The photo above is a picture tweeted by noted beefcake Darren Rovell as he lamented the talent assembled for Playboy's annual Super Bowl party. In his own words "Quality of Playboy Playmates last night was not what it used to be. Here's 6 of the 16 girls with @SHAQ."
Tough times, but this is about more than just Rovell's right as a red-blooded American male to have only the finest ladies standing around him at some Super Bowl meet and greet. No, this is about business. Sports business.
See? Don't bring those weak-ass business practices and expect Darren Rovell not to cover it. And cover it he did, bitching and complaining all along about the looks of the girls. One of the Bunnies present, Jaime Edmondson, however, was not about to let Rovell get away with it.
She called Rovell out for being rude, while also noting that it's not always about looks and that she has a degree in criminology. She also gave the low down on what really set Rovell off. As usual, it involved his precious invention, Twitter.
What really sparked the rude comment that @darrenrovell made (because I was there) is that when he asked to take a photo w/ me on the red carpet, the closest person to us was on the phone and advised they were unavailable because they were in the middle of handling an issue at VIP check in and to see if someone else could take it...he then said to me in a snotty fit "Oh not even for my 175,000 Twitter followers" and stormed away
Rovell's response was simple. "why am I not allowed to comment on looks? That's what every single man who paid for that party came to see." Also, they didn't even serve food. So what, exactly, is one supposed to get for "$1000..."?
Darren Rovell: sports business reporter, ladies and gentlemen.