“No matter where life takes us or how close or far we live from each other, no matter how many break ups to make ups we have…you’ll always be close because you have a very special place in my heart,” the reality star captioned in a picture of the two looking buddy-buddy.
She ended it with: “Thank you for all the laughs, all the strength and all those moments of silence when there were no words to be said just hugs. Happy Birthday.”
Well, apparently Kimbella wasn’t having it and called her out for not actually contacting her personally on her special day.
“Yandy how long has it been since we’ve spoken?!” she asked.
“You didn’t call or text me for my birthday, but put this post up because it makes you ‘look good’ that’s f***ed up knowing how loyal of a friend I was to you for years! You could have kept this post to ya self or at least text it to me if you really meant it… but again like I said it’s a ‘Good Look’ for you.”
Granted on a surface level this appears to be petty, but perhaps there is more to this story than just a birthday text.
When a fan wrote “[it’s] not that deep work it out,” Kimbella was clear: “How you know it’s not that ‘Deep’? Tf y’all be swearing y’all know EVERYTHING.”
Continue reading The Top 20 TV Shows Black Women Watch (And Love)
The Top 20 TV Shows Black Women Watch (And Love)
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2016 was definitely a great year when it comes to Black women's visibility in television!
From scripted dramas such as Empire and Queen Sugar to hilarious comedies such as Insecure and black-ish to reality shows such as RHOA, on any given night, African-American women can turn on the TV and see a range of portrayals of ourselves. But what are the shows that we just can't miss each week?
According to a Nielsen's “African-American Women: Our Science, Her Magic” report, these were our top 20 programs from 2016: