Like octomom, Nadya Suleman, singer Rod Stewart has become the father of his eight child, a feat that will make him an octopop, joining veteran octopop Mel Gibson. Mel's eight child was with Russian girl friend Oksana Grigorieva, who also has a son by former 007 Bond actor Timothy Dalton.
Unfortunately, Mr. Gibson has been acting more like the father of Rosemary's Baby, (in film by the same name) when speaking with the mother of child number eight. Good friend Jody Foster, single mother of two, remains a loyal and supportive friend to Mel. Maybe Paris Hilton will make Ms. Foster her NBF.
Mia Farrow, actress, peace activist, mother of seventeen, (one by Woody Allen) and the Rosemary of the Rosemary's Baby film and once married to Frank Sinatra, pointed the finger at long-time good friend British model Naomi Campbell for accepting a bag full of diamonds in a mid-night delivery from John Taylor, former head of Liberia, while she was a guest at Nelson Mandela's home in South Africa.
Testifying before the Hague, Ms. Campbell said she didn't even know who Taylor was until she checked him out on the internet. Potentially dodging a barrage of cellphones and hair brushes, Ms. Farrow disagreed, insisting that Ms. Campbell boasted about the promised delivery of diamonds at dinner the night before. At breakfast the following morning, Ms. Campbell proclaimed, "Bingo!" Or words to that effect.
The diamond dispute has yet to be resolved, but there is another paternity issue buzzing about in Washington, D.C. Seems when the U.S. sort of pulled out of Iraq, (a war that should never have been started in the first place) neo-cons wanted a share of the recognition. Why? Because they got the nation into the war in the first place.
Why anyone would claim paternity of that bastard requires a large jar of extra strength Excedrin. But neo-cons actually said, "Hey wait. We deserve a seat at the victory table also because we got the country into the war in the first place. It's our baby too."
Pray they never reach octopop status.