*Yeah, because dating black men means that a white woman CANNOT be racially insensitive specifically towards a black woman or an entire race for that matter.
That’s what Chelsea Handler believes because she’s dated black men including 50 Cent. However, she made what some think were racially insensitive comments about “12 Years A Slave” and Best Supporting Actress Oscar winner Lupita Nyong’o.
“Congratulations #12yearsaslave Go to Africa or buy #ugandabekiddingme To pre order go to http://amzn.to/1pS4qpG #Oscars @chelseahandler pic.twitter.com/BurqtrFgEn.”
*Well look at those french tips!
Snoop Dogg (or Snoop Lion) has rocked many looks (deemed metrosexual) in the past — hair rollers and relaxed hair. Now he’s rocking fresh french nail tips!
“House calls with Snoop are the best! #nailsformales #malenails #nailart #heynicenails #snoopdogg #longbeach #lbc,” they wrote on Instagram.
*It’s a narrative that’s needed and starting to be discussed more prevalently in Hollywood.
And that’s colorism.
Like a few other now popular black actresses in Hollywood, Naturi Naughton is opening up about her struggles with being a darker-skinned black woman in Tinsel Town.
*Don’t come for her family! Not in a person’s best interests.
The youngest and most outspoken sister, Tamar Braxton might have been annoyed at her sister Towanda for her comments about her man Vince Herbert, but that doesn’t mean she’s turning against her sister.
After a Twitter user said Towanda was jealous of her sister, she responded with: “@mslady57 check the web boo! He also owes 3.3 million to the irs….guess I’m jealous of that too huh?”
Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson speaks at a press conference following practice for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway on February 22, 2014 in Daytona Beach, Florida
*Rapper 50 Cent will headline a South By Southwest concert on March 11 that will be live-streamed via Hang w/, a mobile app that’s being used by dozens of celebrities to broadcast their daily activities and chat with fans.
The 38-year-old Grammy Award winning hip hop artist is also an investor in Hang With Inc., the Southern California company that created the app, which has been downloaded more than 1 million times since its launch in March 2013.
“I’m excited to be able to bring my fans behind the scenes and give the opportunity to those who couldn’t make it a chance to experience a concert at South By Southwest,” said 50, real name Curtis Jackson.