This music video, made by D-Fro (a producer/MC out of the Owosso/Flint area) and directed by label mate Tim Evans, promotes you to never give up on yourself, even if the world around us wants us to sometimes. D-Fro is an advocate for self-discovery and awareness of world affairs. Check out more at www.fb.com/dfromusic.
Thanks to my appearance in Tunde Olaniran's music video for his single, Cobra, I along with many other Flint, Michigan natives are appearing on MTV.com! Congrats Tunde! Please click the image to view the video!
I’m not gonna write about how I hate reality TV or that I think it needs to be off the air. I do enjoy many of the reality shows on VH-1 and I am currently enjoying Celebrity Apprentice though I have no doubt that there are strategically more Black people on this season than any other. I want to talk about how when we are given a look at how stank some celebrities really are as people that’s it’s a huge turn off… for me. Having said that, I can’t turn away.
I know from reading comments online that some people love the stank side of celebrities; perhaps because they are also stank or they only like them for their talent. I have never been able to separate the two. If I can’t stand your attitude or how you carry yourself, I cannot be your fan.
When I think of people on reality TV that I do not like, the first show that comes to mind is Love & Hip Hop. Somaya in particular rubs me the wrong way and I have no idea what Chrissy sees in Jim Jones. He always looks like he just smoked a blunt and he clearly does not want to marry her. Granted if I had a camera in my face for most of the day, aside from being bored to death, you might not like my attitude either, but I have no interest in my life being filmed for profit.
Does the way celebrities behave on reality TV make you love them or hate them?
Note: I use the word “hate” loosely in this article. I do not hate anyone or anything. I do dislike many things, but “Dislike and Hip Hop” was a corny title 😉
Dangerous and HP are scheduled to talk to hip hop artists Universal Language, musicians I.T. formerly known as Uncalled Four, and Garrick Dixon of BET’s Hell Date will also be in the house. The Dangerous Item of the Week is movie, A Dangerous Woman.