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Beyonce talked about her divalicious "frugalness" to the UK's Daily Mirror recently. She says:
"Honestly, I’m very frugal. I haven’t bought a car since I was 16 or any diamonds since I was 17," she said. "I have a lot of property. I’ve invested my money and I don’t have to make any more, thank God, because I’m set. I’m now able really to be free and just do things that make me happy." Discussing her reasons for being careful with her cash, she said: "I want to have a long career, be respected and not go off track. It’s an effort to stay grounded."
Interesting. And at Essense's Women In Hollywood Luncheon the other day, Halle Berry got extra teary eyed when accepting an award and talking about her daughter Nahla:
"As a woman, I thought it was all about work and accomplishments. Then this little baby comes along and says that it's not about that...I'm complete. I have more to offer my craft because [my daughter] makes me indelibly better every day."
Awww. More weekend updates when you read the rest... Tracee Ellis Ross was spotted sitting courtside at the Lakers game last night.  No word on who this mystery man is beside her.  Mmhmm.... Kelly Rowland's got a new job. She's the new judge for a new reality game show--Bravo's newest creative competition series, "The Fashion Show." Designer Isaac Mizrahi shares hosting duties with four-time Grammy Award-winning performer and actress Kelly Rowland. Mizrahi and Rowland will also serve as judges alongside fashion luminary and Senior Vice President of IMG Fashion, Fern Mallis. The will air on Bravo later this year.

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Why should Bey spend hers

Why should Bey spend hers when she can spend his?? lol. j/k. Gotta love her. And I heart Halle.
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awwww@ Halle

awwww@ Halle
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[quote comment="433005"]Trustarboy stated about Bey: "hence the reason she’s the richest woman under 30" Sorry Trust, Raven Simone is Quietly the richest black women under 30 (500 million)!! I glad Bey won't be retiring off my hard earned dime!![/quote] No, she's not. She EARNED 400 milli FOR DISNEY. She doesn't HAVE nearly as much money as that. Same goes for Miley Cyrus (someone else mentions her). She earns hundreds of millions for Disney, but she doesn't personally have that much
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Tasha, please get this

Tasha, please get this Frannie person of the YBF.com with all these random long a**, unnecessary posts.
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Trustarboy stated about

Trustarboy stated about Bey: "hence the reason she’s the richest woman under 30" Sorry Trust, Raven Simone is Quietly the richest black women under 30 (500 million)!! I glad Bey won't be retiring off my hard earned dime!!
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I LOVE Ross' hair! LOVE IT!

I LOVE Ross' hair! LOVE IT!
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really bey?

really bey?
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Woohoo I'M NOT EVEN SURE THAT

Woohoo I'M NOT EVEN SURE THAT AMERICANS COME TO THIS SITE. THEY ALL SEEM TO BE INSANE AMERICAN HATERS, HELL BENT ON DESTROYING BLACK AMERICA'S ENTERTAINMENT COMMUNITY. I HAVE NEVER MET A CARIBBEAN WHO IS NOT HATING ON AMERICANS. THEY PRETEND TO BE AMERICANS ON THIS SITE TO GAIN CREDIBILITY. THEY ALL NEED TO BE DEPORTED IMMEDIATELY. I THINK THE KLAN BROUGHT THEM HERE TO DESTROY OUR BLACK COMMUNITY AND TO REVERSE ALL THE GAINS WE MADE. IT'S NOT THE FIRST TIME THEY BROUGHT THEM HERE TO BRING DOWN BLACK AMERICA. WRITE THE PRESIDENT PEOPLE. The "Garvey Must Go" Campaign gained momentum after Garvey held a secret meeting with Edward Young Clarke, the leader of the Ku Klux Klan, in June 1922. Immediately afterward, Randolph and Owen's Messenger magazine published an article entitled "Marcus Garvey! The Black Imperial Wizard Becomes Messenger Boy of the White Klu Klux Kleagle." Black leaders were further infuriated when they learned that Garvey, at a speaking engagement in New Orleans, remarked that because black people had not built the railroad system, they should not insist on riding in the same cars with white patrons. The Messenger vowed to begin a vigorous editorial campaign against Garvey, and promised to "[fire] the opening gun in a campaign to drive Garvey and Garveyism in all its sinister viciousness from the American soil." The campaign from this point on was characterized by vitriolic personal attacks on both sides, and by escalating threats of violence. "Garvey Must Go" meetings were violently dispersed by Garvey's followers. A. Philip Randolph received the severed hand of a white man in the mail. It was accompanied by a note signed by the K.K.K., but Randolph believed the hand had been sent by the U.N.I.A. On January 15, 1923, a group of eight prominent African Americans petitioned Attorney General Harry M. Daugherty asking the U.S. government to continue its prosecution of Garvey on charges of mail fraud, and to investigate acts of violence attributed to Garvey's followers -- among them, the assassination in early January 1923 in New Orleans of J. W. H. Eason, Garvey's former deputy, who had been expelled from the movement at the August 1922 Convention on charges of personal misconduct. The letter of petition ended by urging the Attorney General to "use his full influence completely to disband and extirpate this vicious movement," and imploring him to "vigorously and speedily push the government's case against Marcus Garvey for using the mails to defraud." Garvey would eventually be convicted of mail fraud charges in 1923. He was jailed in the Atlanta federal penitentiary in February 1925, where he would serve almost three years of a five-year sentence. And in 1927, Garvey would be deported from the United States, never to return. Woohoo I'M NOT EVEN SURE THAT AMERICANS COME TO THIS SITE. THEY ALL SEEM TO BE INSANE AMERICAN HATERS, HELL BENT ON DESTROYING BLACK AMERICA'S ENTERTAINMENT COMMUNITY. I HAVE NEVER MET A CARIBBEAN WHO IS NOT HATING ON AMERICANS. THEY PRETEND TO BE AMERICANS ON THIS SITE TO GAIN CREDIBILITY. THEY ALL NEED TO BE DEPORTED IMMEDIATELY. I THINK THE KLAN BROUGHT THEM HERE TO DESTROY OUR BLACK COMMUNITY AND TO REVERSE ALL THE GAINS WE MADE. IT'S NOT THE FIRST TIME THEY BROUGHT THEM HERE TO BRING DOWN BLACK AMERICA. WRITE THE PRESIDENT PEOPLE. The "Garvey Must Go" Campaign gained momentum after Garvey held a secret meeting with Edward Young Clarke, the leader of the Ku Klux Klan, in June 1922. Immediately afterward, Randolph and Owen's Messenger magazine published an article entitled "Marcus Garvey! The Black Imperial Wizard Becomes Messenger Boy of the White Klu Klux Kleagle." Black leaders were further infuriated when they learned that Garvey, at a speaking engagement in New Orleans, remarked that because black people had not built the railroad system, they should not insist on riding in the same cars with white patrons. The Messenger vowed to begin a vigorous editorial campaign against Garvey, and promised to "[fire] the opening gun in a campaign to drive Garvey and Garveyism in all its sinister viciousness from the American soil." The campaign from this point on was characterized by vitriolic personal attacks on both sides, and by escalating threats of violence. "Garvey Must Go" meetings were violently dispersed by Garvey's followers. A. Philip Randolph received the severed hand of a white man in the mail. It was accompanied by a note signed by the K.K.K., but Randolph believed the hand had been sent by the U.N.I.A. On January 15, 1923, a group of eight prominent African Americans petitioned Attorney General Harry M. Daugherty asking the U.S. government to continue its prosecution of Garvey on charges of mail fraud, and to investigate acts of violence attributed to Garvey's followers -- among them, the assassination in early January 1923 in New Orleans of J. W. H. Eason, Garvey's former deputy, who had been expelled from the movement at the August 1922 Convention on charges of personal misconduct. The letter of petition ended by urging the Attorney General to "use his full influence completely to disband and extirpate this vicious movement," and imploring him to "vigorously and speedily push the government's case against Marcus Garvey for using the mails to defraud." Garvey would eventually be convicted of mail fraud charges in 1923. He was jailed in the Atlanta federal penitentiary in February 1925, where he would serve almost three years of a five-year sentence. And in 1927, Garvey would be deported from the United States, never to return. Woohoo I'M NOT EVEN SURE THAT AMERICANS COME TO THIS SITE. THEY ALL SEEM TO BE INSANE AMERICAN HATERS, HELL BENT ON DESTROYING BLACK AMERICA'S ENTERTAINMENT COMMUNITY. I HAVE NEVER MET A CARIBBEAN WHO IS NOT HATING ON AMERICANS. THEY PRETEND TO BE AMERICANS ON THIS SITE TO GAIN CREDIBILITY. THEY ALL NEED TO BE DEPORTED IMMEDIATELY. I THINK THE KLAN BROUGHT THEM HERE TO DESTROY OUR BLACK COMMUNITY AND TO REVERSE ALL THE GAINS WE MADE. IT'S NOT THE FIRST TIME THEY BROUGHT THEM HERE TO BRING DOWN BLACK AMERICA. WRITE THE PRESIDENT PEOPLE. The "Garvey Must Go" Campaign gained momentum after Garvey held a secret meeting with Edward Young Clarke, the leader of the Ku Klux Klan, in June 1922. Immediately afterward, Randolph and Owen's Messenger magazine published an article entitled "Marcus Garvey! The Black Imperial Wizard Becomes Messenger Boy of the White Klu Klux Kleagle." Black leaders were further infuriated when they learned that Garvey, at a speaking engagement in New Orleans, remarked that because black people had not built the railroad system, they should not insist on riding in the same cars with white patrons. The Messenger vowed to begin a vigorous editorial campaign against Garvey, and promised to "[fire] the opening gun in a campaign to drive Garvey and Garveyism in all its sinister viciousness from the American soil." The campaign from this point on was characterized by vitriolic personal attacks on both sides, and by escalating threats of violence. "Garvey Must Go" meetings were violently dispersed by Garvey's followers. A. Philip Randolph received the severed hand of a white man in the mail. It was accompanied by a note signed by the K.K.K., but Randolph believed the hand had been sent by the U.N.I.A. On January 15, 1923, a group of eight prominent African Americans petitioned Attorney General Harry M. Daugherty asking the U.S. government to continue its prosecution of Garvey on charges of mail fraud, and to investigate acts of violence attributed to Garvey's followers -- among them, the assassination in early January 1923 in New Orleans of J. W. H. Eason, Garvey's former deputy, who had been expelled from the movement at the August 1922 Convention on charges of personal misconduct. The letter of petition ended by urging the Attorney General to "use his full influence completely to disband and extirpate this vicious movement," and imploring him to "vigorously and speedily push the government's case against Marcus Garvey for using the mails to defraud." Garvey would eventually be convicted of mail fraud charges in 1923. He was jailed in the Atlanta federal penitentiary in February 1925, where he would serve almost three years of a five-year sentence. And in 1927, Garvey would be deported from the United States, never to return.
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[quote comment="432805"][quote comment="432798"]Halle has stretch marks on her boobies. [/quote] yeah that kind of happens when u have a baby[/quote] LMAO!!! I was thinking the same thing.
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[quote comment="432955"]Bey

[quote comment="432955"]Bey can talk all she wants.. But look at all the billionaires who have killed themselved because the lost everyting when they thought they were SET. talkin' bout she set...God is in charge on who's set.. dumb @$$...God determines a future.. idiot[/quote] At least,beyoncé is frugal with her money and jay's money too.she dont spend his money like Victoria Beckham who dont have a work for 12 years now!!!!!!!!!!!
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I love B sooo much her humble

I love B sooo much her humble attitude never surprises me. Go girl, don't be frivolous with your money just because you have it. I love that attitude.
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Bey can talk all she wants..

Bey can talk all she wants.. But look at all the billionaires who have killed themselved because the lost everyting when they thought they were SET. talkin' bout she set...God is in charge on who's set.. dumb @$$...God determines a future.. idiot
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Well that was a post of some

Well that was a post of some beautiful women *with the exeption of miss Ross lol*
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[quote comment="432945"]Beyonce and SMART should never be used in the same sentence . The broad is as dumb as a door nail. TRUE STORY.. *THE END* :)[/quote] DON'T BE HATING
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[quote comment="432884"]She

[quote comment="432884"]She is an old face LIAR!!!!!!!!!! Look those age lines around her mouth. That chick wishes she was 27. Try 34 pushing 35 looking like her old fat wide body momma. Poor thing has been reduced to talking about how she spends her money. ROFLMFAOOOOOOOOOOOOOO How many ways can we say BORING???????????!!!!!!![/quote] LMAO u are so wrong for that comment! hahaha but that was too funny!!!
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[quote comment="432889"]Ol'

[quote comment="432889"]Ol' Creole isn't frugal when it comes to those Lacefront wigs. With some of the statements she's made u can tell it is an effort to stay grounded and she hasn't accomplished it. Bill Gates would never say he's "set" and he has way more money than this broad. She says she's able to just do things that make her happy. Music don't make her happy? Go back to the statement she made about the Jackson's. Joe wanted the samething for his children that she wanted and that's to get rich and be successful. Maybe she and her family didn't get in the biz to get out of a bad situation but they definately got in it to get in an EVEN BETTER situation. This Bitch is full of herself. I wonder how much she has given to charity compared to how much she has? I bet she wouldn't brag about that. Halle seems to be enjoying motherhood, good for her. I like children but don't feel the same way many people do when it comes to having children. I personnaly feel u can accomplish more in life without them and I can't honestly say I'll enjoy motherhood. If it's meant to be it'll happen, if it doesn't I wouldn't have a problem with it whatsoever. I'm glad being a mother makes her happy though. I see Ol' Creole's "Lap Dog" (Kelly) has gotten a job since dumping her daddy as her manager. Is that Tracee's boyfriend?[/quote] Very true about Ol'Creole (as you put it)LOL :)
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[quote comment="432931"][quote comment="432927"][quote comment="432921"][quote comment="432920"][quote comment="432917"]@Lovel_N_Houston..congrats on your pregnancy[/quote] THANKS!!!!! I'm soo nervous about becoming a mom because there's so many things that could go wrong but I pray I do this thing right. Thanks again.[/quote] everything will be fine honey...no negative thoughts all positive....[/quote] Thanks, I know babies blessings and my motherly instinct with kick in. My only worry for now is getting my blood pressure down :-) Are you a parent?[/quote] yeah i am i have a teenager tho...ONLY 1 CHILD!!! i dont desire anymore at all....i am fine with him...and i got what i wanted the first time a son...he is wonderful he really loves his mama..he tells me all the time that he loves me...it's funny cuz when he was a little boy he would say "ur the best mama i ever had" and i would say "how many have u had" he was like 5yrs old up until he got like 7 or 8 he would tell me that...LOL[/quote] I was an only child and I LOVED it!! I never asked my mom to have more kids because I was content being her one and only! Lol, but I was very spoiled and had a lot of changing to do once I hit the real world. Lol, yeah, I wanted a boy too and I'd be happy just having him seeing how I never planned on having kids anyway but once he comes I might try for a girl, just to have a mini me in the house. He'll be a mama's boy but my husband begs to differ. Lol
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Woohoo I'M NOT EVEN SURE THAT

Woohoo I'M NOT EVEN SURE THAT AMERICANS COME TO THIS SITE. THEY ALL SEEM TO BE INSANE AMERICAN HATERS, HELL BENT ON DESTROYING BLACK AMERICA'S ENTERTAINMENT COMMUNITY. I HAVE NEVER MET A CARIBBEAN WHO IS NOT HATING ON AMERICANS. THEY PRETEND TO BE AMERICANS ON THIS SITE TO GAIN CREDIBILITY. THEY ALL NEED TO BE DEPORTED IMMEDIATELY. I THINK THE KLAN BROUGHT THEM HERE TO DESTROY OUR BLACK COMMUNITY AND TO REVERSE ALL THE GAINS WE MADE. IT'S NOT THE FIRST TIME THEY BROUGHT THEM HERE TO BRING DOWN BLACK AMERICA. WRITE THE PRESIDENT PEOPLE. The "Garvey Must Go" Campaign gained momentum after Garvey held a secret meeting with Edward Young Clarke, the leader of the Ku Klux Klan, in June 1922. Immediately afterward, Randolph and Owen's Messenger magazine published an article entitled "Marcus Garvey! The Black Imperial Wizard Becomes Messenger Boy of the White Klu Klux Kleagle." Black leaders were further infuriated when they learned that Garvey, at a speaking engagement in New Orleans, remarked that because black people had not built the railroad system, they should not insist on riding in the same cars with white patrons. The Messenger vowed to begin a vigorous editorial campaign against Garvey, and promised to "[fire] the opening gun in a campaign to drive Garvey and Garveyism in all its sinister viciousness from the American soil." The campaign from this point on was characterized by vitriolic personal attacks on both sides, and by escalating threats of violence. "Garvey Must Go" meetings were violently dispersed by Garvey's followers. A. Philip Randolph received the severed hand of a white man in the mail. It was accompanied by a note signed by the K.K.K., but Randolph believed the hand had been sent by the U.N.I.A. On January 15, 1923, a group of eight prominent African Americans petitioned Attorney General Harry M. Daugherty asking the U.S. government to continue its prosecution of Garvey on charges of mail fraud, and to investigate acts of violence attributed to Garvey's followers -- among them, the assassination in early January 1923 in New Orleans of J. W. H. Eason, Garvey's former deputy, who had been expelled from the movement at the August 1922 Convention on charges of personal misconduct. The letter of petition ended by urging the Attorney General to "use his full influence completely to disband and extirpate this vicious movement," and imploring him to "vigorously and speedily push the government's case against Marcus Garvey for using the mails to defraud." Garvey would eventually be convicted of mail fraud charges in 1923. He was jailed in the Atlanta federal penitentiary in February 1925, where he would serve almost three years of a five-year sentence. And in 1927, Garvey would be deported from the United States, never to return. Woohoo I'M NOT EVEN SURE THAT AMERICANS COME TO THIS SITE. THEY ALL SEEM TO BE INSANE AMERICAN HATERS, HELL BENT ON DESTROYING BLACK AMERICA'S ENTERTAINMENT COMMUNITY. I HAVE NEVER MET A CARIBBEAN WHO IS NOT HATING ON AMERICANS. THEY PRETEND TO BE AMERICANS ON THIS SITE TO GAIN CREDIBILITY. THEY ALL NEED TO BE DEPORTED IMMEDIATELY. I THINK THE KLAN BROUGHT THEM HERE TO DESTROY OUR BLACK COMMUNITY AND TO REVERSE ALL THE GAINS WE MADE. IT'S NOT THE FIRST TIME THEY BROUGHT THEM HERE TO BRING DOWN BLACK AMERICA. WRITE THE PRESIDENT PEOPLE. The "Garvey Must Go" Campaign gained momentum after Garvey held a secret meeting with Edward Young Clarke, the leader of the Ku Klux Klan, in June 1922. Immediately afterward, Randolph and Owen's Messenger magazine published an article entitled "Marcus Garvey! The Black Imperial Wizard Becomes Messenger Boy of the White Klu Klux Kleagle." Black leaders were further infuriated when they learned that Garvey, at a speaking engagement in New Orleans, remarked that because black people had not built the railroad system, they should not insist on riding in the same cars with white patrons. The Messenger vowed to begin a vigorous editorial campaign against Garvey, and promised to "[fire] the opening gun in a campaign to drive Garvey and Garveyism in all its sinister viciousness from the American soil." The campaign from this point on was characterized by vitriolic personal attacks on both sides, and by escalating threats of violence. "Garvey Must Go" meetings were violently dispersed by Garvey's followers. A. Philip Randolph received the severed hand of a white man in the mail. It was accompanied by a note signed by the K.K.K., but Randolph believed the hand had been sent by the U.N.I.A. On January 15, 1923, a group of eight prominent African Americans petitioned Attorney General Harry M. Daugherty asking the U.S. government to continue its prosecution of Garvey on charges of mail fraud, and to investigate acts of violence attributed to Garvey's followers -- among them, the assassination in early January 1923 in New Orleans of J. W. H. Eason, Garvey's former deputy, who had been expelled from the movement at the August 1922 Convention on charges of personal misconduct. The letter of petition ended by urging the Attorney General to "use his full influence completely to disband and extirpate this vicious movement," and imploring him to "vigorously and speedily push the government's case against Marcus Garvey for using the mails to defraud." Garvey would eventually be convicted of mail fraud charges in 1923. He was jailed in the Atlanta federal penitentiary in February 1925, where he would serve almost three years of a five-year sentence. And in 1927, Garvey would be deported from the United States, never to return. Woohoo I'M NOT EVEN SURE THAT AMERICANS COME TO THIS SITE. THEY ALL SEEM TO BE INSANE AMERICAN HATERS, HELL BENT ON DESTROYING BLACK AMERICA'S ENTERTAINMENT COMMUNITY. I HAVE NEVER MET A CARIBBEAN WHO IS NOT HATING ON AMERICANS. THEY PRETEND TO BE AMERICANS ON THIS SITE TO GAIN CREDIBILITY. THEY ALL NEED TO BE DEPORTED IMMEDIATELY. I THINK THE KLAN BROUGHT THEM HERE TO DESTROY OUR BLACK COMMUNITY AND TO REVERSE ALL THE GAINS WE MADE. IT'S NOT THE FIRST TIME THEY BROUGHT THEM HERE TO BRING DOWN BLACK AMERICA. WRITE THE PRESIDENT PEOPLE. The "Garvey Must Go" Campaign gained momentum after Garvey held a secret meeting with Edward Young Clarke, the leader of the Ku Klux Klan, in June 1922. Immediately afterward, Randolph and Owen's Messenger magazine published an article entitled "Marcus Garvey! The Black Imperial Wizard Becomes Messenger Boy of the White Klu Klux Kleagle." Black leaders were further infuriated when they learned that Garvey, at a speaking engagement in New Orleans, remarked that because black people had not built the railroad system, they should not insist on riding in the same cars with white patrons. The Messenger vowed to begin a vigorous editorial campaign against Garvey, and promised to "[fire] the opening gun in a campaign to drive Garvey and Garveyism in all its sinister viciousness from the American soil." The campaign from this point on was characterized by vitriolic personal attacks on both sides, and by escalating threats of violence. "Garvey Must Go" meetings were violently dispersed by Garvey's followers. A. Philip Randolph received the severed hand of a white man in the mail. It was accompanied by a note signed by the K.K.K., but Randolph believed the hand had been sent by the U.N.I.A. On January 15, 1923, a group of eight prominent African Americans petitioned Attorney General Harry M. Daugherty asking the U.S. government to continue its prosecution of Garvey on charges of mail fraud, and to investigate acts of violence attributed to Garvey's followers -- among them, the assassination in early January 1923 in New Orleans of J. W. H. Eason, Garvey's former deputy, who had been expelled from the movement at the August 1922 Convention on charges of personal misconduct. The letter of petition ended by urging the Attorney General to "use his full influence completely to disband and extirpate this vicious movement," and imploring him to "vigorously and speedily push the government's case against Marcus Garvey for using the mails to defraud." Garvey would eventually be convicted of mail fraud charges in 1923. He was jailed in the Atlanta federal penitentiary in February 1925, where he would serve almost three years of a five-year sentence. And in 1927, Garvey would be deported from the United States, never to return.
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[quote comment="432927"][quote comment="432921"][quote comment="432920"][quote comment="432917"]@Lovel_N_Houston..congrats on your pregnancy[/quote] THANKS!!!!! I'm soo nervous about becoming a mom because there's so many things that could go wrong but I pray I do this thing right. Thanks again.[/quote] everything will be fine honey...no negative thoughts all positive....[/quote] Thanks, I know babies blessings and my motherly instinct with kick in. My only worry for now is getting my blood pressure down :-) Are you a parent?[/quote] yeah i am i have a teenager tho...ONLY 1 CHILD!!! i dont desire anymore at all....i am fine with him...and i got what i wanted the first time a son...he is wonderful he really loves his mama..he tells me all the time that he loves me...it's funny cuz when he was a little boy he would say "ur the best mama i ever had" and i would say "how many have u had" he was like 5yrs old up until he got like 7 or 8 he would tell me that...LOL
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[quote comment="432842"]SMH.

[quote comment="432842"]SMH. I guess nobody noticed that Tracee Ellis Ross, Halle Berry and Kelly Rowland were in this post too.[/quote] You mean nobody noticed that Tracee Ellis Ross and Kelly Rowland were in the post? If I didn't know any better by reading this comment section I would have thought it was just Beyonce and Halle...its the typical arguing about Beyonce and her silly quotes and the compliments with a dash of hate here and there for Halle...you gotta love the comments of YBF! :)
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Correction: babies are

Correction: babies are blessings
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Beautiful pic of Beyonce!

Beautiful pic of Beyonce!
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[quote comment="432921"][quote comment="432920"][quote comment="432917"]@Lovel_N_Houston..congrats on your pregnancy[/quote] THANKS!!!!! I'm soo nervous about becoming a mom because there's so many things that could go wrong but I pray I do this thing right. Thanks again.[/quote] everything will be fine honey...no negative thoughts all positive....[/quote] Thanks, I know babies blessings and my motherly instinct with kick in. My only worry for now is getting my blood pressure down :-) Are you a parent?
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[quote comment="432798"]Halle

[quote comment="432798"]Halle has stretch marks on her boobies. Must be nice to be Bey.[/quote] Well im not sure how "nice it would be to be Bey" considering she has stretch marks on her boobs as well (people busted her out about that a loooong time ago, theres a picture where you could see them clear as day) and you seem to be prejudice against anyone with stretch marks on their boobs. REALITY CHECK just about anyone with decent sized boobs will have some type of stretch marks on them, some have them more then others, but just about every woman has them...damn the ignorance on the Internet is frightening. *SMDH while walking away from the computer*
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wow i hope Bey has some time

wow i hope Bey has some time to visit ths site lol coz the way i see things, people have just had enough of her im still a stan though bt she should get rid of that frugal crap out
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[quote comment="432920"][quote comment="432917"]@Lovel_N_Houston..congrats on your pregnancy[/quote] THANKS!!!!! I'm soo nervous about becoming a mom because there's so many things that could go wrong but I pray I do this thing right. Thanks again.[/quote] everything will be fine honey...no negative thoughts all positive....
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[quote comment="432917"]@Lovel_N_Houston..congrats on your pregnancy[/quote] THANKS!!!!! I'm soo nervous about becoming a mom because there's so many things that could go wrong but I pray I do this thing right. Thanks again.
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[quote comment="432802"][quote comment="432784"]Bey, please shut up! Don't front like you don't break the bank on Chanel, Loubies, and everything else you like to wear. We know you don't buy cars because you don't drive yourself anywhere (therefore you ride around in your security team's truck or ride in your husband's isht). We know you don't buy diamonds or any other jewelry because your husband buys it for you or you get it free from Lorraine Schwartz. I hope she isn't investing with any Bernie Madoff types, though. And should she really be talking about how she's "set" when her audience is struggling in this recession? Most of this quote was a bad move, honey. Please think before you speak or just stick to the PR approved questions and answers! DISCLAIMER: NO, I'M NOT "HATING" ON BEY BECAUSE THE GIRL IS DOING HER THING AND DESERVES EVERY PENNY SHE HAS BECAUSE SHE EARNED/WORKED HER ASS OFF FOR IT, BUT YOU'VE GOTTA ADMIT IT SOUNDED KIND OF STUPID Halle is so cute when she talks about Nahla. I feel bad for Asia, though. You claimed to love her like a daughter when you were married to her daddy; now you act like you never knew her. Wasn't Tracee spotted having lunch with this guy and some relatives a few months ago? Don't see Kelly's show being very successful seeing as though it sounds like a "Project Runway" knock-off. Nothing's better than the original, people (and that goes for anything)[/quote] I think her name is India, not Asia. And I kinda agree about Bey. I hate when people with money talk about it while others are struggling, especially when the people who put the paper in her pockets are struggling. It's kind of tacky.[/quote] yeah sort of like thanking the man above for ur mama and the rest of ur family when the next person in the room just had her mama and family killed about 4 months ago huh???
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@Lovel_N_Houston..congrats on

@Lovel_N_Houston..congrats on your pregnancy
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NOT MAD AT HER AT ALL. I'M

NOT MAD AT HER AT ALL. I'M VERY FRUGAL TOO. PEOPLE LAUGH AT ME BUT I BET THE LAST LAUGH WILL BE ON THEM. I HAVE A VISION AND I INTEND TO CREATE IT BY THE GRACE OF GOD. I DON'T HAVE TO BE A MILLIONAIR BUT I'M CERTAINLY NOT TRYING TO SPEND THE REST OF MY LIFE STRUGGLING EITHER.
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[quote comment="432855"]These

[quote comment="432855"]These women should be praised for what they accomplished so far. They earned the right to spend it however and on whomever they want...HELLO! I hate how the media instigates quotes from celebrities. I don't let anything influence my opinion about anyone I don't know personally. Think about that when you start throwing stones! We should be happy Beyonce, Halle and Kelly and all the others made it! They have used their success to help others to achieve their goals! ~Enjoy your weekend.[/quote] praised? i only praise GOD
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[quote comment="432910"]thanks by my fav is Once in a lifetime now.Do u know that song?Do you like it?[/quote] Haven't heard it. I'll Youtube it... I have nothing but time lol... This bed rest thing is driving me crazy!!!
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[quote comment="432784"]Bey,

[quote comment="432784"]Bey, please shut up! Don't front like you don't break the bank on Chanel, Loubies, and everything else you like to wear. We know you don't buy cars because you don't drive yourself anywhere (therefore you ride around in your security team's truck or ride in your husband's isht). We know you don't buy diamonds or any other jewelry because your husband buys it for you or you get it free from Lorraine Schwartz. I hope she isn't investing with any Bernie Madoff types, though. And should she really be talking about how she's "set" when her audience is struggling in this recession? Most of this quote was a bad move, honey. Please think before you speak or just stick to the PR approved questions and answers! DISCLAIMER: NO, I'M NOT "HATING" ON BEY BECAUSE THE GIRL IS DOING HER THING AND DESERVES EVERY PENNY SHE HAS BECAUSE SHE EARNED/WORKED HER ASS OFF FOR IT, BUT YOU'VE GOTTA ADMIT IT SOUNDED KIND OF STUPID Halle is so cute when she talks about Nahla. I feel bad for Asia, though. You claimed to love her like a daughter when you were married to her daddy; now you act like you never knew her. Wasn't Tracee spotted having lunch with this guy and some relatives a few months ago? Don't see Kelly's show being very successful seeing as though it sounds like a "Project Runway" knock-off. Nothing's better than the original, people (and that goes for anything)[/quote] Very good post. I feel you on the Bey note. Basically what she is saying to all ya'll Stans is ....i don't care if ya'll spend ya'll last dime trying to buy my music or see my lame as movies, I'm paid...ya'll just wasting ya'll money...but if you must waste it give it to her...got it...now get back to singing ....single ladies.... Yeah its sad about the lack of relationship there appears to be between Haley and the Benet child! I know that feeling all too well... Do you Kelly...Papa Knowles would have never let you do that good for u...
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thanks by my fav is Once in a

thanks by my fav is Once in a lifetime now.Do u know that song?Do you like it?
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[quote comment="432905"][quote comment="432901"][quote comment="432892"]@Miss GQ.Amen @Lovely-N-Houston. Seriously,congrats.i appreciate ppl who are not afraid to take risk like that.i just cant do that.you have a intersting life and hope my life be as interesting as yours. But,do you appreciate to see beyoncé knwoles to come in your buz and made a comment like:"Gosh,this girl is unstable,inconstant and cant keep her ass w/ ppl for a long time? -And,in an other hand,you and bey are more similar than you think.She is just like you:movies,female band,solo career & movies,solo career again....AND beyonce get sick of things (except Jay) very quickly too. THANKS FOR TALKIN TO ME LIKE A REAL PERSON AND NOT A CRAZY FAN/STAN :-D[/quote] Lol... You may have a point!! Lol I am unstable, but in the best way! My hubby told me the same thing. "Stay in one place woman" he says! Lol... Now that I'm expecting a baby (a BOY!!) :-D I'm sure I'll settle down but never get too settled because there's so much I want to do, with a baby in tow. Lol When I was younger I had a list of all sorts of careers I'd like to have and I just couldn't narrow it down. Then I thought to myself, I only have one life, why not make it the best and at least dabble in everything I've always wanted to do. Lol[/quote] Congrats to you! baby boy...How beautiful ! :-p i'll try to not forget this advice for the rest of life.Thanks! ------------- the second albom is called B'Day.it's a really good album but only w/ up-tempo.the problem w/ this kind of song is the lyrics are always childish (no one can dance on a remix of At last,i beleive i can fly) but the production is really great,and bey sing her ass out in in.many fans love it other hate...so what can i except for non-fans!execute ur amendment rights[/quote] Thanks girl... My baby boy = My blessing! Lol... My advice for everyone is to live life... Not just get by day to day but really live... To the fullest!! Oooh, ok... Yes, now I remember. And she released it on her b-day. Yeah, I liked "Upgrade U" and I enjoyed "Kitty Kat" on a club night! Lol I think that "My Heart Still Beats" is her best song ever though. That was on the Survivor album I believe, and I think Michelle and Kelly are doing background vocals but IDK. I played that song at my wedding, so I can't even front, I'm a fan of Bey, just more so in her earlier years.
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Love Beyonce- she's so gifted

Love Beyonce- she's so gifted and hard-working. However when will she say something new? All the money talk is a bit misguided at this time of recession also.
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Dang! Is it possible the

Dang! Is it possible the statement that she(Beyonce) made was based upon a QUESTION SHE WAS ASKED?! Every time there is something posted about her, people knock her down left and right! My goodness! And those of you that are concerned about her giving back, she does more than anyone will ever know. But, I'm sure if the good that she does gets posted, someone will say it's not enough. I guess if she's dogging other artist, using drugs, sleeping around, fighting, and anything else gossip worthy I guess everyone would be pleased.
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Beyonce and SMART should

Beyonce and SMART should never be used in the same sentence . The broad is as dumb as a door nail. TRUE STORY.. *THE END* :)
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[quote comment="432901"][quote comment="432892"]@Miss GQ.Amen @Lovely-N-Houston. Seriously,congrats.i appreciate ppl who are not afraid to take risk like that.i just cant do that.you have a intersting life and hope my life be as interesting as yours. But,do you appreciate to see beyoncé knwoles to come in your buz and made a comment like:"Gosh,this girl is unstable,inconstant and cant keep her ass w/ ppl for a long time? -And,in an other hand,you and bey are more similar than you think.She is just like you:movies,female band,solo career & movies,solo career again....AND beyonce get sick of things (except Jay) very quickly too. THANKS FOR TALKIN TO ME LIKE A REAL PERSON AND NOT A CRAZY FAN/STAN :-D[/quote] Lol... You may have a point!! Lol I am unstable, but in the best way! My hubby told me the same thing. "Stay in one place woman" he says! Lol... Now that I'm expecting a baby (a BOY!!) :-D I'm sure I'll settle down but never get too settled because there's so much I want to do, with a baby in tow. Lol When I was younger I had a list of all sorts of careers I'd like to have and I just couldn't narrow it down. Then I thought to myself, I only have one life, why not make it the best and at least dabble in everything I've always wanted to do. Lol[/quote] Congrats to you! baby boy...How beautiful ! :-p i'll try to not forget this advice for the rest of life.Thanks! ------------- the second albom is called B'Day.it's a really good album but only w/ up-tempo.the problem w/ this kind of song is the lyrics are always childish (no one can dance on a remix of At last,i beleive i can fly) but the production is really great,and bey sing her ass out in in.many fans love it other hate...so what can i except for non-fans!execute ur amendment rights
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[quote comment="432889"]Ol'

[quote comment="432889"]Ol' Creole isn't frugal when it comes to those Lacefront wigs. With some of the statements she's made u can tell it is an effort to stay grounded and she hasn't accomplished it. Bill Gates would never say he's "set" and he has way more money than this broad. She says she's able to just do things that make her happy. Music don't make her happy? Go back to the statement she made about the Jackson's. Joe wanted the samething for his children that she wanted and that's to get rich and be successful. Maybe she and her family didn't get in the biz to get out of a bad situation but they definately got in it to get in an EVEN BETTER situation. This Bitch is full of herself. I wonder how much she has given to charity compared to how much she has? I bet she wouldn't brag about that. Halle seems to be enjoying motherhood, good for her. I like children but don't feel the same way many people do when it comes to having children. I personnaly feel u can accomplish more in life without them and I can't honestly say I'll enjoy motherhood. If it's meant to be it'll happen, if it doesn't I wouldn't have a problem with it whatsoever. I'm glad being a mother makes her happy though. I see Ol' Creole's "Lap Dog" (Kelly) has gotten a job since dumping her daddy as her manager. Is that Tracee's boyfriend?[/quote] LMAO... Girl, I couldn't have ever seen myself having a child. I want so much in life and just didn't see where a kid would fit into my lifestyle. I even thought about getting my tubes tied but they won't do it until you have at least 2 children I believe. Lol... I took birth control religiously and then BOOM!!!! Found out I was pregnant. I was sort of angry and thought that this was the end of my life... And then I found out the sex of my baby last Friday and on Wednesday I felt my baby kick for the first time!! OMG, the joys I'm already experiencing and baby isn't even here yet. If it's meant to happen for you, then it will. Lol I'm living proof.
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[quote comment="432891"][quote comment="432866"][quote comment="432803"][quote comment="432800"]Bey is very smart....she always use to stay that when she's 30 she don't want to have to work anymore. And really feel shes going to stop working after this album and just have kids and what not.[/quote] I think her ego is too big for that,( if not her ego, then her pops). U really think the knowles is just gonna sit and watch some up and commer take over the biz? I seriously doubt that. Plus be wants to be a legend......nothing she's done so far equates her to being a legend. If she wants to be a legend, she has to keep it going.....[/quote] ************************************* I beg to differ. If Beyonce wants to be a legend she should start doing more philanthropy. But first, she should go back to school as well as really try to get in touch with the REAL world. Anyone who is truly in the know, and sensitive to what's going on in the world would NOT be talking about how much money they have and that they're set for life. Does she not follow the news and recent economy? Her music is getting worse, she can't act and people are getting sick of Beyonce everywhere. It would be nice to get a break from her and get the chance to truly miss her but she just won't allow it. I'm sorry but I can't see people still talking about Beyonce 20 and 30 years from now. Her music has no relevance so there's no need to remember it. And here yall stans go, throwing that "hater" word around. It's not "hating" if I'm speaking the truth. No need for me to "hate" I have an education, a slew of degrees to show for it and a great career making more than enough to be comfortable. I also pay my tithes and give offering and give to various other outlets. So please believe I'm not "hating" just stating my opinion.[/quote] I actually agree with you. I guess when i thought of her as a legend, it was only in her music cuz i question alot a things about her, especially when i hear her speak. I guess i just can't see her doing anything but music. I think her going back to school and maybe see life from outside her bubble could be good for her. Heck, maybe it might help the music. Even though some folks will call me a hater, I have all three albums, and I didn't think any of them were great. The second one, i may label as good, but the rest i'd just say were okay, weren't bad. She's getting older, and i jsut didn't get that growing feeling from this past album. Part of being a legend is having those signature songs, a song that you can only hear that person singing, and nobody else can sing like her. Thats what i want from her. I get called a hater all the time, so i don't care lol Its you opinion, we all have one[/quote] You have a point... Although I really liked "Crazy In Love" I was somewhat disappointed with the 2nd album's (can't remember the name) first single so decided not to get it. I do however LOVE that song "Upgrade U"... When she released the first 2 singles from her newest album I just thought, "Ok Bey, where's the growth that you've been claiming you've experienced in all of these interviews?" And I don't think that they reflect her personally at all, but she claims this is her most personal album thus far. I think "Crazy in Love" has more heart in it. Just my opinion. BTW, I would NEVER call you or anyone else a hater, lol I HATE that word. No one is a "hater" they're just exercising their First Amendment rights!!! ;-)
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[quote comment="432892"]@Miss

[quote comment="432892"]@Miss GQ.Amen @Lovely-N-Houston. Seriously,congrats.i appreciate ppl who are not afraid to take risk like that.i just cant do that.you have a intersting life and hope my life be as interesting as yours. But,do you appreciate to see beyoncé knwoles to come in your buz and made a comment like:"Gosh,this girl is unstable,inconstant and cant keep her ass w/ ppl for a long time? -And,in an other hand,you and bey are more similar than you think.She is just like you:movies,female band,solo career & movies,solo career again....AND beyonce get sick of things (except Jay) very quickly too. THANKS FOR TALKIN TO ME LIKE A REAL PERSON AND NOT A CRAZY FAN/STAN :-D[/quote] Lol... You may have a point!! Lol I am unstable, but in the best way! My hubby told me the same thing. "Stay in one place woman" he says! Lol... Now that I'm expecting a baby (a BOY!!) :-D I'm sure I'll settle down but never get too settled because there's so much I want to do, with a baby in tow. Lol When I was younger I had a list of all sorts of careers I'd like to have and I just couldn't narrow it down. Then I thought to myself, I only have one life, why not make it the best and at least dabble in everything I've always wanted to do. Lol
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@Serene. can you only see a

@Serene. can you only see a Signature song if it is in front of you? whatever ! --------------- I surprise like everybody becomes an profesionnal RnB critic,speaker,observer when it comes for bey career. NB:sorry for my errors. *buz=biz *risks *an intersting....many more.Sorry
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[quote comment="432887"][quote comment="432883"][quote comment="432876"][quote comment="432866"][quote comment="432803"][quote comment="432800"]Bey is very smart....she always use to stay that when she's 30 she don't want to have to work anymore. And really feel shes going to stop working after this album and just have kids and what not.[/quote] I think her ego is too big for that,( if not her ego, then her pops). U really think the knowles is just gonna sit and watch some up and commer take over the biz? I seriously doubt that. Plus be wants to be a legend......nothing she's done so far equates her to being a legend. If she wants to be a legend, she has to keep it going.....[/quote] ************************************* I beg to differ. If Beyonce wants to be a legend she should start doing more philanthropy. But first, she should go back to school as well as really try to get in touch with the REAL world. Anyone who is truly in the know, and sensitive to what's going on in the world would NOT be talking about how much money they have and that they're set for life. Does she not follow the news and recent economy? Her music is getting worse, she can't act and people are getting sick of Beyonce everywhere. It would be nice to get a break from her and get the chance to truly miss her but she just won't allow it. I'm sorry but I can't see people still talking about Beyonce 20 and 30 years from now. Her music has no relevance so there's no need to remember it. And here yall stans go, throwing that "hater" word around. It's not "hating" if I'm speaking the truth. No need for me to "hate" I have an education, a slew of degrees to show for it and a great career making more than enough to be comfortable. I also pay my tithes and give offering and give to various other outlets. So please believe I'm not "hating" just stating my opinion.[/quote] really though...just b/c her music has no relevance to you, don't make it irrelevant..that's your opinion..record sales and radio spins beg to differ[/quote] True, but the radio plays Soulja Boy (sp?) almost religiously. Does his music have relevance? *silence* I rest my case... But I see what you're saying. Nothing wrong with listening to music that "speaks" to you, and I guess Beyonce "speaks" to you. The great thing about being human is that everyone is entitled to their own opinion.[/quote] yea but how can you compare soulja boy to beyonce..don't add up[/quote] I was simply making a point, which was just because you get radio spins doesn't mean you have relevant music. I definitely wasn't trying to compare Beyonce and Soulja Boy because true, they don't compare. Only thing they have in common is the irrelevance in their music. Don't get me wrong though, once upon a time I rode hard for Beyonce. That's when her music spoke to me. But lets agree to disagree. I'm actually fairly new to this blogging thing and don't want to start off on the wrong foot, going back and forth over opinions and what not (that gives you high blood pressure), espcially since I'm supposed to be relaxing. I'm on bed rest :-( 21 weeks pregnant and my blood pressure has got the best of me! Lol
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Well it's pretty clear

Well it's pretty clear Beyonce dont spent that much money on clothes. She's cuttin off jeans to make jeans shorts, I guess she's trying to get her monies worth.
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@Miss

@Miss GQ.Amen @Lovely-N-Houston. Seriously,congrats.i appreciate ppl who are not afraid to take risk like that.i just cant do that.you have a intersting life and hope my life be as interesting as yours. But,do you appreciate to see beyoncé knwoles to come in your buz and made a comment like:"Gosh,this girl is unstable,inconstant and cant keep her ass w/ ppl for a long time? -And,in an other hand,you and bey are more similar than you think.She is just like you:movies,female band,solo career & movies,solo career again....AND beyonce get sick of things (except Jay) very quickly too. THANKS FOR TALKIN TO ME LIKE A REAL PERSON AND NOT A CRAZY FAN/STAN :-D
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[quote comment="432866"][quote comment="432803"][quote comment="432800"]Bey is very smart....she always use to stay that when she's 30 she don't want to have to work anymore. And really feel shes going to stop working after this album and just have kids and what not.[/quote] I think her ego is too big for that,( if not her ego, then her pops). U really think the knowles is just gonna sit and watch some up and commer take over the biz? I seriously doubt that. Plus be wants to be a legend......nothing she's done so far equates her to being a legend. If she wants to be a legend, she has to keep it going.....[/quote] ************************************* I beg to differ. If Beyonce wants to be a legend she should start doing more philanthropy. But first, she should go back to school as well as really try to get in touch with the REAL world. Anyone who is truly in the know, and sensitive to what's going on in the world would NOT be talking about how much money they have and that they're set for life. Does she not follow the news and recent economy? Her music is getting worse, she can't act and people are getting sick of Beyonce everywhere. It would be nice to get a break from her and get the chance to truly miss her but she just won't allow it. I'm sorry but I can't see people still talking about Beyonce 20 and 30 years from now. Her music has no relevance so there's no need to remember it. And here yall stans go, throwing that "hater" word around. It's not "hating" if I'm speaking the truth. No need for me to "hate" I have an education, a slew of degrees to show for it and a great career making more than enough to be comfortable. I also pay my tithes and give offering and give to various other outlets. So please believe I'm not "hating" just stating my opinion.[/quote] I actually agree with you. I guess when i thought of her as a legend, it was only in her music cuz i question alot a things about her, especially when i hear her speak. I guess i just can't see her doing anything but music. I think her going back to school and maybe see life from outside her bubble could be good for her. Heck, maybe it might help the music. Even though some folks will call me a hater, I have all three albums, and I didn't think any of them were great. The second one, i may label as good, but the rest i'd just say were okay, weren't bad. She's getting older, and i jsut didn't get that growing feeling from this past album. Part of being a legend is having those signature songs, a song that you can only hear that person singing, and nobody else can sing like her. Thats what i want from her. I get called a hater all the time, so i don't care lol Its you opinion, we all have one
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Bey would not have to buy

Bey would not have to buy anything because she along with the rest of the celebrities get a lot of things for free. It's only the non-celebs who struggle paying for the things that the celebs get for free...
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Ol' Creole isn't frugal when

Ol' Creole isn't frugal when it comes to those Lacefront wigs. With some of the statements she's made u can tell it is an effort to stay grounded and she hasn't accomplished it. Bill Gates would never say he's "set" and he has way more money than this broad. She says she's able to just do things that make her happy. Music don't make her happy? Go back to the statement she made about the Jackson's. Joe wanted the samething for his children that she wanted and that's to get rich and be successful. Maybe she and her family didn't get in the biz to get out of a bad situation but they definately got in it to get in an EVEN BETTER situation. This Bitch is full of herself. I wonder how much she has given to charity compared to how much she has? I bet she wouldn't brag about that. Halle seems to be enjoying motherhood, good for her. I like children but don't feel the same way many people do when it comes to having children. I personnaly feel u can accomplish more in life without them and I can't honestly say I'll enjoy motherhood. If it's meant to be it'll happen, if it doesn't I wouldn't have a problem with it whatsoever. I'm glad being a mother makes her happy though. I see Ol' Creole's "Lap Dog" (Kelly) has gotten a job since dumping her daddy as her manager. Is that Tracee's boyfriend?
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[quote comment="432883"][quote comment="432876"][quote comment="432866"][quote comment="432803"][quote comment="432800"]Bey is very smart....she always use to stay that when she's 30 she don't want to have to work anymore. And really feel shes going to stop working after this album and just have kids and what not.[/quote] I think her ego is too big for that,( if not her ego, then her pops). U really think the knowles is just gonna sit and watch some up and commer take over the biz? I seriously doubt that. Plus be wants to be a legend......nothing she's done so far equates her to being a legend. If she wants to be a legend, she has to keep it going.....[/quote] ************************************* I beg to differ. If Beyonce wants to be a legend she should start doing more philanthropy. But first, she should go back to school as well as really try to get in touch with the REAL world. Anyone who is truly in the know, and sensitive to what's going on in the world would NOT be talking about how much money they have and that they're set for life. Does she not follow the news and recent economy? Her music is getting worse, she can't act and people are getting sick of Beyonce everywhere. It would be nice to get a break from her and get the chance to truly miss her but she just won't allow it. I'm sorry but I can't see people still talking about Beyonce 20 and 30 years from now. Her music has no relevance so there's no need to remember it. And here yall stans go, throwing that "hater" word around. It's not "hating" if I'm speaking the truth. No need for me to "hate" I have an education, a slew of degrees to show for it and a great career making more than enough to be comfortable. I also pay my tithes and give offering and give to various other outlets. So please believe I'm not "hating" just stating my opinion.[/quote] really though...just b/c her music has no relevance to you, don't make it irrelevant..that's your opinion..record sales and radio spins beg to differ[/quote] True, but the radio plays Soulja Boy (sp?) almost religiously. Does his music have relevance? *silence* I rest my case... But I see what you're saying. Nothing wrong with listening to music that "speaks" to you, and I guess Beyonce "speaks" to you. The great thing about being human is that everyone is entitled to their own opinion.[/quote] yea but how can you compare soulja boy to beyonce..don't add up
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