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One little girl gave her daddy a mouthful after he informed her that Kim Kardashian is his “celebrity crush.” Luckily for us, her dad caught the entire scolding on video.
According to the talkative little cutie, her pops is dead wrong for setting his affections on a woman like Kim because she’s known for exposing her goods to the world.
“The only reason she’s famous is because of her plastic surgery. Excuse me, every single photo shoot you go to, you don’t got clothes on. Why are you famous for that?” she asks.
“I don’t know. Maybe when you die and you wear diapers. But seriously, when you have a life on this world and earth, I don’t think you should be showing your parts to people because that is just personal, okay?”
After her lecture, she returns to playing with her doll babies as her dad looks into the camera and informs Kim that he’s no longer allowed to lust after her.
“Kim, I gotta cut you off babe. It’s not personal,” he says.
“Do not call her babe, thank you very much,” his daughter interjects.
“I can’t call her babe? Aight Kim, I gotta cut you off. That’s it,” he concludes. “We’re going to leave it at that.”
I know some are going to be quick to call her grown, but I think this video is adorable. Check it out below.
There were some strange things and even some shenanigans going on this week in the news. In this episode of “Did Y’all See”, the MadameNoire editors discuss Laila Ali coming forward to say that Floyd Mayweather needs help for his domestic violence issues. Then, at the Met Gala, former lovebirds Lenny Kravitz and Lisa Bonet stepped out on the red carpet together…on a date. We discuss whether the move was a bit odd…even for these hippy, dippy free spirits. And then we share our thoughts on Kim Kardashian’s BFF, Jonathan Cheban, coming out of the shadows to lodge stereotypes at Amber Rose and Blac Chyna, in defense of Kylie Jenner.
See what our editors have to say about all these topics in the video above.
Kim K’s BFF Tries To Defend Kylie Jenner Against Blac Chyna, But Sounds Like A Racist In The Process
Kim Kardashian’s best friend Jonathan Cheban is speaking again. And honestly, he is really turning my stomach.
During a recent interview, he called himself jumping to defend Kim’s younger sister Kylie Jenner against Blac Chyna and Amber Rose and his comments come across as kind of racist to say the least.
“Both of them are kind of street. They take it to another level and they’re always looking for a fight,” he told Radar Online. “Kylie’s young, they’re not. They are bullies.”
In typical Kardashian fashion, he reportedly went on to insist that Amber and Chyna are obsessed with Kylie. He also expressed a desire to retaliate against them—and made it clear that he’s not above posting videos from their stripper days to his website. Classy, I know.
“I want to bully them back,” he said. “They’re really aggressive. They should at least wait until Kylie is 18.”
“I want to show them what it is like. I’m not taking sides. They’re too ghetto, too street. They’re bullies.”
Of course, when asked about Kylie’s highly inappropriate relationship with Tyga, he didn’t have much to say.
“She’s got sisters to tell her what to do,” he insisted. “I’m just a friend.”
It’s quite interesting that out of all of the words he could have used to describe these women, he lazily resorted to racial stereotypes and called them “street,” “ghetto,” and “aggressive.” If you feel the need to go the extra mile and attempt to read someone, at least be creative with it.
It seems that a sex tape could never do for a Black woman what we’ve seen it do time and time again for white women. A day full of taped sex and room service with Brandy’s little brother got Kim Kardashian a multimillion dollar empire. On the other hand, it got Mimi Faust a few checks from Vivid Entertainment, some Instagram memes and a married boyfriend who keeps popping up in her life like some incurable STD. There’s no denying the double standard and recently, actress LisaRaye McCoy chose to speak out about that.
“It’s them and it’s us,” she told 97.9 The Box last month. “With them, they can do whatever they want to do. They can date five or six guys—like Taylor Swift. We know that she has been through a lot of people at her young age. She sings about it all the time; let that be a Black girl and that’s a problem.”
“Let somebody do a sex tape that’s a Black girl and her career is ruined,” LisaRaye continued. “She’s not going to parlay it into fashion and stores and reality shows and marriage.”
While she doesn’t believe that it’s fair, the 47-year-old went on to say that because of this double standard, Black women have to be more careful and brand themselves differently.
Switching gears, LisaRaye also discussed her departure from “Single Ladies.” From the sounds of it, she wasn’t happy when the series made the switch from VH1 to Centric.
“They went from VH1 to BET’s Centric. I have done two episodes to close out my character. I’m closed out to be done.”
When asked why she left the series, the actress tried to keep it classy, but it was obvious that there was some tension behind the scenes.
“It should have been [more development with my character]. For me, I need a career builder and I’ve done it for four years. I was the face of the brand of the show. So now, I want to move on to something else. I’m ready to pass the torch and I’ve done that. You know, so that’s my politically correct answer.”
I stopped watching “Single Ladies” a while ago, but I was surprised to hear that LisaRaye chucked the deuces. Were you sad to see her go? What are your thoughts on her comments on the double standards faced by Black women?
There are plenty of adorable celebrity children. But when it comes to dominating the Internet with too-cute-for-words Instagram shots, North West is the leader of the pack. For no other reason than our love of adorable baby pictures, we’re taking a look at some of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s child’s cutest photos.
Whether you’re looking to clean up your personal brand or are interested in starting one up for your small business, it’s important to think about what it is you allow the world to see. These days what you put out is hard to take back should you want to change your mind. Here are some takeaways and tips from celebrities on how to build up your social media.
Growing up, I didn’t have a crystal clear picture of what I wanted to do or the woman I wanted to become. You always heard about how accomplished doctors and lawyers were, along with educators and those employed in the civil service who try to pay it forward.
Nowadays, I’m a bit scared about what we consider success and the concept of leaving a legacy.
To celebrate his wife reaching 30 million Twitter followers, Kanye West thought it was a good idea to post nude images of Kim Kardashian for all to see. This is nothing new for the couple as they both seem to think it’s a wonderful idea for assets typically left for the bedroom to be on full display — and full frontal for that matter. For just $10 bucks, folks could view Kim Kardashian completely nude in last year’s Paper magazine, or pay $18 to see everything she’s working with in Love Magazine. Aside from questioning an obviously askew moral compass, I have to stop and think about what it is that drives Kim, Kanye and their brand. Is success for them having millions of social media followers who they entice with explicit photos? What legacy are they leaving, and how will it impact their daughter North’s concept of what it takes to build a brand and leave something for the next generation?
Kim and Kanye certainly aren’t the only ones capitalizing on questionable behavior. Many would consider Mona Scott-Young a trailblazer when it comes to the entertainment industry. Her company, Monami Entertainment is responsible for popular reality television shows like the Love & Hip Hop franchise with spin-offs in Atlanta and Hollywood (the original takes place in New York City). Will her legacy be her ability to break through doors previously closed to African Americans, or criticism about the “ratchet” content she creates that continues to exploit Black stereotypes?
Or what about the new cult-classic show Empire that has quickly made its network the most-watched in Black homes? Is it another case of exploitation or pure entertainment that shouldn’t be taken so seriously? Many would argue how refreshing it is to see an all-Black cast deliver memorable performances on a show co-created and executive produced by Blacks.
At the end of the day, life and business is about supply and demand. Should we get mad at those in a position to create content for the general masses who capitalize on what people want to see, or question their ideals about building a legacy of value, going beyond gimmick and popularity?
We’ve seen how folks who we thought were on the straight and narrow can easily tarnish their legacy due to poor decisions. Bill Cosby was a pioneer in creating positive images of Black family life with The Cosby Show and A Different World. Yet, his legacy continues to come under fire after numerous allegations of sexual assault. And what about Dr. Ben Carson, the first surgeon to successfully separate conjoined twins joined at the head? It’s safe to say some have lost respect for him after his remarks that equated Obamacare to being the worst thing since slavery.
What is your definition of being successful or leaving a legacy? Is it always about the bottom line, or should your morals affect your business decisions?
Many of us have been wondering why Kanye West is okay with nude photos of his wife floating around the Internet—including R&B singer Tank, who recently called out the rapper. His rant came during an appearance on web show Have a Seat Radio during a segment called “The Golden Chair,” where celebrities are afforded the opportunity to give someone else the Sit The F-ck Down” award.
The 39-year-old prefaced his rant by explaining that although he is a fan of Kanye, he can’t really get with Yeezy’s obsession with folks gawking at Kim’s naked body.
“As much as I am a fan of this guy, I think he definitely deserves this golden chair. Im’a go Kanye.”
“I just want to know how many pictures of Kim are we going to put out there with barely no clothes on? I just want to know how many pictures of your wife—with a baby—like you know what I’m saying?”
The “Please Don’t Go” singer went on to say that this type of behavior sets a poor example for the couple’s only daughter, North West.
“At a certain point we have to grow up and we have to be examples for our children. Alright? Let’s stop putting this married woman’s assets all over the place.”
As for his own personal life, Tank says that you’ll never see any wife of his plastered all over the web in her birthday suit.
“As a man, when I get married, I’m not putting my woman’s assets out on the blogs for people. That is mine,” he said. “When I oil it up, I’m oiling it up for me.”
What are your thoughts on Tank’s comments? Is he sticking his nose where it doesn’t belong?
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Amber Rose is tired of being shamed and dogged for her assumed behaviors while men are congratulated for them and women with lighter skin and faker bodies are rewarded. So she’s arranging a Slut Walk in Los Angeles. And she sat down with “Entertainment Tonight’s” Brooke Anderson to talk about just a few of the recent actions that caused her to put this whole thing together, like the Twitter back and forth with Khloe Kardashian and Kanye West’s recent comments about having to take 30 showers after the two broke up.
Check out a few highlights from the interview and then the whole thing in the video below.
Why she’s having a slut walk?
It’s important for me because I deal with it everyday. I deal with it via social media, people out on the street. They don’t quite understand why I post what I post and how I speak on social media. I just recently dealt with that with my ex saying that he had to take 30 showers after he’s been with me.
We were happy when we were together and now all of a sudden I’m getting slut shamed because we’re not together anymore and it’s unfair. And I feel like women deal with that constantly on a daily basis and I’m sick of it. And I’m here for my girls and we’re going to do the Amber Rose Slut Walk this summer and it’s going to be awesome. I’m going to do it in LA this year and then hopefully, New York, Chicago, Miami like branch off.
How are she and Khloe these days?
She can come to my slut walk too. I mean, I don’t hate Khloe. I don’t hate her.
This is the thing because I was a dancer at a very young age– yes, I could have totally minded my business when it came to her younger sister and her relationship; but me being a dancer at such a young age, dealing with older men gave me the humility and knowledge to speak on such a subject. So I can understand why it came across the wrong way to her. I get it. But that’s a phone call she could have had with me.
She didn’t have to tweet 11 times and try to humiliate me when the only reason why these girls have careers is because their older sister had a little fun on tape. Let’s be realistic. Which I never ever hated on that. I’m all over a woman making something out of nothing. If you can do something and bring your whole family on, make millions of dollars? That’s dope to me. I love that. But I feel like because Kim is dating my ex is kind of weird. But I would love for them to reach out. I don’t have a problem with those girls.
Check out the full video below.
Amber Rose has been on “Ether” mode as of late. After inviting Khloe Kardashian and her entire family to have several seats on Twitter, Muva also proved her tact and class by choosing not to air out Kanye West’s dirty laundry after he jumped in the mix.
Amber Rose did begin stripping at the age of 15. Amber Rose does post plenty of thirst trap pics on Instagram – string monokini anyone? Amber Rose is a mother and no, that will not stop her from posting instructional twerk videos.
Muva Rose is certainly no one to play with. While her truths and way of living may turn off the prudes in us all, there is much to learn from her, including these 10 lessons.