Beyonce Cranks Da Soulja Boy
All I have to say is "Thank you, Miss Info". No further words.
These are the furious thoughts of a middle-class Miami youth on Life && Entertainment.
I'll be flying out of the country this weekend. I have to attend a funeral next week, so posts may be a bit slow. I apologize. If I can find a computer with Internet access while I'm gone, I'll try to get some stuff in.
Anyway, I'm rounding the week up with an old school video from a very freaky R&B fox - Ms. Adina Howard. "Freak Like Me" was one of her more infamous records, released far before Howard was singing about T-Shirts and panties. Most of you should remember this sex anthem from back in '95. If not, then make yourselves familiar.
Pics courtesy of TrinaFan.com.
On a scale of 1-10, how much does this video suck, with 1 being "just a little bit" and 10 being "straight to the dump"? This is just another clue that something ain't right in the world of Five Dimes. He's kinda like Two Dimes, a Nickel, and a Half-Pence at this point.
Maybe this is the opportunity Ja Rule needs to swing back in and steal G-Unit's spotlight...I get a point for positivity, bitches!
Here's the video for Keyshia Cole's latest tune, "Let It Go", where she lets the ladies know that they should never fret over trifling men, but instead go to the club get drunk and possibly go home with a new one. The track's producer Missy Elliott is featured on the song, as well as Lil' Kim and her porcelain face. I won't front - I like this record. It's very smooth. Maybe the Biggie influence is what gives it extra points.
However, I still think Keyshia Cole is ugly - like a stray siamese cat or something. Sorry.
This fall, my worst nightmare may become a reality...a reality series, that is. Choreographer to the stars and all around freak show, Laurie Ann Gibson, is shockingly working on an album [insert blood-curdling shriek here] . Not only that, but the recently abolished Making the Band dance coach is filming a reality show on the work.
Can I just say this? If Three 6 Mafia, Paula Abdul, Kimora Lee, those three Playboy hoes, and this bitch can all have reality shows, I should have one too. My life is just as interesting if not more.
The Laurie Ann Gibson Show (also titled "Making The Record" --bleck!) is in post-production and being shopped around as we speak. It will most likely be tossed into an MTV slot, where we can all throw our guts up watching Boom Kat in all her dramatic craziness prepare for failure. I love Grape Juice.
Why am I not suprised that this chick is promoting something with the words "wet" and "slick" in them?