The US Army is outchea callin' folks Negroes.
Moniece goes apeshit on Amanda, Masika becomes even more annoying, and Berg does more Berg stuff plus more in episode 8 of Love & Hip Hop Hollywood.
Dear Chris Brown: People Will Get Over You And Rihanna If You Allow Them To Get Over You And Rihanna
Instead of following Michael Vick's script, you're following R. Kelly's. And no one follows R. Kelly. Unless, of course, they want chlamydia.
If the thirsty men of the internet can have Jhonni Blaze and Erica Mena, the women can lust over lightskint predicate felons too.
There are a lot of reasons to dislike Dunham, most of which are Dunham’s own fault. The rest, the part that I think really infuriates people, is how permissive Whiteness tends to be
The crack scene was great. These scenes are even greater
Can we support Black movies and be critical of them at the same damn time? OR do we have to appreciate the fact that they exist above all else?
Another installment of Playlist Thursdays. What are you listening to these days?
In this episode of LHH Hollywood, Ray J Da Gawd does more stupid shit, Hazel does more stupid shit, Teairra has a heart where a heart don't want her, and Soulja Boy acts like a Soulja Man?
If you drink Fireball Whiskey, you've been drinking the stuff they use to make anti-freeze. Panic!! Right? Naw. You've probably drunk much worse.
Momma Dee (of Love and Hip-Hop: Atlanta fame), aka Live-Action Scar, created a song, and made a video for this song. This song is called "I Deserve." You will now watch a video for this song and read a recap of the video, because it's been a long week and you deserve to be entertained by this
When I encounter someone old enough to understand the case against colored contacts who doesn’t know about Miss Celie’s Folkspants, I make a mental note of the exits. This is not a motherfucker I need to be in an elevator with.
All things considered, I've seen enough to say that Black-ish could end up being the best Black sitcom ever.