Monday, April 6, 2009

Seriously?

While reading Yahoo! today, I stumbled upon an article about Tom Brady and Giselle Bundchen's wedding. Reportedly, Brady's bodyguards actually shot REAL BULLETS from a REAL GUN at the paparazzi.

Are you kidding me?

I understand the paparazzi are invading but that's their job, and hey, you two are giant celebs. If you want some privacy, maybe you shouldn't announce your engagement and wedding location to the entire universe. Real bullets! I hope that body guard gets arrested.

Read the article here from the very legit, very reputable OMG! website. I especially liked the best man's supposed comments. What a d-bag.

Your thoughts please.

4 comments:

AthenaBee said...

Um, murder is never the answer here guys.

I think they must have thought they were P. Diddy's entourage.

Sad Panda said...

I didn't even know that bodyguards were allowed to have guns. I thought the point of having a bodyguard was to have a big guy seem intimidating and just push people around.

If that's not the case, then what am I doing in college?! I could quit school, buy a gun, and go around pretending that my 5'9", 140lbs. frame is a "bodyguard" too.

Career change!

Ky (Two Pretzels) said...

I heard about this and thought it was insane.

To me Tom and Giselle are like D-level celebrities. I couldn't care LESS about their wedding, let alone Giselle's wedding gown.

Somebody's security is a bit trigger-happy. I'd say it's time to scale down on the personal entourage, Tom & Giselle. Either that or be an accessory to a FELONY.

Anonymous said...

I think this is one of the best stories I have read in a long time. Paparazzi are some of the lowest forms of filth on the planet. I would say just a little worse than drug dealers but not quite as bad as child pornographers. Now I do not think they should be shot, or shot at, but beaten up to the point they want to consider a career change is fine with me. Maybe others will take this as a warning and stop being such scumbags. Everyone has a right to a little privacy, especially on their wedding day.