Dear Snake

Many didn’t understand why I befriended you. They said it would never work. You being you and me being me, but when you came into my life I was lonely. I yearned for companionship and that seemed to be what you were offering. We got along fine at first. You made me laugh, lightened my spirit… I’m always so focused on my work. I started noticing subtle things that bothered me. I gave you the benefit … Continue reading

The Eyez of the Beholder

What you see is not always a depiction of what is being displayed but more often a reflection of one’s own thoughts, beliefs, and intelligence levels. For instance, the picture above– what do you see? When I first came across this image on Facebook at first glance my only thought was wow what a beautiful chocolate model and  creative family photo. I scrolled on really didn’t think anymore about it until I kept seeing and discovered … Continue reading

Ray Allen To Open Organic Fast-Food Restaurant In Miami, FL

The environmentally friendly restaurant will serve healthy cuisine at an affordable cost, and will even have a rooftop garden to supply the kitchen with fresh herbs, vegetables, and leafy greens. If what you seek doesn’t exist yet, “be the change” and create it! That’s what former Celtics star Ray Allen and his wife, Shannon Brown, are doing. After struggling to feed their son, who has Type 1 diabetes, healthy food on-the-go, the couple decided that … Continue reading

Daisy Lewellyn Dies at Age 36

Sad news to report for the Bravo family: Blood, Sweat & Heels star Daisy Lewellyn has died at the age of 36. “We are devastated to learn that Daisy Lewellyn from Bravo’s Blood, Sweat & Heels has passed away this morning after a battle with a rare form of Cancer. Daisy passed on in peace and filled with joy, surrounded by her family and friends,” a Bravo spokesperson said in a statement. “We are all … Continue reading

Welcome to KY [Derby Edition]

Being born and raised in the Bluegrass state I’m fully aware that most people think of 3 things when they think of KY: chicken, basketball, and horses. While moving around the country I often even hear people say they didn’t know there were black people in Kentucky. I’ve even had to argue with guys that I wasn’t from Atlanta or somewhere!!! Not only am I from Kentucky… I am the Queen of Kentucky bayyybeee and with … Continue reading

Diddy To Open Charter School In Harlem

Puff Daddy Announces Bad Boys Reunion Tour

Capital Preparatory Schools announced on Monday that it has been tapped by Sean “Diddy” Combs to open a new school in Harlem beginning Fall 2016. Danita Jones, an esteemed educator from Orlando, will serve as Principal of Capital Preparatory Harlem Charter School, which will be located at 1 East 104th Street, New York, NY. The school is committed to enlisting some of the most committed teachers, and is currently seeking talented educators from across the … Continue reading

Recognizing Greatness

 Young Greatness seems to have been the perfect choice of name for this New Orleans Native rapper. With the well-deserved success of his mixtape, I Tried to To Em which features the blazing hit single “Moolah” (produced by Jazze Pha), has come the very significant co-sign from world renowned music mogul Akon who refers to the flourishing sensation as “the future”. I was lucky enough to catch the two sharing the stage at PeckerHeads Austin, TX during … Continue reading


Last year I attended the SCM awards for the first time. I’d heard about it and even seen different things via my social media outlets but had never experienced the SCMs for myself. I had a million different things I was scheduled  to do on the date the awards were set last year, and although I wanted to be there,  I mentally excused myself because of my other obligations. I thought about it though and … Continue reading

Dreams Resurrected

It was a day like any other during my week at SXSW, but while sitting on a picnic table in front of the Austin Convention Center and scrolling facebook, I happened upon the picture above. This picture was posted by Tracey Shulz and captioned “The streets are littered with broken dreams”. The street was 6th Street and like most every street near downtown Austin, Texas during one of the biggest music festivals in the world … Continue reading

Dear King,

DEAR KING, First I’d like to say: thank you for earning your crown. It’s not easy nowadays to live in a way that deserves the adornment of royalty yet. You haven’t fallen victim to the influences of today’s society and have held your standards as high as your head, and for that we are grateful. Who are we you may ask… We are your queens. You may not see us as you scroll your timeline, … Continue reading