Hip Hop & Media

November 9, 2018

The last straw for Jania wasn’t the physical abuse, cheating, chaotic emotional abuse or herpes. Nope. The final straw was NBA’s doing when he publicly blasted Jania for going to a rap concert and broke up with her. He decided to unleash another can of vitriol on the five months pregnant young woman and called Jania a pregnant groupie. As much as Jania has been through, she finally gets handed NBA’s ass to kiss when he called her a pregnant groupie and less than a week late was putting a new gir...

October 19, 2018

October is Emotional Wellness month. In this blog we will be discussing relationships and knowing when it’s time to exit. We will be using four examples of public relationships that caused one partner significant hurt that she could have avoided if she left earlier. First is Ariana Grande, the pop princess of today. Ariana has had public relationships in the media since hanging up her Disney days. Her second major relationship was Mac Miller, a rapper. Mac Miller was known for his rapping appeal...

October 12, 2018

October is Emotional Intelligence and Emotional Wellness month. For this second blog in October we will continue to unravel emotional intelligence in this blog but for this week we're scoping politics. Specifically, how we can use emotional intelligence while picking a side. Do I need to say it? White women cut their faces to spite their noses under the Trump Administration in hopes to get ahead of other Women of Color. 53% of White women chose to vote for Trump with their pussyhats, Chai Te...

October 5, 2018

Emotional intelligence in a nutshell is having the mental ability to evaluate if a situation is worth your energy to invest in. Meaning, you have the ability to see fuckery/trolling/attention whoring/negativity etc and call it out for what it is and/or reject the pressure (usually by way of peers/family/media) to get involved (usually byway of arguing, writing, sharing etc about the situation). A perfect example of this is the antagonist Kanye, Ye, Yeezeus, Kanyezeey, Yezeey, Yandhi or whatever...

June 17, 2018

We’ve made it to the twenty-second blog of the year. June is Gay Pride Month as well as Caribbean Heritage Month. For the month of June we’ll be focusing on both of these topics. The second blog to continue pride month will touch on this emerging rift in the LGBTQ+ community with lesbians and transwomen. Lesbians are vetting their grievances on social media about the attack on lesbians and lesbianism since the T in LGBTQ have spoken up about how their new found womanhood should be validated like...

June 10, 2018

We’ve made it to the twenty-first blog of the year. June is Gay Pride Month as well as Caribbean Heritage Month. For the month of June we’ll be focusing on both of these topics. The first blog to kickstart pride month will analyze all this talk surrounding Black bisexual men influencing Black women’s dating options. Twitter imploded on itself when I stated “Bisexual Black Men Have A 50/50 Chance Of Passing HIV to Black Women” from the CDC based on a YouTube video I watched three days ago by popu...

March 20, 2018

The second woman who is Women’s History Month goals is Recy Taylor. Recy Taylor, was a rape victim's activist after being gang raped at 24. Her bravery and uncompromising strength to stand up against sexual violence during a time when Black Human Rights was debatable. Sexual violence is what propelled the civil rights movement into action byway of the rape of Recy Taylor. Recy Taylor was born on December 31st, 1919 to a sharecropping family in Abbeville, Alabama. Recy Corbitt (Corbitt is he...

It's a new month so that means the next upcoming blogs will have to do with February's topic. February's topic is Black History and Teen Dating Violence. For this specific blog we will be discussing Black History and how Black girl's are preyed upon by Black men. By now you've heard about the little girl who's about six years old who was sexually abused on camera by a grown man (Germaine Moore, 44, Milbrook, Alabama). The video has gone viral sweeping through inboxes acro...

February 5, 2018

We are in our fourth blog for the month of January and brining the topic of the month (slavery and human trafficking) to an end. In this blog we are dissecting the #MeToo movment and all the problematic people behind it. Most people don't know that Me Too was founded by Tarana Burke back in 2006. She was working with young Black girls at the time; one confided in her that she had been sexually abused by her mother's boyfriend. Tarana at the time didn't know how to comfort the girl be...

February 2, 2018

The third blog post of 2018 and we're not skipping a beat! The topic of the month is slavery and human trafficking so let's get into this blog piece. I know the title is shocking especially when the hot topic of the moment is realistic looking sex dolls but in this blog you will understand the grim reality of the comparison between Black Girls and sex dolls. According to the Black Women’s Blueprint “60% of Black Women will be sexually abused by the age of 18.” Since most crimes are commi...

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