In the past, John Mayer has dated many A-list celebs, like Jennifer Aniston, Katy Perry, and Taylor Swift.
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“Part of cultural appropriation is blindness,” Mayer told the s, noting that, “I’m on the right side of the line because it’s an idea for the video that has a very multiethnic casting, and nobody who is white or non-Asian is playing an Asian person.” Later, he adds that he does think that someone will “tweet that this is cultural appropriation,” (even if you’re using Asian actors, you’re still using Asian culture simply as an aesthetic background, John), and that “it’s going to be interesting to see,” (oh, it will).
While not defending his thoughts about disco dojos, Mayer is also looking for love.
In 2002, he wrote “Your Body Is a Wonderland,” which was reportedly about his then-girlfriend, Jennifer Love Hewitt.People claiming to be friends of the actress have told Star magazine that she finished the affair after discovering Mayer, 31, spent hours on the networking website, despite telling her he was too busy to get in touch with her.The source said: "John suddenly stopped calling her or returning her emails and when she would finally catch up with him, he'd say: 'I've been so busy with work.'." It has also been claimed musician John made no attempt to cover up his Twitters. "He took the break-up like a man." Even so, shortly after Aniston's call, Mayer's Twitter update read: 'This heart didn't come with instructions.' The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.How will the story stack up against the greatest films about business?