Naomi Campbell insists on her own hot sauce, made from the tears of demons

Model Naomi Campbell does a photo shoot at a gas station in the Meat Packing District on June 28, 2010 in New York City (photo by Daisy Carrington / Meet The Famous) Photo via Newscom

This is a non-story in the full scope of Naomi Campbell’s evil. I mean, this is the woman who lied to a war crimes tribunal. This is a woman who hasn’t met a phone she couldn’t use as a deadly weapon. This is a woman who tried to front to Oprah – OPRAH for the love of God. So this story is just a little Page Six anecdote about Naomi pulling her diva act while dining in Capri. Apparently, Naomi wouldn’t touch her food until her boyfriend’s bodyguard brought over her own salt and pepper shakers. At least that’s what a witness said, but Naomi’s rep (that poor bastard) claims that Naomi does not IN FACT demand her “own” salt and pepper (she mingles condiments with the peasants?!?), but instead Naomi wanted her own hot sauce. The f-ck?

Naomi Campbell even has help on hand to spice up dinner. The fiery supermodel stunned onlookers as security guards handed over her special condiments as she dined at a restaurant in Capri with Leonardo DiCaprio and Bar Refaeli while vacationing on a yacht with billionaire Russian boyfriend Vladimir Doronin.

A witness told us, “She couldn’t indulge in food until her boyfriend’s bodyguard brought over her own salt and pepper shakers.”

Campbell’s rep insisted, “It wasn’t salt and pepper, it’s her Jamaican hot sauce.”

[From Page Six]

Jamaican hot sauce? Sure. What was she eating, though? Pasta? A salad? The souls of babies? Could Naomi’s special hot sauce be the root of all of her troubles? Maybe she’s not a bitch straight from the dark netherworld, but instead she’s just a chick who needs a glass of water? Probably not. The hot sauce probably cools down her demon temper.

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Model Naomi Campbell does a photo shoot at a gas station in the Meat Packing District on June 28, 2010 in New York City (photo by Daisy Carrington / Meet The Famous) Photo via Newscom

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  1. Brooke says:

    bahaha ‘maybe she’s just a chick who needs a glass of water’

  2. LOVE ANGELINA says:

    OMG That headline is funny as hell. My mom carries hot sauce in her purse, she just likes it on her food, believe it or not sometimes people don’t have hot sauce so mom carries her own. I bet you 10k Leo and Bar don’t have hot sauce on their yacht. Some times you just need hot sauce.

  3. Cheyenne says:

    Hot sauce sure isn’t going grow that hair back on her head that her weave pulled out.

    I’ve heard of people who are hooked on Sriracha sauce and carry it with them everywhere they go.

  4. Lala11_7 says:

    RHONCY…I see you’re REAL FREE AND EASY with the sterotypes…what the hell do wanting special sauce on your food have to do with a Black woman ordering “fried chicken”?!?!

    Chile…PLEASE!!!

  5. meme says:

    This woman is the epitome of c*untiness.

  6. Toe says:

    I love spicy food as well, so i bring my own “special” spicy sauce with me. Maybe, just maybe se puts spice on her food so she doesnt eat too much of it.

  7. Lydia says:

    Although I would like to despise a little more than I already do, some people ARE particular about their hot sauce so I can understand that.

  8. Lydia says:

    @ Lala, I was just staying away from that. At some point there is nothing anyone can do about ignorance especially in this day and age…

  9. Sumodo1 says:

    This story made me go running for Sriracha sauce to put on my arroz con pollo!

  10. lena says:

    @ RHONYC

    Pump your breaks…

    What does wanting/having hot sauce have to do with Naomi Campbell? And why should she have ordered fried chicken. I notice in SOME of your posts you tend bring race/stereotypes into it somehow even when it’s not necessary…you need to evaluate what you say/type before hitting the submit button. Ignorance is not funny nor cute.

  11. Praise St. Angie! says:

    meh, it’s not so strange.

    believe it or not, there are restaurants that 1)don’t carry hot sauce or 2)don’t carry the brand the person wants to use.

    just as some are very picky about what soda they drink (coke vs. pepsi) or what mayo they use (Helmann’s vs. Kraft), some are very picky about the hot sauce they use.

    as much of a C-U-next tuesday that I think she is, this isn’t reason to hate on her. As Kaiser said, “This is a non-story in the full scope of Naomi Campbell’s evil.”

  12. db8ng1 says:

    As a fan of hot sauce myself, I can understand. I’m not so fanatical that I feel the need to carry it around. Maybe some people do and that’s their deal so it’s cool.

    Let us remember, this is no ordinary person. It’s Naomi Campbell.

    So, HIS BODYGUARDS carry it for her? What?! Sounds like she’s paranoid that someone is going to poison her. And sure, I like hot sauce, but if the host doesn’t have hot sauce I’m not going to be rude and bust out my own. I’d bet even if Bar & Leo had hot sauce on their yacht, she’d still whip out her own stuff because her’s is “her Jamaican hot sauce”.

    She’s just a giant, self-absorbed, paranoid, hot sauce-loving, b*tch, thankyouverymuch.

  13. yadira says:

    or maybe she just has a burning butt rash from when the “spice” is dispelled. That would make anyone grumpy

  14. Cheyenne says:

    @Sumodo: LOL you like that stuff too?

    I have to admit it’s tasty in very, very, very, very, very small doses.

  15. jzhz says:

    She may be bald and crazy, but she’s also still beautiful.

  16. TaylorB says:

    I love my hot sauce as much as the next person, but I would carry it myself… In her case I have to wonder if the security detail is carrying it to prevent her from whipping it out and pelting someone in the head when the mood strikes.

  17. Riley says:

    Leo DiCaprio hanging out with Miss Blood Diamond herself… hmmmm. Suspicious.

  18. Oenix says:

    Dear RHONYC from bed-sty,

    Please take a chill pill as there is no need for you to go on like you did above, especially since it has only exposed your own ignorance.

    With that grammar and spelling, you’re also not coming across as someone who even graduated from high school.

    Oenix

  19. RHONYC says:

    Dear OENIX,

    i think we ‘all’ have learned from fantasia that pills just aren’t the answer.

    ok, harvard?!

    this conversation has grown tiresome.

    :-)

    zzz.

  20. TaylorB says:

    Just curious, I am not very familiar with the texting lexicon, what does ‘s.m.d’ mean?

  21. TaylorB says:

    Oh and what does ‘bed-sty’ mean?

    Sorry, just trying to catch up with the times.

    Thanks.

  22. lena says:

    Taylorb

    it means suck my d***

    Very eloquent is it not? For someone that likes to call black women ghetto when they “actin’ a damn fool” you would think RHONYC would have a more intelligent retort, but alas her post seems to invoke the old saying of the pot calling the kettle black.

  23. RHONYC says:

    bedford-styvesant, brooklyn.

    no prob.

  24. Kaiser says:

    ENOUGH. All of you, or I’m going to start deleting comments and banning people. FOR REAL.

    You may hate on Naomi. You may not hate on each other.

  25. RHONYC says:

    sorry i can’t be as super-intelligent as some out there!

    *napolean dynamite*

    “gosh!”

    i kid, i kid…you’re right, many apologies kaiser.

    lil pms mixed with green-tea supplements.

    well, cherrio fellow celeb$tches.

    off the clock early today.

    it’s grey out, but i can still make out all 3 bridges from the 38th floor.

    ima work this out in zumba class, see ya! :-)

  26. lena says:

    Kaiser,

    Honestly the “negrodian” comment is offensive to some people. That post, which if you read it slowly you might be able to decipher it since the grammar is horrble, is filled with negative stereotypes about blacks/black women…i’m honestly suprised that it was even posted.

    Is Naomi a raving diva bitch…yes

    Does she deserve to be called a negrodian (term for negro/black), who should have screamed for fried chicken?..In my opinion, no.

  27. Kaiser says:

    lena – Not to pick a fight, but aren’t you one of the people who had a hissy fit about how people shouldn’t be offended with Jennifer Aniston’s use of the word “retard”? Honestly, RHONYC’s wording offends me too, but that’s why anyone can report comments as offensive and that’s why CB and I moderate. At this point, I’m not taking it off.

  28. TaylorB says:

    Hmmmm… so that is what that stands for, Holy Hannah that is a bit of a harsh sign off, frankly I am sorry I asked. I still don’t get the ‘bed-sty’ ref, but I guess that must be a NY thing.

  29. Samantha says:

    If I weren’t so forgetful, I’d carry hot sauce with me too. I have a specific favorite. Also, if it would hold up I’d carry a jar of mayo too, but that’s because I think its embarrassing to be like, “Can I have a little hamburger with my mayo please?”

  30. Bec says:

    Sorry, but I agree with RHONYC. That shit is ghetto. And I’m also from the hood, so I’ve as much right as anyone else to call ‘em like I see ‘em.

    My aunt carries around a little bottle of Franks (the king of hot sauce!) and keeps a big jug in her trunk to top it up. She laughs about it all the time and knows exactly how she looks. Let’s get real here.

  31. lena says:

    @ Kaiser

    nope wasn’t me…I said she should apologize, but probably won’t.

    And I’m still surprised that the term negrodian would be allowed on this site to describe a bitchy black woman/person, but I’m almost positive if I told RHONYC that she was a “R” word for her comments my post would have deleted and me possibly banned.

  32. Kaiser says:

    Lena – Okay, sorry about that. There are several “lenas” that post here, and one was very vocal about it.

    I took off the offensive comments. Sorry everyone.

  33. Praise St. Angie! says:

    Bec, I love the Frank’s ads.

    the little old woman saying “I put that BLEEP on everything” never fails to crack me up.

  34. lena says:

    @ Kaiser

    Thanks, :-)

    Sometimes people tend to be a little too “extra” with their posts.

  35. TaylorB says:

    Samantha,

    I know what you mean. My hubby makes the best hot sauce mix, and he adds just a bit of honey which helps it really stick to the food. If I could I would tote that stuff everywhere.

  36. Bec says:

    Praise: My aunt does indeed put it on everything: breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I put it on fried chicken. Nothing else. I can’t imagine enjoying food that all tastes the same.

    Also, I know it’s off topic, but everybody loves fried chicken. Y’all know you do. If KFC depended on black people to survive, it would have to shut its doors. Little issue of blacks representing just 12% of the country and all.

  37. jr says:

    hahahahahahhaha

    love it!!!
    l am jamaican too, and know the exact sauce they are speaking off!

    go Naomi!!!!

  38. TaylorB says:

    I wonder if she is a smoker, lots of smokers use excessive salt, spices on their food because their taste buds not so good.

  39. Eileen says:

    I can’t say I would hold up a dinner waiting for hot sauce but I’m a big fan!!

    Sumundo! I LOVE Sriracha so much I just squeeze it on a cracker and eat it for a snack!
    And also @ Bec-I LOVE the Franks buffalo sauce! I’m making a “breakfast pizza” tonight that my kids love with scrambled eggs, cheese and bacon on a thin pizza crust and I pour Franks sauce all over it!

  40. Liana says:

    i give up. Explaining what and where Bed-Sty is certainly isn’t spam and all of a sudden today, my comments are being marked as spam? WTF?

    Bed-Sty is a community in Brooklyn. So is Williamsburg (where I live when not stuck in LA) and Flatbush (where I used to live)

  41. aenflex says:

    Damn, is Negrodian even a word? I couldn’t be offended at such an ignorant vernacular. I’m as white as snow, (unfortunately), and I carry my Lousiana Crystal Hot Sauce with my where ever I go. Staring at 3 bottles in the floor in my office right now. It cannot be a race thing, it’s effing sauce.

  42. notgaga says:

    @Bec:

    Just so you know, white people carry their own hot sauce as well. They get called “foodies.”

  43. HotPockets says:

    I cannot stand this woman.

    She may be beautiful, but ugly for sure on the inside. I wonder what would have become of her if she did not receive all the opportunities given to her. I wonder if she has always been a mean person? The whole blood diamond controversy is outrageous and this woman flat out lied, there should be some sort of charge put against her, and for her repetitive assaults on people in general.

    No cellphones, hair weaves, hot sauce, and blood diamonds would be the death of her, obviously.

  44. la chica says:

    i do this all the time. most restaurants have Tabasco or some cheap version of Tabasco. i like Caribbean hot sauce so i carry my own. get over it.

  45. Liana says:

    I don’t carry my own hot sauce because I hate carrying purses large enough for it, but I do pout when they don’t have any.

  46. Gypsy says:

    I don’t get it? What so strange about having your own special sauce?
    I make my own sauce because I have a low sodium diet and I just feel I can make a healthier and tastier sauce than those restaurants..What wrong with that???

    Go Naomi – Fierce, Fearless and Saucey

  47. RHONYC says:

    maybe she can use that hotsauce on those ‘blotches-of-taco-meat-under-her-weave’ (my boyfriend’s description).

    ya know…them ‘buckshots’……’kitchens’.

    lol :-)

  48. Missy Aggravation says:

    My beloved has an affinity for specific, small batch hot sauce out of Kentucky. That boy would put it on everything if it wasn’t such a hassle to get more.

    Totally craving scrambled eggs with hot sauce for dinner now.

    As for the story – I think it’s funny that her boyfriend’s bodyguard got stuck on condiment duty. I guess her assistant’s hands were full with her bag of extensions.

  49. DetRiotgirl says:

    @ Bec your first post cracked me up! I brought some cholula with me to dinner the other night with my boyfriend. He also said I was being ghetto. But, that didn’t stop him from using my hot sauce! Lol

  50. Hatsumomo says:

    OH MY GAD!!!!! I totally do the same thing! And I love Sriracha sauce!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  51. Gymo says:

    On Seinfeld there was an episode where Elaine (Julia) brought her own sauce to dinner, (it was really Cosmo who made it) Jerry was shocked and disdainful but they all wanted to use it, and was eventually kicked out of the restaurant.

    Folks, when you use restaurant sauce, do you actually know what’s in it and if there are expired/rotted products used to make it, or do you just blindly trust that the restaurant will throw out their rotted/profit because it’s spoilt?

    With enough salt you could mask even cadaver juice :)

  52. Bec says:

    notgaga: We’ll have to agree to disagree. I work in the food and wine industry, so I’m certainly not disputing the fact that foodies come in all shapes and sizes. Just as errant behavior isn’t restricted to race and class.

    Carrying your own hot sauce to douse your food in a restaurant in Capri with Leo Di Caprio is ghetto and no one’s going to convince me otherwise. I cringe for her. Pulling it out at the place with the best oxtail stew and rice & peas? Perfect. At a high end restaurant? Not so much.

  53. Gymo says:

    @Bec – Do you have any idea how many high-end restaurants in New York city are fined for unsanitary conditions? High end is no indication of cleanliness.

    Naomi is rich enough to decide what sauce she want to have delivered from her boyfriend ‘s yacht.
    Naomie is a woman who lives her life on her own terms, Leo or even the Queen of England presence isn’t going to decide how she lives – I admire that spirit.

  54. Bec says:

    Gymo: Why is it that Naomi has a right to her opinions and a right to decide what’s correct but I don’t? It’s my opinion. You have yours. Sure she can put hot sauce on her food in Capri with Leo, but here we are. Commenting on it on a celebrity blog. She shows poor judgement at every turn. I don’t applaud that. It’s not the sign of a strong individual, but a self-centered one. Granted, this episode is incredibly minor compared to the numerous assaults, acceptance of blood diamonds, and general bad behavior, but she’s generally not a nice person. Even when doing something banal like eating dinner (albeit with superstars), there’s no self-awareness.

    And who said anything about cleanliness? I’m well aware of the conditions of high end restaurants (see post above). I’m also aware that it is bad form to ask for salt, pepper, and condiments when a trained chef has created the dish as he/she believes it should be created. Whether you have the “right” to ask for condiments is another question for another foodie discussion. However, acknowledging that you will be judged if you ask for ketchup with your braised short ribs is reality.