So it seems like all of a sudden every guy has aspirations of being a rapper. Ladies, I'm pretty sure you've dated or met plenty of guys that have dreams of becoming a big time rapper. Fellas, I know your reading this like "I am a rapper, what's the problem"? The issue is, there's totally a difference between being an aspiring rapper and an actual rapper. A rapper is someone who gets paid to perform at shows, has a great fan based and is very "googleable" (my made up word). Now, a aspiring rapper is usually someone that works a job to pay for studio time, has no following and has dreams of becoming a rapper. Personally, I would NEVER date none of the above. I know what your thinking, how could someone involved in so many aspects of entertainment make that statement. Let me explain. Firstly, the whole process of "aspiring rapper" is extremely annoying. Most likely he'll never have money because he spends it all on studio time. Also, he won't have time because he spends it all in the studio. I demand a lot of attention, I just don't have the time or patience for an aspiring rapper. Not to mention the fact that I'm a virgo, which makes me a realist. Therefore, I probably won't be very supportive of his "rapper dreams". Now, moving on to actual rappers. They get to much attention for me. Hovering fans, groupie girls.. I'll pass! Sometimes I can get really crazy and jealous. Thus, I'd rather just eliminate myself from situations like that altogether. Fortunately, I'm not the only girl in the world. I decided to ask my social media followers and friends how they felt about dating aspiring rappers and rappers altogether. To my surprise a lot of girls said they love aspiring rappers. They admire the grind and hustle they put into their music. Some girls even took it as far to say they would rather date a rapper before he becomes known. They argued that known rappers usually allow fame to control them. Most women agreed with me that the fans and groupies would become unbearable. Would you date a aspiring rapper or rapper? Do you think the responses would have been different if I asked the guys would they date a female rapper?
If your like me or many other girls you probably don't watch basketball or play video games. You most likely dread when basketball season comes around and you hate when your boyfriend's homeboy calls him like "lets play black ops online". So what do you do when all his attention is focused on the game and not you. Most men will argue and say we don't say anything when you girls rant and rave about love & hip hop. Honestly, men enjoy reality shows just as much as we do. Therefore the two can not be compared. Men may also argue and say women should try and get into the basketball game or learn how to play video games. I'm sorry but I've tried both and they are extremely BORING! So what is a girl to do? The bold girls would most likely suggest giving your man oral sex while he's playing or watching the game. I'm not really sure if this is a good tactic because some men actually love basketball and black ops more than sex. After thinking about it and talking to a few people I came to the conclusion that we should just eliminate ourselves from the situation. When it's a game night instead of being up under your boyfriend have a girls night out. When you guys are cuddling and his friend calls to play call of duty take that time to text your bff and catch up on the latest gossip. Those are just some suggestions. What do you think?
Biggie's daughter T'yanna Wallace has released a new clothing line named after her father. The teenager's collection is called "Notoriouss". It features t-shirts and other fashion items. Surprisingly, the shirts start at only $25. Some of the shirts consist of items such as guns which has caused some what of a uproar because her father was killed by the gun in 1997. Do you think T'yanna made a mistake by designing some of her shirts with guns?