Comedian La La Sizahands recently revealed on her snapchat (lalasizahands89) that reality tv star Dr. Heavenly Kimes exhibited some “not so starlet” behavior.
Apparently, Kimes asked LaLa to appear on her reality show. During filming, Kimes repeatedly asked LaLa to publicly endorse her on social media. At one point, LaLa posted a pic of her and Kimes at her dental office, then later removed it. She went on to say that she felt that Kimes shouldn’t have asked for endorsement without paying a fee. Kimes felt that because she was giving LaLa free dental work, she shouldn’t have to pay.
It is important for every race of humans to know their history. Due to slavery in America, African-Americans were not considered human enough to be properly included in the census or have any form of archives.
In these photos, you will see rare pictures of actual African- American slaves. Notice the males and their body language. Some of this body language is still mimicked by todays African American men. Notice their facial expressions, you can see the despair, the attitude, the disdain for their establishment. In their eyes, you can see their tired souls.
Comedian LaLa Sizahands (aka Jay’La Milan) hit the Miami strip this week and has been chronicling her adventures on her SnapChat. So far, she has set aside some gym time, took us to the club and taught us some game while in the Jacuzzi. Then let us walk with her back to the hotel room as she finally stepped back in at 5:46 am. La La recently quit her full time job, stepped out on faith and is now pursuing her dreams full time!
In first world countries, one is considered poor if they receive government assistance such as food stamps and subsidized housing. Even the homeless have access to soup kitchens for food and emergency room services for health care. If you are reading this, then it is safe to say that you are privileged enough to have access to a computer and internet.
I imagine that people wouldn’t be so prone to drop out of a FREE public education system if it wasn’t given so freely. Some countries dream of having access to the things that we take for granted.
Take a look at some people in Haiti that have to survive by eating “cookies” made of dirt. In addition to dirt, the mixture is made with a touch of vegetable shortening , salt and if they are lucky, a pinch of sugar.
The next time you complain about how tough of a life you have, watch this video.
There are a ton of “Models” of Instagram that are always flashing the latest bags and shoes. They also seem to be traveling to various countries first class and sometimes in private jets. We never see them doing any high end fashion campaigns or on the cover of any fashion magazines, so how can they afford such a lavish lifestyle?
There’s a website that was designed to find out the answer. TagTheSponsor.com is known for baiting these “Insta Models” into divulging their most guarded secrets. If you want a quick laugh at these “models’ ” expense, then check out this website. You will not believe what these models are willing to do for 15K and a trip to Dubai!
Earlier we discussed the Tanya TKO vs Tommy Sotomayor beef regarding her plea for 10K due to the fact that she is living in her car. Her goal was 10K and to date, she has raised over 12K yet she still chooses to live in her car. You be the judge, and listen to why she justifies why after receiving 12K she is still living in her car.
YouTube pranks are sweeping the internet. Many of the more well known pranksters have their own YouTube channels which garners millions of subscribers and views. The money lies within the views. From what I’ve been told, most YouTube sensations get paid on a fixed (pay per thousand views) basis. On average, a YouTuber can make from $2-5 per thousand views. These prank channels average millions of views per video. Big Business, and this does not even include sponsorship monies.
Due to the high demand of the pranksters need to create a constant flow of interesting and funny content, we can understand why they feel the need to have to stage the videos. I must say that although I’ve enjoyed my fair share of YouTube prank videos, I feel a little violated by finding out that the joke was on us, the viewer!
Have you ever seen some ads on social media saying “Turn $50 into $500 or $200 into $2000” and so on? Ever wondered if it is for real? Meet someone who has actually responded to the ads for flipping money. Find out his experience step by step.