“It’s crazy how you can give a girl a low blow, and she be back on your d*ck, no homo”
This hilarious take on the Chris Brown/Rihanna domestic violence situation starts off with his spoofing Chris’s Larry King Live Interview then moves to a music video where Rihanna sings “Who’s Gonna Hunt Chris Brown” Dude got down in this spoof video!
Janet Jackson was spotted arriving at Malpensa Airport in Milan, Italy earlier today (September 22). yesterday on the arm of a well-toned “mystery man.” She’s scheduled to attend amfARs (Foundation for AIDs research) inaugural Milano event to raise money and publicity during Milan fashion week.
Janet’s battle against the AIDS epidemic stems from personal experience, as a number of her close friends have been affected by the virus. As a chair of the amfAR event, Jackson continues to campaign for research worldwide. CLICK HERE to learn more about amfAR.
In related Jackson news, a movie about Janet’s late brother, Michael Jackson, will be released in 25 cities next month. The film, entitled “This is it” is a compilation of footage from Michael’s final days. Check out a preview below: Continue Reading…
It is not a disgrace not to reach the stars, but it is a disgrace to have no stars to reach for.
Not failure, but low aim is the sin. – Dr. Benjamin E. Mays
When I was a li’l gul, 3450 Sewell Road was just a big old hill with a bunch of trees next to I-285 expressway that we passed if we took the long way to Southwest Hospital. A couple of years and a street name change later, it became Mays High School.
I went to its feeder middle school, but I didn’t go to Mays because I was lazy. While they cleared a number of the trees, the school was built at the tip top of that dang-on hill. My momma didn’t have reliable transportation, so if I had to (or chose to) stay afterschool, I had to hike “The Hill” to get home. Do that in 90 degree August and May Atlanta heat, get on a MARTA bus and then do some homework:
But I digress…
Back in my day, Mays was virtually an all African-American institution at the pinnacle of urban public education. It was located in one of the more affluent neighborhoods in the city and the Math and Science Academy magnet program was literally churning out rocket scientists. Continue Reading…