I watched this and wanted to travel back in time and
This is what the world is coming to.
This is who we as a people raising?
Children will be children, yes BUT children would have never pulled something like this back in the day. These children are growing up fueled by the thought of getting famous on the internet.
Well look boys, now you're famous for being totally cruel for no reason.
Mugs are out here heckling old women about their weight...like this can't be real.
Out of all of this though, I do love the fact that people have raised thousands of dollars for this woman.
We support you sweetie...and we wanna give those kids a serious whooping.
With a switch...
OH, maybe one of those thick leather paddles they used to whoop us with in grade school.
Do yal remember those?
That was child abuse, man.
Talk to yal later, ha.
P.S. I'm crazy.
This can. not. be real.
Why the do you believe that the only way black (women) people will be popular on television, is if they are sucking the teet of a celebrity?
Wasn't Basketball Wives and Love & Hip Hop good enough? Damn.
And these women will now become D-list celebrities, and really think that they are doing something... when all they are really doing is looking strugg-lish.
I mean get your money honey, but damn.
There is no way that I would strive for fame by associating my name with someone elses.
I mean, especially not an ex. Must be cray.
Why aren't there any decent things to watch about black people starting businesses or furthering their education? Lord knows they'd have plenty of material, and I would be interested in watching that.
Help us lord.. just send us help to the executives at VH1.
Justin Simien, an aspiring filmmaker may soon find success in Hollywood by capturing his experiences as a young black person trying to make it in the film business.
These are things we probably all either deal with or think about as black people.
Real things that we would probably appreciate in a feature film.
Check out their tumblr page here.
The goal is to find an investor that will allow him to make this movie the way he wants to make it, and the way he's going to do this is with out help and support:
"Remember when Black movies didn’t neccesarily star a dude in a fat suit and a wig? Or have major plot twists timed to Gospel numbers for no apparent reason? No? Damn…
Well believe it or not there was a time when “Black Art-House” was a thing. When movies like Do The Right Thing, Hollywood Shuffle, and Boyz In Da Hood were breaking box office records as well as making us laugh, cry, and think in ways movies hadn’t before.
The humble producers of DEAR WHITE PEOPLE, a satire about being a black face in a white place, long to bring those days back. But we can’t do it without you!
We pieced together what resources we had to make this trailer in order to entice investors for our planned million dollar feature. Armed with this trailer and your support we plan to make this film a reality. Click here to help bring this film to theaters."I think it's a great idea and a the money would go to a great cause (if you were feeling generous today.)
Looks like a cool group of kiddos too.
Sweet Life Music and Food Festival took place on April 28 this year.
Amanze, his sister Chi Chi, and I set out for our adventure in the sun...
except there was barely any sun, and plenty of clouds.
But we had a GREAT time.
All of the artists were effing fantastic.
Fun.: Me and my silly boy were out in the parking lot "preparing" for the show while they were on. We heard them from a distance, but I'm still pretty salty we missed them in person.
Haim: Their lead guitarist was so hilarious to watch. She made the most ridiculous faces while she performed, and I loved it to pieces.
A$AP Rocky and the A$AP Mobb: This was a decent preview for the show we went to see the next day.
Yuna: Who we unfortunately had to miss bc A$AP was running late on the main stage. BUT I saw her live just last week with Graffiti 6. She was great.
Fitz and the Tantrums: This came out of left field to me. Now I surely have heard of them, but never sought out their music. They were awesome. Soo much energy.
The Shins: Love them. I was so excited to see them live.
Cudderrr: This boy can perform..and white people LOVE him. The crowd went absolutely bonkers during this show. And I can't lie, it was good.
AVICII: We went back in the stands for this show, since it was dark and the stage was large. Bright neon lights..huge graphics on stage. It was dope and loads of electronica DJ fun.
|A$AP Rocky (who I saw twice this weekend)|
Please take note of the white guy in the jersey at around 1:00.
I nearly punched him in the face, until he passed me some grass.
I was satisfied with his enthusiasm after that.
|Painting at the festival|
|Our view from the line for The Shins.|
|They had all types of cute little areas to hang out.|
And most of the food was organic or locally grown.
|It was packed everywhere...|
And this is still early in the day.
|Amanze and Chi Chi.|
|He was really great on stage.|
|Me and my boy|
|Visual dopeness. Peep the glowlights. |
I was so mad that I left from down there when they
started handing those out.
My girl "The Liquorice Bitch" Azealia Banks releases her newest video for "Liquorice" off her "1991" EP.
When I first heard this song, I knew it was a banger.
And I love this pretty badass chick (with the million dollar smile).
Cool western style video too.
I can't wait to see her progression. I have a feeling she'll be around for a while.