Despite the dubious headline this article is fame related. With the Tulisa Tape fiasco now firmly behind us with firmly being the operative word. With the strangely coincidental new single release just happening at the same time you could say Tulisa’s fame levels were going into the red danger levels.
With that thought in mind an interesting short and sweet article has popped up in The Sun to prove that theory right and wrong. Apparently the very same Tulisa Contostavlos popped into the local offy for a bevvy only to be asked for her ID otherwise no go. She had no ID on her but tried to explain who she was but the shop owner wasn’t buying it with a ‘yeah right’ sort of response.
What to do? Luckily this off licence sold magazines and with Tulisa’s face on nearly every cover she slapped one of the magazines on the counter with a “see” and she got her drinks, no ID required!
What is the motto of this story. It doesn’t matter how famous you are even if 18M viewers watched you judge on X Factor always make sure your face is on the front cover of a magazine, as people have very short memories. It’s the difference between getting plastered and staying very sober!
Just wonder what the story was on the front cover of that mag??
FJ Mobile Westfield, London W12