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Kenya Moore is back on her high horse again with a mouthful of self-righteous commentary related to her “historic” Miss USA win in 1993. After going on and on for three paragraphs on her Bravo blog about why Porsha questioning her admiration for Vanessa Williams “is ignorant, irresponsible, and indicative of the lack of respect for my convictions, beliefs, and my own legacy as the second Black woman to be crowned Miss USA,” and how “My crowning is a part of history and is a part of my legacy — that can never be taken away from me as much as the haters try to hate,” it’s interesting that Kenya still never took the time to acknowledge the first black Miss USA.
If you watched the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” reunion Sunday night — or bothered to look up this fact on Wikipedia — you’d know Carole Gist was the first African American woman to win the title of Miss USA. Porsha busted out this little tidbit during part 1′s reunion and even mentioned Carole is from Detroit — like Kenya — making Miss Gone With the Wind Fabulous’s lack of acknowledgement all the more odd. Sidestepping the issue once again, as she did when these facts were brought out Sunday, Kenya simply wrote:
“When Miss Williams was crowned Miss America in 1983, she opened the door for Black women around the world to achieve immeasurable dreams the same way Hattie McDaniel did as the first Black woman to ever win an Academy Award. Although there have been others to achieve the pinnacle of achievement and honors in pageantry and in entertainment, the first from an overall platform or genre will always be the individual who made it possible for ALL others to come after…
“With that said, whom I admire and respect and hold in high esteem and for what reason is my exclusive right. I chose not to and won’t respond to ignorance and stupidity and to someone who is merely relevant for arguing and picking childish fights with me the entire season and has no accomplishments of their own.”
Sorry, still sounds a little suspect to me. How do you have more respect for someone in a different pageant from you altogether than a woman right from your own hometown who broke down the black ceiling specifically for you. Could she be mad she didn’t get that title first just three years prior?
Regardless of whatever covert shadiness is going on there, Kenya did take the time to right another wrong — you know telling Phaedra she’d be picking up her teeth off the floor, pregnant and all. Kenya apologized for her comment during the reunion, writing:
“I hate liars. We all saw Phaedra lie last season about the timing of her pregnancy, lie to Cynthia, etc. She never told the truth and will never tell the truth about her video sales. However, that didn’t warrant any threat toward a pregnant woman. I was keeping my composure but that was unacceptable. Having said that, whether you are #TeamStallion or team broke-down donkey, my fitness video sales have broken records and the video is and remains more successful than hers.”
OK so that was sort of an apology.
What do you think about Kenya’s blog?
Once upon a time (today included), there was a Queen Bey who reigned unchallenged over every facet of the pop star kingdom. Her unparalleled commitment to outperforming the lesser royals allowed her to outshine them all. Except in one dark area. Being larger than life alienated her from the masses.
Always looking to improve, Queen Bey set her sights on the Web. Other starlets had used social media to their advantage. Surely the Queen could as well. She launched a website! And a Tumblr! Sprinkling out glimpses of her life for the masses to consume, artistic candid photos and handwritten open letters to those that inspired her. Everyone ate it up… for the most part. Some complained. The Queen was showing more of herself, but she wasn’t really telling us anything about who she was.
Bolstered by the delight of fans or the criticism of detractors, Queen Bey decided to take her online presence a step further. She launched The Beyhive blog on Tuesday. She billed it as “my way of showing all the inspiring things I come across every single day… through my eyes.”
Here’s Where the Fairy Tale Gets Real…
Beyoncé’s latest endeavor satisfies the minimum qualifications to be called a blog. The Beyhive is “a frequent, chronological publication of personal thoughts and Web links” (Marketing Terms). The blog features: photo links to the star’s latest cultural and artistic finds, a collection of the notes she writes to newsmakers (previously found in the News section), street style photographed by her stylist, and an archive of fan art. All listed in chronological order.
It’s cute. But she could have just made a Pinterest board.
Let’s look at what other celebrities are doing with lifestyle blogs:
- Goop, launched by Knowles-Carter clique member Gwyneth Paltrow, features interviews as well as editorial heavy features on products, destinations, recipes, and more.
- Little Monsters, the brainchild of the only other performer allowed to make eye contact with the Queen, Lady Gaga, is a full-fledged social network for fans of the provocateur.
- Life & Times, spearheaded by husband to Beyoncé’, Jay-Z, is a full-scale online publication that runs branded video, op-eds, and accompanies all its images with at least a paragraph of text.
Nene On Kandi: ‘Maybe I Should Have befriended Her So I Could Walk Around All Day With Balls Stuck In My Va Jay Jay!’
So much for civility.
After Kandi cleared up all the talk about her being jealous of Nene, and on top of that two-faced, I really thought the gloves might come off and these two ladies would be able to respectfully agree to disagree on their lifestyles. But, no such chance. In fact, I think Nene may have just upped the animosity between her and her Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member with a post she recently published on her Bravo TV blog.
Speaking on some of the things that went down in Sunday night’s episode, Nene surprisingly had more negative things to say about Kandi than Kim. She wrote:
There are things that were shown in this episode that I don’t agree with. Kandi speaks negatively about me once again: lies can sometimes be damaging! Kandi has no idea who my friends are other than Cynthia, what business relationships I have, and to be honest, she doesn’t even know me that well. It’s simply human nature for two people to meet one another and not really click, but let’s not speak about things we truly have no knowledge of! Kandi can’t name one person I’ve ever befriended for a reason, because there are none. I’m the type of lady that doesn’t look for friendship. If one develops, then I welcome it. Kandi loves to say she’s been in the business for 19 years and has accomplished so much. I wonder why I didn’t befriend her. Kim befriended her for a song! Maybe I should have befriended her so I could walk around all day with balls stuck in my vagina!
In case you’re having a slow moment like I did when I first read that last line, Nene is referring to her cast member’s Bedroom Kandi balls of orgasmic pleasure.
I mean dang Nene, you may not like Kandi but that doesn’t mean she isn’t a real business woman who actually has been getting money since before anyone cared about Atlanta housewives or Bravo TV. Also, by Nene’s own admission that she doesn’t look for friendship and only welcomes ones that develop, I’m thinking Kandi has never been interested in trying to develop a friendship with her, and that is why these two aren’t cool. Come to think about it, who is Nene friends with besides Cynthia who would lick the dirt off her boots if she asked her to. It’s interesting Nene wouldn’t befriend a fellow business woman like Kandi but she and Marlo were two peas in a pod last season. Speaking of? Where is that ex-con?
What do you think about Nene’s response to Kandi?
I’m a lowkey fan of Real Housewives of Atlanta ‘s Kandi so when I read on her Bravo blog that Nene’s fans were coming for her after Sunday night’s show I was super confused. Kandi is just about the only person in the history of the RHOA franchise who can say she doesn’t seek out drama and from what I’ve seen, anything she’s had to say about Nene, she not only said it to friends but also to Nene’s face. Nevertheless, her Twitter timeline was full of accusations that the reality star is a jealous, two-faced hater, to which Kandi replied: “LOL! Whatever!”
Here’s what she wrote on her blog:
“I am not jealous of NeNe at all. I’m very happy for her success. I’m definitely not two-faced, because I have been very honest about my feelings towards NeNe all along. Clearly NeNe knows how I feel, because you heard Cynthia say that, “NeNe doesn’t understand why you don’t like her.” I think it’s a bit much to say that I don’t like her, because I don’t have any dislike for her. I just think that I’m very guarded when it comes to her.”
So why is Kandi so guarded?
“I think [Nene] plays the women of this show just like chess,” Kandi wrote. “I’m an observer. I just sit back and watch. When people think I’m not paying attention, I am. NeNe is a smart woman and she plays a game to benefit her at all times. There’s nothing wrong with that. I find it funny how over the years she’ll dog somebody out for doing the same exact thing she has already done or said, as if she has never done or said it. And then everyone starts siding with her as if they don’t remember the bulls**t she did or said.
“It frustrates me when I get people tweeting me asking, “Why do you feel that way about NeNe?” I’m like, did you just start watching RHOA or something? She’s been making snide remarks about me since I first came on the show. I’m one of those people that if we start off on the wrong foot, then you’ve pretty much set the tone for how it’s going to be, and clearly she and I started on the wrong foot. I try to be cool, because we are in the same circle. I know that we’re going to be around each other a lot, so I’m always cordial. Overall I respect NeNe, I just don’t deal with her too much.”
I have to say I think Kandi’s assessment is 100 percent on point. What reason would she have to be jealous of Nene? She’s been getting money since 1999. Nene may be the most notable member of he RHOA cast, but I would think Kandi is definitely the one bringing in the most money and it appears to me she’d rather be doing things behind the scenes that make money, like running her own businesses, than being the face of a show or two and bringing in just a couple of paychecks. Like she said, Nene is a smart business woman and if there’s nothing you can do for her, she will remove you from her life. Ring a bell Kim?
What do you think about Kandi’s take on Nene?
By Andrea Williams
Everybody you know has a blog: your girlfriend who styles your hair every Thursday, your niece who’s only in the tenth grade and even her third period math teacher. But back in 2006, when Patrice Yursik first took to the web with her online journal of sorts, blogging wasn’t exactly tres chic.
The former journalist was encouraged by an internet-savvy friend to share her opinions with the world, and he prodded her to come up with an under-the-radar topic that would attract eager readers. Her short list? Natural hair tips and trends, makeup for black women and plus-sized beauty. She purchased her domain name on August 13; two days later she published her first post.
Now Yursik is more commonly known as Afrobella – the super fly chick with the super fly natural and one of the web’s top beauty blogs, black or otherwise. She flits about the country on one exciting assignment after another – interviewing celebs on the Academy Awards red carpet, working with chemists to perfect her very own MAC Lipglass shade – all the while keeping her 32,000-plus Twitter followers abreast of the latest and greatest in natural beauty and fashion.
Yursik has come a long way from her days as the calendar editor of a Miami newspaper, but she credits that real-life journalistic experience as the training ground for her blog.
“The challenge was that it was a weekly newspaper, and you just had to write as much as you can, and edit as much as you can and turn in perfect copy every week,” she says. “So it was a good preparation for building my own blog. It showed me that I can write a variety of different topics and interview anybody.”
Unfortunately, while the position helped her develop the chops she would need to consistently churn out creative, reader-friendly content for Afrobella.com, it also proved to be the catalyst that forced her to commit to her budding brand full-time.
While she was working, Yursik was able to juggle her online duties with her daily 9-5 responsibilities, jetting off to record segments for NPR’s News and Notes Blogger’s Roundtable on her lunch break and posting to her site in the evenings. Everything was smooth sailing until she was offered the opportunity of a lifetime to attend an event in D.C. held in honor of Barak Obama’s Presidential Inauguration.
No one has seen or heard from Stacey Dash since her “Single Ladies” days—unless you count the short time she spent on the set of “Supremacy” before her attitude got her in trouble. But the actress has arisen from the land where all B-list actresses go when the roles dry up and started a blog—Stay Dashing—of daily musings that she says are leading up to a new adventure: writing a “how-to” book. And guess what it’s about?
“It’ll be about me, my daily ritual and what I do every day to be Stacey Dash,” she wrote. “It’ll be about what I’ve done in the past, the mistakes I’ve made and the lessons I’ve learned. The mistakes that I continue to make that drive me to moments of madness. I want to share what I’m going through in real-time to correct, reconcile and reinvent. You see I’m on a quest to live in love and joy come hell or high water. So, I’ll be writing about my future and how I’m moving forward in life using the knowledge I’ve gained from my past and wisdom I’m finding now. Also, I want to teach women and girls how to take care of themselves…and most importantly, how to love themselves. I believe that… is truly what is most important in life. In the process of writing, I’m hopeful that while I’m teaching you I’ll also be teaching myself…”
I hope so too, otherwise that lesson might be a tad hard to convey. Once I got past the “what I do every day to be Stacey Dash” part, I actually thought this might not be so bad. Stacey has had a bit of a tumultuous relationship past that I wouldn’t mind reading about and if she talks about what really happened with her “Single Ladies” departure, I’m there. Hopefully this blog and this book will be therapeutic for Stacey because she’s seemed a tad lost throughout her professional and personal life in the self-described “Dip” she says shes in, referencing folklore legend John Henry. She also mentions something about being a “GSDG,” which no one has any idea what it means but will supposedly be explained in her book. I guess that’s her teaser to get us out to the bookstore.
What do you think about this blog and book adventure?
Brande Victorian is a blogger and culture writer in New York City. Follower her on Twitter at @be_vic.
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One of the funniest aspects of the whole drama that’s going on between Jennifer, Evelyn, and Nia on “Basketball Wives” is the fact that everyone is talking about Jennifer changing as if it’s a bad thing.
After having some time to calm down after last week’s episode aired and filing the lawsuit against Nia, Jen took to her blog to clear up and confirm the rumors that have been going around about her. The new BBW outcast wasn’t ashamed to admit that she has changed like the ladies said, except she says her transformation is for the better. She also says she wasn’t throwing any type of shade and Nia when she brought up her two-bedroom apartment during the altercation and explains what she really meant by her comment. Here’s a bit of what she had to say in her post, “So Much Hate:”
“I just find it so unfortunate someone I once called a friend has no respect for me and felt the need to violent me physically. So of course after you completely disrespect me by putting your hands on me, my mouth is going to get reckless. I am not happy for the things I said to her but I was caught off guard and left in a vulnerable state. The 2-bedroom apartment comment got taken way out of context. I live in a 2-bedroom apartment so why would I look down on her for that. My point was don’t act like I lived with you when you live in a 2 bedroom apartment with a roommate. There would be no room for me and all my stuff that barely fits in my 2-bedroom apartment in NJ. The whole attack against me was pointless. Okay, we aren’t friends no need to fight about it let’s all be mature adults and move on. People come into your life for a reason, season or a lifetime. I wish it didn’t have to be this way, it makes me sad but that is life.”
Jen then goes own to talk a bit about why she filed the lawsuit against Nia, saying that as someone with a degree in Political Science and a concentration in Pre-Law, she is fully aware of her legal rights and the justice system. She then cops to changing since she first joined the show.
“For the record, I have changed. I am striving to be an independent woman and I am building a future for myself. I have zero time or tolerance for BS. I am not sitting around waiting for a man to take care of me. Lucid is 100% mine; I built it from the ground up. No licensing deal or I am a paid spokes model. I don’t sit around and knock what my cast mates are trying to do business wise. Be a leader and not a follower, no one was thinking about the cosmetic industry until way after Lucid. At the end of the day, I find it all unfortunate that I am the constant topic when it comes to hate and no one can uplift one another. Fame has never been a weakness of mine but by watching this show I can’t say the same for all the ladies. I just hope everyone can recognize what is really important in this life because Basketball Wives will not always be the HOT thing… Then what???”
Sadness. Someone should have given Sheree the heads up about that down in ATL, but that’s for another “wives” discussion. Anyway, Jen seems to be comfortable in her skin and genuinely unconcerned with what Evelyn and Nia are up to which makes the amount of time they spend bad mouthing her all the more ridiculous. I’m pretty sure no one really cared what bad things Jen had to say about Nia’s apartment after she popped her in the mouth anyway but it was cool of her to address the noise cordially. Maybe the other ladies will take note.
Do you think Jen did a good job of clearing the air about her part in the altercation?
Brande Victorian is a blogger and culture writer in New York City. Follower her on Twitter at @be_vic.
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Beyoncé launched her new website to an avalanche of media buzz. Most of the attention went to the collection of intimate photos featured on the notoriously private star’s Tumblr blog launched on the same day. However, the real news is the superstar’s savvy in recognizing the importance of having an online presence that reflects her brand.
Before the revamp, Beyoncé’s web presence consisted of a Twitter page she never used, and a website managed by her label that offered news and photos a day late and a dollar short. Beyoncé decided to do something about the problem last year when she issued an urgent brief to agencies – she wanted “a site that looks like who she is an artist, someone who likes fashion and art and photography and travel,” said an executive close to the Knowles team. “She has all sorts of interest and wants to communicate that.”
Some may wonder why Beyoncé even bothered. Awareness isn’t a problem for her. But, revamping her website isn’t about awareness; it’s about giving access to her fans while maintaining control over her image. Beyoncé has long showed signs that she wants to be the only one running the show when it comes to her image – from ending her father’s management of her career to releasing the first photos of her daughter through a personal blog. Her new website is a hub for her to disseminate information.
Beyoncé’s seeming perfection on stage and in interviews has brought her criticism for being robotic. Her website addresses these concerns as well, creating a sense of intimacy, complete with hand-written notes. The photos she includes on her Tumblr show her at her most human – no makeup, surrounded by family. The site also features a peak at what inspires her via her blog, and a fan section allows her “beyhive” to see themselves on her site, and show that their Queen Bey sees them.
The pop diva is off to great start. She’s already updated her blog – and garnered headlines – with penned notes to Sade, Basquiat, and the First Lady. Hopefully she’s in it for the long haul, because building a website is only the first step to creating an effective online presence. Here are 9 easy steps you can take to build an authentic web presence of your own:
- Start with a solid strategy: Define the goals of your website and what components will be created to address these needs.
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Tami Roman must have come across Kesha Nichol’s exclusive interview with Juicy Magazine because she wrote a blog post the same day to address the beef with her “Basketball Wives” co-star, and well, from the title of “B****, B****, AND MORE B****,” you can see where this is going.
Tami not only gets on Kesha—again—for not coming directly to her about any issues she had, but she also says Kesha blew the whole “you’re not black enough” thing out of proportion, especially since Tami is mixed too(?). I don’t know ya’ll, here’s part of what she said:
“Do me a favor, don’t be such a liar and manipulator. I know you have friends in high ‘Executive Producer’ places, but let’s keep this all the way real. When I met you, I approached you in a friendly manner and I did not have any issues with you what so ever. Everyone in this situation knows I was told you were Caucasian, so when I met you that is why I asked you. In that same conversation (which was edited out), upon hearing your answer, I said that I thought you were mixed but wasn’t sure of what it was – to be exact, my verbiage was, “I knew there was something else in you.” I wish you had been woman enough to ask me if I thought you were denying your “black” side and I would have cleared that right up for you. On the contrary, my saying that I thought you were mixed with something was in fact ACKNOWLEDGING that you may be of African American decent. I am a product of mixed heritage and identify myself as a black woman also. I NEVER said you weren’t “black” enough… that is a flat out lie! I would NEVER try to belittle someone for that and I don’t appreciate you implying that I would.”
Tami adds that when she first met Kesha, she specifically asked her to discuss any problems she had with her directly and since Kesha didn’t do that, Tami implies she was right to blow up. The she adds this little sidebar:
“I am NOT a bully. People don’t understand that Keisha (sic) is NOT innocent in this matter and she does a great deal of lip boxing behind the scenes. I am not going to try and be respectful when I have been disrespected numerous times…off camera. If you are bold enough to talk behind my back, then you should be grown enough to handle the repercussions of your actions and words. The editors have done a wonderful job of putting my outbursts on the show but not showing the full chain of events. My outbursts are real, but they are also driven by something which is conveniently being edited out when it comes to Keisha (sic). Wish I had an executive producer in my pocket…I’m just saying.”
I don’t think Tami knows the difference between talking behind someone’s back and asking someone’s friend for advice on how they should approach them with a touchy subject. That’s all Kesha was asking in my opinion, and she should be mad at Evelyn for telling Tami before her in the first place. Tami also has some choice words for Jen and Royce in her latest post, so these three might be full on beefing soon too. Sigh.
Does Tami’s blog post clear up her reaction or does she still seem crazy as ever?
Brande Victorian is a blogger and culture writer in New York City. Follower her on Twitter at @be_vic.
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I’ll admit that like 99.99 percent of black women, I’m hair obsessed. I remember back when I learned how to actually do my own hair–from start to finish without a hairdresser–it was one of the most liberating and exciting times for me. I would stalk YouTube and the hair boards for info on how to manage my natural hair, and I would watch in awe and admiration as I saw women whose hair looked like mine grow from a TWA to waist-length. I recently announced on my blog that I have a goal to attain waist length natural hair myself by my 40th birthday and take a big ‘ol “nekkid” glamour shot. To that, someone replied: “It’s just hair.”
Well, it’s hair, but it’s not just hair. Not for a woman. Hair does more than keep your head warm. It frames the face, and can make an okay-looking woman a drop-dead gorgeous one if her tresses are stunning. “Long hair is Hot and seductive; it’s instantly flirtier and more frivolous because you can flip it, whip it, toss it, twirl it, stroke it, twist it — you can even play peek-a-boo from behind your bangs!” says Suzanna Mathews, “The Date Maven,” a Midwestern matchmaker.
Matthews might be on to something. Pantene recently conducted a survey that found that of the respondents, 74 percent of men indicated that they notice women because of their hair and 44 percent of men surveyed said that hair is the first thing they notice about a woman, more than her clothes (26 percent), legs (25 percent), or make-up (four percent).
Hair before boobs? Hair before arse? According to Andrew Schrange, 25, co-founder of Money Crashers, the answer is yes: “With the guys in my social circle, they often say ‘Oh, she has beautiful hair,’ and notice that more so than other physical traits.” Schrange says that he loves the look of a full ‘fro that many African-American women are sporting in his home-base of Chicago. “It’s super unique. It’s almost a statement and expression of confidence.”
The Pantene survey also reported that most men surveyed would be more likely to approach a woman at a bar with great hair than a woman wearing a low-cut shirt. About 82 percent of men indicated that Hot hair is a key element to a woman’s overall sex appeal. But this is a bit of a stretch to The Last Honest Guy, the writer of a blog with the same name, who chose to keep it pretty real. “When we first see a woman, we usually do a full body scan of her from top to bottom. If she has nice boobs, our eyes automatically stop there. If she doesn’t have nice boobs then we continue to scan down and either stop again at her waist if she has a nice one or simply notice her butt and then stop there. This is just standard procedure and it’s an automatic behavior by a man.”
Automatic behavior it may very well be, and there might be a reason for it. ”Beauty is not skin deep but a strong indication of our evolutionary psychology,” says Los Angeles-based celebrity make up artist, Jeffery Paul. “Throughout the ages we as humans found certain traits as indicators of the perfect mate. The traits we found pointed to the fact that the mate we were choosing was healthy, fertile and able to progress the species. Facial features, height and weight proportions and skin were some of the traits while hair has its own significance.” He may not be an evolutionary scientist, but he’s right on the money. I guess there’s a very good reason why some women will stay hours and hours in his chair getting long-haired weaves.
So which is it? The hair or the whole package? “We women make hair more important than it is. Men are turned on by hair, but it’s not everything,” says Chris-Tia Donaldson, author of “Thank God I’m Natural.” Hair in itself is not the issue– it’s whether it’s grab-able.”
Christelyn D. Karazin is the co-author of “Swirling: How to Date, Mate and Relate Mixing Race, Culture and Creed” (to be released April 2012), and runs a blog, www.beyondblackwhite.com, dedicated to women of color who are interested and or involved in interracial and intercultural relationships. She is also the founder and organizer of “No Wedding, No Womb,” an initiative to find solutions to the 72 percent out-of-wedlock rate in the black community.
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