Dear @RuPaulsDragRace I demand a recount of the votes! I cannot believe this elimination! Still in shock…
Anyway, on last night’s episode (March 25) we saw the contestants bring Judge Judy, Kim Kardashian, Nicki Minaj and an array of other divas take to the main stage. Some flopped *cough* Milk! *cough* and others did quite alright.
Who do you think deserved to go home? Watch below and leave comments!
Guilty by association or nah?
On last night’s episode of whatever it’s called (is anybody really watching this season) things came to a head between newcomer Sundy Carter and Draya Michele. We all know Draya is sensitive about her past but who knew it would lead to this!
#TeamNoChill You can’t deny the slayage of this pilot costume! And, 99.9% of biological women can’t strut in these pumps. So, stay mad.
started out as rappers on YouTube 3 years ago and have gained a following so big they’re practically two snaps away from going mainstream. In a recent interview with The Flyy Life
Terrance Wilson and Pierre Phillips discuss the ups and downs of being gay in the industry.
Critics say at times your content is a caricature of the gay lifestyle, and this makes it difficult to be taken serious in the industry. How do you respond to this assumption?
PP: Anybody that believes you can’t have fun while still being serious about a craft is a complete idiot. I believe the way we portray our image works perfect for us and the community. We don’t have to be hardcore to get a point across. I think that would scare people away. Either way, people would have something to say. If we were hardcore people would say they don’t take us seriously. I’m fine with having fun. When you watch and listen to us you want to have fun, you want to enjoy life. That, to me, is very serious.
They’ve got to reach their customer some kind of way! Or, are we going to cry foul with waste of government funds?
San Mateo County (in the San Francisco Bay Area) admits to spending $55/year on two Grindr Extra profiles plus money to buy fake profile photos to entice the locals. After Grindr users hit them up they expose themselves (figuratively LOL) as the health department and offer free sex health advice.
Darryl Lampkin, prevention supervisor for the STD/HIV program at the county’s health department, says about 80% of men continue to chat with health professionals about outreach services. He also reports a 500% increase in community outreach over 2 years and trend shows continuous growth.
Grindr isn’t too happy about San Mateo County’s two profiles, citing they do not encourage the use of fake profiles or solicitation. But of course, Lampkin says, “There are people who just go on there to chat. … That’s what we go on there to do.”
Plus, if two or three health professionals can save a whole city of people from bumps, viruses, and money on medication for about $100 annually isn’t that worth the money?
Read more of this story at The Bay Area Reporter.
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didn’t have insurance on his wife and son but bought Louboutins? Yep, just like a black family.
Porsha Williams, now that she has her name back, spills the tea on ‘Bethenny‘.
“I didn’t ask for anything. Right now in the press it’s, ‘Porsha didn’t get anything, poor Porsha,’ and people are feeling sorry for me because I didn’t get anything and they think that we went to trial and I lost.”
First and foremost shout out to the people at BlackCelebKids.com! Their blog follows the babies of Black Hollywood and they do a damn good job at it.