HONG KONG – Controversial Juvic Pagunsan sits on the brink of history at the UBS Hong Kong Open this week knowing a well-placed finish will all but see him crowned the first Filipino to win the Asian Tour Order of Merit title.
ISLAMABAD – A senior Pakistani army official has said a NATO cross-border air attack that killed 24 soldiers was a deliberate, blatant act of aggression, hardening Pakistan’s stance on an incident that could hurt efforts to stabilise Afghanistan.
JAKARTA – David Beckham got a mixed reception as a Robbie Keane strike earned the LA Galaxy a 1-0 win over a spirited Indonesian All Stars on Wednesday. Entire sections of the 88,000-seat Gelora Bung Karno stadium were off-limits and organisers said only 20,000 tickets had been sold.
WASHINGTON – Myanmar’s iconic opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi said Wednesday she hoped US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s visit to her country will spur further reform by the military-backed government.
NAYPYITAW, Myanmar – Hillary Clinton became the first U.S. secretary of state to visit Myanmar in more than 50 years on Wednesday, launching an historic mission to press the reclusive country’s new leaders to sever illicit contacts with North Korea and deliver on reforms.
Conrad Murray doesn’t regret for a second doing the documentary that infuriated Judge Michael Pastor, because he wanted the public to hear his side of the story.
Murray — who declined to testify in his trial — spoke with friends and family after the sentence. We’re told Murray said he knew he was going to get the maximum sentence, so it didn’t bother him that he became Judge Michael Pastor’s human punching bag over the things he said in the documentary — in particular, trashing Michael Jackson and not accepting any blame for his death.
And we know more about Murray’s reaction to the sentence. He’s saying he’s “surprisingly upbeat” about the sentence, telling one friend, “I’m just relieved it’s finally over,” adding, “Don’t worry, I’m fine, and I’ll be out soon.”
Filed under: Vinny Guadagnino
Vinny from “Jersey Shore” believes the way to a stripper’s heart is through pretend rape … this according to the lyrics in a new rap song he just released.
Vinny just posted a song called “Rack City Mix” on his YouTube page — in which the reality star rhymes about going to a strip club and skillfully courting one of the dancers …with lyrics like:
“I ain’t got a girl … You ain’t got a man …
I’ve got a date for ya … and it’s in my pants.”
The rap continues:
“Oh you a fan? You wanna take a pic?
I like your crack girl … I wanna take a hit.
Yeah I’m takin’ it … I’m a get you naked b*tch …
We can f**k and make it fit… boomin s**t and slatin’ it.
Actin’ like I’m raping it …
f** k her til she fakin’ it.”
But wait, there’s more:
“If I act like a d*ck … slap me with your t*ts.”
Vinny posted an explanation on his YouTube page, saying, “I felt like being a naughty boy and rapping like a G. Ladies I still love you.”
You stay classy, Vin.
More disturbing allegations in the Jerry Sandusky scandal — now, a 30-year-old man has filed a lawsuit against the former Penn St. coach for sexually abusing him more than 100 times when he was a kid.
The accuser — who is only being identified as ‘John Doe’ — is NOT one of the 8 victims listed in the grand jury report that rocked Penn State — but his story seems to fall in line with the rest of the allegations.
According to John Doe’s lawyers, the alleged victim claims he met Sandusky through the Second Mile charity when he was 10-years-old … and was abused by the coach more than 100 times between 1992 and 1996.
Doe claims the abuse occurred in multiple locations — including the Penn State locker room, the Sandusky home, and also during a road trip to a bowl game.
8:30 AM PST — The accuser has released a statement about the suit … saying, “I don’t want other kids to be hurt and abused by Jerry Sandusky or anybody like Penn State to allow people like him to do it—rape kids!”
He adds, “I never told anybody what he did to me over 100 times at all kinds of places until the newspapers reported that he had abused other kids and the people at Penn State and Second Mile didn’t do the things they should have to protect me and the other kids.”
John Doe says he hopes his lawsuit will encourage other victims to come forward and “get help and help protect others in the future.”
University of Cebu and San Sebastian College clinched Final Four berths in the PCCL National Championship after beating separate foes Wednesday at the Ormoc City Superdome.