Rihanna took a nasty spill recently while onstage in France on Wednesday night. The r&b diva was performing at Le Dome in Marseille when she slipped while walking across the stage and fell to the floor.
Rih Rih was in the middle of performing “Let Me” when she took the tumble but quickly regrouped and continued lip syncing. (yeah… I said it) Continue Reading…
T.I.’s March 5th appearance at a Henry County middle school is causing mad flack between several unhappy parents and the school’s principal.
A few of the parents even called Channel 2 Action News saying that they were concerned not only about T.I.’s visit to their children’s school, but also how the principal reacted when they questioned him about it. Continue Reading…
LaToya Luckett is the latest alter ego subject of celebrity photographer Derek Blanks. The shoot was done in California a few weeks ago and the the concept is Strong vs. Weak, as Latoya’s strong alter pulls her weak one out of the rain and covers her.
who live in the woods (I got People who)
who straight from my hood (I got People who)
they tell you I do it so good because I’m so used to it (I got People who)
who took what they got (I got People who)
who live for the fame (I got People who)
who run from their problems (I got People who)
who drink to maintain (I got People who)
who tell me your secrets (I got People who)
will tell me your fears (I got People who)
who always watching, who know where you live (I got People on)
Headland drive (I got People in)
in Martel homes (I got People on)
Washington rd. (I got People by)
GreenBriar Mall (I got People on)
Lakemont drive (I got People on)
Meadowlark (I got People on)
Stone road (I got People on)
First it was CNN’s in depth expose’ about Black Women being too Picky and now ABC’s Nightline has followed up with their own panel of experts ready to give insight on Black woman and their relationship issues.
Comedian/Author Steve Harvey moderates a panel consisting author/actor Hill Harper, journalist/VH1 star Jacque Reid, Comedian and ‘The View’ panelist Sherri Shepherd and author Jimi Izrael.
The show was filmed in Atlanta (surprise…surprise) and aired last night (April 21st). The hot topic on the table was why successful black women can’t get a man. Is it education? is it societal issues?
According to the press release for the taping it’s because there’s more educated Black women than Black men:
“Black college educated women (in the United States) outnumber black college educated men 2 to 1. Considering all the other factors that could lend to this disproportion, it’s not surprising people wonder why many successful black women cannot find a man.”
That’s the premise of the argument, but of course the panelists have their own opinions. In case you missed it, watch it in it’s entirety and discuss: Continue Reading…