Kim Kardashian may be everywhere, but let’s not forget who the original Hollywood socialite was! Paris Hilton is back on our radar, and in a big way — she’s making headlines for signing with hip-hop empire Cash Money Records.
+ Skateboard with Lil Wayne
Last fall, Lil Wayne opened DEWeezy Skatepark in his hometown of New Orleans. The park is in the Lower Ninth Ward, an area that has seen little growth since it was destroyed in Hurricane Katrina. “I just wanted to help out my city, help out the people and the kids and give them something to do,” he said. “Something they haven’t done before. It’s always good to learn something new.” Paris and Weezy should head down to the skate park and skate with the kids … or at least try. Sounds like a scene straight out of “The Simple Life.”
+ Walkabout with Drake
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Most artists buy lavish cars when they sign recording contracts, but we want Paris Hilton to buy … wheelchairs! 100 million people worldwide and up to 6% of people in developing countries need a wheelchair but can’t afford one. The Walkabout Foundation donates $300 all-terrain chairs to these people. Why all-terrain? Many U.S. buildings and sidewalks aren’t wheelchair friendly, so just imagine how hard getting around must be for the disabled in developing nations! Before he was a famous rapper, Drake played wheelchair-bound Jimmy on “Degrassi: The Next Generation.” Drake’s personal ties to the cause and Paris’ huge signing bonus make them the perfect candidates to donate the cause.
+ Play Barbies with Nicki Minaj
Are there any ladies in Hollywood who look more like Barbies than Paris Hilton and Nicki Minaj do? These two are bound to become BFFs, if they’re not already. They should deliver “Nicki & Paris” dolls to hospitalized girls, to cheer them up and show them that beauty and friendship come in all colors AND shapes, ‘cause you know that Nicki doll is gonna have a big booty.
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