In a recent issue of VIBE magazine (they must have had a really slow editorial month if they are calling up Kevin Federline – who looks like he needs to return to Celebrity Fit Club), Federline said that he’s proud of Justin Bieber. I’m pretty sure that Bieber isn’t one of his kids, but who can say.
“I don’t listen to his music but if the BET folks think he deserves the nomination so be it. To all the teenage girls out there, yes [he's the truth]. He’s affiliated with Usher so that alone provides him an outlet to be loved and accepted by fans that normally wouldn’t listen to his music,” he said.
“Rappers like Luda[cris] jumping on board help. As a white boy in hip-hop, people just automatically don’t like me and don’t give me a chance until they actually meet me and get to know me. My advice to him is enjoy your success while you can and thank your fans.”
Bitter – party of 1, your table is ready. According to Ask Billboard, Federline’s album Playing with Fire had sold 16,000 copies as of January 22, 2007. Since then, stores stopped receiving shipments of the album and no more copies were being made.
To quote John Mellencamp, “Hurts so good.”