R Kelly “Black Panties” Twitter Promo Gone Wrong #EpicFail R Kelly

R Kelly Black PantiesR. Kelly Forgive and Forget “NOT Happening” For R Kelly

Oh my Goodness! This is definitely an article for #IHATEMYPUBLICIST to read. Even though R Kelly has the Album of the week we never denied that R Kelly is not a Musical Genius. BUT sometimes no matter how talented the Highly talented are it does not erase the fact that the fans are never quick to forget when we make mistakes. Good Bad Ugly Mistakes or just down right Raunchy,low down dirty mistakes! WetPaint is too comical.

“On December 10, when the 46-year-old held an #AskRKelly Twitter Q&A, his fans (haters?) made it clear they’re not ready to forgive and forget. We won’t post the tweets here for reasons of sensitivity, but you can peruse the best (worst?) questions on Straight From the A. To sum it up, the R&B singer opened the door for a flood of #funnynotfunny tweets about his controversial past.”

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Kim Zolciak-Bierman’s Handsome Lil “KJ” Broke His Wrist Right Before Christmas :-(

Photo credit “Courtesy of Kim’s Twitter”kim-zolciaks-son-kj-broke-his-wrist__oPtWe know Kim Zolciak probably had to have 3 Margaritas to digest the news that lil “KJ’s Wrist was actually broken. Heck we had to have 5 when we read the news “How Terrible, KJ we wish you a speedy recovery sweetpea”

Poor lil KJ “him fall down go Boom”! This face is so priceless. I can only imagine how helpless he looks in his little cast. The good news is…babies little bones heal so fast and he’s so young that he will never even remember what happened. Hope he’s better soon Kim. We know he’ll be just fine in NO TIME at all.

On Sunday, Kim Zolciak took to her Twitter to announce that her sonKJ broke his wrist, she wrote:

Right before hubbys game last night KJ fell down and broke his wrist! Spent a few hrs in the ER! Its so horrible so see baby KJ in a cast ☹

(You and baby KJ are in our prayers Kim and Kroy)


      YOU KNOW IT’S A SHAME!! I had to wake up to my friend Terry Shropshire’s  Venom words.……. Check out what Rolling Out’s Editor at Large had to say about all this hating going on…..

Gabrielle “Gabby” Douglas, who just became the second black female gold medalist in the history of Olympics gymnastics, is representing her country proudly and with class and dignity. Sadly, the only thing some people can focus on is that her hair is not staying perfectly in place?!

She needs some gel and a brush…

Someone needs to give her a hair intervention…

She has to “represent”…

The swiftness by which some African Americans eagerly swarm and devour their own — and the level of venom, to boot — is dumbfounding as well as nonsensical. But it also reveals a level of undeniable and long-sustained self-revulsion that is nauseating  as well as mystifying. Just what purpose did this serve? This young, 16-year-old girl is a once-in-a-generation athlete who is accomplishing things that have never been done before, but you can only see a few strands of locks out of place. I’m not the only one dismayed and mortified by this unprovoked slam on an elite, pioneering sports star. Monisha Randolph, who runs a blog called Sporty Afros, came correct when she said this:


“So what’s the big deal about Gabby’s hair? From what I am reading on Facebook and Twitter, many African American women who are SITTING and WATCHING Gabby compete believe her hair is not “kept,” Randolph writes. “Have we forgotten that Gabby is competing at Olympics XXX? This is not “America’s Next Top Model” that we’re watching. These ladies are participating in a global athletic competition. And the last time I checked when you play a sport, you sweat. I know I do. And when a black woman who has chosen to wear her hair straight begins to sweat, her hair will (not might) begin to revert back to its natural coily, curly, or kinky state. Does Gabby need to stop every five minutes to check her hair? No. When one experiences back-to-back intense workouts, that person learns what works best on their hair.”

When Douglas became just the second African American female to win a gold medal in the sport, thereby amplifying her international profile exponentially, the ruthless attacks on Douglas’ hair by her own people increased exponentially, along with the accolades.
Cheeeelseeeyaaa. ‏@CHEL_seeyaa#gabbydouglashair hahahahahaha RT @sheegro@CHEL_seeyaa it’d break your wrist, your comb, AND your spirit.
Elton Lewis ‏@DrBingOw#GabbyDouglasHair is hiding Willy Wonka’s Golden Ticket

Apparently not satisfied with that, he continued:

Elton Lewis ‏@DrBingOw#GabbyDouglasHair was freed on the Underground Railroad….
Thankfully, most of the most absurd and uncouth comments have been removed from Twitter permanently.
But Randolph also illuminates a very important dilemma among black females: “A large number of Black women do not work out because of their beloved hairstyle. This is so sad and this is why Sporty Afros was created. We are here to help women with their workout hair care solutions and crush excuses such as ‘I can’t workout because of my hair.’”
No, Randolph, some black women (and who are we kidding; it’s more than just some) would rather be obese with protruding physical attributes, but who will also attract diabetes, heart disease, hypertension and other major medical maladies. But … at least their hair would look good on national TV. And their perfectly placed locks would look good in a casket that they entered prematurely because they failed to exercise regularly because perspiration would dampen their $200 do’s. But, oh boy, look at her cute hairstyle!

Douglas can perform aerial acrobatics that marvel the world and make her a darling of her sport, but she comes back to her own community and get taken apart like a bleeding zebra at a lion convention. This is the apex of ignorance and stupidity

Luckily, those critiquing Douglas’s hair (the kind of people who also probably criticized Dominique Dawes’ hair when she was the first black female to win gymnastic gold back in 1996, albeit before advent of social media) have awaken Douglas’ supporters by the truckloads. There’s a backlash, with many on Twitter defending the gymnast and rightfully blasting Douglas’ hair detractors:

Read the comments from supporters who came to Douglas’ defense against imbecilic and infantile hate, starting with this one below:

“Gabby Douglas got real hair and real Olympic. All y’all got is weaves and envy.”

Nicki Minaj Deletes her Twitter #dropsMic-WalksOutRoom #Barbz Revenge?

According to Global Grind there was a battle going on between Nicki Minaj and her Barbz. Then the Barbz started beefing and the rest was history. We say all this to say ISH just got real! Nicki Minaj deleted her twitter account earlier today, disappointing her army of 11 million Barbz.

With the deletion of her account, we learned that Nicki takes her music very seriously, as she should. The twitter drama started after Nicki found out that Nicki Daily (her biggest fansite) posted songs from Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded  before the album’s recent April 3 release date.

VIDEO: Nicki Minaj & 2 Chainz “Beez In The Trap”

Due to the leaked tracks, Nicki blocked Nicki Daily’s twitter, resulting in a war between the Barbz – some taking Nicki’s side and the others taking the fan site’s side. Nicki’s timeline was bombarded before she finally decided to chuck the deuces to twitter.

Nicki’s final tweets go like this:

And that’s exactly why I’m paying the barbz DUST right now! And deleting my twitter. Smdh – don’t cry 4 me Argentina

On 2nd thought I’ll just follow a new set of barbz. The ones I follow r very mean and ratchet. *side eyes them*

Exactly. Posted leaked music! *deletin twttr* RT @NickiBarbPink: @NickiDaily kno why they got blocked.

Like seriously, its but so much a person can take. Good f-cking bye

PHOTOS: Nicki Minaj Shuts Down Times Square

And, want some more drama? Nicki Daily deleted their twitter and literally put up a “closed” sign on the website’s front page while playing ‘Dear Old Nicki’ when visited.

Wow! Thoughts on the situation?