Waka Flocka and his gangsta mom, Debra Antney, are none too pleased about the recent "Baracka Flocka Flames" spoof video. "That they used it to be so sarcastic, it was almost a form of disrespect," Waka Flocka told the New York Times. "That's not a positive image for us, period, as African-Americans, where we came from, where we're going today," his mom chimed in. Have neither of them ever taken a close listen to Waka Flocka's music, though? Just wondering. [NYT]

Actor Chris Pine stars in new Denzel Washington vehicle 'Unstoppable,' and also lacks a real sense of humor. "I once saved a breakfast burrito from crashing and disintegrating. On myself. I got a stain on my pants. I couldn't wear the pants anymore. The definition of selfless. Suffice it to say, I've not done anything in my life that even approaches what the two gentlemen whom Denzel and I portray in this film did." Hilarious. [MTV]



Kid Rock on Aerosmith's Steven Tyler joining 'American Idol' panel, "I think it's the stupidest thing he's ever done in his life," Rock said. "He's a sacred American institution of rock and roll, and he just threw it all out the window. Just stomped on it and set it on fire." Yeah, that's not really a good look. [EntertainmentWeekly]