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Ew: Over-The-Top And Awkward Sex Scenes From Films That We Could Have Done Without

October 15th, 2013 - By Clarke Gail Baines
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Movie sex scenes can be memorable for more than just being hot. Sometimes they can stay on your mind because they were so over the top and at times disturbing that you couldn’t wait for it to be over. Some of the movies on this list are like that, and others were just so awkward that they weren’t really even believable. Here are a few scenes from a few popular movies that we could have done without. And just so you know, the links to the clips are included in case you haven’t seen them.

Monster's Ball

Monster’s Ball

Talk about THE most. I understood the importance of the sex scene between Billy Bob Thornton and Halle Berry. It was a vulnerable moment for her character post the accidental death of her son, and the moment where Thornton’s character realized he wanted something more from her. However, after more than four minutes of a variety of sex positions between the actors, the scene just went on way too long and became a bit hard to watch. They definitely went over the top with this one.

Mama’s Baby: Are You Asking Your Son To Take The Place Of His Absent Father?

July 3rd, 2013 - By Toya Sharee
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It was probably a harmless Facebook status update, but every parent knows you have to be careful what you say to and around children. A friend posted a pic the other day of her “two husbands” who were in fact her boyfriend and young son. It hit a nerve. Children internalize, remember and repeat everything they hear and it’s confusing for a young boy to feel like he has to fill his father’s shoes.

Unfortunately many of today’s young men are being raised by single mothers.  Life can be challenging with few male role models, especially when a young boy is being pressured to fulfill the responsibilities of a grown man.  Many women feel like they are building their sons’ self-esteem by giving them the role of “man of the house” but in fact what they are doing is placing a child in the conflicting position of thinking like a child, but having the responsibilities of a man. Children should only to be expected to act like children, and more than that they deserve to.

It’s one thing for a mother to playfully refer to her son as her “little man,” but we all know there are some women who take it to a whole ‘notha level and become dangerously dependent on their young sons to hold down the household and provide them with the companionship that in all actuality a man would give his girlfriend or wife.  I’m not talking anything remotely sexual, for all those who are about to take it there. But how many times have you seen a single woman use her son as her personal therapist that allows her to vent all of her frustrations with relationships?  How many times have you seen a boy blamed for the sins of his father unfairly as his mother accuses him of being “just like his trifling daddy?”   It’s one thing to cooperate as a family and look out for another, but if you are a single mother, you should assume the position as parent and head of the household and treat your sons as the children they are.

If you haven’t seen the movie Baby Boy by now, stay on the BET channel long enough where it’s bound to air. In the movie, Tyrese plays Jody, an immature young man who learns some hard lessons transitioning from being “mommy’s little man” to his own man. His mother Juanita does a decent job of maintaining boundaries and encouraging her son to be independent, but the movie serves as a reminder of the conflicting messages young men receive their whole lives to be protectors and providers while they struggle through the growing pains of being a young man.  Baby Boy also shows how fragile the relationship between a young man and his mother can be.

As protective as sons can be of their mothers, no young boy should be forced to be the man who is repeatedly wiping his mother’s tears away after yet another failed relationship. He also shouldn’t have to be the one fighting grown men who’ve been prematurely introduced into the home (a home that boy was probably led to believe he was the head of) when his mother regularly makes faulty relationship choices.  I’m not saying a young man shouldn’t defend his mother’s honor, but mom also has to take some responsibility in holding her own as well which means keeping grown folks’ business as just that, not having your child witness you losing your mind over a man and then telling him to stay in a child’s place when he runs to your defense.

Congratulations! Amar’e Stoudemire And Alexis Welch Welcome Baby Numero 4

May 23rd, 2013 - By Brande Victorian
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Source: WENN

Source: WENN

We’re a little late on this news, but yesterday afternoon New York Knicks player Amar’e Stoudemire and his wife Alexis Welch welcomed their fourth child into the world. The basketball player shared the news on Twitter around 3:45 pm May 22, saying:

The couple, who has been together since 2002 (with a few breakups and new lovers — like Ciara — in between) already had three children together — daughters Assata and Are, and son Amare — with their new baby boy making their fourth. The pair just wed in a private ceremony on the rooftop of the baller’s apartment on 12/12/12 after becoming engaged in Paris in June of last year. Since then, we’ve seen the 30-year-old and his lady gushing about their expectant child on red carpets, in the classic pre- birth, stomach groping pose.

Congrats to the lovely parents on having a healthy baby boy!

Beyoncé “As Mrs. Carter” Releases New H&M Commercial With New Song, “Standing In The Sun”

April 25th, 2013 - By Clarke Gail Baines
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After debuting her full song, “Grown Woman,” to the world this week while performing in Paris for the Mrs. Carter World Tour, it’s clear Beyoncé and her team have some more tricks up their sleeves, as her new promo “commercial” for H&M has been released right after. Introduced as “Beyoncé as Mrs. Carter in H&M,” it comes off more like a music video than anything to be honest, especially with all the elaborate dance sequences and the luau-ish scene at the end. But alas, it’s fab nonetheless.

Sporting both her regular blonde locks, but also sporting a black wig just to mix things up for a change, the singer winded and played in the sand rocking some hot looks from her collaboration with the retailer, including swimsuits, and body-con dresses. And of course, she debuts a new song from her upcoming album (which we still haven’t heard about a release date for) called “Standing in the Sun.” It’s definitely a nice jam for summer from what we can tell, well, so far, but what we know for sure is that she’s definitely selling those clothes!

Check out the campaign ad, which comes off as a fancier 2013 version of the “Baby Boy” video below and let us know what you think?

‘Reunited And It Feels So Good': 10 On-Screen Couples We Want To See Again

April 18th, 2013 - By Lauren R.D. Fox
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From HelloBeautiful

Reunited and it feels so good!

One of our favorite on-screen couples from the ’90s have found themselves back in each other’s arms. Well, almost.

Clueless stars Stacey Dash and Donald Faison — better known as dysfunctional couple Dionne and Murray — will be starring side-by-side again on an episode of the TV Land comedy, “The Exes.”

According to reports, Dash will play Dana, a recommitted virgin who is currently dating Faison’s character, Phil.

The episode is slated to air in July, but until then, lets take a look at 10 other couples from television and the big screen that we’d love to see work together again.


Gangsta Bey: The Most H-Town Hood Songs From The One They Call King Bey

March 21st, 2013 - By Kelly Franklin
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Beyonce, mega star of the world, has never forgotten her roots…or has she? Is referencing dookie braids in her latest “Bow Down” single hood enough to prove it? Actually, we don’t even have to do that because if you’re a real Bey Stan, you know she’s been a lil hood for a minute — or four albums — now.  Oh you forgot about that? Let us refresh your memory.

‘Cuz Everybody Loves A Bit Of Ratchetness From Time To Time: 15 Of Our Fave Hood Classic Movies

December 21st, 2012 - By Meg Butler
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When it’s time to spend some time at home with friends and fam, these are the movies you play over and over again until you know half the words. We have 15 of our favorite hood classics here. If we missed your favorite, let us know in the comments section.

Wook At The Wittle Baby! Beverly Johnson’s Daughter Welcomes A Son

November 15th, 2012 - By Brande Victorian
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It is officially baby season out in Hollywood. Plus-size model Anansa Sims, the daughter of iconic black model Beverly Johnson, just became a new mommy all over again after giving birth to a baby boy on Election day. Anansa and her hubby, former NFL player David Patterson, welcomed their second child, David Bernard Patterson III, on Tuesday, November 6, according to her rep.

David entered the world at 8 lbs and 13 oz and measured 21 inches long, which would be expected considering the height of his parents. Anansa and her husband jumped the broom in 2010 and wasted no time popping out the babies. With this little cutie’s birth, the couple’s 16-month-old daughter Ava Brielle became a big sister.

Beverly Johnson told People she’s ecstatic about the birth of her grandson, saying:

“[I’m] feeling so blessed! Being a grandparent is the best!!! I am so in love! Go straight to grandparenthood!”

Check out pics of the proud parents and their little man on the next few pages. Congratulations!

Rapper Tyga And His Girlfriend Blac Chyna Welcome A Baby Boy!

October 17th, 2012 - By Brande Victorian
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Twenty-two-year-old Compton rapper Tyga and his King of Diamonds-bred stripper girlfriend Blac Chyna welcomed a baby boy into the world yesterday. Little King Cairo Stevenson took the last name of his father who was born Michael Ray Nguyen-Stevenson, and weighed in at 7 lbs and 1 oz.

Both parents shared the news on Twitter, with Tyga saying:

Most Amazing feeling ever.#Blessed #2Kings @KingCairo

Blac Chyna expressed her excitement over becoming a new mommy, writing:

Welcome King Cairo Stevenson 7lbs 1 oz ……. #blessed !!!!

40 long weeks …. So happy words can’t explain !!!

RT @Tyga: Thank you God Always. Todays gonna be a good Day.

Hopefully little King has a place to go home to. Right now Tyga has a little legal matter on his hand, stemming from the fact that his landlord is suing him. Gholamreza Rezai claims the rapper isn’t paying his $16,000/month in rent but is continuing to live in the home. Tyga’s people claim the lawsuit is BS and that he just bought a $6.5 million 9,279-square-foot mansion in Calabasas. I’m trying to figure out where his money is coming from, but that’s a discussion for another day.

Here are a few more pics of little King, congratulations!

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Bet You Didn’t Know: Secrets Behind The Making of “Baby Boy”

September 5th, 2012 - By Veronica Wells
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Jody, Jody, Jody. Though he had some super triflin’ ways, we couldn’t completely rule him out. Perhaps because we saw how he shut ole girl down, though she was doing her best to seduce him. Or more likely, we liked him because he reminded us of a manchild we’ve known (or still know) in our own lives. Either way, watching Jody grow up throughout the course of the movie Baby Boy, was so real and so entertaining and the very talented cast, helped to bring this already relateable story to life. You know the plot, the outcome and those memorable characters; but we bet you don’t know the behind the scenes secrets of this hood classic.


Tupac was supposed to play the role of Jody

Though anyone can see why Tupac would have been great for this role, it’s still  a bit eery to think that he was supposed to portray Jody. The role was written specifically for him. But when he died in 1996, Singleton shelved the project. The role probably wouldn’t have been too much of a stretch for the rapper turned actor considering he vacillated between the sensitive, socially conscious poet to the thugged out gangster rapper. So the inclusion of Tupac’s face looming over Jody is no coincidence. In a review of the film, the New York Times pointed out just how powerful and symbolic that mural was: “His image, hovering behind Jody and Melvin, is a haunting reminder of what is at stake for Jody.”