- Ghostface Killah of the Wu-Tang Clan appeared on Angela Yee’s satellite radio show and said some pretty appallingly misogynist stuff. He criticized some woman who apparently said she screws a new dude each month. “For a female, that’s not nice.” When Angela pointed out the double standard there, Killah said, “That’s what’s wrong with our people and shit. They put our women equal to men. We’re not equal.” Then he continued to criticize Karrine Steffans, who wrote Confessions Of A Video Vixen. “I would never wife that. She had so many d***s in her mouth…I ain’t never made one of those my partner,” he said. “If I f***ed a bitch and it was like that, then I just f***ed her and that was that.” [Salon Broadsheet] — Charming fellow, that one.
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You remember the book, don’t you? It was a New York Times best seller penned by Karrine Steffans, the infamous groupie who managed to get her claws — or, more to the point, her mouth — on every major rapper, from Sean “Puffy” Combs to Jay-Z and Lil Wayne. She’s now lauched a DVD appropriately titled, “Kiss and Tail: The Hollywood Jump Off.” While she does rehash the same old story of how she, er, climbed her way to the top of the groupie ladder, she adds another dimension: interviews from her famous conquests. Akon, Ja Rule and Big Boi of Outkast are a few of the many artists and actors who give their side of the story on the DVD. The video is available right now at Best Buy of all places for only $14.99. [Global Grind] Keep reading »
Rihanna’s got hit singles, happenin’ style, and a hot attitude. We’re not worthy, we’re not worthy! But apparently Chris Brown is. So, who is the
rapper rapper/R&B singer she’s so comfy with that he A) gets to see her hair wet, B) comments that she needs to “cover up” to stop attracting male admirers, and C) still claims they’re just friends? Keep reading »