He may be completely irrelevant when it comes to making hip-pop that skinny jean, plaid shirt, nerd glassing wearing kids listen to, but I like it.
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It’s an 8-Part web series titled, “Fake it Till You Make It.” He describes it as the dark side of Entourage. I gotta give him an A for effort, it’s good in a bad way, but entertaining nonetheless, if you like this kinda stuff.
Links to episodes 2 and 3 after the jump.
The good folks at RollingOut Magazine, have taken the time to research one of the more pressing concerns in today’s black community, that being black men giving their hard earned bucks away to strippers. To wit:
The great debate continues to rage each and every day on why a brother would choose to give his money to a pole dancer. The logic that takes place in the male psyche rationalizes his actions. In that everything he gives is to realize a fantasy – mainly in the bed. The message that a pole dancer sends is that she possesses and manifests the skill set to turn fantasy into reality. Women, if you want to keep that check coming into the household and your man at home here are five ways to make it happen:
Surprisingly, one of the five tips aren’t “bring home other women for you man and leave the house for a few hours.” Which begs the far more important question, How far are black woman willing to go to keep their black man? Instead of complaining about money going to strippers, it is obvious that if the women want their man’s money they too should become a stripper. Problem solved.
Why Black Men Give Up Their Paychecks For Strippers and Pole Dancers [rollingout.com]
From the NY POST:
While the LeBron comment — “I can’t tell him to go to New York,” Oakley said. “New York treated me bad … ” — may stir headlines, Charles Oakley let loose with a few more jabs at the Knicks. Oakley lives in the Cleveland area and is friends with James. If James does ask, Oakley would point him toward the Heat. Oakley also took a shot at former teammate Patrick Ewing, who he claims never was blamed for the Knicks‘ failure to win a championship. “When we lose, they only point at us, never point at Patrick,” Oakley said. “Patrick was our leader as far as press and people who are watching TV, but the Knicks were made of a lot of tough guys and a lot of heart.