Isn’t she lovely? Until Queen Latifah appears on the cover of Essence magazine above the headline ‘Yup, I’m A Stud’ we are all subject to her dressing in drag when the occasion calls for it. Now cuff your chick. It’s Mr. Steal Your Girl.
The 43-year-old traded in her favorite bleach stained Pelle Pelle shirt and Jordan brand basketball shorts for a curve hugging, midnight blue glittery number at New York City Ballet’s Spring 2013 Gala at Lincoln Center last night.
The handclaps and Spanx for Cleo don’t end there. She has signed on to host a hour-long daytime talk show. ‘The Queen Latifah Show’ will feature a mix of celebrity interviews, live music performances and interest stories. The show is set to premiere this September 16 on CBS and it’s affiliate stations. Get money!
This is for all the nice clean, decent women.
Trick Daddy‘s tweets are proof-positive that God is indeed for the thugs. If your never going to be shit cousins could grasp the concept of Twitter believe that they would retweet his 140 characters of Hennessy drenched wisdom up and down your timeline.
Since the likelihood of that ever happening is slim to none, I have compiled 25 instances of T-Double-D’s genius at work. You can show your gratitude by liking C+D on Facebook and / or flashing me your juice box.
Don’t go chasing waterfalls, please stick to the fish frys and the metro stations that you’re used to.
Keyshia Cole issued a statement this week apologizing to North Carolina fans for canceling a performance due to the promoter’s inability to provide basic production, including sound, lighting, staging and general safety requirements.
How hard is it to find a church microphone, flashlight and fog machine?
Concertgoers who graciously lined up to pat their quick weaves to Keyshia’s struggle yodels were turned away a hour after the show was scheduled to begin. The janky promoter later said fans could receive refunds by bringing their tickets to the Greenville Convention Center on Monday, but his ass never showed up.
“Beyond pissed off, because we done stayed in the line Saturday for three hours, some four, and now we’re standing in line again,” vented Sharon Anderson.
“I feel like it’s a scam. This is a $110 worth that they’re saying that we’re not going to get back,” added Maquitta Sherrod.