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Dear Chrisette Michele

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Dear Chrisette Michele,

Where do I even begin sis…no, nope, nah, no ma’am, NO? What we are not going to do is try and play the victim card when every fan, friend, and foe pleaded, begged and warned you about your inauguration performance. It was a choice you made to “be a bridge” and to stress to Trump and his supporters that “this is what we look like”.

Girl, they know what we look like, that’s kind of the problem. While I get the idea of “being a bridge”, perhaps we would have understood this excuse coming from a bigger artist or someone with a bigger platform. You needed a check, that the sole reason why you accepted. Albums aren’t selling that well these days, especially for your genre of music. I get it but own that.

Now you want to come out and start this pity party, I’m sorry but that is what it looks like. Your label dropped you when you submitted your latest album ‘Strong Black Woman’…oh really, now we want to profess our strength. What exactly are you telling us this for? Because you think we are going to buy it. Because you think that we are going to rally in support of you? In a time where we have Colin Kaepernick risking his livelihood to stand up against injustice do you think that anyone will give you a pass for folding the way that you did?

https://twitter.com/ChrisetteM/status/924040303610355713

And if that wasn’t enough you post a picture of your alleged miscarried fetus. Have you lost your entire mind? Don’t post that then say you’re not looking for pity. That was incredibly low. I feel bad you lost your child, that is something that I wouldn’t wish upon anyone but posting that image was to garner sympathy towards you as a person versus the situation.
Then while I’m praying that you run out of battery on your phone you tweet Tina ‘Someone Stuff A Sock In My Mouth’ Campbell. Implying that you have both been “choice shamed”.

https://twitter.com/ChrisetteM/status/924328057279844352

You both made a choice, granted a choice that I find stupid, and now you’re dealing with the consequences of that choice. Tina wanted to refer to a man that has sexually assaulted women, mocked the handicapped and defended Neo-Nazis as a man with good “Christian values”. I must have missed that part in Sunday school.

You are both grown woman, it’s time to take ownership of your actions. You made a choice and now people are making a choice not to deal with you. Accept the ‘L’, get a better publicist and try to work out a game plan to reinvent yourself…if you can.

 

Or I hear Fox News is always looking for a token black person…

 

What do you think of Chrisette Michele’s ‘choice shaming’ claims?

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Emerging ATL Rapper Signs Million Dollar Endorsement Deal + Drops New Music Video

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Emerging Atlanta rapper and viral sensation Slim Stunta inks $1 Million Dollar Endorsement Deal with AfroBeats Headphone Company. Having amassed millions of views on his Stunt Lifestyle TV youtube channel and inspiring a fastly growing fanbase, Afrobeats chose Slim Stunta because they were impressed with his brand potential. The title of Slim’s latest single “Getting That Money” (produced by Grammy-nominated producer Sonny Digital) is in tune with the money he’s getting off the deal.

Slim Stunta has gone viral across the internet with his “Stunt Lifestyle” movement. He was featured on Rich Kids, a TV show internationally syndicated on MTV, BBC and TLC airing across Europe and Africa. Afrobeats originated in Nigeria and is the only headphone company to offer African-inspired headphones which will be promoted by the rapper.

You can view and purchase the uniquely African Inspired designed headphones at http://www.TheAfroBeats.com.

Follow Slim Stunta on Instagram @TheStuntLifestyle to stay updated on his music, Afrobeats endorsement and more.

About Slim Stunta
Slim Stunta is a rapper and viral internet star from Atlanta. Born into a family of entrepreneurs, professionals and musicians, he started rapping at the age of 12 and decided to pursue music instead of becoming a lawyer or doctor. Slim Stunta initially gained fame from appearing on the UK Channel 4 reality series The Rich Kids of Instagram. The show was syndicated internationally and also aired on MTV, BBC, and TLC. The series followed 16 incredible rich kids with money to burn, who party in the world’s best nightclubs, shop in the most exclusive boutiques and share it all on social media.

After the show, he began creating YouTube prank videos, titled Gold Digger, where he used his signature gold Maserati to seduce women from the boyfriends. The videos have attracted millions of views, which prompted him to create his first single “I Can Take Your Girl”. After receiving positive responses for his first single, he teamed up with infamous Atlanta producer Sonny Digital to create his second single “I Want It All”. Sonny is known for producing hits for artists like 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane, Rick Ross, Migos, and French Montana.

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Self-Made or Born Rich?: Kylie Jenner Soon to Create a Billion Dollar Empire

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Lip gloss mogul Kylie Jenner dons the cover of Forbes’ Magazine”America’s Women Billionaires” issue. The 20-year-old social media star was able to turn an insecurity into a nearly $1 billion dollar empire. With an estimated $100 million dollars in revenue in 2017 alone, Jenner is seeing that being in the beauty industry has a huge payoff. If her company keeps doing big numbers like those she is well on her way to being the youngest-ever-self-made-billionaire. A title previously held by Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg.

Jenner describes feeling lost and struggling to find her niche while her siblings were venturing in the modeling and beauty industry. Her mother, Kris Jenner, advised her to go the modeling route and Kylie was able to rack up seven figures by doing gigs with PacSun, Sinful Colors, and Instagram Ad placements.

During this time Kylie underwent a cosmetic procedure on her lips. After getting tired of over-lining her lips to get the full-black woman esque features Kylie decided to get her own. A light went off in her head and in 2014 the phrase “Kylie Lip Kits … for the perfect pout” was trademarked. By investing $250,000 from her modeling gigs into an outside company to produce the products the Kylie Cosmetics was born. 

By being one of the most followed people across all social media platforms, Kylie has an audience that will be easy to profit off of. She was able to outsource the production of her kits and Kris Jenner handles the business side of things. All Kylie has to do is cater to her audience. With hourly posts that includes selfies with the lipgloss name in the caption, videos of swatches and product launches, and let us not forget celeb endorsements from her sisters and other Instagram socialites.  This model has allotted the young mother to earn 100% of her company.

This is an amazing accomplishment from a 20-year-old but the debate is that she’s not self-made. Even Dictionary.com took time to add to the discussion with a clarification on what self-made actually means.

Kylie’s empire has been created since the inception of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” when she was just 10-years-old. She has been handed opportunities and advantages that most of us couldn’t even dream of. Which is why many aren’t too impressed with this billion dollar feat.

Others created the argument that she is self-made because her brother, Rob, was afforded the same opportunities…and well…flopped.

What do you guys think? Is Kylie self-made or extremely privileged?

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Yasss! Cardi B & Offset Welcome Baby “Kulture Kiari Cephus”, Yes You Read That Right

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Cardi has given birth to a baby girl “Kulture Kiari Cephus”!

There is no doubt that Cardi B is having an amazing year. Her debut album Invasion of Privacy has gone platinum and now she and her hubby Offset are celebrating the birth of the newest addition to their family. Take a look.

 

Kulture Kiari Cephus 07/10/18🎀🌸 @offsetyrn

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This is Cardi & Offset’s first child together. Offset currently has 3 children.

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