September 21st, 2011

Golden Rule: Stop, Stare & Delete

First spotted on ONTD_FB.

Giovani dos Santos appears to be from the same moral fiber as Ashley Cole, y’all. How interesting.

A cautionary piece of counsel if we may, Kickettes. Never – and we mean ever – should anyone be in the presence of alcohol if their mobile devices are in possession of nude self-portaits.

If any of you here before us today should choose to disobey this rule, don’t say we didn’t warn you about the intrusive yellow scaredy-faced emoticon coming to covet your private bits.

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14 Responses to “Golden Rule: Stop, Stare & Delete”

  1. Anna says:

    What kind of circunstances lead someone to do that? O.o never get these naked self-portrait

  2. DebS says:

    Ok seriously…did he not learn anything after Guardado did that? Gio..put the phone down!

  3. Latina says:

    I actually look at that magazine & they always post that smiley when they have male celebs taking "naughty" pic of themselves … i actually can't stop laughing … woooow … embrassing for the Mexican NT again … just when we all started to move on …

  4. Mrs. Q.Borri says:

    Here we go again!!!

    You guys you all know you just can take thoose kind of pics and save them in your computer because -they are, they will be always- kickette soldiers that are jackers. That said you guys know you cant save thoose kind of pics in your computer because we will find them -always-. :D

    That smiley face… makes things even weird… !

  5. Alisha says:

    Forever in love with Gio! Now just waiting for an uncensored picture then we'll see if I smile also

  6. ambra says:

    Ai ai ai. i wonder if hes going to enlists the FBI to track down the hacker!:))

  7. Hot4Spurs says:

    Is that emoticon saying "Move on ladies. Nothing much here to see"?. I wonder what Harry thinks! LOL!

  8. Gladys says:

    Didn't Scarlett Johansson just do the exact same thing? Clearly she needs to read Kickette! Regarding GDS, he's never been my favorite person, and I'm glad he's not at Barca anymore. Mexico U-21 call girl incident aside, Jona seems so much nicer (but maybe I cut him slack cause he's Thiago's BFF).

    • Alia says:

      the U21 call girl incident was his brother no?

      • Alia says:

        that was the U22 actually

        was he involved in something else??

        • Gladys says:

          No that's the one. I had the age-range incorrect but I did remember it was in Quito and the team got robbed. Kind of hilarious. And certainly not their smartest move, but a bunch of boys together rarely equals a display of wisdom. ;)

          • laligaforladies says:

            There were two separate incidents – G was fined when the senior team had a party with call girls (a year ago), and J and the U22 were robbed by different call girls (a few months ago). How is it that even the most innocent-looking 'ballers manage to get themselves into trouble?

            • Gladys says:

              The funny part is that the U22 players would have gotten away with it if they hadn't complained to the hotel about the robbery with the whole incident of the call girl-party then showing up on surveillance tape. Again, not much maturity or common sense, combined with very little supervision, and then someone in the crowd (who knows who) organizing the whole thing (and throw in there some poor women and/or their pimps out to make some money). That's how this likely happens.

      • Gladys says:

        Yeah, it was Jonathan. I was just referring to it, because it wasn't JDS' shining moment, but I still like him. (Don't think Pep was very happy about it, and there was talk he'd be traded this summer, but he seems to be holding on.)