Hip-Hop


Yes, Jimmy from Degrassi: The Next Generation makes my panties moist. I aint ashamed.

This Canadian import’s smile blows me away. Most important,  he is slightly corny–which I love. I am so over this “I got shot nine times in the mouth, I sold drugs out my grandmother’s car, I have 17 kids from 17 different women and I served 25 years to life for murdering some man who cut me line at Target.

The hyper-masculine thug has got to go!

What I find interesting is that when I posted my love for Drake on Facebook, I got HATED on. Told that he is ugly, that I am too cute for him and that I have low standards!

Listen up: I don’t care if he looks kinda of retarded, or if his hairline is REALLY low or if he somewhat resembles a caveman, homo-habitus, whatever. This young man  is super talented and can make my p***y whistle WHENEVER HE WANTS.

Oh and you cougars out there, Drake, 23,  told Vibe he loves older women. (Which means I possibly have a chance. )

FYI: I have forgiven him for that shitty “Best I Ever Had” video and his kiss with Rihanna. (Kanye, who directed the video was clearly off his meds. I also suspect he suffers from the same disease that Beyonce’s father does–wanting to sabatoge other’s careers who stand in his way.  No comment on Rihanna–I don’t want to get attacked by her stans who continue to fight for the right to have no talent and be successful in the music game. )

Below is his newest joint with Timberland, “Say Something”… Peep when he licks his lips…damn…

Drake, I have plenty to say, but I don’t want my another lecture from my mother for being crass on the blog.

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I mean I know that ever since XXL came to be, The Source has become as relevant as Jet, so it would make sense that they would want to sell issues by any means necessary, but isn’t this just a bit harsh?

Do we really need another violent media image of black men? Aren’t O.J and Clarence Thomas offensive enough?

Because the weather is about to break and we are going to be wearing less, some men believe that commenting on your “ass in them shorts” is not only appropriate, but a compliment that we should be grateful for. And God forbid you ignore them and keep it moving. I have never been called a bitch so many times in my life until I moved to Brooklyn.

This is what Photoshopping was really meant for! Only someone truly crazy genius would come up with something so ridiculous. All that’s missing in this picture is a damn bluetooth.

(Thanks Marvelyn!)

I am not one to agree with Spike Lee–we all know he has issues with black women. What black woman’s role in any of this movies hasn’t been problematic? I’ll give you moment to think about it. (The little girl in Crooklyn doesn’t count, she’s a child AND Betty Shabaz from Malcolm X doesn’t count because she is not a fictional character) Couldn’t think of one, that’s what I thought.

Well in an interview with New York Magazine about his 1989 Oscar-nominated masterpiece Do The Right Thing, Lee spit some serious knowledge on slave mentality black folks and their undying love for the Bubba and Co. I am happy to say that I can finally co-sign on something that he has said:

The Clintons, man, they would lie on a stack of Bibles. Snipers? That’s not misspeaking; that’s some pure bullshit. I voted for Clinton twice, but that’s over with. These old black politicians say, ‘Ooh, Massuh Clinton was good to us, massuh hired a lot of us, massuh was good!’ Hoo! Charlie Rangel, David Dinkins—they have to understand this is a new day. People ain’t feelin’ that stuff. It’s like a tide, and the people who get in the way are just gonna get swept out into the ocean.

He does have a point. Don’t love Hillary because you think we owe her husband something, love her because you’re into ball busting bitches into her policies and her vision for this country. Her husband has done nothing but allow for men to continue to believe that getting head is not really cheating.

FYI Black people over the age of 60: It’s okay to publically disagree with white people or support Barack Obama. You will not get fired or lose your house to a mysterious fire. We are free now–sort of.

Now I want to be clear that I am a feminist. I am fully aware of how lyrics like “Whoop that trick” along with images of half-naked women gyrating on cars while having money thrown on them, has on our culture–low self-esteem, riskier sex among youth, the growing difficulty to get a man to take you on a date that does not require some form of sex at the end of the night, etc.

I also do not condone or understand why women, especially women of color have to be demeaned in order for white record execs and the owners of BET, MTV and VH1 to make billions.

  1. With all of that being said, I AM IN LOVE WITH LIL’ WAYNE! I cannot help it and here are five reason why:
  2. It takes a real man to admit that he is addicted to cough syrup.

People think he’s gay–We all know I love a black gay man, especialy since I often think I am one.

He ain’t afraid of working hard. There is a reason why GQ named him the “Man of The Year” for being a workaholic. This negro was on every remix that came out last year.

He is ugly sexy and that is the best kind.

That “Lollipop” song is hot! He can make it juicy for me anytime.

(All of these reasons trump the fact that he slept with Trina and Superhead along with the tats on his face, We all have our lapses in judgement)

Speaking of Lollipop, here is the video. Notice that the women have on more clothes than usual: