by Ryan Orrell
posted Nov 25 2013 5:26PM
Ahhhh, it's time to say it. How many of you have have either posted or know of someone that tends to post a lot of negativiy on their Facebook page? Most notably, putting others down or talking about people publicly? You've seen it before a million times and it probably tends to make you roll your eyes and move on down the page.
It's downright WRONG to talk negative of your friends, boyfriends, girlfriends, etc.. There have been a number of studies done on how people who posts lots of negativity suffer from low self esteem. They're essentially attempting to get attention from others and post things to invoke a response from people. What many don't realize is that it makes them look bad. Also, the people who 'like' your post or comment on the negatives don't care as much as people think they do. It's often times a false sense of 'acting like they care.' Now, I'm not saying noone cares because many do......but it makes the poster look like a bonafide idiot. :-)
So, if this has happened to you, don't sweat it. Don't respond. Don't lose sleep over it or get depressed. Just remember, some people will hate on you no matter what. It's just the way it is. If someone hates on you then you must be doing something right. If you're one that constantly post negatives.....you may want to check laws in Arkansas. There are stiff penalties for defaming people on Facebook and your brief rant could affect you for years to come.
posted Nov 15 2013 5:40PM
I'm going to mention this later on the show tonight but WOW! Drake and Rihanna are investing big in the Houston stripper market -- dropping a combined $17,000 Thursday at a Houston gentlemen's club. Vomit.
Sources at V Live Gentlemen's Club tell are saying, Rihanna arrived around 2AM and Drake showed up about 30 minutes later following his show at the Toyota Center.
Reports say Drake threw down roughly $12,000 and Rihanna dumped an additional $5,000. Rhi sure does bounce around a lot doesn't she. Make your mind up girl. :-) I'm single if you're ever in Hot Springs.
posted Nov 11 2013 1:33PM
Something's always brewing and I love to stay on top of stuff like this. Someone caught up with Usher ... and sued him for allegedly stealing a huge hit.
Three guys claim they wrote a song, "Caught Up" back in 2002. It's about a man lost in love.
Usher recorded a song 2 years later called "Caught Up" ... also about a man lost in love. It skyrocketed on the charts and was featured in his album, "Confessions."
The 3 guys -- Zacharia Edwards, Mitch Moses and Vince McClean -- claim they played it for a honcho at Arista Records -- Usher's label -- and the dude then played it for LA Reid. The 3 guys never heard from Arista again, but 2 years later they heard the song on the radio.
They're suing for unspecified damages.
It's telling they wait over ten years to sue. Man, some people are just downright money hungry. What do you guys think?
posted Nov 8 2013 3:14PM
Just wanted to welcome you to my new blog here at KLAZ.com! I'm on your radio weeknights from 7 to Midnight, so I hope you'll listen. If there's anything you want to know about me, just ask! I'm here to have some fun and I thought I wouldbring you along for the ride. It's where you'll hear the hottest tunes, the newest music and the latest scoop on today's hits.