Yes GAWD hunty.Â I was scouring youtube and found this sickninâ€™ video of Amber Riley from Glee singing Faith Evanâ€™s debut single Soon As I Get Home. The real gag is, mid way through the song, The legendary Faith Evans joins Amber on stage and magic is created. The two R&B divas serve everything you could ever want. Go in Amber! Go in FAITH. Yes GAWD Bish!!!!Â I was overjoyed when I saw this video. Take a look. Get you a piece!
Yes gawd hunty! White British Fish Lisa Standfield DID THIS HUNTY! Every time I hear this song, it just makes me feel like battered woman from the 90′s. lol. This song is so smooth and soulful that my heart bubbles over with emotion at the start of every chorus. Sang lisa Sang!!!
Yes gawd, last night the doll had the opportunity to serve as a guest on Kandi Koated Nights, and I TURNT it. The cast over at KKN was great. The other special invited guest was Dani from Vh1′s Tough Love Vegas. We had a real good time. Check out the clips.
@PattiLaHelle is back at it with her hit internet drama Got To Be Real. The doll has never seen so much shade thrown in one sitting. YES GAWD. These divas are going in and letting have. The talent involved in these voice overâ€™s and the sheer wit will have you laughing hysterically. Patti, Dione, Dianna, Aretha, Beyonce, Mary J., Mariah are just some of the big names featured in this widely popular, ever so hysterical we series. GET IN TO IT
Bay-Bay, when I tell you that this Blakstreet song right here use to move me back in the day.Â YES GAWD, These boys right here knew they could sang. I would have let each and every one em have their way with me. YES GAWD.Â Get You A Piece!
Added Bonus, I found a clip of a Korean Menudo singing the same song a capella. I must admit, these boys TURNT IT.
I know I said ‘straight get a date”, but honestly, I don’t know what the big hype is about Indian Remy hair. Black women kill me trying to take the kinky texture of their hair and blend it seamlessly with the bone straight hair of princess jasmine. It’s gone take Aladdin, his lamp, the genie and that magic carpet to ever make a marriage of Florida Evens and fine silk ever work. Majority of the women walking around singing the praises of Indian Remy are looking a hot mess with exposed curly roots and bone straight ends. Then to top it off, most of them have the never to put a fat part dead smack in the middle of their head, making it a perfect giveaway, as if we didn’t already know it was a weave. While I am my soap box, why is it that black women insist on getting weaves in lengths, colors, and styles in which our hair doesn’t grow? If you are going to get a weave, please get a believable one. Anything less than is just tacky! lol
Any who, I stumbled across a video called The Human Hair Trade that tells the story of how one cultures religious sacrifice is another cultures cash cow. GET IN TO IT
See this is the ish i’m talking about right here. This is throwback devistation. This is so wrong, imma reach back to 1992 when this photo was probably taken and slap they mama. Can you tell someone’s socio-economic status or level of education by the way they look? They say we should never judge a book by its cover nor should we ever assume. I’m just sayin, I am almost willing to bet that one of these children’s name is ___meka or ___kiesha or ___ika. I know it. The sad part is, they are cute lil girls, and the mama is just as pretty as she wants to be, minus her government cheese stained teeth. That hair is layed hunty. Don’t act like your auntie ain’t never gel that hair down to the side. LOLÂ GET IN TO IT!