It's the end of the world as we know it. Non-talent hubby Kevin Federline landed in this week's issue of Newsweek with a story that ran longer than a page and had, not one but, two photos.
Let me speak for all of us: Noooooooooooooooooo! K-Fed getting any kind of attention in the once-reputable Newsweek is just wrong.
Siting his new role as "white-boy rapper," the article by Lorraine Ali quotes Kevin as saying, "Sure, there'll be the initial shock and awe," referring to his upcoming album. "But they've already said so much s--t about me it can't get worse. 'He hates his children, he treats his wife like dirt, he gets high all day.' If I was that bad, you think anyone, let alone Britney, would put up with it?"
Ali went on to describe K-Fed as a "vocal chameleon" who gets "down and dirty" in the vein of Ludacris and with the defensive and emotional reach of Eminem. Obviously, she must be likin' that Brazilian ass-shaker single, Popozao, or she didn't hear the same version the rest of us did.
K-Fed says his future plans include a BIG stage: "I want to do a global tour at least once. Anything after that will be hard, especially if my wife is out on tour. I'll just stop and follow her around. I don't care. I mean, I'll still make music because I want to, but I'll do it when my kids are at school. It'll be my job to look after them."