Reportedly, V. Stiviano, the alleged mistress for racist Clippers owner Donald Sterling, was offered a considerable amount of money to star in a revenge interracial porn flick, with the details somewhat sketchy (big surprise).
If you’d like to learn more details on the dirt, here’s the link.
As far as Sterling is concerned, I’d expect him to hold onto the Clippers some way, some how, either through his estranged wife (dragging out divorce proceedings), begging for forgiveness enough times and in enough ways
Los Angeles Clippers (Photo credit: Mike Licht, NotionsCapital.com)
(other than poor Anderson Cooper looking bored) that it’s eventually dropped.
So what’s the big deal with black hair? How is it different from the nappy mess called a “jew fro?”
Here’s a link to a podcast called the AYG Report
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focusing on black hair from our peeps at Blog Talk Radio. Let us know what you think of it and if the program answers questions or resolves issues, or (at the very least) is interesting.
Are black women giving up on black men?
Not from what I can see, or from the simple statistics that would seem to communicate an actual reverse trend: more black men are dating white women then they are black women. But anyway, here’s the link to an article by the folks at the New Pittsburgh Courier Online asking the question.
According to Anne Holder, a hair salon owner in (where else?) Atlanta, Korean-Americans do not control the black hair care business.
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Anne owns a salon called “Simply Straight,” and seems to be very well informed on the topic judging from the press release, but the same press release also states the simple fact that African-Americans own less than 3% of all black hair stores. What a huge disconnect!
Why do black people refuse to get into the black hair care business? It can’t be an inability to get into it and it certainly is not from lack of knowledge or business acumen, so the disparity is unexplained and gaping. And this says nothing about the thousands of black hair salons across the country that could be generating huge income for their owners and may be mismanaged or simply not the right location.
Just a brief note that a recently-submitted piece sent to WikiHow was approved, called “How to Date White Men if You Are a Black Woman.”
To many this seems like a no-brainer, but for some out there, it isn’t. Here’s a link to the piece.