Tina Knowles pens open letter

Knowles matriarch Tina Knowles-Lawson kick started her Mother’s Day celebration early by penning an open letter to her four daughters on Wednesday.

You’re probably thinking: Tina only has 2 daughters — Beyonce and Solange.

But, in her moving open letter, Tina also claimed her ex-husband’s rumored Love child, Kelly Rowland, and her morbidly obese niece Angie Beyince.

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Chuck Creekmur Pens Open Letter to Nicki Minaj

Rap idol Nicki Minaj once vowed she would change her crazy, pre-Superbass-era ways. She changed her style, even tossing her wigs and weave extensions aside to embrace her own natural flowing locks.

In an interview, she said:

“I went so far to the other side that there’s only one place to go from there. You can either continue doing costumes or you can just say, ‘Hey guess what? This will shock them even more. Doing nothing will shock them even more.'”

Nicki’s brief social experiment ended with a loud bang when she released the cover for her new single “Anaconda”.

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Jada writes open letter

Actress Jada Pinkett-Smith penned an open letter to a friend who has decided to get a divorce. In her letter, which she posted on her Facebook page, Jada said couples who hope to grow old together must give each other space and time apart to miss each other.

By sheer coincidence, actress Gabrielle Union and her boyfriend Dwyane Wade separated for a time over the summer when rumors swirled that Wade stepped out on Union with a sports groupie.

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Frank Ski and Don Lemon

Local restauranteur Frank Ski, left, tweeted his response to CNN anchor Don Lemon’s oral dissertation on what’s wrong with black men in America.

Lemon, 47, recently defended Bill O’Reilly’s low opinions of black men, saying O’Reilly didn’t “go far enough” in his depiction of black men as social outcasts.

Addressing black people directly, Lemon, who is openly gay, listed “5 Things To Improve Black America,” beginning with “Pull up your pants.”

In his letter to Don, titled “I’m just saying,” Ski tweeted “It was extremely irresponsible for a person of your influence to point fingers and criticize without also listing the “Systemic Racisms” of America that brought us to this point.”

Ski, 49, who owns Frank Ski’s Restaurant and Lounge, left V-103 last year after 14 years at the helm of the station’s top-rated Frank Ski Morning Show and Frank and Wanda Morning Show.

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