usually, a show like "the bachelor" which this is, is centered around a guy who is rich, or good-looking, or famous in recent memory.
Though I got the utmost respect for Public Enemy, Flavor Flav is none of the above that I can think of, and isn't one of the first guys anyone thinks of for being the guy on this kind of show that a bunch of women want to get with.The news has spread and celebrities, rising starlets, punk rockers, musicians and tattoo ...See full summary » I think this show just proves once again, VH1 is destined to do whatever they can to make rap music look bad, especially for white people (who are their main audience).In April, Bud announced that in September it will come out with a Reserve Copper Lager that is aged on Jim Beam bourbon barrel staves. In early 2016, Trump, foreshadowing his ascension to the presidency, quipped on "Fox & Friends" that the brewer is "so impressed with what our country will become that they decided to do this before the fact." E. Schultz is the Chicago Bureau Chief at Ad Age and covers beverage, automotive and sports marketing.Last year, Bud debuted 1933 Repeal Reserve Amber Lager, which claimed inspiration from a recipe used before Prohibition began in 1920. He is a former reporter for Mc Clatchy newspapers, including the Fresno Bee, where he covered business and state government and politics, and the Island Packet in South Carolina.When Budweiser rebranded itself as "America" two summers ago, it was a risky move that mostly paid off, at least when judged by the gobs of media attention it garnered.