It’s Fanboy News time!
This week there was an incident at Big Sean’s autograph signing as well as Tom Brady under fire for gouging fans at a private autograph signing and an Adele superfan gets a tatoo on her arm.
Check out all the news that’s fit to print below!
Big Sean Clarifies Queens Autograph Signing Incident
Sean explains what actually happened at his meet-and-greet Friday night.A Big Sean meet-and-greet autograph signing at F.Y.E. in Ridgewood, Queens was cut short Friday evening after a man attempted to put his hands on Sean. A fan video captured the immediate aftermath of the incident; a comment by the cameraman and the scrum of police officers restraining the aggressor led some to the conclusion that the man had slapped the Detroit rapper.
Tom Brady appears to be charging absurd fees for his autograph
Collecting sports memorabilia can get expensive, and it doesn’t get cheaper when collectors start hunting the biggest names out there. Following his win in Super Bowl LI and a record fourth Super Bowl MVP, it doesn’t get any bigger than Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
RICH ASS TOM BRADY IS GOUGING PATS FANS FOR A SIMPLE AUTOGRAPH
Tom Brady, who will make $44 million from the New England Patriots in the next two years, will spend a few hours of his off season signing autographs for loyal Pats fans, as long as they’re willing to skip rent.
LOOK: Ezekiel Elliott will let you know if your Ezekiel Elliott autograph is fake
Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott is more than just one of the NFL’s best young talents. He’ll also verify whether your official Ezekiel Elliott autograph is officially counterfeit.
Adele Superfan Gets Grammy-Award Winning Popstar’s Autograph TATTOOED On His Arm
An Adele superfan has paid tribute to the Grammy-award winning popstar by having her autograph TATTOOED on his arm.
Dedicated Lex James Goodwin, 22, listened to the Brit singer’s hits for an hour before he plucked up the courage to get the inking.
Orem resident donates collection of autographed photos from ’40s and ’50s Hollywood stars
Autographed photos of Judy Garland, Clark Gable, Fred Astaire and other Hollywood stars were part of the collection Betty Nichols recently donated to the SCERA Center for the Arts.
Nichols, 85, started collecting the autographs when she was 12 years old and living in Helper, Utah. Bedridden by a doctor’s order after developing rheumatic fever, Nichols started sending letters to celebrities of that time, soliciting an autograph from them.
Julia Roberts’ attorneys confirm Tubs is the victim of a hoax
Julia Roberts’ attorneys, Ryan Wm. Nord, Howard Fishman and Juliet Evens of HWHM+F, have confirmed that their client has never been in contact with Ryan Tubridy in any form or through anyone else.
“Ms. Roberts has made no contact whatsoever with Mr. Turbidy. We are confirming that Ms. Roberts is not sending any letters and/or autographs to Mr. Turbidy or his radio station; nor does Ms. Roberts have an assistant by the name of Sean McCormack.