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A woman and her boyfriend, who were not wearing face masks, were asked to leave the Texas State fairgrounds because she was dressed inappropriately.

A witness tells Sandrarose.com exclusively that the woman and her boyfriend, who are both aspiring rappers, were approached by an official at the state fair.

The witness said the official told the woman she was dressed inappropriately for the family-oriented event that was packed with children.

She was reportedly asked to leave, and she complied without incident.

Apparently, the official had received numerous complaints about her attire.

The woman, unidentified on social media as aspiring rapper "Asian Doll", wore a pair of revealing cutoff shorts and a cropped top.

Her boyfriend, identified as aspiring rapper "Jackboy," wore a green shirt and white jogging pants.

Video shared by The Neighborhood Talk Instagram blog shows the couple walking hand-in-hand at the fair.

The Texas State Fair is an annual event held in Dallas. The fair kicked off on September 24, and runs through Sunday, October 17, according to the official website.

Instagram officials agreed with the official.

One IG user wrote:

"Who dress like this at a fair knowing kids are there ! Is this the fair or the freak party ? shorts all up her behind !"

 

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NBA Hall Of Famer and Atlanta Hawks legend, Dominique Wilkins, called into Ryan Cameron Uncensored on Majic 1075/975 (WAMJ/Atlanta) with his girlfriend, Sharon Chambers, to describe the incident at Le Bilboquet restaurant in Buckhead.

Wilkins told Ryan Cameron that he and Chambers were denied entry to the upscale Buckhead eatery because of racism. In the photo above, Chamber is seen talking to the manager at the door of the restaurant.

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"I was dressed very appropriate... very elegantly," Wilkins said. "I was dressed better than half the guys who was in there." He described "white guys" coming in wearing shorts, sneakers and t-shirts."

Despite the restaurant's sincere apology on Sunday and Monday, Wilkins said he will never go back to their establishment ever again.

During the interview, LeBiloquet issued an updated statement, saying they would be "re-evaluating the dress code" and mandate employees to take diversity training.

"We sincerely apologize to Dominique Wilkins for the events that occurred on May 22. No patron of our restaurants should be made to feel unwelcome or less than, and for that we are deeply sorry. It was never our intention to make Mr. Wilkins – or anyone else for that matter – feel that way at our restaurant."

The statement goes on to say employees will be required to take diversity, equity and inclusion training and "require it as part of our employee onboarding process moving forward."

Ryan Cameron Uncensored airs weekdays 2-6 PM on Majic 1075/975.

Listen to Wilkins' interview with Ryan Cameron below.

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Lil Yachty is launching his own nail polish line for men after a male student was suspended from school for wearing polish.

TMZ caught up with Yachty at LAX Airport, where he was asked to comment on the 17-year-old student who was suspended for wearing nail polish to class at Clyde High School in West Texas (see video below).

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Yachty, who was wearing Christmas-themed nail polish, praised men who gussied themselves up in makeup, nail polish and other feminine decorations.

"Why do we still have barriers?" he asked TMZ. "If somebody wants to express themselves and it's not harming anyone or bringing anybody down they should be allowed to do so. I don't really see the purpose."

The effeminate rapper shared details about his own line of polish for men: "I've been in development working on my own nail paints, it's called Cree."

He added: "It's essentially unisex, but I want it to be more focused on men to use it and be comfortable."

Yachty has a message for rappers who object to males wearing nail polish and other feminine adornments: "Bruh, it's 2020. It's 'bout to be 2021. What are the barriers?"

Yachty gets his mani's and pedi's done by an Atlanta nail tech who goes by the Twitter handle @SpalshyStackss.

Yachty isn’t the only gender neutral rapper who rocks polish. Playboi Carti and A$AP Rocky also wear nail polish and cosmetics.
 

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Tributes continue to pour in for former NBA Commissioner David Stern, who died on New Year's Day after suffering a brain hemorrhage. He was 77.

Stern transformed the NBA's hardscrabble players into polished gentleman by enforcing a strict dress code that required them to dress like the multimillionaires they are.

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Stern's dress code required all players to wear business attire such as tailored suits when coming to work and while departing the sports arena. Injured or benched players were also required to dress like they were owners.

The dress code was implemented after fans complained that they couldn't tell the NBA players from the criminals on the street.

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The worst offenders were NBA legends Allen Iverson (left) and Tim Duncan (not pictured), whose slovenly attire included throwback jerseys and baggy jeans.

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Stern's dress code was initially met with fierce opposition, as many NBA players complained and accused him of forcing them to dress like "the man.”

But the players soon settled into a routine of dressing impeccably in custom suits and designer shirts and shoes.

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Pro athletes like Dwyane Wade (pictured), LeBron James, Chris Paul, and Russell Westbrook routinely made best dressed lists.

It looks like a men's fashion show when players arrive at arenas now. And that is all due to Stern's influence.

Turning NBA boys into men is among Stern's undying legacies.

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A wise person once said, "Wherever you go, there you are." Your problems will follow you wherever you go - unless you are willing to make a change.

For busty traffic reporter Demetria Obilor, switching jobs didn't solve her problems. Obilor, 26, was a traffic reporter for KLAS-TV in Las Vegas, when one viewer complained on Facebook about her distracting attire.

Obilor favors curve-fitting club dresses, the type that leaves nothing to the imagination. Male viewers thought Obilor's attire was appropriate for work. But her tiny dresses caused a commotion with female viewers.

Obilor has been a traffic reporter for two weeks at WFAA Channel 8 News in Dallas, Texas. She still wears impossibly short dresses with plunging necklines. And female viewers are still commenting on her distracting attire.

"She's a 16/18 woman in a size 6 dress and looks ridiculous," said one female viewer in a post on Facebook.com. The viewer threatened to stop watching WFAA if station management doesn't enforce the dress code.

Obilor shared a screenshot of the post on social media. "I'm not a 16/18, but even if I was, for you to try to call out my size like that to hurt me or discriminate against me, I'm not for that," she told NBC News.

Obilor, who is biracial, was attacked at her previous job for wearing her hair natural.

She shared a screenshot of an email from a woman who said her natural hair must be hard to clean and "smell bad."

"Black people on TV; there’s nothing wrong with that," Obilor said. "Naturally, curly hair — I don't care if a black woman wants to wear her hair straight or in braids, you don't get to say what's professional and what's not professional based on your white standard of beauty."

She added: "When you get older and you're in the news people warn you that, 'Hey, you're going to be under a harsh lens. People are going to critique you, people are going to say mean things about you.'"

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A Texas schools superintendent is under fire for telling a woman to cut her grandson's dreadlocks or put him in a dress for wearing his hair too long.

The unusual demand was made after the school notified the grandmother that her grandson was in violation of the school's dress code.

Randi Woodley and parents of children attending a Texas school say the school board altered the dress code to discriminate against Black children.

"I went to the principal's office, where she explained to me that my grandson's hair was too long," Woodley told KETK.

Woodley said she attended the school board meeting where she addressed the restrictive dress code with Tatum Independent School District's superintendent.

"He told me that I could either cut it, braid it and pin it up or put my grandson in a dress and send him to school and, when prompted, my grandson must say he's a girl," Woodley said.

The school district's policy states: "No ponytails, ducktails, rat-tails, male buns or puffballs are allowed on male students. ALL male hair of any type SHALL NOT extend past the top of a t-shirt collar, as it lays naturally."

But Woodley says the dress code targets Black boys like her grandson who wear dreadlocks past their collars.

Parent Kambry Cox told KETK that her son thinks something is wrong with his dreadlocks.

"With my son's dreadlocks, sometimes they do fall in front of his face, so I felt it would be easier to put his hair up, but then that's a problem," Cox said.

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