A 6-year-old Tulsa, Oklahoma girl was sent home from school because her unkempt dreadlocks violated the school’s dress code.
Tiana Parker’s father, Terrance Parker, told KOKI that his daughter was pulled out of class at Deborah Brown Community School for having the “wrong hairstyle.”
“She’s always presentable,” explained Parker, who is a barber by trade. “I take pride in my kids looking nice.”
“They didn’t like my dreads,” the little girl cried during an interview with a KOKI reporter.
Rapper The Game is speaking out against a New Jersey ban that prohibits sagging pants on the world famous boardwalk. The law bans the wearing of pants that sag 3 inches below the hips, exposing skin or underwear.
But Game, whose real name is Jayceon Terrell Taylor, is outraged by the anti-sagging law which he compares to slavery.
Like most rappers, The Game is blissfully ignorant to the fact that most decent citizens do not want to see the color and brand of underwear he has on.
It takes a man with extreme confidence to wear what NBA star Dwyane Wade wore to last night’s 2nd round playoff game between his Miami HEAT and the hapless Chicago Bulls. Wade wore a tailored sport jacket paired with tight capri pants and leather driving shoes. Wade’s Metrosexual look was selected by his stylist, Calyann Barnett, who for years has feminized Wade’s image with a softer style palette. Barnett sent along one of her assistants to make sure Wade was camera-ready.
Watch the video of Wade strutting in his capris after the break.
NBA superstar LeBron James elevated his already ridiculous ballin’ skills to new heights earlier this week when he led his Miami Heat to a thrilling come-from-behind victory over his former team, the hapless Cleveland Cavaliers.
King James posted a triple-double — the 34th triple-double of his career — to rally the Heat to victory from a deficit of 27 points, keeping the HEAT’s record breaking win streak alive!
LeBron may be a monster on the court, but off the court, the father of 2 prefers being laid back and casual.
Oklahoma City Thunder star guard Russell Westbrook really doesn’t care what you think. Neither does his teammate Kevin Durant. The two men routinely push the limits of acceptable male fashion by wearing what appears to be feminine-inspired clothing.
A popular 16-year-old Lower East Side teenager was gunned down after he refused to hand over his expensive winter parka to a gang of thugs, the NY Post reports.
Raphael Ward became the first shooting victim of the New Year in New York City. Ironically, he predicted his own death on his social networking account hours before he was shot.
Ward, whose Facebook name was “BloccBoy Tokyo” wrote “I’m dead,” according to friends. The teen was shot once in the chest in front of the DeWitt Reformed Church at 280 Rivington St. about 9 p.m. on Friday, according to the NY Post. Ward died near the apartment he shared with his single mother and younger brother. His mother was too distraught to speak to a reporter.
It’s a sign of the times when parents don’t bat an eye as their school age daughters leave home dressed like hookers.
Young girls are inspired to wear skimpy clothing by celebrity idols such as Beyonce and Rihanna. But one high school principal has had enough of the endless parade of stripper outfits in his high school hallways.
Minnetonka high school Principal David Adney told The Star Tribune: “This new trend doesn’t seem right, it’s troubling. Cover your butts up — I’m just going to say it straight up. We’re seeing too much.”