In the latest episode of Twitter Beef, JAY ELECTRONICA gets at THE GAME after some lyrics GAME said about ELECTRONICA’s baby momma, ERYKAH BADU. On the track ‘Martians vs. Goblins’ track featuring LIL WAYNE and TYLER THE CREATOR. The GAME says, “I spit like I had kids with Erykah Badu/ I f***ed her on the day of that naked video shoot/ I was sucking that p**sy like it was wanton soup.” Those words didn’t sit too well with ELECTRONICA, so he took to Twitter to address the issue. [Tale Tela]
MARY J. BLIGE is werqin’ it in the November issue of Elle magazine with cascading sleek black hair, the Queen of Hip Hop Soul discusses her up and coming movie “Rock of Ages” and her often drama inspired music. “I can’t save every man and woman on planet Earth; I’m not God.” The ‘No More Drama’ singer is planning to release her My Life 2: The Journey Continues, next month. [The Urban Daily]
They say opposites attract, so was the case when rapper COMMON and DR. MAYA ANGELOU, who also happens to be OPRAH’s mentor, teamed up to do a track off of COMMON’s ninth album, The Dreamer, The Believer, which is set to hit stores on November 22. [HipHopDX]
Hip-hop is growing up, isn’t it?
THE GAME is the latest rapper to join the ranks of emcees who know when it’s time to put a ring on it.
Yesterday with the help of random camera crews THE GAME made his way to his girlfriend’s job at Frank D. Parent Elementary School in Inglewood, CA to propose.
After seven years of make ups to break ups, TIFFNEY CAMBRIDGE said “Yes, Jayceon.”
Watch the clip and say, “Awww…”
It’s adios for NBC’s The Playboy Club. Low ratings and a leeeeetle too much swagger jacking kept NBC’s new marquee show from getting past episode 3. But it was enough time for us to get acquainted with NATURI NAUGHTON as Bunny Brenda, the only African American bunny in the Playboy Club.
The feisty playmate with hopes of becoming Playboy’s first ever Black centerfold got us thinking: Who was the first Black centerfold? Have there been many? And who were the sexiest??
So JUICY took a look at all of Playboy’s past playmates of color and selected the 10 sexiest from over the years. Check out the baddest bunnies inside…
Celebrity hairstylist TIPPI SHORTER has been in the business for two decades, and is now ready to take her brand and beauty expertise to the next level, with the release her own hair care line, Hair by Tippi Shorter.
We already knew LALA ANTHONY was so much more than a basketball wife, but she’s taking her talents and skills to even higher heights.
The former MTV VJ has shifted from in front of a camera to the main stage for her theatrical debut in the play “Love, Loss & What I Wore.”
Running almost every day throughout the month of October, LALA joins seasoned actresses on stage for an intimate collection of stories by Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron, based on the best-selling book by Ilene Beckerman, using clothing and accessories and the memories they trigger to tell funny and often poignant stories that all women can relate to.
To celebrate LALA success, the very pink X-Rated Fusion Liqueur threw Ms. Anthony a party at 48 Lounge in NYC with the help of big hot pink cake and signature cocktails.
LALA ANTHONY will be performing until October 30th, and joins the list of former cast members, TICHINA ARNOLD, TRACEE ELLIS ROSS, SHERRI SHEPHARD, and PAULETTA WASHINGTON.
Forget about going to a drugstore to try to find a great foundation. They rarely cater to all of our complexions.
When attempting to find the perfect foundation, start first at the counter of your favorite cosmetic store opposed to your drugstore counter. Here, a professional will be able to test different shades on you and give you the scoop on what’s best for you.
Finding the right products can often be a grueling task. But not to worry– Juicy takes some of the guesswork out of foundation finding by giving you these top 10 makeup lines for women of color.
The 2011 BET Hip Hop Awards took the top spot among cable shows on Tuesday night with a 2.1 adults 18-49 rating and averaged over 4 million viewers.
Many tuned in to see the latest and greatest of hip hop under one roof being honored for their accomplishments.
Of the many highlights of the night, our favorite was the presentation of the cyphers, that included everyone from JOE BUDDEN to LADY RAGE to EMIMNEM.
It was ESTELLE, however a member of the international cypher that really did it for us. Watch the rapper-turned-singer, turn it up.