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|Wed, December 24, 2008 at 8:00 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
My co-host and I discussed the words Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas on my radio show last week. I really cannot stand the phrase Happy Holidays. Has this country become so politically correct that we cannot say Merry Christmas anymore? Do we have to say Happy Holidays? NO!!! ENOUGH!!!!
Christmas is an annual holiday celebrated on December 25 that honors the birth of Jesus of Nazareth, i.e. a religious holiday. Even though Christmas has become commercialized, don't give me this stuff about being considerate of other people's religions. I hear people saying Happy Hanukkah and Happy Kwanzaa all the time, yet I can't hear Merry Christmas?
One point that was made during the show is that Happy Holidays is used to encompass all holidays between Thanksgiving and New Years. Rather than say each one, we are telling people that we hope they have an enjoyable day on each of the holidays. I agree that Happy Holidays can be used in this way, BUT why do I hear Happy Thanksgiving and Happy New Year everywhere I go, but no Merry Christmas?
Another point that was made on the show is that we don't want to offend someone who doesn't celebrate Christmas so we use Happy Holidays to be safe. My response to that is this. I will say Merry Christmas to everyone and if someone says they're Jewish, I will say Happy Hanukkah. If that person says they celebrate Kwanzaa, my reply is "oh, Happy Kwanzaa," but I will not say Happy Holidays. That's a cop out! How else will I learn what you celebrate if all I can say is Happy Holidays. At the same time, how do you know what I celebrate if you say Happy Holidays?
I celebrate Christmas, the birth of Christ who is my savior. December 25th is the day I, along with billions of other Christians, celebrate the birth of Christ. I will always say Merry Christmas.
If you celebrate the birth of Christ on December 25th, it is your responsibility to correct those that spit the words Happy Holidays. You turn to them with a smile and say MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU TOO!!!!
On behalf of my family, we pray that you have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
|Thurs, December 11, 2008 at 8:00 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
Have you heard the If I Were A Boy remix with R. Kelly? It wasn't long ago when I wrote that no man would touch this topic, and do a "like a girl" song, but boy (girl) was I wrong. This has got to be the most idiotic remix I have ever heard. His lyrics have absolutely nothing to do with the original concept.
"If you were a boy/then girl you'd understand/you need to stop listening to your friends love, respect and trust your man" WHAT?!?! If you were a boy, you would trust your man? That makes no sense at all.
"But you are not a boy/so you don't have a clue (ey)/How I work and pay the bills/girl and everything I do is for you (eh eh)." So basically you are arguing with the song? You missed the entire concept of the song which is men in general can get away with more than a woman can. What a dumb ass, but wait there's more!
The last thing you say is, "If I were a Girl/I wouldn't play games." No Kells if YOU were a girl you would be 15 years old, look up to some R&B superstar who works for your godfather, fall in love and marry him only to be used and then have your marriage annulled. If YOU were a (15 year old) girl, you would sit idly by while some R&B superstar adjusts the camera, stages you and prepares for the perfect golden shower.
But you're just a boy that was found innocent of a crime that featured a video showing someone who looks VERY, VERY similar to you which is what the song's concept is all about...dudes getting away with crap a woman would be stoned for!
I am sitting here reading the interview of Musiq Soulchild on BlackVibes.com and all I keep thinking is Musiq Soulchild can sing, but he can't spell worth a damn. His first album was "Aijuswanaseing" and it had a song called "L' Is Gone". I gave him that one. I figured he was using artistic expression. Then Juslisen came with songs on it like "Realove" and "Stoplayin". I shook my head and thought. Does this man not realize he missed a couple of consonants.
When "Romancipation" and "Womanopoly" came on the album "Soulstar" I started thinking. Maybe he failed first grade! When he dropped "Luvanmusiq" I thought, "does this brother not know about run on sentences?" I got the latest album "On My Radio" and thought cool, an album with correct English. But then the I saw the note on the card that said play the first single "IfULeave" on the radio and I said damn, herewegoagain.
Musiq I love your M-U-S-I-C (with a C not a Q) but dude, can you hit the English books? We know you juswanaseing, but I
|Wed, December 03, 2008 at 8:00 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
My favorite song right now is "Lost" (remix) by Gorilla Zoe and Lil Wayne. It's a song that has deeper, more meaningful lyrics than most of the hip-hop songs that are currently on commercial radio. The song contains lyrics like "Walking around, looking for a way, But no one tells me which way to go I'm caught up in a world, labyrinth a maze, Where yes men could easily be known." It reminds me of the Geto Boys' Mind Playin Tricks On Me. If you have never listened to this song, take a moment and listen to the lyrics (click here to listen). There are no curse words and it can be played around your children.
Listening to this song on commercial radio had me thinking about why we don't hear more songs like this on radio. We hear people constantly complaining that radio is devoid of quality hip-hop because rappers are not making the songs. I disagree. As a radio personality and a DJ, I am privy to new music from the independent and major labels prior to the actual release date. They want us to promote, play and giveaway their product in hopes of getting more sales.
Typically, the label reps send a box of cd's and they say something like, "Rapper X has a new cd called I'm Sasha Jenkins. The music is blah blah blah blah..." and they go on about why this person made the cd and what the new single is. They tell you what the new single is because they want you to play that song first, not what you think is hot. They have done research, marketing and decided to target a specific group of people with this song. So the reason you hear Beyonce's Like a Boy is not because it's a hot record. It's because they have targeted women who want to be a boy (man) and/or feel repressed by their boyfriends, lovers, husbands, daddies, or their employer. Honestly, most women have felt this way at one point in their lives. So that takes us back to why do we not hear other songs like "Lost".
Every cd I have ever received from any rapper has had some type of positive song on it, but the label wants you to hear the club song or the sex song or the thug song because they are targeting certain groups of people. Those label reps don't believe the positive songs will drive cd sales. Their philosophy is, if you hear the positive song, you will think the entire cd is geared that way. You will not purchase it because, in their opinion, who wants to hear Busta Rhymes' "In The Ghetto" on the air when we can pass the "Courvoisier". This brings up the radio top 20 list and what certain people such as Al Sharpton, Steve Harvey, Warren Ballentine or Michael Baisden say about the responsibility rappers have in what is said in music.
Too often we hear that rappers should not glorify violence and thugging. They shouldn't depict women in a negative light or talk about drugs and alcohol. Some people even say they shouldn't curse, but those same activists have shows on stations that promote this music. These same stations c
|Fri, November 21, 2008 at 8:00 PM|
Suge Knight is suing Kanye West, blaming him for a gunman getting past security at Kanye's pre-MTV Video Music Awards party three years ago. Suge was shot in the leg and the bullet shattered a bone. He is suing for the loss of a 15 karat diamond stud earring valued at $135,000, the use of a private jet back to California, and damages to his leg.
So, let me get this straight. Suge is suing someone instead of kicking their a$$? All these stories of him beating people up in the Death Row studios, putting Vanilla Ice over a balcony to force him to sign a contract, manhandling Eazy E for Dr. Dre's contract, slapping his girlfriend recently and NOW he wants to sue someone? What's next, Kanye actually saying something that makes sense?
In an interview Kanye West said, "I realize that my place and position in history is that I will go down as the voice of this generation, of this decade, I will be the loudest voice. It's me settling into that position of just really accepting that it's one thing to say you want to do it, and it's another thing to really end up being like Michael Jordan."
Ye, I like your music. I like the fact you made Mike Meyers freak out when you said Bush doesn't care about Black people - that was hilarious - but c'mon dude, you are not the Michael Jordan of Hip-Hop.
I would equate you to a couple of people. How about the Dennis Rodman of Hip-Hop? You are outlandish; your dress, at times, is on another level. You say things that are off the wall. Sometimes you embarrass yourself and sometimes you embarrass Black people.
What about the Elvis Presley of Hip-Hop? Again, you are outlandish; your dress, at times, is on another level, and you use other people's music to further your career.
How about the Jeremiah Wright of Hip-Hop? At times, you have good points to make and at other times, your points don't make sense whatsoever. Every once in a while you say something so stupid that we have to disown you. Hey Ye, sometimes you just need to shut your mouth.
Beyonce has two songs on the radio. "Single Ladies" sounds like an updated version of "Get Me Bodied" and I can't stand either song. The other one is "If I Were A Boy." I listened to this song and kept thinking to myself that I've heard this before, and no I'm not talking about Ciara's version.
I couldn't think of where I heard it before and then one day it hit me. This was done by little known artist BC Jean. Check her version out at www.bcjean.net. BC Jean reminds me of Jewel or Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
|Thurs, November 13, 2008 at 8:00 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
Last Wednesday, my son came to me upset with one of his teachers and some of his classmates. There was conversation in his history class about the historical significance of President-Elect Barack Obama, and according to him, most of the kids including the teacher said that it was not that big of a deal. It would be a footnote in history books and decades from now, it will not be relevant at all.
I asked him if he spoke up and he said he wasn't allowed to speak. The teacher said they had talked about it for 20 minutes and it was time to move on to class work. I said let me get this straight. In a class with only ONE Black teenager you were not allowed to speak on the enormous impact this will have for Black America and how this will be more than a footnote in history?
This angered me, but after talking with the co-host from my radio show I understood, somewhat. He said that people are hating because their man didn't make it into office and they will do everything they can to make the election of a Black man to the Office of President as inconsequential as possible. Some just hate because it is a Black man that will run this country. While I understand this, what bothers me is this is a school, a history class specifically, and according to my son, they have already marginalized the election. It's up to us to educate those that don't understand and this is my opportunity to start the process.
Prior to Barack Obama, I didn't care about the Presidential election process because I was disconnected from politics. I voted because my elders fought for the right to vote but in my mind the people that I had to choose from really didn't care about Black America or me. When I voted, I chose what I felt was the lesser of two evils, the one I felt would do the least damage to the country. This is not how voting should be conducted. We are supposed to know the candidates, their goals and plans, and choose accordingly
And then there was President-Elect Obama. He came on the scene and captivated America. He had a plan. He had goals. He reached out to everyone, big and small, young and old, rich and poor. I watched him debate Senator Clinton. I recorded newscasts that showed him stumping for the nomination. I talked politics with my wife, mom, dad, brother, friends, co-workers, and a total stranger at the gas station. I picked people I thought would be good for his cabinet. I voted for him to be the Democratic Presidential Nominee. Then I watched him do it all over again to win the Office of President.
As a child I read about the Tuskegee Airmen and after that, I wanted to be a fighter pilot. I wanted to fly the SR-71 Blackbird, F-16's and anything else that was fast or had guns. I tried to join the Air Force but my vision stopped me from being a fighter pilot.
Prior to Tiger Woods, I didn't know a thing about the game of Golf. I didn't watch it, didn't want to understand it, and didn't care. Then Tiger comes on the scene and dominates the game. Now I know everything about the game of Golf. I understand the terminology. I know some of the players and their handicaps. I can play if I want to (not well) and I even went to the Masters in Augusta one time.
Now I can tell my children they can be President and mean it. I have a face to show them. I have a name to say to them. I will talk about his accomplishments and his mistakes. I will tell my children and grandchildren that one Black man captivated over 60 million men and women of all races, ages and backgrounds and convinced them he is the best choice to be President.
President-Elect Barack Obam
|Fri, November 07, 2008 at 11:00 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
I was reading an article the other day that reported that Soulja Boy was talking to Toure on BET's Black Carpet. Reportedly Toure asked Soulja Boy the following question. "What historical figure do you most hate?" He was stumped. Toure continued by explaining, "Others have said Hitler, bin Laden, the slave masters ..." He said, "Oh wait! Hold up! Shout out to the slave masters! Without them we'd still be in Africa. We wouldn't be here to get this ice and tattoos."
When I read that I thought this kid just doesn't get it, but I read it again and again and started thinking about what he said. "Without them we'd still be in Africa. We wouldn't be here to get this ice and tattoos." Maybe he means without "them" there would be no hip-hop, no black athletes, no Dereon Jeans, no Sean John, no Blackvibes.com, NO BLACK PRESIDENT.
I did not expect to see a Black President in my lifetime. I never thought this country would elect a Black President but we did. I went to the polls on Tuesday to vote. I didn't participate in early voting for a couple of reasons. One, I don't trust it and the other is I wanted to stand in line, experience the long wait, talk with the other voters and be amongst participants of the voting process when the winner was announced. I fully intended to be at my polling location until 12 or 1 in the morning but early voting took out the lines. I was in and out of my polling location in less than 15 minutes.
When it was announced that Senator Barack Obama had won the office of President, I couldn't believe it. A Black man has taken the highest office in America. 62,429,425 voted for Barack Obama. He got 338 electoral votes. Obama didn't win by a slim margin. He won hands down. The people voted and the people won.
His victory speech was amazing. He thanked everyone for helping. He praised McCain for a good battle and he talked about the time to start work, but as he stood there I saw something else. I saw a man electrifying the country. I saw a man about the people and not about government. I didn't see a President. I saw a Leader.
There were cutaway moments where the cameras showed the crowd's reaction. They talked to Bernice King, Andrew Young, John Lewis to name a few, but the one that stood out for me was Jesse Jackson. They showed him on the big screen shedding tears, but all I could see was a bitter old black preacher crying because it wasn't him. I looked at him crying and kept thinking about his statement "I wanna cut his nuts off". Maybe he was crying because Barack Obama will be the first Black President in the history of this country, but I just didn't see it that way.
History has been made. We have a Black President elect. We can tell our children that they can be President and show them a picture. I have heard over and over on radio and TV that he is not our President but the President for America. I disagree. Barack Obama is BLACK America's President. He is MY President. He is my Shirley Chisholm, Thomas L. Jennings, Sharon Pratt Dixon Kelly, Martin Luther King Jr., and Jackie Robinson. He is my living history and I love it.
Barack is not just the first Black President. He is a symbol of hopes and dreams. He shows that hard work i
|Thurs, October 30, 2008 at 12:00 AM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
Beyonce wants her fans to refer to her as Sasha Fierce, her alter ego. Beyonce says "I have someone else that takes over when it's time for me to work and when I'm on stage, this alter ego that I've created that kind of protects me and who I really am. Sasha Fierce is the fun, more sensual, more aggressive, more outspoken side and more glamorous side that comes out when I'm working and when I'm on the stage."
Yep, sounds very stripperish to me. First Beyonce wants us to imagine her as a boy. Now she wants us to call her Sasha Fierce?
Is it me or does Beyonce sound a little schizophrenic?
By now you know about the tragedy that befell Jennifer Hudson's family in which her mother, brother and nephew were murdered. We have all talked about this - what we would have done, how we would react against the perpetrator of such a horrific crime - but in truth, none of us know what we would do or how we would act.
I was amazed at the amount of support the community gave the Hudson family. There were hundreds, if not, thousands of people praying, delivering flowers, teddy bears or holding candlelight vigils at memorials near the scene. Not to take anything away from this situation, but I have some questions related to this and non-celebrity murders.
Who decides a person's life is worth hundreds if not thousands of people praying, delivering flowers, teddy bears or holding candlelight vigils at memorials? What triggers this emotional outpouring if you are not a celebrity?
If snitching is something that is taboo in the Black community, how come folks were quick to help, offer tips and report the white SUV that the police were searching for with regards to the Hudson murders?
Does the snitching issue have rules - like no snitching unless it's a celebrity but rappers and black sports athletes are excluded?
What about no snitching in the hood unless it's a child or senior citizen and then you can tell whatever you know? If this IS a rule, who decides the age group for these people? I mean if someone sees something but the person is 18, do they tell what they know or is it 16 and under unless he/she was into criminal activity?
What if the child is 8 years old, shot and killed for no reason but when they were seven they stole a candy bar? Should the witness snitch or not snitch on who did it? See I am confused because "in the hood" no snitching is supposed to be the rule but who decides the rules?
Who decided that it was ok to reveal everything thing they knew about the Hudson case, but my neighbor's murder is still unsolved? He came home from work one night, got robbed and shot. He was married, worked hard, and took care of his family. He didn't do anything wrong but hundreds, if not, thousands of people praying, delivering flowers, teddy bears or holding candlelight vigils at memorials didn't happen for him. TV stations gave this a two-minute blurb and that was it.
Again, not trying to make light of a very ugly situation, but if the Hudson murders had occurred prior to her fame chances are none of the hundreds if not thousands of people praying, delivering flowers, teddy bears or holding candlelight vigils at memorials would have happened.
|Fri, October 24, 2008 at 8:00 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
Yesterday I was putting gas in the car and checking the air pressure in the tires. Due to the cold snap that hit Atlanta this week, each tire was down about 10lbs of air. How many of you check your air pressure and oil while filling up? You should do it each time you fill up. It will preserve your engines and tires. I went to the air pump and was filling the tires when a minivan pulled up. I looked up to assess my threat level (I had an old back in the hood moment, still looking for jackers), realized I was in no imminent danger and continued to fill the tires.
The man got out of his minivan and greeted me with a heavy African accent. I said hello and then he said, "Can you believe this isht? Colin Powell has endorsed Barack Obama. The Republicans have been dealt a huge blow." I responded that I was not surprised given the fact that Powell was deceived by the Bush Administration when discussing the Iraq war. I told him Colin Powell plans to vote for Obama "because of his ability to inspire, because of the inclusive nature of his campaign, and because he is reaching out all across America." The African responded with, "I have lived in this country for thirty years. The world will respect us now. They will see that we really want to change and become a better country." This man was EXCITED!!!!
I got back in my car and was driving off thinking about this excitement and what the African had said to me. And then it hit me. A total stranger walked up to me at 10 at night and talked politics. This has never happened to me. I know folks talk politics amongst friends, colleagues, church members, etc., but you usually don't have total strangers just walk up to you talking about politics.
This election is exciting, powerful and most important, galvanizing. It has given confidence to people who would never vote, never discuss politics, or not even care about who is running for the office of President. I don't know what is going to happen on November 4th, but I know one thing folks. We are living history. You need to mark your books for this one because you will be telling your grandchildren about it.
Rudy Ray Moore died on Sunday from complications of diabetes at the age of 81. Rudy is one of the first "dirty rappers" to come out back when rap wasn't called rap. It was called toasts.
Moore was born March 17, 1927, in Fort Smith, Arkansas. He is the oldest of seven children. When he was 15, his family moved to Cleveland where, believe it or not, he began singing in church. He went to Los Angeles to work as a DJ and began touring on the "Chitlin' Scene" as a stand-up comedian.
My favorite movie of his is The Human Tornado. If you have never seen a blaxploitation flick, this is the one to see. The sex scene is hilarious and him jumping over the cliff butt boonkie naked is crazy funny.
He also did this joke I loved. Keep in mind Moore's use of Daddy would be his prostitute talking to him....
My woman asked me the other day,
Daddy, if I had nuts on wall, would they be walnuts?
I guess so
|Thurs, October 16, 2008 at 8:00 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
My new car is coming. No, not the new BMW 750I. No, not the Aston Martin DBS. No, not the new Mercedes S class. I am talking about the 2009 Chevy Camaro. That's right...a Camaro. Don't get me wrong I like Mercedes, Bimmers and Aston's, but with $300 or more for oil changes on these foreign cars give me a good ole Chevy any day.
Years ago I wanted to update my Cadillac for a new one but GM had converted all of its Cadillac's to front wheel drive (except the trucks) and I didn't want a front wheel drive car. I started shopping for a Mercedes, Audi, Jag or Bimmer. I liked the Bimmer 7 and the Mercedes S class. I liked the Audi A8L but it's all wheel drive and in the south that's wasted energy. Jag was out because at the time it was owned by Ford. I couldn't justify spending large money on a Ford product. Also, I don't buy new cars because the depreciation is ridiculous. $80 large for any one of these cars only to see it drop to $20 or $30 three years later? No thanks.
I found a used BMW 750 IL that was a wonderful shade of blue and it came fully loaded. Everything checked out on the car. I then called my mechanic to ask him about oil changes and tune-ups. He told me he would not touch the car. It has to go to the dealer and I should expect $300 or more per service. I laughed and said "for real!" He replied "hell yeah!"
I asked him about the Audi and the Benz and he said the same thing. This left me in a quandary because I wanted a newer luxury car but wasn't really willing to spend large dollars just to maintain a vehicle. I didn't know what I wanted to do so I stopped looking.
One weekend my family decided to go to Biloxi. I rented a Navigator and lemme tell you that thing rode like a truck. I could barely keep the thing on the road and when I got to my destination I needed a nap from the trip. I'd been driving Caddys for about 10 years so that was something I wasn't used to.
About three months later I rented a Lincoln Town car and took the same trip. The ride was so plush and enjoyable I bought one the next week. Let me tell you... I love the car! I have only had to replace the battery once and have yet to change a lightbulb in that car. It's not a fashion statement like the above mentioned cars but you can't tell my old one from a 2008. It's an awesome car, with luxury and room for six which brings me to my new choice of transportation.
When GM announced they were bringing back the Camaro I knew I wasn't buying another car until I got my hands on this one. I have been patiently waiting for close to five years for the new Camaro. I've been to countless car shows just to see the concept cars. I signed up for e-blasts from Chevy to keep up on when it was coming. I have wallpaper on my laptop with the car. I watched Transformers four times just to watch the old 70's Camaro Bumblebee transform into the 2010 version. My first car was a 77 Camaro LT just like the one used in the movie but mine was blue. I want my Camaro!!!!!!
Today, I got an e-mail from Chevy saying I could order my car now for delivery in the spring. I grinned so hard I damn near broke a tooth. I went online and spec'ed out my car. It's going to be an SS convertible with the LS3 engine producing 422 horsepower and 408 pound feet of torque. I'm getting the 6 speed manual with 20 inch rims. Since it's an SS, it comes with every option in the book. And then of course I get to choose my color.
My first Camaro was blue so naturally I want a blue one with black racing stripes. Chevy calls it Imp
|Thurs, October 09, 2008 at 8:00 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
So you went ahead and did it huh? You gave big business the $700 billion after we told you not to do it. You did it anyway and now look. My 401k has dropped by 50%. You gave them $700 billion and the stock market plunged? You gave them $700 billion and AIG had a $400,000 party to thank you. Oh, but you didn't know about the party huh, so the party was really to say eff you. $28,000 in spa treatments and Americans have to choose between ham sandwiches and gasoline?
Now, I have to listen to a bunch of politicians talk about how they didn't want to vote for the bill but felt like they had no choice. You had a choice. You chose not to listen to us. We told you not to do it. How hard of a decision was that?
I watched the debates on Tuesday and I felt Tom Brokaw was lobbing each of them softballs. He didn't press them for more responsive answers. I was not impressed with McCain or Obama. Obama was ever so cautious about what he said so as to not provide the much needed sound bite for the news. McCain got on my nerves saying "my friends" whenever he started a thought.
But my friends, I could not believe my ears when Tom Brokaw asked the question about a new Manhattan Project. McCain spoke first and he talked briefly on it and then he started another thought. He said "By the way, my friends, I know you grow a little weary with this back-and-forth. It was an energy bill on the floor of the Senate loaded it down with goodies, billions for the oil companies, and it was sponsored by Bush and Cheney. You know who voted for it? You might never know. That one."
My friends, I heard the words "THAT ONE" come out of McCain's mouth when referring to Barack Obama and thought to myself, here we go. It won't be long before something else comes out of his mouth. Oh well, on to the next debate.
In Clayton County Georgia, the Clayton County Commission voted 3-2 this past Tuesday night to hire Edmund J. Wall to provide investment banking services to the county. Commissioners Wole Ralph and Sonna Singleton voted against the hire.
While this may not seem like big news to you, it should be noted that Edmund Wall resigned as chairman of MARTA (Atlanta's mass transportation system) because Atlanta Police said they found him doing the nasty with another man in a bathroom at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Now his buddy Eldrin Bell is hooking him up with a job. This is why Clayton County is going in the crapper (pun intended). But hey, y'all voted him in again so what can I say.
A little trivia... Do any of you know what the acronym MARTA, in ATL speak, stands for? Post your comment below so everyone can see.
And now for my male chauvinist moment. Until this year I never watched Dancing With The Stars, but this season I watched just to see Kim K. Was Kim Kardashian on Dancing With The Stars the biggest disappointment for you like it was for me? I was hoping to see that big ole butt in one of those lil dresses, but they covered that donk up.
I think the producers either missed the point of having her on there or they really didn't have a clue. How do you have eye candy on the show and not show the candy?!?!?!
I will say if it wasn't for Ray J though, none of us would know