Finally, after years of uncertainty regarding bathroom habits, the citizens of Memphis know where MLGW CEO Jerry Collins stands on the issue of public urination. When WREG ran a news story about some guy from East Memphis who took pictures of another guy from MLGW peeing in the street, Collins responded with unambiguous language. "If an employee was using the bathroom in public, it would be inappropriate and would be subject to disciplinary action." Thanks to Channel 3 for finally clearing this up.
Let's face it. There comes a time in every person's life when they must weigh the facts and determine whether or not they are going to buy some cheap and probably stolen hair from a street weave-hustler. In very few sentences, this police report from an attempted wig theft at Memphis' Chic Beauty supply illustrates why buying hot hair is a bad idea: "Both suspects went to the rear of the store looking at wigs. Suspect Blair Crumes started stuffing her wig (The Straight Flush, valued at $30) down the front of her pants. Suspect Sarah Metcalf started stuffing her wig (The Niki Menaj, valued at $35) down the front of her pants. Both then went past the point of sale without paying for the wigs." Remember people: Stolen hair is crotch-warmed hair. And nobody wants that.
And speaking of stolen hair pieces, Justin Timberlake recently answered a Twitter critic who accused J-Tim of being a "bandwagon" Memphis Grizzlies fan. Timberlake's response: "Uh ... I'm from Memphis and I'm an owner. Anyone else? #WigSnatch."