(left to right) Christina Huerta, Isabel Robles, and Christine Duran, were outraged when they received their bill at Chilly D’s Sports Lounge in Stockton, California, and “fat girls” was written across the top.
You’re out with your friends, laughing and having a great time when it’s time to receive the bill. But wait a minute! When you read the bill, there’s a little something more to offend you than the amount owed on the bill.
According to ABC affiliate News 10 (Sacramento), Christine Duran, Christina Huerta and Isabel Robles visited Chilly D’s Sports Lounge, part of the Cameo Club Casino, in Stockton, Calif., and was shocked and dismayed when they received their bill with “fat girls” written across the top of it.
*Is Morgan Freeman slowing his roll, business wise?
The 74-year-old actor has decided to close his 10-year running upscale “Madidi” restaurant in Clarksdale, MS.
The one-of-a-kind spot seemed to bring a little class to the impoverished Mississippi Delta, and according to locals and the owner, it gave the residents a sense of pride.
Freeman and his business partner, Bill Luckett hosted a closing party Wednesday night to celebrate the years of business and relationships the restaurant established while serving the community.
Luckett said the restaurant “has never made money,” and neither he nor Freeman has the time to run and manage it.
*Ludacris allegedly beat out Jay-Z for a restaurant location in Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport, according to Hip-Hop Wired.*
The two rappers were vying for one spot — Ludacris had his “Chicken and Beer” restaurant — and Jay-Z had his 40/40 Club.
According to the site, Ludacris pulled some strings with Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed to beat out Jay-Z for the spot. While nothing has been confirmed, Hip-Hop Wired reported that Jay-Z was furious with the rapper over this.
While Ludacris may have won this battle, we are sure there will be 40/40 Club’s popping up all over the country including Atlanta sometime soon.
Read more at Hip-Hop Wired
Jay-Z seen leaving his wife Beyonce's secret show at the Shepherds Bush Empire in London. The concert also marked the release of the star's new album, "4". (June 27, 2011)
*Jay-Z will reportedly open a restaurant in London partly motivated by its ability to provide work for jobless youth.
The rapper is teaming up with England soccer star Ashley Cole to launch the venture, which will employ school dropouts from underprivileged backgrounds.
The pair has also pledged to donate a portion of the eaterie’s profits to charity.
Jay Z and Cole – ex-husband of British pop star and fired U.S. “X Factor” judge Cheryl Cole – met in New York to discuss the project last month after they were introduced by a mutual friend, reports WENN.
Jigga said, “It’ll be the hottest place in town.”
*Before Flavor Flav could get a few months into his business, a lawsuit has been filed against his now closed chicken shack in Iowa.
A food distribution company filed the suit, claiming his ex-business partner Nicolo Cimino owes more than $12,000 for past food shipments.
Flav’s Fried Chicken restaurant opened in January, but closed promptly in April after some funny business, bounced payroll checks and other strange happenings.
*Heavyweight rapper Fat Joe is cashing in on his love of food by launching a seafood restaurant in his native New York.
The artist has teamed up with chef Mark Thomas to open the Caribbean-inspired Express in the Bronx, the first in a chain of eateries, reports WENN.
And Fat Joe is hoping to build on the food venture with a television series that allows him to share recipes with fans.
“I’m working on a cooking show… Who else can you trust other than Fat Joe to tell you what food is good or not?,” he says. “Me and my guy Chef Mark – he’s an incredible chef – we got that studio audience, we got that band, we gonna bring guys like Lil Wayne, your favorite rapper, and we gonna ask him what’s his favorite dish and we gonna make it for him.”