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Diddy’s Black Self Don’t Like Black Girls?!

Posted in Entertainment, Fashion and Beauty, Race and Culture with tags , , , , , , on March 30, 2009 by Noli

Sean Combs and Ciroc

So, last week Imperative Talent Management sent out a casting call for women to appear in a new Ciroc advertisement with Diddy…and they said they only wanted to women of the following races:  “White, Hispanic, or Light Skinned African American.”  Diddy supposedly organized this casting call.  Ciroc released a statement saying that they were not aware of the “inappropriate and offensive casting call” and they in no way condone such practices.  Essentially, they are trying to stay far away from this discriminatory BS cuz they know it’s not cool with a Black woman in the White House.  For real, Diddy, your mama Janice is brown, your baby mama is brown, and you SURELY are brown…so what’s the problem?!  [hello beautiful]


Puffy Speaks..and I Love It!

Posted in Community, Entertainment, Music, Politics with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 11, 2008 by Noli


Last night on Making the Band on MTV, Puffy started his discussion about “b*tchassness” once again.  Used previously to describe Robert that wanted be the star of the group but wasn’t performing, and most recently Que that called Audrey  when Danny was out with another girl, “b*tchassness” has been defined on Making the Band as basically acting like a serious b*tch when being b*tchy is not warranted, and carrying b*tch to the point of being whiney, which is not cute.

So, I was quite surprised last night when while watching Making the Band, the show stopped and they said “breaking news”…and Puffy comes on screen saying that there is “b*tchassness” in the Democratic Party, and that young people should not be discouraged and should still remain hopeful.  Based on recent events, this was clearly directed at Hilary Clinton, who has been playing dirty on the political field trying to get the nomination over Obama.  He recognizes that the young voters that have become excited about the political process may abandon it if they think the nomination has been stolen from their candidate.  We are not stupid…we know that the urgency to get Michigan and Florida to count is due to the desperation of the Clinton camp of being behind in delegates and the need to make the case that if this goes to convention, she should win.  Also dirty is Hilary and Bill’s “mention” of Obama as a VP candidate…to put it out to the voters that “look, you can have both of us!”  As Obama has stated, why is the person that is losing the race discussing the person that is winning taking the VP position?  Looks like it should be the other way around.

I applaud Puffy for bringing Hilary’s “b*tchassness” to light.  This is getting real tricky…I was actually a Hilary supporter at first, then decided I was an Obama supporter but still liked Hilary.  Now, because of her “b*tchassness” I don’t like her so much and don’t want her to be my Ms. President.