According to a report in The Wall Street Journal, the urban beauty products brand Carol’s Daughter filed for bankruptcy protection from its creditors. Carol’s Daughter founder Lisa Price disputes the report.
The Wall Street Journal reports that CD Stores LLC, formerly known as Carol’s Daughter Stores LLC, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in Manhattan bankruptcy court.
In case you haven’t heard, disgraced TV chef Paula Deen is back.
Deen, 67, is being given a second chance by corporate sponsors after she was unceremoniously dumped by the Food Network for being racially naive in these changing times.
“I’ve learned a lot,” said Deen in a cover story of this week’s People magazine.
“I feel like ‘embattled’ or ‘disgraced’ will always follow my name. It’s like that black football player who recently came out,” she said, referring to gay NFL draft prospect Michael Sam.
Deen continued: “He said, ‘I just want to be known as a football player. I don’t want to be known as a gay football player.’ I know exactly what he’s saying.”
An enterprising Girl Scout who set up shop outside a marijuana dispensary in San Francisco sold 117 boxes of cookies in 2 hours.
The reason for the whopping cookie sales is simple: the THC in marijuana boosts Dopamine in the brain. The increase in Dopamine gives weed smokers the munchies for cookies and other sweets.
Some might see gorging on cookies as a harmless side effect of weed smoking. But a recent study shows that traffic accidents have increased 300% in cities where marijuana is legal.
It is a known fact that marijuana leads to decreased attention span and increased anxiety, psychosis, and depression in users.
A South African pop star is quickly becoming a star in the United States — but not for her music. Dencia is making a name for herself in the west with her skin whitening product Whitenicious.
Delicia Cordon, aka @MsDeCordon, is among a class of young female entrepreneurs who are striking it rich on social media. Instagram.com has become a sort of haven for former gold diggers and groupies who desire to make a name for themselves and to become financially independent of their former sponsors.
— Tameka Harris (@TinyMajorMama) January 23, 2014
T.I. Harris’ wife Tameka “Tiny” Harris plans to launch a new line of tequila. Tiny announced her new venture on her Twitter page today. The 38-year-old mother of three challenged her followers to name the alcoholic beverage by visiting her website Tinystequila.com.
Whyte Chocolate, real name Monique Williams, is among a growing breed of bright, young female bosses who are striking it rich on social media.
Whyte Chocolate’s reputation as Atlanta’s top exotic dancer is legendary. Her name alone invokes awe and admiration for her exotic dancing skills. Whyte Chocolate is best known for her star turn in Nelly’s controversial music video “Tip Drill” as a human ATM machine. Whyte Chocolate was hands down your auntie’s favorite exotic artist. But her dancing career ended abruptly when Whyte Chocolate taken out of the club and wifed up by NFL star Demorrio Williams, 33.