Virtuous Diva & Company is a show where excellence meets style. Trailblazing interviews with social influencers, unique topics and everything in between. Listen as we unfold the new meaning of inspired lifestyle as it contributes to a new prospective.
Beauty is skin deep but, amazing is to the bone -Valencia Newton
As we women, we find ourselves in and out of friendships. Listen as we talk about the importance of "Friendships" and how to build better ones along the way.
Special Guest: Ms. Karmen Tucker
Life Skill Aide at Whitehouse Junior High
Location: Jacksonville, TX
School: Texas Women University
Mr. Locario is a dating and life coach. He has helped thousands of men and women strengthen their relationships, develop confidence in dating, and improve their love lives. Mr. Locario has been featured on Vh1, FUSE, The Dish Network, TLC, ABC Family, The Tyra Banks Show and Anderson Cooper. He has also written for FlaglerHill.com and the Fort Green New York Times Blog. What separates Mr. Locario from other relationship gurus is his no nonsense realistic approach to life the dating game. The idea is to give men and women the knowledge, truth, and confidence to understand what they want. Thus, helping create the best options for themselves in Love and in Life. Read more @ https://www.audible.com/author/Mr-Locario/B006QR4LJC
My next guest gave me a different prospective towards life. We all struggle with something, it's up to change the struggle.
Growing up in the streets of Harlem, NY had it disadvantages for my next guest. The Smart Guy explain the life as he knows it best. Listen as he gives a unexpected story. All things are definitely possible.
ALIKO YUSEF SHAKUR ( BOXER ARTIST ) FUTURE CRUISERWEIGHT CHAMPION 🥊 FIRST RAPPER TO WIN A WORLD TITLE
Topic: Being Black in American
I ask several black men a number questions as it relates to this topic.
Listen as Joel Wilkerson of Foundation Results Enterprise sets the tone for this conversation.
Friends come from all walks of life. Embracing the importance of another, builds character. Some friendships are for a moment and some for a life time. Listen as Niroshi and I discuss what friendship means to hear.
“Friendship is the hardest thing in the world to explain. It’s not something you learn in school. But if you haven’t learned the meaning of friendship, you really haven’t learned anything.” — Muhammad Ali@nnniro041
Amway is an American multi-level marketing company that sells health, beauty, and home care products. Zahria and I got a chance to talk about how she got started with the company. What motivated her join a dynamic team of men and women. Listen as she share the importance of Amway.
Now when it comes to ordering online, the struggle is past real. I don't want to spoil this description, listen to this order shenanigans I had to go through. I'm trying to be great and these people are trying me.
There are somethings I'm opened to when it comes to dating, some more than others. I'm not a fan of the "Mama's Boy" not don't get me wrong. They come with more quality than the man in the moon. If, mom is always in the picture, the sentence and everything else. What the hell do he need me fa? Okay, that's me talking trash. Listen as I express my concerns about this matter.
King Solomon Hicks grew up in Harlem “around a lot of great musicians.” That certainly shows on HARLEM, an 11-song salute to those roots — and how the 24-year-old guitarist and singer has turned them into his own fierce and distinctive style over the years.
The set, produced by multiple Grammy Award winner Kirk Yano (Miles Davis, Public Enemy, Mariah Carey), showcases Hicks as a writer, player and interpreter. Originals such as the roadhouse ready “421 South Main,” the gospel shuffle of “Have Mercy on Me” and the aching instrumental “Riverside Drive” rub musical elbows with staples such as “Every Day I Sing the Blues” and “It’s Alright,” a Latin-tinged take on Blood, Sweat & Tears’ “I Love You More Than You Will Ever Know,” a funked-up romp through Gary Wright’s “Love is Alive” and a searing rendition of Sonny Boy Williamson’s “Help me” that closes the album.
Hicks’ playing and singing shine throughout HARLEM, blending reverent familiar with vigorous fresh, the work of an artist deeply rooted in blues birthed decades before him but equally invested in finding his own way of playing it. Yes, every day he sings the blues, but in a manner only Hicks himself can.
“This has been a long time coming,” Hicks says of his first major recording, “but I’m really happy with the sound and the way everybody played. This music is where I come from. It’s really special to be able to record these songs — and really important to get ’em right.”
Hicks has been steeped in music for as long as he can remember. Harlem, he says, “is not like New Orleans, where music is 24 hours a day — but it’s close.” His father and mother played music at home constantly. His mother also took him, as a youth, to local nightspots such as the Lennox Lounge, Saint Nick’s and the Cotton Club, where Hicks witnessed performances that made a significant impact on his outlet and ambitions. “When you’re around good musicians, it gives you that spark — ‘I want to do what you do. I want to hold my own,'” says Hicks, who started playing guitar when he was six years old. “But being around those types of musicians also taught me to NOT be the fastest guitar player. I wanted to be the one who knew the most riffs and drew on a lot of knowledge so I could play anything, and with anyone.”
I ask Mr. Manuel these questions.
1. As a y black man, how do you see the world?
2. What things would you change?
3. Do you think being black as it's advantageous?
4. How important is it you to be the best you can be?
5. Does black lives matter to black people, if so in what way?
Listens as he elaborates his perspective about being "A Black Man in America"
Mr. Mosely and I got a chance to sum up this topic. "Being Black in America"
Many of us try hard to express the way we feel. But if no one ask the question, how will we know? Being a black "Man" in "America" should't carry the weight of pain or sorrow. Being a "Black man in America" should stand for more than that. Listen as Mr. Mosely (author) speaks from the heart.
New music on the Atlanta streets.
I got a chance to sit down with @kamel_lauryn to chat about her music endeavors.
Check out her video @ https://youtu.be/lmZXfZ8xR-g
Melonie Jackson love and passion for severing others is beyond purpose. As a mentor for women and children Melonie learned at young age, what it means to give. As a thriving individual in the community there's nothing she can't do. Listen as we discuss the importance of what it means to be leader.
When it comes to being a black 'Man' in America. Many of have formed our own opinion. Although much hasn't changed! I ask several black men young and old their perspective. Listen as this Louisiana native speaks from his own experience.
Taking the time to organize your life is key. Once a month I take time to clean out any clutter, mess or clothes that no longer serves a purpose. I go to some people house, and I wonder how they function. Listen as I give me own rendition organization.
This topic is easier said than done. I've taken the time to think
positive, write, relax and gather my thoughts. What are you
doing to relieve stress? Listen as I break this down to
Self help myself.
I've struggled in the past with too little clothes. I remember working at this store, giving the opportunity to wear the garment. I didn't realize I was looking for clothes that weren't my size. The manager warned me about making poor chooses in clothing. She said, "if you going to working here, you must wear the clothes your size." It never payed attention to this issue. Listen as I break down my own struggle with clothing.
Your at the right place at the right time. Hi, my name is Virtuous Diva & Company. This show is all about promoting others. Listen as I welcome guest from all around the world to share their experiences and faith journeys.
I struggle with trying to fit in, the latest fashion. Once I learn to style myself according to my liking. I started to adjust to the true meaning of fashion. Not everything has can afford the top labels but, you can afford to make it look good. Choose you clothes wisely.
Singer and Christian worship leader, Betty McCoy Hawkins grew up in Monroe, Louisiana, the youngest of 10 children. Reared up in the church with strong family roots in Christ. This soulful, anointed Woman of God has been active in ministry most of her life, youth leader, youth director, praise and worship leader, and sung in many choirs throughout Northeast Louisiana often as a soloist.
A true relationship depends with one's self. What questions should you ask yourself, before going into another relationship? How long should you wait? Why is waiting so important? We don't take the time to evaluate ourselves before moving forward. Listen as Betty and I discuss our perspective of "True Relationship."
1. What should a woman expect before entering in a new relationship?
2. How long should women wait before she commits another relationship?
3. Why is waiting so important?
4. Should God be in the mist of all relationships?
Bodybuilding is the use of progressive resistance exercise to control and develop one's musculature for aesthetic purposes. An individual who engages in this activity is referred to as a bodybuilder. Listen as Chris and I discuss the importance of mind, body and soul fitness.
QUICK WORKOUT WE DECIDED ON DOING DURING OUR SATURDAY ACTIVE REST DAY. an active rest day is meant to be a light or easy day where you’re still moving, but not at the intensity level you normally move. MORE CONTENT ON THE WAY ! KILMONGER INSTAGRAM: TUSHAIN: INSTAGRAM.COM/TUSHAINN SEBASTIEN: INSTAGRAM.COM/SEBASTIENRICH
Singleness is defined as the state of being single. Listen as we talk about our own experience and the importance
of being single.
Kate Moritz writes:
“Whether you're happily or begrudgingly single, spending time uncoupled can be incredibly good for the soul—you can learn things about yourself that will help you the rest of your life, and in future relationships.” -2018 The Importance of Being Single
Read more: https://www.rewire.org/being-single/
Today we got chance to chat with Dr. Tony Warrick. Born and raised in Washington, D.C., I overcame incredible odds from my youth. By pulling from the grace I experienced during my darkest lessons, my focus is to help individuals change their lives, through spiritual health, personal growth, and professional development. It is my desire to provide action steps for every area of a Christian life, and my aspiration that people are equipped with practical principles to navigate the complex challenges life can bring while moving forward and making a huge impact in their community. Read more at https://www.tonywarrick.com/about/
Texas native April Harris is a devote mother, teacher and community leader. Our topic of discussion includes ”Building better relationships with black women.” Although this is touchy subject, we decided to share out own experiences to build other women.
Our other topic includes: “Thoughts about black men“ Our black men have been driven out of the homes, killed and a static to society. How do we build the black men?
Guest: April Harris
From: Denton, TX
Occupation: Teacher/ Community Leader
Now we all have experienced drama at our favorite department store. Many of us have been the issue or the drama, lol. Listen as I share my experiences when it comes to shopping.
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At the end of my day l love a good foot soak. Very inexpensive DYI for you frugal ladies and gents. A combination Epsom salt, essential oils, flowers, is a compound that can help flush toxins and heavy metals from your skin’s cells, reduce inflammation, increase circulation and ease muscle cramps and joint pain. Read more at (https://www.canyonranch.com/blog/beauty/the-healing-benefits-of-foot-soaks/)
GIRL TALK: When it comes to the LGBT community my lesbian friends speak the truth. Judging the dynamics of a relationship cause you to misinterpreted who they are individually. My advice to you is, if you have questions just ask! #girltalk #lgbtq🌈 #pridemonth #beyou #loveyourself #nyc
Maryland native Maya Lowe (aka Lowe Key), talks about her solo journey as an music artist. HBCU grade has more than just brains to offer. Check out her latest track (Love) Music: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/lowekey/love
Musician: Rapper/ Videographer/ Poet/ Photographer
Today we live in a time where change is faint. Racism’s as we know it is more evident. What does is mean to be a racist? All you have to is turn on the local news, read the headlines or visit the jails across America. The world witness the murder of “George Floyd” and many others in the hands of police. Listen as we discuss this sensitive subject.
Racism: a person who shows or feels discrimination or prejudice against people of other races, or who believes that a particular race is superior to another.
Special guest: Mr. Seneca Forch Pace University Law Student @standingrock97
Co-Host Ms. Stephanie Hockenhull @stephainenovelista
Domestic violence (also called intimate partner violence (IPV), domestic abuse or relationship abuse) is a pattern of behaviors used by one partner to maintain power and control over another partner in an intimate relationship.
Self-care is any activity that we do deliberately in order to take care of our mental, emotional, and physical health. Although it's a simple concept in theory, it's something we very often overlook. Good self-care is key to improved mood and reduced anxiety.
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Body positivity refers to the assertion that all people deserve to have a positive body image, regardless of how society and popular culture view ideal shape, size, and appearance. Read more https://www.verywellmind.com/what-is-body-positivity-4773402
Listen as Zaharia gives her story about the importance of body positivity, her journey and how to build confidence.
I’m fine taking time out to fast doing this special time of the month. Drinking plenty of water eating plenty of vegetables and food and flushing my body of all sugars. You guys stay tune as I continue this journey for a healthy life in a wealthy life.
"Salva" (born 26 Nov 1994) is a Rwandan guitarist, songwriter, best known for his right hand technique "fingerstyle technique", and the use of percussive effects on the guitar. Albeit basically a session player with various bands, Salva initiated a solo guitar performer career. Read more at (https://www.musicinafrica.net/directory/deo-salvator)
Follow at Instagram: @deosalvator
As a personal blogger, mother, wife and health guru Mrs. Pinky Gould, expresses her thoughts. Listen as we discuss COVID-19, the importance of family, friends and building better relationships.
As a personal blogger, mother, wife and health guru Mrs. Pinky Gould, expresses her thoughts. Listen as we discuss COVID-19, the importance of family, friends and building better relationships.
Self-Sabotaging means: Behavior is said to be self-sabotaging when it creates problems in daily life and interferes with long-standing goals. The most common self-sabotaging behaviors include procrastination, self-medication with drugs or alcohol, comfort eating, and forms of self-injury such as cutting.
Listen as Lynn and I discuss the importance of this major issue. How to over come and get yourself back on track.
More about my guest: CEO and Found of Petite2Queen® is a virtual mentoring community for women who want more out of life and their careers. Our team are women who have been there, done that… women who are in it with you. Our exclusive programs and one-on-one coaching provide real-life learning, insights, and transferable skills. Create your own amazing career and life!
GIRL TALK: They are all known for having large butts. Many women want to emulate the posteriors of their idols and sometimes that’s easier said than done. You’re either born with a big butt or you’re not. There are some women who won’t take “no” for an answer and instead opt for elective surgery to increase the size of their butts. Read more ... https://www.dr-adams.com/blog/butt-implants-gone-wrong-why-you-should-avoid/...
Listen as me and my co-host @stephanienovelista discuss the issues and concern when to comes to butt-lifts, injections and surgery.
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People in the work place can be so rude. It's called a workplace for a reason. Just think, if we worked in enviornment with everyone, from the same background! This really bothers me when people don't now how to approach you. So what, if I'm black, brown, or blue. I'm still human!!!
Well, first things first. Her name is Candice McCoy. With a B.S in psychology, perfect attendance in NY Writers Coalition’s creative writing class, and the title of EIC of an award-winning lifestyle blog, she has become the voice of her generation. She’s birth her second book called “BLK GRL”...
With a father she’s never met and a mother that blames her for his absence, Edmignon’s love life is proof that no one ever taught her how to love and be loved. With her 30th birthday around the corner, she’s eager to get to the root of her unhealthy attachments and build something she’s never seen or felt growing up. Along the way, she learns just how painful healing can be and that some habits – and people – are a lot harder than others to let go of. Read more ...http://www.lifeinapile.com/product/blkgrl-by-candice-mccoy-paperback/
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The multicultural woman on the go. Multilayered stories. Interwoven background. “It’s complicated”. Our founder is the embodiment of the complicated story and stopped trying to oversimplify it for impatient acquaintences who didn’t care about all the circumstances and multiple intersecting storylines that comprose who she is. So this brand is for you who are the essence of the multilayered story. You live in two countries at once. You’re balancing motherhood and entrepreneurship. You’re an immigrant learning a new language while exploring your passion. You’re multilingual and multiracial. You work multiple jobs. Or any of the above combined.
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The aloe plant has been utilized for its health benefits for thousands of years. Our aloe is traditionally processed using the entire leaf. This inclusive method retains more biologically active components found in the most potent part of the plant
It’s back to business as usual. Wellness Wednesday’s are back in effect. I put on a little weight over the last 3 months. Now it’s time to check my emotions and get back to work! Stay tune for more wellness tips, workouts and videos #wellness #wednesday #love #you #as #much #as #you #can #u #only #have #one #life #to #live #selfcare music 🎶 @esterdean
In this episode Mr. and Mrs. Parks discuss the importance of building solid “Relationships“, with God, each other, family and friends.
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Dropped in to chat with Mr. Paige, owner and creator of RocWIthMeInc. Reginald Paige (aka Scottie P.) is the CEO of Roc Wit Me Inc. (RWM) which
(1) promotes healthy lifestyles by providing the highest quality of compassionate, comprehensive social services; and
(2) education to the public concerning substance abuse and mental health; and
(3) to enhance healthy lifestyles to youth at risk, communities; and
(4) reduce Adult Recidivism.
Scottie is a native of Wilmington, NC now residing in New York City. Through Scottie’s own experience around the effects of substance abuse and mental health, he is committed to the mission and vision of Roc Wit Me. Inc. In January of 1998; Scottie was also accused of murder.
He knows that the only reason he was arrested was because of his substance use. For the next 18 months, Scottie was behind bars; dogged by the fear of life in jail or wrongful execution. Read more at https://www.rocwitme.org/about ...
Experienced construction and beauty ”Boss” Shaunell Kennard level of success is nothing shy of a dream. Listens as she shares her faith walk story.
IG: @missconcited @shopkoil @conceitedinc
Conversations about the importance of fathers usually revolve around sons: how boys benefit from having a positive male role model, a consistent disciplinarian, and a high-energy roughhousing partner on their way to pursuing career and family success in adulthood. But as recent research shows, fathers also affect the lives of their young adult daughters in intriguing and occasionally surprising ways.
Ebenezer Moore grew up in Ghana known as the Republic of Ghana. Located off the Gulf of Guinea and Atlantic Ocean, in the subregion of West Africa. As a kid Ebenezer enjoy music growing up, every morning his mom would play music all the time. Culturally West African music influence young Ebenezer through style of traditional and genre originated. Listen as Mr. Moore share his music experience. (Check out his Youtube https://youtu.be/SJ_fjtbN5RI) Instagram: @asthmaticofficial
Hélène Sanoussi was born in Guinea in 1980, the second child of a prominent government leader and Diplomat father and a gynecologist mother, who afforded their 4 children the opportunity of travel and encouraged cultural explorations. This early exposure to various cultures and people ignited Hélène’s curiosity and passion for humanity. She simply loves people. There is little you should know about her except for the fact that her life experiences made her an empathy and empowerment catalyst in people’s lives is something she has identified with ever since she was a child. That is her gift. (Read more...at https://www.eclosexperience.com/about-helene)
Maybe other people think you have it all together. That can make things even more stressful. How can you share your pain or anxiety with family or friends who think you have it all?
Maybe you feel pressure to keep up the facade that everything is perfect in your life. Maybe the people around you need for you to be okay. Maybe they rely on you. The pressures of work and family may not allow you the time to focus on what is really wrong. And, maybe you do not have the support that you need.
This is not your normal podcast. But, today I will share my method of how I find lost things. The more we move around and the busier we get, we tend to lose things along the way. Listen as I explain my #1 method that helps all the time.
I’m learning a lesson when it comes to my emotion. I didnt realize it was getting in the way of everything. Work, friends, relationships. Until one day a friends set me down and told me the truth. He gave me advice I needed. There’s nothing wrong with checking your emotion or they will check you. Listen as I explain my emotional situation.
Nyota’s music is all about breaking the boundaries of society and the typicality of the world. Seeing the world through your 3rd eye. Seeing how society is tricking us and how we really need to open our eyes and minds to the government, standards (obvious or not), friends and all. How to set your own trends and push the system and to not conform to the world and its system.
Nyota (actual name is Nyota Parker) is a storyteller. She has been passionate about music since the age of 4. Nyota, born on 28/03/2000, is a 17-year-old upcoming rapper/vocalist/songwriter/music composer/Hip-hop & Jazz artist who was born and partly raised in Dublin, Ireland, and Cape Town, South Africa. Her mother is from Congo and father is English/Irish. The mixture sure has resulted in sassiness and passion beyond her years and dreams of becoming an internationally known Hip-hop/Jazz artist and this is growing to be her reality.
Two years-ago Nyota picked up her book and started writing and performing her original music. Her songs connect to a variety of audiences locally and internationally, bridging the gap between old school and current hip hop while drawing comparisons with artists such as Tom Misch, Mick Jenkins, Erykah Badu, Lauryn Hill, who are also her inspirations! Along other local artists.
Nicki Minaj actually has inspired her so much and is a big part of her life and has been since she was 11 Years old. Her dream is to one day influence her influences and inspire her inspirations.
Nyota would like people to be inspired to not conform to society, to chase their dreams and actually be themselves. She considers herself a conscious rapper/artist with a commercial element. She likes to stimulate the subconscious. Let people know that they don't need to be locked in or limit themselves but rather step out, stand out, break the boundaries and unlock their full potential.
Nyota had released her first main project on 1st May 2017 on her Road To Infinity 2 year project plan, her mixtape "Age Of Enlightenment" consisting of 15 tracks. It is available to stream on soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/nyotaofficially/sets/age-of-enlightenment-mixtape
It is also on sale on ITunes, Google Play and many online stores.
Her music video for her song "Free Us" (which also plays on Trace Africa and MTV Base): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5xLxb3mdPg
She has recently founded and registered a new genre called "Trazz" which is a unique infusion of Trap and Jazz. This will be on her next project, her Trazz EP that will be released soon.
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In the workplace people don’t know it’s a discrimination to publicly talk about any ethical backgrounds hair. Company handbooks need to write certain rules and regulation when it comes to protecting black employees who were natural hairstyles
I’ve had many friendships in my lifetime. I have grown to learn all things don’t last forever. Friendship build us into the person we’re striving to be. Listen as I share some advice about the wellness of relationships.
We have all heard of Paparazzi Jewelry. Well tonight we have the pleasure of speaking to Ms. Regal Allure. Listen as she goes in deep about the business and the the rewards of $5 jewelry. This episode will definitely keep you cute and trending. For more information please follow her @jus_ehood
Since High School Bremman Burgos and Raymond Florentino were always interested in playing all kinds of music. However, not all songs are written down on sheet music and readily available to play. This caused them to form their own group to arrange music for themselves. Listen as they share their interesting journey along the way.
It’s Social Sunday here at Virtuous Diva & Company today’s interview features @gashousesmitty entertainment. His story is like no other, rapper and business entrepreneur bossed up! #inspired #soicalsunday #business #boss #rap
If you never heard of this particular dj, then your definitely at the wrong party!
As a young child Spinn was able to perfect his passion for musIc. Growing up listening to his father play the trumpet, DJ Spinn mastered the art of rhythm and beats along the way. At 11 years of age Spinn performed at parties with a Sunkiss soda as a payment. This is episode you don’t want to miss.
A trailblazer in her ministry LaShe Perry is definitely breaking chains. She is moving mountains as innovator, a woman after Gods heart and a author. Listen as she shares her faith filled journey, this is one testimony you don’t to miss.
It’s Social Sunday here at Virtuous Diva & Company. Tonights podcast features Arinmaribella a creative entrepreneur of Liberated Threads. Listen as she shares her journey as an activist in the communication, fashion designer and women of empowerment. Please follow her @animarbell and @liberatedthreads
It’s Soulful Saturday here at Virtuous Diva & Company. Tonight I had the pleasure to interview this beautiful soul @denise.summers listen as she talks about nutrition, autism and strength.
The work place can be a tricky place to have the wrong prospective. There are times you have to thinks outside of yourself in order to have a professional foundation, it’svery easy to get caught up in your feelings without anyone knowin.g But, the worst place you can be is in your emotions. Listen as I tell you about my own struggle.
THE BIBLE SAYS WAIT ON THE LORD...I’VE HAD MANY INCIDENT WERE I DIDNT TAKE HEED TO THIS VERSE. IN THE MIST OF WAITING YOU MUST LISTEN FIRST. LEARNING TO WAIT ON GOD CAN BECOME A CHALLENGE BUT, IF YOU ARE WILLING TO LET HIM USE YOU, IT COULD BECOME A BLESSING IN DISGUISE...LISTENS AS I UNFOLD MY THOUGHTS
I just don’t make no since to have people around you that bring you down or drown you with their problems. This has got to stop! I found myself always helping people with their problems and not my own. This became a problem because, the conversation would be over and over. Or the person would be so negative it would become a burden. Listen as I give a couple of pointers about this topic.
God has a way of placing people around you, that remind you of your old ways. This is somehing I’ve gone through several time. It’s not all always easy dealing with someone that may have a bad attutide or just mean as hell. If that‘s you raise your hand. I feel in order to get pass this stage, you must be willing to go through the test. God wants to see it your truly one of his, love is defiantly the key answer. Pay attention!
I’m not pro-black unless you come for me. In this case I don’t believe “Gucci” meant any harm. In my opinion we as African Americans need to change the prospective instead of giving it so much energy. With of all of the back lash and negative fee back ”Gucci” corporation didn’t lose any money or sleep behind any of the complaints. So, my question is the ”Black Community” what now?
Listen as Rizzo and I chat about businesses today. Things we notice and changes that could be made. We know that every business has it’s flaws but, we also know the other side of customer services. Sit back and relax, this could take a while.
That time of the month can bring about so many emotions. As women we tend to carry the weight of are past that causing emotional obesity! Listen as I breakdown my issue. This is definitely a area in my life I need to change. I crave sugar, gossip and even negative people.