Casey Anthony doubtlessly stands to make millions capitalizing on her fifteen minutes of ill-gotten fame. There will likely be money exchanged between some network or other for Casey's first exclusive television interview and agents are already clamoring to sign some kind of book deal with the recently acquitted Florida woman.
Her big pay day is going to come from one of two things -- Playboy or reality television.
A deal with the magazine could bring in seven figures for Anthony and experts agree that it wouldn't be a bad launch-pad for whatever type of faux-fame career path she totters down.
"While she may have escaped jail time she is far from free. Her lawyers fees have, I'm sure, stacked up, that coupled with a personality that for sure is seeking fame and attention will I'm sure drive her to a Playboy layout (quick money) or a reality show.Casey Anothony"
Lil Wayne has revealed that he is preparing himself for an early retirement, insisting that his busy music career is unfair on his four kids.
Wayne, 28, admitted that he will be ready to hang up his mic in his early 30s, so that he can fully concentrate on being a father to his kids Reginae, Dwayne III, Lennox Samuel Ari and Neal.
"I'm bowing out still on top. I'ma make y'all want me when I retire. I honestly think (my career) is unfair to my kids. Honestly this is the real truth. So about 30, 31, 32, I gotta get ready to retire."