Diddy’s Dark Angels

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Danity Kane covers the recent issue of the “prestigious” King Magazine. First, we must say that we’re surprised these girls are still together with Diddy’s track record. For their sake, let’s hope they can stay together long enough to crank out a new album.

As for this cover…aside from them looking a wee bit tranny-ish, D. Woods’ Frankenstein hair, and Aubrey’s new rack the girls still look good. D Woods was a good choice for the centerpiece, thighs nice and thick.

Comments

  • browngirl

    first

  • Stringer Bell

    Good Morning!

    BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

  • browngirl

    and can they afford a stylist who can tell d.woods to do something with that hair.

  • Lil Latte

    Most of them look so manly.

  • Guilty Pleasure

    Not cute at all….

  • Nikki

    Why do they all look the same color?

  • backyard

    They all look wack they need to sit their corny asses down. Their first album didnt sell why they think this one will. BadBoy been played out since the year 2000 and diddy or what ever name he goes by now needs to retire he cant hold artist like he use to any damn way

  • Reformed GammaRay

    cosign nikki..

    yeah cuz..evrbody’s a tad brownzed…

  • GreenEyez

    They all do look the same color. I have respect for them though for putting up wit Diddy’s ass for soooooo long………

  • Stringer Bell

    And yes all of them look a lil tranny!!

    Guaranteed worst issue of King ever sales wise…

    BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO URNS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Tonya

    This is the most unattractive girl group since XScape, but at least they could really sing. This group was tired during the making of the show.

  • Nikki

    @ Tonya

    SWV was the worst!!!

  • Astrid

    Those hags look ridiculous.

  • omissj

    LOL@ boooooooournss. I loved that Simpsons episode.

    By the way where is everyone, the comment sections are looking a little empty today.

    I need my morning laugh.

  • IMO

    These girls look nothing like themselves. Good or bad? I dunno…

  • aqueenwaits

    they all look hard and desperate……….

  • Lady Architect

    I don’t think they look bad….I just can’t stand D. Woods hair….why did Diddy let her do that…she ruined…a straight weave would’ve done her some good…that style she got went out years ago…even in the south that’s old…she need to stop…I’m happy they finnally didn’t put Aubrey in the front…but anyways I really liked their first album and it went platinum which is good for a first time female group

  • http://youtube.com/fifitrooper Ms. Sugar Walls

    OK..what the hell is up with D woods hair! I haven’t seen that hairstyle since the Mc lyte days…Yall remember that video “SELF DISTRUCTION” that is the last time I saw that hairstyle!😛

  • DANG MANE!

    D Woods definately needs a new weave! That rug on her head is NOT a good look!

  • The Original Ebony

    smh..

  • da darkness

    boooo

  • http://myspace.com/keifk Keif K

    usually king be havin the hot chicks, not this time

    myspace.com/keifk

  • Reformed GammaRay

    Why does shannon got on her step it up shorts?..

    DEAD at the names at the bottom of the mag..

  • mr mr

    OFF TOPIC:

    Broadway’s “The Color Purple,” which had its world premiere at Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre in 2004, will end its New York run on Feb. 24, producers announced Thursday.

    The reason is apparently economic.

    Though post-holiday doldrums are not unusual on the Great White Way, the show’s weekly grosses dropped by nearly 50 percent after “American Idol” star Fantasia Barrino departed Jan. 6 — from $770,000 the week of Dec. 31 to $389,000 the week of Jan. 7.

    Yet overall, “The Color Purple” — which boasts Oprah Winfrey as its over-the-title producer — has had an impressive track record during its nearly 2 1/2 years on Broadway.

    It recouped its $11 million investment a year after it opened on Dec. 1, 2005. It won a Tony Award for lead actress LaChanze, who played the role of Celie in the adaptation of Alice Walker’s beloved novel. It also has consistently attracted Broadway’s hard-to-get African-American audience. And by the time it closes, it will have played 30 previews and 910 regular performances.

    The current cast stars Broadway newcomer Zonya Love as Celie, pop diva Chaka Khan as Sofia and singer Bebe Winans as Harpo. Barrino had previously played the role of Celie.

    This summer, Atlantans will get a chance to see “The Color Purple,” when the national tour arrives at the Fox Theatre during the National Black Arts Festival, July 15-Aug. 3. Theater of the Stars will present the show.

  • Kerry

    LMAO @ Tonya… So true, Xscape was busted, but they def could sing!!

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