Doesn’t she look fabulous?!
Head over to TractHerTrailHer.com to see just how she’s been able to do it.
Rapper Foxy Brown made a surprise appearance on The Mo’Nique Show Wednesday night, where she was greeted by her idol Pam Grier and a standing ovation from audience members.
Foxy reveals how she was humbled by her experiences and how she chose her name.
Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins stopped by The Mo-nique Show last night and revealed how after TLC’s greatest album profiting at $75 million dollars, she and group members Left Eye and Chilli held Clive Davis hostage, guns and all, in his office after being given only 50k a piece. Hilarious! I love these girls.
This weekend marked the launch of Carol’sDaughter’s 9th store, which opened in Atlanta’s Lenox Sqaure Mall.
Lisa Price (founder of Carol’s Daughter) was joined by Comedian Steve
Harvey, Mo’Nique, Boris Kodjoe, Steve Stoute, and many other industry heads to help celebrate the store opening. Carol’s Daughter has teamed up with Mary J. Blige’s FFAWN organization, to host a VIP charity event, in which 33% of all the proceeds will go to the organization.
photos via: Kodakboi from KidduNot.com
“The sex is better! I have so much more energy. I can move around better, and that’s what it’s all about. I want to lose more, so I’ll just keep eating better and exercising, and the weight will come off,” she says. “It took time to put in on, and it will take time to take if off. It’s still okay to be big, but let’s be big and healthy. I had to lose some weight to get healthier because I want to be around for a while. I have twin sons who are 3 and a son who is 19, and I want the opportunity to meet their children.”
She also states that her weight has plateaued short of her goal, but that she isn’t discouraged and will continue working towards her goal.
I’m glad she’s working towards being healthier and living a long life. Congrats.
For its four cover summer issue Ebony magazine puts the spotlight on 25 black women who make us sit up and take notice and, as they put it, has the “It factor.”
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