Pete Wentz & The Ready Set Talk About Bullying

Almost everyone has been bullied at some point in their life, and KIIS FM’s JoJo Wright recruited his friends Pete Wentz and The Ready Set’s Jordan Witzigreuter to chat about internet bullies and to remind viewers that things always get better. Watch the video via YouTube below.

Pete Wentz Ignores California Cell Phone Law

Pete Wentz stopped in at a Starbucks with a friend on April 14th in Los Angeles before hopping in his new black Mercedes Benz, where the Fall Out Boy bassist broke the law and talked on his cell phone without a hands-free device.

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Pete Wentz: Fall Out Boy “Just On A Break”

Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz offered some peace upon landing at Miami International Airport on Friday (February 5) in Miami, Florida. Wentz was in town to deejay at the launch of new Tide Plus Febreze Freshness Sport at the W. While there, he spoke with E! Online about the future of the band. “We’re just on a break,” he explained. “I think that after having Bronx, and with my wife [Ashlee Simpson] having this much of a workload right now, it has been such a good thing for me. There’s nothing I wanna be better at in the world than being a dad.”

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Pete Wentz Lashes Out At Bully Perez Hilton Over Bronx Post

Pete Wentz was spotted taking his son Bronx Mowgli to a park on Thursday (January 14) in New York City. The photo of crying Bronx prompted gossip blogger Perez Hilton to write:

Did little Bronx Mowgli just realize his dad is douchey Pete Wentz?! The father-son duo were spotted taking a walk around the streets of New York. Poor baby! We’d be crying, too!

That in turn caused the Fall Out Boy bassist to respond:

I don’t care what you say about me or really anyone one else. But don’t talk about my kid. The love I have for him is something that will make me go against all odds. Yes, guess what, a one year old cries when he leaves the park. But he is not as bloated or mean spirited as you a 30 year-old former closeted bully. Say it again. Slip up one time. It won’t be on the internet. I will make you less than what you are. I will break you and you won’t know it’s me. This is physical. Mental. And spiritual. I have an on/off switch for animals that will make you beg for the chance to say you’re sorry. You will not get near my son.

Tech Savvy Pete Wentz Out And About In New York City

Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz wrapped up against the chill as he carried his MacBook in New York City on January 6th. Wentz and wife Ashlee Simpson have been spending time in the Big Apple while she continues her Broadway role as Roxy Hart in ‘Chicago’. Pictures at bauergriffinonline.com have since been removed.

Pete Wentz Gets A Coffee From Starbucks

Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy was spotted grabbing a cup of coffee from Starbucks while running errands downtown on Friday (December 18) in New York City.

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Pete Wentz And Bronx Mowgli Head Out For Gift Wrap

Pete Wentz carried son Bronx Mowgli on his back while out shopping for gift wrapping supplies in New York City on Thursday (December 17). Later in the afternoon, the Fall Out Boy bassist and wife Ashlee Simpson-Wentz did some grocery shopping. Pictures at bauergriffinonline.com have since been removed.

Wentz: Best Of CD An “Idiots Guide To Fall Out Boy”

Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz joined Simon Young of Kerrang! in London to talk about his band’s “hiatus”, touring with blink-182, their greatest hits album and future plans. “It’s kind of like ‘Idiots Guide to Fall Out Boy’,” Wentz said of the best of release ‘Believers Never Die: Greatest Hits’. “It’s like if you just want the icing and not the cake, this is how you get it. Calling it that makes it easy for the people to find.” Watch the interview via YouTube below.

Pete Wentz Arriving At Roseland Ballroom

Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz was photographed arriving at the Roseland Ballroom looking unshaven on Wednesday (November 18) in New York City.

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