Vanessa Simmons Enjoys Mother-Hood With New Born

Juicytings.com Filed In: Celebrity Pregnancies 24
April

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Vanessa Simmons enjoys a moment with her new-born-baby Ava Marie. Cute…huh ?

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B. Scott Suing BET On Discrimination Grounds A Fail

Juicytings.com Filed In: Celebrities 24
April

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Just because you’re a man who likes to dress like a woman- it doesn’t mean the working environment needs to accept this. B Scott suing BET learned this the hard way. B Scott probably thought that this was going to be an easy one for him in hitting the riches, but a Los Angeles judge showed him that it’s not all that easy. When B Scott showed up to the BET Awards red carpet ready to work, but dressed as a woman- he was asked to change his clothes. This is all the transgender felt he needed from BET to craft up a lawsuit against the television network citing discrimination and was asking for $2.5 million in lawsuit to BET.  Here is what B Scott jumped on his website the following day to write in “how BET discriminated against him”:

It’s not just about the fact that BET forced me to pull my hair back, asked me to take off my makeup, made me change my clothes and prevented me from wearing a heel.It’s more so that from the mentality and environment created by BET made me feel less than and that something was wrong with who I am as a person.

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Pharrell Williams Supports A Dark Skin Woman This Time Round For Album Track

Juicytings.com Filed In: Ubran & Alternative Music 24
April

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Bam! don’t you dare say singer Pharrell Williams doesn’t embrace black women, the dark skin ones, because he went and found the darkest woman he could find for the cover of his Marilyn Monroe track. Pharrell was under scrutiny  for electing to place a whole bunch of light-skinned females on the cover of his Girls album- leaving many to believe he is not in favour of  dark-skinned women. Pharrell’s argument was that one of the ladies on the cover was indeed black, but many in the black community didn’t see this woman as completely black as she is biracial.

We think Pharrell missed the point of what the black community was saying- which was…what happen to the support of the dark skin sistas. Pharrell believed that having a light-skin female on the cover of his “Girls” album is the same as placing an evident dark-skin women on the cover…it’s not and we believe he came to his senses. There’s More…

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