ALL HAIL THE QUEEN: THE QUEEN LATIFAH SHOW GETS AXED.

NO SURPRISE HERE! The Queen Latifah show has been cancelled. The shows rating were not doing so well. Although the Queen Latifah was allegedly the number one talk show last year. Many of Latifah’s African American fans were not feeling her talk show. The Queen we expected to see never showed up. Wait there was that one time she did a performance with Brandy, McLyte, and Yo Yo to reunite for the I wanna be down remix song. NO WE REALLY WERE NOT EXPECTING HER TO RAP. But the Queen Latifah we expected to see has flavor, hint her FLAVOR UNIT ENTERTAINMENT company. The Queen LAtifah that host this talk show was very bland Β There were many things wrong with this show, but there is no need to throw salt on a wound. Although Queen’s show is over, she has not time to boo hoo over it. Queen Latifah’s production company FLAVOR UNIT has a production development contract with Centric. Remember Queen Latifah’s company produces the Vh1 drama series Single Ladies. The drama series will no longer air on Vh1, the new season will air on Centric. Oh and lets not forget to mention the Queen’s distribution deal with Netflix. All hail the QUeen , she has no time to cry over a little talk show, when she has an empire to rule.

SAY IT AIN’T SO: COSBY’S RAPE ALLEGATIONS ARE HEATING UP AND BURNING A LEGACY

A pot of trouble has been stewing and the ingredients are Bill Cosby, rape allegations and his legacy. The comedian recently canceled his scheduled appearances for the Queen Latifah Show and Late Night with David Letterman. Then Netflix postpones Mr. Cosby’s comedy special. Now TVLand has pulled the Cosby shows reruns from their production schedule.

Looks like it is going to be an end of an era. Do you think Mr. Huxtable did these things? These rape accusations have grown like a man on steroids over the past couple of weeks. However the rumors of rape have been lingering for decades.

I don’t want to believe that Mr. Cosby did it. But in today’s world I would not be surprised if it was true. You just never know anymore. I hope it is not true, but only time will tell I guess.

WHAT DO YOU THINK: E! PICKS KATHY GRIFFIN TO FILL JOAN RIVERS SHOES

Since the passing of our beloved Joan Rivers, the hit show Fashion Police has been off of the air. Going on without Joan just didn’t seem right. There were rumors that the show was probably going to cancel, but as Joan would say The F**king Show Must Go On. Well E! has decided to keep the successful show in production, but with some restrictions. The show will no longer air weekly, it will only air for award shows and other special occasions. Comedian Kathy Griffin will sit in Joan Rivers chair according to TMZ. Kathy is just as outspoken as Joan Rivers was, but can she pull this off?

What do you think?

AND IT CONTINUES: AALIYAH MOVIE NO BUENO

WTF: AALIYAH FANS HATE LIFETIMES AALIYAH MOVIE

AALIYAH FANS ARE NOT HAVING IT. THE AALIYAH MOVIE HAS BEEN ON FOR 36 MINUTES AND THE RANTS HAVE STARTED.

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An Open Letter to Bobby Shmurda

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Please read

(although this post has nothing to do with the television industry, it has Β a message. Spread the word and support this writer. )

Originally posted on New Culture Vibes:

By Imani Brammer

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Dear Bobby Shmurda,

I have danced to your song β€œHot Nigga.” It’s on my iPod and I love when it plays. What does this mean? It means that I enjoy a catchy beat, a nice flow and even better, a fun dance to complement it. However, for a while, I didn’t know that you were rapping about murdering people. I was simply lured in by your beat, flow and dance alone. The lyrics were dissonance: mere noise that did not register in my mind. Though mainstream rap is often frowned upon, not all the time am I compelled to listen to politically conscious music like Common and Mos Def (though I adore them both, and also have them on my iPod). Sometimes I want to simply hear a beat, hear some words that flow and dance without digesting or internalizing the lyrics. However one day…

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