Miss Puerto Rico: Feelin’ Hot Hot Hot…

This is a good one that is spinning out of control. The winner of the Miss Puerto Rico contest, Ingrid Marie Rivera, is claiming that her fellow contestants tried to sabotage her by putting pepper spray in her makeup and bathing suit.

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She claims that she was backstage with her face and cho cha burning up complete with ice packs and cortisone shots. But, uhhhh, no one saw that. Oh, and the police saw no evidence of pepper spray in her clothes or makeup. First of all, why didn’t the lab check for other things? Could it have been cayenne pepper? Good old fashioned joke itching powder? Second, was Ingrid chopping jalapenos for her post crowning dinner later that day?  You put some contacts in or give your self some pre-contest self satisfaction and you’ll be in trouble. Maybe she just had a bad case of the bubble guts.

By the way Ingrid Marie, here is what you look like when you get pepper spray on your face:

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Look we normally wouldn’t gave this much attention. These are usually the only kind of hot pants we usually cover:

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But we heard scandal and Puerto Rican beauty queens and couldn’t resist. To be honest, we were a little disappointed. We were hoping that the Miss Puerto Rico contest would at least have a little resemblance to the Puerto Rican Day Parade out in NY.

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Hell, it seems like any one of these babes could’ve won to me. Was there a “drop a club pose in the middle of the street” competition between swim suit and the interview? No? Should’ve been.

Oh and speaking of the swimsuit competition, the standard issue suit should look like this:

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Muy caliente.

So it looks like Ingrid either bent the truth or imagined the whole thing. Does that make her a liar, liar, pants on fire?

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-Brock

Comments

  1. < ![CDATA[I'm not really sure how they would be able to tell if this really happened or not unless they did a chemical analysis. Pepper spray is made out of capsicum, the same stuff you'ld find in hot peppers or hot sauce. I tend to agree that its probably just a case of nerves and someone not washing their hands after eating hot peppers.]]>

  2. < ![CDATA[I don't know about that but the women representing the country are never as hot as the standard women of said country. I am waiting for the Puerto Rican day parade like a kid in Christmas eve! I love that damn day almost more than any other. It's second only to Black Friday! Lying seems to be the standard operating procedure lately though so who knows?]]>

  3. stephanie says:
  4. Sounds Great. We’re going to need to see some pictures first! Please send them right along.

  5. i love puerto rico