I refuse to believe this is happening
Hip-Hop is one of the most educational tools running amuck in these streets. And to prove it, Panama explains a few things he learned from listening to hip-hop!
Reason #26363 you can never trust a Black man named Juan.
In episode 4 of Love & Hip Hop Hollywood, drinks fly, feelings get hurt, and mommas get beside themselves when the rainbow isn't enuff. I can't believe, today was a good day.
Panama thinks that despite what we see on LHH Hollywood, Teairra Mari should be a superstar. He really means it. Seriously.
Many people thought Dave Chappelle was crazy to walk away from a huge contract for his show, Chappelle's Show. At first, I did too. Now I get it.
You thought du-rags and Seagram's gin was Black. Meet Southside Vic as he discusses business with CNN.
It's called Black-ish, but it could very easily be called Everyone Hates My Wife And Kids After Dad Got A Promotion. What has been marketed and reviewed as subversive and politically incorrect looks and feels like a 26-minute-long "urban" IKEA spot
This week features part two of the Blackness Challenge, a clip that prominently features Kool-Aid, Black church ladies, semantics, and "motherfucking shark movies."
Recap of episode 3 of Love & Hip Hop Hollywood where more shenanigans ensue and relationships start to fray between Teairra and Hazel, Omarion and his momma, and Nia, her chin, and Mr. Crank Dat Soulja Boy.
But for all his charlatanly ways, I like Steve Harvey on Family Feud. It’s like watching your favorite old, quick-talking drinky-churchy uncle tap dance around the living room in a 39-button suit with his favorite moonshine flask.
Recap of Episode 2 of Love & Hip Hop Hollywood featuring a bunch of people you honestly couldn't give a *CENSORED* about.
Every now and then we all make bad decisions. Here is one man's story about a bad decision.
Over the weekend, The Fappening returned to our internet screens. Panama ponders the age old question, "what does it all mean?"
She's effectively quitting her job to smoke weed everyday, when normal behavior is to smoke weed everyday AFTER you quit your job. This subversive paradigm shifting is very Black