Finally! African American Save The Dates With Customizable Hair Textures

- By Bossip Staff

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Personalization is the name of the game when it comes to weddings these days and one new line of African American Save the Dates is making the details count right from the minute couples set a date. Bibi invitations just launched a newly minted line of printable African American save the date cards which can be customized to match any skin tone and hair texture from kinky, curly, coily, and wavy to locs and straight styles. And what’s best of all is the customization is available for both the bride and the groom so your man won’t feel left out. Over 20 different customizable designs are available in digital format on to be downloaded as PDF or JPG files to be printed right from home or a local print shop.

The Museum Of Love This Man Built In Honor Of His Late Wife Is The Most Touching Think You’ll See All Day

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Charles “LaLa” Evans met his wife, Louise Evans, when they were in the tenth grade. Neither LaLa nor Louise fit in with the jocks or the scholars, but they found a sweet spot with each other. The sweethearts became inseparable and built a rich, full life. Louise passed away in 2011—just one month shy of the couple’s 60th anniversary. Prior to Louise’s death, the pair had talked about turning their home into a museum commemorating their marriage that featured all of the photos they had taken over the decades. Just months after Louise passed, LaLa got to work on making their dream a reality. Over 1,000 photos and videos appear in the museum, which he named “LaLa and Louise Land.” According to the Huffington Post, it has become quite popular among LaLa’s Starkville, Mississippi neighbors, where he is well-known due to the fact that he served as the city’s first Black mailman for thirty years…

Wale Squashes WWE Beef, Wants A Job

More than a year after that confrontation with a fellow WWE fan, Wale has squashed his beef with the wrestling establishment. TMZ Reports: The rapper got to hang out and take pics with Triple H, The Rock and even Vince McMahon during the Miami event this week — a huge shift in his relationship with the WWE. Wale used to attend pro wrestling events all the time, but in the past he’s told TMZ Sports he’s felt frozen out since he fought with a heckling WWE fan. He says the cold war started to end when he recently got chummy with some WWE higher-ups. Fast forward to Monday when Wale finally scored backstage access, and now he’s aiming even higher — “I actually want to work there and I don’t know if [Vince and Triple H] heard about good Wale or bad Wale. Or if they even know what a Wale is.”

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