“If you’re a singer, not an actress, you should sing. If you’re a rapper, you should rap,” Nia Long to Pride magazine.

There’s only but so many negro roles to go around in Hollywood, & Nia Long is fighting mad that people like Beyonce “take” roles from would-be working actors. She went on the record w/Pride Magazine to let a bitch know she’s tryna eat, & if you even THINK about auditioning for that soon to be Oscar nominated Tyler Perry role she’s up for it’s fist to jaw!!


Stop the track!! Fellas would you be okay w/this?? I wasn’t watching, so I don’t know if there was a Gabriel reaction shot from the audience, & for all we know maybe they’re into shit like that.  But I don’t know any man that’d be cool w/watching his girlfriend(?)/baby mama get it in on national TV.


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More televised raunch after the jump!!


I mean even people who CAN sing (Jamie Foxx, for example) use AutoTune these days, so there’s no escaping it no matter how much it audibly grates.

But for fun, check out this video for tips on how to sound like T-Pain, Kanye, & Lil’ Wayne for less:


I know hating on Beyonce instantly soaks some of y’alls panties—men & women alike. But the numbers are in, and Obsessed came in #1 last Friday. Which means more folks were checking for Obsessed than they were for Jamie Foxx looking busted in The Soloist or Zac Efron doing the twink thing in 17 Again.  Not a blockbuster by any stretch of the imagination, but #1 is #1. And BITCH. Bey got. it.

Here’s the complete list:

1. Obsessed — $11.1 mil
2. Fighting — $4.5 mil
3. 17 Again — $3.9 mil
4. The Soloist — $3.2 mil
5. Earth — $2.9 mil
6. State of Play — $2.08 mil
7. Monsters vs. Aliens — $2.05 mil
8. Fast and Furious — $1.9 mil
9. Hannah Montana: The Movie — $1.8 mil
10. Crank: High Voltage — $0.8 mil