November 15, 2010 | 10:16 pm
Posted by Ilana Angel
In 2006, Leonardo DiCaprio went to Israel with his girlfriend Bar Rafaeli. After being mobbed everywhere they went, there was a fight between a paparazzi and one of Leo’s bodyguards during a visit to the Western Wall. Leo was disgusted, left Israel early, and vowed to never visit again.
Well surprise, surprise, Leo has returned to the promised land, having arrived in Israel for a holiday with Bar, his mom, and friend Kevin Connolly of “Entourage” fame. They are there to visit with Bar’s family and celebrate Leo’s 36th birthday. They went to Israel after visiting Jordan and Egypt.
I suppose that no matter how turned off a man can be by a bad visit to Israel, when a girl like Bar asks you to forgive and forget, you do it. It’s insane how beautiful this girl is. She is mesmerizing, and even though chicks aren’t my thing, I’d be hard pressed to say no to her.
I hope people leave them alone and allow for a nice holiday. I also hope Leo can remove the pole out of his tuchas long enough to accept that he is a celebrity, and even though it’s annoying, better that they have a camera in his face then wonder who he is or what movie he was in.
You are famous Leo. You have a beautiful girlfriend, and are in her native land. Suck it up, be a mensch, and don’t take it so seriously. If someone gets in your face, do what you need to do, just don’t sulk off and vow to never return. It’s lame. Enjoy Israel, be safe, and keep the faith.
5.23.13 at 3:17 pm | Dating, divorce, death, and marriage, all require. . .
5.22.13 at 6:34 am | I am forever touched by this young man.
5.19.13 at 5:43 pm | JDate should be more of a mensch.
5.17.13 at 5:27 pm | I am never going on another coffee date.
5.14.13 at 4:36 pm | Love needs a kick in the ass.
5.11.13 at 12:44 pm | My Mom gets the day off because this one is on me.
5.17.13 at 5:27 pm | I am never going on another coffee date. (392)
5.14.13 at 4:36 pm | Love needs a kick in the ass. (347)
5.19.13 at 5:43 pm | JDate should be more of a mensch. (333)
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