THIS GIRL RIGHT HERE is crazy, smart, funny, and will curse you out with words you don’t even know there meaning. But anyway, she is more than that, I just had to get that out of the way. She is a solid black woman who does not and will not hold her tongue for no one, except her parents. If she does, it’s because she already knows that your either not worth the time or your too stupid to even reply too or she’s just going to save your life by not saying anything, but a GIRL BYE! She’s a co-host for The Read with her friend Kid Fury (Lord he is something).
My amazing best friend Brandi called me one day and recommended that I listen to The Read. Crissle and Kid Fury are always joking about people or going off on people, and they’re Beyoncé lovers and defenders. But! On a side note, they do address real issues such as, political views, Black Lives Maters, and so on, as well as Pop culture. In other words, you will not be bored, you will be entertained. And the Read! I love for the read.
Crissle is from Oklahoma, she moved to cold ass Harlem. It took her a while to adjust and she literally started from the bottom, meaning she went from pawning her laptop to now having a big ass flat screen t.v in her new apartment. She is Pro-Black, smart, and intelligent. She’s a writer, a book lover, television appearances on Uncommon Sense, co-host on Insecuritea Podcast with Hey Fran Hey, she loves Beyoncé, and she lives for Beyoncé.
Crissle made me appreciate myself even more. People may get mad or upset at the things I say, but at least its authentic and verity. Crissle will speak facts and truth and I love it. It’s not being a bitch, although I can be one and it’s not claiming you’re a know it all. However, it’s important to read and be aware of what’s going on around you or your culture history or religion or whatever. I always research information that has been said to me, always. But sticking to my guns and knowing what I know is the best and speaking on what I know is a great feeling. People ask me why do I read. Other than just enjoying a good book and relaxing, I read to gain more knowledge. People will tell you stupid shit that sounds good and it’s not even true and I hate that. Again! That’s why I fact check people. You can’t go to Crissle and speak on some bullshit and I love that. Crissle makes me feel like its ok to speak your truth and be comfortable in your own skin and not worry about what other’s think about you.
Seriously! At my old job people, didn’t like me because they felt like I was mean, I was only mean when I kept it real. SMH, PLEASE! Now If I was to kiss yo ass, I wouldn’t be mean. I’ll be name something else.
I feel how I feel and I will say what I want to say.
Stand up for yourself, be bold, be strong, and be the best damn women you can be.
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Now yall already know that this chick puts a whole new meaning to “The Baddest Bitch”. Well…Trina created and started the Baddest Bitch movement. But I’m sayen B has it going on. She’s a legend! She literally has changed the world, not just in the music industry, but she changed the game of what it “really” means to be a woman. She needs no intro, you should already know her from Destiney Child’s, movies, commercials, clothing line, and the list goes on.
Let’s start with the Super Bowl. Keeping it all the way real, she killed it at the 2016 Super bowl. We will never forget that bomb ass performance. Every woman of color got into Formation. Her and her army of girls had afros and wore black leather clothing to pay tribute to the Black Panthers and the X was for honoring Malcolm X. And…I believe she released her new single “Formation a long with the video that day with no warnings, no notification, and no ads. Very Beyoncé. I was not ready, but I got into Formation that day, me and my soul yall!
Beyoncé did an interview with ELLE Magazine about the Super Bowl message. Nope not controversy. It’s only a controversy to those who are offended and mostly likely those people who are offended are racist. My opinion. I think it’s a damn brilliant idea for a Black Women with Celebrity power/status like Beyoncé to send a strong message about police brutality. Here’s a quote from her interview. Beyoncé stated…
“I mean, I'm an artist and I think the most powerful art is usually misunderstood. But anyone who perceives my message as anti-police is completely mistaken. I have so much admiration and respect for officers and the families of officers who sacrifice themselves to keep us safe. But let's be clear: I am against police brutality and injustice. Those are two separate things. If celebrating my roots and culture during Black History Month made anyone uncomfortable, those feelings were there long before a video and long before me”.
Very well said B.
Beyoncé music just speaks to me. Every word is in every song I can relate to. I mean she just gets me a mood. You can go from being that female hustler to freakum dress to getting into Formation and I’m not sorry.
She is an influencer for sure.
Happy Black History Month
Hey Fran Hey
Hey Fran Hey! I can say so much about this woman right here. OOOOOOOOOMMMMMMMMMMMMMMGGGGGGGGGGGGEEEEEEEEEEE. Yall don’t understand. Let me see if I can express myself through words to make you feel what I feel when I think of Fran.
Hey Fran Hey was Born April 24, 1982 and she’s from Harlem, the hood. As she would say.
She’s like my YouTube Beyoncé. If you know what I mean. She has literally changed my life. I’ve had some struggles and I had to climb some high ass mountains in my life, and I have fallen a lot of times, but I’ve learned a lot from her and there have been some parts in my life that has improved. Don’t get me wrong now, church has helped me as well. However, when deciding to change your lifestyle you don’t know how to start and or when to start and what to use and what not to use, etc. It can be overwhelming. I started following Fran on YouTube in 2012. She has a website called Heyfranhey.com. I have really bad sensitive skin with a lot of breakouts, I even have eczema, but you wouldn’t even know it because I do a lot to my skin since following Fran. I thought about only using natural clean products on my skin and hair, but I didn’t know how to go about it or what to use or how to use oils. One day searching YouTube I landed on Frans channel. Thank you, Jesus! Is what I said to myself. A woman of color, curvy, and healthy was music to my ears. If you haven’t had a chance, please go and subscribe to her channel. You will be able to find information on how to mediate, DIY’S, best products for hair or skin, and healthy eating.
She is a great resource to use when you need to know info on organic DIY’s or products. I love Fran, just by talking about her I tend to tear up because she has inspired me to take better care of myself in areas that were needed and other areas that are still in need of some changes. I’ve gained so much knowledge from listening to the Friend Zone Podcast. Listening to her once a week makes my week even that much better. I feel like I connect with her on so many levels, it’s not even funny. She’s so honest and real. I love it. I also want to add she has created a Wellness Retreat tour with 2 other amazing women. Check that out on her website! I’m so going and can’t wait for her to come to the Bay. I need to attend because I still have problems. I’m human yall!
Fran is a host on The Friend Zone Podcast with 2 other guys who are sooooooooo funny crazy and that is Dustin and Assante. They never disappointment me at all. WHO IN THE HELL WANTS A MUSTY BRAIN? Check out The Friend Zone Podcast on ITunes, Podcast, or Soundcloud. You will Thank me later and wont regret it. I’ve stepped up my Selfcare Wellness living since listening to the Podcast. Check out her YouTube Channel as well as The Friend Zone Podcast and with Crissle on the Insecure Podcast.
Trevor Noah! Who is he? Beside fine as hell. Just sayen. The first time I saw Trevor was on television doing standup comedy on Comedy Central. I thought he was HELLA funny and the topics that he was joking about were on politics, his upbringing in South Africa, and his outlook on America whiling living here in the U.S. It’s hard to make me laugh when joking about politics and race, but he did such a great job that my cheekbones were hurting. Especially since he was speaking the truth. If you haven’t watched any of his standup’s or t.v shows, please look him up on YouTube. I want you to get a clear understanding of who he is and why I have him listed as one of my Influential Black person in today’s world.
Trevor Noah was born on February 20, 1984 in South Africa. His mother is Black (African American) and his father is White (European). At that time, it was illegal to be in a relationship with someone of the opposite sex. Therefore, Noah’s parents carried on by having a secret relationship. His mother had to pretend to be his babysitter and while walking in the streets his father had to walk on the opposite side of the side walk.
I would like to share some information about Trevor. Trevor has his own show called, The Daily Show, he interviewed President Barack Obama, and has had his own comedy special on Showtime. Trevor does not hold back; he speaks his mind. He has done great things and I hope you pay more attention to him and support him in any way you can. I listed him as an Influencer, because he’s what I call, the “today” or the “new” and what I mean by that is…We need more people like him who can speak to us and to the younger generation in a way that we/younger people can understand. Yes! I’m grateful for MLK, Malcom, Ali, Rosa Parks, Black Panthers, and other Black influencers who spoke out about race and politics. However, I feel that we need to keep going and speak out on issues that are not serving us (African Americans) any good and being treated unfairly. He’s a fresh voice and catches your attention with humor and that is a BIG plus for me.
Hope you enjoyed reading my 1st Black influencer. Please look up Trevor Noah and watch his comedy clips and t.v shows.
The Family and I decided to take a trip to Half Price Book Store in Pleasanton, which wasn’t all that great. Not many selections. However, I purchased 2 books. If you have ever wanted to learn about Crystals and how to implement them into your life or you want to learn more about how to Naturally care for yourself when you’re sick, stressed, etc. These books are great.
Yes! I’m excited. I love February, yes it’s the shortest month of the year, but it’s still a month that we get to celebrate our culture, our blackness, our strength, and creativity. Expose all the great inventors, educators, activist, entertainers, sports players, and more. Recognizing and giving recognition to those who has worked so hard to make a change and has made changes for people like myself is something that I feel we should acknowledge and often talk about in schools.
To be the only race to have a whole month of celebrating the beauty of blackness it astonishing.
Every Friday, for the month of February I’ll be posting “my” 5 most Black Influencers.
Thank you for visiting my site and please free to comment and tell me your Black influencers and why.
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In a spray bottle
Your favorite Organic Essential oil. Suggestion: any citrus oil, Frankincense oil, and Lavender
Tub, shower, toilet, and sink Cleaning:
Mix in a bowl with a sponge (paste like), start polishing/cleaning and rinse with H2o (water)
Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soap. My favorite is Lemon, Lavender, unscented,
Essential Oil (if your using unscented Dr. Bronner’s)
Can be mixed in a spray bottle, but personally I feel it’s better to poor the baking soda along the lines where its dirty and then pour vinegar and allow to fizz or bubble up. Scrub with a tooth brush or a hard/stiff scrubbing brush.
Baking Soda and White Vinegar
Baking Soda and Hydrogen Peroxide
Water ½ of cup
White Vinegar ½ of cup
Essential Oil: optional
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