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First, sushi and Chinese herbs tried to poison Jeremy Piven, forcing the Entourage actor to drop out of David Mamet’s Speed-the-Plow last December.
Oh, Asian Foods. Why do you hate the Pivert so?
A person who fetishizes Asian dress, food, religion, and/or culture, often to the detriment of his/her own health and that of others.
Yoga and hair weave-enthusiast Jeremy Piven was forced to drop out of a Broadway production of Mamet’s Speed-the-Plow this week after “shocking levels” of mercury–attributed to eating too much sushi and Chinese herbs–were found in his system. His doctor told People magazine that Piven’s decision to leave the play was purely medical and had nothing to do with the Entourage actor’s widely-perceived douchery.
Since Entourage is on hiatus, fans of the Pivert will have to settle for watching reruns of the Discovery Channel’s “Journey of a Lifetime with Jeremy Piven,” a 2006 series documenting Piven’s spiritual passage to India. Namaste!
Wait one Gap cotton pickin’ minute!
I thought Jeremy Piven had been banned from all of Nobu Matsuhisa restaurants, a fitting punishment for tipping an esteemed sushi chef with a filthy Entourage DVD.
So what was that derelict doing disturbing the sushi peace by fighting with his mother Friday night at NYC’s Nobu? Has someone hugged it out with him? Doesn’t anyone realize that he doesn’t respect the roe? Who is manning the reservation desk at this joint!?
Disrespecting your parents could not be less Asian. Disrespecting Nobu, even more so.
Sushi virtuoso/my hero Nobu Matsuhisa has apparently banned this repulsive, self-aggrandized, too-old-to-be-working-the-”Young Hollywood”-party-scene, pouty-eyed acting slug Jeremy Piven from all of his fine dining establishments…
…for leaving Season One of Entourage on DVD as his tip for a 12-asshole party at Nobu in Aspen, Co.
The server apparently threw the DVD at Piven’s head.
I know I don’t have to say this, but there are really two Amazians in this situation.