Monday, March 23, 2009

WTF is she talking about?

Everyone who knows me know I am an advocate for empowering my people but I also believe in the prison system. I think some things in prison should be eliminated like cable, picture taking during visiting hours, and I think those jokers should do hard hard desert training type of work. Anyway, my shero, Angela Davis, is once again speaking out against the U.S. prison systems; according to the University of California professor will be speaking at Ebenezer Baptist Church tomorrow 24 March @ 7p.m. about ending the prison system.

Professor Davis, know when to stand down and make people accountable for their actions. I would love to know what you think their punishments should be!

Lady GaGa one of the biggest break out artist of 2008 released her cd back in October “The Fame”. She recently gave an interview and stated that she was a rich girl turned stripper that wore black leather and danced to rock music.
She wrote songs for the Pussycat Dolls and Brittany Spears, but wanted to shine herself.
It’s all good we love you Lady GaGa, but I don’t know one rich girl that want to be broke and strip, I know some broke girls who strip because they need that bread.
Sometimes you just have to use the excuse it was for exercise. Read a bit of the interview
POP sensation Lady GaGa, quite outrageous in her music videos, used to be a stripper.

“I have a strong sense of my own sexuality. I love the naked human body and I have huge body confidence,” she tells the News of the World newspaper in the UK.

“I was working in strip clubs when I was 18. Girls from my background weren’t meant to turn into someone like me.

"I come from a wealthy Italian family, went to a good school (she was at the same super-rich Manhattan Catholic girls’ school - Convent Of The Sacred Heart - as Paris Hilton). You’re meant to live with Mom and Dad until they die.

"I went against all I was brought up to be; I moved out of home, wouldn’t take any help from my parents (her internet entrepreneur dad and his business partner wife) and supported myself with waitressing jobs and stripping.

“My act was pretty wild. I’d wear black leather and dance to Black Sabbath, Guns N’ Roses and Faith No More. Very rock ’n’ roll.”

The woman wrote songs for Britney Spears and The Pussycat Dolls before deciding she wanted a taste of the limelight. She transformed herself from a brunette in braces and jeans to the bleached blonde siren.

“Some people are just born stars,” she says.

“You either have it or you haven’t, and I was definitely born one.

“Even as a kid I always had eyes on me, like bees on honey. I was always outrageous and I was always very smart.

If you haven’t heard of Lady Gaga check the vid

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