Being that I’m an 80’s baby, I was around for the start of reality TV, and have had the opportunity to watch it evolve over the years. I must admit, things have changed a lot since we first got the chance to step inside the homes of complete strangers, but one thing has managed to remain the same–these people make for great TV.
Sweet Jesus.New Yorkers, you guys really need to lighten up.
I don’t even know where to start with this awesome story. I mean, everything about it is brilliant! On Friday, Black Lives Matter activists invaded a hoity-toity restaurant in Manhattan, New York, and the result was amazing. Just click below.
Let’s give a hand clap for the state of New York. They’ve decided that enough is enough, and they want to make it clear that if you’ve committed an act of sexual assault, then there will be consequences for your actions…INCLUDING having it added to your transcript.
Brandy Norwood is making her Broadway debut next month as Roxie Hart in the classic Broadway musical Chicago. In case you’re unfamiliar, Chicago takes place in 1920’s Prohibition-era Chicago, with focus being on crime and what it means to be a “celebrity criminal.”
This week, during a private dinner featuring Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, Rudy Giuliani took it upon himself to put his foot in his mouth once again. This time, he wasn’t talking about how Eric Garner caused his own death. This time he was telling everyone how much President Obama hates America.
This hasn’t been a good two weeks for Kanye. He’s acted an ASS at the Grammy’s once again, and now, he’s put out a fashion line that almost nobody likes. Including me. Now normally, I’m a Kanye fan. I’m the first to run to his aide when he’s gotten a little out of control. Personally, I’ve always felt he was a misunderstood musical genius. But today, I surrender. There’s no way I can defend his constant assault on other artists, or his horrible attempt to step into the wonderful world of haute couture.