Chris Bosh in baby mama drama

Chris Bosh may want to go stick his head in the sand for a little while.

His ex and mother of his 3-year-old daughter, Allison Mathis, is set to appear on the next installment (season 3) of VH1’s Basketball Wives.

According to the Toronto Star (Bosh’s paper when he was a Raptor), Mathis sued the Miami Heat player for being a deadbeat dad who left her when she was seven months’ pregnant with Trinity.

Mathis met Bosh in 2005 when she was a traveling chef for the Dallas Cowboys. He is now engaged to marry Adrienne Williams.

In 2009, Bosh released this statement: “I love my daughter. Of course I am financially supporting her.’’

Not making friends

Rihanna’s in the news again — for all the wrong reasons.

The singer has come under fire for blowing off an appearance at Mar-a-Lago, Donald Trump’s exclusive club in Palm Beach.

The Celebrity Apprentice host told Page2Live Ri-Ri was reportedly offered $500,000 to perform at a benefit for the Dana Farber Institute last weekend but nixed the show at the last minute saying she was sick . Jennifer Hudson stepped in.

Who gives up 500K at the drop of a hat? But that’s another story, because Rihanna showed up at Sunday’s NBA All Star Game looking fine.

“I thought that was insulting to everyone,” Trump told the site. “[J]ust a lack of respect.’’

In other Rihanna news, a judge eased ex Chris Brown’s restraining order.

Play it again, Drew

Drew Barrymore is moving on from Justin Long.

According to widespread media reports, the serial dater, 36, is now with art consultant Will Kopelman. Though not an actor, he’s connected to glam circles. Dad is former Chanel USA head Arie Kopelman.

The actress — who’s been married twice — has been seeing her Going the Distance costar (Long) for three years and was spotted out with the 33-year-old Kopelman a few days ago looking like boyfriend and girlfriend .

He’s golden, all right

Wonders never cease: Ted Williams is getting his own reality show.

“The Man with the Golden Voice,’’ the former radio announcer turned homeless panhandler, will star in Second Chances in Life, reports The New York Daily News.

The show will document the Ohio man’s downward spiral, rebirth and rehab.


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