Episode 7 of Entertainment Talk is up on YouTube.
In this week’s episode, I talked about
The 17 year deathversary of Aaliyah
Living Single celebrating 25 years
Martin celebrating 26 years
A crazy fan at the On The Run 2 concert AND
Kanan dying on Power.
So much good talk, make sure you tune into the video below and SUBSCRIBE to my channel, thumbs up my video, comment, share it and most importantly SUPPORT.
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Episode 6 of Entertainment Talk is up on YouTube! In this episode, I talked about Nicki Minaj going on a Twitter rant, attempting bust Travis Scott bubble on his album Astroworld NOT being number 1 on charts (which is being reported) and saying that her Queen album is actually number. She’s been super chatty lately and coming across as a hater. I dived into that topic a little deeper. I also talked about Aretha Frankin passing away and her legacy. Kanye and Lil Wayne attended 2 Chainz wedding but you gotta see what they had on lol. Lastly, the VMAs; it seems like some slight shade was thrown BUT you gotta check out my video to see what I’m talking about!!
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I finally posted a new episode of Entertainment Talk on my YouTube channel so make sure y’all check it out!
I loaded two episodes because I only have a 15 min limit on videos due to the type of account I have with YouTube.
In Episode 5 part 1, I talked about all these reality show fights and if you feel like they are overrated. I specifically talked about Love & HipHop, Black Ink Crew and Teen Mom 2 having fights on their show last week. Make sure y’all check out my post I made about that –> Are We Tired of Reality Show Fights? I also talked about the last episode of Power and whether or not y’all think Teresi will live up to his word with the feds and rat out Tommy? Will Kanan prove that he is not loyal AGAIN? Was Terry wrong for walking out on Tasha when he was supposed to help her out by lying to the feds? I talked about all that! Check that out below!
In Episode part 2, I talked about Nicki Minaj’s interview with Funk Flex and how she kind of put Safaree on blast. She’s been coming across really aggressive lately. Do y’all think she is coming across as being a bitter Betty? Comment on my blog and let me know. Also I discussed Teyana Taylor dropping out of her tour with Jeremih over some mistreatment she received by him. She decided to start her own tour titled the K.T.S.E Tour, the same as her album title. Check it out below!
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So reality shows are my weakness, my guilty pleasure. Shows like Love and Hip Hop, Basketball Wives, Black Ink Crew, Growing up Hip Hop, Real Housewives of Atlanta, ALL THAT!
BUT I’m getting tired of all the fights. It was entertaining at first but now it’s so common that it seems staged. For instance:
Love & Hip Hop Hollywood has thee MOST fights. Recently, Lyrica and A1’s mothers got into a fight over some adultery possibly for Lyrica supposedly flirting or wanting to have sex with Safaree. So the two older women threw shit at each other and just causing an unnecessary scene. Then A1 and Safaree had argument about the situation…with a damn Honda Accord in between them..STAGED!
Then there’s Black Ink Crew, specifically Chicago since that’s the one that’s being aired right now. The crew is separated by 9 Mag and Loyal Ink. Tattoo artist Lily is with Loyal Ink and her ex Junior is with the owner, under 9 Mag. The whole crew went down to Jamaica, supposedly not knowing that the other squad was going to be there and there was a fight. The girl Lily ran up on Junior’s girlfriend Adriana, because Junior who was drunk and kinda disrespecting the Loyal Ink name (so she got the next best thing). Then a new tattoo artist names Reese decided to run with Lily to fight Junior and/or his girlfriend (It’s still unclear.) The girl Reese said that Junior hit her in the face and then that was an issue, next thing you know, Junior is fighting producers and even accidentally hit Ryan in the face. By the end of it all, Junior and his girlfriend were sent home. What could have avoided this is, Lily being the fire cracker that she is, shouldn’t have pursued Junior or paid him any mind. Junior shouldn’t have gotten too drunk and honestly, if he was left alone then the fight would have never happened. I HATE how these reality shows take they ass to a different country or vacay in another city and they decide to fight. But the real question is: who’s in charge of this shit? Are the producers provoking the cast to fight? Are they bribing the cast by telling them if they fight, they get more money.
Lastly, Teen Mom 2. Fighting on reunion shows! Teen Mom Briana started dating her co-worker/fellow Teen Mom Kailyn (Kail) ex-husband Javi. That’s messy by itself. So there were words and shade exchanged before the reunion. Kail was talking her shit, as she should because her “coworker” is dating her ex-husband. Then it gets messy when Javi and Briana breaks up and he slightly talks about it Kail’s podcast. Briana decides to go on a Twitter rant and say some disrespectful things about Kail and her one of her son’s father. Kail being the savage that she is, decides that she wants to have a face-to-face conversation with Briana at the reunion before they actually go on stage. The conversation was brief because Briana really wasn’t trying to address or admit to what she said. Conversation ended, then it’s time to go on stage and all of a sudden Briana gets some balls and decides to come at Kail, yelling and screaming. It, again, seemed staged because she had the opportunity to talk to Kail behind closed doors BUT she wanted to put on a show in front of an audience. In this case, I believe that Briana wanted to prove a point that she wasn’t a punk, OR she coulda just wanted to put on a show for the crowd OR lastly she coulda just snapped. Her sister Brittany who appears on the show, even told her she shouldn’t have gon wild like that because it’s making her look like the aggressor.
Okay, I understand reality TV has transpired into non-reality and more staged and scripted but damn can they do less scripted fighting? Reality TV has given off the perception that it’s all about fighting and it doesn’t help that a lot of them are Black women. YES, I know there are shows like RHO New Jersey, and The Real World that have white women fighting as well. Overall, Black, White, Asian, Mexican, Saudi Arabian, whoever needs to stop the stereotypical fighting on TV. Yes it gets the show ratings, yes it’s entertaining, yes it may get the show renewed for another season and that’s more money BUT is that what they’re values are based upon? More picking fights = more money? I meannnnn unless they’re getting paid $1 millon per episode per fight then DO YOU BOO; But if that’s not the case, then they need to reevaluate some things.
Honestly, I think everyone as a whole need to cut their scripted reality TV intake, including myself.
Make sure you check out my YouTube Channel, Episode 5 part 1 of me discussing these fights and how overrated they are.
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Over the weekend I seen this movie and did NOT know that it was based on a true story. I really thought it was just another great movie that Jordan Peele wrote and Spike Lee so happenedly directed BUT that was partially the case. The man character Ron Stallsworth, is played by John David Washington, which is Denzel Washington’s SON. Ron is a rookie at the Colorado Springs police department and is placed on special assignment when he persuaded the chief that the KKK needed to be investigated. He infiltrated the Klan by calling them (got the number from local newspaper, stupid right?) Since there wasn’t caller ID back then, Ron didn’t have to call private. He literally put on his “white voice” and got in.
Ron used his “white voice” over the phone and had his white coworker actually go meet up with the klan and eventually join. There’s always one skeptical person and that was one of the Klansmen. He tried to intimidate the “white Ron Stallsworth” but it didn’t work.
The real Ron Stallsworth befriended a woman by the name of Patrice, from the Black Student Union at a local college and she was pro Black and down with the Black Power Movement. The police department tried to compare her and the student union to the “dangerous” Black Panther Movement but they weren’t like that BUT even if they were, they would be fighting or equality and respect.
Any who, the Klan was working on an attack towards the black student union, specifically Patrice because she was very vocal on the racism she faced, specifically from the Colorado Police Department, an officer that Ron was familiar with.
Ron had spoken to the David Duke over the phone on multiple occasions. David Duke was the head of the Klan at the time and so happened to be a politician. He was granted the opportunity to meet him in person, as himself, as his security for the initiation of the white version of him being inducted into the Klu Klux Klan. Along with the initiation going on, that same day was the day that the KKK had planned to attack Patrice and the Student Union. Ron stopped the attacked and it ended up back firing on the people involved because they were the ones who ended up dying.
While investigating the KKK, There weren’t any cross burnings happening in that chapter, nor any hangings or other causes of death. Ron also helped the FBI identify missing weapons (that were used in the attempted attack) that were stolen by military members who were actually in the KKK as well. They were arrested.
What was educational about the movie?
- The fact that it was a true story and the fact that you wouldn’t be able to do this now as easy due to technology.
- The fact that they really thought that black people only talked a certain way. The klan said that black people say things like “shucking and jiving” AND EVEN MORE FUNNY, instead of saying “Are you going to the store to get some chicken” we say “Ar-uh”, like we really can’t say the word “are”. So judgmental, but are we surprised…nah.
Why was this funny?
- This was funny because the Klan and any other racist people don’t give Black People enough credit for being just as smart and even smarter than them.
- The Klan got GOT. Now’s who’s the dumb one.
- Also, the fact the David Duke didn’t know he was talking to a black man over the phone and he was sooooo comfortable with the real Ron. Btw, David Duke was played by Topher Grace, who played Eric Forman on That 70’s Show.
Why was the infiltration successful?
- Ron saved lives
- Ron prevented SOME cross burnings
- He got a lot of intel
Why was the movie successful?
Well, it brought in $10.8 Million opening weekend!
I really enjoyed this movie. It was informative, entertaining, kind of angering because of the language used, but overall it was a good movie.
What did you all think of the movie?
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