Porsha Stewart is having a solid month for cackles, no?
At a recent modeling competition, ’Real Housewives of Atlanta’ resident delusional stunt queen Kenya Moore was in the middle of giving an instructional on how to work the catwalk when she took an ugly misstep, crashing down to the runway in the process.
To her credit, House Mother Kordell would be impressed with her hair slangin’ bounce back. End scene!
- Let us pray: What Would Jesus Do is now property of Tyler Perry. Now, raise your hand if you mentally stretched out his last name like Hurricane Chris expressing his fondness Halle Berry.
The United State Patent and Trademark Office sided with the media mogul in the trademark battle for the popular phrase last week, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
He won the battle over ‘I Want to Work for Diddy’ flop (listen, we all fall short of the glory of God) Kimberly “Poprah” Kearney, who registered the trademark in 2008, several months before Perry did. Perry registered the phrase in the category of “entertainment services,” with the idea of producing “live concerts, a TV program and motion pictures” in relation to the trademark.
The true ‘Fashion Queens’ of Atlanta have arrived! Derek J and Miss Lawrence gave a 2-for-1 lesson on how to properly shut down a red carpet with ease while gracing the 2014 Vision Awards in New York City with their presence last week.
When God created us all in his image, he made sure to spend a few extra minutes on these two to ensure that all zestlemen and women would sing Trina’s lyrics “my pussy sits up real nice in my shorts” with their voices dripping with pride and conviction. Won’t he do it?
Jesus, hold my mule pumps.
In case you missed it, earlier this month ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ and ‘Fashion Queens’ zestlemen Miss Lawrence Washington read Porsha Stewart a sermon from the mountain top over a video featuring the youngest housewife (then evangelist) preaching about saving gays and lesbians.
“Ratchet beyond ratchet,” said Miss Lawrence during his trip to the Russ Parr Morning Show. “Tacky. She’s ratchet. She can’t take it. Wish she could, but never will.”
He continued: “Those are her beliefs granted, she is entitled to her beliefs. But if you want to hold true to your beliefs, don’t come over to the LGBT community or gay girls and want us to help you with your hair or want to use your gay slang or want to carry us like your purse. You stay over there and you stick to your beliefs.”