Archive for the ‘So This Is How We’re Trying To Remain Relevant’ Category

Go Home Roger!

February 26, 2008
Go Home Roger!

Raz B a/k/a/ “Chris Stokes touch me on the inside and told me to call his name . . . nevermind, this is family business, I wish the media would just leave us alone” is trying to remain relevant by being photographed up at different events, this time appearing on the red carpet at boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s 31st birthday party in Las Vegas. Um, Raz? There is already somebody notorious for making random red carpet cameos and her name is Bai Ling. Nah mean?

Oh, and while I’m thinking about it, who in the hell left the gate open last week for Karrine to sneak in Ebony’s pre-Oscar party?! If you aren’t valeting cars or walking around with a tray of scrumptious goodies in your hand, what good are you really? It’s not time for Murder Inc. to throw another pool party yet?


I’m Just Saying . . .

February 19, 2008

I’m Just Saying . . .

Has it really come to this? Something in the milk ain’t clean.

[Pictures via Sandra Rose]

Spiced H.A.M.

February 12, 2008

Spiced H.A.M.

This viral video shit has gone too far! I don’t know who thought it would be a brilliant idea to give Coolio his own cooking show but they need to have their kufi slapped clean off. “Ghetto witchdoctor superstar chef,” oh really?

Momofukas will sell their soul for a shot at relevancy. I guess this is what happens when that royalty paper starts slowing down. I won’t be surprised if Souljah Boy makes a cameo on an upcoming episode frying up some lil’ wangs.
click here to watch [turn your speakers down if you are at the office]

[Thanks J. Fish]

The "Say Something Nice" Challenge

February 7, 2008

The “Say Something Nice” Challenge

Laurieann Gibson – “Addictive”

Boy, I can’t wait to read your comments in the morning about this mess.

You Sent It // Do You Get Your Ticket Yet?

February 6, 2008

You Sent It // Do You Get Your Ticket Yet?

And these stage plays just keep coming. If it wasn’t for wack ass stage plays, some of these folks would be standing on the corner if I-20 and MLK with cardboard signs and QuikTrip cups.

– Razzi

Girl I couldn’t agree more! I’m mad just that the couple featured in the poster for the play aren’t actually in it. Read the plot summary under the cut.


The cast in the upcoming play “Rumors” has a lot of show business gigs on their resumes.

The show stars veteran singer and television actress, Telma Hopkins; “Family Matters” star Darius McCrary; singer and original Destiny’s Child member LeToya Luckett; comedians George Wilborn and Gary Owens and former “America’s Next Top Model” contestant Lisa D’Amato.

The story follows a man named Marcus who is the first in his family to attend medical school and has everything going for him. His overprotective mother wants to rescue him from his estranged girlfriend, and the rumors start when the ex-girlfriend claims she’s pregnant with Marcus’ child. His childhood sweetheart enters the picture and there’s a secret between Marcus’ best friend and his ex-girlfriend.

Read A Book

January 31, 2008

Read A Book

Seriously, is complete and total fuckery the reoccurring theme on this blog today?

The Mistress of Miami can now add author to her resume, which already includes recording artists and habitual shoplifter. Only in America!

I can picture it now, Jacki-O hanging in my child’s school library on one of those read posters a couple years from now. Khia, step your advice column game up.

Scheduled to hit stores on February 15, the project will be the first release from C-Murder’s recently launched TRU Publishing. The book tells the story of six friends, Monique, Tatiana, Inch, Malcolm, Quentin and Iz, who support each other through trying times on the streets and in their personal lives. Grown & Gangsta is currently available for pre-order through and [source]

Excerpt and throwback flick from the C+D vault under the cut.

“The pop pop pop of the paparazzi’s cameras lit up the night like diamonds made of light. Each flash was like a bling. Many celebrities, athletes and popular rappers had come out to P-Nice’s Hampton mansion. P-Nice owned the hottest rap label in the game, Street Life Records, as well as the trendy clothing label Pierre Wear. To be invited to his Fourth of July party meant you were somebody in the industry or in the streets. Monique was of the former. She was the A & R rep. from the up and coming Harlem World Records and had been responsible for the signing of one of the best new singers in the game, Joi Black, and a rapper out of Jersey named Lucky Malone. Monique wasn’t a heavy weight by a long shot, neither was she raking in the dough, but her name was ringing bells and with the contacts she was making, she had her eyes on her own label.”

FROM THE C+D VAULT: This Post Has Been Brought To You By Summer’s Eve 03.29.06

Wanna Be Starting Somethin’

January 31, 2008

Wanna Be Starting Somethin’

Is Frankie going to have to remove her dentures and grab the vaseline for these broads?

Danity Kane recently spoke to Hot 97’s Miss Jones about KeyLoLo’s singing ability [or lack thereof] and the singer dissing the girls on several different occasions in the past.

Diddy may want to hire extra security for his little songbirds. Frankie, Neffe, and this momofucka are not only locked and loaded but probably very familiar with the penale system. I’m sure it would be nothing for them to catch a case over bodying one of those broads.

[Audio via A Hot Mess]

Heaven I Need A Hug

January 23, 2008
Heaven I Need A Hug

Could you see yourself watching a nationally televised debate on a talk show [*] featuring these two?

Well, as T.D. Jakes would say, get ready [x12]!

*About something besides strippers, weed, X pills, and hennessey. Yeah, I really thought this shit through.

Rappers Kaine and D-Roc of Atlanta based duo the Ying Yang Twins are scheduled to appear on an upcoming episode of the Dr. Phil talk show to debate a recent campaign to put an end to saggy jeans. The pair have been invited onto the show to discuss the issue alongside the founders of the Dallas based Hip-Hop Government organization, Rev. Al Sharpton and Dallas Deputy Pro Tem Mayor Dwaine Caraway. Jay Scroggins, Damon Wofford, and Chris Williams launched Hip-Hop Government in 2005 as a way to get young people within the Hip-Hop culture involved in the political process.

In October of 2007, the group launched its “Pull ‘Em Up” campaign against the fashion trend of sagging jeans and exposed boxer shorts. The men believe that the trend is often misinterpreted by people outside of the culture and used to stereotype young people, ultimately hurting their chances of securing employment. Hip-Hop Government eventually erected 17 billboards across the city publicizing the campaign.

While their project seems well intentioned, the “Pull ‘Em Up” campaign and similar pushes in other cities have stirred up much controversy. Opponents have called the measures an affront to free speech and another excuse for authorities to racially profile minority youth. “We are excited for the opportunity to address issues that concern our culture,” Williams said of the appearance on Dr. Phil. “Too often, when members of the hip hop community are in the media, it’s for something negative. It feels good to know that we are being invited because we are recognized for our positive contributions to the community.” According to the Ying Yang Twins’ Myspace page, the episode will air on January 28. [source]

You Sent It! // Up In The Club

January 14, 2008

You Sent It! // Up In The Club

So, Buckeey and Bootz of Flavor of Love was up in the club in Columbus, OH drunk as hell! Buckeey actually fell down the steps, and the DJ said “Nobody take a picture of Buckeey, she just fell down the stairs”! Of course, the cameras started flashing. They had the nerve to ask people not tot take pics of them, because they brought their own photographer…how cheap is that! Cheap as their weave and makeup, as you will see in the pics! It looks like Bootz has on 3 pair of Spanx! Love your blog! Enjoy!

[Thanks Donna // Flicks via]