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Wednesday, March 22, 2006

the story speaks for itself

Really, what is there to add that the facts don't already do justice to? From the New York Daily News:

Prince had Utah Jazz forward Carlos Boozer seeing purple after he gave the NBA star's Los Angeles mansion an extremely tacky makeover. The pint-size pop star painted purple stripes on Boozer's house and adorned the exterior with the Prince "symbol" and the numbers "3121," which happens to be the name of his new album, court papers state. Inside, Prince installed purple monogrammed carpets in the master bedroom and black ones in a downstairs guest room, removed baseboards - and even cut a hole into a wall. Using "unlicensed carpenters and contractors," Prince also rerouted plumbing to a "downstairs bedroom for water transfer for beauty salon chairs," the papers state. -- New York Daily News


  • Ha ha ha. Well. I mean, that's waht I'd expect if I hired Prince to do work on my house.

    By Blogger Phil Rossi, at 9:07 AM  

  • Prince wasn't hired to work on Carlos Boozer's house. Prince was actually renting it from Boozer and decided to re-decorate. Now, Boozer is sueing him which is totally ludcicrous 'cause let's face it, Boozer's just another former Dukie having a mediocre career in the NBA and Prince, well is ... Prince.

    By Blogger Black Ribbons, at 1:04 PM  

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