So I’ve been following the twitter beef that’s going on between Odd Future R&B singer, Frank Ocean and Chris Brown. Basically, Chris tweeted what to him was a compliment but to Frank Ocean, an underhanded comment. Frank Ocean fired back and things went downhill from there.
But that has nothing to do with the point of this post!
My question is, what is with all the hype with this Odd Future Wolf Gang… group? I mean, I just don’t see it. I’m all for young people getting their shine on and all but, these cats are a little too weird for me.
In all honesty, I want to know how many black followers they have? Not to put things on a racial note but, I have noticed that artists like Lil B and Odd Future have a large young, white (mostly female) following. Is that a coincidence, or what?
This is just an observation.
Bottom line, there’s something about OFWGKTA that attracts more white
women people than black… Maybe this is just the new reality of “hip hop” music.
All I have to say is… Drugs will make you do some crazy things.
I’ll let you be the judge, here’s one of Tyler the Creator’s videos:
I know y’all wondering when I’m going to stop saying, “I’m Back,” but then disappear and say it AGAIN! Look, I can’t answer that but what I can do is post mad stuff, tell you to follow me on twitter and tumblr, and my second blog.
Check these next couple posts out!
Thanks & Much Love
At age 44, Comedian Greg Giraldo passed away today, Wednesday, September 29th. His death was caused by an accidental overdose of prescription pills. After being hospitalized at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, New Jersey last weekend, Giraldo passed away with his family at his side. Memorial service plans will be decided by his family and reportedly made public when available.
This is truly a sad day. We have lost a very funny man. I personally remember Greg Giraldo from his many “Roasting Sessions” on Comedy Central. Roast subjects included: Pam Anderson, Jeff Foxworthy, Chevy Chase, Flavor Flav, Bob Saget, William Shatner, Joan Rivers, Larry the Cable Guy and David Hasselhoff.
Other celebrities quickly took to Twitter with their responses to the heartfelt news. “Really sad to learn about Greg Giraldo,” David Hasselhoff tweeted. “He was a funny guy and was great on the roast. RIP, Greg…”
I am also sorry to hear about this too. Prescription medicine always needs to be taken with caution. Always.