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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Jesus Take The Wheel: Beyonce Is In Hot Water With Her Christian Fan Base!

Lord have mercy!  Beyonce has gone and pissed off her secular fans base along with her Christian fan base with her latest leaked release "Bow Down." One minute girls run the world now they need to bow down.   Anyhow,  the idea that Beyonce would ask   folks to get into a prostrate position as in submission to her just didn't go over to well with Pastor Riva Tims. Who took to her Facebook page today and  asked her many followers "What do you think about this?" Many of the comments are not pretty at all.

Monday, June 29, 2009

Debra Lee Need To Be Fired!

I should've known better.I could use several words to describe the BET awards show, but i decided to keep it simple The word i have chosen is HORRIBLE. It was totally embarrassing. The artist of today are talentless, unlearned and disrespectful. And we say this our future? God help us....On Sunday night, BET held their annual BET Awards show what a mess of a show. Ever since Michael Jackson's unexpected death last Thursday, the entertainment network had been scrambling to find a way to honor the legendary singer. Producers were quoted as saying the show would be re-tooled to pay proper homage to the "King of Pop."

The tributes to Jackson felt thrown together--montages of Jackson's career were arbitrarily intertwined throughout the telecast while artists shared their memories of Jackson as the show cut to a commercial. Despite the minimal effort, the show was too often void of talent and class.

It's amazing to think with as many artists as were present on Sunday's award show, that there weren't more standout moments that could rightfully pay tribute to Michael Jackson. That's certainly an indictment of the modern age of music, but it also showcases the genius of the "King of Pop." Though he is gone--and hasn't made a wildly popular album in almost two decades--his talent still outshines any artist working today.