There’s nothing like a good comeback story. We live for them. When Michael Jordan came back wearing the 4-5, we celebrated-Justin Timberlake, Missy Elliott, Paula Abdul (for that brief moment in American Idol history), we just can’t get enough. America absolutely LIVES for a good comeback story. And who can blame us? There’s nothing like seeing a celeb who you thought was on their very last leg, come back doing the Heisman on those h*es.THAT my friends, is why this Rob Kardashian, Blac Chyna engagement is oh, so delightful. Well, that’s one of the reasons.
Ummmm…ew. I don’t know. I think it’s the title of this song that really pushes me over the edge. Let’s be honest, we already knew you were banging her before she turned 18. Y’all probably shot this video months ago, and were just waiting for the right time to drop it on us. Whatever the case may be, she’s legal now, and I guess I can’t really hate on your relationship. I have no reason to at this point. But I think maybe the decision to make this song was in poor taste? Like, I’m not sure if this video is just a big ass “Na na na boo” or what. I don’t know. What do you guys think? Click below to watch.
Hip hip hooray! Kylie Jenner is finally 18. This is the day that she and her “not boyfriend” Tyga have been waiting for. Last night, Kylie celebrated her 18th birthday with family and friends, and I’m sure that was a pretty big deal for her, but something tells me Tyga’s gift was the highlight of her night.
Y’all remember when people used to call Khloe “the ugly sister”, right? Well anyone who says that at this point in the game would be a bold face LIAR. Khloe just graced the cover of Complex Magazine, and did a super steamy spread. She also touched on a couple of sensitive topics that she typically avoids. Check out the deets below!
I like the internet. Nothing keeps me entertained like the interwebs on any given day. From hot topics, to celebrity gossip, and just downright foolery, you are guaranteed to get whatever it is that you’re looking for on the internet daily. But one thing I’ve noticed about social media is that it can get reeeallly superficial. And essentially, I’d be willing to bet that it’s kinda ruining our psyche.
If you aren’t familiar with “Black Twitter”, you’re missing out. There’s really nowhere else on the Internet where you can find such a dynamic group of young (and not so young) Black folk, sharing thoughts on everything from police brutality and politics to what it means to “grow up Black.” So it was really no surprise when we attracted the (unwanted) attention of the LA Times. Recently, Managing Editor S. Mitra Kalita hired a Black writer by the name of Dexter Thomas to “cover” the “Black Twitter beat.” And the result was as disastrous as we (Black Twitter) had expected.
It’s always refreshing to know that celebrities aren’t all superficial and self important. Amandla Stenberg, who is probably best known for her role as “Rue” on The Hunger Games, is getting a lot of attention lately for something other than her acting roles.