WeTV definitely scored a hit with Braxton Family Values. Continue »
Epitome Of A Piece Of ISHT Mother AND Father: Little Girl In Virginia Found Locked In Cage, Eating Herself!!!
Posted on May 4th, 2011 - By Bossip Staff
Categories: Arrests, Babies, Epitome of a Bad Mother, For the Children, For Your Information, Get Your Life Together, Hide Ya Kids, Ho Sit Down, Jesus Take The Wheel, News, out of pocket, SMH, Suspect, The Side-eye, What the Hell???, What Were You Thinking?, Yeah We Said It, You Can't Be Serious...
FUGGIN’ ridiculous… Continue »
You Can’t Be Serious…Shady A** Pakistani Officials Are Salty Because The U.S. Did Not Inform Them Of Plot On Bin Laden
Really??? C’mon now… Continue »
Posted on May 2nd, 2011 - By Bossip Staff
Categories: Attention Slores, Barack Obama, Bolitics, Cry Me A River, For Discussion, For Your Information, Get Your Life Together, Hi Hater, Ho Sit Down, News, out of pocket, Put on Blast, SMH, Surprise, The Side-eye, Wanksters, Were You Watching??, What is Wrong With This Picture, What the Hell???, Yeah We Said It, You Can't Be Serious...
These low-down, dirty, DOUCHEBAGS… Continue »
Posted on April 30th, 2011 - By Bossip Staff
Categories: Are You Feelin This Get Up?, Arrests, For Discussion, For Your Viewing Pleasure, Freaks, Get Your Life Together, Ho Sit Down, News, Old Heads, out of pocket, Pure Comedy, Put on Blast, SMH, The Hood Life, The Side-eye, What is Wrong With This Picture, What the Hell???, Yeah We Said It
If a picture is worth a thousand words then this ISHT right here is 5 books! Continue »
Posted on April 26th, 2011 - By Bossip Staff
Categories: Are You Feelin This Get Up?, Arrests, Attention Slores, For Discussion, For the Fellas, For the Ladies, For Your Information, Get Your Life Together, Hate It or Love It?!?!, Ho Sit Down, News, out of pocket, Put on Blast, Random Ridiculousness, SMH, Suspect, The Side-eye, What the Hell???, What Were You Thinking?, Yeah We Said It, You Can't Be Serious...
“Those ain’t Rolex diamonds, what the fawk you done to that?!?!” Continue »
And again, by no means do we mean to downplay mental health or eating disorders… Continue »
Does this mean the days of our customer service calls being transferred to India are over? It’s hard not to get frustrated with someone dealing with your money, credit card and cell phone accounts when there’s a gaping language barrier. Continue »
Posted on April 18th, 2011 - By Bossip Staff
Categories: Ballers, Carmelo Anthony, Congratulations, Cry Me A River, For Discussion, For Your Information, Hate It or Love It?!?!, Making it Rain on Them Hoes, News, Pure Comedy, SMH, Sports, Were You Watching??, What Were You Thinking?, Yeah We Said It
Doesn’t Coach D’Antoni look sick to his stomach in the background? Lol! Continue »
If you’ve ever tuned into VH1’s “Beverly Hills Fabulous” you’ll be greeted by the flamboyancy that is Elgin Charles. Continue »
It is painful to watch thousands of black women commit suicide everyday. I’m not talking about the quick, shoot yourself, or take some pills kind of suicide; I mean the slow, agonizing death that comes with allowing ourselves to be degraded, objectified, used and abused, then fighting so hard against our own best interest for the sake of members of our own race that mean us no good.
I’m speaking in this case about the majority of hip hop (c)rap music that poisons us with every line that says some black girl is a whore, b*tch, trick, sperm receptacle or nappy head. Our souls are stomped upon with every lyric that says dark girls are ugly, light-skin is superior, and thugs are the best that we can get because we’re worthless pieces of trash. And this isn’t said by white people. It’s coming from black men–our supposed brothers in the struggle, and justified by the music media machine, the NAACP and worst of all, we black women support it every day, every minute, and every weekend when we drop it like it’s hot to Lil Wayne, et al.
And if ANYONE DARE speak up against it–especially a white chick like Ashley Judd–that person gets pimp-slapped into apologizing for telling the damn truth. In just two lines of her book, All That Is Bitter & Sweet, she says “As far as I’m concerned, most rap and hip-hop music — with its rape culture and insanely abusive lyrics and depictions of girls and women as ‘ho’s’ — is the contemporary soundtrack of misogyny.”
Exactly what part of that statement is NOT true? What part of rap/rape culture actually makes black women feel worth a dang?
The soon-to-be Mr. and Mrs. Ochocinco are using their combined star power to cash more checks — you can’t knock their hustle. Continue »