PRAYERS UP FOR KEKE WYATT (VIDEO)

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Keke Wyatt has been catching hell lately… One of her children was recently diagnosed with Cancer. She is pregnant with her ninth child and now her husband wants a divorce!!!

Crazy. Peep the video that she posted and deleted this morning.

 

I never really vibed Michael Jamar… something has always been off about him. But, who am I to judge?

 

– Empress ❤

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WATCH: “HIGH” BY LEDISI (NEW VIDEO)

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As we await the release of Ledisi’s highly anticipated 9th Studio effort. The singer has released a visual for her new single “High”. I must say I thoroughly enjoyed the track! The track was produced by DJ Camper check it out below…

 

– Empress ❤

CARDI B: ‘BODAK YELLOW’ MAKES HER THE 3RD FEMALE RAPPER TO ENTER BILLBOARD HOT 100 TOP 10

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That’s my song!

Cardi B is having the Best Summer Ever! Bodak Yellow puts her in the position of being the 3rd female rapper to enter Billboard Hot 100’s top 10 with a solo hit (behind Nicki Minaj and Missy Elliott)

Congrats to the Love & Hip Hop breakout Star! Keep making those money moves…

 

 

– Empress<3

The Cast of FX’s Snowfall Host Screening at Regal South Beach on July 28, 2017

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Have you been watching this show?! Well, If you haven’t you need to start!

I attended the screening for FX’s Snowfall that was hosted by the cast a few weeks ago at the Regal Cinema theater on South Beach. Saw a few familiar faces of Miami’s taste maker’s, power players and obviously the cast of Snowfall. Shout out to my girl Elora Mason for the plug!

The heart of Snowfall, John Singleton’s new FX series about the origins of the crack epidemic, is Franklin Saint (Damson Idris), a smart, kindhearted teenager who takes care of his mother, keeps the neighborhood kids in line, works nights in a bodega, and sells weed on the side for his uncle Jerome (Amin Joseph). One day, a white friend from his fancy high school in the Valley recruits Franklin to procure more cocaine for his pool party. “You afraid to go get it, so send a black guy, right?” Franklin says, quizzically. “I’ll be the black guy. Shit, I’m always the black guy.” Which is how he finds himself in the house of a comical Israeli cocaine dealer (Andrew Howard) who only sells in bulk. And senses an opportunity.

Snowfall is full of moments like this—scenes and interludes that attempt to put the complex racial and geopolitical dynamics of the 1980s drug trade in context. Franklin is just one of a revolving cast of characters who see the growing enthusiasm for cocaine in the U.S. as a way to further their own ambitions, while staying willfully blind to the consequences. There’s Teddy McDonald (Carter Hudson), a disgraced CIA agent who gets involved in an off-the-books operation with Nicaraguan Contras to try and resurrect his career. And Lucia (Emily Rios), the niece of a drug lord who stages a robbery to fund her own business. In its sprawling consideration of the many different players who kickstarted an epidemic, Snowfall ticks all the boxes of a prestige drug drama. But its characters often feel like ciphers, generic stand-ins for the various factions implicated in cocaine’s rise. Singleton can’t quite get to the core of why these sympathetic and intelligent people would be so willing to risk everything for a business whose ugliest elements seem to horrify them.

I got a chance to interview a few of the cast members on the red carpet check it out!

 

– Empress ❤