Stand-up comedian Jon Stewart took offense to Fox News pundit Seah Hannity calling crack dealer-turned-rapper Jay Z a “former crack dealer.”
A controversial cross pendant designed by fashion mogul Tom Ford has Catholics everywhere outraged. The tiny gold plated cross hanging on a delicate chain is in the shape of a penis.
The Catholic League is offended by the phallic symbol — and the fact that it was created by a homosexual.
Camille Cosby, wife of embattled comedian Bill Cosby, has responded to reports that her husband is a serial rapist.
Mrs. Cosby released a statement to the media yesterday affirming her marital vows to stand by her husband.
CBS basketball analyst Scott Gottlieb, host of the Gottlieb Show on CBS Sports Radio, irked his Twitter followers when he posted a controversial tweet about Kobe Bryant during the Lakers game last night.
Aussie rapper Iggy Azalea is hip hop’s favorite punching bag of the moment. Everyone from Snoop Dogg to Eminem has dragged the ghost face rapper. Normally Sandrarose.com ignores Internet beef because they hold no entertainment value. But, during another public cry for attention, socialite Azealia Banks disrespected friend of the blog and Iggy’s mentor, rap tycoon T.I. Harris, during an unhinged rant on social media platform Twitter.com last night.
Here’s a parody video of the controversial “I’m not GAY no more” video that seemed to upset straights and gays alike. For some reason people have a hard time believing a gay man can turn his life around and decide not to give in to his unnatural urges.
If you notice, the criticism and outrage is almost entirely aimed at black gay men who convert back to heterosexual.
Society seems to have an easier time dealing with black men who are gay or cross dressers. They’d rather see strong black men as limp wrested caricatures of what black men should be.
So when a gay black man decides to turn his life around and go straight, he is met with hatred and mistrust. Black women like this one here question his sincerity — as if it’s so difficult to believe that a man wants to be what he was born to be: a man.
Watch the parody and the original videos below.
An average-looking woman wearing tight jeans and a tight top was filmed walking the streets of New York city for 10 hours expecting men to do what men do: notice her.
And in noticing her, they vocalized their appreciation of her feminine attributes — as heterosexual men have done since the beginning of time. Men instinctively notice women of child-bearing age. It’s in their nature.
Millions of women vented their outrage at the men in the video, who did nothing more than exercise their constitutional rights to express themselves in a non-violent manner.