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Boosie expressed his disapproval of fake body parts in a Twitter post. The rapper revealed he is turned off by fake body parts on women.

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"IM TIRED OF SEEIN THIS PLASTIC SURGERY SMH EVERYBODY BODY PARTS LOOK THE SAME Titties, ass , hips etc. #ladies TRY NOT TO CHANGE YOUR FACES SO MUCH N MEN MOTIVATE YOUR BITCH SO SHE AINT FEELING SHE MISSING ANYTHING #isaidit."

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Twitter users said the rapper is sending mixed signals. One user reminded Boosie that women with fake body parts are in his music videos.

"Lol Boosie you lowkey trip for those fake a** and titties, you use them in your music videos too practice what you preach Brodie."

Another user tweeted: "About time someone said something."

While a female fan proudly exclaimed, "All natural here."

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Steve Harvey ripped into Kirk Franklin's ungrateful son for publicly embarrassing his father by posting an audio clip of their argument.

Harvey shared his opinion on the controversy surrounding Franklin after his son, Kerrion Franklin, released audio of the gospel singer shouting and cursing at him.

The 33-year-old also alleges that his father was verbally and physically abusive toward him.

Harvey said he called Franklin before going in on Kerrion.

"Kirk Franklin has always been there for me. So I called him. And I told Kirk -- Kirk say, 'Unc, I'm having a tough day today.' And I just called him to lift him up, to tell him, 'Nah, man, get your head up out the dirt. Because you didn't do nothing wrong.'"

He added:

"The pain that Kirk Franklin was in was for twofold. First of all, the betrayal of his son. That had to be devastating. That you would think so little of me. That you would take me in one of my rawest moments and try to destroy me by posting something that was purely between me and you."

Harvey then addressed Kerrion directly:

"And his son knew exactly what he was doing. That's why he posted it. But his son only posted the part that he thought could hurt Kirk. He didn't post the part of what he was asking of Kirk. He didn't post the part of what led up to Kirk's anger.

"He ain't posted none of the years -- like Kirk was telling y'all about the therapy. But I'm telling you for a fact -- [Kerrion] didn't post and tell you about none of the years that he's tried to make Kirk feel guilty and drag him through the mud and expect more Kirk's new family was getting this and he didn't feel like he getting that..."

Harvey continued:

"This young man -- this boy is thirty three years old. How you 33-years-old and posting something your father said. That don't make no sense. That shows you the lack of manhood that this man has."

Harvey went on to chastise the church "wit y'all righteous self" for criticizing Franklin for using profanity.

"Y'all get off Kirk's back! 'Cause I tell you right now, you're making a mistake. You come over here, you gon' get cussed smoove out!"

Harvey added: Kirk don't owe none of y'all no apology."
 

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The internet is talking about Ayesha Curry grooming her husband Stephen Curry to be a gangsta thug.

According to the internet, Steph's dominant wife Ayesha totally rules him and their household. He doesn't appear to have the manly fortitude to tell his wife to back off and let him be the man and the head of their household.

In a recent video, Young Men's Daily Red Pill explains why Ayesha is grooming Steph to be the bad boy thug she never had.

"She's tired of Steph being the nice guy... She's trying to bring out the gangsta in Steph Curry before she cheats on him."

If you recall, Ayesha whined that she doesn't get enough male attention in her private messages as Steph receives from women in his direct messages on Instagram (Ayesha controls Steph's social media accounts).

YMDRP theorizes that Ayesha never had the chance to go through her "h*e phase" - so she's doing it now by undergoing plastic surgery and posting Thot pictures on the 'Gram.

He says women like Ayesha and Ciara Wilson are trying to groom their good men to be the bad boys they really want in their beds.

What do you think?
 

 

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Marc Lamont Hill weighed in on the controversy surrounded embattled TV journalist Gayle King.

The "CBS This Morning" host was dragged on social media after she questioned former WNBA star Lisa Leslie about Kobe Bryant's 2003 rape allegation.

Bryant, 41, his 13-year-old daughter Gianna, and seven others died in a helicopter crash 2 weeks ago.

The backlash continued on Monday when King's supporters sent the hashtag #IStandWithGayle trending on Twitter.com.

King's bestie, media mogul Oprah Winfrey, broke down while explaining the stress King was under. "She's not doing well," Oprah said, while fighting back tears.

Rapper Snoop Dogg, 48, made the situation worse when he called her a "b*tch". His followers sent death threats to King on social media. King reportedly called out sick on Friday.

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In a special segment with theGrio, award-winning journalist, Marc Lamont Hill weighed in on the disrespect toward a 65-year-old, successful Black woman.

"[Snoop Dogg] talked about Black people doing the most harm to ourselves," said Hill. "He talked about what this might do to Kobe's family - all valid points. Even if you disagree with them, they're valid points. The issue for me comes in when Snoop also calls Gayle King a ‘funky, dog-face b*tch.' That crosses the line. That becomes misogyny; that becomes sexism."

Hill said King's question about the link between the rape allegation and Kobe's legacy was a fair one, but the timing of the question and the follow-up question went too far.

"You could see Leslie's face that she was uncomfortable," said Hill. "You could see that that follow up question [was] a little combative and I do think that it crossed the line."

He continued: "Remember, she's not interviewing a scholar, she's not interviewing an expert on sexual assault. She's interviewing a dear friend, days after a death, and to watch her have to even think about that question or to have to think on the spot about how to publicly reconcile how she thinks... or to make sense of that and articulate that at a moment's notice is not how you do journalism."

Hill said the level of disrespect for a Black woman also crossed the line.

"You can critique Snoop Dogg. You can critique Gayle King - we can have these conversations, but we have to do so in ways that humanize and not dehumanize," he said.

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This news might be unsettling for some of you. Visitors to Disqus-enabled blogs may have noticed a few changes on Thursday, Oct. 3.

The most significant changes are Disqus brings back down voting, and the comments counts have vanished on most blogs, including Sandrarose.com.

Additionally, most Disqus users report the total upvotes and comments totals on their profiles are gone.

Understandably Disqus users and blog publishers are irate over the changes, particularly blog visitors who believe down votes encourages online bullying.

Disqus has been working for the past 24 hours to fix the bug that crashed the comments counter, as well as restoring the cumulative upvote totals.

The loss of comments counts and upvotes may be due to a bug, but the downvotes are here to stay according to a post on Disqus.com.

In a blog post dated Oct. 2, Disqus writes:

"Previously, we hid how many downvotes a comment received and only displayed the total upvotes, but we believe that liking and disliking something is a big part of how we engage with content and communicate with each other."

Disqus explained that the goal in bringing back down votes is to encourage more dialogue "between people with different opinions to have more constructive interactions."

Some Disqus users are pulling out their hair over the concept of receiving even a single down vote.

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Another Disqus user wrote:

"If you're going to downvote, STAND BY IT. If you show names by upvotes, show names by downvotes. Otherwise, you're just enabling the trolls."

Question: Why do you down vote?

  • The comment does not contribute to the discussion
  • You disagree with the comment
  • You don’t like the user
  • You think the comment should appear lower in the discussion thread
  • Will you comment less if you receive down votes?

    Reginae Carter addressed the latest viral social media challenge that she says is "degrading" to young girls on social media. The 20-year-old reality TV star is referring to the cucumber challenge in which young women eat cucumbers whole. That's the best way I can describe it on a family-oriented blog.

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    Acne Studios has confirmed rumors that the model who embodies the "ideal woman" is in fact a 12-year-old boy.

    Frasse Johansson is the petite model seen teetering on high heels while wearing a $1,200 coat and $400 shades in Acne's forthcoming campaign.

    Yahoo Style's senior editor Leeann Duggar thinks Acne went too far:

    Sometimes, you know in your heart of hearts that something terrible is true. And yet, you still reserve the right to be annoyed when it's actually confirmed before your eyes.

    Today, we see proof of the old saw that, for fashion designers, the ideal woman's body is, in fact, that of a pre-pubescent boy. WWD announced that the forthcoming fall campaign by fashion-forward Swedish brand Acne Studios will star Frasse Johansson, who is a 12-year-old boy.

    Who is modeling very expensive clothes meant for adult women.

    "Walking in high heels is so hard," Johansson told WWD. "I don't understand how anyone can walk in them." Welcome to the patriarchy, kiddo, enjoy your blissfully brief stay.

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    Thanks to loyal reader Mshan Yisrael for the tip.