Terrence Howard invented a new kind of ‘Terryology’ math where “1 X 1 = 2”


Yesterday, Terrence Howard’s Rolling Stone profile went viral. Why, you ask? Because the man is crazy. This isn’t a situation where “haha, he’s so quirky and odd, how charming!” No. He’s a violent woman-beater and he’s legitimately crazy. At some point this year, I really just tapped out on covering Howard, even though there’s been a ton of news about his crazy divorces, money woes, legal issues and more. First of all, I couldn’t keep it straight, because it seemed like every year he has a new “wife” and then it all ends in tears, violence, divorce and a new baby. You can read the full Rolling Stone interview with Howard here. Some highlights:

He took the role in Empire because women kept accusing him of abuse & assault: “Since they see me as a bad guy. I’m gonna play a bad guy.”

When Robert Downey Jr. had him kicked off the Iron Man franchise: “When all that stuff went down about me, you’re not in any bargaining position. You’re shunned. You’re persona non grata.”

Terryology: As RS writes, “He continued to love himself by buying scissors, wire, magnets and vast numbers of sheets of plastic. He had a theory. It might seem crazy, it may even be crazy, but a long time ago he’d gotten hold of this notion that one times one doesn’t equal one, but two. He began writing down his logic, in a language of his own devising that he calls Terryology. He wrote forward and backward, with both his right and left hands, sometimes using symbols he made up that look foreign, if not alien, to keep his ideas secret until they could be patented. In 2013, he got married again, to an L.A. restaurateur named Mira Pak, and the two would spend up to 17 hours a day cutting shapes out of the plastic and joining them together into various objects meant to demonstrate not only his one-times-one theory but many others as well.”

He quit smoking cigarettes. “Anything you do against yourself is an attack against the people you care about.” (Later on, he will admit to “sneaking a cigarette here and there.”)

His new wife pays the bills (except she’s divorcing him too): “You know, all my checks from Fox are being held for garnishment, because of my ex. I’m broke as can be. But my wife, she did well for herself, so she’s covered us. This place, she’s renting it. I’m suffering. There’s nothing worse than being a broke movie star.”

Assaulting his first wife: “She was talking to me real strong, and I lost my mind and slapped her in front of the kids. Her lawyer said it was a closed fist, but even slapping her was wrong.”

Assaulting another wife, Michelle Ghent: “She was trying to Mace me and you can’t see anything so all you can do is try to bat somebody away, and I think that something caught her. But I wasn’t trying to hit her.”

Real men, frequencies: “My daddy taught me, ‘Never take the vertebrae out of your back or the bass out of your throat. I ain’t raisin’ sheep. I raised men. Stay a man.’ But being a man comes with a curse because it’s not a society made for men to flourish anymore. Everything is androgynous, you know? The more successful men now are the effeminate.” Which is another attitude that has gotten him heat. Not that he cares. “The people that judge you don’t matter. They’re not real. Everything is just frequencies.”

Math: “This is the last century that our children will ever have been taught that one times one is one. They won’t have to grow up in ignorance. Twenty years from now, they’ll know that one times one equals two. We’re about to show a new truth. The true universal math. And the proof is in these pieces. I have created the pieces that make up the motion of the universe. We work on them about 17 hours a day. She cuts and puts on the crystals. I do the main work of soldering them together. They tell the truth from within.”

[From Rolling Stone]

Do you mind if I just cut it off there? Because I really can’t finish. I can’t read any more. I go back and forth on whether we should even pay attention to Howard, because I think he’s so violent, dangerous and crazy, and at some point, it’s just sad. Sad for his victims, sad for his children, and yes, even sad for him. But you know what? I didn’t put him on Empire. I didn’t give him yet another chance at stardom. Hollywood did that, even with all of assault charged, even with all of the big power players in Hollywood telling other people “do not hire this man.” Ugh.


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  1. Crocuta says:

    Real men think 1 x 1 = 2. That’s the basics of his science.

  2. CariBean says:

    He’s scary crazy. And so delusional. He’s an admitted wife-beater – why does Hollywood keep hiring him?

    • teatimeiscoming says:

      The same reason they hire Woody Allen and Roman Polanski and Mel Gibson etc. Because women aren’t people to them; women are just objects. Crimes against women don’t count because they aren’t people.

    • Denisemich says:

      He is no crazier than the rest of hollywood. He is just black and crazy. But his real problem is drugs.

      Every star with drug problems has hit a woman. I believe Robert Deniro had issues when he was doing cocaine.

      I don’t love Downey but he protected his sobriety by getting rid of Howard. You can’t blame him for that.

      • Neah23 says:

        And yet he still friends with Mel Gibson.

      • SillySimone says:

        No, he is straight up mentally ill. Like Amanda whatever her name is. There are eccentric people to be sure. Creativity and eccentricity go hand in hand. There are addicts to be sure. But this is obviously a very serious mental illness.

      • V4Real says:

        Actually it was Jon Favreau who didn’t want Howard back for IM2. He didn’t like working with Howard and actually cut some of his scenes in IM.

        First Howard claimed that it was because of RDJ that he was offered very little to return to the Franchise because the studio paid Robert more. Note he never said anything about Robert getting him kicked out of the franchise, just that he wanted more money. Now he’s saying RDJ had him kicked off. Get your lies straight Howard. It was the studio and Favreau.

        As for RDJ being friends with Mel. Well I’m sure there are quite a few of us that have friends that others wouldn’t be too fond of. But if you notice even though RDJ says he’s still friends with Mel you don’t see them paling around with each other. Mel has not attended any of Rob’s bday parties in the last few years. He hasn’t attended any of Rob’s wife Susan events. Actually the last time they were even seen together was the 2011 Cinematography event. So maybe they are just friends from a distance or in name only.

      • denisemich says:

        @V4real, I think Jon took the hit for Downey. Otherwise I don’t think he and howard could have done Term life together years later.

      • billy-the-beetroot says:

        How does anybody claim to know who attended a private Hollywood party?

        Howard got himself fired from being in any further Marvel movies after he gave his creepy ‘baby wipes’ interview to Elle mag and because of his domestic violence allegations. Behavior like that is unacceptable for a guy who wants to play a superhero in a PG13 franchise. Marvel isn’t the only production company who fired Terrence Howard, BTW.

      • doofus says:

        eh, I think he’s crazier than some. I don’t recall any other actors claiming they’ve discovered a new kind of math that negates everything most mathematicians know and believe.

        and spending 17 hours a day on ANYTHING is not healthy. perhaps a drug problem has exacerbated his mental illness, but I think he def has some mental health issues.

      • V4Real says:

        If that question was directed at me we know who attended Hollywood parties or certain events because it’s all over the Internet and news outlets. For example when RDJ had several parties there were pics of his guest arriving and leaving with some insiders also saying who was there. When Rob threw his wife Susan a weekend birthday bash there were pics all over the iternet of that party and the attendees. Do you think as big of a name that Mel is that they would say oh and we forgot to mention that Mel was there and we decided not to get a photo. How do you think we know Katie Holmes attended RDJ’S 50 bday bash. Because there were pics of her arriving. Don’t take my word for it, just Google.

        I’m going to stick with my belief that it was Favreau and the studio that didn’t want Howard. Jon and Marvel execs were in that position to not acccept him back. Howard is mad at Downey because he believes that he should have been getting the money Dowey was paid or at least match Downey’s salary for the second film. Howard even lied and said that it was all because of him that RDJ was hired in the first place. Now years later he wants to blame Downey for being kicked out. Dowey was gaining popularity but he didn’t have the clout as of yet to tell the studio who to fire. Let’s not forget that Howard said he left because Downey stole his paycheck. That’s not kicking him out. He could have stayed for less money if it was a pay issue. Favreau cut some of Howard’s scenes in IM. That had nothing to do with Downey. Think about it for a sec. They had no idea IM would be a blockbuster. RDJ had no clout at that time and was lucky to be given a chance. He had no power to tell anyone what to do. Still Jon cut some of Howard’s scenes to make him appear less in the film. Rhodey had a much bigger part that was chopoed. It was later said that Jon found Howard difficult to work with and didn’t like his behavior on set. Marvel made him the highest paid simply because he was the first big name that signed on.

        Now just because Jon and Terrence are in a movie together almost 7 years later doesn’t mean anything. Jon is not the director or the producer of this movie. Tariji is also in Term Life. She and Howard are friends. Let’s not forget that there have been plenty of celebs working together that don’t necessarily care for each other. Remember Bruce Willis and Cybil Shepard from Moonlighting days. They hated each other.

        What got Howard kicked out of the franchise was his ego.

      • billy-the-beetroot says:

        Just because you saw some pics on gossip sites it doesn’t mean you know who did and didn’t attend RDJ’s private parties. Gez you sound like you have some personal insight to his private life.

      • V4Real says:

        Oh please you’re talking just to have something to gripe about. If people are photographed at people’s parties then that’s probably where they are. The paps as well as other photographers post their pics of celebs. Even shows like ET and Access talks about the parties and the attendees while showing pics of the arrivals. It has nothing to do with me knowing anyone personally. Now you’re just being silly.

        BTW I never said I knew about every person that attended his private parties but I’m betting if Mel was at those parties there would have been pics or a mention of it. And yes I do see pics on gossip sites just like the one you’re on right now.
        I don’t need insight to a person’s private life when the info is right there in my face.

      • billy-the-beetroot says:

        Do you still understand the difference between gossip and reality?

    • Franca says:

      Didn’t Taraji say she asked for him on Empire? Or did he asked for her to be hired? Something like that.

      • Denisemich says:

        Yes, Taraji said she would like to work with him on this. But I heard the other choice was Wesley Snipes. He is worse. Halle Berry lost hearing in one of her ears cuz he hit her so hard.

      • L says:

        What I had read was that most studios didn’t want to make empire as they thought it would be a flop. Taraji doesn’t have the best rep on sets either-and was willing to take the price offered. Apparently she lobbied for him and then he was also willing to take the lowball salary. He hadn’t been working in a while and the network didn’t really have any other options.

    • Original T.C. says:

      Either because they are guilty of the same thing and there is not a lot of public outcry about him beyond the tabloids. He is not very high profile. Also he keeps working either in films directed towards a male audience who don’t care about things like that because many of them also abuse their spouses. Or films directed towards the Black community though most Black woman HATE this man for his abusive behavior and his obsession with dating outside his race due to his skin color issues (Colorism) .

      Like in the White community most average Black women don’t keep up with the gossip about him. My Mom for sure knew nothing about his history of abuse until I told her. She just saw him as a “charming and nice looking young who should be in more films”. After I told her, he was dead to her. Won’t even watch Empire.

      What is needed is one of his wives posting a picture of her face after these “accidentally” hits in the face.

      • Wonderbunny says:

        I didn’t know anything about him (as a person) before I read this article and the comments and now I’m wondering: what on earth happened to him for him to become so messed up? He has wild fantasies about teaching the world a new truth and he hates all kinds of things that have to do with his (or someone else’s) body. There has to be some trauma there that just spun him to a completely wrong direction.

      • Sam says:

        Wonderbunny: Howard comes from a messed up background. People has a story today about how awful his father was. His father was sent to prison for stabbing a guy to death in front of his son (who was 2) while they waited in line to see a Santa Claus – look it up, it was called the Santa Line Murder and got a decent amount of press.

        So while I think Terrance Howard is a pretty unbalanced guy with serious issues who ought not be on TV, I can also feel for him in that I don’t think he got a good beginning and he probably carries some not-so-excellent genetics. But none of that is an excuse. Plenty of people come from bad stuff and turn out okay. LL Cool J talks a lot about his upbringing (his father killed his grandfather and tried to kill his mother in front of him) and he turned out pretty well. Howard has no excuse, really.

    • Talie says:

      Probably because 75% of Hollywood is made up of people like him. They all seem to be bipolar, addicts, and have a myriad of other issues.

  3. mia girl says:

    And here I always thought Terryology was the scientific study of as*holes.

    What I’ve learned today is that it is actually the scientific study of unwell, unbalanced as*holes.

  4. MrsB says:

    What in the ever loving world did I just read. He needs help, clearly.

    • funcakes says:

      Lindsay lohan school of thought.

    • mom2two says:

      My thoughts exactly. His math makes about as much sense as Common Core Math.

      • MrsB says:

        Ah, yes. Common core math, my favorite. 😐

        Actually, my son has only ever known common core math, and he is excelling with it. But, sometimes he has to explain to me what is going on.

      • mom2two says:

        @MrsB, my kids are little so we are just getting a taste of it now but they have to explain just the little bit I’ve seen to me.

      • Nicolette says:

        Oh the f***ery of Common Core where kids learn pretty much nothing but how to take tests until the spring. School started up here last Wednesday and they already have had an assessment test. The amount of pressure placed on the kids and the teachers to do well is ridiculous.

        @MrsB, we teach our son ‘old school’ math at home as well. Kids should be able to complete simple math in their heads don’t you think? With Common Core a simple problem can now take up half a page or better because they have to explain how they came up with their answer as you know. A child can have an incorrect answer on a test but can get partial credit for their reasoning. It’s absurd. So 4+4 can equal 10 if they reason it away. This should be interesting when these kids grow up and have professions where precise figures and not “guesstimates” will be required. My brothers and husband do or have worked in the trades where the slightest error in measurement can result in a tear down and rebuilding at great expense monetarily and time wise.

        No parent I speak to can help their kids with the homework anymore because when you read the problems they are presented with it makes no sense. This started when my daughter was in grade school and they started teaching the new math. My husband spent quite a bit of time explaining to her how to estimate. The next day she came home from grade school upset that her work was wrong and that they had to come up with a “guesstimate” which is nuts to me.

        My son does well with the tests too and he scored 4’s in both math and ELA on the most recent ones taken. Doesn’t change my opinion on it though as being convoluted, stressful and unnecessary. How about teaching them trades that can earn them very nice livings in the future? Schools used to have auto shop, wood shop etc. Why not now? Maybe some of them should go into chiropractic medicine because with the weight of the school bags they have to carry around their backs are going to be a mess in the future.

      • MrsB says:

        @Nicolette you are speaking my language. My son is in 2nd grade and he had testing the first week of school and will test 3 more times this year. Last year he was having such anxiety from the pressures of doing well/being good he was literally chewing holes in his sleeves while at school.

        Last week, his homework got sent back home needing to be corrected because he didn’t show his work for problems like 4+4=8. Tell me, why does work need to be shown for that?!? It’s just a waste of time! We also do some “old math” at home with him. We’ve started working on multiplication tables because apparently those aren’t taught anymore either. Incredibly frustrating to watch!!

        I wish we had more options for education here, but I don’t see anything improving anytime soon.

      • Sam says:

        Oh, Common Core. My daughter is in kindergarten and already she comes home with math stuff that neither I nor my husband (who is actually very math literate) can do. We just sit there and kind of look at it. One thing that concerns me is that it appears very advanced. Kindergarten for me was just about learning numbers and the order, looking at shapes and that kind of stuff. We counted on our fingers, for pete’s sake. They are already trying to get them to work up to operations involving the teens and twenties and she’s not really grasping it.

        We do “old math” with her already. I do lots of crafting and keep beads and other stuff around the house, so she learned to count with them. She also can cast stitches onto knitting needles and we’re using that as, like, a number line to show her addition and subtraction, which she seems to get. But yeah, it’s pretty rough right now.

    • Nicolette says:

      @MrsB you’re right the work shouldn’t have to be shown for that. They should be able to do simple math in their heads but the insanity of having to explain it doesn’t allow that. And don’t get me started on the times tables. You’re correct there too, they aren’t teaching that and times tables are basic math that helps with addition, subtraction and especially division. They are something the kids used to have to have memorized and when my daughter was in elementary school they still were teaching it.

      I have seen kids who are honors students crying outside of school the days of the state tests. What good is this doing? All it amounts to is more government intrusion that shouldn’t be there. They dangle the carrot of funding to states as the means for pressuring them to adopt this insane way of teaching. And what about cursive writing? Another thing they no longer teach, at least not here in NYC. How are they supposed to be able to do something as simple as sign their names? Again the parents have to be vigilant and take up the slack.

      I have had teacher after teacher tell me how ridiculous they find Common Core to be and are hoping the powers that be realize it and stop pushing it. Wait until your son reaches state testing grades, the pressure is on all year as I said until spring. They get tested right after coming back from Easter vacation and that doesn’t leave much time to the year for teaching anything else. The principal in his former elementary school only cared about the numbers her students would produce to make her look good. After the tests she would fill the calendar with carnivals, trips, bbq’s, dances, shows you name it. It’s crazy.

  5. Loopy says:

    Damn he does sound crazy as heyel, did Robert Downey jr really get offered a smaller salary than him, but the time Iron Man came along RD jr was back on track.

    • LAK says:

      RDJ wasn’t truly back until the BO of IRONMAN proved his worth.

      The studio didn’t want him. He got the job because the director is a personal friend, who went to bat for him against everybody’s wishes and recommendations.

      If Terence was paid more than RDJ on that first film, it shouldn’t surprise anyone since RDJ’s rep was still rock bottom at that point. Yes, he had put out some solid performances in good films between his prison release and IRONMAN hiring, but he was still considered a very high risk.

      He was considered so high risk that his salary was negotiated in back end, a rare thing for a studio to do for an actor they don’t rate. However, they also didn’t think the film would go anywhere, so at best they thought they’d weasle out of paying RDJ if the film failed and they wouldn’t have paid him upfront fees. Win win for them.

      Fortunately for RDJ, the film was a hit, and due to that back end negotiated salary, he ended up the highest paid actor in Hollywood.

      • Neah23 says:

        So could that be the real reason RDJ got Terrence Howard kick off the Iron Man franchise. Maybe RDJ couldn’t take someone like Terrence getting more money then him.

      • V4Real says:

        @ Lake I agree with all you said. But the back end deal didn’t happen for RDJ until Avengers. He was paid 500 thousand for IM, that’s it, no backend deal. After the success of IM was when they started the negotiations for Rob’s part in the MCU. He was given about 12 million for IM2 and was able to score the backend deal with Marvel for The Avengers where he was given 50 mil for a percentage of the gross and other merchandise. IM was a stand alone film and after its success is when the contracts started. Due to the success of IM and the popularity of RDJ he was able to renegotiate his contract for The Avengers unlike, Hemsworth and Evans who only got around 2 mil for The Avengers. Even Marvel’s executives said if it wasn’t for the success of IM Thor, Avengers and Cap America most likely wouldn’t have happened. Everything hinged on the success of that movie.

        But yeah, Howard was paid more for IM. But it was the studio and Jon Favreau who didn’t want Howard back. Jon didn’t like working with him and even cut some of his scenes. The part of Rhodey went to Cheadle, the man they had in mind in the first place but he wasn’t available for the first film.

    • funcakes says:

      with all this back and forth about Iron Man and who booted Terrence off the film I have to admit that at time I give RDJ the side eye.
      Now that he’s making money for the studios his image is heavily protected. And as we all know Hollywood players can be just an illusion.
      I’m not saying that everyone is perfect, but when an actor has making prospects how far is Hollywood willing to go to protect them.

  6. OSTONE says:

    Hurry, David Miscaviage, and recruit this violent lunatic to $cientology! He already reached clear status, 1 * 1 = 2

  7. GoodNamesAllTaken says:

    The math thing sounds mentally ill. I know this because I watched Homeland and the really good agent who is mentally ill cut things up and pasted them everywhere and made huge charts. So there. Diagnosis complete. But seriously, he sounds like a second generation (at least) douche who is violent and mentally ill. He longs for the days when men were men and women didn’t complain if you slapped them a little. And I’m terrible at math, but I do understand that if you multiply one by one, it’s still one.

    • LAK says:

      In high school we had a maths teacher who was mentally ill and yet considered a brilliant mathematician. Teaching maths was apparently what kept her mental illness in check, but I don’t know that she was any good at teaching since she simply wrote these long equations on the board and then left us to figure them out.

      Our first lesson started with a very long, convoluted equation which apparently proved that 1+1=2. I knew then that maths wasn’t for me because I never understood that logic.

      • LAK says:

        Correction: 1+ 0 = 2

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        I suck at math, but that seems wrong to me. How can adding zero to something make it increase? I just feel like I missed the day when they explained what math was about. I never got it. I could do the word problems. – a train is going 50 mph and stops twice for 20 minutes so how long will it take to go 500 miles? But the formulas – ugh. My brain just doesn’t work that way, and it has always made me feel stupid.

    • LAK says:

      Exactly. I was really bad at maths as a result because conceptual maths didn’t make a lick of sense to me.

      And the day I sat for my last maths exam ever, is one of the best days of my life.

  8. barca4ever says:

    On my way to Barcelona a few years ago I sat next to him in business class and he spent the entire flight talking about his weird quasi-scientific theories. It was bizarre. He said he could see my aura and all kinds of strangeness. I was pretty starstruck though and didnt know his background of beating up women. We exchanged email addresses and never used them. Oh and he was working on a mandela movie at the time ir had just finished one and did a pretty spot on impression of Madiba. I will admit that I am easily impressed.

    • TheOriginalTiffany says:

      A few years ago I was living in Atlanta on tour with Cirque do Soleil and he wandered into our apartment while we were having a birthday party for my husband. He stayed for a while and was so weird and so out there. He asked to take all the streamers back to his place and a few of us went over there for a drink, I went just to see the crazy stuff he said he was doing and was going to do with said streamers. He went on and on about his new language and new elements, numbers and his place was COVERED with all of his weird writings and stuff as described in this article. I am talking every inch of every wall with stings and papers. The place we were living had very high ceilings so 20 foot walls just covered. My husband and I extricated ourselves pretty quickly.
      The guy is legit crazy, bonafide nutso. I’m not even sure how he gets jobs. One of the strangest couple of hours in my life. Excuse any errors, I woke up to a cat on my face and neck, quite hard to type and proofread through fur. Also, he had a kitten in his hotel/apartment. It was weird.

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      Great stories. He sounds out there.

  9. Jenns says:

    I cannot watch anything with Terrence Howard. He is just so gross.

    Also, here is my math problem: Terrence Howard = Baby Wipes.

  10. minx says:

    He’s always had a unique look but I don’t think he’s a very good actor. He can’t emote.
    And he’s a giant douche.

  11. Jessica says:

    And this is why I won’t watch Empire. Sounds like a great show, but I can’t support anything that gives this prick a paycheck.

  12. Esmom says:

    Seriously, what does it take to be blackballed in Hollywood? I’m guessing there are dozens of people available for every role that comes up, is he that bankable? And why did RDJ get him booted from Iron Man?

    So many questions…what is wrong with him? Drugs? Schizophrenia? Whatever it is he is in need of serious help. He looks and sounds positively unhinged.

    • Wonderbunny says:

      I would like to know as well. I wondered why they got rid of him after the first Iron Man, but didn’t look into it. I had no idea it would’ve been because of RDJ.

      I confess that I’m the sort of person who’ll listen to all kinds of crazy theories with a semi-open mind, because the world has a way of pushing out all the people who see things differently. So if someone really thinks that 1 times 1 is 2, then I’m open to hearing their explanation and would not want to straight-up call them crazy. But yeah, he does not sound like he’s all there.

      Also, there are plenty of people in a much, much worse position in life than a movie star who’s broke.

    • Terry got it into his head that he was a bigger star to Iron Man than RDJ and demanded more money for the second movie. More than even RDJ. So the production told him to take a long walk off a short pier.

    • Sheila says:

      seems obvious why RDJ didn’t like working with him. I can’t believe there are people who think it was just about the money.

      • Neah23 says:

        I think people my self included remember that he still friends with Mel Gibson and even defended Mel after it came out that he was a woman beater.

      • funcakes says:

        RDJ gives off strange vibes. Any one defending Mel Gibson make me wonder what in the world is in their closet.

  13. Angelica says:

    This is by far one of the stupidest things I’ve ever read. Oh and he’s not even self aware of his violence. Putting the blame on one of the women talking strongly to him and mace spray is not being aware, it’s just another way to justify his actions. He can jump off of a building with this garbage.

    • Anon33 says:

      Yup, classic abuser tactics. It’s never, ever their fault, and if they get an inkling that it is their fault, they’ll twist it around on you to ale you forget. Like the time my ex punched me in the mouth, and then, obviously horrified by what he did, he all of a sudden “threw his back out” and had to go to the hospital…while I sat there waiting with a bloody, busted lip.
      Anyway, this a-hole can go DIAF.

  14. NewWester says:

    His third ex wife is very pretty. Terrence is just a douche

  15. funcakes says:

    Terry had some work done.

  16. Matador says:

    Terrence, if one train leaves Station A with three containers of baby wipes and another train leaves Station B with two containers of baby wipes, how long will take for either train to be convicted of domestic violence?

  17. Sixer says:

    It’s all kinda stomach-turning. There is so, so, SO much fertile ground for enjoyable mocking of the 1×1 thing. I could get hours of entertainment out of it. But it’s all spoiled by the violence and I just wouldn’t feel right having fun with his evident numeracy deficiency. Ick.

  18. Merritt says:

    He is a bad man. Even though Empire has some great reviews and a lot of fans, I refuse to watch the show. I don’t want to support someone like him.

    • icy says:

      This! Speaks volume about Taraji since she thinks so highly of him. That show is the epitome of coonery and Hollywood is making millions from it. SMH!

      • funcakes says:

        I think she was a wonderful actress in Person Of Interest. I also liked the chemistry with Jim Cevezil (Another actor I give the side eye to)
        I understand that her new show gives her more of a forum for her career,but every time I read an interview with her featured I get more disappointed in her.
        (Like with most actors I read about )
        This is I stopped reading about my favorite actors and just enjoy the characters they play.

    • FingerBinger says:

      The show is centered on Taraji’s character Cookie ,the record company and the sons. Terrence Howard is a footnote in Empire. He’s not in it that much.

  19. Ana A. says:

    I’m scared by reading this. He is really crazy. In the way that he should be put in a ward as he clearly is totally delusional and a danger to his surroundings. How do people let him walk in public and give him jobs? That’s irresponsible.

  20. De says:

    I’m so glad he left the Marvel franchise.

  21. QQ says:

    Um… This one is Crazier than a shithouse rat

  22. Spike says:

    Due to his “legal problems” his part on Empire has been significantly reduced. It’s all about Cooke (Taraji). As well it should be.

    Pretty sure this was published on Tvline.

    • funcakes says:

      I predict Terry is going to let the crazy out on set and will eventually be replaced. I think I read that another actor is joining the cast as a guest star but I’m guessing he’s an eventual replacement.

  23. Esteph says:

    WTF…..did I just read??

  24. The most interesting part tho of the RS interview was left out. Did you know that 2 year old Terry witnessed his father kill a man during an argument in line to SEE SANTA. Yeah, you read that right. They called it the Santa Line Killing.

    I don’t think he had a shot at normal but he’s still absolutely batguano crazy.

  25. SillySimone says:

    Despite his violence towards women, I actually feel sorry for him. I think he is severely mentally ill. This is not like De Niro, where you have a genius with issues that need to be managed. This is straight up severe mental illness. I think he is likely bi-polar and needs to be medicated straight away. This interview clearly happened during a manic phase. It is obvious just from his behavior, the grandiosity, the speed talking, etc. Wow, just wow. Someone needs to get him help now!

    And dear god, that poor wife locked up in that apartment making plastic crap for up to 17 hours a day. Holy shit.

    • Samtha says:

      I agree. He’s mentally ill and desperately needs help. As long as he’s bringing in money (for the network, the show, etc.,), though, people will keep enabling him.

      It’s really sad. He’s a misogynistic, abusive jerk, sure. But he still needs help.

    • Esmom says:

      I would tend to agree that he sounds manic but the people I know who experience mania when their bi-polar disorder is not managed have basically lost touch with reality so much that they are unable to work. How does TH manage to still work?

    • meme says:

      What’s DeNiro got to do with this nutjob? I don’t recall him ever beating on a woman back in the day.

    • funcakes says:

      I read they were divorced before the article was published. I’m relieved for her.

    • Mixtape says:

      Yes, this.

  26. qwerty says:

    “he two would spend up to 17 hours a day cutting shapes out of the plastic and joining them together into various objects meant to demonstrate not only his one-times-one theory but many others as well.”

    The remaining 7 hours were spent smoking crack.

  27. AlmondJoy says:

    *scratches head*

    I got nothing.

  28. aussie says:

    I think he may have Bi-polar and borderline.
    Bi polar- he seems manic about theory and ideas and obsessive.
    BPD- the narcissistic can only think about himself, he’s the center of the universe, black and white thinking of women either good or bad.

    also not all people with theses mental health illnesses are violent. with bi-polar the illness is really just a extension of who you are as a person, He is a bad guy how also suffers from mental health issues and it really sad to see them not been looked after,

  29. Colleen says:

    +1 and Agree with every comment up thread.

    What an @$$-wipe. And ever since the “Babywipe-gate” I’ve had a complex with my husband picking up wipes for his own use in the bathroom (as he has always done – with no expectation that I use them – although at times I have).

    But this quote: “There’s nothing worse than being a broke actor.” Ugh. Really? Have you got an hour? Set your freshly-baby-wiped @$$ (I’m assuming) down and have a seat.

  30. L says:

    He’s also a liar. He lies about having a BA degree, he lies about having a PhD. He’s changed his story about that several times.

    He lies about things he’s said about the women’s he’s beaten. At one point in the interview he plays a tape he recorded of his ex-wife and just starts yelling at it.

  31. Miran says:

    The more I read about him the more I think he just needs mental help and I can’t even really say anything about him.

  32. Vampi says:

    “The people that judge you don’t matter. They’re not real. Everything is just frequencies.”
    What’s the frequency, Kenneth?
    (Anyone remember that? Anyone? Bueller?)

  33. Jayna says:

    Just wow. He’s been out there before, but this takes the cake. And that wife/ex-wife of his, I believe he is sucking the life out of her, and she is now losing her mind. His grandiose, delusional thinking seems to be getting worse. He seems manic to me.

  34. Brasileira says:

    Can we make a pact to never again talk about Baby Wipes Howard? Please?!

  35. ladybosca says:

    Mel Gibson paid for rdj’s movie insurance. No studio would hire him. Mel said I want him.I’ll pay his insurance. Its movie title which has bang bang in it
    Singing detectives. Mel does a lot of good quietly. PS. Short time lurker. Just found out about this site so hello all:)

  36. DodieTn says:

    Psycho. And I still haven’t recovered from his penis pic.