Today’s Sermon: Be A Blessing To Someone Else

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Normally I don’t go around plugging artists all willy-nilly without receiving a check first for it but please visit your local bootleg man and support D. Woods! I know she has felt this economic crunch five times over with Diddy holding everybody in Danity Kane’s [minus Dawn] checks.

You know he told Cheri Dennis not to mail that girl her W-2 form yet! While everybody is riding around in their new Charger with a paper tag she is stuck on Marta with Souljah Girl. That ain’t right.

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From The Desperate Times, Desperate Measures Issue of King Magazine

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Dawn Richards has already felt the impact of the recession three times already so I understand her need to sell ass but if Aundrea and her moon face decide to get oiled up for FHM I think we all should launch an investigation against Diddy and his involvement with brothels.

If you would like to spend a lovely evening at home jacking off to this hit up your nearest magazine rack and look for Christina Milian’s growl power or hit up Cutie Central for more flicks.

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I Would Be Scared Too

He say, she say, but what does God say? Via Baller Status:

83345595 I Would Be Scared TooFollowing comments made during an interview on satellite radio where he detailed a night out with Diddy that ended at a possibly gay club, rapper Xzibit has released a statement to clarify reports.

Despite how the interview sounded, X states “I have no beef with Diddy,” according to the title of his most recent MySpace blog. The rapper claims that his comments in a recent interview was not intended to be malicious in anyway.

“I wake up this morning and my phone is going nuts. I turn on the computer and find all this sh** about me “throwing puffy under the gay bus” … whatever that means,” X writes. “All this SPIN that you journalist[s] are putting on the statements I made on a radio show — to DIRECTLY effect a guy in a manor not intended — is wrong.

“I got a call yesterday (which caught me off guard) from Diddy himself, stating the club was an after hours spot called ‘Space’ I believe. The rumor mill that has ground this bullsh** out to be the sh** storm that it is, is doing so on its own accord. Like I said at the top, I have no beef with Diddy.”

“All this SPIN that you journalist[s] are putting on the statements I made on a radio show.” Boy, bye! First off, most people who are writing about this are far from real journalists. I know I am. I am above this. I am Queen. As a graduate of the Fantasia Barrino Instatoot of Fine Literature And Quick Weaves I must make that shit clear.

Secondly negro, you willingly made the comment about booty holes and what not, so don’t go trying to retract statements now. It’s too late, the damage has been done! You already know that Puffy has already hired a team of sexy assassins hit men [Cheri + Kim] to handle you.

Diddy is going to have your ass [sweet or unsweetened] singing at Natalie’s for Detective Torres by the end of the week. Good luck with that.

Quick Flicks: Clive Davis’ Pre-Grammy Gala

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Uncle Clive’s pre-award show party is one of the major highlights of the Grammy  Awards weekend. Every year celebs gather in fabulous evening attire to pay tribute to the music exec. I would normally take this opportunity to make a ‘massa’ joke but since this is Black History Month I’m going to keep my lips sealed.

Nippy gave party guests a huge surprise when she hit the stage around 12:30 am to perform a medley of her past hits.

Houston, 45, sported big gold hoop earrings and a snug tea-length leopard-print gown as she confidently strutted across the stage in stiletto heels. Though her voice was not the sterling instrument of her prime, she seemed vocally fit, if somewhat buried by the loud band, backup singers and exuberant audience that cheered her return. [source]

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An Evening of Glowsticks

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With the Grammy Awards only a couple of days away, Los Angeles is the destination for glowstick carriers. But none of them can quite match the levels of different-ness that Solange has trapped in her body. She did a Coldplay cover, ya’ll. Add Janelle Monae to the mix and you’ve got some serious talent on your hands.

Too bad they will both be relegated to their respective dungeons of doom for an eternity: Solo in the wig crypt and Ms. Monae in Diddy’s tooth pick crypt.

The Great Gatsby? Not Today.

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Well, why don’t you just take a look at this impressive guest list. The event was billed as a joint party between Diddy and Kobe Bryant but it doesn’t look like Vanessa’s personal shopper even bothered to show up. Since the event truthfully doesn’t seem like much to talk about let’s move on but stay in Mouf Breever territory.

Necole Bitchie got her cute lil’ paws on a review of former Bad Boy Recording artist Mark Curry’s book, Dancing With The Devil: How Puff Burned the Bad Boys of Hip Hop.  The tell-all gives readers an inside look at Puffy’s poisonous ways. Here’s an excerpt from the review:

[PAGE 79] Despite amazing record sales Mark Curry claims that Biggie resorted to selling dope and homemade duplicates of his cd from the trunk of his car just to earn spending money. [That's the same exact reason why Kizzy Rowland finally left the wig crypt, by the way. - - Fresh]

[Page 94] Jimmy Henchmen told Tupac “why you blaming Puffy and Biggie. Them n*ggas aint got nuthin to do with this shooting. Nobody came to rob you. They came to discipline you and that’s what happened.”

[Page 139] He writes that Puffy lured G Dep with a $350,000 signing advance and a 5 album deal. Puffy did not offer him any counseling on how to handle money. After he spent about 1/6th of the money he discovered taxes, production contracts and stipulations held up the rest of his money. In less than 6 months G Dep was broke, in debt to Puffy and lost himself to drugs. [Continue Reading]