sings a song called “Heartbreaker
“… it goes “I’m sa sa sorry, sa sa sorry, I didn’t mean to break your heart” and the rest you can google. Now it seems as though his rival and the man who fell ‘victim’ to him, celeb blogger Perez Hilton (Boom Boom Pow’d
) is heating humble pie and apologizing for anyone who was hurt, offended. Here’s just a snippet off his site:
“People make mistakes. I have made many in my life, but this past week I have made more than I can count on one hand.
I am sorry. And I mean it. No one is forcing me to write this. I am not feeling pressured to say this. I am speaking out because I realize that the last few days have been more hurtful to me – and many others – than the repeated blows I suffered to my head in Toronto this past weekend.
I have been filled with incredible sadness and regret.
I am sorry that any good work I have done for promoting equality may be tainted by me reclaiming a hurtful word – that’s been personally used against me and the gay community – to hurt someone that was verbally attacking me. It was stupid.
Should you wish to read the rest, click here. Now you’ll recall that on Monday the blogger tweeted from his Twitter account, claiming that he was beaten up by Will.i.am. After much bitching to and fro from both camps and their allies, it came out that it was Will’s manager, Polo Molina who had been accused of throwning a punch or three. Why? Well again it’s alleged that Hilton called Hilton a “F-word”. Eish. So Twitter has been interesting, with petitions to stop Hilton in his tracks and reassess everything he stands for. I even had my say, to which he responded. In context, Perez was having a go at Travis McCoy, Katy Perry‘s ex. He basically called McCoy an idiot and said that he warned Perry about him- and this was after the Will.i.am incident. Here’s what went down:
@PerezHilton Do u enjoy provoking celebs? It’s not cool getting hit in the face, but look @ur msgs to @Travismtv and then u have to wonder!
PerezHilton@JasonVonBerg I could tell @TravisMTV to go sit on a stick that would still not excuse or allow him or anyone to physically harm me.
@PerezHilton agreed, but by calling people defamatory names is also a form of abuse…. verbal! I don’t condone violence, in any form!Peace!
So is this the beginning of a new era in the Perez Hilton blogging phenomenon? Or is this the beginning of the end? Your thoughts peops…