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Say What! — Floyd Mayweather ‘Makes it Rain on the Homeless’ + More

Floyd Mayweather is cleaning up his image. “We don’t make it rain in the “scrip clubs” anymore, now we make it rain at the shelters for the homeless, battered women, and abused kids,” he said, charitably. So look out for the club anthem, “Make it Rain on Them Abused Kids” any day now. [Bossip]

Billy Ray Cyrus came to the defense of his 16-year-old daughter and her recent pole-dancing routine. “You know what? I just think that Miley loves entertaining people,” Billy Ray said. “She loves singing [and] songwriting.” Singer-songwriter is the new name for strippers from now on. [SFGate]

Recent Playboy coverlet Aubrey O’Day had some words of wisdom for even more recent cover-star Heidi Montag about career longevity and the importance of providing lasting images. “You know, you can take a million pretty pictures, every celebrity girl has taken a million pretty pictures, but it’s like: Which pictures are really going to stand out and be iconic, and which pictures are just pretty pictures that are here today, gone tomorrow?” Certainly not the ones you took for Playboy, Aubrey. Those are art. [MTV]

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