Chris Paul loves the idea of having a video game based on Beyoncé. Plus more on Facebook, David Petreaus’ sex scandal, and more.
This is Chris Paul from the TJMS running through the top stories in roughly sixty seconds with The Morning Minute.
How low can you go? The mistress of David Petreaus was on a romantic getaway with her husband when the story broke about her affair. Paula Broadwell was a cozy country inn sipping champagne in the hot tub with her unsuspecting hubby when the news bulletin came across the television. Her husband knew something was up when all of the sudden Paula Broadwell changed the channel to BET.
One of Mitt Romney’s advisors told CBS News that Mitt really couldn’t believe that he lost the election. He said Mitt was shell-shocked. It felt like a sucker punch and Mitt never saw it coming. The last white man I heard talk like that was Reginald Denny.
Facebook has launched a new app to help people find employment, which is the least they can do considering how many people have lost jobs messing around on Facebook.
Beyoncé is being sued by a company called Five Star Gaming who claims they had a deal to develop a video game based around her and Beyoncé backed out. I don’t know who’s right or wrong in this lawsuit, but I do know that a Beyoncé video game would’ve been extremely popular. It would’ve had every brother in America grabbing his joystick…and his controller.
I’m Chris Paul, and this was The Morning Minute.