Tuesday, December 30, 2014


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Monday, December 29, 2014

SAD! The Year In Police Killings! Photos of those we lost!

Has the country reached a tipping point?
The killings of Michael Brown, Eric Garner and John Crawford III, among others, by police officers this year focused national attention on race, police violence and the apparent unwillingness of grand juries to indict those who carry a badge.
The incidents spurred research that found black men are 21 times more likely to be killed by police than their white counterparts. And recent reports have found an accurate count of all police killings is nearly impossible because of the way records are kept.
As the year ends, mass protests against the killings continue, undeterred by claims that protesters have blood on their hands.
What follows are some of the most well-known and controversial instances of officers using deadly force in 2014.

TO READ AND SEE THOSE WHO LIVES WERE TAKEN BY THE POLICE CLICK HERE http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/12/29/the-year-in-police-killings_n_6354696.html?utm_hp_ref=black-voices&ir=Black%20Voices

Support Derick A. Thomas New Movie" Blue Light City" on indiegogo.com

I'm Derick Thomas indie filmmaker for my company DA Vision Pictures. We are a small successful film company with 4 features on the world market. We love making drama and action thriller feature films. We have a great fan base and we are continuing to produce more content for those who love our work and new fans who want to see films produced by us. We need your help to keep the dream alive.
As you know making a film isn't cheap, nor are we trying to stuff our pockets. We need a few things to make this film happen. We need to rent locations, pay more actors and hire more production staff. Simply put its a huge task but we're up for the challenge. Thanks so much for your support. Let's make a movie. If you donate. Your name will appear in the credits of the film.
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Listen to New Artists Savon! Signs with 360/WTLE MUSIC GROUP! (Contemporary Gospel)

Listen to Music https://soundcloud.com/savonsings/savon-snippet-mix-360entwtle-music-group

360/WTLE MUSIC GROUP (Who's That Lady Entertainment http://www.whosthatladyent.com Presents our new Singer/Songwriter Savon.
We decided to give us loyal followers a preview of this lovely voice with snippets of her songs
"New Day" "Gave it all to Jesus" "What do we do" and "God Is Love
A quick snippet of Savon's vocals which is sure to bring a smile to your face and joy to your heart. With beautiful melodies, great tracks, and well arranged songs overall, Savon will be the next best inspirational voice to emerge in 2015. Stay tuned and enjoy!

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Sunday, December 28, 2014

Twitter for Android Phones and PC's down worldwide!

Twitter for Android appeared to be having issues on Monday morning with a sign in problem affecting millions of users.
According to reports, Twitter has engineers tackling the issue and users should be able to login soon.
@support tweeted 'We're working on resolving issues some users are having signing in on some platforms. Watch this handle & http://status.twitter.com  for updates.'

Chris Rock files for divorce

After almost 20 years of marriage, Chris Rock and his wife are breaking up.
Rock's publicist confirmed the news to USA TODAY: "Chris Rock has filed for divorce from his wife, Malaak. This is a personal matter and Chris requests privacy as he and Malaak work through this process and focus on their family."
Malaak Compton-Rock issued a statement about the split to People: "After much contemplation and 19 years of marriage, Chris and I have decided to go our separate ways ... While recognizing that this is a significant change, my children remain at the center of my life and their well-being is my top priority. It is in this spirit that I sincerely ask that their privacy and the privacy of our family be respected during this transition in our lives."
Rock, 49, and Compton-Rock, 45, wed in 1996. The couple have two daughters: Lola, 12, and Zahra, 10.

TO READ MORE CLICK HERE http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/people/2014/12/28/chris-rock-divorce/20975831/

Meet the women of TV’s first all-female CBS Sports talk show! Support

When CBS Sports Network taped the inaugural episode of “We Need To Talk” in late September, the Ray Rice domestic violence scandal was raging in the NFL — and at the water cooler.
Three of the show’s hosts shared similar stories: WNBA great Lisa Leslie bravely admitted that she’d been beaten by a former fiancé while the New York Liberty’s Swin Cash and Olympic swimmer Dara Torres shared their own painful stories.
A debate on the role of the victim ensued.
“I know there were some tears shed after the first show,” says Allie LaForce, a CBS Sports sideline reporter and one of the contributors to “We Need to Talk,” TV’s first all-sports show hosted completely by women.
“Because the big topic we were prepping for was domestic violence, and the statistic for women who are abused was proven on our first show, says LaForce.
“Nobody [on the show] knew it was going to happen.”
“WNTT,” which airs on cable’s CBS Sports Network, features a rotating roster of top female talent in the world of sports, not only Cash, Torres, Leslie and LaForce but also Leslie Visser, Tracy Wolfson, Dana Jacobson, Summer Sanders, Laila Ali, Andrea Kremer and former Oakland Raider’s CEO Amy Trask.

Instead of being relegated to a sideline reporter — or the lone women on a traditional all-male sports-talk format — these women take center stage, tackling diverse topics including domestic violence, concussions and a much-maligned Men’s Health article advising dudes how to talk sports with girls. (Spoiler: the fairer sex doesn’t care about stats.)
“WNTT” is wrapping its first season — and, on Saturday, will air a special broadcast episode on CBS (1 p.m.). It’s expected to return to its CBS Sports cable home in the spring with new episodes.
TO READ MORE CLICK HERE http://nypost.com/2014/12/26/meet-the-women-of-tvs-first-all-female-sports-talk-show/

Sad Story! A Rapper Is Facing Life In Prison For His Album Cover

Brandon Duncan has no criminal record, but could face a life sentence of 25 years in prison as prosecutors say his latest album lent artistic motivation for a recent string of gang-related shootings.
San Diego County prosecutors have charged Duncan, 33, with nine felonies connected to a wave of gang-related shootings in the California city. Although the musician has not been charged with discharging or providing firearms in the recent shootings, prosecutors say his musical lyrics encourage gang behavior.

Duncan’s latest album, entitled "No Safety," features a photograph of a revolver with bullets on the cover.

The gangsta rapper, who is being held on $1 million bail, is scheduled to head to court in December. If found guilty of felony charges, Duncan could serve a life sentence of 25 years in prison, his lawyer said.
San Diego police say Duncan is a gang member, who goes by the name TD.

Saturday, December 27, 2014

FUNNY VIDEO Kenny Smith shoves Shaq into the Christmas tree 12.25.14


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Friday, December 26, 2014

When Celebrities have fun together! Actress Golden Brooks & Comedian Sinbad

When Celebrities have fun together!Actress Golden Brooks & Comedian/Actor Have a Happy Holiday, Kwanzaa & New Year!

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What You Should Know About Kwanzaa! Happy Kawanzaa

Kwanzaa 2014: Dates, Facts, And History Of The Celebration Of Unity, Faith, And African Roots

Though many Americans don't know much about Kwanzaa, it is a holiday that all can share in.
Kwanzaa is celebrated from December 26 through January 1st.
Established by Maulana Karenga in 1966, Kwanzaa is a holiday that honors African heritage and celebrates family, community and culture. It takes its name from the phrase "matunda ya kwanza," which in Swahili means "first fruits."
Kwanzaa's origin lies in the 1960s civil rights and Black Freedom movements, and is a way of commemorating the African heritage of black Americans whose ethnic history was stripped away by the slave trade. Swahili is the most widely spoken African language, and was thus chosen as the language of Kwanzaa's principles.
According to Karenga, "Kwanzaa was created to reaffirm and restore our rootedness in African culture." It is a cultural rather than religious holiday, and can be celebrated regardless of a person's faith tradition.
"First fruits" celebrations date back to ancient Egypt and Nubia, and commemorate the harvest.
The colors black, red and green are part of Kwanzaa celebrations due to their special significance, according to PBS. Black represents the people, red is for the blood uniting all those with African ancestry, as well as the blood shed during slavery and the civil rights movement and green is for the lush land of Africa. These colors also reflect the Pan-African movement itself.
Principles There are seven principles of Kwanzaa, celebrated on each day of the holiday and known collectively as Nguzo Saba. They are African values which are named in both Swahili and English.
  • Umoja: Unity
  • Kujichagulia: Self-determination
  • Ujima: Collective Work and Responsibility
  • Ujamaa: Cooperative Economics
  • Nia: Purpose
  • Kuumba: Creativity
  • Imani: Faith
Families gather during Kwanzaa to light the kinara, a candle holder with seven candles in the colors of red, black, and green. The black candle is placed in the center and used to light the other flames from left to right. Together, the candles are called the mishuuma saba, and they represent the Seven Principles.
Other traditions include the kikombe cha umoja, or Unity Cup, which is used to pour libations in honor of ancestors departed.
Songs and dances are a popular way of celebrating Kwanzaa. "Lift Every Voice And Sing," also known as the Black National Anthem, is a song that celebrates the struggles and triumphs of black Americans.
Kwanzaa greetings are in Swahili and English. "Habari gani?" is a traditional Swahili greeting, and the response is each of the principles, depending on which day of Kwanzaa it is. Other greetings include "Heri za Kwanzaa," or simply, "Happy Kwanzaa!"

TO READ MORE CLICK  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/12/23/kwanzaa-2014_n_6349952.html?utm_hp_ref=black-voices


Wednesday, December 24, 2014


Here’s a summary of the main points from St Louis police chief Jon Belmar’s press conference:
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  • A 34 year old white officer, who had six years experience, encountered two suspects at the Mobile gas station after responding to report of a theft. He didn’t know that one of the men was armed. The officer fired three shots after the victim raised a pistol at arm’s length. Surveillance video from Mobile station appears to support the police version of events. Only one of the shots hit the victim. No shots were fired by the victim’s “defaced” 9mm pistol.
  • Belmar said the shooting was a tragedy for the victim’s family and for police officer involved. The officer will “carry the weight” of this for the rest of his life, Belmar. He said the incident underscores the pressures police officers face.
  • Two witnesses have given statements to the police. The police are looking for the friend of the victim who fled the scene.
  • A crowd of up 300 protesters gathered at the Mobile gas station after the shooting and four arrests were made after police officers were assaulted. Several bricks were thrown at police officers and three “explosive devices” thought to be fireworks bound together were set off. One police officer was hurt in the leg from one of the explosions another was injured by a brick. Belmar said it was “disturbing” that protests came armed with bricks and explosives.
  • Belmar said it was “unreasonable” to expect the officer to have responded with mace or a taser when he was faced with a suspect raising a gun. “The officer responded with what he thought was commensurate force at the time,” Belmar said. He added: “Bad choices were made ... this individual could have complied with the officer. It didn’t have to end with him approaching him with is arm extended and an 9mm pistol in his hand.”
  • The police officer was wearing a body cam, but it was not activated at the time of the shooting. His police vehicle was also fitted with a video camera but it was not thought to be activated either. Belmar said officers were “not used to” the new technology. Belmar said surveillance footage from the gas station was described as “really pretty good” .
  • The victim had a record of three armed assaults and other charges for theft since he turned 17. His body was removed at around 1.30am.

AGAIN! Antonio Martin, Black Teenager killed By Police 2 Miles From Ferguson

Black Teen killed By Police At Gas Station In St. Louis Suburb

A Missouri teen was fatally shot by police just two miles from Ferguson, Mo., according to witnesses at the scene.

Antonio Martin, 18, was shot at 1 a.m. on Christmas Eve at Mobil gas station in Berkeley, Mo., the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
The victim's mother, Toni Martin, spoke to the publication and said her son was shot by police.
The hashtag #AntonioMartin is gaining traction on social media. Those at the scene, along with The Dispatch, report approximately 60 to 100 people have gathered around the gas station where the shooting took place.

Livestreams at the scene show residents verbally clashing with police as they try to find answers and report live on the situation. A woman identified as Martin's mother could be heard sobbing "That's my baby!" on the feed.

TO READ MORE CLICK HERE http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/12/24/antonio-martin-police-shooting_n_6376210.html

Today 1/24 on Lifetime TV- With This Ring With Jill Scott, Regina Hall, Eve & Brooklyn Sudano

Lifetime TV has release the trailer from its latest Original Movie, With This Ring, which will premiere on Saturday, January 24, 2015, at 8pm ET/PT. The romantic comedy based on the best seller The Vow by Denene Millner, Angela Burt-Murray and Mitzi Miller.
With This Ring - Brooklyn Sudano, Eve Jeffers Cooper and Regina Hall
Written and directed by Nzingha Stewart, the romantic comedy centers on three single best friends (Jill Scott, Regina Hall, and Eve) who attend the lavish wedding of a fourth on New Year’s Eve and desperation pushes them to make the vow to be married within the year. Each woman starts the year with hopes of what will happen over the next 12 months, but will they all make it to the altar?
Also featured in the film are Brooklyn Sudano, NFL Hall of Famer Deion Sanders, Stephen Bishop, Jason George and Brian White.

 Producing the film are Sony Pictures Television and executive producers Tracey Edmonds, Sheila Ducksworth (Soul Food) and Gabrielle Union (Being Mary Jane). Casting is by Tracy “Twinkie” Byrd (Fruitvale Station).

TO SEE THE TRAILER CLICK HERE http://www.blackfilm.com/read/2014/12/watch-trailer-to-lifetimes-with-this-ring-with-jill-scott-regina-hall-and-eve/

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Actor Kevin Hart was 'paid $2 MILLION' by Sony to tweet about two films,

So when this story broke about a week ago we were under the impression that Kevin Hart wanted to get paid to promote his movie on twitter to his 14.5 million followers.
So now here where it gets stink, Kevin Hart got paid 2million to promote other Sony movies on his twitter page but they wanted him to promote another movie for FREE! Only that his team has aski for more money.


Actor Kevin Hart was 'paid $2 MILLION' by Sony to tweet about two films,' leaked email reveals

  • Kevin Hart refused to reveal if he would ever work with Sony again after being called a 'whore' in a leaked email exchange
  • An executive was angry with Hart after his team requested more money for the star to support his film on social media 
  • Meanwhile a new leaked email reveals that the actor was 'paid $2million to send out tweets to his 14.8 million followers promoting Sony films'
  • Hart's upcoming film The Wedding Ringer is a Sony picture 

Muhammad Ali 'vastly improved' after bout of pneumonia!

(CNN) -- Famed boxer Muhammad Ali has "vastly improved" after being hospitalized over the weekend with a mild case of pneumonia, his spokesman Bob Gunnell said.
"Ali's team of doctors hopes to discharge him soon," said Gunnell.
Ali, 72, was admitted to an undisclosed hospital on Saturday.
"The Ali family continues to request privacy and appreciates all of the prayers and well wishes," read a statement sent from Gunnell.
Ali was born Cassius Clay and won an Olympic gold medal as a light-heavyweight at 18.
In 1964, he became world heavyweight champion in an upset victory against then-champion Sonny Liston, according to Ali's official website.
Shortly thereafter, he changed his name to Muhammad Ali to reflect his conversion to Islam.
The boxer was also known for his protest against the Vietnam War and refusal to be drafted into service out of religious conviction.
He retired from boxing in 1981 and announced his diagnosis with Parkinson's disease three years later.


No Indictment For Houston Cop Who Killed Unarmed Black Man

Officer Juventino Castro Will Walk Free After Killing Unarmed Man Jordan Baker

A Texas grand jury has officially cleared an officer of any wrongdoing after he fatally shot an unarmed man back in January.Officer Juventino Castro will face no charges in the deadly shooting of 26-year-old Jordan Baker, Chron News reports.

Baker was shot by Castro in an alley behind a Houston strip club. Castro was off duty at the time, and Baker was unarmed. Castro said he believed Baker matched the description of a robbery suspect who had targeted the strip club in the past, ABC13 reported at the time.
In a police report filed after the killing, Castro said there was a scuffle and a foot chase into the alley after the officer asked to see Baker's ID. Castro told investigators he shot Baker after the man allegedly charged the cop.

 TO READ MORE CLICK HERE http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/12/23/jordan-baker-no-indictment_n_6373988.html?utm_hp_ref=black-voices&ir=Black%20Voices



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Monday, December 22, 2014

Must Read! Q-Tip Offers Iggy Azalea A Hip Hop History Lesson

A brewing battle between Iggy Azalea and fellow industry artists has found the Australian-born rapper in hot water, yet again.
Following a series of tweets responding to rapper Azealia Banks candid Hot 97 interview where she expressed her much-publicized issues with Iggy, "hacktavist" group Anonymous threatened to release “snapshots” from an alleged sex tape featuring the chart-topper if she didn’t issue an apology for her comments to Banks.

As if that wasn’t enough, veteran MC-musician Q-Tip took to his personal Twitter account on Saturday to give Iggy, and his more than 700,000 followers, a history lesson on the origins of Hip Hop and its connection to sociopolitical movements. Here's what he wrote:

"HipHop is a artistic and socio-political movement/culture that sprang from the disparate ghettos of NY in the early 70's Coming off the heels of the CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT and approaching the end of the Vietnam war it was a crossroads 4 America specially for blacks in the US our neighborhoods were PROLIFERATED w/a rush of HEROINE."
"Our school systems here in NY dungeon traps with light for learning… blk men some of whom didn't return from tours of duty n the ones who did came w/war baggage (agent orange, addiction, ect..)… these men had families but due to these events and throw into the mix the public emasculation… they proved to be handicapped parents. The surrogate parents? The STREETS… the streets of gangs, crimes, and the hustlers coddled us and swept us up."
"But! Being a spirited, rhythmic & expressive people music art dance outlined our existence… it proved a way for us to exhault to scream to dance to laugh and find OUR VOICE… we weren't at the time skilled musicians as kids. We had records, turntables, ideas and INGENUITY being natural chemist we took from whatever was availed to us and we created something mighty and special."
"We cut breakbeats back n forth we took a hybrid of Jamaican toasting along w/ radio jock rap( hank Spann, Gary Byrd, ect.) and we put our rap down.. it was a neighborhood thing really. Black and Latino Kids were carving out their space and it became infectious… eventually Keith Cowboy coined the phrase hiphop . Yrs later the first rap record was recorded and now we r moving."
"But during these strides this country still had the monster of racism and racial insensitivity breathing and ruling… believe it or not young black n Latino lives specifically weren't acknowledged in mainstream American culture unless Of course.. the convo was abt gangs , being criminals or uneducated. And hey! Like I stated early our families were rushed our schools sucked and we were left to put devices to survive… but HIPHOP showed that we had DEPTH, fire, and BRILLANCE… the music was undeniable! It moved from NY N became national and even GLOBAL."
"Hiphop now was FOR EVERYBODY!! All of those who cld relate to the roots, the spirit, the history, the energy.. It reached YOU… it touched your spirit n took u up. We magnetized you! That's what BRILLANCE does… now u are fulfilling your dreams … BUT! you have to take into account the HISTORY as you move underneath the banner of hiphop. As I said before… hiphop is fun it's vile it's dance it's traditional it's light hearted but 1 thing it can never detach itself from is being a SOCIO-Political movement."
"U may ask why … Well once you are born black your existence I believe is joined with socio-political epitaph and philos based on the tangled and treacherous history SLAVERY alone this is the case it never leaves our conversation… Ever. WeAther in our universities our dinner tables our studios or jail cells… the effects still resononates with us. It hurts… We get emotional and angry and melancholy… did u know president Clinton was the ONLY PRESIDENT to apologize for it? did u know that remnants of slavery exist today thru white privilege? When certain "niceties" r extended your way because of how u look? Isn't that crazy?"
"I say this 2 say u are a hiphop artist who has the right 2 express herself however she wishes… this is not a chastisement this is not admonishment at ALL this is just one artist reaching to another hoping to spark insight into the field you r in. I say this in the spirit of a hopeful healthy dialogue that maybe one day we can continue… I've been on twitter a long time and this will probably be my last series of tweets pretty much but I'm Kool with it as long as I got to share this w u. Zzzzzzz's up! Peace!" 

TO READ MORE http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/12/22/q-tip-iggy-azalea-hip-hop-history-lesson-ti-azealia-banks-_n_6367046.html?utm_hp_ref=black-voices

Belinda Trotter James New Book "Power of the curves"

Power Of The Curves is the latest book from the modelologist expert Belinda Trotter-James which features powerful testimonies from Grammy award-winning singer/songwriter Crystal Nicole, producers of the film Fattitude Lindsey Averill and Viridiana Lieberman plus actress Thea Camara, singer/songwriter Rasheeda Wallace and model/designer Jeannie Ferguson of Big Girls United. Also included are 16 fabulous plus size models along with their inspirational stories.

Women will also find this book interesting because it will help them build confidence by doing one thing as well as getting tips on becoming a full figured model and how to participate in fashion shows and pageants.  

This is an important book for the next generation of plus size girls to embrace their bodies instead of being bombarded with images of self doubt and negative feelings often given by society.  They will never have to carry the baggage of those who came before them again.

We know you have 99 problems, but loving your body shouldn't be one of them.

Sunday, December 21, 2014

Exclusive Interview with Tha Real Momma Dee (LHHATL)

By B. James

When we first met Momma Dee on Love & Hip Hop, the world saw her as an overprotective mother who still wants to protect her grown son, rapper Lil Scrappy from fame hogging females. What made Momma Dee want to be on a show of young people in the entertainment industry?  "Well Scrappy was dating Diamond, formally of Crime Mob for four years and she cheated on Scrappy to go with Soulja Boy”, explains Momma D.  “A radio station, 107.9 was broadcasting the break-up and it really made my son look bad and stupid so I called the radio show and I said these words, ‘If I would've known she was giving up her pu*%y when I was a madam, she could've worked for me.’  And that's why Mona [Scott] came fishing for me and Scrappy.” 

The producers were looking for other cast members for the show.  After filming Jim Jones mama, they thought who else has a mama that is crazy over their children? One of the producers heard the radio show and said Momma Dee would be perfect… listen to this radio interview. As fate would have it, Momma Dee and her son Scrappy were perfect for Love & Hip Hop.  If it is meant for you, nothing on this earth will keep your blessings from getting to you. There may be a few detours, but what I know for sure is that there is always a light at the end of every tunnel.

On the show Love & Hip-Hop we have seen Scrappy try to have a few relationships with women however, Momma Dee makes sure they know who she is and if she approves of the relationship. Who would Momma Dee like to see her son in a relationship with? “Well I think a lot of women don't pay attention,” explains Momma Dee.  “They want to come on Love & Hip-Hop to be with Scrappy, but if they were really watching from season one, they would know that Scrappy has so many eggs in his basket. I mean he still does and I know that, but they want to come on Love & Hip-Hop thinking that they are the one who can lock him down. But it's hard for man to be locked down when he has so many eggs to choose from; they're not listening. I wouldn't mess with him because he continues to cheat, but they want to come on expecting him to be honorable and to be only with them. He’s not going to do that because he's not ready for that and then when I put it out there, they think that I'm being funny, but I'm trying to indirectly tell them something. You better listen to Momma. I know my son and he bought a couple of rings, but no one ever made it down the aisle.” She laughs and says, “I’m trying to tell them something, but ain't nobody listening."  

We know that they are not listening to Momma Dee because they truly think they are the one. "Okay, I will have a glass slipper for the next season.  We will see who will fit into it”, says Momma Dee.  

Scrappy is a young handsome man in the prime of his life and this is the time when a young man should explore all of their options and enjoy life before settling down with a true love. "When you’re young you think you know, but you don't really know,” states Momma Dee. “You don't come into the knowledge until you're in your 40s. You can say I did this, I've done that, I've been stupid… let me look over my life and make sure I don't make the same mistakes."

In 1984 Momma Dee revealed what happened the year she gave birth to her son Scrappy.  "When I gave birth to Scrappy we became two people. They wrapped him up and brought him to me,” remembers Momma Dee.   “I held him and I looked down at him and these were my words, 'I've been waiting nine months for you to get here. I'm your mom and I'm going to do everything I can to love and protect you for the rest of my life.’”

And with that being said directly from Momma Dee’s mouth now you know exactly why she is the way she is with her children. Now we understand. Thank God for those mothers who go beyond the call of duty for the sake of their children to guide them and protect them all the days of their lives.

“I'm going to always protect them,” says Momma Dee.

Throughout the show Momma Dee makes references to a time in history when there were kings, queens and palaces. There is no mistake that Momma Dee makes sure everyone knows she is the queen of her kingdom. If it were up to her she would definitely go back in time to live in a time when kings and queens ruled kingdoms. She adds, “Yes, oh yes I would have loved to live during that time.  I read books from the 17th century and I studied the language and how they would act, what was expected and I just applied it. Everything in the world just keeps repeating itself and it goes around and around.  When I was a young girl, we wore gauchos and now they call them Capris. Stuff just keeps repeating itself and is renamed. So all I did was revamp my kingdom. Some people say to me, ‘Momma Dee do you really live in a palace?’ I answer, ‘Yes I do because the palace is in me and there could be a palace in you. You just got to open your eyes and love yourself; it all comes back to love.’"

There's a lot of fighting that goes on with the young girls on the show and Momma Dee is someone they respect and look up to however, people are going to create their own drama and there's nothing that anyone can do to stop it if someone has their mind on creating drama. Joseline started a huge fight on the reunion show.  "For the record I would just like to say this,” says Momma Dee. “I didn't like the level of violence that happened that day, but I can identify with her anger and let me tell you why... As a woman, if her and Stevie J are married or not and a woman came to my house who had slept with my man and is now dating my husband's friend, it don't matter… You can’t just come in my house and smile in my face. Now as a woman I'm known for keeping it real…. Listen… We would all feel the same and if a woman says she wouldn't, she's a damn lie. That’s one thing women do not tolerate.  They do not let another *itch come into their home if they laid with their man.  We are not taking that!”

Since we are a ‘no gossip’ site, we give celebrities the opportunity to clear up any misconceptions that may be floating around social media. Momma Dee says that she is good. "No, nothing is bothering me because I tell it like it is. I don't hide anything. I came on the first season and said I used to be a madam, I used to sell drugs and I did that because when you come on this type of show, whatever your skeletons are they’re coming out. So I thought it best for me to tell it because I know how to tell my own story. If the world got a hold of it through word of mouth, they were going to drag me.  So it's best that it came from my mouth. If I'm being honest about it, then the world cannot destroy me because I'm here telling my own story. I'm the one that's living it so I'm the best person to tell it.”

When you watch Momma Dee on television she looks as though she is enjoying life and embracing every door that opens for her at this time in her life.  Aside from making sure her son Scrappy is hooked up with the right girl Momma Dee surprised everyone by revealing her beautiful singing voice. It looks like her solo career as a singer is being launched. How come we haven't heard her voice before this time?  "I have been singing since I was a little girl,” says Momma Dee. “I was singing in nightclubs when Scrappy was a little boy with live bands throughout Atlanta.  When he became a teenager I kind of gave it up and let him chase his dream and got in behind him.  Since I was on Love & Hip-Hop I wrote the song, "I Deserve". It was written out of pain and anguish because a lot of people go on social media and say, ‘Momma Dee mind your own business and let Scrappy be a man.  Let Scrappy grow up to be a man; he's all grown.’ But what they don't understand is that my stepfather beat me physically and my mother allowed it to happen and he also beat her. She allowed these things to happen and it just tore me up. So I had to write about it and that's why you hear me sing a verse that says, ‘I thought a mother’s kind of love was supposed to be sent from heaven above. The day you left this world to my surprise the love I wanted from you inside you denied. But you're the reason why, mama I rededicated my life to my kids because I deserve, I deserve to be loved.’”

Scrappy look a little surprised but proud to see his mama onstage doing her thing and singing her heart out again. Maybe now that her singing career has taken off, she may not be able to keep up with Scrappy and his eggs. He said to her,  “I see you're back at it again mama” and Momma Dee said, “Yeah, I'm going to give it a second swing and see what happens."

Momma Dee and her brother were both abused by her stepfather at a young age. When children have nowhere to go, this type of situation leaves damaging scars mentally and physically. Thank goodness her grandparents were able to pull them out of that situation and get legal guardianship over with them. However, her journey was still a struggle. She did manage to stay in high school for a minute however; she ran away several times and had a drug overdose to try to kill herself because as a young girl she didn't know any other way out. "I thought by dying and being in a casket I would be safe," remembers Momma Dee. "It wasn't a safe environment that I was in and she loved him unconditionally even though he cheated and beat her.” 

Momma Dee revealed the day her mother, who was a schoolteacher told her that her husband; Momma Dee's stepfather wanted her out of the house.  He said she had to go. Momma Dee couldn't believe that a mother would let someone beat her and the kids who are not theirs then put them on the street. Plus when the same man who beats you tries to leave, you don't want him to go, but your child can go?!?  Even though this happened years ago you could still hear the pain, hurt and suffering that is still at the surface as though it happened yesterday. Momma Dee successfully raised two children in what could be a cold, cruel world and look at her now.  She stands victorious!  However, in order for her to remain victorious inside and out, that chapter in her life must be annihilated and then she must let it go. Momma Dee added, “Still waters run deep. My video for this song will be out shortly and it will document everything that happened to me.”

That's going to be a powerful video. I hope that it wakes people up to the abuse that is happening in the world. “Looking at it from a child's point of view you don't know how to get out of that and don't have any money to go anywhere, but as a grown woman, you have a chance to walk out of that and you don’t,” says Momma Dee. “Therefore you put yourself and kids you didn't have by him in physical danger.  Thank God I lived through it because it could've been enough to kill me. Some kids don't make it out. So I'm lucky to be here. I want women to hear me…  I need to reach the mothers… I need to tell women this... for those who can hear my voice... anytime someone has to beat you or verbally, mentally abuse you to justify their needs, that's not love. Get out of that and please mothers protect your children. Don't love your man more than you love the child you brought into this world because that child is a gift from God. Children don’t deserve that and when women say they stay in it for the kids, they are lying. They stay in it because they want to stay in that stupidness and that's co-addiction behavior.  LEAVE! If you love your child, you should love them enough to walk out of that.”

Now that you got a little bit of insight into the mind and the journey of Momma Dee, you know exactly why she is so protective over her children.  "A lot of people on social media don't know my story. I have two kids Scrappy and Jazzmine. They are grown however; no man will ever come between my kids and me. Sorry!"  We don't get a chance to see her daughter. She is trying to get her to come on the show. VH1 thinks Momma Dee gets crazy about protecting Scrappy so to have two children of Momma Dee's on the show would be unpredictable as to what would happen if anyone tried to harm her daughter. Momma Dee adds, “My daughter’s boyfriend doesn't have a job so I helped him get a job. She has two kids and I will put a knife to his neck if he handles my daughter the wrong way.” She laughs and says, “I don't play that; I don't play that. I live for those kids and they’re all grown. People say that my kids are grown and they have their own lives, their own children, but I don't care. This is what I told Scrappy and my daughter, ‘You belong to me and your kids belong to me. Now what!"

Momma Dee's mother died when they were filming season one. She was at the mortuary two days before they filmed the episode where Scrappy was having an asthma attack and Momma Dee felt that Erica didn't call for help quick enough and almost left her son for dead.  Momma Dee adds, "People didn't know that my mother had died two days before that episode. So when Scrappy stopped breathing because of an asthma attack and Erica didn't call the paramedics for him, it's real. People thought that it was all scripted. Unfortunately, I wish that I could read a script and go to work and portray this drama and have drinks at a bar around the corner with the person I just threw wine on or just tried to play like I was fighting… No, no; it's real.”
 With everything that Momma Dee knows about life, what would she tell her grandchildren about life?  “I would say to put God first and to love herself because how can you tell someone you love them and you don't love yourself,” advises Momma Dee.  “When you get ready to love someone and your actions show that you don't love yourself how could you love anyone else. You got to love yourself first and that goes for everyone.”

If you haven't noticed, Momma Dee is a good-looking woman and with her newfound fame I'm sure a lot of male suitors are asking for her hand. "She laughs and says, “Yes, I got a lot of marriage proposals on Twitter now.  I also had some death threats and people saying that when they see me they are going to kick my ass. I was at Bruce Bruce party and I had bodyguards around me. This lady reached her arm through the bodyguards and grabbed me. I jumped and asked her why would she do that? Why would you put your hands on me? You don't put your hands on people you don't know. Now out of sheer fear if I would have knocked the hell out of her, she would have to tried to sue me! Don’t touch me! There are other ways to get my attention. The people who have made threats or say they wanted to kick my ass, I don't know where they're coming from so you just can't walk up and put your hands on me to get my attention.  Don't touch me.  Another woman approached me and said, ‘I am your biggest fan.  Can I have a picture.’ I said, ‘Sure’ and I took the picture, but this other lady wants to pass her hands through my bodyguards and put her hands on me.”

This is been some journey that Momma Dee has been through from an early age. When she looks back at her life, it definitely has been an adventure.  She adds, “I feel like I was treated like a peasant and now I am the queen. I was once like Cinderella who wore shoes with holes in it because my mama bought everything for my baby sister who she had from my stepfather.  She was treated like she had a silver spoon in her mouth and I was treated just like Cinderella. So I know how it feels to be treated like a peasant.”

You can keep up with Momma Dee on her Twitter  https://twitter.com/ThaRealMommaDee Also look out for her book entitled. The Making Of A Queen In That Order. It should be out by the spring. She will definitely be on the next season of Love & Hip-Hop and one day she hopes that they will do a show where all the mothers of the sons on the show could talk about how they feel about their sons and the women in their lives. “Yes, I think that people would watch that,” says Momma Dee.  “It could be a one-time special. I think some interesting things will come out and a lot of women would be able to identify with us.” 

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Saturday, December 20, 2014

2 NYPD officers shot and killed execution-style in Brooklyn

Two uniformed NYPD officers were shot dead Saturday afternoon as they sat in their marked police car on a Brooklyn street corner — in what investigators believe was a crazed gunman’s ­assassination-style mission to avenge Eric Garner and Michael Brown.
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“It’s an execution,” one law-enforcement source said of the 3 p.m. shooting.
The tragic heroes were working overtime as part of an anti-terrorism drill in Bedford-Stuyvesant when they were shot point-blank in the head by the lone gunman, identified by sources as Ismaaiyl Brinsley, 28, who had addresses in Georgia and Brooklyn.
Moments after killing the two officers, he too was dead, having turned the gun on himself on a nearby subway platform as cops closed in.
“I’m Putting Wings on Pigs Today,” a person believed to be the gunman wrote on Instagram in a message posted just three hours before the officers were shot.
“They Take 1 Of Ours…Let’s Take 2 of Theirs,” the post continued, signing off with, “This May Be My Final Post.”

TO READ THE REST OF THIS STORY http://nypost.com/2014/12/20/2-nypd-cops-shot-execution-style-in-brooklyn/

Happy Birthday to a Phenomenal Women Icon Cicely Tyson 12.19

81 Years ago a Phenomenal Woman was born Cicely L. Tyson she was born on December 19th 1933 and today December 20th 2014 she is still here with us. God Bless Her.
Cicely Tyson is our Mother, Our Sister, Our Aunt, Our Friend and we all should be proud of her career and barriers she has set for others today.
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A National Treasure Ballerina Misty Copeland Top 5 Videos

Misty Copeland one of our favorite Phenomenal Women featured on our website site http://www.whosthatladyent.com  Since we launched on line June 2014 Misty has been our mold for makingsure young girls understand that you can do it as well she did.And for her Inspiration she set for the younger girls growing up into today society. We love that she has broke barriers from dancing for the ABT to writing books for Children.
So we are proud to display her Top 10 Videos of Misty Copleland work


The Nutcracker- featuring Misty Copeland 


"I Will What I Want:" How Misty Copeland Beat the Ballet Odds 

Misty Copeland: An Unlikely Ballerina's Story

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NYPD Cop Punch Restrained 16 Year Old Teen (RAW VIDEO)

Friday, December 19, 2014

Video! Hip Hop Veteran Spyder D " I Hate Being Black" R.I.P Larry Smith

Hip Hop Veteran Spyder D A man who stay true to the Culture of Hip Hop has always kept a keen mind in bringing Social Awareness Music to the table. His new Video "I Hate Being Black" is right on time with all the killing of our young brothers by the officers of the law.

Today we lost a legend in Hip Hop Larry Smith one of Hip Hop pioneering producers died today of natural causes. Larry has been dealing with a couple of strokes he suffered over the last 7 years and never got back to being healthy again.

FOR MORE ON LARRY SMITH CLICK HERE http://whosthatladyinc.blogspot.com/2014/12/rip-pioneering-hip-hop-producer-larry.html

R.I.P- Pioneering Hip Hop Producer Larry Smith Dies!

Here Larry Smith far left with RUN DMC

At 9:30 am this morning Hip Hop Pioneer Kurtis Blow just alerted me of Larry Smith Death. Over the years Larry has suffered a few strokes. We like to send our love out to a great Man who was respected for his work and kindness.
You can leave a message on his Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/WeLoveLarrySmith

Larry Smith Final Interview with Spyder D/ Fab 5 Freddy https://medium.com/cuepoint/the-triumphs-and-tragedies-of-larry-smith-ca3f259eec70 

For those who don't know his contributions to Hip Hop here is his wiki Info

Lawrence Michael "Larry" Smith (born 1951-2014) is a pioneering African-American musician and hip hop record producer. He is best known for his co-productions (with Russell Simmons) of Run-DMC's Run-D.M.C. (1984) and King of Rock (1985) and his solo production of Whodini's Escape (1984) and Back in Black (1986)
It is a measure of Smith's creative range that he could work simultaneously with the decidedly dissimilar Run-D.M.C. and Whodini. The former was rock-oriented, the latter leaned toward R&B—or as the critic Tom Terrell suggested, "Smith envisioned Whodini as the luxe Cadillac Seville to Run-D.M.C.'s Electra 225 hooptie.
Smith's work has engendered not just critical esteem, but popular success. In the month ending February 23, 1985, both Run-D.M.C. and Escape were certified gold by the RIAA, as was the Fat Boys' eponymous debut album, on which Smith played bass and helped to compose the hit single "Jail House Rap." These were among the very first hip hop albums to be certified for Gold-level sales by the Recording Industry Association of America.
In 1987 Whodini's John "Ecstacy" Fletcher described Smith as "the Quincy Jones of rap. In 2010 Run-DMC's Darryl "D.M.C." McDaniels claimed, "Larry Smith's musical arsenal equals Dr. Dre's." In 2009, the producer DJ Premier placed Smith first on his list of Top-5 Dead or Alive Producers, ahead of Marley Marl, Quincy Jones, James Brown, and Rick Rubin.

Larry Smith grew up in St. Albans, Queens, New York and attended Andrew Jackson High School. He taught himself to play bass by listening to James Brown's records. Eventually, Smith did all kinds of session work, played punk-rock, jazz, and blues, then logged stints in the house band of more than one musical.
In 1979, Smith was recruited by his old friend Robert "Rocky" Ford, then an aspiring record producer, to play bass on Kurtis Blow's "Christmas Rappin'." Smith went on to co-write and to play bass on other Blow recordings such as "The Breaks" (one of the first hip hop records to crack into Billboard's Hot 100 singles chart and achieve Gold sales status)"Hard Times," "Tough," "Day Dreamin'," and "The Deuce."
It was while working with Blow that Smith met Blow's manager, Russell Simmons. By 1982, the pair was producing records together, starting with a couple of singles for the rapper Jimmy Spicer: "The Bubble Bunch" (1982) and "Money (Dollar Bill, Y'all)" (1983).The latter has been sampled no less than 15 times, including by De La Soul ("Bitties in the BK Lounge," 1991), Maino ("Hi Hater," 2009), and Kanye West ("Eyes Closed," 2010). Retitled "Money Money," the song was covered in 1987 by the Jamaican toaster Reverend Badoo, who gave it a dancehall reggae treatment. (In 1985 Smith produced "Roots, Rap, Reggae" for Run-DMC and guest artist Yellowman. It was one of the earliest rap-reggae collaborations.) It was also covered by Coolio in 1997.
It was also in 1983 that Smith teamed up with guitarist-deejay Davy DMX and drummer Trevor Gale in a group called Orange Krush. Its one single, "Action," was very influential, not least because of Gale's stark and funky drumbeat. Before the year was out, Smith had transferred the beat to a drum machine, added some handclaps, and bestowed a name on the result: Krush Groove. He proceeded to apply the Krush Groove as a foundation to four of Run-DMC's early singles: "Sucker M.C.'s (Krush-Groove 1)," "Hollis Crew (Krush-Groove 2)," "Darryl & Joe (Krush-Groove 3)," and "Together Forever (Krush-Groove 4).