Egypt's chief Egyptologist, Zahi Hawass allegedly called Beyonce a "stupid person" after showing her the pyramids, recently. "I showed her the Sphinx and I gave her a book on King Tutankhamen," Hawass said, according to a local paper. Then things went irreversible. "She's a stupid person and she doesn't understand a thing and she doesn't want to understand," the respected Egyptian government official concluded. Wow. [Bossip]

Lil Scrappy questioned comedian Katt Williams' sexuality recently, "I was in LA once, I was in the club, and I have never seen nobody... a man, a grown man sit on another man's neck. Because your n--s is like right on his neck. So I seen Katt doing that and I had just left the studio with dude... so I'm kinda confused. But he's the homie though. I don't know, that's why I'm saying that's what I'm confused about." We're confused too, how does a man sit on another man's neck in a club? [TeamYee]

Producer/songwriter Sean Garrett talks in third person and he doesn't even have an album out yet. "Sean Garrett as an artist is what fans are missing," he recently told MTV. "I'm making the kind of records Bell Biv Devoe and Bobby Brown made, songs you love and get excited hearing, with crazy beats and incredibly creative. I'm trying to be a little innovative and make songs girls will love. I'm pulling out all the stops." The part we like is how he's doing something that BBD and Bobby Brown already mastered, calling it innovative and creative, and thinks making songs that "girls will love" qualifies as "pulling out all the stops." What a unique strategy. [MTV]

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