Aww! Who couldn't Love me!
Sista Strut Breast Cancer Walk
My family is the reason I work hard and the reason failure is not an option!
Treat everyday like its your last and never take the people around you that you love for granted!
I can't believe I have a sixth grader!! B!
Mickey makes it hard for mommy to pay attention! Who couldnt love this face!
My 3 boys.. reppin St. Louis!!
Oprah Winfrey’s Network is pumping out new shows left and right and “Raising Whitley” is the next in line at the rising network. The “docu-series” follows veteran actress-comedian Kym Whitley and her quest to raise her adopted son Joshua.
Check out a snippet of the show synopsis below and view the tear jerker video above..
You can also find this on the soundtrack of Walt Disney’s Oz the Great & Powerful, which is in theaters now!
Check out Tina in the Up coming issue of the German edition of Vogue Magazine! Looking oh so darling!
Girl friend working it at 73!! See more of Tina click here!
Tickets on sale Saturday, February 16 at 10am. Click here
Purchase tickets at the Ford Box Office at Scottrade Center, at all Ticketmaster Ticket Centers or online at ticketmaster.com. A per ticket facility fee will be added to the price of all tickets. Additional Ticketmaster fees may apply.
The “Ultimate Mother’s Day Concert” will also feature the comedic talents and the hilariously funny, Don “DC” Curry, this comedian/actor and star of stage and television has appeared in films, movies and television series such as: “Friday” , “Friday After Next”, “The Steve Harvey Show”, “Everybody Hates Chris”, and “The Boondocks”. Come see “Uncle Elroy” tear the house down and keep you laughing and enjoying a wonderful Mother’s Day.
The timeless voices of three of the most sensual and charismatic entertainers in the music industry will grace the stage , look forward to an electrifying and high energy show featuring Eddie Levert, Keith Sweat and Johnny Gill as they mesmerize concert goers as they perform such mega hits such as: “For The Love Of Money”, “Let Me Make Love To You”, “Make It Last Forever”, “I Want Her”, “Rub You The Right Way”, “In The Mood”, and “My, My, My”. Also, enjoy “LSG” favorites inclusive of: “Door #1”, “My Side of the Bed”, and “My Body”.
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By Angela Laws, ConreteLoop.com:
March 9th, marks the 16th year anniversary of the death of rapper Christopher “The Notorious B.I.G.” Wallace. The 24 year-old was brutally gunned down in Los Angeles, while in the city on a promotional tour for his sophomore album, Life After Death. Since his death, his legacy has grown and he is still a relevant voice and image in hip-hop / rap culture.
While searching youtube for some Biggie interviews, I came across one that I’ve never seen before. Shot in 1995 on the set of the video for his song, “Warning,” the interview features a laid back Biggie talking about his debut album, favorite song and he even showed off a photo of his daughter.