Cee Lo Green sure knows how to turn heads.
The flashy Voice judge took his matte black Speedster convertible for a spin on Friday in Beverly Hills. Wearing a red and white striped tank and red-framed shades, the singer matched his luxury car's whitewall tires and red accents. The sweet ride also had chrome rims and side pipes. It was over-the-top and old school, just like its owner.
The Gnarls Barkley singer and his female companion were all smiles for the cameras and for onlookers as they cruised through Los Angeles' Sunset Strip. At one point, Cee Lo even drove the car without his hands on the wheel. Look ma, no hands!
The ostentatious star should buy a bumper sticker that reads "my other ride is a Fisker Karma." He recently joined an elite club of A-listers (like Justin Bieber and Leonardo DiCaprioto) who invested in the eco-friendly super car. I guess he really is green ...
Could this be another crazy lawsuit against a celebrity? Or could it be the real thing?
Cee Lo Green is denying any wrongdoing after a Los Angeles-area woman filed a police report claiming The Voice coach sexually assaulted her.
Although few details have emerged, the incident supposedly occurred at a yet-to-be named L.A restaurant, and investigators have already paid a visit to the establishment to interview the manager and several employees to gather information on the alleged event. Green told TMZ he hasn't been to the restaurant in over three months.
"Nothing ever happened there or anywhere else," Green vehemently stated. Adds a source: "I have never seen Cee Lo act in a physical way toward anybody."
The case has not yet been referred to prosecutors and no further information regarding the case has been given at this time.
X17 caught up with The Voice coach Cee Lo Green Monday night at Boa Steakhouse (where we also spotted Playmates the Shannon twins.)
He seemed happy, but lately he's been caught up in a tangled mess on Twitter that we're sure he'd like to forget. Green took to Twitter to bash a Minneapolis, Minn., music critic after she panned his June 16 show. Andrea Swensson called it "lackluster," so Green galled her "gay." He Tweeted:
"I respect your criticism, but be fair! People enjoyed last night! I'm guessing you're gay? And my masculinity offended you? Well f--k you!"
Doesn't sound very respectful to us! Then, Green gave an apology ... though he didn't seem to see why he had to.
"Apologies gay community! What was homophobic about that? I said I was guessing he [was] gay which is fine but its nice to [know] what u think of me."
He soon deleted that from Twitter. Now, the "F*** You" singer has given another explanation ... see what he said after the jump.