Don’t be surprised if your favorite stud rapper (I’m looking at you, Da Brat) pops up rocking a Jason Collins jersey in their latest misogyny-ladden music video. It’s a hot item.
NBA Senior Vice President for licensing and business affairs Vicky Picca announced on Tuesday (February 25) that Collins’ No. 98 Brooklyn Nets uniform is the top-seller on NBA.com, besting the likes of LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Blake Griffin. ”Jason Collins’ return to the league represents a historic moment, and fans continue to show their support by (buying) Jason’s jersey,” said Picca.
The 13-year league veteran — who became first openly gay man to play in the NBA last week – plans to wear No. 98 starting tonight against the Trail Blazers as a tribute to Matthew Shepard, who was murdered in 1998 because he was gay.
Let the record show that I’m not saying that I will never wake up inside of a white man. Who knows what a long night of downing corn liquor and a Bedroom Kandi strap-on could lead to. I’m just saying that man will never be Perez Hilton.
Your booty hole is more than safe around me, sir.
Representing the great state of California in the 2014 Miss Internet Troll of The Universe pageant, the celebrity blogger provoked the wrath of the softer side of Negro Twitter after declaring that “Inside every gay man is a fierce black woman!”
Don’t let the extra minutes of fame thrown to the selective singers of the 90′s fool you — ‘R&B Divas’ can’t save everyone. Dru Hill is a prime example of that.
After a show last week (your drunk ass aunties and uncles deserve live entertainment on a budget, too) the group caught up with entertainment reporter Donna Jones. During the quick chat, Jons asked the million dollar question on how they still managed to deal with the music industry, and leave it to Nokio to give a real nigga answer: ”We’re are still singing because we got to feed our kids.”
Watch the moment below!
It wouldn’t sit right in my spirit if I neglected to share this gem before the conclusion of Happy To Be Nappy Month. Pull up a chair as Cousin Kendel narrates a story about the time his 3rd grade class took a field trip to a cotton field.