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Rich Kids of Beverly Hills, the new reality series from E! is a little like a younger version of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Loosely inspired by a popular Tumblr page, “Rich Kids of Instagram” (#richkidsofinstagram), Rich Kids stars Dorothy Wang and her friends, who all live lavish lifestyles funded by their wealthy parents.
Net Worth: $10 million
Instagram handle: dwanngg
Occupation: Self-described “funemployed” but says she is “looking into pursuing a career in real estate” with her father’s company.
Personal: Dorothy Wang is the daughter of Roger Wang, a billionaire mogul, and CEO of Golden Eagle International Group, which specializes in real estate development, clothing and auto repair.
Wang gained fame posting selfies on #richkidsofinstagram. She lives in Beverly Hills, where she enjoys attending lavish costume parties dressed as a vampire Marie Antoinette or spending her parent’s money shopping on Rodeo Drive.
Net Worth: $5 million
Instagram handle: boobsandloubs
Occupation: Morgan Stewart blogs about her lifestyle at BoobsAndLoubs.com (Loubs is short for Christian Louboutins, a fashion designer famous for his shoes), “For the girl creating her own future. For the boy who digs boobs.”
Personal:Stewart is dating fellow Rich Kids star Brendan Fitzpatrick.
Stewart writes about Hollywood friends like Ashton Kutcher and Leonardo DiCaprio, who she has apparently never met in person.
Instagram handle: roxysowlaty
Net Worth: $100,000
Occupation: Freelance interior designer
Personal: Sowlaty grew up in Beverly Hills, the daughter of a wealthy Persian family that owns a printing business.
Sowlaty’s monthly allowance is about to be cut off! In between frantic postings to Twitter and Instagram, she’ll try hard to get her interior-design business going.
Listen, I’m going to be honest here and say that I don’t watch the show but doesn’t matter because these women are hot. If you still doubt me check out these pictures of the rich hot women of Beverly Hills shopping today. Photo Credit: Zodiac/ Splashnews
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Georges St-Pierre aka GSP and Rush, is a Canadian mixed martial artist and the former 3-time Welterweight Champion of the Ultimate Fighting Championship having won the title twice in 2006 and 2008, as well as an Interim title in 2007. St-Pierre has for several years been ranked as the #1 welterweight in the world according to Sherdog, and numerous other publications. In 2008, 2009, and 2010 he was named the Canadian Athlete of the Year by Rogers Sportsnet. On December 13, 2013, St-Pierre vacated the title and decided to take some time off from the sport, though he left the door open for a return.
On December 13, 2013, St-Pierre officially announced that he vacated the title and needed to take some time off from MMA. He left the door open for a possible return to MMA in the future. On March 27, 2014, St-Pierre announced via Twitter that he had torn his left ACL while training, further delaying a potential return to fighting. The torn left ACL will require surgery.
It was very shocking to see him on crutches today because he is the toughest dudes in the UFC and I hope that this ACL surgery won’t prevent him from coming back to the UFC. Then again, I really enjoyed watching him in Captain America: The Winter Solider, which I think he should continue to beat down super heroes asses except for Captain America, the man is genetically enhanced. Here are pictures of GSP leaving lunch with a friend on crutches in Beverly Hills. Photo Credit: Zodiac/ Splashnews
This is the Sound of Pain…
I am not sure I would always fight for my life.
Life might not be worth fighting for.
I am not sure I would always fight for my wife.
A wife isn’t always worth fighting for.
Nor my children, nor my country, nor my fellow-men.
It all deprnds whether I found them worth fighting for.
The only thing men invariably fight for
Is their money. But I doubt if I’d fight for mine, anyhow
not to shed a lot of blood over it.
Yet one thing I do fight for, tooth and nail, all the time.
And that is my bit of inward peace, where I am at one
And I must say, I am often worsted.
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Keanu Reeves has played a number of iconic roles. He was Ted in “Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure”, Johnny Utah in “Point Break”, Jack in “Speed”, and Neo in “The Matrix” to name just a few. He is notoriously private, more than a little bit shy, the subject of a 4Chan meme (Sad Keanu), and a notable philanthropist. Through his generosity, Keanu has taught us all to have a “most excellent” life. His generosity has become so legendary that it reads like an urban legend. Most movie stars don’t donate huge portions of their salaries to crew members because he thought they deserved the money more. As you’re about to discover, it turns out Keanu Reeves is not your typical movie star.
Keanu Reeves was born in 1964 in Beirut, Lebanon to an English mother and Hawaiian-American father. Reeves’s mother was working in Beirut when she met his father, a geologist who earned his GED while in prison in Hawaii for selling heroin at Hilo International Airport. Reeves’s father abandoned his family when Keanu was just three years old. Keanu spent his childhood moving around the world as his costume designer mother worked and married again and again. Stability wasn’t all that present in Reeves’s life as a child and teenager. Reeves lived in Sydney, Australia and New York City for awhile before his family settled in Toronto. He attended four different high schools where he excelled as a hockey player. Reeves had dreams of playing professional hockey. He dropped out of high school before he graduated. A struggle with dyslexia made academics difficult and by then the call of the acting bug had already hit him.
Keanu’s first major role was in the 1986 Rob Lowe ice hockey film “Youngblood” in which he played a Québécois goalie. He soon moved to Los Angeles and scored a break through role in 1986′s “River’s Edge”. After that, Reeves worked steadily. There was “Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure” and the sequel. There was “Point Break” – for which he won MTV’s “Most Desirable Male” award in 1992, “My Own Private Idaho”, “Speed”, “A Walk in the Clouds”, “The Devil’s Advocate”, “The Replacements”, and then the pinnacle of his career so far… “The Matrix” franchise.
Keanu has proven himself to be an extremely bankable movie star. On screen, Reeves is inherently likeable. He is the affable guy next door, your brother, your high school boyfriend. He is accessible. And although he has always lived a quiet life outside of the Hollywood scene and spotlights, Keanu has proven he is a man with an incredibly generous spirit.
Over the years Keanu has given millions of dollars to charity. Reeves has supported PETA, the SickKids Foundation, Stand Up To Cancer, among others. His sister has leukemia, and he has spent more than $5 million dollars to help her in her fight against the disease. Reeves also reportedly has set up a private cancer foundation to help a handful of children’s hospitals and cancer research. Reeves does not attach his name to any his gifts. He prefers to provide money where it is needed without taking any credit. Giving money to others is simply a part of this movie star’s beliefs and way of life.
And lest you think that all of this charitable giving is the act of a wealthy man who needs some tax shelter, consider how Reeves acted with a homeless man one time. He once spent several hours sitting on a sidewalk, sharing his food and talking with one of the many homeless people in Los Angeles. There was no pontificating and no star struck babbling. They were simply two men taking about life over lunch. This is not your typical movie star folks.
But the real generosity of spirit that Keanu possesses became clear when he was negotiating his back-end deal for the two “Matrix” sequels. For the first film in the trilogy, Reeves made $10 million up front, which, when combined with his back-end deal, upped his salary to $35 million. Amazingly, when it came time to negotiate his back-end profit sharing deal for the second and third “Matrix” films, Keanu insisted on handing over a significant portion of his back-end points to the films’ special effects and costume design teams. Reeves felt (and rightly so) that the men and women who created the effects and costumes for the franchise were the true heroes of the movie.
So how’d this work out for the FX and costume teams? The second and third Matrix movies earned more than $1.2 billion at the worldwide box office. When it was all said and done, Keanu reportedly ended up giving away an estimated $75 million dollars. Each member of these teams received $1 million dollars per person, instantly making them all millionaires. But Keanu didn’t stop at just the special effects and costume teams. He also gave the entire stunt team on the “Matrix” sequels Harley Davidson motorcycles.
Additionally, as documented in a personal account on Reddit, he helped out a Matrix crew member’s family in need:
“A family friend builds movie sets, doesn’t design, is one of the poor dudes that just builds. Anyways he worked on the set for the Matrix and Keanu heard about family trouble he was having and gave him a $20,000 Christmas bonus to help him out. He also was one of the only people on the set that genuinely wanted to know people’s names, would say hello and mean it, and would talk to people as they were his peers and not below him just because they were practically making nothing to build a set. I’ve never heard anyone say Keanu is douche, seems like the nicest person in Hollywood from a second hand experience.”
Reeves was quoted in a 2003 interview in Hello! Magazine as saying “Money is the last thing I think about.” For many actors, this would seem like a PR move. But not with Keanu. His generosity on set and willingness to do whatever it takes to make the best film goes way back. When he was cast in 1997′s “The Devil’s Advocate” Keanu took a several million dollar pay cut to make funds available to get Al Pacino’s deal done. He did the same thing for 2000′s “The Replacement” in order to get Gene Hackman on board.
When Keanu says money is the last thing he thinks about, he is not lying. He turned down an $11 million role in the “Speed” sequel as well as an opportunity to star alongside Robert DeNiro and Al Pacino in 1995′s Heat (a role that went to Val Kilmer) in order to act in a small production of Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” at the small Manitoba Theatre Centre in Winnipeg, Canada.
Keanu Reeves is a man with a truly generous spirit. Whether it is giving millions to charity in support of a cause, funding his sister’s expensive fight against an insidious disease, spending time with those less fortunate with no agenda of his own other than to experience what that person has to offer, or ensuring that the less well paid members of a film crew are fairly compensated—Reeves is a man who always manages to be way more interesting than any of the roles he has played.
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