I had never heard of Nigerian Social media sensation Hushpuppi until a few days ago when he was featured in the news for being arrested for a $350 million global cyber scam in Dubai. For me, looking at his flamboyant luxury lifestyle before his arrest, I feel so sad for the guy, and not only … Continue reading Every Black Person Should Sympathize With Hushpuppi: The Black Gucci Syndrome
I can't go online without seeing memes, articles and quotes of how inspirational Meghan Markle has been to black women across the world. Black women, especially single mothers and single women over 30 are ecstatic, it's like they have been given a new hope by the new royal bride. Even though she's not exactly black, … Continue reading Black Women, Let’s Celebrate Our Own Royal Stories, Not Just Meghan Markle’s.
Yesterday I received a very touching comment on one of my articles from a beautiful melanin goddess called Victoria. And this is what she said... My life is proof that most black men prefer fair skinned. Me and my sister got same mother and father (biological) and I am brown skin with beautiful copper red … Continue reading Dear Jean, My Life Is Proof That Most Black Men Prefer Light Skin.
When I saw the headlines today about Kanye West and the uproar he has caused among black people, I was like, hang on a minute, is this not the Kanye West who is constantly being mocked by black people for being 'mad', 'insane', and in a 'sunken place'? Why is the voice of a supposed … Continue reading Kanye West Is Trying To Tell You To GET OUT Of Slavery
By Jean Gasho Having lived in the United Kingdom all my adult life, I have experienced my fair share of racism and discrimination, the worst being from the Scottish Justice System. I do not in any way undermine the suffering of the black race, especially that of the black woman. She is the most ill … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why The Black Man Is Still A Slave