Is Bobbi-Kris getting cute or is it just her mommas make up artist? And speaking of her Mommma, Alright Ms. Whitney, you're looking good girl....Alright-okay!?
what's up everybody! It's another edition of Live and Up Close and there is a lot of shit going on in the neighborhood...but I'll keep my lips air tight like the pringles can before I make any premature accusations, make false moves, and possibly lose a potential friend.
So I've heard that the Black Blogger Awards are coming up...and of course, I know you guys want to see me win! So nominate me for some of the categories, alright? Love me like I love you! And I'll throw a party if I win! I'll announce my nomination list by the end of the week. Sidenote: Am I the only one who likes that Ciara & Bow Wow song, Like You? OMG...anyway.
Shot Outs to: The 16 year old Prodigy (You know who you are) who has a blog of his own...that I'll be revealing more in detail really soon. The kid is super hilarious and soon enough you'll all know about him. He reminds me of a young Trent, very promising future he has. Holding it down in Philly, shot out Philly! Stone, Valentino, and all my readers an nem like that! Shot Out to Aunt Jacky in Indiana...Miss. Jacky Jackson if you nasty!
So...I just finished reading Superhead's book: Confessions Of A Video Vixen. I give the book a C-, and for a few reasons. (1) She too many "black-outs" or instances where she couldn't "remember" what happened. I don't buy it. I am gonna need you not to have that many fuckin blackouts. I mean you remember vividly how you almost died, and getting your ass knocked around by Kool G. Rap, but you couldn't remember having sex with someone, give me a break Karrine. (2) Not only did she put her self in the most ridiculous situations but she used them as crutches and excuses to make the reader feel sorry for her. While I give her credit for playing stupid, she didn't win me over with this one. To me you have the decision to walk away from any situation you are placed in. If you make it out alive, you know not to do it again...but her cycle kept going. While her life was horrible and her childhood was shattered by a mother who clearly had issues with the father-she used her promiscuousness as a way to feel love and validated. My question that will always remain in my head is why she never tried to return to the islands after her mother moved away if this was the only place that she found solace? She left and ran the streets and eventually moved in with her father only to repeat the same mistakes that her mother made with men. If Superhead was so smart as she claims in her book, why couldn't she have made the conscious effort to rectify mistakes as she saw them happening? Especially in the book she mentions twice that she was making "the same mistakes her mother did." There were a lot of contradictions in her book...and while she says that it wasn't a "Tell all" she attempts to make it that by name dropping some of the famous men that she's slept with. I mean if you're gonna say something Superhead tell us the real deal, not some watered down, sugar coated sap that's printed to sell books girl, while the reader is left to assume what happened. That's how shit gets started! I understand that she was trying to tell her story, but I felt a big chunk was missing and she was leaving out a lot of information that would have made the book a better read. Overall the book was a page turner only to see what was going to happen next with her pimp, Ice-T, her sexual escapades with JaRule, Bobby Brown, DMX, Usher, Ray-J, Fred Durst, Shaquille O'Neal (Baby Dick), Irv Gotti, Vin Diesel, XZbit, and P-Diddy (How You Doin'?) The book was rather annoying and pointless. To me this book is nothing more than a how-to for young girls to become hoes, video hoes, strippers, drug heads, emotionally crippled, battered and people who can't break the negative cycles that haunt their lives forever. Although I do feel sorry what happened in Superhead's life, I think that therapy, not writing a book would have been better for her. I am currently reading: Beyond The Down Low, Interruption Of Everything, Skinny Women Are Evil, Down For Whatever, and One Day My Soul Just Opened Up. The Fonz, challenged me to read...so thus I take the challenge.
Coming Up This week: My Version Of Lil' Kim's Shut Up Bitch, Suicide 101, My Book Tour and of Course My Friday Finale!
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On The Tube Tonight: TLC's Reality Show and I wanna Be a Hilton...
Niggas are so full of shit! DAMN when are they gonna get it right?...woe oooh ooh oh oh oh...gotta get right.