Monday, December 14, 2009
Just when we thought Tiger Woods was having the worst week ever, Pleasure P comes in for the steal. Earlier today the 24-year-old Grammy nominee and ex-member of crude crew Pretty Ricky, was rumored to have had a history of child molestation with his then 4-year-old niece and 3-year-old nephew. Though the deets are startling, they’re also exhaustive. So Honey’s breaking down the disturbia…
The Twitter claim: Laura Goldstein (@AGoldsteinGirl), daughter and assistant of P’s attorney posted on Twitter several court docs that indicated he had been restrained from unsupervised visits with a 3-year-old boy and 4-year-old girl after inappropriately touching them. She said P had hired her father to get the records “sealed” and to file an injunction against the other men of Pretty Ricky to keep them quiet about it. She claims P never paid her father and started threatening her family, pushing her to publicly expose his past.
OOO Child, What do you think??? I wanna know
I haven't had a chance to check out the latest Disney movie "The Princess and the Frog" but just knowing that Disney has finally come out with a movie about the first ever African American princess is sooo awesome and what makes it even better is Princess Tiana is from MY home town New Orleans. If you haven't gone to see this movie I encourage you to. I know I will. Check out the trailer below
"Just when we thought the femcee lane had been cleared for only Nicki Minaj to take a spin, here arrives video-vixen-turned-rapper Lola Monroe, revving her engine — hella loud. The Indonesian, self-proclaimed Boss Bitch — with a derriere distracting enough to make straight girls stare — recently snapped in an interview that she “doesn’t do the [Nicki Minaj] Barbie thing. I really don’t agree with it, that’s basic.” Sounds like tactical war words to us, but perhaps because we’re admittedly biased when it comes to our darling Nickster. To be fair, we’re pinning the new girls to a face-off. Decide in the comments who you’re ultimately rooting for…?????
Life it self is sooo awesome,the good as well as the not so good;however, sometimes there comes a point in life where you have to make decisions. Sometimes it's easy and other times not so easy, but as we all know for every decision we make there is a consequence. The consequence could be either good or bad. In my opinion what makes certain decisions more difficult than others is when the consequence of your decision has a good and bad side, on top of the fact that it could hurt someone. So what do you do? Do you continue playing it safe and stay on the Easy road? or Do you take a risk step out on faith and take the Not so easy road and risk some things that presently makes you happy with no true knowledge that in the future it will remain that way? I have a tendency of giving up right when things seem to get a little complicated, afraid of fighting for what I want and afraid of losing, but I'm beginning to realize that if I continue to give up or assume something is not for me,because it's seems cloudy at the moment that I will NEVER receive what it is that God has for me,so I think on this scripture as away to remind myself that things may not be going the way I think they should right now, or I may not understand why things happen the way they do,but to remember to take each day one day at a time live each day as if it were my last and wait patiently for my reward and I encourage everyone reading this to do the same.
"The race is not given to the swift Nor the strong, but to he that endure until the end" ~Ecclesiastes 9:11~