Thursday, July 29, 2010

losing hope in the African American male species 0___O
Just when I thought Sean Kingston was dead & gone, Bow Wow has the audacity to
revive his career by doing this callabo LMAOOOO.
nooooooooooooo this chick did NOT just bust out in a british accent for the last 50% of the interview.
Like, she busted out with it and continued as if she's had this accent the entire interview.
Peplum Ruffle Dress
Forever 21 never fails =) For my Retail-Pick-Of-The-Day (which I know I've been slacking on, sorry), I chose a little black dress from Forever 21's online store. I'm allllllllll about little black dresses and own entirely too many. Adding another wouldn't hurt. I love this LBD. It's really simple, even with the little ruffle detail in the front. Sometimes something simple looks more amazing than something so .. LOUD lol. There is some rayon and spandex mixed into this fabric so it does GIVE and isn't stiff on anyone's body, whether curvy or not.

Price: $22.80
Can't even beat it.
Click here to buy.
The interviewer asked a simple question: "WHAT'S GOOD WITH YOU & TINY'S WEDDING?!"
This man started off with "I can neither confirm or deny" and followed that with a bunch of lawer-ass lingo lmfaooo. Nigga, just tell us wtf is good with you and Tiny's 859365980375809635643 year long engagement!

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

"When God takes something from your grasp, He’s not punishing you, but merely opening your hands to receive something better."

I've gotten a bunch of requests to do makeup for wedding that will be coming up and it makes me want to get a full portfolio of my work going. So with that being said, if you want your makeup done (& no I'm not charging for these) then let me know! I'm doing it for free right now because I'm just getting my portfolio going.

If I'm getting requests from people who are willing to pay good $$$ then I probably should get this pro portfolio going lol

Anyway, just let me know!
yours truly ♥
Dr. Dre said that the last beat that floored him was “All About the Benjamins.” How does that make you feel?
It’s humbling. I was in the studio with Dre the other day. He started working on a record for me. Watching him as a producer is watching greatness. We had a lot of similar traits. It was like looking in the mirror. He would ask questions like, “How you feel about this?” People don’t really understand true producers want to know how you feel about things. We are some of the most observant people on the planet.

What happened during the Martin Bashir interview on Nightline?
There were times in the interview when I had to give him an ultimatum. The questions weren’t being handled the right way. In hindsight, when I saw him I shouldn’t had done the interview because I know the style of interview that he does . . . The whole thing about giving a Maybach to my son, that’s really like a racist question. You don’t ask White people what they buy their kids. And they buy ‘em Porsches and convertible Bentleys and it ain’t no question. It’s really a racist question and put things back in perspective with money and the way that people still look at you. And I’m not saying that consciously he’s a racist. But he probably don’t even realize that he would not ask Steve Jobs that. He would be like Steve Jobs has that money and that’s the gift his kid is supposed to get.

Are the comments from Lil’ Kim about Nicki disheartening?
When I heard her say what she said, it didn’t really affect me. I didn’t get mad at her or anything like that. I knew how she felt. I ain’t agree with it. But also I know the motivation. I know that people say, “Oh, he’s trying to get a new Lil’ Kim.”  I guess people will see in time. Yeah, Nicki’s had flavored wigs on, but besides that it ain’t even the same approach to the writing.

For the rest of the issue, stay tuned for it's debut August 16th!
Kanye went to the Facebook headquarters and gave the staff a huge preview of the material from his upcoming album that WAS entitled Good Ass Job BUT earlier today, Kanye signed up for Twitter & announced he's now bouncing around new ideas for his album title. Below are clips from the previews he gave Facebook :) Enjoy
Kanye Spits New Material

Kanye Performs "Chain Heavy"

Kanye Performs "Mama's Boyfriend"
This is a song coming off Usher's new album Versus, which is coming out August 24th.
First of all, there will never be an album like Confessions. His last album Raymond vs. Raymond (that's what it was called right?) was okay. I guess this one will do.
I do love this song though. Veryyy nice collab with Jay-Z.
Listen & love :)

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Sorry everyone for my mini-hiatus from sugar & retail! I've been so busy between school, work, and LIVING lmao. I've been so swamped and sleep deprived! Today, I finally have time to relax and actually post things! I'll try to keep up with everything more! Once my summer class is over and done, I'll be less swamped.

Anyway, thanks for continuing to check back :) thank you thank you thank youuu!

yours truly ♥
Relationships of all kinds are like sand held in your hand. Held loosely, with an open hand, the sand remains where it is. The minute you close your hand and squeeze tightly to hold on, the sand trickles through your fingers.
I've never heard a white girl who can singgggggg like these two girls, ESPECIALLY the one on the right. She has the same voice like Christina Aguilera. The one on the left has a voice that reminds me of a better version of Shakira lol. Have fun listening because I enjoyed stumbling across this video of raw talent :) Enjoy!
When we honestly ask ourselves which person in our lives mean the most to us, we often find that it is those who, instead of giving advice, solutions, or cures, have chosen rather to share our pain and touch our wounds with a warm and tender hand. The friend who can be silent with us in a moment of despair or confusion, who can stay with us in an hour of grief and bereavement, who can tolerate not knowing, not curing, not healing and face with us the reality of our powerlessness, that is a friend who cares.” - Henri J.M. Nouwen
I've honestly been in Forever 21 too many times this summer. Like, entirely tooooo many times lmao. Heres a few of the things I've gotten. I would've taken pictures of more clothes but my camera's battery died -______- Last week they were having a "yellow tag" sale on so many things. I love that damn store. Go check it out whenever you get that urge to shop :)
My collection of black skirts is expanding a little to quick lmao. But honestly, who can turn down a bandage skirt? These were only $6 each with their yellow tag sale. They're both in size small and fit nice. There weren't any x-smalls in sight anywhere but I'm happy with the fit :)
This turquiose-ish colored dress has theeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee best fit. It's nice and tight and looks amazing. I love the different shapes and patterns on this dress. It was only $11.50 :) Can't even beat it.
This was literally one of those purchases that I made as I was handing over my credit card to pay for the other things I decided to get lmao. It was sooo adorable to me and I just HAD to have it lol. It definitely was an impulse buy but I don't regret it because I love it!
I absolutely loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee this necklace (or collection of necklaces). This cross necklace looks so cute with just about any outfit. I didn't buy it for any specific religious reasons. I saw it, I liked it, I bought it. Price: $6.50 :)
I definitely see Willow getting into modeling. Her style is really essentric (& sometimes borderline tacky) but I know when she grows up, she'll definitely have amazing style. I see her wearing things Rihanna wears. Maybe it's because she has the same haircut that I'm thinking that way lmao.

SB: Jada is looking soooo damn fierce. Yeah, Will has herself a badddd one ♥
I honestly think I'm noticing how gorgeous Christina Milian is AFTER she and The Dream seperated. When you have a husband looking like a damn fat gummy bear, how can your looks shine? I love her one shoulder dress. She looks amazing. Now SERENA on the other hand -________________- No wonder her ass doesn't have a man lol. But do you peep her manly ass v cuts?
Trina is honestly coming up in my eyes which is crazy because there was definitely a time where I refused to listen to anything that involved Trina lmfao. I like this video. Trina actually looks really pretty to me here. Anyway, you be the judge :) Listen, watch, love ♥

I don't even believe this one bit. This black woman, Mocienne Jackson, is coming forward with claims that she is Michael Jackson's DAUGHTER -___________- She has already filed legal documents that claim that wayyyyyy back in 1975, Michael Jackson (at 17) secretly impregnated her mom who she swears is DIANA ROSS'S SISTER -________________________- AND THEN she claims that when she was 9, Michael Jackson's mother sent out a group of men to kidnap her to hide her identity and to help Michael keep his image. Apparently she was kidnapped and shipped off to Belgium. Her "captors" have been "killed off" -________- After all that she's suffered, she is demanding part of Michael's fortune AND his kids because she can give them a better and more normal life.

Honestly, how WILDDDDDDDDDDD is this story? I see NO sign of Michael in this woman. Who the hell is she trying to fool?

Thursday, July 22, 2010

The King is back, but just because he's learned a lesson doesn't mean he's abdicating the throne. Storm the castle, and he might just have to defend himself.

The last time T.I. got down with Complex—in September 2007—he was wrapping up one hell of a two-year run, with platinum plaques for his previous two albums and an acting career on the upswing. Barely a month later, he would find himself facing a 30-year bid for federal weapon charges. Sure, he used his pre-trial house arrest to record his most personal and successful album ever (Paper Trail). And yeah, he managed a nifty plea deal that landed him a mere 10 months in jail. But he was still off the streets for almost a year. So while his agenda is full—his highly anticipated comeback,King Uncaged, drops in August—He needs to be a different man. He's taken his tale of reform on the road since his release, and his narrative is unwavering: no he won't be getting into trouble again. Yes, those days are behind him. It's a kinder, gentler Tip. Of course, a few days later, he releases the mixtape  Fuck A Mixtape, where he repeatedly mentions that he doesn't have guns anymore...but he'll still stab the shit out of someone. Being a different man has its limits.

On Paper Trail, you wrote your rhymes on paper for the first time since your debut. How about for King Uncaged?
T.I.: Nah, I switched it back up—at that time I was looking for something different. So now I already had that different sound. I wrote ideas down, but not complete songs. Ideas, lines, titles, songs, thoughts about hooks.
You don't seem like a "raps in your BlackBerry" type.
 I'll give you an example. [T.I. shows his BlackBerry. The Memos section has various entries with titles like "Lines," "New," and "Songs," which has collections of bars written.] I'll [write] about six bars and when I get in the booth, I'll stop there and then complete it. Most of these came to me when I was on a plane or in the car.

How has having such big pop smashes on your last album influenced your musical direction on this album?
T.I.: There was a whole new audience introduced to T.I. by records like "Live Your Life" and "Dead and Gone." I don't think that I can properly maintain that same fan base if I don't cater to them at some point. I got records that are way more left-field, mainstream, and universal than I've ever had. I got records that would be equivalent to Usher doing "OMG" with I got a record called "Out of Control" that RedOne did. It's a party record; Nelly said it sounded like Las Vegas club music.
The last time you were on our cover, you mentioned retirement. Three years later, on "I'm Back," you mention retiring again.
T.I.: I'm kickin' 30 down this year, so it's about time to start thinking about an exit strategy. I'm not saying this is my last album or the next album is my last album, but I don't see myself rappin' for 10 or 20 more years. Although I could. Let's say I do it for five more years, and after that, when I do an album, it'll be an event. It's not going to be day in, day out. Maybe every two or three years, a world tour, the whole shebang.
But you see artists like Jay-Z making great albums at 40.
T.I.: It can be done, but at the same time, Jay's method is for Jay. I ain't seen nobody else take that model and use it to their advantage.
Eminem is still making great music at 37. He's pushing the boundaries when most people have fallen off.
T.I.: True, but if I do that at that late an age, I'm taking away from all the other opportunities that I have. I want to have an Oscar by then. I want to have made my mark in film as a producer and actor by the time I'm Jay's or Eminem's age.
As you get older, have your musical tastes changed?
T.I.: I do listen to some rock. I like Maroon 5 a lot. I try to get into stuff like The Fray. I dig the Gorillaz. I didn't listen to their whole album, but all the shit that comes out I fuck with; I dig the movement and the whole idea of it. I think the shit is creative.
You've mentioned being a big fan of Kanye West's 808s & Heartbreak, even comparing it to Marvin Gaye's Here, My Dear. Why did you make the comparison?
T.I.: All of the songs from 808s & Heartbreak—from the title of the album to every song on there—you can tell that it was speaking of and about a relationship that went bad. Every song was made as an open letter for someone, and I think that those two projects have that in common. It was the coolest shit in modern day since I heard Andre 3000's The Love Below.
What were your favorite tracks on 808s?
T.I.: The first record off the album, "Say You Will." ["Paranoid"] was a jamming-ass song to me. "Street Lights." It was one of those albums where I put it in my car, leave the house, and ride that motherfucker top to bottom over and over again 'til I get back in the house. Or if I'm entertaining, I'll put that motherfucker in at the beginning of the night and just let that ride all night long, the same way I do with both The-Dream's albums, Trey Songz, and Keri Hilson. I can ride to their shit, too.
B.o.B. just scored the first number-one album for a Grand Hustle artist who wasn't you. How different was it working with him as opposed to other artists on your label?
T.I.: B.o.B. ain't the type of artist you gotta be very hands-on with, because he's already visualized his direction. He came to me and said, "Tip, I need something more urban, but still out-there," and we did "5th Dimension." Then other times, he's like, "I'm just really trying to break into the urban market," so he brought me records like "Bet I."
Was it important to you that he have those kinds of records for credibility since he has such big pop smashes?
T.I.: If you start off out there in that world, you have nothing to come back to. Although it may seem like he started off out there in that world, he started off with "Haterz Everywhere" and "I'll Be In the Sky." Just because his biggest records are pop records, it's still important that he has history in the urban market. So, if ever, for some strange reason, the pop shit don't work, he has something to come back to.
Was it a conscious decision from Grand Hustle to take him in that direction?
T.I.: Nah, I didn't make any decision to take him in a direction. We did a lot of [the album] before I went away. The singles came together while I was away. I was involved as an executive producer and a president. I try to be as involved or as uninvolved as the artist needs me to be. I think that's the best thing for an executive producer; to know when to step in, take charge, make suggestions, and just let the artist do their thing creatively.
Are you a fan of any of the other new artists in the rap game, like Kid Cudi or Wiz Khalifa?
T.I.: Who?
Wiz Khalifa.
T.I.: I don't know him. Kid Cudi, I haven't heard enough. I like Donnis. I think Yelawolf got outstanding talent and potential. I've been knowing him. Drake's the shit.
You told Larry King you're a "retired gangster." Does that limit what you can rap about creatively?
T.I.: Nah. I can rap about guns in the context in which I need to rap about them. I could rap about the past. I can rap about not needing a gun. I can rap about other ways of doing things if that's what I choose to rap about. I can't change who I am on the inside. That'll shine through with no gun, no drugs. Fundamentally, who I am and what I stand for is still the same.
On Fuck a Mixtape, you make several references to having knives now instead of guns— and to stabbing people.
T.I.: It's within your rights to do anything to protect your well-being, right? That's well within the law. If my life is being threatened, I have every right, legally, to protect my life and my loved ones. So that wouldn't be getting in trouble at that point. Everybody takes everything so literal and so…I don't know. You could spit on the concrete in public and get the same reaction: "Oh, I thought Tip was done getting in trouble. What is he doing spitting on the concrete? What is he doing jaywalking?" The best thing I can do is continue to live my life the best way I know how.
At the end of "Yeah You Know," you said, "Prison ain't changed me, it made me worse." In what sense did you mean that?
T.I.: When I was goin' through it, I really felt like it added insult to injury. The lesson had already been learned. I already understood the errors in my ways and made the adjustments necessary. It did make me worse in a sense that, before I went in, I was already on a path of positivity. Putting me in prison took me off that path a little bit, and now I'm working to get back on that path—or at least back on the path to the extent that I was before I went in. I'm still not as bad as I was before this incident, but I lost a little bit of my positive focus during that period of incarceration. Being in that environment and having those daily surroundings, it's going to affect you.
Was there an album that helped you get through your incarceration?
T.I.: I didn't listen much to records when I was in there. Music is what I do every day. That made me more homesick than anything. I didn't watch videos. I watched series like Sons of Anarchy. I'm a fan. It's another form of The Sopranos to me. I watched football and ESPN. Another thing we watched wasHung. It had a good idea, but it depends on where they go from here. They watched a lot of that True Blood. I couldn't really do that. They got into that shit heavy. The whole prison damn near shut down. Everybody left off the yard, like, "True Blood coming on!" They went crazy for it—there's a bunch of sex in it, so they were tuning in for that.
In terms of making changes in your life to avoid getting into trouble again, did you cut down on going to clubs?
T.I.: I don't go out as much.
Is that an age thing or to stay out of trouble?
T.I.: Both. When people know when to expect you, they can plan for you. If they don't know when to expect you, and you pop in and pop out, you can show up and kick it for a little while, and they can't really plan for that. And I'm just uncomfortable having no tool. Even when I have security. I'm more comfortable knowing there's one around—but not having one myself, being used to having one for so long and being in places and around people that I know got 'em, I'm just uncomfortable. So I stay out of that environment as much as possible.
Are there certain moves you might avoid now? Like filming the video for "What's Up, What's Haapnin" in Bowen Homes at the time of the Shawty Lo beef?
T.I.: Some of 'em. That move in particular, I wouldn't say. I didn't go there with a sense of hostility. I wasn't there in your face. I was there doin' my thing. It was just as much my hood as anyone else's. That was different than me going to Houston [to Lil Flip's Cloverland neighborhood]. A move like that, I wouldn't do that now.
Were you happy to see two of your good friends, Young Jeezy and DJ Drama, put aside their differences?
T.I.: I thought that was real big of both of them. I started the idea of them sitting down and speaking. We all sat down, but it seemed to unravel shortly thereafter. It was either Jeezy's homeboys or Drama's homeboys, or something Jeezy said, or something Drama said—maybe it was something said before the sitdown that came out after. I think it was just a matter of time. It's only so many tickets you can sell to the feud. It's only so long motherfuckers even care about beef unless it escalates and escalates. Now, it's in both parties' interest to unite for the same reasons, like Jay and Nas. People look for dramatic events, and another dramatic event is when you get together.
Speaking of reconciling, have you had an opportunity to listen to Gucci Mane's "My Worst Enemy," where he apologizes to you for making comments about Tiny?
T.I.: Nah, man. I heard about it. For real, I ain't really wrapped up in that. I'm living my life. I'm not paying a lot of attention to other people's lives. If they not in my circle, what they do is they business. I don't have any ill will toward anyone. At the end of the day, what they eat don't make me shit. I'm not all wrapped up in what the next person is saying about me, whether or not they've apologized to me. That's real childish. I'm beyond that.
Do you and Gucci have any kind of personal relationship at all?
T.I.: I recognize potential and talent and opportunity. But as far as a personal relationship, I don't have his phone number. We don't talk on the phone every day. But I wish him nothing but the best.
Did it bother you when people—and Gucci himself—started saying he was the hottest rapper in Atlanta?
T.I.: I don't even worry about opinions. Only the truth matters to me. He's supposed to feel like that. For you to be a rapper and not feel like you the hottest person on Earth, then you're wasting your time. Whoever feels like they the hottest, wherever they are, they doing what they supposed to do.
So whoever wants to say they're the hottest rapper in Atlanta, it doesn't matter to you.
T.I.: Nah, man. Nobody can take away from my title by feeling like they hot. In order for them to be the hottest, I have to see them being the hottest thing in Atlanta. My music speaks for itself. My influence speaks for itself. You can be the hottest right now, but that's only because I ain't dropped yet. When we drop shit at the same time, then we gonna see who gets more burn. When they drop your record in the club, then they drop mine, we gonna see who get more of a reaction. When your first-week numbers come in, we gonna see who have more sales. You or me. Saying you the hottest? You have that right—but when it's time to show and prove, we gonna see who really deliver.
This song is soooo cute. T.I. and Keri look so good in this video.
Peep Tiny's cameo 0_________________O lmaooo. I already know this
song is like HER damn anthem. I'm not even mad because she honestly is with
T.I. through the good and damn sure through the bad.
Overall, this video gets a thumbs up in my book.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Nicki Minaj looks so pretty in this video. Especially the scenes where she's like in the mock-karate class. I love this song and this video definitely went well with the song. I didn't like how she was just standing there movind her hands when she's dressed in brown with the flowing red background. Anyway, the ending was rediculously dramatic lmaooooooo. It wasn't even necessary for things to be that dramatic. Overall, this video is a good look for Nicki. I really wish she'd retire that blonde wig though.

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Diddy's Dirty Money members Dawn & Kaleena recently did a photoshoot for Black Men Magazine.
Check the video above for behind the scenes at the shoot! I hate Dawn but she definitely is looking half naked and fierce for this shoot lmao. As far as Kaleena goes .... who really even cares about her.
Keyshia Cole's mom Frankie IS scheduled to join the new cast of Celebrity Rehab for their 4th season. I honestly thought she has BEEN off of drugs. Then again, Frankie is always acting like a damn crackhead so I guess that show is where she needs to be. Are these white people ready for someone as WILD and as ghetto as Frankie? NO. I already predict she's going to storm off and act like she's leaving the show a MINIMUM of 3 times. -______________-

Let's see how this goes.
I ordered makeup brushes and some liners 2 weeks ago and it came in the mail within a few days! I was definitely supposed to throw this post up like last week when it all came it but I've been so busy! Anyway, back to the topic :)
I ordered the flat top ss197 Kabuki brush from Sigma Cosmetics because a) I heard so many good things about this brush for when you're applying foundation, and b) because I wanted to try out a new way of putting foundation on. Using a flat foundation brush sometimes had a matted down look after I put my foundation all and streaked at times.

REVIEW: Honestly, I'm in loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee with this brush. Like, I don't know when I'm even going to use my other Sephora #47 foundation brush. This flat top Kabuki brush from Sigma really gave an airbrushed finish to how my face looked after applying my foundation. When you use Kabuki brushesf ro foundation, make sure you go in a circular motion for that airbrush finished look. It's the perfect size and weight in my hands and is very comfortable to use. It also came with a plastic slip cover for the top of it to protect it's shape and if you're traveling with it. I definitely recommend this to everyone! Price: $16 from
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The next thing I ordered were two gel liners from one of my favorite makeup lines, Coastal Scents. I already own their black gel liner in true black and I absolutely love love love it more than anything. My love for my black gel liner pushed me to order two more from their line.
I ordered the Envious gel liner which is like a nice colored green gel liner. It goes on rediculously smooth. Why did I order green of all colors? Because I own geen and also, sometimes having a simple face with a pop of color like this really pretty green always looks good. In the picture it looks a little darker than it really is. I probably should've done a swatch for how they really look ... oops lol.
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Along with the Envious liner, I also ordered another gel liner in Sky Line. This is also such a pretty color that can be used with or without eyeshadow that will give you the pop of color that will make your eye makup look amazing. It also goes on rediculously creamy but not to the point of liquid consistancy. It's smack dab inbetween a sky blue and a deep navy-ish blue. Once again, I probably should've done swatches but oopsies. Price: $6.95 from I already have 3 palettes from them and I loveeeeeeeee them. Definitely check out their site for more cosmetics!
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I also bought another 2 c139 Crease Brushes. A lot of my brushes that I use for eyeshadows are from Coastal Scents because they work really really well. I have other crease brushes from Coastal Scents, and the way I look at it is that you really can't have enough brushes lol. These blend colors in the crease and blend together so well. Price: $2.49 from For that price, you really can't beat it! Definitely grab these brushes!
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On top of the 2 crease brushes, I also bought 2 angled liner brushes. I have a 3rd exact kind that I've been always using from my black gel liner and I just wanted that one brush to stay as the brush I ONLY used for black. I bought 1 of the extras for the new gel liner colors I just ordered. The 2nd one is for my eyebrows. These angled liner brushes work GREAT when you're defining your eyebrows. I lost my other one while moving out of my dorn -__- so I needed to buy an extra. Anyhoo, these last rediculously long so if you want good brushes at such a low price, these are the ones for you :) Price: $1.79 from
Nicki Minaj looks so different without a face caked full of makeup and chappy ass lips. This does NOT look like the woman who started the "barbie" wave lol.
Now let's talk about Nicki Minaj BEFORE Young Money and the plastic surgery. Two TOTALLY different people. She honestly got the complete nip tuck along with a shit load of makeup to create the person below:
0_O beyond crazy.
I used to do it for the love a long time ago and all I ever wanted was love. I used to love without fear a long time ago and all I ever wanted was love. Then, somebody came around and tried to hurt me, tried to make me feel like I was unworthy. Took a pure love and tried to make it dirty. Truth was — they never did deserve me.” - Lauryn Hill
There are things that we never want to let go of, people we never want to leave behind. But keep in mind that letting go isn’t the end of the world, it’s the beginning of a new life.

This sick bastard never ceases to amaze me -___________- As we all know, Heidi Montag & Spencer Pratt have split up and will soon be filing for divorce. Spencer recently spoke with People Magazine and admitted that his obsession with fame was just too much for Heidi and was a big part in ending the marriage.

We love each other but I’m a famewhore and I’ll never grow out of it. [Heidi] knows that and doesn’t want that. I want every kind of press. She believes in bad press. There’s no way my love for fame and her love for puppies will ever work out successfully. She would be like, ‘Are you really tweeting that? Are you really doing that?’ She just wants to hike and hang out and be calmer.

-____________________-      <-- is all I really have to say about the matter.

Friday, July 16, 2010

He has OFFICIALLY hit rock bottom. Snorting coke though? Maybe
that bogus Pretty Ricky group was holding his ass together. Some celebrities honestly
CAN'T handle not being relevant ... and Slick 'Em is a PERFECT example of that.
Fast forward towards the end if all you're trying to do is see this man snort coke.

God bless his soul lol. This man needs help. 
As you all know, The Dream and Christina Milian are getting a divorce. The Dream's triflin' ass was even spotted out on a beach boo'd the hell up with his assistant. I'm not even suprised. Their whole relationship and marriage was so rushed (or at least in my eyes). It's so sad that a lot of Hollywood marriages don't last long.

The Dream finally posted a very open letter letting it ALL out about his failed marriage. Even though he tries to say it isn't because he cheated, we all know his ass is lying. Anyway, this is nothing short of interesting ...

In My Own Words:

First I want to thank God for the trials of life, without them we can’t know purpose!

I would love to tell the truth as to why my relationship wasn’t successful, but today that is between me and Christina. Its easy to say that it’s because of another woman or a new relationship but truthfully, IT’S NOT.
I take FULL RESPONSIBILITY for misleading everyone into thinking everything was fine and okay when we knew problems existed for awhile! I wanted to speak up but we decided it wasn’t for anyone to know. I would NEVER intentionally hurt a soul and everyone around me knows that! There was so much going on in me and Christina’s personal world that I tried to deal with it as delicately as I could and tried to regain my footing. Instead of being direct in order not to cause even more hurt or hurt someone’s feelings, I carried the weight in secret!

I am Human and people fall in and out of Love all the time… This is Life. Nothing’s promised or perfect, neither am I. I am not proud that I lost something we once had…LOVE! I’ve always been a Loving Father, Hard Worker, Generous, Stern and Eager to prove myself. My faults are I can be irresponsible and an ass sometimes, but I HAVE NEVER and WILL NEVER be a malicious person or wish harm to anyone, especially those I love or the mother of my child. I’m sorry for the embarrassment to everyone involved! If there’s anyone to blame and you can’t fathom this happening, please blame me and me alone for not being upfront! Even though we were trying to overcome personal things between us, I was just simply scared and embarrassed to let everyone know we WERE FAILING and HAVE NOW FAILED!

This is not to justify anything, it’s true emotion! It’s a real thing that involves real people! I’ve cried about this for months, after interviews, after prayer and I’ve tried to take my own life at a point because of the failure that was looming.

But I was reminded by my MOTHER that I am not “Superman” and its okay to lose sometimes…

This too shall pass! And everything will be fine!

~ Terius Nash ~

Thursday, July 15, 2010

I'm obsessed with the Twilight series but I'd be DAMNED if I get the characters & the scene tatted on my back.
I literally dropped everything and only picked up what was important.
Lindsay Lohan will be covering August's issue of GQ Germany. I'm sure they retouched the shit out of these pictures because we've all seen Lindsay in her natural light and it isn't pretty. Below is a portion of her interview translated from German (since the magazine is based in Germany). Lindsay needs to stop trying to convince everyone that she isn't that crazy, white, failed actress who's career is spiraling downhill because we aren't buying it. Yes, you have a soul but what does that even mean Lindsay?

GQ: Why do you want to play Linda Lovelace, Lindsay Lohan?

Lindsay Lohan: I was fascinated by the universality of the story: We tell of a woman who falls in love with a young age head-first into a man. And we speak of the realization that one of the true self of the other person often can recognize with difficulty when you are well and are still so blinded by love. Linda Lovelace story is tragic and comparable to the fate of many female Hollywood icons: You will find only to itself, as it is already too late.

GQ: Are there aspects of Linda Lovelace life, Lohan also discovered in themselves? The uncertainties about, and in relations to other people, the permanent interest of the public?

Lindsay Lohan: Definitely. Everyone feels but sometimes more or less uncertain. I can identify myself with quite well, I admire Lovelace for their strength and that she has still managed to bounce at some point. , Deep Throat was a gift from heaven for them, even though the film was seen as controversial and discussed. Because he gave her the opportunity to finally break away from this monster.

GQ: How they will see the light of balance, so the movie does not start back?

Lindsay Lohan: By playing the raw scenes, but not in a vulgar way. Our film is not so much the raw sex and nudity, but more about showing how much anxiety they had. I want to show what was going on in her when she had to experience these moments. And that’s what the audience should also be able to understand at the end.

GQ: Would like to describe their own perspective on life?

Lindsay Lohan: I, too, at the point of view in recent years have changed. When I started working in the industry, I wanted to come to the very top - and painted me everything is completely different than it actually is. Nowadays in Hollywood it’s so much more about celebrities and gossip, a fact that many great actors distract from their actual ability. For the public learns as much about these people and that gets superimposed on their work in movies.

GQ: How do you handle it?

Lindsay Lohan: I love what I do, so I must be able to handle it.

GQ: What exactly do you love about it?

Lindsay Lohan: I like to tell stories where people can learn something. And I like the principle of cinema: to put oneself in a dark room, hide from the world for a few hours and discover the similarities of the canvas itself. I love it so much that I will certainly not stop doing it, even if the circumstances change.

GQ: How do you deal with the temptations that lurk seemingly around every corner in - and just lurking behind the paparazzi?

Lindsay Lohan: People believe, of course, what they read in the media. There are all the hair-raising stories that circulate about me every day and are supposed to tell people what I‘m really like. I read plenty of stories that never happened, and then get to hear: Oh, but you were so sweet but in ‘The parent trap’! But what I’m talking about: there are other people in Hollywood who feel like I do.

GQ: The media conveys a wrong idea of who you really are?

Lindsay Lohan: Half of what is written about me is not true. Of course I’m still young, make mistakes and learn it, but that did not necessarily mean that all agree these stories.

GQ: What stories?

Lindsay Lohan: The fact that I am at my end, have parties all the time. I still have a soul, don’t forget that.

GQ: Why are they reporting that you are always partying?

Lohan: The media take their shots in only a second, and use that to interpret reality they way they want. when I sneeze, photos are published and it is said that I would cry. When I put my hand in front of my mouth and nose it is said that I have a terrible hangover after a long party night. It is unbelievable how bad it got.”
Rumors have be heavy as far as whether or not Reggie Bush and Amber Rose are together. At first they were spotted at a club together boo'd the hell up. Midway through that night, they took a long "bathroom break" together. (yeahhhhh they were doin' grown folk business in the bathroom). They left in seperate cars but met up afterwards.

Now, they've been spotted again publically walking into the Espy's afterparty TOGETHER. A million and one people tweeted the second Reggie showed up with Amber on his arm.

If they are really a couple, I'm hype. Why? Because Amber's a bad bitch and Reggie is sexy as can be. They'd make a bomb ass couple. Kim (Reggie's ex) has clearly moved on with her new light-skinned bf and now it's time for Reggie to move on to the next baddest bitch: Amber Rose.
I love Amber Rose ... but the shaggy layered dress isn't really working at all. The greasy skin isn't working either! :( Who let her walk out on the red carpet looking like this?!!
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Mario was lookin' real refined and fresh. His girlfriend Dez on the other hand ... I think she's a pretty girl but that dress is doing absolutely nothing for her, neither is that damn pose she's striking.
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Kendra and Hank looked so good together on the red carpet. I lover Kendra's one shoulder black dress. She looks so opposite of how trashy she used to look when she was in Playboy. Go 'head Kendra!
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Forget all of the other white men in this picture. Let's focus on that fine dark specimen right here :) Reggie never disappoints with the looks. He is entirely tooooooooooooo fresh and so handsome in that black, white, and grey number!
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Terell Owens = one fineeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee man. goddamn. I don't even see how people can think he's unattractive. We must not be looking at the same man lol. Monique looks so good in her LBD and Kita looks so pretty in her beige strapless dress.
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Zac Efron = sexiest white boy out here.
That is all.
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Lisa Leslie and her husband Michael Lockwood on the red carpet looking pretty cute. I like her pink dress but what is good with her shoes? It sucks being as tall as she is because you're already neck and neck with your tall husband; You can't wear heels so you're forced to wear hideous diamond sandals like these.
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I'm not even a fan of Niecy Nash by she actually looks decent in what she's wearing, even though her boobs look like they're going to bust out at any point in time. I like the seaquined dress and the black pumps. Real nice Niecy :)
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awwwww, look at Bobby Brown looking as cleaned up and handsome as he could possibly get. His fiancee, Alicia, on the other hand ... I don't know if I'm feelin' those leggings with that dress. I DO like her pumps though. They're looking so damn fierce.
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