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7 Celebs Whose Scandals Threatened Their Endorsement Deals

Oh, the ever complex symbiotic relationship between celebrities and their corporate sponsors.  Making each other money one handshake and photograph at a time.  Yet all can go awry quite quickly in the fickle world of celebrity.  Do something scandalous?  It could cost you … a buttload.

It has been quite the few weeks for celebrities and brands: from Mountain Dew pulling Tyler The Creator’s racist commercia, to the Reebok CEO’s strange comments about Rick Ross, to Lil Wayne and his own problems with Mountain Dew.  Nothing makes  you apologize like the potential end of a deal. In honor of these rocky relationships, we dug through the list of tainted brand/celeb relationships.  From fallen sports stars to non-role model supermodels, click through to see who else fell from the graces of corporate sponsorship.

Reebok Drops Rick Ross
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Over his "date rape" song. Read More »
Celebs Who Owe Tax $
Celebs Who Swear By The "Sex Diet"
These 10 celebs owe serious back taxes. Read More »
Oh, Rihanna
Rihanna and Chris Brown maybe did the nasty in a public restroom. Read More »

Today In Ridiculous: Odd Future Calls Its Pop-Up Shop A “Sweatshop”

Oh, Odd Future. Tyler the Creator, et al, love causing trouble and controversy. Last night, their show in Boston was shut down by the cops — but that’s not all! Their New York “pop-up shop” is still going strong. And in typical uninformed incendiary Odd Future fashion, they’re referring to it as “the sweatshop.” Because you know, sweatshop jokes are super duper funny. Keep reading »

From What We Can Tell, Tyler The Creator Is Kind Of Stupid

Waka Flocka Flame: Do y’all actually do any of the stuff y’all talk about in your lyrics?
Tyler the Creator: Well, I don’t rape chicks … I have punched a girl in the eye … Um … What else? I say a lot of s**t and it just depends . . . Sometimes it’s just ’cause s**t is funny.

That’s hip-hop darling Tyler the Creator on how hilarious it is to hit girls. Other gems from his interview with rapper Waka Flocka Flame in this month’s Interview magazine? Tyler explains that the band name Odd Future came from a time that dragons tried to kill him: “Well, we were at a skate park on just a regular skate day, and this dragon just came out of nowhere and tried to attack me, so we killed the dragon. That’s how we got the name.” Sure! More delicious excerpts after the jump: Keep reading »

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