We all have at that one Facebook friend who changes their relationship status about once a month… (as if we care).
[FLASHBACK: Facebook Ettquette? Should there be a ‘Relationship Status’ Rule Book?]
Then there are those who post every single “date night,” gift… and/or cuddle session on all of their social media accounts, as if they want the whole wide world to know that they are head over heels in love and on the path to forever.
[Sidebar: Major props to Angela Simmons for keeping her private life PRIVATE… but I digress!]
I recently came across an article that basically says that oftentimes couples who post their entire life stories on Facebook are likely suffering from problems in their relationships and/or don’t even have one.
A picture of a trip to the beach; a selfie waiting in line at the grocery store; a morning snap of them in bed — It may look like your married friends are happy when they constantly post pictures of themselves on Facebook but relationship experts say this can be a deceiving practice. It turns out the more couples expose their intimate lives on social media, the more likely they’re suffering from problems inside the relationship.
Duh! Like… who DIDN’T know this? Read more from this fascinating article below… Continue Reading…
It seems like just yesterday that Erykah Badu and Andrè 3000‘s son, Seven Serius Benjamin, was born… but it’s actually been almost eighteen years!
Erykah shared the photo above as she posed with he baby boy posed and her baby daddy and she also shared bit of good news about their son — he’s been accepted into FOUR COLLEGES!
Details + more photos below… Continue Reading…
Apparel maker Gap has apologized for an image used in an ad that some critics (i.e. ‘Black Twitter’) felt was racially insensitive.
The ad in question depicts four young girls that are part of Le Petit Cirque, a traveling circus company that features boys and girls between the ages of 5 to 14. In the image, an African-American girl is posing next to a taller Caucasian girl that is propping her arm on the younger girl’s head.
Twitter commenters were quick to pounce… with many claiming the ad cast the black child as merely “an armrest.”
Read ‘Black Twitter’s’ response + Gap’s apology for their racially insensitive print ad below… Continue Reading…
In honor of resurrection day, Kanye West shared an updated, two-minute alternate version to The Life of Pablo‘s opening track “Ultralight Beam,” titled “Ultralight Prayer.”
Like the original, it features a sermon and a gospel choir with a short sermon from Kirk Franklin paired with vocals from Kelly Price.
Listen below… Continue Reading…