In 2005, the Black Eyes Peas featuring Fergie were performing "Let`s Get It Started" in San Diego when she got things started by peeing all over herself. There was urine running down her legs and a massive urine stain on her crotch that could be seen by her fans in the nosebleed seats.
A picture is worth a thousand words, and the photos of the urine-drenched Fergie spoke volumes of her abject humiliation. Fergie should have retired from show business, and dedicated the rest of her life to washing the diapers of babies in the Third World. But homegirl swallowed her humiliation and kept right on rocking.
I forgave the pop diva even though I can`t stand the Black Eyes Peas, and especially Fergie`s weak rapping skills.
I thought that Fergie would never sink lower than that fateful night in San Diego, but I was wrong, sweet Holy Jesus I was wrong.
Fergie`s idiosyncratic rendition of the National Anthem at Sunday`s NBA All-Star Game was godawful, it`s the miracle that Fergie managed to leave the arena without being mauled by the fans.
The bewilderment and shock was etched in the faces of the basketball players and the fans as Fergie was destroying our beloved National Anthem.
Even Rosanne Barr who until now had delivered worst rendition of the National Anthem was in shock, she tweeted:
"Who saw Fergie`s national anthem performance at the NBA All Star Game? she tweeted. think mine was better lowkey."
Fergie finally apologized today, telling TMZ:
"I`ve always been honored and proud to perform the national anthem and last night I wanted to try something special for the NBA," she said. I`m a risk taker artistically, but clearly this rendition didn`t strike the intended tone. I love this country and honestly tried my best."
Fergie`s apology is too little too late, at the worst she deserves the death penalty, and at the least she deserves to be banished from the United States of America.
I can`t even begin to describe what a mockery Fergie made of the National Anthem, see for yourself.
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