The owner of AllHipHop.com wrote an open letter to Nicki Minaj basically chastising (concern trolling) her for the recent g-string picture that serves as the cover to her new single Anaconda. He’s sad that “as a father” he’ll have to shield his precious daughter from seeing Nicki Minaj in provocative photos.
I hate how so many people pass off their parenting responsibilities to celebrities. Especially a parent who works in the industry and has made a living prominently displaying all kinds of violent and sexual imagery.
It was fine then, but now when it comes to Nicki Minaj its a problem
jesusallen said: Whos your prediction to win the tournament? im hoping for coming to america barbershop scene
Deebo knocking Red out has to be the favorite if you’re a betting man.
Della Reese & Eddie Murphy fighting is the sentimental pick.
i don’t think i’ve ever seen a black person that even remotely resembles one of those sambo type caricatures.
Shattered that bitch
goddesscru reblogged your post Click Here To Cast Round 2 Votes … and added:
I can believe this lost (Aint nobody comin to see you Otis)
That was one of the closest vote totals.
Some entries just got seeded into tough matchups
Comcast Confessions: when every call is a sales call -
When AOL executive and Comcast customer Ryan Block recently tried to cancel his internet service, he ended up in a near-yelling match with a customer service representative who spent 18 minutes trying to talk him out of it.
Rep: I’m just trying to figure out here what it is about Comcast service that you’re not liking.
Block: This phone call is actually a really amazing representative example of why I don’t want to stay with Comcast. Can you please cancel our service?
Rep: Okay, but I’m trying to help you.
Block: The way you can help me is by disconnecting my service.
Rep: But how is that helping you? How is that helping you? Explain to me how that is helping you.
Block: Because that’s what I want.
Rep: Okay, so why is that what you want?
Block posted a recording of the call online, where it has been listened to more than 5 million times. During the ensuing media frenzy, The Verge put out a call and sought out current and former Comcast employees, hoping to shed light on the inner workings of the largest broadcasting and cable company in the country. More than 100 employees responded, including one who works in the same call center as the rep in Block’s recording.
These employees told us the same stories over and over again: customer service has been replaced by an obsession with sales, technicians are understaffed and tech support is poorly trained, and the massive company is hobbled by internal fragmentation.
The Verge will be publishing excerpts from these interviews over the next few weeks ahead of the company’s proposed merger with fellow cable behemoth Time Warner Cable…..
When the homie auntie trying to fuck on the low
Anonymous said: Are you sure you're not my bf? ya'll got too much in common.
Can I let off in that pussy too?
you really a bitch if you let the microwave hit zeros while your family is asleep you disrespectful bitch
Someone trying to get some dick from you when you just ate and you’re hella full is the absolute worst.
If you don’t like a person, why bother following them and keep tabs on their life? I don’t understand that fuckboy mentality.
omfg, I can’t
(Source: the-elle-word, via numbah007)