Soap star, Susan Lucci from ABC’s All My Children has been immortalized in wax by Madam Tussaud’s Wax Museum.? The grand unveiling of her wax sculpture was held last night in New York.?
I used to love me some All My Children back in the day.? Erika Kane was “dat Biyatch”!? I’m trippin right now cause she looks the same as she did 10 15 years ago!!? Dayum!? Them plastic surgeons don’t be playing do they…
Check out this new video for Yung Joc’s single “I’m a G” featuring Bun B and Young Dro. Me likey…me likey a lot! I know alot of y’all think southern rap sux…but who cares! You just wish you thought of this simple ish first!
I’m the seventh letter of the alphabet…I’m a “G“….get it?
Peace be with you!? Erykah Badu traveled to Tel-Aviv a few days ago?to perform her final concert prior to the release of her new album, New AmErykah.?? Erykah made some interesting comments about her support of Louis Farrakhan and how she crossed the water to bring some light…or sumthing like that.? She also said that she?identifies with Palestinian hip-hop (although she couldn’t name any Palestinian hip-hop artists)…
For almost two hours, she swayed in front of a center-stage mic stand with a small table to either side of her, one holding a laptop computer and a kettle, the other with a drum machine/sampler trigger board. More about laid-back, regal poise than about traditional verse-chorus pop soundbytes, it was Badu’s distant yet powerful presence presiding over intense grooves that dominated the evening.
Badu wowed the Tel Aviv crowd early with “The Healer,” a powerful new shamanistic single off of Nu AmErykah, proclaiming, “Hop hop is bigger than religion / Hop hop is bigger than my nigger / Hop hop is bigger than the government” in between verses about toppling Babylon (“The people say reboot refresh,” etc.). The set culminated with Badu taking us “waaay back,” brandishing a cowbell and meandering through a medley of old-school rap classics (like Slick Rick and Doug E Fresh’s immortal “La Di Da Di”) before explaining to us that all peoples are truly one and heading home.? (source)
Erykah also?commissioned a poster for her visit to Tel-aviv, which?features a large hamsa? (a traditional Middle Eastern good-luck charm) that appears to be growing out of her hair.? At the bottom, the words for peace in Hebrew and Arabic appear side by side.
Rapper 50 Cent says that America isn’t ready for a Black president…and he’s entitled to his opinion. HOWEVER, we all know that he always says ish he doesn’t really mean to create confusion. I say…”who cares?” Hell, if Fiddy’s voting for Hillary, most people with sense would do the opposite…which is probably his strategy!
Fiddy and his new grill has also denied ever dating Ciara. Check out that interview after the jump!