Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Dear Old Nicki... Leave The Queen Out of Your Bipolar Madness. Sincerely, Fukk You

Ricki's new twitter Avi

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But OH..... I guess she's paying homage.

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photoshop ain't shit

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Thursday, August 23, 2012

Beyonce Gifs I've Never Seen


Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Monday, August 13, 2012

Beyonce’s Camp Responds to Belafonte’s Criticism She Doesn’t Do Enough Charity Work

Beyonce’s spokesperson is responding to the allegation reportedly leveled by legendary singer Harry Belafonte that she doesn’t do enough to help the world with her star power. Beyonce recently paid a visit to the United Nations in New York City to help mark World Humanitarian Day on August 19 and pay homage to the work done by humanitarian workers. The singer also shot a music video for her song “I Was Here”; the clip will be released on August 19.  Earlier this month, Beyonce and her husband Jay-Z were criticized by Belafonte for not doing enough social good with their celebrity status. Belafonte reportedly told the Hollywood Reporter “It is sad. And I think one of the great abuses of this modern time is that we should have had such high-profile artists, powerful celebrities. But they have turned their back on social responsibility. That goes for Jay-Z and Beyonce, for example. Give me Bruce Springsteen, and now you’re talking. I really think he is black.” Belafonte didn’t immediately return the Journal’s request for a comment. In response to Belafonte’s words, Beyonce’s representative emailed what she called “An abbreviated list of the unselfish work BeyoncĂ© has done and continues to do.” The list included co-founding The Survivor Foundation “a multi-purpose community outreach facility in downtown Houston”; donating “100K in 2008 to the Gulf Coast Ike Relief Fund to aid Texas victims of Hurricane Ike”; performing in “MTV’s Hope For Haiti Now! Benefit in addition to making a generous monetary donation,” among many other charitable activities.

Also Mr. Belefonte has some NERVE criticizing someone like Beyonce who has done so much for the uplifting and empowerment of women and children.  Especially since he feels this way:


Actress Ellen Holly reveals in her book, "One Life, The Autobiography Of An African American Actress," that Eartha Kitt was interviewed on the show, “Real Personal,” in April of 1994. Kitt described a sexual encounter with Harry Belafonte. Immediately afterward, he allegedly warned Kitt ‘not to take their lovemaking too seriously’ on the grounds that his sexual interest was exclusively in white women. He added, “No black woman can do anything for me.”

The interviewer pressed for further details as follows.

Interviewer: Belafonte said that to you?

Kitt: Yes. It was a slap in my face and therefore, you feel kind of dirty afterwards, you know.

Interviewer: Why do you think Belafonte said that?

Kitt: Because that’s Harry Belafonte.

 Interviewer: Really?

Kitt: That’s the way he is.

check and mate Mr. Belefonte.....