Playing the Field: Bosh’s wife scammed Lil Wayne, Glenn Beck in a WWE feud?
Last week at PTF we warned Lil Wayne (not to be confused with the great Lil Poopy), that he better stop shouting about how he dipped his dipstick in an other powerful man’s wife or else he could wind up like Tupac. While it’s true that he should probably stop doing that, it should also be noted here that the true culprit of this whole Chris Bosh-Lil Wayne thing is the woman involved – Adrienne Williams-Bosh.
Adrienne “Short Stack” Williams (I believe Liz Taylor too went by the ‘Short Stack’ moniker at one point), allegedly scammed Lil Wayne out of 10 grand by claiming that she had cancer and needed the money for the medical bills, according to GlobalGrind.com. Like a true gentleman, Wayne paid up … but the conniving Williams TOOK THE MONEY AND RAN!According to Allhiphop.com, Williams also dated pro athletes Delonte West, John Abraham and DeAngelo Hall, worked at strip clubs and lived with major drug dealers. To say this girl has a checkered past would be an insult to checkerboards everywhere.
So, for the record, Lil Wayne is cleared in this whole mess. If someone steals 10 grand from you and you find out later that she’s married to the third best player on the Miami Heat, you rat them out. Sorry, that’s the precedent that was set long ago. As for Chris Bosh? Sometimes don’t you just wish you could go back to Toronto and hide from this spotlight?
WWE vs. Glenn Beck
Here’s a feud that has the potential to meet the level of Lil Wayne versus The Bosh Family: WWE versus Glenn Beck.
No, it doesn’t really make all that much sense. Beck is accusing WWE’s new Tea Party character Zeb Coulter (who could be the wrestling company’s most politically stimulating character since Sgt. Slaughter turned into an Iraqi sympathizer), of being racist.
Well, here’s a newsflash: most Americans think members of the Tea Party ARE racist. The WWE is just exaggerating the actions of people in American society the same way they have done over the years with the overbearing boss (Vince McMahon), the red neck beer-drinker (Steve Austin), and the obese white guy from South Carolina embracing his African roots … ya know, everyday stuff.
WWE, which caters to celebrities like no organization in the history of the world, offered Beck to appear on its flagship show, “Monday Night Raw” last night. And I’ll give credit where credit is due, Beck’s response was kind of funny:
“Unfortunately, I am currently booked doing anything else.”
Coulter (think there’s an Ann Coulter pun involved here?), brushed over the budding feud last night on the show, saying “I’d rather be speaking to Glenn Beck right now instead of you (Mexican wrestler Alberto Del Rio), but he was too chicken to show up.”
Matt Burke is sports editor and a columnist at Metro Boston. Follow him on Twitter: @BurkeMetroBOS