Ludacris his girl, Eudoxie and singer Monica were partying it up in Atlanta’s strip club. The rapper splashed over $10,000 in the club..eh, sorry, but that’s nothing to be proud of. It’s just sad to me.
This chick started as a real pro at first, but the wave then took over and wiped her and the board out.
Nobody was hurt! Have you guess who is it?
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Tank graces the cover of Rolling Out Magazine’s latest issue. Inside the spread, the singer, besides talking about music and his life, shares some secrets with women and men. Tank gives five advises for women to follow to be more appealing and few questions that he believes every man should be asking his lady on their first date.
Read the excerpts below.
Questions fellas should ask on first date:
“When you’re entertaining a woman for the first time, the most important part about that time is that you’re paying attention to her. It’s all about her. Where she’s been, where she is in life, where she’d like to go and if she needs any help with getting there. Talk about her educational process, what is what like for her growing up, siblings and her worst fear. All of these things will get a woman to feel comfortable with expressing herself. If a woman feels like she can express herself and talk to a man, she lets her guard down and she becomes more comfortable, and that’s when you can have a real interaction. At that point, you’re no longer talking to the representative, but you’re actually talking to the heart, soul and mind of that individual. Make love to her mind first and then we can get to the other places.”
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Def Comedy Jam alum and actress, Yvette Wilson, who is best known for her role as ‘Andell’ in “The Parkers” and “Moesha,” “Poetic Justice” and “House Party3,” passed away last night at the age of 48.
She was suffering from cervical cancer and reached out to the public about a month ago to raise fund for her medical treatments. Yvette needed around $25,000 by June 1st to undergo to special treatments to fight the aggressive cancer.
Unfortunately, the battle was lost and the actress past away last night.
Our deepest condolences to family and friends.
Rest In Peace, Yvette Wilson