“Je doet STIFF”
A few days ago, I had the opportunities to hang out with female MC
I am Aisha.
I am Aisha.
You might remember a post I did a few months ago about her brand new video (at that time) and my fashion craze about her HUMONGOUS tutu she was wearing.
(if you don’t know what I’m talking about go and read it…I was all over the place!)
Well, we talked a few times and on Tuesday we met up for a day full of fun!
(mind you that I had to wake up at 6 am… because I had made an appointment for her to do her hair at one of my girl’s house…and off course… we were a lil’ bit late…
you know black people sometimes have issues with time! Lol!)
It’s time to get it cracking!
All these programmes out there who are focusing on bringing the “best” talent that there is on national TV, are working on my nerves…
CUT IT OUT!
Ya’ll spamming my evenings!
It don’t matter if it’s the search for the next person with the most talent, the one with the best dance skills or the prettiest male or female model in the country…we have it ALL!
The only thing I don’t get, is that they always get rid of the one who
ACTUALLY HAS something to offer.
Well that’s my opinion…
THERE IS HOPE!!!
Who said women can’t wear men’s clothes?
I hit up the man’s store Credo the other day, and boy was I happy I went inside!
You know how you (as a woman) can sometimes feel a lil’ awkward when you enter a men’s store…
Because first of all…
ALL EYES ARE ON YOU…
and second of all…
YOU ARE ALL BY YOURSELF.
I used to feel intimidated when walking pass that store.
But this time, I had to go in. I was looking for a present for somebody else…but I ended up buying something for myself! (I know, I know…it doesn’t matter where I go, I always find something for myself… even if it’s in a men’s store!)
Single Ladies is finally back on TV (internet!)
OMG! I have waited for what has felt like an ETERNITY for my favourite show to get back on the net.
For the ladies (and gents) out there who don’t know what “Single Ladies” is about…it’s just like “Sex & The City” but with a lil’ ”black” twist to it.
The series is created by Stacey A. Littlejohn and produced by the one and only Queen Latifah .
The story is about 3 fabulous woman living & circling around in uptown Atlanta, Georgia.
The main characters are played by LisaRey McCoy, Charity Shea & Denise Vasi
(replacement for Stacey Dash…who has been killed off by an email…
what’s next? Death by Instagram?)