Amber Riley stepped out for the Premiere of the new hit show Empire about a week ago and here’s what she had to say on her Instagram…
“I had an amazing time tonight and was so happy to see some of my FOX family. Make sure you guys watch Empire! It is an incredible show, brilliantly written and the music is out of this world, acting is subperb! I’m fangirling lol ok goodnight my loves!!!”
The show really is good. My favorite character so far is Ms. Cookie played by the incredible Taraji P. Henson… Can’t wait to see what happens next on my new favorite show!
New Year, New Blessings! Happy New Year! It’s obviously been a Happy New Year for Love & Hip Hop Alum Emily B & her long term Boyfriend Fabolous who took to Instagram to announce that the couple is expecting their 2nd child together. Emily B also has an older daughter Taina from a previous relationship.
The stylist and reality star posted a picture of her looking amazing with the caption, “Looking forward to the New Year…. And my new blessing. Happy New Year!!”
LUV!!! Khloe Kardashian recently posted this haute lip photo to her Instagram Account. Now, I’ve seen gold lips before but I have never seen a metallic gold lip that looked this flawless. Here’s what Khloe had to say about the pic on Instagram…
“Had the most incredible shoot today with @mrmikerosenthal… He brought along his ball and chain @jenatkinhair and @1maryphillips!!! Photoshoot party!!!! I can’t wait for you guys to see our shoot!!! It was a goodie!! Fucking GOLD lips!!!”
Our girl Fantasia was in Trinidad and she had a bit of a melt down during her performance, now if you’ve ever seen her perform you know that she always gets emotional. But this time there was something different… She seemed at her wits end and I hope her family was close by because I would hate for her to attempt to kill herself again. Yes, it’s that bad…
I’m not going to be mean like everyone else and say I told you so. Yes, Karma is a mean bitch but nobody deserves to go through pain like this. Yes Tasia was wrong to wreck a household and ASSUME that the cheater would be faithful to her. If we were all honest with ourselves we have all at one time or another fallen in this trap. Believing the lies of a man who we have fallen in love with. I feel for her because its clear that she has obviously never fully dealt with the issues that led her to this point.
And so the story goes… Antoine has left Fantasia for one of the girls from The Bad Girls Club, left her with two babies to raise AND some real emotional scars to boot! I hope Fantasia learns her lesson this time!
I’m posting the full performance… But the last video is the one with the “melt down” smh
If you’re in a relationship, is it ok to leave comments for or converse with the opposite sex online? What is the appropriate social networking etiquette?
Nowadays it seems that there’s a common misconception that social media is the “devil” when it comes to relationships, and if you mix the two things will almost always go bad. The fact is having this much access to our significant others daily interactions with other people is new territory for us as humans and its clear that we haven’t evolved at the same pace as our technology. We have acquired the ability to create and control our very own digital identities with access to anything and almost anyone in the world but have yet to acquire the ability to analyze and control our own feelings of jealousy and insecurity from within. The real problem here is by design, everybody is single online. No matter what you want to tell yourself, there is no room for a relationship on Twitter or Facebook. Social networking was not designed with relationships in mind. Now I believe a man or woman can flirt and carry on with tons of random people daily online, then log off to leave that world behind and be in a committed monogamous relationship in the real world. I know its possible because I’ve done it. The question here isn’t about the intent. If you’re with someone with ill intent then there really is nothing you can do about it. The problem most people have is when a partner’s online identity behaves as if he/she is still single. Most people wouldn’t expect to see their partner flirting and carrying on with the opposite sex in person so they don’t find it appropriate or acceptable when they see the same behavior online. The internet is modern day virtual reality. Liking a picture is comparable to walking up to somebody and telling them you like how they look. So it’s only logical that “liking a bitches pics on Instagram will get you a boiling hot pot of water to the face” in real life, or so I’ve been told. In the end it all stems from jealousy and insecurity. Nobody likes to see someone else receive the attention they feel is reserved for them, and most people definitely don’t have a desire to share their significant other. However, to become obsessed with your partner’s timeline or activity tab speaks volumes of the level of trust you have for them in the first place. To answer your original question the only way to gauge what’s “appropriate” is for you and your partner to discuss it and make that determination for yourselves. Every relationship is different. You must first determine what you feel is acceptable then express those feelings with your significant other and hopefully their belief system aligns with yours. That’s really what it comes down to. Knowing what you want and finding somebody that wants the same thing. Me personally, I don’t feel like anybody should have to censor themselves for the sake of a relationship but at the same time if they are truly compatible they won’t have to.
@Haztv is the Co-host of Chunky Chickz Radio and an up and coming writer and social commentator with frequent blog contributions to #SoPhi & he will now be giving sound advice to the readers of Chunky Chickz World.Hit him up at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a problem that you need help solving!