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Barbara Walters: Nicki [Minaj] recently released a song. It’s called “Hell Yeah,” it’s about American Idol. And she says “I’m quick to check a bitch if she’s out of line.” Are you the bitch she’s singing about?
Mariah Carey: Don’t know. Don’t know what she sang. I didn’t know that she sang. I thought she rapped, or whatever.
Singer Lana Del Rey isn’t nearly as thought-provoking and provocative as she would like you to believe. Don’t allow the Black hipsters on Tumblr to persuade you into believing otherwise. It’s simply not true.
Shortly after being elected as the new Attorney General of the State of Alabama in 1970, Bill Baxley reopened the investigation of the 1963 bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham that resulted in the deaths of four innocent young African-American girls.
For doing so, he began to regularly receive death threats from the Ku Klux Klan and similar organizations. However, his response, which was typed on his official letterhead, to one shady queen protesting his continued investigation was everything. Stay mad!
I’m not one to use my platform to brag on myself but I must say, I have developed quite the mental catalogue of foolishness. Years of being subjected to countless negro shenanigans will do that to a person. This morning for no apparent reason, “Treasure In You” by Namata re-attached itself on my spirit — and it was like fire shut up in my bones. Your turn!
Crunkland’s digital-friend-in-the-head-turned-real-life-pal Funky Dineva made a visit to the Bravo clubhouse last night to play bartender for the evening, serving his signature cocktail: the Yes Gawd!
The YouTube sensation was holiday office party down all the way to his side ponytail for his ‘Watch What Happens Live’ appearance. “Bitch y’all couldn’t take this yellow blazer and red lip,” he lated tweeted.
‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ entrepreneur chick Kandi Burruss dished on her relationship with NeNe Leakes, Kim Zolciak calling her new neighborhood ghetto and played Hip Hop Who Ray-Ho and a special edition of Spill The Tea.