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Candid Fab: Andre 3000, Meagan Goode, Gabby, & Mike+Kimora Is Team Hillary

  Andre Three Thou hit up GQ & CFDA;s Best New Menswear Designers event in NY yesterday.
Photog: Kambouris 
Only he could wear this ish an get away with it.    
Photog: Michelly Rall
Mike Tyson and his beer belly are in South Africa doing some charity work.  Let's not teach the kiddies any of your bad habits k Mike? Ms. Goode was spotted walking the streets of LA last night:
Photog: Lacroix
Minimal makeup and still fab. So Malcolm Jamal Warner was trying to preserve his sexy last night at his Fool's Gold Hollywood premiere:
Photog: Granitz
Oh really Malcolm?  Gabby is in Arizona partaking in the Superbowl festivites (surprise, surprise) in Arizona: She teed off at yesterday's Audi Hole-in-One Challenge for Charity. Cute laid back look. 
Photo: Polk
And ATL Falcon Ovie Mughelli was there too.  Fun times. According to a press release that was just sent out, Ki Ki Simmons has officially endorsed Hillary Clinton:
"I have known Hillary for many years and have seen her work passionately on many issues, including poverty, education, and prison reform," said Simmons. "I'm proud to support Hillary because she has the experience necessary to deliver real solutions and turn our country around. In addition, seeing Hillary as President would be an inspiration to my daughters, knowing that they too can be anything they want if they have the determination to make it happen. As a mother, I have learned that you must lead with your head, not just your heart, and I'm confident that Hillary will be the President to bring our country together and deliver a brighter future for all Americans."

I'd pay money to see Hill don some Baby Phat jeans at the Democratic Convention as a thank you.
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Andre is standing next to his

Andre is standing next to his master
xpressyurself's picture

[quote comment="31818"][quote

[quote comment="31818"][quote comment="31567"]Damn, Dre!! He need to be gay or bi cuz I got something for them thick azz lips!![/quote] *side eye *pssst....wrong site[/quote] Damn...I am crackin up at this comment!!!!!!!!!!! Love the *side eye*.
Haute's picture

and what does it matter who

and what does it matter who we vote for? bush has proved time and time again that the popular vote means shit. it is just so frustrating to see the wrong people being elected and our rights being ignored.. cant help but feel helpless.
noyb's picture

hillary will bring change to

hillary will bring change to the country. for all the people accusing bill clinton of being a bad president, are you too fckin young to remember that our economy was at its best in the past 50 years? obama is a great candidate, seems like a wonderful man and i honestly do believe that he WILL try to the best of his power to do everything he says he will do.. but to HARLEMCHICK who says that none of the "white" "middle" hick states will vote for hillary, do you honestly believe that they will vote for a black man either? please, be more realistic.. neither hillary or obama stands a chance against a white man, but hillary sure as hell has a higher chance of being elected in the collegiate than obama.
noyb's picture

I feel it is very sad that we

I feel it is very sad that we do not view things as other ethnicities do in our country. When other cultures vote, they vote based on their experience with a specific party, religious preferences, the issues that concern them the most i.e. right to choose, death penalty, etc. It seems that African-Americans still have some ways to go in being confident that we can lead others. I am so tired of hearing that Barack does not have experience. No one in this election has real experience until they are in the acutal position of being President. Yes, Hilary's husband had success, but Bill has had success in the position of President, not her. I am tired of Hillary riding on Bill's coattails. She was the first lady. If you look at her record of helping her husband while in office she tried to create a National Healthcare Program which failed misearably. Yet, we never hear about this. Yes, she is a woman, but why do we think a white woman represents our interest? When African-American women and women of color supported the suffragettes back in the day (these were women who were trying to get equal rights and voting rights) when white women progressed and got voting rights - women of color did not. With Affirmative Action, the biggest benefactors have been white women. So when you vote, think about voting for someone who represents your interests and shares your life experiences. Do not be afraid to put a person who has clearly overcome some tremendous obstacles (Barack) in the presidential position. Though Barack was a Senator with little experience he opposed the Iraq war, when Hillary did not. This means Barack is willing to challenge things when he does not agree versus going with the status quo unlike so many of our politicians. This man and his wife came from America's finest institutions and are equipped to handle this job better than anyone else running for office. Do not forget Bill Clinton allowed millions of African-Americans to die in Rawanda without intervening and made our poor blacks poorer by cutting governmental programs.
radical81's picture

Why is Kimora still caring

Why is Kimora still caring the Simmons last name? Aren't her and Russell divorced?
sweettiche's picture

[quote comment="31768"][quote

[quote comment="31768"][quote comment="31753"] Hilary has already shown how low she will go...from crying fake tears to get some votes in New Hampshire...to pulling the race card in South Carolina with her hubby Bill who I have lost ALL respect for by the way...they really revealed their true colors while running against a black man...it was all good when blacks were there supporters and BENEATH them but now that Blacks are trying to run as their equal they can't take it or accept it...just so sad...[/quote] Yep, Bill Clinton brought up the fact that Jesse Jackson won the SC democratic primary in 84 and 88 to make light of the fact that Obama won this year--he made it ALL about race and that really disappointed me too! Pamela
GemsMomma's picture

Malcolm Jamal Warner has a

Malcolm Jamal Warner has a big ol face!!!!
Tee Tee's picture

Andre 3000 looks GAY!! I

Andre 3000 looks GAY!! I would not be surprise if he's DL majority of the men are in Hollywood. He need to take off that sissy outfit, there's nothing manly about it!!
im4u2ador's picture

Kimora need to shut her BIG

Kimora need to shut her BIG FACE AZZ up!! She's GHETTO FABULOUS!! Her husband made her who she is!!
im4u2ador's picture

All I know is that Malcolm,

All I know is that Malcolm, Martin, Medgar and untold others that sacrificed their lives for equality in this country... A country that was built upon the blood, sweat, tears, talents, innovations and creativity of black men and women, would be hopeful that we did not let this opportunity pass because we were worried about what other folks though about our choice and our pride... Barrack the Vote 2008!!!
Tami's picture

[quote comment="32128"]UM

[quote comment="32128"]UM COME ON PEOPLE FREE COUNTRY YOU CAN VOTE FOR WHOEVER YOU WANT, AND WHY DOES EVERYTHING HAVE TO BE A RACIAL SITUATION?..WE AREN'T IN THE 19TH CENTURY ANYMORE..VOTING FOR HILARY IS SHOWING GIRL POWER TO IF KIKI WANT HILARY THEN LET HER DO HER THING..JEESH GROW UP![/quote] HEYYY I KNOW U LOVE U BABY<3
rissa's picture

[quote

[quote comment="31753"]Malcolm Jamaal Warner is getting finer with age. The man is simply awesome to look at. Obama needs Hillary and Hillary needs Obama to win the White House. Racial issues aside. That's it, or it's a no go for either of them and the Republicans will take over and we go to war with everybody. Personally, I don't give a crap who gets in there, because GOD is the man anyway. Only he and he alone can save the world. He gave man dominion over it, and he will only step in if asked to. So whoever wins better know him.[/quote] ODIN BOUT MALCOM JAMAAL WARNER HE IS A HAM AS$ BROTHER LOL
rissa's picture

andre 3000 is not gay nor

andre 3000 is not gay nor will he ever be gay he is too into women for that shit i love him and the way he dresses he is one of the most talented artists out there
rissa's picture

I honestly like when Gabby is

I honestly like when Gabby is shown on here because I like the way she dresses..I haven't decided who I plan to vote for..but it doesn't matter what race or gender the person is..Just as long as they are for things that Im for..I am a black roman catholic.I am not a perfect catholic..but I have strong beliefs about certain things...I will admit that agree with something that a relative said to me.."this election is making history"...What concerns me is that there are people out there that are intimidated by a black man or a woman being President...All i'm going to say is that as soon as Barack got the Kennedys backing him..it was a wrap..He don't need anybody else to back him..He got Oprah and the Kennedys...Though I will admit that Hillary has Maya Angelou backing her and Ms. Angelou is one of my idols..I am so glad that my ex New York mayor Guiliani stepped down...because the people from other states that backed him don't understand how much of a horrible mayor he was...
Candice's picture

Apologize for the grammatical

Apologize for the grammatical errors--was too passionate to check comment for errors (switched from speaking on my behalf as an af-am woman to speaking for us as a whole). btw...andre 3000, there is no reason for a man to wear knee high boots outside his pants...
camilla's picture

FOR THOSE VOTING FOR HILLARY

FOR THOSE VOTING FOR HILLARY INSTEAD OF BARACK BECAUSE SHE IS A WOMAN, REMEMBER THIS...THAT THE FEMINIST MOVEMENT WAS NOT MEANT FOR US! IT WAS MEANT FOR THE WHITE WOMAN TO GET RESPECT FROM THEIR MALE COUNTERPARTS AND HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH US... AND EVEN THOUGH BIRTH CONTROL IS A USEFUL INVENTION, IT WAS NOT INITIALLY MEANT FOR THE EMPOWERMENT OF WHITE WOMEN, BUT TO DECREASE THE POPULATION OF AFRICAN-AMERICANS. WHITE WOMEN DO NOT THINK IN OUR BEST INTERESTS, AS AN AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN, RACIAL DISCRIMINATION IS THE THING THAT I HAVE TO OVERCOME FIRST, BECAUSE WE DO NOT HAVE SUCH GENDER ISSUES. ALOT OF WHITE WOMEN ARE RACIST AS WELL AS WHITE MEN. LONG AS WE ARE INDEPENDENT, ASSERTIVE AND KNOW HOW TO PLAY THE GAME, GENDER IS NOT SUCH AN ISSUE AS RACE. I AM A PHD STUDENT AND I SEE THE POLITICS EVERYDAY. RACE IS MORE OF A FACTOR THAN GENDER... WHY OBAMA? BECAUSE YES, HE DOES EMBODY THE HOPE OF AFRICAN-AMERICANS. HE GREW UP WITH A ROUGH LIFE AND ENDED UP AS THE FIRST AFRICAN-AMERICAN PRESIDENT OF HARVARD LAW, AND HE DIDN'T SWITCH TO THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. HE STAYED DEVOTED TO THE PUBLIC SERVICE FOR THE POOR FOR MANY YEARS. HE WAS ONE OF THE FEW THAT STOOD OUT AND DID NOT VOTE FOR THE WAR, SO FOR THOSE WHO ARE SAYING THAT HE IS NOT EXPERIENCED, HE HAS BETTER JUDGMENT NOT TO BE A BUSH PAWN. HE IS A GREAT ROLE MODEL FOR OUR CHILDREN--OBAMA 2008!!!
camilla's picture

And who really cares about a

And who really cares about a Kimora endorsement? I don't think she has a following that actually cares about what she thinks politically. After watching her act like a brat on that show I could care less who she's voting for. I'm all for Barack and her endorsement certainly isn't going to change my mind...or add any concern.
Mimi's picture

Love Gabby!!!!!!! She looks

Love Gabby!!!!!!! She looks FAB! Andre has the NICEST lips. We all have the right to vote for WHOMEVER we choose without having to be subjected to harsh JUDGEMENT because of our choice. That's what our ancestors fought and died for. Now with that said, Go Obama!! *stepping off my soapbox*
Candace's picture

UM COME ON PEOPLE FREE

UM COME ON PEOPLE FREE COUNTRY YOU CAN VOTE FOR WHOEVER YOU WANT, AND WHY DOES EVERYTHING HAVE TO BE A RACIAL SITUATION?..WE AREN'T IN THE 19TH CENTURY ANYMORE..VOTING FOR HILARY IS SHOWING GIRL POWER TO IF KIKI WANT HILARY THEN LET HER DO HER THING..JEESH GROW UP!
LadyIllz's picture

[quote comment="32017"]While

[quote comment="32017"]While its not about black or white as much as it seems to be in each of our own individual heads (its only natural), its no more about sex either. The fact of the matter is that Hillary has an everpresent attitude that presents her like she is the heir apparent because she is riding to an extent on the coattails of her husband. Who whether or not she admits it, she will be sharing her term with. She's mentioned multipe times what she did "during her husbands term".. what is to make us believe that it won't be vice versa during a term of her own. Obama means change in so many ways... and while the election is not overall about race, for us as a people it is. What do you tell your children, sons or daughters, now or years from now, that a black man, who actually has a chance, who is actually saying something, who has actually accomplished something and who we have no reason to doubt and who could acutally win this thing, that you didn't vote for him, didn't support him. For all of us its about something different, but the reality is that as a people in this world, we're identified as black before we're identified as a man or a woman.[/quote] I understand what you are saying, but we as black people need to stop the whole vote for your own kind thing. I truly like Obama and I do think he is genuine and sincere, but that is not the only thing that can turn this country around. If he wins the primary, I will mos def vote for him. But too many times black people have allowed black people into office ( as I mentioned above, Barry and Kilpatrick) because they were black. I am sure they thought they were doing what was best for the community as well, but look what happened. I honestly think people are not even doing research on ANY of the candidates and just going along with the status quo and all of the hype.
Nee Nee's picture

Ok so why is Andre 3000

Ok so why is Andre 3000 rocking jeans and boots harder then a chick (with the nerve to pose like that (how you doin")...Megan looks Fab as usual.(who said she looked greasy) she may just b adding vaseline to her skin for that shiny effect..lol. I love Gabrielle. yes the guy in the last pic. of her in the back looks good.
K-sana's picture

Women and black people have

Women and black people have been given the right to vote for a reason. The reason was NOT so that we can use it stupidly and vote for someone based on the color of their skin. When will we stop this double edged racism sword? You might as well get in the booth and vote for whoever you think it cute or whoever had the best suit on at the debate. Use your MINDS people! Do not vote for Hillary because she is a woman. Do not vote for Obama because he is black. Do your research. Make an informed decision. Stand up for yourselves and show that the black community is not under educated, we are not ill informed, we will not be blinded by the color of someone's skin or what genitals they have in their pants. Use your intelligence to exercise your right to vote and make an informed decision. PLEASE!!!!
MyOpinion's picture

[quote comment="31475"]Have

[quote comment="31475"]Have we established the fact if Andre 3000 is bi or not?? He's outfits area lil' bi-curious and I'm upset that he looks like he's posin' with his "buddy" in the pic above. That smile is hiding a lil' sumin' sumin'. I could be wrong, maybe he's just comfortable in his masculinity?? (*walking away real fast) Mike just looks scary! Have we established if Mike is taking his medication?? We don't want him biting the ears of any lil' children during his visit. Megan looks cute a lil' thicker and she's just as beautiful thinner...whatever works for her. I'm thinking she's pregnant too. It's not like her to not show off some skin by now...And I can't think of Theo as sexy, Natasha. LOL! I still think of him during the episode when Bill Cosby was playing w/his emotions about that dog-on earring he had in his ear. Gabby is ALWAYS looking adorable! She looks good in jeans, but I'm sorry Ms. Gabby... not feeling your boots, Boo. ATL Falcon's Ovie Mughelli is a biggo' chocolate sexy piece of man...GoodNess!!! Kimora speaks intelligently, but after watching Life In the FabLane, I'm just wondering who assists her in writinger her speaches and comments, if they aren't specifically about her looking like a dragqueen, liking big gaudy jewelry, weaves and fashion...I'm just saying. It's her fault...[/quote] UHM NOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!! DRE is NOT BI..... he's just a lil wierd... im sure you are too sometimes!
Drizzl's picture

*sigh* i would want my kids

*sigh* i would want my kids to see someone BLACK before they saw a WOMAN! as soon as you start school, black kids are taught about our history... where we came from.... how we were treated..... SEEING a BLACK person, man or woman, as president would be better than showing us a WOMAN.... we didnt learn about the struggles women went through until middle school, so we learn 1st, we are unworthy... then if you are a woman and black... you are DOUBLE unworthy! this is ridiculous.......... OBAMA cuz he BLACK.... forget that!!! (i do have similar beliefs to what he preaches) but STILL because he BLACK!!!!!!!! BTW, I LOVE ANDRE 3-thou!!!!!!!!!!!
Drizzl's picture

Marcus X wrote: Eat a prick!

Marcus X wrote: Eat a prick! Ignant effer!!! Well my "brotha", God bless you and yours. BTW I'm a man, not one of these women you have been disrespecting on this forum. I was just joking about the Halle thing though ( just trying to keep it lite). We stand on the shoulders of those who survived the slave ships, the Klan, the lynchings, the Jim Crow, the spying by our own government and the injustices of our recent times even as we pulled their a$$es out of the fire in the Civil War and World War II. But now not to allow ourselves to give ourselves the right to vote to whom ever we want. Well, I think we are missing the point to begin with in through here. As I raise my two daughters (alone BTW). I teach them that we EARNED the government that we have and it is up to US to be vigilant as even today our civil liberties are being eroded away ( I don't hear either one of the candidates talking about that). But most of all, I will teach them to stay away from so called "men" that have a negative mindset towards women or engage in your kind of language towards women. Have a nice day my brotha!
The Rydr's picture

[quote comment="32017"]While

[quote comment="32017"]While its not about black or white as much as it seems to be in each of our own individual heads (its only natural), its no more about sex either. The fact of the matter is that Hillary has an everpresent attitude that presents her like she is the heir apparent because she is riding to an extent on the coattails of her husband. Who whether or not she admits it, she will be sharing her term with. She's mentioned multipe times what she did "during her husbands term".. what is to make us believe that it won't be vice versa during a term of her own. Obama means change in so many ways... and while the election is not overall about race, for us as a people it is. What do you tell your children, sons or daughters, now or years from now, that a black man, who actually has a chance, who is actually saying something, who has actually accomplished something and who we have no reason to doubt and who could acutally win this thing, that you didn't vote for him, didn't support him. For all of us its about something different, but the reality is that as a people in this world, we're identified as black before we're identified as a man or a woman.[/quote] Very well put....thank you for writing this...
Dani's picture

While its not about black or

While its not about black or white as much as it seems to be in each of our own individual heads (its only natural), its no more about sex either. The fact of the matter is that Hillary has an everpresent attitude that presents her like she is the heir apparent because she is riding to an extent on the coattails of her husband. Who whether or not she admits it, she will be sharing her term with. She's mentioned multipe times what she did "during her husbands term".. what is to make us believe that it won't be vice versa during a term of her own. Obama means change in so many ways... and while the election is not overall about race, for us as a people it is. What do you tell your children, sons or daughters, now or years from now, that a black man, who actually has a chance, who is actually saying something, who has actually accomplished something and who we have no reason to doubt and who could acutally win this thing, that you didn't vote for him, didn't support him. For all of us its about something different, but the reality is that as a people in this world, we're identified as black before we're identified as a man or a woman.
cublican's picture

..."I am for Obama not

..."I am for Obama not because he’s black but because he’s real and refreshing. Initially I was for Hillary but I honestly and secretly I think most folk really just want Bill back in office" That's it in a nutshell
Just Nikki's picture

[quote comment="31432"]Why

[quote comment="31432"]Why all the D-List Celebrity News??? And what will Kimora's daughters learn about a white woman being president besides White women are still more privileged than her black children??[/quote] kimora's girls are over privileged and over indulged. have you seen life in the fab lane? she's breeding mini kim's over there. its borderline disgusting.
lanegrita's picture

Yes, the Clintons and the

Yes, the Clintons and the Bushes have held the Presidency, but you can not say that the Clinton administration was ANYTHING like the Bush administration. The national economy was on a upswing during the Clinton administration, we were not in a war that appeared to have no end in sight under Clinton. Honestly, the only thing that Clinton did that tarnished his presidency was be a MAN. Men cheat if they think they can get away with it. It amazes me that people jump on the bandwagon with buzzwords like "status quo" when these two administrations were COMPLETELY different. Please look at their policies on the economy, HEALTH CARE (on which they have different views), as well as the war and other issues of national security. As Americans, you're free to vote how you choose, but be aware that after one of them (or the Republican nominee) is sworn in as President, what they do in office will be more important and more scrutinized than whether they are black or a woman. If Obama wins, great. But if he's in office and inexperienced and doesn't make great choices, you know it will all come down to him being a black man and that could actually be another thing that white people mumble under their breath. Vote for who will do the best job REGARDLESS of race or gender.
Vote!'s picture

[quote comment="31901"]Wow so

[quote comment="31901"]Wow so true. I think the wealthy especially the minority forget about that. wrong decision KI KI. What's more, is Hillary is Bill's right hand man no matter how many chicks he deals with on the side. Do not be fooled into thinkn it will not be the same for Hillary.[/quote] Don't nobody want that Hilary...lol...are you serious...lol but it was a good laugh though...
Dani's picture

[quote comment="31888"][quote

[quote comment="31888"][quote comment="31770"][quote comment="31695"]No one is calling you a sell out if you want to support Hillary. But many people are saying that she has expereince. What experience does she have that so much more substantial than Obama. Just because your married to an MVP does not make you an MVP. Barack has well designed plans to lead this country and he is talking about really including the people in the process of having a voice on issues, something many people having been waiting for the government to do. Hillary is not interested in that because she is still supported by lobbyist and that's why we can't win because they prevent us from achieving solutions to common sense problems. Hillary has done a good job being smug enough to make you and other people believe that she is more qualified and that she has our interest as a community as a priority. You don't think that her camp knows exactly what to say to gain black people's support. Black people are so willing to let anyone in because they smile and extend a hand shake. Being aware of every aspect of our society is key to being successful including celebrities. That's for you NEE NEE.[/quote] I am glad you pointed this out...she was the FIRST LADY of a great president and that does not count for experience and obviously she wasn't doing that job well or Monica would not have been in the picture...but I am glad that question was asked of her last night in the debate-she only has a few more senate years experience over Barack which does not count for substantial experience and she still couldn't answer the question out right...because she has no real experience she is running off of Bill's record...what a shame! It shouldn't be a race or gender issue period but people have turned it into that...so sad...[/quote] If you did your homework you would know that Hilary did a lot of work in thw White House while Bill was president. Shje wasn't the average first lady. Do your homework before you make assumptions.[/quote] Oh trust I do my homework on every political candidate and watch the news on TV and keep up to date with CNN and MSNBC online while at work. Now when you can name what policy she put in place that made a dramatic change to the Clinton era then I will back down on my comments-BUT HILLARY herself couldn't even name one substantial thing that she did while being A FIRST LADY...she was ONLY the first lady so don't confused the things Bill did for America twisted by saying she contributed because she laid her head down next to him at night. No, she wasn't the average first lady and tried to keep busy doing "things" but you can't classify being someone's spouse as experience on your resume...and if you would re-watch the debate when she was asked this same question she had to stumble a bit to really think about what she did do that is so much greater than Obama...but your are entitled to your brainwashed opinion now aren't you...(smile).
Dani's picture

[quote comment="31458"]Why

[quote comment="31458"]Why does Meagan Good always look so greasy?!?[/quote] I have noticed that too...Puffy face and greasy, not a good look. LOL
msjones1126's picture

[quote comment="31770"][quote

[quote comment="31770"][quote comment="31695"]No one is calling you a sell out if you want to support Hillary. But many people are saying that she has expereince. What experience does she have that so much more substantial than Obama. Just because your married to an MVP does not make you an MVP. Barack has well designed plans to lead this country and he is talking about really including the people in the process of having a voice on issues, something many people having been waiting for the government to do. Hillary is not interested in that because she is still supported by lobbyist and that's why we can't win because they prevent us from achieving solutions to common sense problems. Hillary has done a good job being smug enough to make you and other people believe that she is more qualified and that she has our interest as a community as a priority. You don't think that her camp knows exactly what to say to gain black people's support. Black people are so willing to let anyone in because they smile and extend a hand shake. Being aware of every aspect of our society is key to being successful including celebrities. That's for you NEE NEE.[/quote] I am glad you pointed this out...she was the FIRST LADY of a great president and that does not count for experience and obviously she wasn't doing that job well or Monica would not have been in the picture...but I am glad that question was asked of her last night in the debate-she only has a few more senate years experience over Barack which does not count for substantial experience and she still couldn't answer the question out right...because she has no real experience she is running off of Bill's record...what a shame! It shouldn't be a race or gender issue period but people have turned it into that...so sad...[/quote] If you did your homework you would know that Hilary did a lot of work in thw White House while Bill was president. Shje wasn't the average first lady. Do your homework before you make assumptions.
ofili's picture

lol, NeeNee, you are funny

lol, NeeNee, you are funny one. However, whether black, white, orange, purple, women don't need to be president, at least not now. Our nation need someone who is strong, minded. And you all know that women will kill when they get the chance. When they were created, they were put here to keep man in control, not control man. You see women have a dial on them that only they can control and if you heat it up...................man talk about mass destruction!. lol, all in all Nee, Im only joking, vote who you wish boo boo, be you. One, Katt
Katt's picture

Wow. I don't know if I've

Wow. I don't know if I've seen this many comments before this early in the day on ybf but of course when race, politics, or religion is a factor then you know people will voice their opinions. I actually like this type of engaging conversation because sometimes we need to speak on reality and step out of the celebdom as we read about it. I'd love to quote all the comments I agree with but that would be too many I'll just say I am for Obama not because he's black but because he's real and refreshing. Initially I was for Hillary but I honestly and secretly I think most folk really just want Bill back in office and I was no different until I realized and researched the deal on Hilary. I wish that both Hilary and Obama wouldn't have run against each other because this will almost defintely split the democratic party. At this point I'm not impressed with Billary's snarky political tactics nor Obama feeling the need to feed into every single snipe that comes from the Clinton camp. Unfortunately that's all apart of the politcal crossfire and somehow we just become innocent bystanders. That is unless we vote. Meanwhile, there's something about Megan Good that's off to me....maybe it's stil lthe akwardness of her being on my cousin skeeter.
Ihearyou's picture

Oh and Katt, you sound like a

Oh and Katt, you sound like a real winner. Where did you get your facts? Wilkepedia? What's the excuse for G.Bush effn the country over? Please act like you are not currently enrolled in remedial classes.
Nee Nee's picture

[quote comment="31695"]No one

[quote comment="31695"]No one is calling you a sell out if you want to support Hillary. But many people are saying that she has expereince. What experience does she have that so much more substantial than Obama. Just because your married to an MVP does not make you an MVP. Barack has well designed plans to lead this country and he is talking about really including the people in the process of having a voice on issues, something many people having been waiting for the government to do. Hillary is not interested in that because she is still supported by lobbyist and that's why we can't win because they prevent us from achieving solutions to common sense problems. Hillary has done a good job being smug enough to make you and other people believe that she is more qualified and that she has our interest as a community as a priority. You don't think that her camp knows exactly what to say to gain black people's support. Black people are so willing to let anyone in because they smile and extend a hand shake. Being aware of every aspect of our society is key to being successful including celebrities. That's for you NEE NEE.[/quote] And I said I was endorsing Hilary in what part of my comment? Oh, ok, that is what I thought. My point was, many people see black and think that is the answer. If you support Obama because you truly believe in him, then good for you. But don't get it twisted, I work in conjuction with congressional folks and I know the business of politics. There is no such thing as clean politics and this country is controlled by big money groups AND WILL ALWAYS BE. Obama already had a taste, with the whole house buying situation that he admitted was a mistake. Most people in politics can be brought for a good enough price. Yes, white people are white people as we all know, but don't act like black people don't get shady either. Look at Marion Barry and Kwame Kilpatrick and people continue to support them because they are black. They ain't doin a damn thing for blacks,except falling into the stereotypes that white folks already think about us.
Nee Nee's picture

M. Goode looks grosse! Gabby

M. Goode looks grosse! Gabby looks good love her outfit.. and OK so Kim is supporting Hilary why is everybody hating because the black woman is supporting the white candidate and what do u mean JUST becuz shes a woman... as a woman and as a black woman whoever wins this race is gonna have my support... its groundbreaking... and i hope that everyone realizes by seperating everything into black and white you are just setting us back about 100 years!
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I Just would like to say that

I Just would like to say that we all know a woman in the office is not the way to go. Everybody knows that women menopose from about their late 30's or early 40's until almost 70. which means that we could be getting out of war on moment, she have a hot flash and be in an even bigger war the next. The nation is not ready for woman leadership, at least not one who is still going through menopose. You can say what you may after this but lets be real people. Women will tear you apart during their monthly cycle, imagine what they will do when they menopose, with so much power. .. KW
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[quote comment="31567"]Damn,

[quote comment="31567"]Damn, Dre!! He need to be gay or bi cuz I got something for them thick azz lips!![/quote] *side eye *pssst....wrong site
Ol Girl's picture

[quote comment="31792"]why is

[quote comment="31792"]why is Megan so chubby in the face?[/quote] ...cause she's cute and cuddley *shrugs sholders*
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[quote comment="31611"]MARCUS

[quote comment="31611"]MARCUS X YOU ARE TALKING ALL THIS SLAVERY SHIT WHEN IS THE LAST TIME YOU RESEARCHED THE STATE OF AFRICA. BECAUSE BLACK MEN ARE RAPING, KILLING AND MUTILATING MORE BLACK WOMEN IN AFRICA THAN ANY WHITE MAN EVER DID..SO SAVE ALL THIS SLAVERY BULLSHIT. THE PROBLEM WITH THE WORLD TODAY IS BLACK MEN. I SUGGEST YOU GO AND RESEARCH THE SUDAN, SOUTH AFRICA AND THE CONGO. WOMEN ARE BEING MUTILATED BY BLACK MEN NOT WHITE MEN.[/quote] Wow, maybe we all should research Colonization and it's legacy. Did you know that Asian men are killing Asian women? Did you know Hispanic men are killing Hispanic women? Did you know that Arab men are killing Arab women? Did you know that European men are killing European women and these aren't partso of the world were there are civil wars raging? The places your talking about are in conflict mostly because European and Arab interference. Quote of the Day: "If the childern are the future...we're Phucked!"
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[quote comment="31782"]OMG,

[quote comment="31782"]OMG, am I FIRST?!? I know, sounds just as ridiculous as the 7th person who was still hollerin' it, LOL!!! Anyway...ICE COLD...Andre, Andre, Andre...Lawd that man is GORGEOUS!!! I'm jumpin' off the subject here, but ever wonder why Erykah can't seem to keep any of the fine men she gets with: Andre, Common...even though I LUV her style, I'm just sayin'...[/quote] LOL, Yeah I'm a little salty with her doin' Common dirty!
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why is Megan so chubby in the

why is Megan so chubby in the face?
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...Oh by the way! If Hilary

...Oh by the way! If Hilary gets the Dem nomination we'll more than likely end up with a Republican Prez. Hilary's presence will polarize a lot of independents against her...it's a easier Repulican win with Hilary
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Eva_baby wrote: "I used to

Eva_baby wrote: "I used to like Hillary but after the antics of her and Bill on the campaign trail they have lost me foevah!" Damn skippy(showin' my age) The way the Clintons have behaved suggest to me that they fell Obama is the right man for the job. I used to work on Capitol and I'm tell you folks ain't what they appear to be. The fact the Obama is fresh is what appeals to me and so many others. Hillary is a career politican and that's the last thing this country needs after DUBYAH!
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[quote

[quote comment="31753"]Malcolm Jamaal Warner is getting finer with age. The man is simply awesome to look at. Obama needs Hillary and Hillary needs Obama to win the White House. Racial issues aside. That's it, or it's a no go for either of them and the Republicans will take over and we go to war with everybody. Personally, I don't give a crap who gets in there, because GOD is the man anyway. Only he and he alone can save the world. He gave man dominion over it, and he will only step in if asked to. So whoever wins better know him.[/quote] Amen...ultimately you're right nobody can completely fix this mess but God. But I'd like to see Barack give it a try...
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OMG, am I FIRST?!? I know,

OMG, am I FIRST?!? I know, sounds just as ridiculous as the 7th person who was still hollerin' it, LOL!!! Anyway...ICE COLD...Andre, Andre, Andre...Lawd that man is GORGEOUS!!! I'm jumpin' off the subject here, but ever wonder why Erykah can't seem to keep any of the fine men she gets with: Andre, Common...even though I LUV her style, I'm just sayin'...
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