Monday, September 25, 2017
How You Doin - Apparently NOT well. Wendy Williams trash taking has finally caught up with her, 'Allegedly' her husband Kevin Hunter has been 'dipping' and 'doing' it elsewhere. The rumor mill for YEARS had him linked to men, trannys and now a full fledge 10-year mistress. Hot topics should be pretty interesting for the rest of this week. Heeey Wendy what's the 411 Hun? How HE doin!!!
Saturday, September 23, 2017
Friday, September 22, 2017
Thursday, September 21, 2017
Thoughts - ***The moral to this who story is Parents NEVER allow your teenage child to move into a strange grown man's house. *** (Was FAME worth the cost) That will only lead to a life of dishonesty and coverups
The woman suing Usher for $20 million for allegedly giving her genital herpes has now identified herself.
Laura Helm claims in new legal docs, she had 2 sexual encounters with the singer. She says he behaved very oddly. The docs are very descriptive, but she says she never saw him finish because she saw him run to the bathroom. She goes on ... on the second occasion he did not wear a condom and says a few days after that she noticed an unusual bump on the inside of her cheek. A few days after that she noticed a similar bump -- the size of a green pea -- on her vagina.
She says, during the second encounter Usher set the mood by putting on jazz music while performing oral sex on her.
She references reports that Usher paid $1.1 million to a previous sex partner but she offers no proof.
Helm says they were platonic friends and he wooed her by telling her about his humanitarian efforts in Africa.
Helm is suing for $20 million. She's going to get paid and so will the rest that will come forward.
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Wake UP - Actor and activist Leonardo DiCaprio said Tuesday that the recent string of devastating hurricanes Harvey, Irma and now Maria — shines a light on the climate crisis and should come as a wake-up call for President Donald Trump and the world.
“Year after year, for decades,” scientists have been warning about the realities of climate change, DiCaprio said during a keynote address at the Yale Climate Conference. “Quite simply, we are knowingly doing this to ourselves, to our entire planet, and we’re risking our very future. And the cost of our inaction these past couple weeks has become even clearer.”
DiCaprio blasted the Trump administration and others leaders who he said remain willfully ignorant and have refused to act despite “clear evidence from the scientific community” and a “mounting economic price tag” stemming from extreme weather events. DiCaprio noted that he met with Trump in December and presented a plan for tackling climate change and harnessing the economic potential of clean-energy jobs.
“We talked about how the United States has the potential to lead the world in clean energy manufacturing, and research and development. In fact, with the commitment of the Paris climate agreement, it could be the largest domestic opportunity in all of American history. All we need is the political will to see it happen.”
Since that meeting, DiCaprio said, “the world has watched” as Trump has nominated former Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt — a longtime climate-change denier — to lead the Environmental Protection Agency, rolled back environmental regulations aimed at reining in carbon emissions and announced plans to pull the U.S. out of the Paris Agreement.
“And we listened as they said that these powerful hurricanes that we’re seeing with Harvey and Irma did not change the president’s mind about climate change,” DiCaprio said. “I still believe that the United States has the potential to lead the world on this issue. We can only hope that the president begins to see it to, before it is too late for all of us.”
The Oscar winner and star of “Before the Flood,” a 2016 documentary about climate change, added that Trump’s White House “is not alone in perpetuating the lie.” He blasted Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R), who banned the use of the terms “climate change” and “global warming” in official communications, and Energy Secretary Rick Perry, the former Republican governor of Texas, who has denied that carbon dioxide emissions from human activity are driving global climate change.
Today, Florida and Texas are recovering from catastrophic storm damage.
“This utter lack of leadership by officials who choose first to preserve their short-term political power rather than ensuring the livable future on our planet means that we must all do more now than any other time in human history,” DiCaprio said.
He called on the private sector to invest in renewable energy. And he urged those in the audience to organize, vote in the midterm elections, ensure the next administration believes in climate change and addresses it, and support companies creating environmentally friendly products.
“Time is up. The current events have become a global wake-up call that must be heard all the way from you to the private sector, all the way to Washington, D.C. It is too late for any of us to be too timid, or too ignorant or too silent. We all have to take action together, now.”
The two-day conference, hosted by former Secretary of State John F. Kerry, began Monday and featured a number of business, political and diplomatic leaders who discussed issues including renewable energy and citizen engagement.
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Sunday, September 17, 2017
R&B crooner Musiq Soulchild is spearheading a Nu Soul Revival, even if he has to do it on his own. The 12-time Grammy Award nominated singer/songwriter, who burst onto the scene in 2000 with his debut album, Aijuswanaseing is still making music waves almost two decades later. September 15th will mark the release of the Musiq Soulchild Feel The Real album, his R&B album.
Fresh off his Nu Soul Revival tour with fellow , Lyfe Jennings, Kindred Family Soul and Avery*Sunshine, Musiq has put together a double disc project to rival anything else in the adult contemporary martket right now. Already a rare feat for an R&B singer to release a double disc project, but Musiq has an amazing total of 24 .