Thursday, July 30, 2009


My blog sister, Shecodes done messed me up with this video. See the miracle for yourself. I can't stop crying. I am done for the day.

Black & Proud of Foolishness by Pastor James Manning

Now, I ain't a fan or friend of Pastor James Manning of ATLAH Worldwide Ministries, but he does make some sense in this video. Before we point our fingers at white people there are three fingers pointing back at us. Selah.

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Sidebar: I AM HAPPY TO BE NAPPY. NOW TAKE THAT PASTOR MANNING. I am sure Conservative Black Woman will be sending her tithes and offering to Pastor Manning since he is speaking her lingo.

Thursday, July 23, 2009


Some of us learned this week that Prophetess Christina Glenn will be next Mrs. Bishop Thomas Weeks III. Well, Prophetess Christina seems to be a very strong woman. I hope Bishop Weeks can handle her. Check out the following video to see what I mean.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009


The Jackson Music Dynasty will continue. I love this group 3T,which includes Tito Jackson's three sons. My favorite 3T song is Anything.

Racism: A Black Fortune 500 Company

This is an example of what happens when a black person hates himself. If anyone thinks that racism is no longer causing inequities in education, entrepreneurship, and job promotion, then they are deceived. I really can't stand intra-racist Clarence Thomas individuals like Pastor James David Manning because they are in denial and continue to victimize the victim instead of confronting the perpetrator of the crime.

Thursday, July 16, 2009


From Global Grind:

On January 27th, 1984, on the set of a Pepsi commercial starring Michael Jackson, a premature pyrotechnic blast ignited the pop star’s hair, nearly killing him. Until now, the general public had only heard eyewitness accounts of the event, but had never actually seen any footage. Watching it now, you understand how serious it really was. (Source)

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

BET disrespects Michael Jackson's Memory, NOT ONCE, but TWICE!!

I came across this video on Gina's What About Our Daughters blog. It addresses the disrespect that BET showed Michael Jackson just three days after his death. BET had the opportunity to show the world that they are not coons or n&^%* and yet, they blew it.

We definitely have to do something about BET. I know. I know. I told Gina and Pastor Coates to leave Debra Lee alone. However, I now withdrawal any support for Deborah Lee. It is time to bust her azz. I know that we are the Davids and VIACOM is Goliath, but we all know what happened to Goliath in the end. Please read I Samuel 17 to find out how the story ends. Selah

Saturday, July 04, 2009


This is my favorite MJ video next to Thriller and Remember the Time. The dancing is amazing.

Thursday, July 02, 2009


When I first heard that BET has a new show chronicling the lives of Clifford’s baby momma and Lil Wayne’s ex-wife, let’s just say I was not a happy camper. I thought to myself, “Why do we need another show that glorifies the stereotypes of the day?” Does the black community really need another reality show that sets the Civil Rights Movement back another thousand years?

Since I am suffering from insomnia, I decided to go to and watch the first installment of what I believed would be another glorification of baby momma drama. Click here to watch Episode One. I could not have been more wrong. In fact, I was pleasantly surprised to learn that the show is more about self discovery and growth of two young women.

The main characters of the show come from two different worlds; yet, they end up at similar place in their existence. Tiny (a former member of Xscape) comes from a stable and supportive two parent household. Her father is a member of the group, The TAMS. Her mother is very loving and supportive.

On the other hand, Toya, who is the ex-wife of Lil Wayne, was raised by a drug addicted single mom. As a result of her mother’s addiction, she had to live in different households through childhood. To date, her mother is still on drugs.

Although these women come from two completely different backgrounds, both women end up at a place where they have to make a decision to either continue to sell their self worth and dignity for the bling or dig deep within themselves and pursue their own personal goals.

I strongly feel we should give this show a chance.

I apologize to Tiny, Toya and Debra Lee for expecting the same old coonery that BET normally perpetuates in its programming. This show is definitely a step in the right direction.

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