Omar Borkan Al Gala kicked out of Saudi Arabia for being too attractive.
*In the U.S., everyone waits with baited breath for who People magazine will elect as the “Most Sexiest Man Alive” or GQ’s Most “Hottest” “Sexiest” or “Stylish” person.
But, what if the winner got kicked out of the country for fear of stalkers and other foolishness their looks would attract?
Well, that’s exactly what has happened in Saudi Arabia. Omar Borkan Ala Gala is too sexy for his own good, according to Saudi officials.
The photographer, actor and poet was expeditiously thrown out of the country and deported to Abu Dhabi for fear that women would “fall for him.”
He is one of a trio of men, who have yet to be identified, that were also kicked out of a Saudi Arabia festival.
*Brian McKnight is still feeling the repercussions of making an “adult” song that talked about very particular lady parts.
The singer performed at a Baltimore festival on Friday and had critics cringing at the mere thought that he may sing that one kinky kind of song in front of the kids.
“Of course we were concerned,” events director Sheila Goodwin told the Baltimore Sun. But the director and her crew confirmed with management that he would never perform that song… ever.
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Just to jog your memory a bit, the saucy voiced singer released a sexually explicit track that caused a ripple of criticism and shock among fans. He sang so seriously about make showing a woman how her p*ssy works. Yeah… it was a bit much, but he made a valid point, saying there is plenty of artists out there singing about all kinds of traditionally unspoken things.
Rest assured you sensitive eared listeners, he won’t sing it in public.
*Fans were not happy when favorite Cee-Lo Green showed up 25 minutes late and gave a rushed half-finished performance at Coachella.
He arrived with only 20 minutes left in his set and managed to pump out five hit songs before show bosses pulled the plug.
He began the show with “Sorry guys, I just landed. Y’all still gonna party with me? I only have 20 minutes. It ain’t my fault. They should have given me a better time slot.”
Then just after his “F**k You” and in the middle of “Journey’s Don’t Stop Believin’” the mic was cut off and he stormed off staged with an accompaniment of boos.
After that, the staff rushed to prepare the stage for the next act, lauryn Hill.
Hill, who recently had her own tardy issues in Atlanta, was the night’s hero when she whipped through a set of hits and ran only six minutes over her allocated set time.
It was her first time there and she assured Hill would be back.
“Coachella, I love you. We have to do this again.”
Check out Lauryn Hill’s killer performance of “Doo Wop (That Thing)” at Coachella: