It’s a shame, really. In order to kick the truth to the young Black youth Gabby Douglas has to give off the general disposition that she is about to ask for the short of Mama Dee’s cigarette outside of Central Station.
While her sly grin in the above profile shot is saying everything that I conjure up when I ask a male companion for $5 and a ride to the liquor store, I will forever bow down.
The Olympic golden child joined fellow Virginia native Pusha T, whose hair has also garnered it’s fair share of media buzz in its own right, on 106 & Park on Monday (April 29). Gabby is currently on the promo trail in support of her new book, ‘Raising The Bar.’
The reigning king of coke rap and the princess of making her own way out the trap. If this doesn’t inspire you enough to drop those kids off at the Boys & Girls Club to dodge bullets this summer nothing will.