Ice-T thinks today’s pop stars are “delusional,” Champagne- swilling shopaholics. “We’ve created a generation of jaded youth,” the old-school rapper and “Law & Order: SVU” star said Saturday night at Sundance. “Music as a whole is delusional. If you listen to pop records right now, you’ll believe everybody’s rollin’, poppin’ bottles, life is perfect. Life is [bleeped] up right now! But everyone’s in a bubble that it’s all good. We’re all floating around like, ‘I’m broke, but. . . hey, pop a bottle, buy some Guuu-cci.’ That’s what’s going on in music right now.” T directed Sundance doc “Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap,” and he joked that his life is now very different from back in the day. “My son’s 20, he got picked up from the hospital in a Rolls,” he joked, adding, “I’m looking for a 19-year-old Public Enemy . . . or NWA . . . it’s gonna take nuts. I’m too old — the kids won’t listen to me.” T performed a free-wheeling, fun-filled set with legends Chuck D and Grandmaster Caz at the ASCAP Music Cafe.
JANUARY 23--A Florida teenager who called 911 last week asked police to place her in a Christian children’s shelter because she “heard her mother having sex.”
Responding to a domestic disturbance call Thursday around 4 AM, a cop questioned the mother and daughter at their Panama City residence, according to a police report. The duo had been involved in a “verbal altercation,” a cop noted.
The girl, 15, told an officer that she wanted to go to a local shelter “because she heard her mother having sex” and “felt disrespected” by her 35-year-old parent’s actions. The teen acknowledged that “there was no form of abuse or neglect in the house.”
The mother explained to police that she had invited her boyfriend over and “sometime during the visit, her daughter heard them having sex and became upset.” The woman added that “their bedrooms are next to each other and she didn’t intend to wake her daughter up.”
After speaking with a representative from the shelter, the teen decided that she did not want to leave her home because “it was almost time for school.”
The Panama City Police Department cop reported leaving a domestic rights brochure at the residence.
This past weekend, CHANEL unveiled Numéros Privés, a sensational installation and the first of its kind in the United States, exclusively at the Wynn Las Vegas. Running until January 28th, this extraordinary exhibition depicts the opulence and glamour that defines the Parisian design house. Visitors will see ten magical spaces where materials, figures, symbols, colors and coveted objects – all created by CHANEL – will be transformed and reinterpreted. Among the spaces: a spacious children’s bedroom filled with dolls designed by Karl Lagerfeld, a recreation of Gabrielle Chanel’s apartment at 31 Rue Cambon, a CHANEL arcade room, a space dedicated to video installations…and more. Here, Life+Times takes you through the coveted space – a journey through the world of CHANEL.