A loyal reader writes:

Hey Sandra,
I usually never get jealous, but when I saw all these pics of K. Michelle and Ryan Lochte I was sooo envious at the possibility that he could be dating her under the radar. I mean it’s rare that you find a Caucasian man with money, super attractive, and SWAG. Most Caucasians have 1 of the 3 mentioned. I’ve been watching the Olympics for Ryan only. He is soooo FINE! Ryan Lochte is soooo my type. Those grills in his month when he won the gold medal make me think K. Michelle might be his type of girl. Can you do a morning wood on Ryan Lochte on Monday lol

I still think Ryan tiptoes through the tulips, but I am happy to oblige my loyal fans.

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Serena Williams excited her west coast viewers after she crip walked following her historic first Olympic gold medal win in London. But not everyone was happy for her. Radio deejays Rosenberg and K.Foxx ripped Serena for incorporating the widely recognized gang dance move into her celebrations.

“She’s supposed to be a role model, not perpetuating gangster violence,” said K. Foxx.

The Crips are one of the largest and most violent gangs in gang-infested Los Angeles, and the Crip Walk supposedly spells out the name of the Crips with intricate footsteps.

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Olympic darling Gabrielle Douglas isn’t bothered by ignorant comments about her hair. She knows that people who talk negatively about others are hurting inside.

In an interview Sunday, the 16-year-old said she read some of the comments on the Internet after winning her 2nd gold medal in the London Olympics.

“I don’t know where this is coming from. What’s wrong with my hair?” said Douglas, the first U.S. gymnast to win gold in team and all-around competition. “I’m like, ‘I just made history and people are focused on my hair?'”

Douglas says she uses gel, clips and a ponytail holder to keep her hair in place while she competes in the Olympic gymnast competition. She’s worn her hairstyle — a combination of synthetic sew-ins mixed with her real hair — for years.

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Gabrielle Douglas, who won 2 gold medals in the 2012 Summer Olympics, covers today’s Washington Post. The 16-year-old, who is nicknamed “the flying squirrel,” wowed the crowds with her incredible athletic prowess.

In any other culture such amazing achievements would be a source of pride. But in the black community, there is a raging debate on the style and texture of Gabby’s hair — and the media is lapping it up. As a race we are already scraping rock bottom in America, but who ever thought we could go even lower?

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LeBron James joined teammates Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, of the elite Team USA, for a night of fun and drinking at the Funky Buddha nightclub at 3am in London early Wednesday. I’m told photographers were not allowed inside the club, but scantily dressed women were. Basketball players work up more than just a sweat on the court. They have physical needs that require immediate attention at least once or twice a day. But what their women don’t know won’t hurt them.

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There’s a ridiculous rumor circulating the internet that raspy voiced singer K. Michelle is dating Olympic heartthrob Ryan Lochte. But according to his own mom, Ryan is single and not ready to mingle.

From what I can glean from other blogs, K. Michelle tweeted her support for Ryan: “And the whip a@$ begin @ryanlochte wins his first gold medal. I’m so f*ckin proud of u.”

Then the blogs posted ONE photo of Ryan and KM sitting together last year — and from that one photo the rumors grew legs.

But mama Lochte shot the silly rumors down. Why would an Olympic gold medalist who has the world at his feet ever waste his time with a hoodrat from Memphis?

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Critics and child advocates called for the NCAA to levy the so-called “death penalty” on Penn State. But just moments ago, NCAA president Mark Emmert hit Penn State with a $60 million fine and a 4-year suspension during a press conference.

Saying Penn State was too big to fail, Emmert spared Penn State the dreaded “death penalty.” Instead, he stripped the school of its football wins from 1998 through 2011 — which places Joe Paterno behind football legends Eddie Robinson and Bear Bryant as the most winningest coaches in football history.

In addition to losing 1 year in football revenues, the NCAA also imposed a 4-year bowl ban on Penn State. The NCAA will allow Penn State football players to transfer to other schools where they will be eligible to play immediately.

The announcement came one day after demolition crews tore down the Joe Paterno statue on the Penn State campus. Paterno, who died in January, is accused of turning a blind eye toward the child molestation charges lodged against his former coach Jerry Sandusky.


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  • “Linsanity” is over — at least in New York City where it all started with a bang back in February.

    Jeremy Lin, the Asian sensation who lit up the NBA coming off the bench for the Knicks, is now a Houston Rocket. The Knicks passed on Lin before the Tuesday deadline rather than match the staggering $25 million offer sheet from the Rockets.

    Sports purists say Lin isn’t worth $25 million, which includes a balloon payment of $15 million in the 3rd year of his contract.

    Ironically, Houston dumped Lin before the start of last season. Many Red Nation fans don’t ever remember him in a Rockets uniform. Lin was claimed off waivers by the Knicks in December — and given a bargain basement salary of $600,000.


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  • Miami Heat Basketball star LeBron James was seen arriving at Manchester Airport with the rest of the men’s USA Olympic Backetball team ahead of their exhibition game at the Manchester Arena against Team Great Britain. Remember I told you that we British don’t coddle celebrities? When was the last time you saw elite basketball stars struggling to push their own luggage through an airport in the United States?

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