featured image credit: rap-up.com Mr. Soulja Boy has been in the media for the past week. He seems to think that he had the biggest comeback of 2018 EVEN THOUGH, he did not release a song that charted. He criticized Tyga because everyone said that he had the biggest comeback with his "Taste" record. … Continue reading Does Soulja Boy Have A Point?
The TV show Blackish does not shy away from controversial and trending topics, for example Juneteenth, calling the police on black people, black people not knowing how to swim and recently, on last night's episode they addressed colorism. If you haven't had the chance to watch it, here's what happened: Diane, played by Marsai Martin, … Continue reading Black-ish Addressing Colorism
By now everyone has had time to see all 6 part of the R. Kelly Docuseries. I don’t even know where to start. I’ve been trying to figure out what angle I wanted to take on this Surviving R. Kelly. So much content, so much disgust, so much hurt, so much sadness, just so much … Continue reading #SurvivingRKelly Review
I can honestly say that 2018 was good to me. It’s helped me learn more about myself and it showed me that things don’t always go as planned, as cliché as this sounds. Now I KNOW that things don’t go according to plan but I’m a planner so sometimes the simplest thing that doesn’t go … Continue reading What 2018 Has Taught Me
As this year comes to an end, I’d like to bring up the fact that....there has been a lot of support in the black community, specifically with the women. I've seen sooooooooo many Black Women supporting each other in group pages. I was added in The Broke Black Girl group on Facebook earlier this year and … Continue reading 2018: The Year of Black Women Supporting Each Other