Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Didn't You Used to be Freddie Mitchell?

What else are former Eagles receivers to do on a Monday night other than to celebrate Terrell Owens birthday at the 40/40 Club in "Not Las Vegas" (Atlantic City)? Owens hosted his own birthday bash in the club owned by some irrelevant rapper (Jay Z Diddy or something) and Mitchell was able to free himself from Arena Football League tryouts to attend the event.

Some current Eagles, including Jevon Kearse, Lito Sheppared, and L.J. Smith were in attendance along with football players Clinton Portis, Santana Moss and Laveranues Coles. Former Cowboys receiver Michael Irvin led the crowd in a rendition of "Happy Birthday" and served as the party's official drug paraphernalia holder. Irvin personally patted down ever guest to ensure they were not "holding."

Hater Nation contributor Drew Rosenhaus arrived with Owens shortly before midnight and mingled with the crowd which included hired actors and models who danced at the party while they wore Owens' shirts with his No. 81. The shirts were different colors and there were question marks where the team name was supposed to be. Wow, how clever.

The most impressive part of the evening might have been those who were invited but could not attend—Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb, singer Fantasia, along with actors Jamie Foxx, Will Smith, and Jessica Simpson. The recently separated Simpson was at home hopping to hear word on her Golden Globe nomination for the Dukes of Hazzard, while Foxx was out protesting the execution of Tookie Williams who was Terminated by California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger early Tuesday morning. Was your invitation lost in the mail? Bemoan it here at the Hater Nation Forums.

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