Monday, April 28, 2014

Donald Sterling's Girlfriend's Lawyer Coached Her Well

By Steve Sailer

 Matt Kemp ($160 million contract) and V. Stiviano.
Reviewing the illegally recorded tape of part of 81-year-old billionaire Donald Sterling's conversation with his young mistress V. Stiviano, I'm reminded of old stories of elderly cuckolds, like Chaucer's The Miller's Tale and who knows how many comic operas.
Donald Sterling
We don't have the beginning of the conversation, which would presumably be very interesting. The parts of the recording leaked (no doubt by Team Stiviano) have the flavor of a well-rehearsed entrapment.
V: ... I'm sorry, sweetie. Everything was OK and perfect. 
DS. I'm just telling you, you told me you were going to remove it, so Dennis, the second [that?] Dennis looked at me and made that comment.

What was "that comment" that the second Dennis made that so wounded the 80-year-old sugar daddy?

That comment appears to have been made by Dennis regarding Donald Sterling's mistress's predilection for posting on social media pictures of herself with famous black athletes and celebrities. Why in the world would an octogenarian object to his arm candy advertising herself to the world as consorting constantly without him with famous black athletes? What implication could Dennis have drawn from Ms. Stiviano's Instagram pictures about the old fool's ability to keep his youthful and expensive girlfriend sexually satisfied?

V: ... I'm sorry you feel that way, honey. I don't know how this conversation even came about. You were telling me how people called you, and how they mentioned certain things to you, and how it bothers you.

"Mentioned certain things" ... Ms. Viviano's lawyer appears to have done an excellent job at coaching his client at how to lead the billionaire in this surreptitiously-recorded conversation so that the public won't be able to figure out what they are talking about when it is leaked.

DS: Can't you just say, "The few Instagrams, I won't, I just ..."

Next, the golddigger, not the billionaire, introduces the subject of black people into the part of the conversation she's released.

V: Honey, if it makes you happy, I will remove all of the black people from my Instagram.
DS: Thank you. You said that before, you said, "I understand." 

Obviously, there was a lot of previous discussion between these two that we aren't being let in on by Team Stiviano.

V: ... I DID remove the people that were independently on my Instagram that are black. 

What does "independently" mean here? My guess would be that he's okay with her posting pictures of herself with some famous athlete or hip-hop star as long as Sterling is in the picture with the two younger people, but he's not okay with her posting pictures suggesting to the world that she's hanging out with these famous studs without him in the picture.

DS: You said that before, you said, "I understand." Then why did you start saying that you didn't? You just said that you didn't remove them. You didn't remove every -- " 
V: I didn't remove Matt Kemp and Magic Johnson, but I thought -- I thought Matt Kemp is mixed, and he was OK, just like me. He's lighter and whiter than me.

Rihanna-Matt Kemp
Matt Kemp is the L.A. Dodger slugger who formerly dated pop star Rihanna (until he had an off-season in 2010, after which he got his mojo back and was runner-up in the MVP voting in 2011 when he led the NL with 39 dingers).

In other words, Kemp swings some heavy lumber in the Los Angeles Celebrity Sexual Marketplace. If I were an octogenarian giving some tart two Bentleys and a Ferrari to be my girlfriend, I'd know what people would think when they see pictures on her Instagram of her being friendly with the 6'4" 215-pound 29-year-old Kemp without her elderly sponsor in the frame.

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