Archive for the ‘STFU’ Category

Ladies, You Know You Want This

December 5, 2007

Quick Quotes


Crunksters of Cleveland you know you want Damon Jones. Or at least he thinks you do.

“Not only am I the most attractive player in Cleveland, I am the most attractive player in the NBA. If I decide to go out to dinner or a club after a game, you’ll never see Damon Jones running behind any women. I don’t have to. Women choose. If a woman is interested in Damon Jones, she’s going to have to pursue me or we will never meet. I don’t have to pursue any woman. I have what every woman wants. I’m attractive, I’m charismatic, I’m rich. I’m every woman’s dream.”

[Quote via Real Gossip 101]
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November 1, 2007

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Another day, another Ronnie Hoe Quote:

Don’t mess with Karrine “Superhead” Steffans. The former girlfriend of television pundit Bill Maher spits fire at her ex in next month’s Vibe. She says, “Bill wants someone he can put down in an argument, tell you how ghetto you are, how big your butt is, and that you’re an idiot. That’s why you never see him with a white girl or an intellectual. I might as well have been a Muslim woman with my head wrapped, walking 10 paces behind my man. [1] [But] I couldn’t be ‘Bill Maher’s girlfriend’ any more – not when I’m Karrine Steffans . . . best-selling author.” (source)

Survey saaaaays: hoe sit down.

[1] Hey, that seems to work just fine for Beyaki and Jay, thank you.

Oh Really?

September 24, 2007

Oh Really?

Other than checking my email I don’t mess with the internet on the weekend. The main two reasons being I have people in my life I would like to spend time with and to be surprised when I log back on Monday morning to see what celebrity said/or did some dumb shit. Today is no different.

The little pink toe winner, Adrianne Curry, from the first cycle of ‘America’s Next Top Model’ is boycotting Black History Month and BET. Here’s a snippet from her blog:

This is gonna be hard guys. I LOVE the comedians on BET. I also LOVE the fact that they play my favorite show of all time, In Living Color. However, I do not believe in seperating ANY RACE in America. WE ARE AMERICANS! How dare we have Black History Month! In my eyes, the Native Americans deserve it MUCH more, seeing how we destroyed their ENTIRE SOCIETY. There are hardly any of them left! They also have been proven to have the WORST living conditions on their reservations. I want AN AMERICAN HISTORY MONTH. One where we learn about EVERY race, ALL OF OUR LEADERS, EVERYONE! I think by having a month dedicated to one race, and not one for any other, is RACIST. Every fund set up to only help people of one race is SICK and RACIST.

Yes, I get it. Black people were slaves here once. You know what? That does suck some major balls, however, it is time to move the fuck on. Do we hear the Jews crying that they were made slaves for thousands of years? Do we hear them whine that they should OWN the pyramids in Egypt because THEY broke their backs making them? Do we hear them bitch and moan about Hitler, etc? (my hubby is a Jew)Nope, we dont. It’s time for us to UNITE AS ONE. I do not think that singling out one race, giving one race opportunities to go to college (I know a TON of poor white.asian, indian, american indian, etc etc that could use that too!), giving one race the EXCUSE to blame things on others for being whatever nationality they are, is a good way at making sure we NEVER kill racism.

I am over this shit. WE ALL CAME FROM ONE BLACK WOMAN FROM AFRICA, THAT is our EVE! It has been proven by science, and I stand by it. If any other race had a chanel dedicated to just them, we would think it was racist. If any other race demanded a month be set aside for ONLY them, they would be considered racist. I am NOT living by this double standard any longer.

Peter Brady, get your broad.

Thanks For Clearing That Up

September 18, 2007

Thanks For Clearing That Up

Ladies and gentlemen, the most backward shit ever:

To New York Knicks coach Isiah Thomas, hearing a white man refer to a black woman using a certain vulgar term would be “highly offensive. But he said he wouldn’t be so offended if he heard a black man use the same term to refer to a black woman.

“I do make a distinction,” Thomas said in a videotaped deposition played for a jury Monday in his sexual harassment trial.

…Asked if he was bothered by a black man calling a black female “bitch,” Thomas said: “Not as much. I’m sorry to say, I do make a distinction.”

“A white male calling a black female a bitch is highly offensive,” Thomas said. “That would have violated my code of conduct.”

“Maybe I shouldn’t go there. … A white male calling a black female, that is wrong with me. I’m not taking that. I’m not accepting that … That’s a problem for me.”

Be careful not to tell Najee Ali about this one.

‘Cause Receiving A Moon Man Is The Pinnacle of An Artist’s Career

September 10, 2007
‘Cause Receiving A Moon Man Is The Pinnacle of An Artist’s Career

Kanye needs to change his pantyliner. The rapper/producer threw a temper tantrum Sunday night in front of media and crew backstage as the MTV show was ending. While waiting for an elevator in a crowded hallway, West began yelling about losing all five categories for which he was nominated.

“That’s two years in a row, man … give a black man a chance,” West said, stomping around his entourage and directing his comments at a reporter. “I’m trying hard man, I have the … number one record, man.”

West said he never will return to MTV.

Former Miami Heat Player Makes Anti-Gay Comments

February 15, 2007

Former Miami Heat Player Makes Anti-Gay Comments

One week after retired NBA player John Amaechi publically identified himself as gay, retired Heat guard Tim Hardaway said on a Miami radio show that he would not want to play with a gay man.

“You know, I hate gay people, so I let it be known,” Hardaway said Wednesday, according to a transcript on the Miami Herald Web site. “I don’t like gay people and I don’t like to be around gay people. I am homophobic. I don’t like it. It shouldn’t be in the world or in the United States.”

Hardaway was a guest on the show and was asked at the end of the interview how he would handle having a gay teammate.

”First of all, I wouldn’t want him on my team,” Hardaway answered. “And second of all, if he was on my team, I would really distance myself from him because I don’t think that is right. I don’t think he should be in the locker room while we are in the locker room. But stuff like that is going on and there’s a lot of other people I hear that are like that and still in the closet and don’t want to come out of the closet, but you know I just leave that alone.”

”Something has to give,” he said. “And I think the majority of players would ask for him to be traded or they would want to be traded…If you have 12 other ballplayers in your locker room that are upset and can’t concentrate and always worried about him in the locker room or on the court it’s going to be hard for your teammates to win and accept him as a teammate.”

He later apologized for the remarks during a telephone interview with FOX affiliate WSVN in Miami.

“Yes, I regret it. I’m sorry. I shouldn’t have said I hate gay people or anything like that,” he said. “That was my mistake.” (source)

Whatever. The only reason why he is sorry is because he is getting tons of negative press for this, which in my opinion he should be. I used to think that he was an okay dude until this ignorant mess came spewing out of his mouth. The NBA have removed Tim Hardaway from all league related appearances.