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WAWIBF... Jay Kay

17 September 2006

As ex-celebrities go, there are few who can match Jay Kay for genuine loathsomeness. His astonishing arrogance in the face of titanic musical blandness, his proud lad's mag love of all things fast and blonde, and his vile, ferrety little face all combine to really wind up the average Joe on the street. Which is why there was a certain amount of pleasure this week when he was back in the tabs making an ass-hat of himself.

In a nutshell then: he comes out of this Soho club in the early hours of Tuesday morning, steaming drunk, lairy as Larry and clearly up for a bit of a bundle. He sees a plethora of paparazzi hanging about, clamming for some upskirt shots of barely legal-looking whatever-the-hell-she-is, Lindsay Lohan. At which point Jay Kay, seeing that he was of no interest to anyone, became all red-misty-eyed, accused the paps of being, variously, Italians, monkeys and 'gay boys from the South'. (He is a wag.) Then, just to prove he isn't all mouth and no knuckles, he pulls some of his best Ralph Macchio moves till the filth move in and he's cuffed and carted off to chokey. But not before being papped to buggery in all his grim gurning savagery.

In a lovely but obviously completely inadvertent front page juxtaposition in thelondonpaper, Kay's papped pop was sat right next to a headline shouting 'STOP YOBS WRECKING OUR SOHO'. We couldn't agree more. Bang the bastard up and let's concentrate on something more substantial.

Right. Lindsay Lohan's vagina...



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