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Drake Updates His Fans+Chris Rock's "Good Hair"


The official trailer for Chris Rock's new film "Good Hair" is here. Looks more comedic than I thought it would be. And some of our fave YBF chicks are making cameos. Check it.
Drake updated the website he usually posts on with info on how he's been doing since "the fall". And his surgery.  He titled the post Angels & Demons.  Interesting:
Angels and Demons This bottle of Opus One is low but my spirits are high my friends. I am about 2 hours away from Toronto, CA where I will be spending the next chunk of time recovering from a surgery that I now must have. I embarked on this tour with a torn ACL, MCL, and LCL and due to the events that happened the other night lord only knows what other damage I have done. On the bright side I will begin the reflecting and soul searching that its going to take to make this album and my outfit on the night I fell was crack. I will forever push myself beyond the limits despite advice and recommendations given because even with this new found success I am still the kid who wanted this more than anything in the world. Its funny when I read comments from previous fans who have lost interest because of the radio play and exposure I have. I just want to assure anyone reading that nothing has changed on my end. I refuse to get comfortable, I refuse to fall in line and follow anyone elses formulas. I still work as if So Far Gone had never dropped and I'm still trying to figure out how I'm going to gain entry to this game. “Missing someone gets easier everyday. Because, even though it is one day further from the last time you saw each other, it is one day closer to the next time you will” See you soon. Drizzy
Get better soon Drake.

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The 'Good Hair' movie looks

The 'Good Hair' movie looks interesting, but I'm not sure if I'm going to go see it. I think the hair topic and hair itself is praised enough already in the Black community and frankly I'm sick of hearing futile debates about it. Already Black women are leaving comments justifying why they wear natural or relaxed hair. Who cares? You don't owe anyone an explanation. If someone is having an identity issue do we really need to carry the --heavy-- weight on our shoulder? What about tid bits of advice of better hair care. (sigh) ah well...
Lacey's picture

@IT IS WHAT IT IS! Not to

@IT IS WHAT IT IS! Not to mention the countless amount of natural women who say "I rock my natural hair and I am chemical free" yet, they are also over weight. I mean people need to rock whatever they feel most comfortable and confident in. If it ain't the hair industry for black women, it is the cosmetic industry in Brazil and the eye lid industry in China. Every culture has there thing and hair just so happens to be a black woman's. I will go see it when I take my sew in out and wear my afro.LOL!
dil's picture

Perms Are the DEVIL!

Perms Are the DEVIL!
Recovered Perm Addict!!'s picture

And for everyone that talks

And for everyone that talks about the chemicals in relaxers, please understand there is chemicals in EVERYTHING. When you're born in America they shoot "vaccines" in our veins which isn't natural substances. Unless you use lemon juice for deodorant, wash your clothes w/ soap you made from nature, grow your own produce, raise your own livestock & an array of so many other things....you can guarantee there's chemicals in it....more ppl have cancer in America than any other country & that's not a coincidence.
lipstiick's picture

For all of you who wear

For all of you who wear weaves or straighten your hair, and are making the argument that it's "just a style" or that it's "just hair".... WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU WORE YOUR HAIR NATURAL? WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU SAID SOMETHING POSITIVE ABOUT YOUR GOD-GIVEN HAIR? Please think about that!! I can't wait to see Chris Rock's movie. I decided to wake up at age 20. I refused to ever put a deadly chemical relaxer in my hair again or have some long straight dead hair that was not mine hanging from my scalp. I have never been happier with the way I look. And as for the argument that Black men don't like it....uh NO. I get compliments on my hair on the regular. AND plenty of men trying to date me. Of all races. As for the argument that it's considered not professional...I worked in the non-profit and corporate world and never had a problem. It's all how YOU see it. You attract what you put out there!
NaBelle's picture

I am relaxed & I embrace

I am relaxed & I embrace natural hair, I just did my cousin's big chop 2 weeks ago & she was so happy & I was happy for her but I didn't want to go big chop my own hair. The one thing I hate is when natural women tell relaxed women they're trying to be white-when the relaxed female is blk as hell, big lips, big nose, wide hips w/ a rotund ass, and all she did was straighten her hair permanently. I will never get how one can run w/ that idea & firmly believe it. If I ever said a natural woman wants to run around in Africa w/ tribal garments while hunting animals for food wouldn't I be ignorant as all hell??? Ugh yeah!!! I love natural & maybe one day I will transition to see if natural hair is for me. There are a million websites & books to educate black women on hair care & very few seek them out, but also many don't know about em either. I personally don't wear weaves because it's not my preference, my own hair is long & thick enough, & my own hair isn't much for me to maintain. I'd love to see the day blk women no longer wear weaves & put just as much into the hair growing from their scalp than the one purchased @ the store
lipstiick's picture

Uh oh! Here come the

Uh oh! Here come the defensive Black women! Isn't it funny that so many women with WEAVES and RELAXERS are not looking forward to seeing this? Please STOP trying to make the argument that getting a weave and getting relaxers are just a "style" or an "accessory". If that were the case, why are so many women addicted to it? Why do we STILL use the term "good hair" to define hair that is NOT OURS? And why do you insist on hiding behind your relaxers and weaves and NEVER showcasing your real hair!?? Don't be too proud to admit that you have issues with your natural hair. You've been sufficiently brainwashed by this society...and it's Ok. First step to recovery is ADMISSION! LOL! You KNOW you think it's cute to be able to swing your hair around, and to have silky hair that touches your shoulders, so don't even play. You know you watch those herbal essence commercials, and wish to God that was you. You wouldn't be caught dead with your own, GOD GIVEN hair.
NaBelle's picture

I honestly think to each his

I honestly think to each his own....if you want a perm...great...not..great..I rock natural hair.havent had a perm in 11 years...I keep it braided or pressed....and I have course (or nappy) hair as america says...btu the one thing about natural hair after awhile when the perm grows out it becomes soft...the thing is when you are in the gym as strong as I am you have to have something that is low matenance....b/c you have to wash it and keep it up...bottom line..if you want to address health....well a perm is burning through your scalp and leaves a film on the brain..it is what it is..its a chemical....shoot I used to get my nails done until I realized the folks doing my nails didnt even have the tips..I asked one day and she replied "its not healthy"...from then I rocked my own nails...at the end of the day its not about how good your hair looks or how fly your nails are..I believe in being fly just like the next chick...but what I am tired of seeing is a woman whose hair is fried dyed and laid to the side...nails just painted all tight...tips just shining..yet she's either overweight or obese....we gotta start prioritizing...we really do..what sense does it make for your hair and nails to be fly, yet your insides/outsides are fat? I aint preaching..I used to be overweight..then I realized..dam* I gotta get it together.... we need a documentary about that...for real... Peace...
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Nadine: Black women are the

Nadine: Black women are the joke of a nation. We, apparently, are at the mercy of Eddie Murphy, Martin Lawrence & Chris Rock.I stopped going to the movies in NYC when I would go to watch a perfectly innocent movie and be traumatized by the previews of NORBIT or BIG MOMMA’S HOUSE 2 with a theater full a non-blacks on 86th street hysterically laughing at these caricatures of black women. Horrifying.Chris Rock’s crappy “KILL THE MESSENGER”, took his anti-black woman venom across the globe VILIFYING Michelle OBAMA and her black womanhood to Australians and the English. WHAT!?!?!?! This evil dude continues to make us a joke with this movie.Black women need to stand up against this black male hatred that goes unchallenged because we continue to support their BLACKNESS while allowing them to denigrate our femaleness. Black targeted music is not even for black women anymore even though we have THE MAJORITY OF THE PURCHASING POWER! Unless you are ethnically ambiguous, black men are happy treat black women like crap.There are black women on here who don’t think relaxed hair is an issue, but seriously folks…I can cite numerous stories of black women, talented brilliant black women, educated at the cream of the crop who were held in contempt for taking a break from their hair, getting braids, and being told that they were unprofessional. My girl got beautiful (fine) locks and was LET GO because respectfully stated she would not take them out. They were super expensive!This society, including black men, are saying…”IF YOU DON’T BURN YOUR SCALP AND FRY YOUR HAIR TO LOOK LIKE HAIR THAT NATURALLY GROWS OUT OF A WHITE WOMAN’S SCALP, THEN YOU ARE NOT PRETTY, DESERVE DISDAIN AND CAN (not always) LOSE YOUR JOB (depending on the sector). I agree Nadine. My friend is a black women working in corporate America and she decided to take a couple weeks off from her weave and wore her own hair in natural twists. The only negative comments she received was from her black male co-workers who told her she needed to put her weave back in because she looked liked a field slave. Now mind you these are suppose to be the creme de la creme of black men, educated, professional, successful and articulate. Did my girlfriend let this get to her HELL NO she told them she's sorry that she's reminding them of their past and where they came from but that's their problem not hers. I swear black men never surprise me with their self-hate and then they wonder why the black women have to be so strong it's out of necessity. There is no other race where the men are so outspoken about the hate for their own kind but black men it's quite disgusting and embarrassing. But I blame black women who are living on auto-pilot and not realizing the power they have. Stop supporting these fools who obviously do not support of WANT you!
Tia's picture

Chris Rock is ignorant. I am

Chris Rock is ignorant. I am tired of the black woman being the subject of ridicule from men of all races. With a wife that is so progressive how can he still be so far behind. People wake up, don't support this project.
Sleek&pink's picture

What is "good hair"? We as

What is "good hair"? We as people have the right to wear our hair any way we desire. It's sad that people judge others based off physical appearances. Nowadays, it seems like most black men aren't even into us if we don't have long hair, bright skin, and etc.
JustBeingMe's picture

But what I don't think a lot

But what I don't think a lot of you understand is that there are still many Black women who do perm because they hate their natural hair. How many times have I overheard a young Black lady refer to straighter/thinner hair as "good hair"?? How many times have I heard young Black ladies poke fun of those who do wear natural hair..."Ugghhh, she needs to perm her hair, its so nappy"??? Too many times. There are many Black women who perm their hair because they feel that it will bring them closer to having "good hair". I'm happy Chris is even taking the time to address this issue but of course it's not going to change much. BTW-I'm not saying all Black women are like this but many of us have struggled with it. Too many of these young girls are striving to be something other than what God made them SMH.
tick.tock.boom.'s picture

this is why i love chris

this is why i love chris rock! he can mix comedy with real world issues.
michelle's picture

Tia: I like Chris Rock alot

Tia: I like Chris Rock alot and I love his wife and what she does for the community BUT on the other hand why did Chris feel the need to produce a movie such as this? People are always making money by down talking black women. Black women need to wake up. And standup against nonsense like this; as if all black women wear weaves and perms. And if the majority do, then so F*&$ what. Our ignorance will continue to be our downfall. I dont think Chris Rock is down-talking anyone. Chris uses comedy to talk about real issues. For instance, he has done this many times with politics. I like what he is doing...Hopefully one day black people will realize that there is no such thing as "good hair" and "bad hair." There is only "healthy hair" and "damaged hair."
Lovely One's picture

I agree with you 100%

I agree with you 100% Iolastar! I think that is sad that hair/beauty/makeup or other beauty treatment geared towards black women or women of color are billion dollars companies but their aren't any faces in the CEO chairs that look like us selling or marketing the products we use! That is compete B.S. in my book. I for one can't wait to see Good Hair, I think it will be an eye open experience mix with some funny dialogue. However, I hope it doesn't keep up the stereotype that if you perm your hair or wear weaves it means you self hate yourself because it DOESN'T. That is the good thing about black people hair we can do anything to it and wear it any way and all of it is GOOD weather it is perm, twists, locs, natural, afro, etc. etc. that is why most other woman envy our hair because we can do so much with it. Feel better Drake and hope you get that ACL fixed for good
binky's picture

85-90% of hair products are

85-90% of hair products are purchased by women of african american descent. The movie is titled "Good Hair" because many of us belief that as long as your hair is straight and managable it's "Good Hair". NO!!! that's not the case!!! There is only healthy and non healthy hair. That's why I feel this movie is necessary, the reason Chris is making jokes is to give it a comic relief as this is a real serious issue in the african american community. I'm natural and while I don't look down upon anyone for their hair preference I would like for some people to see the harmful effects of constantly putting chemicals in your hair. I'm the only one in my immediate family with natural hair and I understand that many can't devote the time I do in managing my hair. But many of my family members are considering the natural approach. I get attention from MANY men and my Caucasion co-workers LOVE it!!! My soon to be husband loves the different styles I rock cause I'm creative with it. And others like it better than my weaves, so it's an attitude. As long as I feel great with the hair God gave me, people catch on to my attitude and they accept it. Once again it's a personal choice but I think it's a great idea to talk about it.
TeeTee's picture

I am going to pass on this

I am going to pass on this one. Love Chris's usual brand of humor, but I am not too fond of the ideal of poking fun at black women about our hair when black men are the ones that have helped the wider society alienate us simplly because all of us do not have "good hair" AND certain features to make us appear less black. So them sitting around running us down is not a good look. I am tired of us always been considered the ones that have to work the hardest to be attractive or being the butt of someone's joke.
JJ Fad's picture

Tia: I like Chris Rock alot

Tia: I like Chris Rock alot and I love his wife and what she does for the community BUT on the other hand why did Chris feel the need to produce a movie such as this? People are always by down talking black women. Black women need to wake up. And standup against nonsense like this; as if all black women wear weaves and perms. And if the majority do, then so F*&$ what. Our ignorance will continue to be our downfall. Black women are the joke of a nation. We, apparently, are at the mercy of Eddie Murphy, Martin Lawrence & Chris Rock. I stopped going to the movies in NYC when I would go to watch a perfectly innocent movie and be traumatized by the previews of NORBIT or BIG MOMMA'S HOUSE 2 with a theater full a non-blacks on 86th street hysterically laughing at these caricatures of black women. Horrifying. Chris Rock's crappy "KILL THE MESSENGER", took his anti-black woman venom across the globe VILIFYING Michelle OBAMA and her black womanhood to Australians and the English. WHAT!?!?!?! This evil dude continues to make us a joke with this movie. Black women need to stand up against this black male hatred that goes unchallenged because we continue to support their BLACKNESS while allowing them to denigrate our femaleness. Black targeted music is not even for black women anymore even though we have THE MAJORITY OF THE PURCHASING POWER! Unless you are ethnically ambiguous, black men are happy treat black women like crap. There are black women on here who don't think relaxed hair is an issue, but seriously folks...I can cite numerous stories of black women, talented brilliant black women, educated at the cream of the crop who were held in contempt for taking a break from their hair, getting braids, and being told that they were unprofessional. My girl got beautiful (fine) locks and was LET GO because respectfully stated she would not take them out. They were super expensive! This society, including black men, are saying..."IF YOU DON'T BURN YOUR SCALP AND FRY YOUR HAIR TO LOOK LIKE HAIR THAT NATURALLY GROWS OUT OF A WHITE WOMAN'S SCALP, THEN YOU ARE NOT PRETTY, DESERVE DISDAIN AND CAN (not always) LOSE YOUR JOB (depending on the sector).
Nadine's picture

where=wear Aaah damn

where=wear Aaah damn typos/misuse of words LOL
Whoa!'s picture

LOL@Foley and "the drip"

LOL@Foley and "the drip" :lol: Anyhoo, black people, esp black men are so hypocritical. It's Society and then black men that highly, IMO, contribute to the reason that black women perm their hair. First of all, ladies where you're hair HOWEVER YOU LIKE! It's your business at the end of the day. I have thick super coarse hair that I perm. I've been natural before and I just couldn't manage. Broke a couple combs too, LOL. I wear weaves at times but I am NO slave to them. I usually add some tracks for length (even tho I have length) and chicks are always up in my scalp because I'm not wearing a GODZILLA weave down to my ass. And when I wear them, I wear them so I don't have to be bothered w/ my own hair. AND my hair GROWS LIKE CRAZY. I still maintain my weave as if it's my hair (weekly wash, and I curl/straighten it). At the end of the day, most black men do NOT want or like a black woman w/ natural hair. The way I've heard black men come out their mouths about dreads/natural hair is disgusting and embarrassing. But in top of that, some of us CORPORATE sista's can NOT come up in the office on a MOnday w/ no "Fight the Power" fro. "They" no trying o see no twist, braids, afro, NONE OF THAT! I am going to go back natural oe day. Hopefully. :smile:
Whoa!'s picture

NC: At the end of the day

NC: At the end of the day this will not change anything. There will always be little black girls who come home crying (like Chris said his daughter did) because someone told her she doesn’t have ‘good hair’. This will never change. And guess what..it’s hardly ever a white person who says it. That is so true!! I sometimes correct my friends when they say 'good hair'. Just because so and so has a different texture of hair does not make it better than yours. I know this documentary will be funny though & lol at Raven.
tick.tock.boom.'s picture

Nadine: I’m sorry, is the

Nadine: I’m sorry, is the new thing putting down braids in preference of weaves? “Poetic Justice” braids is a bad thing now…(that’s two days in a row I’m hearing this nonsense).Braids are meant to protect your hair, weaves are meant to disguise your hair. u talkin to me? cause i said the 'poetic justice' thing today? anyhoo, in reference to chris rock who puts those heavy a$$ braids in his kids hair, has the nerve to make a movie clownin hair? i know that IF his daughter even said that about 'good hair' as he stated in this clip, was that the reason he went and put those braids in, is that the reason he is making this movie? don't insult our intelligence. His daughters hair looks permed and on top of that, heavy with braids. so yup, i said it, my opinion and i am sticking to it. as u can c i have 2 girls posted above me and to the left, they wear braids using their own hair. u think i am gonna put some yaky in my baby girls hair when she is only 5? for society? man, get the fugg outta here. no where in MY (maybe u were talking to someone else) post did i say braids are worse/better than weaves. what i am saying is his KIDS DON'T NEED ANY OF IT. but to each their own, which is y that is his children with their hair looking the way it is. not saying it isn't nice, just not for a KID, IMO.
Jaurdyn22 - Excuses me...'it's Mrs.''s picture

I think black women should

I think black women should wear their hair how ever they feel like wearing it, whether it be natural, relaxed, or weaved. Creative hair styles are a part of our culture as African-American women. I don't feel like any particular hair style should be classified as right or wrong; its up to the person and what makes them feel "good" about the way they look, and in that case that's what makes anyone have "good hair".
LMFAO's picture

At the end of the day this

At the end of the day this will not change anything. There will always be little black girls who come home crying (like Chris said his daughter did) because someone told her she doesn't have 'good hair'. This will never change. And guess what..it's hardly ever a white person who says it.
NC's picture

Nadine: I’m sorry, is the

Nadine: I’m sorry, is the new thing putting down braids in preference of weaves? “Poetic Justice” braids is a bad thing now…(that’s two days in a row I’m hearing this nonsense).Braids are meant to protect your hair, weaves are meant to disguise your hair. Not true. My friend's hair grew about 4 inches from having a sewn in and taking proper care of it. No doubt braids can help your hair grow but it can break it off real bad. Its all about maintenance in my opinion. Wigs are the true disguise if anything but weaves sometimes are used for the same purpose as braids (if its sewn in that is)
Foley's picture

Nadine: I’m practically in

Nadine: I’m practically in tears watching Chris Rocks preview…Not only does a black man have to make a movie on a powerful topic regarding black women, but Chris Rock wants to make a joke out of it as well…going around the world infecting other nations with his brand of hatred.Believe it or not, black women, in other parts of the world, are considered QUITE attractive, Coon Rock.A barbershop full of parasitic black men laughing at the plight of black women…not funny.This is a new low… gotta agree here. although i will see the movie, i know this is one my mom will not want to watch. she would much rather have my texture hair (which is, i guess typical black hair) while she has the wavy curl 'at the sight of water' hair that i'd love to have. but over the years it has gotten thinner and thinner. it is to the point now that it will be very curly, however, w/ it being so thin, u can see her scalp. she hates it. has hated it for a while. she has the hair 'most 'ppl would want, no perms, can wear curly or straight, but now that it is thin, she has to wear weaves or a wig most of the time and she hates it. so not everyone wears a weave for a fashion statement. some have no other choice.
Jaurdyn22 - Excuses me...'it's Mrs.''s picture

Hope Drake gets better

Hope Drake gets better soon.. I for one will be going to see this..its funny and its cool to see a different side of things..I know I never had the weave (sewn or glued) so I can't relate to those who's had it..I've had braids,the drip and even did the natural thing for awhile..at the end of the day if you have self-hate it will show NO MATTER WHAT type of hair is on your head!
Foley's picture

I'm sorry, is the new thing

I'm sorry, is the new thing putting down braids in preference of weaves? "Poetic Justice" braids is a bad thing now...(that's two days in a row I'm hearing this nonsense). Braids are meant to protect your hair, weaves are meant to disguise your hair.
Nadine's picture

I have to agree with some of

I have to agree with some of these comments about NOT LOOKING forward to this movie..... It's a DUMB ass idea! I am an African American women who CHOOSES to relax her hair, NOT because I am trying to be like anyone else than myself. I am so SICK of people making a big deal about HAIR!!!! People are dying in the streets, Kids are hungry, Child support gone unpaid..... Get it. Don't waste ya time worring about how I choose to wear my hair, there's a bigger war out there people!!!!!!! It's only hair!
Trulyyours01's picture

Good hair sounds great! Can't

Good hair sounds great! Can't wait :D
Julezz's picture

Chris movie is gonna create a

Chris movie is gonna create a lot of dialogue. What I don't like though is how Blacks don't own a part of this billion dollar pie! It's just plain sick. In our neighborhoods they own the beauty supply stores and many of them treat us like shyt! We buy. They own. They profit.
iolastar's picture

I'm practically in tears

I'm practically in tears watching Chris Rocks preview... Not only does a black man have to make a movie on a powerful topic regarding black women, but Chris Rock wants to make a joke out of it as well...going around the world infecting other nations with his brand of hatred. Believe it or not, black women, in other parts of the world, are considered QUITE attractive, Coon Rock. A barbershop full of parasitic black men laughing at the plight of black women...not funny. This is a new low...
Nadine's picture

Krazie K: oook…that was a

Krazie K: oook…that was a real ignorant comment, smh, no pride in your own race, what u mean indians made us look good? i know lots of black ppl with no indian ancestry they can recall and they’re very pretty. wake up sista… I think she was referring to the Indian hair. not being mixed with Indian ancestry.
LSU GYRL is DUMBER...'s picture

Tia: I like Chris Rock alot

Tia: I like Chris Rock alot and I love his wife and what she does for the community BUT on the other hand why did Chris feel the need to produce a movie such as this? People are always by down talking black women. Black women need to wake up. And standup against nonsense like this; as if all black women wear weaves and perms. And if the majority do, then so F*&$ what. Our ignorance will continue to be our downfall. Weave, in my opinion, is a choice. Like you choose the accesories you wear to make your outfit pop. You dont have to get it but some women do. Black women arent the only women who wear weaves. I personally dont wear weave and my husband hates it. I dont think this film is saying all black women but come on and look around. the weave to natural hair ratio is pretty high. I guess what I am saying is..weave has become a part of black women's culture. It's a preference and in some extreme cases a necessity. I think he addresses the thoughts and questions people have been wondering for years. Some people really dont know. If you have a weave then rock yo weave proudly. If you have natural hair then rock it proudly...at the end of the day we are all still beautiful black women!
LSU GYRL is DUMBER...'s picture

i do want to see this movie.

i do want to see this movie. i've never heard of it till this weekend when i saw the previews. i have permed hair and it is a lil past my shoulder. NEVER in my life would i think i am 'farrah fawcett' to just want to walk around swinging my hair, nope, never. so that idea is dumb--and it was a man who said it, as if he knows. i do not like when my hair is not permed b/c to ME it is harder to manage and it looks like i have a helmet for hair b/c the wavy roots make it so my hair does not lay down the way i like. i have no hair complex. the only thing i won't do is cut it short cause it will take too long to grow back. i have worn weave to give it that fuller look (at my prom) and that was about it. but chris needs to also put on blast the way his daughters hair looks with them poetic justice braids they have. oh mister NATURAL got his girls in the kinky B6 braid hair and then wanna talk mess.
Jaurdyn22 - Excuses me...'it's Mrs.''s picture

I think I am Chris Rock's

I think I am Chris Rock's biggest fan. I thought "Good Hair" was a good idea when he announced that he was going to do it while at a comedy show here in Houston last year. It looks super hilarious and I'll definitely be in the movies laughing with the rest of you.
Jazmine's picture

NOO_POCKET_CHANG3: TH3Y

NOO_POCKET_CHANG3: TH3Y MAK3 IT S33MS INDIANSS R WORTHL3SS..THEY DA MOTHAFUCK!NN R3ASON HALF OF US LOOK SOO GOOD..SMH oook...that was a real ignorant comment, smh, no pride in your own race, what u mean indians made us look good? i know lots of black ppl with no indian ancestry they can recall and they're very pretty. wake up sista...
Krazie K's picture

BtchPlze: Yo, I rock

BtchPlze: Yo, I rock natural hair and though eye-opening the public is not ready for this You and me both boo boo. I have big curly hair and I love it! I have not had a perm since 2005.
LSU GYRL is DUMBER...'s picture

TH3Y MAK3 IT S33MS INDIANSS R

TH3Y MAK3 IT S33MS INDIANSS R WORTHL3SS..THEY DA MOTHAFUCK!NN R3ASON HALF OF US LOOK SOO GOOD..SMH
NOO_POCKET_CHANG3's picture

Krazie K: I like that lil

Krazie K: I like that lil quote at the end of drake’s message…i hope it was him who said it doubt it
Jaurdyn22 - Excuses me...'it's Mrs.''s picture

I like that lil quote at the

I like that lil quote at the end of drake's message...i hope it was him who said it
Krazie K's picture

I like Chris Rock alot and I

I like Chris Rock alot and I love his wife and what she does for the community BUT on the other hand why did Chris feel the need to produce a movie such as this? People are always making money by down talking black women. Black women need to wake up. And standup against nonsense like this; as if all black women wear weaves and perms. And if the majority do, then so F*&$ what. Our ignorance will continue to be our downfall.
Tia's picture

wow! good hair seems very

wow! good hair seems very funny! i can't wait to see it!
hot_mama's picture

Can't wait to see good hair

Can't wait to see good hair
WindyA's picture

I definitely want to see that

I definitely want to see that Good Hair movie. It looks hilarious. And I hope Drake gets better.
Miks's picture

I'm so happy he is addressing

I'm so happy he is addressing this.
Dean's picture

Can't wait to see Good Hair

Can't wait to see Good Hair
JaQt!'s picture

Yo, I rock natural hair and

Yo, I rock natural hair and though eye-opening the public is not ready for this
BtchPlze's picture

Angels and Demons?? WTF????

Angels and Demons?? WTF???? :shock:
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