You either hate Kelis or love Kelis.
Kelis is an acquired taste, that can’t be categorized by one and only musical genre, her stylized almost rapping, raspy lower octave voice, and her distinctive beat riding is her sound and of course gained her fame, and a hit song, “Bossy.”
Kelis has a fashion peculiarity about her, that at times comes under scrutiny. Her voice is mocked at times, and even some fool put her on a list as one of the “Ugliest Women List” which is simply not true.
Kelis is of African-American, Chinese, and Puerto Rican descent and her eyes and her soybean colored skin, is unique but exotic beautiful.
Her creativity and her fashion accessorizes her confident and unyielding ability to still have faith that her record career, will eventually earn another Grammy Nomination. Maybe it this time for Kelis she can prove her naysayers wrong?
Kelis surprisingly is a professional chef, and recently attempted to live a low-key life professional life, but her personal life could never leave mainstream media.
She constantly has suffered backlash in the spotlight, for her divorce.
Kelis the chef, enlisted her own recipes as her track list for her new release “FOOD.” The author has also landed her own television show on “Saucy & Sweet” that is currently on The Food Channel, but also is accessible for personal viewing on-line. Kelis never embodied many octaves, in her raspy and often criticized voice.
She however utilized her fashion exploration and personal marriage drama to stay in the limelight. Even if it was bad press, that press apparently became beneficial to her new-found success.
Here is a live performance sponsored by Morning Comes Eclectic of her new single, “Friday Fish Fry” and she should come visit us in South Carolina. We always appreciate a good fish fry, and here is the often discussed, but rarely seen, Kelis.
Beauty Of Knowing You Can Make Things Happen!
Men and women should surround themselves with people that want to build mentally and physically.
If you are mortified about what you are doing in life, do something else.
You can be the master of your own failures, if you let drama and negativity cloud your life.
If you like me, you have been up against the wall but kept your head up high. It was never in vain, you will reap your benefits in time.
Be patient and happy with blessings and accomplishments, I am!
Hope and faith are the reason I know life has more in store for me.
So many opportunities, and so many exceptional things are destined for you to, but ignore jealousy!
You have to stay focused and confident and keep loving life.
Don’t let negative emotions get involved with your struggle.
Love the men that surround you and let them know you believe in them, but will speak up against misogynist and disrespect of women. God, will lead you into your truth, but the Devil will throw every obstacle in your way. Never get too upset about rumours. Remember, you must be “that bitch” to cause all that conversation. You are always in God’s favor and shake off the Devil. Keep pushing and remember, God wins in the end.
“You will never see me coming, but you will know when I get there!”***messymandella***
Cameron Michelle Diaz, stays relevant and loyal to her true-blue fans and releases comedic movies, and has remained active in the business for over 20 years.
In the Film, Art and Entertainment Industry most lose sight of the craft to remain in the limelight.
Women like Cameron employ not exploy their comedic gift, and artistry to gain fandom and lives a private life, off stage.
On competitive women: “Women are taught that we’re supposed to be pitted against one another. I never grew up that way. I was not drawn to women who were competitive with me. Any time I did, I found myself broken-hearted. [So] I just decided that as soon as I felt that from another woman, I’d go the opposite way. We live in a society where women are self-sufficient, they can take care of themselves, and what they need are more women in their lives. We understand each other, we know each other, we can be compassionate towards one another, the same way guys are ‘bros’ and ‘buddies’ together.” From The Sydney Morning Herald