… [It’s] common for women who are looking for serious relationships to give a hard pass to men who aren’t working full-time jobs and touting decorated titles. But, of course, we’ve heard stories of women who didn’t judge men by their financial status and job situations, and ended up finding happily ever after. Like Tia Mowry and her hubby, Cory Hardrict. As Hardrict told Global Grind, to this day, he’s grateful that his wife could look past where he was at that time in his life when they met, and instead, saw what he could be…But paying the bills while your man expends his so-called potential has also backfired for others…Is it petty to avoid getting to know a nice guy because of his line of work? Can you look beneath job titles and salaries and give guys a chance based on who they are as people and what they have to offer?
Are You Better At Attracting Love Abroad?
Latrese Williams of Another Single Sister recently wrote a pivotal blog entry about dating as a Black woman abroad. She opened her piece by sharing her American dating experiences with the type of men who many of us have had the unfortunate pleasure of dating as well… However, whenever Williams found herself miles away from American soil, her love life was filled will late nights and sensual early mornings. “When I travel, I am Apple stock. I am a tech company IPO. I am first round of investor funding secured. Moving around in other places there seems to be an infinite supply of men and I feel like a blonde white girl at the ESPY Awards,” she writes. And even if she was approached by the occasional douche bag, Williams claims that while she is abroad there were “So. Many. Options. Many of these men are handsome, charming, employed, eager, and then the accents? *swoon*”…
DJ Khaled Gets His Own Day In Miami
Producer, label boss, and motivational guru DJ Khaled received a high honor in Miami on Wednesday. The city declared Jan. 20 “DJ Khaled Day,” complete with the Snapchat overlord serving as a principal for the day at a middle school. HipHopDX writes:… “Thank u so much !!!” the deejay writes for the caption of the video. “Miami!! My home that I love so much !!! Wethebest” DJ Khaled also served as principal for Miami’s Carol City Middle School today, Miami Dade shared on social media. “@djkhaled serves as principal for the day as @getschooled recognizes @CarolCityMiddle as national attendance winner,” the county wrote on Twitter with a picture of the We The Best general with some students. It wasn’t all photo ops as Khaled served lunch from one of his Finga Lickin restaurants, and he also donated $10,000 to Carol City Middle School’s music department. All across his social media, Khaled documented the event with pride…