Friday, April 27, 2012
Sunday, April 15, 2012
On Thursday April 12th I was invited to to preview the Fall/Winter collection of Cotton Candy Couture. The line is by Chicagoan Jenna Zielbauer (2nd pic- all pink) and consists of fun, unique dresses that captures attention as well as starts conversations!
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Wednesday, April 4, 2012
On her track, Press Conference an interview led by radio/television personality Charlamagne Tha God, Nicki said,
“We got so many girls right now having children and don’t even know the
first thing to say to a child.
You’re having a child because I want to keep
this dude or it just happened. I want to get us to the place where it doesn’t
just happen and that we’re smarter than that. We’re the ones in control again.
Why are we never in control? Why are we stuck with a baby? Why are we always
stuck on the welfare line? Why are we always stuck having to beg, borrow and
steal to provide for our children? Why do we think it’s something wrong for
waiting to have a baby? Waiting until you’re 35 or 36 to have children;
technology has changed – you can wait. Have something to offer them. That’s
something that’s dear to my heart. Doing something that make children feel like
I don’t have to rush to grow up. I can enjoy my childhood.”
She goes on to say she would like to learn how to build the education system to a point where there is more of a success rate in terms of black children that go from high school to college. And I loveee this idea but if she wants young girls to stop having babies at such a young age why not start with a song on her CD? That talks about this issue and tries to promote safe sex? I agree that our children are misguided but she can do something now that could start the talk instead of figuring out what can she do. She’s Nicki, she can do something now.
What do you think about this issue? Is Nicki full of caa caa when it comes to that statement? Is she actually promoting promiscuous teenagers with her image and music?