So Im not sure if this will ever see the internet light of day, because its 2:51 am and I don’t know if I am being classist or adult. Tonight was the K.Michelle concert and while I got her interview, the biggest news(at least for me anyway), was that ClassyBlackGirl.com is not appropriate for a LOT of Black women. I was so disappointed and clearly I have been in a bubble for some time. I do not know if it is because of age or bourgeois beginnings or a mixture of both.
I have been to tons of events where I am “interviewing the celeb.” It is always fun, I usually get to be seated in a comfortable environment, look at the celebs talent onstage and get an opportunity to snag a great interview. But whilst in VIP I was constantly hit on, and bumped into by men and women who were “hood” to say the least. One chick actually bent over and grinded her drunken hind parts into this old mans crouch and I was only thinking, “Lord don’t let her lacefront come off.” And this was in VIP!...I cannot imagine what was happening on the floor, as I never ventured down there.
It lead me to sit in front of my laptop and say, “We have a long way to go.”
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The mission statement of the time that I put into this beautiful online brochure of mine is...
"To help social media novices and mavens alike become more informed about how to build better social media amplification and share all of my delightful life experiences along the way!"