i love that he's sticking in harlem, the guy keeps it real.
Actually it was or me, for easy access - once I had black, I never went back
It sort of blows my mind that, with the kind of money he has, he would choose to live all the way up on 125th St. Seems so far removed from everything. And sure, the neighborhood has changed, but it still has a lot of drawbacks. You can't even find a cab around there.
R3 you can't find yellow cabs in Park Slope or most of Brooklyn either. Oh right, but people there are white
Lovely home, very nice.
Oh yhea, he's keeping it real. I'll believe that when he sends his kids to the local PS133.
Yes, r4, thus I also don't understand why any rich TV star would choose to live in Brooklyn, which is far removed from everything and you can't find a cab. When did I mention race?
It's gorgeous, but he'll probably ruin it with piles of books and pictures of David Burtka.
Who cares what NPH does when there is AnnE drama on the same page! Brooklyn is not working for her:
[quote]"Insiders" and "spies" told the Post that Hathaway thought the unit was too big and made her "too visible," and also that "she doesn't want to be recognized and believes that she has too high a profile to be able to live in [Manhattan]," both completely reasonable sentiments that, at the same time, definitely sound like Things Anne Hathaway Would Say.