Queen Lobster Bisque Triple OG denied rumors that the Blood of the Lamb is expecting her first
human sacrifice child during her visit to The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Wednesday. Shouts out to 106 & Park.
Fresh: “Beyonce’s mom.” Damn.
Youngsinick: I actually find that title honorable. I mean, you can introduce me as “Man who brought Beyonce a biscuit” and I might do an ‘uh oh’ on the spot in gratitude.
Fresh: True. Now if you ask me, Miss Tina is a glorified clothing line for church ushers.
Youngsinick: Well, the less you spend on Miss Tina’s clothes the more you can contribute to the Bishop Long Defense Fund.
Fresh: And the more time you can spend on getting your creole application processed.
Youngsinick:Voulez-vous coucher avec moi (ce soir). Practicing already.
Fresh: And in walks Beyonce.
The Raging Cajun is no different than you and I. When feel good music comes on during a block party she just has to hit her two step. Just be satisfied you are able to witness it for free this time.
If maintaining an existence free of all perils associated with a creole dominated society hasn’t harden your exterior already, The House of Agnes wants to ‘toughen’ up your look with a limited edition of both basic and deluxe (?!) temporary tattoos, People reports.
“We decided to invite Temptu to help us create custom body art for her to model with our fashions,” Tina Knowles, Deréon’s founder, designer and creative director, told WWD. “The resulting images were so strong that we realized consumers might want to re-create the tattoos themselves.”
The waterproof tattoos will be offered in Deréon’s signature fleur icon and in chains, spider designs, rocker bolts and jewel baubles-giving you a two to five-day edge. The $16-basic kit has eight tattoos and all the pieces needed to affix the designs on your skin, while the online-only deluxe kit will retail for $34 and includes a signed photo of Beyoncé as well as a chance to win a trip to New York. To pull your biker-chick look together, visit Sephora or dereon.com
The ’10 graduating class of Rupaul’s Drag University just got their life. The rest of us, not so much.
Lauryn Hill surprised the sea of hip hop fans at Governor’s Island on Saturday by bringing out guests Jay-Z, Beyonce, Alicia Keys, Swizz Beatz, Mary J. Blige, Chris Rock, and John Legend to say whaddup toward the end of her set at Rock The Bells. Too bad her performance left a lot to be desired. I mean, a lot.