Monthly Archives: March 2008
I just saw the commercial for MTV’s new show, Rock the Cradle. I feel some black foolishness coming on. Something just tells me that MC Hammer’s daughter, Bobby Brown’s son, and Al B. Sure’s son (Who goes by “Lil B. … Continue reading
Love goes out to the Levert family as they have lost another son, Sean. One of three members of the R&B trio LeVert and son of O’Jays singer Eddie Levert, has died after falling ill while serving a jail term … Continue reading
3 words that I wish Obama didn’t utter…”typical white person“. I can just hear Clinton’s camp laughing with glee. For those of you who don’t know, Obama called his white grandmother a “typical white person” who has fears about black … Continue reading
Umm…when are we just going to let Tupac rest in peace! Lord, why bring Puffy into this. Washington Post (full article) – After spending months digging into the 1994 shooting of Tupac Shakur, the Los Angeles Times took just over … Continue reading
Karma is a Bitch, Kids! You really don’t want to experience it LIVE on nationals television. This brother should have known better.
The question for today is… Are we excepting Step n’ Fetchit, Amos and Andy, big eyed, slack jawed, caricatures of black men from movies and television Willingly? Think about Mr. Brown from Meet the Browns and Flavor Flav before answering. … Continue reading
Photo: NJ.com I guess Anna Wintour found out there are other black men besides Andre Leon Talley. LOL! Ok, I thought it was just me until I checked a couple other blogs and did a Google search. Lot’s of folks … Continue reading
Don’t belive me? www.godhatesobama.com.
Yesterday, March 24th, 2008 Black families gathered at the National Zoo Monday for an Easter tradition. The Easter Monday event started in 1891 when blacks were not allowed to go to the White House Easter Egg Roll (until the Dwight … Continue reading
He’s in denial about the possibility of losing his job and being convicted, but things don’t look so good for Kwame Kilpatrick. DETROIT (AP) — Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, a one-time rising star and Detroit’s youngest elected leader, was charged Monday … Continue reading