I am currently unable to process Onika’s drama kid faces and shoulder pads since I haven’t had my morning coffee yet, but feel free to take a stab at it.
Onika’s cakes should probably come with a surgeon general’s warning but they are a delight to gawk at. In an interview for the October / November issue of Complex magazine she touches on her relationship with Drake and Lil’ Wayne, the experimental sound of her singles, and industry BBM friends. She also clarifies her much buzzed about sexual orientation, saying:
When I rap, it’s just an extension of how I speak, and that’s how I talk. If you don’t like it, don’t listen. I’m also not going to explain something just because I said it in a rap. Take what you want from it. [In the press] I didn’t say [I don't like women]. I said I don’t have sex with women. I don’t have sex with men right now either. If [bisexual is] what they wanna call me, then fine.
Lady and the tramp. Who is your money on?
It’s way too early in the morning for me to give this the proper attention it so desperately deserves but if you’ve got the power to let power go feel free to fill in for me.
The ladies adore him and his doobie wrap game cannot be matched. Life is good when your name is Justin Bieber. We all are witnesses. Almost forgot to mention, Bisquick Batter and Lady Gaga are equally divine depending on who you ask.
Nicki Minallah’s (Blame youngsinick) multitude of minions continued to show their loyalty by pouring into Atlanta’s Georgia Freight Depot on Saturday night to watch her drama club kid antics live. I caught some major flack from a friend via text message but that was just one stream of tang that just wasn’t worth me trying to swim in at all. I would have surely went into panic mode and drowned within the first 3 minutes.
I was too caught up on Friday night preparing for an evening with the passionate queens of Duval County Fl to join in on roasting Onika and Aubrey over an open flame after they announced their “marriage.” Luckily for me there is never a shortage of shade on my timeline.
Always the drama kid, Onika channels Lucille Ball as well as Al Reynold’s First Fridays alter ego (featured above, you heaux see it) in a series of new promo shots for the 2010 MTV Music Awards. More DayGlo synthetic yaki shenanigans after the jump!