Did Ya’ll See? “Fruitvale” Got Robbed And Where’s The Blood And Sweat On “Blood, Sweat And Heels”

January 19, 2014  |  

“Did Y’all See?” is a new MadameNoire video series featuring commentary from MN’s editors on the biggest news of the week, including all the drama that goes down on the hottest shows on television. 

When it comes to Bravo’s new series “Blood, Sweat and Heels” we have to say we’re thrilled there’s a new reality show on television that doesn’t involve black women throwing drinks at one another and bickering. And the fact that most of the ladies on the show work in media is another bonus. But, are we ever going to actually see these ladies on the grind, or are we going to be stuck watching more discussions that, as Demetria Lucas summed it up, are a “piss poor display of womanhood” and watching (some of) these ladies try to get and keep a man?

And while we’re on that subject, what the heck was up with Daisy on that date with ol’ boy in the tux? We can’t believe she stayed for that disrespectful date, let alone paid for the meal! In this episode of “Did Y’all See?” we weigh in on Daisy’s men issues and discuss the Oscar nominations and whether “12 Years a Slave” should’ve outshined “Fruitvale Station” and “Lee Daniels’ The Butler.” Watch and discuss!

Watch episode 1 of “SWV Reunited” here.




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  • valerie8stx

    I disagree about Daisy. It wasn’t like she was just 10 or 15 mins late. She was so “late” that she was unable to attend the event they were supposed to go to prior to the dinner. Then when she gets there, she’s acting as though he should just be happy that she finally came. And then she proceeds to talk ish about the person who introduced them which he presumably has more loyalty to than her.

    I thought he was right to tell her she was selfish + self-centered, and the very least she could have done was pay the bill.

  • Melody Carroll