Quincy Jones' son QD3 has made an interesting film about Lil Wayne, which is purportedly a realistic portrayal of the rapper's intense touring schedule and alleged addiction to Codeine. "That's why I don't ride on the bus," says Wayne's manager Cortez Bryant, in one painful scene. "It hurts me to see him in that state. He knows it's a sickness and deep down I don't think he wants it to be that." Damn. [XXL]

Aubrey O'Day, who's still famous, though we're not sure why, gave Maxim some insight into her grooming habits. "I'm fully groomed down there-clean-shaven. But I have a new appreciation of the '70s girls–bushy and free."Chill. [Maxim]

Jon Gosselin is now complaining about being "too famous" to work. "Now, I find myself unemployed and without the ability to secure non-entertainment related engagements because the enormous Media interest, cameras, reporters and public interest makes it impossible to carry on normal daily activities, let alone find, secure and maintain a job with an employer who is willing to be exposed to the daily Media intrusions that has impeded my life." Dude, you look like a shellfish. [Perez]