Thelma Wright shares her story of falling into what she calls “crazy love” with one of the City’s purported kingpins of Philadelphia’s flourishing drug trade in the seventies and early eighties. When her husband, Jackie Wright is murdered, Thelma becomes a major player in the game, a veritable queen-pin, running major drug operations from Los Angeles to Philadelphia.
Women like me, who are desire only the best, but can sometimes get confused as being too independent because we know our worth.
We still require self-love love but, we want our voices to be heard too, even when we let our partners take the lead.
Men and women are going to attempt, OR be curious about the street life, but as we know from the prisons, and the 2 for 1 caskets specials, you can’t win in the end…
Souljah Boy requires attention and self-evaluation when it comes to beef. Now Souljah Boy being the best rapper of our generation, should be out making up new Super Man dances and rekindling his relationship with a studio and making a hit album. Why are these two beefing? No one knows but Souljah Boy Tell’em going to end up on the back of a milk carton,if he don’t leave this grown man alone.
Something tells me that Gillie The Kid will end up in cellblock 6 if Souljah comes within mail box distance. Gillie The Kid could beat the breaks off of Souljah and claim self-defense. You have to evaluate your mind state when you make an ass out of yourself on social media.This is were I have to wonder,when people claim they are just smoking weed and drinking, is that all there is to their high? When people rant and threaten and just start bashing people you have to be influenced by some other drugs. Weed Heads are peaceful, this rant could only be fueled by only two things popping pills or that Bobby Brown. Now since Souljah just threatened to kill someone on social media he is a suspect if Gillie gets his leg broke, arm broke, or even a paper cut. Souljah Boy is a suspect,he made himself a suspect.
I don’t think Souljah understands that Gillie The Kid will destroy his airways and distance himself from that beautiful thing he calls life. Pay attention to those men who you threaten because most men move in silence. Do you know how many rappers have died in the last seven months, from Twitter Beefs? I am just saying, Gillie The Kid will not be playing with you, Souljah. This beef could end up terrible, just like your last album.
Souljah Child needs to apologize, because he don’t want to be through bullets.
OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE: “The Divide” is a thought-provoking and suspenseful drama that explores the personal cost of morality, ambition, ethics, politics, and race in today’s justice system through the eyes of Christine Rosa played by Marin Ireland, an impassioned caseworker with The Innocence Initiative, and Adam Page played by Damon Gupton, an equally passionate district attorney and political rising star. Eleven years ago, the Butler family was attacked in their Philadelphia home and all but the youngest daughter were brutally murdered. The senseless deaths of this affluent African American family, seemingly at the hands of two white construction workers, Terry Kucik (Joe Anderson) and Jared Bankowski (Chris Bauer), threatened to ignite a racial firestorm in the City of Brotherly Love. Adam Page (Gupton), himself an affluent black man and the city’s District Attorney as well as a political rising star, made a name for himself by securing convictions for both men, leading to the death penalty ruling for Bankowski.”
“Now, Christine Rosa (Ireland), a caseworker with the Innocence Initiative, believes Bankowski was wrongly convicted of the heinous murders and struggles to stop his impending execution, while tirelessly working to exonerate Kucik.In her search for the truth, Christine uncovers evidence that puts her at odds with Adam who will do everything in his power to uphold the verdict and keep his reputation intact. His actions put a strain on his marriage to Billie, played by Nia Long, a powerhouse corporate attorney at a crossroads in her personal and professional life. Throughout the journey, all three of their pasts resurface as they are faced with the question of one man’s guilt or innocence intertwined with their own personal histories.”
I still have questions about that the gorgeous, untouchable oily forehead of Mrs. Nia Long. Was this fish grease or was it …