We got an NBC distribution deal and now we’re on Kick Starter trying to raise a million dollars.
We already put in 0,000 of our own money and, we could’ve went the traditional way and got backers but the problem with that is that you don’t own nothing. So I’m going to go up in all these celebrity houses, dig in their fridge, try on their shoes.
Bangin’ supermodel Selita Ebanks recently stopped by Power 105’s The Breakfast Club to promote her new show “Celebrity Grounds,” and of course, the topic of her dating life came up.While in the hot seat, Selita dished on being engaged to Nick Cannon, her break up with Terrence J and more in addition to dishing details on her new show. On her new show: “Celebrity Grounds” is a new show that I am producing and hosting. A lot of times in relationships people tend to put the other person in front of them and they lose focus on what they need to do so I think a little bit of that was happening.Described as a deeply personal song in nature, it expresses West's thoughts on his failed relationships, and his acceptance of the media's perception of him.Lyrically the song explores criticism aimed at West in the past and serves as a "toast to the douchebags." Before the song's premiere at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards, it generated substantial public interest due to what had happened the year prior at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards.Along with the MTV Video Music Awards, the song was performed on Saturday Night Live, his Watch the Throne Tour and at the Coachella Music Festival with a guest appearance by Pusha T.
Additionally Runaway was used in the trailer for The Hangover Part III, as well as being used in a scene in The Night Before.
But I was very young and it was a lesson that I needed to help me develop very thick skin. Sounds like Selita still feels some type of way about the hate she got for getting engaged.
She also addressed the rumored beat down she delivered to a girl who tried to push up on Terrence when they were still together and revealed the real reason(s) why they called it quits. On the girl she allegedly “beat up” over Terrence J & where she learned to fight: Awww aint nobody get beat up, relax.
The production was handled by West, alongside co-producers Emile, Jeff Bhasker, and Mike Dean.
The composition features repetitive piano riffs, intricate samples and a production style with several similarities to West's album 808s & Heartbreak (2008).
You know they take full control and you just end up being a face on TV. It’s just a really fun show we’re putting together and the great thing is that the celebrity will show us a space, their bathroom, kitchen, man cave they want to do over and Contractor Kizer is going to come in and take it to a-whole-nother level. It taught me a lot, especially with media because…know, y’all was brutal. On break up with Terrence J: Everything has it’s time and it’s course. He went to LA, he’s doing bigger and better things, E!