Since I get bored at work I’ve been on the hunt for good podcasts. About a month ago the Brilliant Idiots (a Pod with Charlmagne the God and Andrew Schulz) featured self proclaimed Whores Mandii and Weezy. They host Whoreible Decisions, a funny, provocative, sex Pod. While I listened to it I noticed a lot of tension between the hosts but I brushed it to the side. “Its just friendly teasing” …that’s what I thought.
Everything exploded about two weeks ago when Weezy appeared on Andrew Schulz’s sports podcast Flagrant 2: No Easy Buckets. Here Schulz (a comedian) joked about Mandii having sex with a cameraman for free videos. Weezy was shocked BUT entertained the joke/prank without defending her podcast partner. What makes this situation even more brazy is Mandii caught wind of this pod and threaten to fight Weezy on instagram live.
This would make sense if these women were 15 in high school, but they’re 28 year old WOMEN. Business partners and “friends” for the past 10 years shouldn’t be beefing on social media like some CLOWNS.
The climax was episode 77 with a therapist being called in (Shout out Dr.Maya Pettiford) to settle the differences. This was the most cringe 1h and 36 minutes of cubical life I’ve EVER had. To save y’all some time, Weezy and Mandii spend the whole time screaming and defending themselves over petty shit. It was literally a cat fight from start to finish. Dr. Pettiford had to stop the Pod at times, scream at both, cuss them out and scold them like the petty immature girls they were being.
What I learned is that…these talks are important. The way they went at it was terrible but being able to sit down for almost 2 hours to vent and go ALL OUT is needed. We don’t have that anymore. We hide behind screens and DONT talk about things. Plain and simple I’m PROUD of these women for taking that step.
What I learned is that respect, communication, humbleness and honesty are the pillars of all relationships. Weather it be business, personal and intimate these 4 things are needed, if Weezy and Mandii had these four they could have avoided the most painful 1h36mins. They lost a fan but gained my respect and that’s worth something.
Let’s talk about this 2014 interview that has twitter going crazy. At about 7:30 in the video, Khaled proclaims he’s on a pussy free diet. White people translation: He does not go down on on his wife or any woman. He goes on for about 5 minutes in the video defending himself to the rest of the Breakfast Club like the mans was in a CIA interrogation room! Annnnnd of course the Internet flipped on him like Cora pancakes! Here’s my opinion…I 100% agree with him.
Reciprocity is defined as the exchanging things with others for mutual benefit, Khaled doesn’t eat the box but he “holds her down in everything else”. So who tf are we to judge? The mans made it clear, he is not eating pussy, and his wife knew that before she sighned those marriage papers. She knew it before she gave him a son, she knew (or learned) after they started sleeping together. So who are we to judge? A good relationship is a give and take where both people get benefits. Khaled’s wife might be a housewife who is “taken care of” but in exchange she doesn’t get head, who are we to judge and say he’s wrong for that? We’re in a generation that thinks “you can have it all” Nah nah you can’t, and you’re a dummy if you think that way. Someone’s relationship and their sexual preference ain’t something we should judge lest we be judged, and to keep it all the way real, i’m not a fan of conalingus either. Leave Khaled alone and let him diet in peace.
We all saw this video, me and a friend even reacted to it, you can find the clip here and what makes this video so important is the fact that I was right. I wrote a post about this a bit over a year ago and if reading is hard imma summarize: I loved the first video and BOTH had problems. I framed it as Kourtney being naive, not trusting and oblivious…and I wrote that Leonard was brutally honest but kind of an asshole about it. But let’s keep it real after we watched Part 2 a FULL year after, my last post was 100% correct. When they sat down this second time it was more of the same, it was clear they barely spoke since the last video and that they still had unresolved issues.
Continue reading “Thoughts #HurtBae2”
As much as I’d like to say “I’m always right” I can’t, because I’m not. When I posted the #MeToo post I received quick hate, I expected it. What I didn’t expect is the views of some of my friends, calling me out for being closed minded and dumb. Here’s the curse of having smart friends, they’ll take time to academically COOK your ass, here is my friend’s response to my original post. I loved it and I know you will too 🙂
” Let me just start by saying that I’m addressing the points that I disagree with.
First, I don’t agree that #MeToo is simply a men’s issue and that the hashtag should change to #BeBetter. The #BeBetter hashtag, I feel take away an important part of the #MeToo movement and it oversimplifies the movement. The #MeToo was originally to show how prevalent sexual harassment and sexual assault are within our society, without necessarily telling your story and feeling as though you are not alone. In my opinion, #MeToo is a movement that aims to resist the system that has historically re-victimized and stigmatized women for speaking out against their abuse and harassment. By re-victimization, I mean that when women tell their stories, for example in a courtroom, the role of the defence lawyer is to minimize what has happened to the woman and to discredit her. By stigmatize, I mean that a label is automatically attached to the women who speak out. They are often held responsible for their own victimization (victim blaming: i.e. what were you wearing, what did you say, what did you do etc.) and it affects their reputation (i.e. some of the Weinstein accusors were blacklisted). These are often linked to the reasons why women often don’t speak out until years later, since they may feel embarrassed, or in a workplace environment, they may fear that nothing will happen (Exhibit A: Larry Nassar). So in my opinion, the #MeToo give women a voice that under some circumstances would be silent. For any major issue, I think that it’s important to denounce the problem first and then try to find to find a solution. That’s exactly what #MeToo has done: denounce the problem.
Second, when it comes to sexual harassment, it for sure means something different for every woman. It’s that line where women feel uncomfortable with certain interactions. This links with my third point that yes I agree that little boys should be taught better, but so should little girl. One of the major problems I think is that when women speak about their sexuality, they are often shamed for it. So, I think it could be difficult for a woman to “check” a guy about her boundaries. A simple example: a girl gives a guy the wrong number or simply never answers the guy’s text. Why can’t the girl say I’m not interested? It could be that she’s scared because if she refuses the guy might become aggressive or persistent. Another issue is that girls are taught: Oh boys will be boys in order to render certain behaviours acceptable. The #MeToo movement through the sharing of personal stories has, in my opinion, given women a label that they can use for situations that they didn’t realize was sexual harassment, because “boys will be boys”, even though it made them uncomfortable. So I think that an equal effort should be made in changing how little girls and boys are raised. ”
Netflix is the gift and the curse that millennials (hate that word) has to deal with…the blessing of entertaining shows and
trash movies has ruined many grades and increased flopping on social events 10x more likely. What Netflix is known for is it’s shows and that makes sense cause it has some amazing ones, when I scrolled through looking for a new one I landed on She’s Gotta Have It. This show is based on the Spike Lee movie by the same name and explores the same themes with a modern twist. I’m a big fan of Insecure (season 1 & 2 review on the way) which is a comedy centered around a black woman and the relationships she has in the modern world, on concept alone these two shows are the very similar BUT THAT’S WHERE THE SIMILARITIES END! If I was to sum this show in one phrase: corny and missing the mark. Before I go IN on this like 13 Reasons Why, imma put 3 things I loved about the show and 3 reasons I disliked it. To not waste your time, issa 3/5. SPOILER ALERT DO NOT READ ANY MORE UNTIL YOU FINISHED THE SHOW!
Continue reading “She’s (kinda) gotta have it”
First off I will acknowledge some important points. I’m a man, I have privilege that I’m aware of, I’m also a black man so my views are different from most. I’m a brother, a son and have multiple layers so before y’all come at me Imma make it clear that these opinions are my own. You can (and will) disagree and I expect you to. Now let’s get to the topic it. Over the past month we have seen sexual assaults, harassment, molestation and other disgusting allegations towards men in media (music, movies, journalism, etc.). This moved to the #MeToo movement where women raised their voices telling their honest raw stories about abuse. When I first saw the Harvey Weinstean accusations I thought this was bullshit, for real I saw it as Crosby 2.0 but worse. I was thinking bruh, these women want to finesse the pockets of this powerful man they want to sue the hell out of this guys and make money. A month later, I still think it’s bullshit but I came to the conclusion that this is a men’s issue and I’ll explain why. Continue reading “#MeToo (A male point of view)”
Its a Kardashian world and we living in it. Scratch that its an Instagram
thot world and we all living in it ! “Fam why is you writing this post?” – Inner Intellictual Ratchet voice, because its a fuckin epidemic. I call it the Catfishification of our culture. Much like Alternative facts perpetuated by a powerful man, Alternative ass is encouraged and reinforced by all men! Issa a sad ting, so imma help each and every one of you thirst buckets to avoid the catfishification of your timeline! May the Alternative ass never prosper my g!
- Assess the Ass: The extra effort in analyzing the booty will avoid much stress and disappointment, a zoom in ting might be necessary. Its 2017, women understand the power of photoshop, make sure that doorframe doesn’t have a curvature, if so curve her like a blackberry.
- Sight the pop: Girls nowadays pop out the crease like its a cineplex popper, yup they’re poppin that ass out like its a kernel. Before you slide in her DMs and try to feast on her like KFC you gotta peep her kernel sanders lookin ass, yes is she popping out her ass in ever pic? If so you gotta pull a Plies and run off on the plug twice.
- Single her out: Aight i’m not a fan of objectification but my g if she’s actively advertising the fatty you have to asses but don’t let her finesse. There’s a trend of likkle booty broads chilling with tiny ass friends, this is why I encouraged further research. Compare shorty to other alluring creases, for the sake of research. We scientific outchea!
Honorable Mention=Peep her squat game. If she’s in the gym 24/7 then that fatty might be proper or Fat transfer #Staywoke
With the A.S.S. strategy we will eliminate Alternative ass one scroll at a time, done are the days of Jen Selter or Kylie Jenner, we on that Cocaine Lorraine and Bernice Burgos level. #Progression