Former ‘Growing Up Hip-Hop’ Star Reginae Carter Receives Backlash for Sticking with Rapper Boyfriend 

Reginae Carter instagram @colormanae

Reginae Carter, former “Growing Up Hip Hop” star and daughter of rapper Lil Wayne, seems to be swarmed by hateful comments lately about dating rapper YFN Lucci who is a bit older than her.

Carter has been dating Lucci for some time now but that hasn’t stopped fans and haters from voicing their opinion about the couple. The young reality star continued to post pictures with her boyfriend’s chain and tried to keep a positive attitude but it appears the stress may be getting to her. “Shining like a diamond I guess I been under pressure lately 💫

Shining like a diamond I guess I been under pressure lately 💫

A post shared by colormenae (@colormenae) on Jul 1, 2018 at 12:46pm PDT

“You are a diamond forget the pressure do you 🤞🏽😘💕,” said one fan.

Just a few days later the reality starlet appeared to address her haters head-on. “They be watching what they say especially when it’s to my face.”

The caption caused others to come to her defense. “but u must admit they hate on her 4 no reason ,and I don’t understand how u hate on a man’s daughter that literally gave us life with his music”

“Fuck wat they sayn ur Wayne’s daughter, in one way or another ur dad schooled us,so u the sub of him .period!,haters her unk said it best put sum respek on it,all tree million yall”

Someone even called on the rapper to put a smile back on his girlfriend’s face. “@yfnlucci maaaan go put that smile baxk on her face frfr”

They be watching what they say especially when it’s to my face ✨

A post shared by colormenae (@colormenae) on Jul 5, 2018 at 10:46pm PDT

The pressure may have returned after Lucci was caught on camera dancing with strippers and throwing money at them. The rapper proceeded to delete all of his pictures with Carter but she kept her pictures with the rapper up and received a ton of backlash in return.

The only person that I’ll walk thru the jungle with ❤ thanks for the adventure 🤗

A post shared by colormenae (@colormenae) on Jun 13, 2018 at 9:49pm PDT

“You’re suppose to put that trust into your Dad, Reginae. Use condoms please. Remember that parents just don’t understand.”

“so lucci deleted you off his page but he still on yours what happened sis?”

“why he deleted u off his page than deleted all his pictures @toyawright school her about these n*ggas man”

“I hope y’all ain’t break up 😒

As of the BET Awards late last month, the couple appear to still be together. Which means Carter will have to continue to fight her haters.


Source: Black info

Porsha Williams Shares Intense Workout Routine That Has Fans Screaming ‘Body Goals’

Everything is Love ❤ Morning Photo: @eyeofray

A post shared by #PorshaWilliams (@porsha4real) on Jun 30, 2018 at 7:58am PDT

Porsha Williams’ sick body is giving folks a run for their money.

“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star recently posted some stunning shots in a two-piece swimsuit showing off her figure. But the body came at a price and she gave fans a glimpse of her intense workout routine days later.

“Everything is Love ❤ Morning Photo: @eyeofray,” she captioned one of the images of her sporting a bathing suit by Bfyne.

Fans swiftly began gushing over the image.

“#BodyGoals yasss that swimsuit tho 😍.” “Yesssss hunty the people ain’t ready… 💖💖.”

“Now that is some beautiful artwork!!! Yes, ma’am.” “Serious body goals.” “Always slaying 😍😍.”

As for how Williams maintains that body, the “Dish Nation” co-host, who dubbed herself “thickums” in an IG post wishing fans a happy holiday, includes leg workouts and boxing into her fitness regimen with the help of trainer Darrell Patterson.

💪🏾🤡🔥Trainer: @iamtherealdp #BodiedByPorsha

A post shared by #PorshaWilliams (@porsha4real) on Jul 1, 2018 at 12:41pm PDT

And fans even deemed her intense workout “goals.”

“Goals…but I’m so lazy! 😂.” “Your punch is better than some of these rappers 😂.”

While exercise is part of how Williams maintains her body, during the last season of RHOA, she also explored veganism, calling herself a “baby vegan” on the series.

In an Instagram post last year, Williams said watching the Netflix food documentaries “What The Health” and “Cowspiracy” “took me over the edge.”

“I had been contemplating making a serious lifestyle change because after turning 36 I made a promise to myself to treat myself better… mind body & souls,” she continued. “You know these days it’s all about being thick and fine and body positivity. Well, I’m down for all of that but what about the inside? Will I be ‘fine’ after 50? Or will I continue feeding this temple of mine food that’s not made for it? Anyway, I’m now a vegan, I’m claiming it for my life. I’m going to try to hold myself accountable by sharing some of the journey with you all. Today I’m headed to the grocery store with the mindset [of] eat to live, not living to eat! My goal is simply that I’ll have a better quality of life for a long time to come and a much older Porsha will thank 36-year-old Porsha for saving her life! 🤦🏾‍♀️Please excuse any grammatical errors, I’m hungry! 😂 .”

While Porsha is definitely staying on top of her workout commitment, it’s unclear if she’s still a vegan.

Swipe:🌞 … Confession: Okay so I have no idea what I’m doing but I’m up for the challenge. I watched “What the health” and “Cowspiracy” on *Netflix the other day and it took me over the edge. I had been contemplating making a serious lifestyle change because after turning 36 I made a promise to myself to treat myself better… mind body & souls. You know these days it’s all about being thick and fine and body positivity. Well I’m down for all of that but what about the inside will I be “fine” after 50 ? Or will I continue feeding this temple of mine food that’s not made for it. Anyway I’m now a vegan I’m claiming it for my life. I’m going to try to hold myself accountable by sharing some of the journey with you all. Today I’m headed to the grocery store with the mind set eat to live, not living to eat! My goal is simply that I’ll have a better quality of life for a long time to come and a much older Porsha will thank 36year old Porsha for saving her life ! 🤦🏾‍♀️Please excuse any grammatical error I’m hungry! 😂 BTW these pics are pics I took this morning I have lost most of my extra tummy fat in only two days. Although the scale number is the same, it’s crazy how I can see some slights differences already. No my goal isn’t to loose weight, I just want to see what my body can do with the right food/ fuel in it. Oh also IF YOU ARE VEGAN GIVE ME YOUR TESTIMONY & TIPS BELOW😘 #RoadToABetterMe #BodiedByPorsha

A post shared by #PorshaWilliams (@porsha4real) on Jul 15, 2017 at 8:31am PDT

 


Source: Black info

After Mugabe, How Free and Fair Will Zimbabwe’s Vote be?

Zimbabwe Elections
Zimbabwean opposition party supporters march on the streets of Harare.  (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi, File)

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — It will be a first for Zimbabwe’s voters: The name of Robert Mugabe won’t be on the ballot when elections are held on July 30. But the military-backed system that kept the former leader in power for decades, and then pushed him out, is still in control.

That is the conundrum facing a southern African country anxious to shed its image as an international pariah, and to draw the foreign aid and investment needed for an economic revival. The government promises a free and fair vote and the military, whose 2017 takeover led to Mugabe’s resignation, says it won’t stray from the barracks.

Some Zimbabweans, though, wonder how much things have really changed.

They ask whether a political establishment accused of vote-rigging and state-sponsored violence over a generation would accept an election outcome — that is, an opposition victory — that might damage its interests or even expose it to prosecution for alleged human rights abuses. The military’s economic interests include the alleged involvement of security forces in Zimbabwe’s diamond-mining sector, which Mugabe himself once said had been plundered of billions of dollars in revenue.

Then there is the uneasy legacy of the military’s November takeover. It sent euphoric Zimbabweans into the streets to celebrate and was later described as a coup by Mugabe, who quit as impeachment proceedings loomed in parliament. The military intervention was mostly peaceful and tacitly supported by other countries, but critics compared it to letting a genie out of the bottle: Once the military steps brazenly into politics, why wouldn’t it do so again?

“Do you believe that people would risk their lives to carry out a coup, only to hand over power six months later to some unknown person?” Dewa Mavhinga, regional director for Human Rights Watch, asked at a recent forum on Zimbabwe in Johannesburg.

In this scenario, the “unknown person” would be Nelson Chamisa, the new leader of the MDC opposition party whose members were brutalized by ruling ZANU-PF party supporters during violent, fraud-tainted elections in 2008.

The establishment’s man is President Emmerson Mnangagwa, a former vice president and Mugabe ally who rewarded the military’s support with key Cabinet positions for former generals. Mnangagwa, who survived a deadly grenade attack at a campaign rally on June 23, says this election won’t be like those under the 94-year-old Mugabe, who had led Zimbabwe since independence from white minority rule in 1980.

Some things are very different. A record 23 presidential candidates and 128 political parties will participate; there are more than five million registered voters. Western monitors, banned during the Mugabe era, are invited; concerned about military involvement, some are urging senior officers to pledge loyalty now to the election winner, regardless of who it is.

The opposition has held rallies without interference from a police force once quick to break up gatherings of government opponents.

But the idea of accountability for past crimes by suspected state agents has no traction under Mnangagwa, himself linked to the killings of thousands of people in the Matabeleland opposition area in the 1980s. And on Monday, the MDC’s chief election agent, Jameson Timba, said the state election commission had failed to provide an accurate voters’ roll and was trying to manipulate the vote.

“We are sure Zimbabweans will not be railroaded into a sham election,” Timba said.

Zimbabweans don’t need to worry about the military, said Vice President Constantino Chiwenga, who was military commander in November when soldiers and tanks deployed in Harare, the capital. The military intervened to back a ruling party faction loyal to Mnangagwa, who had been fired as Mugabe’s deputy, in a feud with a group associated with Mugabe’s politically ambitious wife, Grace.

“There will not be a recurrence, let me assure you,” Chiwenga said last week, according to Zimbabwe’s NewsDay newspaper. “We had created a situation which was bad for ourselves and that will not happen again.”

The military on Wednesday told reporters it will not interfere in the election but will help police with law and order and assist the election commission with transport logistics, which could prove contentious with the opposition.

Spokesman Overson Mugwisi also denied reports that the military has deployed thousands of soldiers to rural areas to campaign for the ruling party, calling them “falsehoods.”

For many Zimbabweans, the grenade attack on Mnangagwa’s campaign rally in Bulawayo last month highlights the country’s political tensions.

The blast killed two security agents and injured dozens of other people, including high-ranking officials, in what the government said was an attempt to assassinate Mnangagwa. Unscathed, the president said the election would proceed as planned and blamed the ruling party faction linked to Grace Mugabe, who is no longer considered a political player.

Tendai Biti, a former finance minister and MDC supporter, said the attack reflected a tendency in Zimbabwe to settle political scores through extra-constitutional means. The same was true for the military takeover in November — an act that never got the scrutiny it deserved, he said.

“We sank our heads in the sand,” Biti said last week in Johannesburg. “We didn’t ask the tough questions.”


Source: Black info

Tiny Harris Sends Strong Message to T.I. Amid Cheating Scandal

t.i. and tiny
T.I. and Tameka ‘Tiny’ Harris attend Dim Mak 20th Anniversary at Gold Room on April 23, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Tiny Harris seems to be giving her husband T.I. ‘Tip’ Harris the cold should after the world found out about his relationship with actress Asia’h Epperson. The rapper may be trying to sweet talk his wife to get back in her good graces, but the singer said she’s more concerned with actions than words.

Tiny posted a cryptic message on her social media on July 6 putting out a full warning that sweet talk should be backed up with actions. She took to her Instagram story and posted, “I’m in my ‘You have to prove everything you say to me’ phase of life.”

Tiny has been more vocal than usual with several cryptic messages posted over these past weeks that seemed to be pointed directly at T.I. The mother of four seems to be standing her ground with her husband and reportedly refused to spend Independence Day with him, Hollywood Life reported.

“Tiny is refusing to see T.I. for the 4th,” a friend of the singer’s told the news source. He tried to get her to agree to spend it with him and she shot him down.”

Well Tiny’s rejection still didn’t stop the hip-hop artist from creeping on her page. T.I. went on his wife’s page and liked a photo she posted of herself and their adorable baby girl Heiress enjoying the 4th of July. She wrote, “On our Mommy & Me kinda 4th of July.”

Tiny appeared on her friend’s Kandi Burruss “Kandi Koated Nights” show and admitted to having her husband tailed by a private investigator when she thought he was cheating on her. She said, “I definitely would recommend it. It is expensive, though. But it worked.”

The singer could be specifying her husband’s affair with urban model Bernice Burgos which made headlines Spring of 2017 or his recent scandal with Epperson. The woman he was seen smacking on the butt and kissing.

The couple filed for a divorce in 2016, but the legal documents are still pending.


Source: Black info

Copyright CONTEXT19.COM 2019
Shale theme by Siteturner
Skip to toolbar