BH Buzz: James Franco Rocks Lana Del Rey Tattoo On ‘Straight James / Gay James’ Book Cover

December 28, 2015 By James Dinh

Plus, Nicki Minaj is asking her fans for wedding advice, FKA posts a vid dancing to Tinashe and more.


■ Not only did James Franco’s new band Daddy drop a song titled “You Are Mine” this week (see below), but the famed actor rocks a Lana Del Rey tattoo on the cover of his upcoming book of poetry. It’s titled ‘Straight James / Gay James’ and “explores the facets of his public and private personas.”

Straight James / Gay James is a poetic bildungsroman–raw, candid, and uninhibited. James Franco writes about life as an actor, sexuality, questions of identity, gender, family, Gucci, Lana Del Rey, James Dean, and Hollywood. His poetic style varies from the imagistic to the prosaic. The chapbook also contains an interview of “Gay James” conducted by “Straight James.” Yes, Straight James asks the question: Let’s get substantial: are you gay or what?

We’re definitely pre-ordering this.

■ Nicki Minaj wants to know where she and Meek Mill should get married. Yup, the Young Money honey took to Twitter on Sunday (December 27) to ask her followers for some insight. Check out the tweet below:

■ FKA twigs loves Tinashe just as much as we do. Over the holiday weekend, choreographer Kash Powell posted a video of FKA dancing to the rising starlet’s “Party Favors.”

■ In awkward former flames news, Miranda Lambert followed Gwen Stefani on Twitter.


■ Wiz Khalifa plans to release a new project in January called Project Khalifa. Check out his full announcement in the video below!

■ Even though Puff Daddy gifted French Montana with a million dollar bonus, the MC is doing his part by giving back the entire holiday check to the Entertainers 4 Education Alliance’s I WILL GRADUATE campaign. Good look, French!

Shout out to @iamdiddy for that million dollar gift bonus ? ? #happyholidays

A photo posted by French Montana (@frenchmontana) on

■ Tiesto And Oliver Heldens will add Natalie La Rose to “The Right Song” in January, a vocal version of “Wombass.”

■ Cal Scruby featuring Chris Brown – “Ain’t **** Change” music video:

■ Ricky Dillon featuring Trevor Moran – “Steal The Show” music video:

What else have you seen on the blogosphere? Did we leave anything out?