Posts Tagged ‘Snoop Dogg’

Gotta Love

In Communication, Griot, Networking, TV Shows on September 17, 2012 at 8:12 am

Snoop’s Bad Girls

You know Snoop be ‘on it’ and I’m sure you’ve heard of his recent business play –
Snoop has changed his name-in-the-game & is now rapping to Reggae.

But his flair for style and a good time has not waivered one bit –
Snoop has put on an all girl COMEDY SHOW & his line up is a hit.

Tiffany Haddish is one of the baddest along with Cookie Hull, Luenell, April Macie and Monique Marvez

All of the woman were hilarious, in big breasted form and A-cups too.
Tho Tiffany Haddish had me crying, walking on the sides of her shoes.

Oooo! The things we do to get a mans attention
So Cookie Hull is well worth the mention:

She was cool, she was slim, her hair cut short – for no beauty turmoil
but she had my side hurting implying her kitti kat is wrapped in foil.

I could bullet-point quite a few laughs, for a more thorough griot flow,
but then the article would be too long – it’s quicker to just watch the show:

SNOOP DOGG Presents:

The BAD GIRLS of Comedy

Gotta Love that side splitting Comedy,
I’m Qui
Inviting you to roll on through, watch the vid and laugh with me.
Ooo Wee!


Bagging KEY & PEELE

They’re mixed, they’re dark and comically tall,
Key & Peele renewed their spill on Comedy Central for this fall.

They’re complexion is creamy like President O’s though complete with a mixed-hood style.
They dress up smart and talk the proper part but when necessary will get buck wild!

Everybody loves the mixed baby with the built-in tan, and curly hair so sweet.
But we also know they hone dual tones and are truly a frosted mini-wheat.

Today curly hair – Tomorrow it could be straight.
They can master on fries or head up the United States.

Two tones residing in one. Could it be the master race?
I don’t know – but it sho’ look so, per the dude in the White House space.

Key & Peele are two grown men, who have lived this duality all of their lives.
And hosting a show on Comedy Central is where the two [Mad TV alums] have arrived.

Surprise! The humor is easy, but does have a touch of reality’s race sting,
I’m Qui
Tuning in to the new seasons spin – Its KEY that I don’t miss a PEELED scene.


The AWKWARD Candidate

NewsWeek (in bold face) called him “A Twit”.
Gotta love the awkwardness of candidate Mitt.

With his shoulders pent back and butt cheeks clinched tight,
He’s running to lead the charge -in the dark with no foresight.

It’s seems painfully clear in the way he represents:
He’s not in it for the people – he just wants to be PRESIDENT.

He’s not for Womens Right and is down with changing voting rules.
There’s nothing more entertaining than watching a dunced fool.

I’m down with Womens Rights and I wish every American the right to vote.
I’m down with the course our country is on and I will voice it at the poll.

But without a little laughter every now and then, life would not be so sunny.
Though I must admit watching the stiff Mitt on a ‘gaff rip’ is laughable and funny.

Gotta Love Mitt. He’s the comic candidate.
He’s good on hurling chief insults and then defending that.

He knows nothing about women – thank God he didn’t birth a one.
And watching his wife try to re-write his life looks like painful fun.

Ann R. ain’t smiling no ‘mo and Mitt is on the vapor trail.
I’m Qui
and I think the debates with President O. will prove to be Romney’s hell.

The Van Peebles Steeple

In Communication, Movies, Networking, News on May 5, 2012 at 4:28 pm

ere’s a first look at ‘WE THE PARTY’
A Coming-Of-Age Film for today’s generation.

Remember that feeling you got from watching perhaps relating to — Tom Cruise’s sexy dance in Risky Business or Kid ‘n Play wrecking havoc on the ‘hood in House Party? Mario Van Peebles is bringing back that loving feeling with We the Party, a movie largely inspired by his going “undercover” to the club with his teenaged brood and walking away with a movie script.

It quite possibly could be this generation’s next big teen thing. The movie begins the way all teenaged-angst films do: with a pretty girl, a really smart boy and a an impossible event. The boy in question is played perfectly by Van Peebles’ son Mandela, supported by a cast of all his siblings, plus some pretty popular people including Snoop Dogg. Quincy Brown (Kim Porter’s son), Moises Aria (Hannah Montana) and Orlando brown (That’s So Raven). Drug dealers, sex, grades, the senior prom, the basketball team, underground music, skinny dipping, a house party, a class project gone wrong, a misunderstood attempt to do the right thing and a few cops mash together to form a story a bit too steamy to be an after school special but just perfect for the soon-to-be adults among us.

“When the teenagers see it, they’re like, ‘Man, this is authentic,'” says the elder Van Peebles, laughing. “One of the things Ice-T kept saying to me while we were making New Jack City was, ‘Make a movie about how things are.’ We decided early on we were gonna do it real. [In We the Party, the kids] were like, ‘Yo this is how we hear our music,’ and yet, you still have that heart and some cinematic nutritional value.’

Mandela, who plays the main character, provided his dad with a lot of insight for the movie, including introducing him to hot groups like the New Boyz and Rj3ctz.

“Last summer, me and my brothers and my sisters wanted to start going out to parties on the weekend,” says Mandela, 17. “We said, ‘Dad can we go out, and we’ll be back at 1 or 2 a.m.?’ And he was like, ‘Hell no, you can’t. ‘We pretty much came up with a deal that if we got to go to the club , he had to come with us, but he had to wear what ever we wanted. we put him in skinny jeans. He just looked like a really old person; like he was our bodyguard.”

Mario saw possibilities and a movie script.

There was one club [where people were having] safe sex on the dance floor,” he says. “it was a trip. While we were at different clubs, they were playing songs by the New Boyz, music I hadn’t heard before, and doing all these new dances. The Breakfast Club was smart and rated R. it’s been [almost] 20 years since we had our definitive, sexy, coming-of-age movie.

[Story by Adrienne Samuels Gibbs – Source Reference: Ebony Magazine]

The talent in this family says ‘the genes aren’t playin’.
They’ve got the same ‘good thing going’ as all of them Wayans.

I look forward to supporting the film,
I’m Qui
A fan of that Van Peebles reel.