Friday, July 25, 2014

Cream BMP is the Real MVP

From That Website
Of satire blogs that is. There is a blog post about how Meagan Good is replacing Kerry Washington on Scandal. A writer behind Cream BMP published it.

However, before ever seeing the actual headline of the post one of our favorite bloggers, Luvvie, wrote about how we can avoid fake news on social media. She wrote her blog post 5 Things To Avoid Passing On Fake News On Social Media in June, but this story was her reason for sharing the blog post again this week. Yet after catching what Luvvie was trying to do, I saw the blog post reposted 20 different times on my Facebook newsfeed in one day. Even my mama posted it and seemed outraged.

I don't get it. I really don't. It's become super apparent who makes up stories for hits out here and who genuinely tries to bring us actual news. Yet people keep falling for the fake sites. People continually post News Nerd (or whatever it's called), The Onion (although their fakeness is slightly entertaining), and most of all Cream BMP.

I want to believe some people love this site just because of that Bow Wow, oops Shad Moss, story about how he was supposedly fired from 106 & Park. So many people hate Shad now, but the reality is they actually believe what they read and don't care about the source. Therefore Cream BMP is the real MVP of fake news. They can write whatever they want. They could publish a story tomorrow about President Obama being impeached and they'd get 20 million hits just because people believe them. Why would anyone believe that? I don't know, but those writers at the blog have a secret reading formula that the rest of us have yet to figure out.

You might be wondering what the picture is about. Upon looking for a photo, I saw a blog post they had wrote about Drake being in critical condition from trying to save a stripper's life. It was so hilarious. Now if any of you come across this site and still fall for one of their stories, you already know why. They're winning in the realm of false news.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

If I Hear #BAPS One More Time...

B.A.P.'s is a classic 90's film about two women who leave the hood in an attempt to be dancers for Heavy D. However, they get mixed up in a money scheme involving a rich old white man who was once in love with a black woman. In the movie they wear more weave than Beyonce has worn in her whole career, dress to definitely stand out, and show the world just what ghetto women are supposed to act like. On top of it all the old white man in the movie nicknamed them Black American Princesses, which we til this day refer to as BAPs. There was nothing classy about this movie, so decades later no one could be using the term to describe themselves, right? Wrong.

There's a group of women in St. Louis, Missouri who call themselves BAPs. They are supposed to be part of an elite society, but no one who watched the first episode knew who any of these ladies were. With the exception of one natural haired woman, the rest of the women rocked the worst weaves they could possibly find. Not everyone looks good with a blonde weave in their head, but these women tried anyway. These women argued, said they were better than each other, called each other friends, and continually referred to themselves as BAPs, although it's nothing to be proud of.

Halle Berry has even pretended the movie away, so why would this group of women want to keep the phrase alive? I blame all the people who were mad at Zendaya initially getting the Aaliyah role. While people were busy boycotting Zendaya and trying to shut down the biopic, Lifetime slipped this mess right on past us and into the lineup.

This was my first and last episode though. I can't do this.

Sex So Good You'll Smile In A Mugshot

A secret about the great state of Florida was recently released. It's a place where great sex is sure to happen. At least one couple experienced some really passionate lovemaking on the beach before getting arrested.

The couple showed how physically awesome their love for each other is in front of groups of people starting as young as 4 years old, which is why they were arrested. Someone was even kinky enough to record the couple in the act. This couple was so into each other they spent some time in the water afterward, napped, and then was ready to start up again. However, someone ended their love session by calling the police.

I'm only guessing the sex was that good because the woman is smiling in the mugshot. Who smiles when going to jail? A woman that was thoroughly pleased. I'm signing myself up for this.

Not the arrest part, though. I just want the sex so good I won't care that I'm being arrested. To read the full story click here.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

(Music) Traci Braxton~ Last Call

It's the last call for loving.

If you're a fan of the Braxton family, then I'm pretty sure you've tuned in to see Traci Braxton work on her marriage on Marriage Bootcamp: Reality Stars. Traci and her husband Kevin Suratt went on the show to try and fix several issues in their marriage. Both have cheated, Traci has admitted she's felt controlled, but after almost 20 years of marriage they were still willing to fight and keep it going. You may wonder what the point of all this is. The issues on the show relate to Traci's new single that just dropped call Last Call.

How many more times can I believe before I let go of the fantasy cause it seems so real to me; Real, when your body's close to me; Real, and when you make love to me. Listen to Last Call below.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

#HitTheFloor About That Sex Scene

Did y'all see it? Did you?

Jelena knocks on fine ass Terrence's door. Neither of them say a thing. They stare into each other's eyes. They kiss. The sexual tension is high. Then he picks her up. He really picked her up. His hold on her was strong. Clearly that's love..or maybe it's the best way to lead up to really good sex. Whatever it is, sign me up for it.

On top of that sex scene, there were photos of the characters Derek and Terrence naked with only basketballs covering them. Remember the scenes where they pose for the sports magazine? The actual pictures are online. These two are my favorites.