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Here you will find Celebrity stories, Internet aka Viral stories, or just hot button topics in general given with my own brand of wisdom, flavor, and my truth. This is just a written extension of my YouTube channel. BE WARNED: I will not always be nice in my blogs but what I say is my truth and things that need to be said and heard! So Pay Attention People, I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY...

Friday, June 28, 2013

Well Mr. Ricky Rozay is some legal trouble. A jewelry company is suing Rick Ross for his unpaid bill. He agreed to 3 diamond Rolex's and didn't pay the balance. He owes almost $90,000!

OMG Ricky keep your hood antics at home. Pay these people the money if this story is true! Allegedly he owes this company and they are beginning the process to sue him. Well I hope not Rick Ross been going through. Partially his fault but still, this is getting really cray cray!

Its no secret that Kirk has been acting like a total JERK toward his pregnant wife Rasheeda and unborn child. Now honestly I'm not a big fan of Rasheeda's but she is a real chick and real recognize real. And in this case I would be a damn fool to side with Kirk. But I'm a break it down for those who are unclear why everyone has been raging against Kirk in this season of Love and Hip Hop Atlanta.

Since the beginning of Love and Hip Hop Atlanta they have not been the perfect couple. In the 1st Season everyone sided with Kirk. Rasheeda was being completely unreasonable with Kirk as her manager. She completely disrespected him by going behind his back and seeking management somewhere else. And on top of all of that she neglected him to focus on what she called her rising career. Personally I thought she was being selfish spoiled and ignorant. She wanted this independent label career and she got it but what was unhappy with the result. Rasheeda wasn't willing to work with Kirk, she expected everything to be completed the way she wanted by Kirk without her being involved behind the scenes. But anyway the problem got resolved and everything was fine or so people thought.

Season 2 begins and I admit I missed many of the episodes but the jest of the situation is Rasheeda is pregnant and the way she told him to me was crazy. She tells she's pregnant like it's a burden and something she didn't want. Which I'm sure in her eyes it was. Her career was beginning to move again and they were making moves in her favor. But none the less she is pregnant. And instead of Kirk consoling his wife and being there for her. You know like saying something along the lines of "Baby I know its something you didn't want right now, but its okay we gone work through it let's try and focus on what we can while your pregnant and put a few other things on hold until you give birth." But Kirk just went off like Rasheeda got pregnant on her own. Telling her to get an abortion and being really just flat out evil towards her. She was holding her own though but it was terrible to see Kirk's stupidity play out on TV like that. Going to Benzino's house with strippers in the background talking about how he pulled out and used condoms. Just a big idiota!

Recently on Streetz Morning Grind, Kirk and Rasheeda stopped by to talk up some of their projects and of course their drama on Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta. Here's some excerpts of what he said:
“I mean if you feeling a certain kind of way…At that moment in time, it was a lot going on. It’s so long to explain. It was one of them things where I was saying what’s on my mind, I was pissed off about a few things. Then Rasheeda mom all in the marriage. I mean I was like ‘Come on, it’s between me and you [Rasheeda.] You paying some bills over here? Let me handle mine.” - See more at:
Rasheeda and Kirk go back forth about the accusations of her cheating (including his admitted infidelity) and Rasheeda explained why she went to see her mother about her relationship with Kirk. When the topic was brought up about the DNA test; he explains it by recalling an DNA test he had with another woman over the paternity of her child who she claimed was his. Here's what he said:
“Here’s an example for me. This is one of my examples. And I know everybody gone be like ‘Ahh, what that got to do with…’ Let’s see, three years ago, all of a sudden, I get a phone call right? Somebody says ‘Yo, I need you to go take a blood test. I think this child may be yours.’ So another man is raising a child, I go take the little swab test, come back and it’s my son. So I found out I had a kid three years ago. But for me, as a guy…You can’t just always believe in what a woman tell you just because [she's your wife.]…Somebody else just raised my kid ’til he was almost 18 years old. He just found out that I’m his father…It’s women in general. You gotta understand…Listen, why not check and make sure a child is yours? Why not?” - See more at:
Here's the interview below:

It's really sad actually. Kirk is an absolute clown. There is no reason for a man to be that old and that stupid. Rasheeda girl you've really bagged a good one, I GUESS. But I'm not hating. Because you know what marriage is hard work. It takes time, dedication, love and trust. A child is a huge responsibility and should never be aborted over anything trivial. It is important that every decision regarding a child is well thought out. If you didn't want a baby then you should've stayed wrapped up at all times. Plenty of performers have gotten pregnant had their children and still been able to do what they do everyday. Its hard true enough but with some clear level headed thinking it can be done.

First off it seems like Waka Flocka's mother Deb knows what she's doing. She told Rasheeda that the video basically looked ratchet with her being pregnant, rapping about hitting it from the back (at least thats what I thought about it and took from what she said). And for the record it was ratchet be it a metaphor or truth. Further more Deb is also right about Rasheeda focusing on the endorsement deals. You can still do meet ups, grand openings, all of that. And your studio time will be focused, you'll have better quality music all that. But Rasheeda is not aware of how to do this on her own and she's making mistakes that can't be undone. I thought the photo shoot was a good idea. But the video was not. She looked pregnant and it just seemed so wrong to shoot a video about sex when your pregnant. I don't know but if I was Rasheeda's manager and I found out she was pregnant I would have made sure she was clear on the circumstances and laid out a clear plan for her while she was pregnant and then after she had the baby about 3 or 4 months depending on she feels then we can start the videos and photo shoots again.

I hope Kirk has been on his hands and knees apologizing to Rasheeda for the stupidity and idiotic attitude he has had lately. He is a true dope and no matter what he says everyone will view him as the biggest jerk in the world. Point, Blank, Period.

Rasheeda I hope everything works out for you, your unborn baby, and dumb ass Kirk too. Girl marriage is a marathon not a sprint probably one of the best things to remember when your in a marriage. Trials and tribulations is par for the course.


Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Paula Deen is being accused of being a racist. She has been dropped from every endorsement deal she has had. Its really sad. This whole situation started because of a lawsuit that began in 2012. A disgruntled employee had filed a complaint against Paula Deen and her brother Bubba. She (meaning the employee) claimed she was sexually harassed and discriminated against.

I've read all the claims that have been said about her through every social media outlet, blogger site, and news. Here's one from

This statement is completely false. It was not said like this at all.
“The whole entire waiter staff was middle-aged black men, and they had on beautiful white jackets with a black bow tie. I mean, it was really impressive. That restaurant represented a certain era in America… after the Civil War, during the Civil War, before the Civil War… It was not only black men, it was black women… I would say they were slaves.”
The southern wedding bit also false!

 “What I would really like is a bunch of little n******s to wear long-sleeve white shirts, black shorts and black bow ties. You know in the Shirley Temple days, they used to tap dance around. Now, that would be a true Southern wedding wouldn’t it?” “It’s just what they are — they’re jokes…most jokes are about Jewish people, rednecks, black folks…I can’t determine what offends another person.” “I think black people feel the same prejudice that white people do.” 
This quote is wrong! This absolutely bogus. Its not what she said. Here is an excerpt from her deposition, what she really said:
The deposition Deen gave on May 17, taken by Atlanta attorney Matthew Billips and filed June 17, was in preparation for trial of the Jackson case before U.S. District Judge William T. Moore Jr.
“Have you ever used the ‘N’ word yourself?” Billips asked.
“Yes, of course,” Deen responded, referring to the fact it happened in reference to a black man who put a gun to her head during a bank robbery where she worked.
“Have you used it since then?”
“I’m sure I have, but it’s been a very long time.”
There is no time frame associated with the response.
“Miss Deen, have you ever told racial jokes?”
“No, not racial.”
Deen went on to say the “N” word is not one she used as time passed.
“Things have changed since the ’60s in the South,” she said. “And my children and my brother object to that word being used in any cruel or mean behavior.”
In another exchange, Deen discussed jokes targeting groups, conceding that “most jokes target. ... They usually target, though, a group. Gays or straights, black, redneck, you know. ... I can’t determine what offends another person.”
“And would you consider telling jokes, racial jokes, to be an example of using the ‘N’ word in a way that’s not mean?
“No I wouldn’t — I wouldn’t tell it. ... I mean, that’s not my style.”
Later in the deposition, Deen was questioned about plans for her brother’s wedding and a restaurant she and her husband visited in “Tennessee or North Carolina or somewhere.”
“The whole entire wait staff was middle-aged black men and they had on beautiful white jackets with a black bow tie. I mean it was really impressive.
“And I remember saying I would love to have servers like that, I said, but I would be afraid that somebody would misinterpret.”
She told Billips she would use the word “black” to describe the race of what she called “professional black men doing a fabulous job,” adding, “I don’t usually use African-Americans.”
She went on to testify she had said, “I would love for Bubba to experience a real Southern-style wedding,” referring to the food. Deen denied using the word “n---” to describe the servers.
“Before the Civil War, those black men and women who were waiting on white people were slaves, right?” Billips asked.
“Yes, I would say that they were slaves,” she responded. “But I did not mean anything derogatory by saying I loved their look and their professionalism.”
“Is there any possibility, in your mind, that you slipped and used the word ‘n-----’?”
“No, because that’s not what these men were. They were professional black men doing a fabulous job,” she responded.
When asked about racial harassment, Deen said she thought she would recognize it and said, “We don’t tolerate that.”

Don't believe me read the deposition your self. You have to research everything now a days. Here's the Paula Deen deposition:

Before you judge please do your research. The media is completely wrong. This quote seen above consistently reprinted by many other blogger sites including the listed is a compilation of words that were used during the deposition but they are being misinterpreted and pieced together to make Paula Deen appear to be racist. That is not what she said at all. If you don't believe me read the deposition in full you will see that this quote is a compilations of questions and answers by the attorney and Paula Deen. They are not her full statements given during her time on the witness stand or what she has said throughout her time as a public figure. With all the controversy surrounding Paula Deen she was dropped from the Food Network one day after her public apology (which by the way I didn't think she needed to do). She was also dropped by Wal-Mart (they no longer want to carry her products) and her Smithfield Ham endorsement deal has also been killed. All this happened within a week of the rumors surfacing about Paula Deen. Her children have rallied for her and they have also been crucified for defending her. I think they were damned if do and damned if they don't. She defended herself and people are still saying "Oh your apology is baseless and not sincere at all." When her children Jamie and Bobby stepped up to defend her people called it a stunt and chastised the boys, including that gossipy queen Wendy Williams. She said that they did more damage to their mother by speaking out. Not to mention the day before she said that the kids have to step up and be responsible for the parents when things like this happen. So like I said the Deen's would have been damned if they did or damned if they didn't.

I did not watch her interview with Matt Lauer I saw pieces of it from some of the news channels. She was being sincere and I know a lot people are going to be mad at me but I'm going record saying I believe that she is not a racist. I think people have a tendency of judging others and doing anything they can to latch on to anything that turns into a major controversy when in all honesty this is not anything to call the dogs on. Seriously, rappers both white and black, normal people use the n-word daily. I don't see anyone chastising them for their poor choice in words.

Its funny to me with my people. I am an African American and and I wear my skin color proudly. I know that racism exists and I'm fully aware of the world I live in. But you have to also believe that not everyone in the world is that ignorant to people with different views and looks. We as African Americans are ready to crucify this woman for something that I know for sure we just heard our brothers, sisters, cousins, mother and many others say. Some of us have even called each other the n-word. Variation or no variation (ga or ger) on the end it still means the same thing. We repeat it everyday, in our comedy, in our television programs, in our music, or even just in a passing fancy. Not even just African Americans I know for a fact there are Caucasian, Hispanic, Asian, etc people who have used the n-word but haven't admitted to it and probably never will. I've heard people call asian chinks, hong kong phooey, I've heard caucasians being called hill billy's, red necks, white trash, crackers, honkys, and I've heard Hispanics being called wetbacks, beaner, border hopper, burrito, and the list goes on and on. These are not things that are said by just opposite races but they are said to people about their own race. Its just sad all the way around. Stop being judgmental unless your prepared to crack the hammer on yourself.

*And another thing Wendy Williams if your really about giving your opinion and being straight forward telling like it is then do your research first. If your hot topics team is good enough they would have found the same deposition I found and would have seen that these racist statements are untrue and honestly just a bunch of BS! But your not about giving your opinion your about drama and juicy gossip so I'm not even mad at you for that cause you never claim to be a true source of information. You just deliver the gossip and your opinion on it. So, that is all!

Below is Paula Deen's interview with Matt Lauer. She defended herself adamantly. 

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Paula I don't believe your a racist. But one thing I agree with Wendy Williams about on this whole story is to end your publicity coverage for this. There is no need for you to be out and about speaking about this anymore. You've done enough. Everything that has been said or said is done and over with. Wash your hands of this and let it go. 

*FYI - Split hairs if you like the n-word is not just used to describe african american people. It can be used to describe anyone. Seriously. Just saying. 

Good Luck, Paula don't worry everything will work out in the end.

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Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Now usually I'm all for the drama. But in this case I'm tired of it! Chris Brown and Drake have been feuding over Rihanna and other DISS topics for years and its getting old. Chris tried to extend an olive branch once before but Drake wasn't having it and feud continued. Now Drake is on the giving end, he's officially ready to talk it out with Chris and end their feud. Although there have been reports that Chris Brown has said that he will continue to blast Drake, I don't believe that. I believe after he was denied the peace the first time Chris is not going to be suckered into no pissing match with anyone again. The last time that happened people were injured and people sued! Drake has also said that he doesn't want another confrontation, but if he it happens he's not going to back down.

Never the less I think a sit down is a great idea. These two guys are the biggest stars on the planet right now. Fortunately it wouldn't be nothing just say "Look lets let by bygones be bygones and start fresh. No diss tracks, no ill talk in the media nothing. Let's just do what we do best and work on building a friendship. If there is no friendship to be had then let's be professional and cordial. I respect you and you respect me." That's how you do it. Real Men, don't fight over a Woman. I'm sorry but there are millions of women in the world and as far as I'm concerned Rihanna was not the one for either one of you. It's time for y'all to grow up! Stop acting like cavemen and act like the gentlemen I know you both can be.

Kim finally had her baby a couple days ago and I'm so glad she was born a happy, healthy little girl. Reportedly Kanye does not want any pictures of the child leaked and will not let anyone sell the pictures. I say Good for You Kanye! Assert yourself!

Every child deserves a fresh start and I believe that what he's giving his little girl. I don't think anything is wrong Kanye. He's still reeling from the loss of his mother and the subject is raw. He really needs to take the necessary steps to deal with that grief so it does not cripple him or his career. His relationship with his daughter is the most important thing right now and it should be #1, no exceptions. Kim's gonna have to relax on the camera time and the paparazzi. She lives her life in the lime light it doesn't mean the little one has to. Kanye stay strong on this one I think this is the best thing for your daughter. Don't let anyone steer you wrong. Kim I think what Kanye is saying is the best thing for your daughter. Let her decide when she's old enough what she wants to do with her life, don't make her start off this way its too much.

Kanye and Kim Congrats and I hope everything goes well with your new adventure...Fatherhood and Motherhood! Happy Father's Day Mr. West! Best Gift any Dad can receive!

Update: The little girls name is North West. Her name is cute. She's a little celebrity so a unique name is warranted.
Dave Chappelle is coming back to COMEDY but not the way ya'll think! He's going back to his roots...Standup!

Dave Chappelle is headlining the Oddball Comedy and Curiosity Festival. It starts August 23rd in Austin Texas and ends in Phoenix, Arizona September 22nd. 13-Date tour with Flight of the Conchords, Hannibal Buress, Kristen Schaal and Al Madrigal.

Dave has been keeping a low key doing small comedy club shows since his abrupt departure from his flagship show the Chappelle show on Comedy Central. It was reported that Dave had a meltdown and just didn't want the fame and the money anymore. But he's starting off small and working toward building his career again.

Ticket will go on sale this Friday, June 21st, via Live Nation.


Monday, June 17, 2013

Miguel's infamous performance from the billboard music awards are haunting him. 

The young lady Khyati Shah obtained a layer several weeks after Miguel's his performance leading over the mosh pit off fans and landing her head and neck. Initially it was being reported that Miguel was concerned about the young lady's well being. His team did reach out but not in the way Shah's lawyer expected. There has been no compensation, or even an offer of help from Miguel's camp.

Khyati Shah is an exchange student from New Zealand and was excited about going to Las Vegas and seeing her favorite singer. When the incident occurred the Shah was in shock, she was rushed backstage given an ice pack and snapped in a photo with Miguel, explained Bhola (Shah's lawyer). Bhola felt the that Ms. Shah was taken advantage of in her vulnerable state.

Khyati Shah has had tests done and the results are not good. She has had trouble remembering and has not been able to site and focus on her final exams. She can't clearly speak without hesitation and even mobility skills are affected by this.

Bhola says the lawsuit is being driven by the doctors. Once Khyati goes through all the required tests and everything is reviewed that will tell if a lawsuit will actually happen.

Billboard Music Producers had no comment on the matter!

Thursday, June 13, 2013

The Real Talk Show
There is a new talk show coming to airwaves on July 15th. It is called The Real Talk Show. It will have a similar format to the View and The Talk. Several woman around a table discussing topics that are relative in the media and amongst women, with the occasional guest. The hosts will consist of Adrienne Bailon, Tamar Braxton, Tamera Mowry-Housley, Jeanie Mai, & Loni Love. Each of these women are of different ages, in different stages of life and have their own career (well at least 4 of them do in my eyes). Let's get know them, shall we? LOL

Tamar Braxton

For those of you who have lived under a rock for the last 3 years then you would need a crash course in this hosts reality TV takeover. Her name is Mrs. Tamar Braxton-Herbert but most of her Tamartians (nickname she gave her fans) know her as Tamar Braxton the loud mouth of the Braxton sisters. She is probably one of the most controversial and most beloved reality stars in reality TV history. She is one of 5 Braxton sister (they also have a brother Michael but he's not involved in the show) on the hit reality TV show the Braxton Family Values and Tamar & Vince on WEtv. Originally Tamar had a small career in R&B as a solo artist and in a group with her sisters called the Braxtons. But after that fizzled she began singing background for her older sister Toni Braxton for quite some time. She got married to her music mogul husband Vincent Herbert in 2008. Just a few days ago it was announced that Tamar gave birth to beautiful healthy baby boy. She also topped the charts with her singles Love and War and The One. Both singles have been number 1 on iTunes since their release. Tamar is just taking over!

Adrienne Bailon

Adrienne Bailon came onto the scene by way of a Pop group named 3LW. She was the lead singer and they had a few hits until they fizzled out. Hits like No More (Baby I'm a Do Right), Playas Gon Play, and I Do (Wanna Get Close to You). The group eventually disbanded and each girl went their separate ways. Adrienne became a celebrity correspondent on many red carpets for BET, MTV, Vh1 and more. She also did correspondent work for the Maury show, E!, and Access Hollywood. Currently she has a recurring reality TV show with her best friend Julissa on Style Network called Empire Girls: Julissa and Adrienne and a straight to DVD movie called All You've Got with Ciara (Pretty good movie if ask me). She has been romantically linked to many people (Fabolous, Ne-Yo, Bow Wow etc) but it is unclear if the rumors are true. For certain it has been confirmed that she had a long relationship with model and reality TV star Rob Kardashian. Rob cheated on Bailon which caused the breakup. Currently she is being linked to an A&R exec and manager (to rapper Fabolous) Lenny Santiage b.k.a. Lenny S. 
Loni Love

Loni Love is a comedian by trade. She has been named by both Variety and Comedy Central as one of the Top Ten Comedians to Watch. She has had much success in stand-up being given spots on Comedy Central, ComicView, Comics Unleashed, The Jay Leno Show, The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, The Best Damn Sports Show Period, etc. She was given 1 hour Comedy Central stand up in 2010 called America’s Sister. She went on to do correspondent work on several shows Chelsea Lately, D.L. Hughley Breaks the News, The Doctors, Dr. Oz Show, VH1′s “I Love the 70′s/80′s/90′s, “Vh1′s The Great Debate”, and she is a regular on TruTV's The World's Dumbest. She's also done acting gigs in movies/TV shows like Nickelodeon show “Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide, Girlfriends and Worst WeekLoni has guest hosted TV shows as well like E! Wildest TV Show Moments and guest host on GSN Live. Ms. Loni Love also has a book being released on July 13, 2013 called Love Him Or Leave Him, But Don't Get Stuck With the Tab: Hilarious Advice for Real Women and a very popular segment on the SideShow Network called This Week in Love with Loni Love.

Tamera Mowry-Housley

Tamera Mowry has been famous since her teenage years. She was one half of the hit UPN/CW sitcom Sister Sister, where two twins find out about the other as teens and live in a mixed family home. After the show was cancelled Tamera and her sister continued acting in teen movies and Disney films such as Twitches 1 and 2, Seventeen Again and more. Although Tia received a acting gig on the CW/BET hit The Game (originally it was a role meant for Tamera), Tamera wasn't seen much. She also had a recurring role as Dr. Kayla Thornton on the medical drama Strong Medicine. They both landed a reality TV show on the Style Network in 2011 called Tia and Tamera after their 1 hour special Tia and Tamera was such a big success. Tamera was her sassy self and viewers loved her vibrant bubbly personality. Soon after Tamera married her long time boyfriend Fox News Correspondent Adam Housley, got pregnant, and gave birth to a beautiful baby boy named Aden. 

Jeannie Mai

Jeannie Mai is best known for her work on Extra as a correspondent, her hosting duties on Character Fantasy via USA Network and of course her hosting and styling duties on How do I Look? on the Style Network. She has done frequent correspondent work on the Wendy Show, the Today Show, and E! News - The Daily 10. She has several recurring television shows that she frequents like Dude Where's Your Style?, Go Fix Yourself and Luck Shops a collaboration with Lucky Magazine. She has also been featured in wide variety of magazines such as US Weekly, OK! Magazine, Glamour, Teen Vogue, Elle, Allure, and Ebony. By trade Jeannie Mai is a celebrity makeup artist and stylist. She has been praised for her recent guest speaker appearance at Maria Shriver’s The Women’s Conference. She was in the presence of  other talented heavy weights ranging from Donna Karen to Jessica Simpson and Jane Fonda. Jeannie Mai is lovable spitfire and with a larger than life attitude toward fashion and beauty. She is also a hardcore foodie. Taking photos and documenting her food adventures from all over the world in her own column of taste in Food and Wine Magazine this 2011. Jeannie is also very invested in her culture as a Chinese/Vietnamese American. She returns to her homeland frequently traveling around Asia helping the less fortunate. She volunteers and works with with Heartbeat Vietnam, a non-profit devoted to improving health care for impoverished children and NightLight International, an organization committed to rescuing women and children from sex trafficking and prostitution rings by providing employment and vocational opportunities. Her entire career she dedicated her work to making women feel beautiful besides just looking beautiful. 
*Side Note - She is also a happily married woman!

Her mantra: Let's Wear Heels as High as Our Hopes!

Social media is meant for connecting with others and your favorite celebs. But people are just taking it to a whole new level. Using Twitter and Facebook to publicly humiliate and blast colleagues, enemies and more. Its childish, sad, and just flat out ignorant. Let me explain...

Raqi Thunda and Traci Steele have been battling it out on Twitter lately. Unfortunately it was nothing to really squawk about. Raqi was commenting on episodes of Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta. To para phase she simply said that Traci needed to focus on herself instead of the father of her child's many women. Which I agree. And Traci Steele responded by saying she always felt Djs should stick together. According to Traci Steele, Raqi Thunda isn't even on her level when it comes to being a Dj. And then it just kept going on and on from there.

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Well Miss NeNe's show may have gotten cancelled but her train is still rolling in Hollywood. NeNe announced via Twitter that she will be one of the judges on the 62nd Annual Miss USA Pageant. She tweeted: 

Congrats to NeNe Leakes but I have just one question....No disrespect to NeNe Leakes I love NeNe but you bypass a former Miss USA Kenya Moore and decide to use NeNe as a judge for the Miss USA Pageant.

Don't get me wrong I'm no lover of Kenya. But on the flipside of that she would have been the best choice in my eyes judge the pageant. Clearly she knows what it takes to win the pageant and because she's been there she knows what these women are going through. I believe she would've been able to provide thorough criticism. I know what most of you are saying reading this. Its either one of 2 things: I wouldn't have chosen either one of them or Did you see RHOA? Did you see how Kenya judged the JET magazine newbies?

To answer those questions: Yes I saw RHOA. And Yes I saw how she judged the potential models. Honestly let me explain before you cut my head off LMAO. I believe whole heartedly that Kenya was playing a role. I think she's a smart woman. Your only worth anything in reality TV unless your a villain or a good guy who stands up to the villain. So studying many reality shows that were on including RHOA she probably came to the conclusion that OK I need to make myself worth something on this show. A hot commodity. Now people will tune into RHOA and see what her next antics are. Great strategy for her. I CHOOSE to believe that she is really not like that. 

You would have to be crazy to think that she wouldn't be a good judge for the Miss USA pageant. #imjussaying. 

Well I guess the Donald wanted a more diverse panel for the judging. They have other celebrities on the show as well popular fashion designer Betsey Johnson and Bob Harper of The Biggest Loser - Check out's article they hint at Kenya's feelings about NeNe judging the pageant but they  don't go into detail about it. 

Congrats NeNe your coming up in the world!


Previously I discussed an alleged letter that was supposedly written by Foxy Brown about her relationship with Jay-Z, some for their sexual trysts, and her feelings of Beyonce. In a interview with Combat Jack she discussed her on going struggle with her skin color and the rumor that has had the Internet Foxy says this rumor is a complete lie. She says that the first thing Jay-Z did when he became the President of Def Jam was reach out and sign her as an artist. She says she encourages young boys to read his book Decoded and she really couldn't understand where the rumor came. She adamantly maintains the position that she did not say those things about Jay-Z.
I'm paraphrasing but here's what she said:
“I stood up for him and Bey because I love both of them. That took me back. I was ready to lace my Timbs up and go back to old Inga because it was so disrespectful. The slander. It was disrespectful to me and all of the people who have done things for me. Do you understand I can hear now because of Jay-Z? [cries]” 
“….People believed something that wasn’t even a story, it never was said. It’s not about immortalizing Jay, it’s about me having a reputation. I’m always coy about my personal life. There was no story, no audio, no interview….just someone maybe in Milwaukee somewhere just made up some story. When a story is saying YOU said someone is a controversial and someone gave you Herpes…when you’re insulting people’s families that’s a different level. Jay-Z is someone who I love and respect dearly and he’s always been nothing but great to me and my family period. Beyonce has been nothing but classy and sweet and loving and respectful to me. Those are my friends. They were disrespected. I was disrespected.” 
“I come from a time of real journalism and now, this new day in age someone can just sit behind a computer and say whatever. Even the tone of the article was so ill-written. The words and grammar used, it’s not even me. My mom is an educator. And anyone who knows me knew immediately I don’t speak like that. And all these little hip hop sites just ran with it…”- See more at:
Her interview also included her emotional struggle with her skin color. She says that for awhile she was very insecure about her skin color. She discussed this insecurity with her friend Lauryn Hill. Who embraced her skin color early on in her career. She says as a dark woman she envied light skinned women for a long time. She was the darkest person in her family besides her father and it made her feel kind of left out. Like she wasn't good enough. But since then she's learned to embrace her natural beauty and live life as a strong confident dark skinned woman.

They of course mentioned her friendship with Nicki Minaj. She explained how she tells Nicki the times that she and Lil Kim were coming into the game were different. She says that Nicki doesn't need to be overly sexualized to get her message across. She's says that she's told Nicki that shes amazing and talented and she doesn't have to do all of that.

To hear the whole interview listen here:

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Well Kenya has never been one to just take a cheap shot. So in the words of Tank (if you don't know he is an R&B singer and accomplished songwriter/producer) "Shots FIRED!"

Kenya is talking and she claims that the landlord of her million dollar, rented home is lying about her rent troubles. She is counter suing the woman for wrongful eviction, slander and emotional distress. Kenya claimed the FBI was involved by the landlord! She jokingly made this claim during one of her tweeter rants:
“An intricate plot she sent Feds 2 my spot, b*tch said I ain’t pay her, d*mn how she gonna stick me for my paper?! Biggie said it best LOL,” wrote Moore.

Hmm I didn't know the FBI got involved in civil disputes! Anyway she also alleges that the landlord enters her residence constantly without probable cause or permission. Kenya explains that the landlord is just using this to get money, fame, and damage her reputation. Well unfortunately everything will have to play out in court. I hope this isn't true. With all the money Bravo pays her and probably will end up paying her its sad to see something this trivial, become a serious problem for her.

Not to compare housewives or rather non-housewives. I remember when Kim had a similar house situation. She and her landlord had a dispute and she was ultimately she was evicted from the property. This did look bad on Kim's part but she eventually bounced back and was to find an even more fabulous than the one she had. Hopefully instead of staying in the house, Kenya will relocate and find something just as equally beautiful.

Now I'm not hating but Kenya mentioned nothing about the neighbors complaints in this alleged response. Now if the landlord has proof of Kenya's financial miss-step and her behavior in her Atlanta neighborhood (the homes outside appearance, loud nuances, etc). Then Kenya will probably be as silent as she was when Porsha read her for filth at the reunion. If the neighbors began to talk beyond what they've said then this could really ugly really quickly. #imjussayin.

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Sunday, June 9, 2013

BET Has Confirmed This!!!!!!

BET has sunken to all time new LOW! They have recently let go of all their hosts on 106&Park. A show that is the last of its kind and probably never be another like it. I was a kid when 106&Park first started coming on. It was competing with FUSE Top 20 and the worlds #1 Video music show TRL (Total Request Live) hosted by Carson Daly. However the show got built up because of its awesome hosts Aj and Free. Everybody and I mean everybody loved Aj and Free. Free had a suave new york swag, her fashion sense was on point (she always had on the hottest shoes), with her trendsetting afro and Aj was very cool laid back, kind of bohemian vibe going on; with the long flowing dreadlocks. They talked to the hottest artists and were just all around cool people to watch. Then after they both left in 2005, I was upset. I really thought they would stay for a while before they left. To me 5 years wasn't enough! I don't remember a farewell episode for them. I remember hearing rumors about their departure and then all of a sudden Julissa and Tigger were hosting. Didn't like that at all.

Fast forward almost 10 years and now they are circulating rumors of ending the new hosts run. They set up 106&Park to be a new brand. All new hosts and entirely new concept. They are following in the steps Entertainment Tonight or Access Hollywood. Providing the masses with an abundance of entertainment including interviews, talk segments, social media interaction, and more.

Well within recent weeks or rather months, 106&Park has been going really RATCHET and fans of the show are not happy. Let me break it down:

1st Sign of Trouble - Some of the segments flop. Case in Point: The Miss Mykie Report. Miss Mykie is supposed to have a segment on 106&Park that discusses the latest issues and topics related to Hip Hop. According to, the segment failed to impress. Miss Mykie seemed to be lacking information and her interviewing skills need major work. Because Miss Mykie's background lacks those skills she should've been the last one interview or discuss anything without proper preparation. In any situation that requires a Q&A you need to be divulged in your topic. In order to have as much background on each topic, you need to study. Immerse yourself in the topics, formulate your opinion after the facts are given and then discuss the topic with your peers. Its painfully obvious Miss Mykie didn't do that.

2nd Sign of Trouble - The Hosts are GONE! Paigion and Shorty da Prince have not been on the show for a solid week. Fortunately this is not a bad sign because BET has a GET SCHOOLED campaign that they are promoting and Paigion and Shorty were apart of the promotional deal. Ms. Mykie may be on vacation (I'm just speculating) if not its unknown to the public at this moment where she is or if she's coming back. To keep the show moving BET decided to have some "celebrity" guest co-hosts and those women were all exes of Mr. 106&Park himself Bow Wow, exes that included Draya & Angela Simmons just to name a few. How tre' chic of BET LMAO!

Draya & Bow Wow Hosting 106 and Park
3rd Sign of Trouble - There's no explanations?! About the hosts whereabouts. Even when Rocsi and Terrence were on vacation or took small breaks the audience was informed before the absence and during the absence. No one explained anything according Hot107.5. That's really unprofessional and a slap in the audiences face.

Meanwhile all of this is going the CEO of BET is tweeting about partying in Miami. While one of your flagship shows is basically going down the toilet. Slowly but surely.

Well the fans are outraged they took the social media to voice their disdain with the poor choice of celebrity guest hosts and the show in general.

I stopped watching 106&Park a long time ago and it wasn't because it wasn't a good show I just out grew it. It was time to shake up the show and they had a good concept. But the corny segments between segments and the nonchalant conduction of segments is ridiculous. Pull yourself together BET. Its time for you revamp your style. Your busy trying to keep up that your losing what you stood for in the beginning. Black Entertainment! Sometimes BET is embarrassing, like when the had their award show after Michael Jackson died and it was so ratchet and disheveled. That man deserved better. Personally I thought adding the little tributes by the stars between each segment was a nice touch but the performances added was too much. It need to be simple montage, the tributes and that's it!

Listen BET you need to give all the hosts another chance. Put the right people on the right segments and you can't go wrong. If you want to voice your opinion directly to the executive producers of 106&Park then click here!

What do you guys think? Tell me you opinions below!


Its OFFICIAL Paigion, Shorty Da Prince and Miss Mykie are GONE! BET released a statement early yesterday about hosts firing and gave the "Best of Luck on your Future Endeavors" speech. Its sad. I hope that it works out for those guys. But you'll never guess who's replacing them, Angela Simmons! Yes! She's their replacement or rather who they are considering to replace them. I guess they are going to their original format. 2 hosts of the opposite sex constantly hinting around the fact that they are together. Really attractive BET, really attractive!

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Saturday, June 8, 2013

Kim Zolciak is pregnant with her husband Kroy's 3rd child. I'm just shocked that she's pregnant again. I think Kim is a little cooky but still good people. But her and Kroy are humping like high school kids. Mr. Biermann I gotta talk to you honey. Get in close....Put a cap on it son! Your young yes but thats a lot of mouths to feed. But your trying for a girl of your own and I can understand that. So with that being said, Congrats!

But I'm happy for you. Every child thats conceived is meant to be here. If Kim likes it I love it. So Congrats Kim just babies. Ooh I have 2 nephews that I take care of from time to time and I going crazy. Honestly I don't how she does it! Congrats Kim and Kroy, Good Luck with your new family and new life!


Friday, June 7, 2013

Well everyone 50 Cent has joined the ranks of countless celebrities who have ventured into reality TV.  But its not the way you think. Top chef Jamie Oliver has created a reality TV show called "Dream School". This show is about college dropouts who have attempt to earn a diploma or trade. In school these kids were the rejects, the less gifted by societies standards and Jamie Oliver has set out to change those kids minds and put them on the right path to success. So how does 50 Cent fit in this wonderful show? Well he's a teacher! Jamie Oliver's show "Dream School" uses people from all professions: Musicians, Politicians, Actors, Filmmakers, Artists, etc as teachers to mentor the students. These "teachers" help the kids with their chosen profession, their self-esteem and their overall outlook on life.

Jamie Oliver's "Dream School" was and is successful over in Britain and he decided to bring his hit and brilliant show the United States. He says "We literally changed the lives of many of the kids for the better. Some of them found out that despite being told that they would never achieve anything, they were actually very gifted at art or acting and went on to a achieve great things."

50 Cent is going to appear on the program as a teacher and be an executive producer of the show with his company G-Unit Films and Television banner.

Jamie Oliver's "Dream School" is set to premiere on the Sundance Channel later this year.

Seems like a cool idea. It kind of reminds you of Oprah's Master Class but on hyper drive. I love the idea and I really hope it pans out! So Congrats 50 Cent and Jamie Oliver.


Recently Cheerios released a new commercial reflecting a interracial family. Apparently the internet erupted by people placing horrid comments on the ad. It was so bad that Cheerios was forced to remove the comments section from the ad.

Personally I loved the commercial the girl was cute and funny. The mom and dad were typical parents. It was the cutest commercial I'd ever since. Nothing about that commercial was wrong. Interracial couples and children are a major part of this country, this world. Interracial marriages and relationships are apart of the norm. I see nothing wrong with it and those bigots that do have a problem with it need to go back in history for awhile.

Matter of factlet's take a trip back. During the time of slavery and segregation. White men had no problem having sex with black women, i.e. Thomas Jefferson, and plenty of other slave owners and oppressors during those times. White women were just as bad. So just because it was on the D.L. for a awhile doesn't mean it didn't happen. Oh and black people y'all not off the hook either. Black people always assume that racism had one sided when it's not. A black woman can't stand to  see a brother with a white woman. And brothers can't stand to see a sister with a white man. This is not a well kept secret. Check YouTube there are plenty of videos of people voicing their opinions about interracial relationships and how they hate it when people "mix", whatever the hell that means.

Real talk it all needs to stop. Attraction does not have a gender or color. Your attracted to who your attracted to. Point, blank, period. There is no go between. Just let people be. Cheerios you represented well in this commercial. You keep on with the great commercials. I support you and I appreciate your brutal honesty.

Sorry I had to rant on this on one. But when I heard about this it pissedme off !
Get it Together, People!


Thursday, June 6, 2013

So TV1 has had brilliant success with R&B Divas: Atlanta and now they have decided to have a spin off called R&B Divas: LA. The show premieres July 10. Here are the DIVAS:

Claudette Ortiz
Dawn Robinson

Chante Moore

Lil Mo

Kelly Price
Apparently Faith Evans is moving to L.A. to push her career beyond just the R&B Divas: Atlanta ladies. This was beginning of the mentioning of R&B Divas: LA. However I believe that this was in talks for a while. Once R&B Divas: Atlanta did well it was only a matter of time before the franchise expanded. (F.Y.I: I have a feeling R&B Divas: New York or Miami will be coming into play within the next 2 years or so. I'm so definitely sold on New York. MARK MY WORDS)

Lil Mo talked to Sister2Sister magazine about being asked about her new ventures and she was very real about it. She told the reporter that she was originally asked to join the show for the Atlanta version and well she thought that she just didn't fit in. She felt that her hip hop background was a little bit too loose for the R&B Divas she would've been paired with. She didn't really feel the vibe with those ladies. She felt the only mainstream artist on the show was Faith Evans which was true. 

But when they decided to expand the R&B Divas franchise to LA which was only natural it was the perfect fit. She felt that she had more in common with this cast versus the Atlanta cast. However since she kind of nit picked with the Atlanta cast I'm going to nit pick with her over the LA cast. Now lets be real the only one on the cast of R&B Divas: LA that has really lasted throughout time is Kelly Price (all though it was a stronghold she jumped from R&B to Gospel then back to R&B). Kelly had recent success with songs like Tired and Not My Daddy feat. Stokley of Mint Condition. Chante Moore was making some small tiny waves with her music but it wasn't big, at least not from my point of view. She went through the rough divorce with Kenny Latimore and now she's ready to break out! With her new stint on Broadway and new album this show just might be what she need. Dawn Robinson left En Vogue and hooked up with Rafael Saadiq and created a small group for a short time and they like 1 or 2 hits but other than that she fell off the scene. Claudette Ortiz the strongest thing she made was Two Wrongs feat Wyclef. Other than that she fell off the scene as well. Michel'le was before my time (her album came out 3 years after I was born) but I believe her hit list was Something in My Heart, No More Lies, and Keep Watchin'. All the music hits chart toppers she had were in 1989. During that time she had children with both Dr. Dre and Suge Knight who she also married and divorced (I know you got that SHOCKED look right?) After that she continued to make music but the music she made wasn't as popular as her first album. Lil Mo was best known for her single Superwoman and for me her single 4 Ever (Love that Song!!!). Personally I associated her with Fabolous ALL TIME because they were always featured on each others albums or singles. I didn't know if they were label mates or what. But anyway after awhile I didn't hear anything about her then about 3 years ago I heard that she had signed a new contract with Cash Money. I thought that was a weird move but whatever floats your boat. That didn't work out in her favor and now she's moving on to Reality TV for a career boost.

Plenty of music careers were boosted by stints on Reality TV: American Idol, The X Factor, America's Got Talent, The Voice, Love & Hip Hop (ATL and NY), and now R&B Divas. Listen I see nothing wrong with these shows some of these ex-artists or re-emerging artists just to find an opening for them to get their foot in the door again. With all the new talent and the constant pushing of people who are already in well established careers (i.e. Rihanna, Beyonce, Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown etc.) its hard to push through. Besides these ladies on both versions of R&B Divas are true R&B artists. They are what R&B was about and they could truly and honestly sing.

I hope the show works out for ALL them and really gives them the boost they need. Good Luck ladies I hope this show pushes you all to the level you all deserve!

Source: Sister2SisterMagazine