It was the most painful video I’ve ever watched in my entire life. OJ Da Juiceman? Well, he didn’t say more than 10 words during the entire clip and I’m almost sure that 9 of them were “aye!” I probably don’t need to explain to you how bad Gucci Mane and Shawty L-O were. Hell, their names are Gucci Mane and Shawty Lo. Continue reading →
from michael jackson’s unexpected and sudden death to janet jackson’s unexpected and sudden breast, there have been numerous events in the past 25 years that have had a particularly strong resonance in the black community.
today, as a service from vsb.com, the champ has decided to list the top five. enjoy and sh*t Continue reading →
to0 stupid to see the irony in rocking a $150 fishing hat while living in your parent’s spare bedroom, i purchased a white burberry bucket cap from saks in may of 2002.
unfortunately, by the end of that summer the streets of the burgh became so infested with bootleg louie and burberry fashion indistinguishable from the real thing that i eventually retired it in august, hilariously pissed at how those “analog n*ggas were messing up my market value!!”
i thought of this sad situation because it was the only analogy i could think of to possibly compare to how a naturally curvy woman might feel when going to a nightclub and seeing men ogle over the minotaur pictured above. Continue reading →
from his brazen infidelity to his choosing of someone extremely younger, poorer, less educated, and whiter, steve mcnair’s death at the hands of his mistress sahel kazemi and her subsequent suicide is a virtual petri dish of black relationship sore spots.
yet, after a weeks worth of conversation with different women, the single most recurring question about this situation has been less “why did he cheat?“ and more “why the hell would he downgrade??“Continue reading →