Monday, April 19, 2010

Who said that Too Short wasn’t a family man?


Last week I learned a few things. I learned America is so broke (no surprise) that flying into space will have to be outsourced. I learned Oprah was allegedly involved with a white man (no surprise – but if you have a joke please insert here ________________). I also learned that there is nothing like the bond between a mother and daughter.

9 comments:

The Smoking Ace said...

Who said that pimpin' can get old? Short Dogg should be at the Playaz Ball for this one.

Val said...

These woman are low-class individuals and low-class types have always behaved like this.

The difference now is that with so much media these types of people can get a few fleeting bits of fame by displaying their lack of class.

Max Reddick said...

Frat, I saw this last night. This is absolutely rock bottom behavior. I would me mortified if this were my mother. In fact, the mother is more shameless than her daughter. Be gotta do better!

msladydeborah said...

I want to say what is on my mind but the words are too XXX to place on your site.

Age respects itself. And there's a time when you can drop it and after this I am SURE that there's a time to STOP IT!

Citizen Ojo said...

The Smoking Ace - I didn't even know that Short was still performing.

Val - I guess Bill Cosby was right when he said our business was out in the street. That damn internet...the gift and the curse.

Max Reddick - I don't know if some of us know how to do better.

msladydeborah - Go ahead and tell it sista...ha ha ha

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Nik said...

I couldn't even finish watching that mess! I'm gonna start claiming some other race as my own until we get it together. Damn!

Citizen Ojo said...

Nik - Yep, that's why Clarence Thomas acts the way he does...ha ha
Don't give up on us yet sista...ha ha

NCCU Alumni said...

I grew up listening to Too Short, but I see his state of mind has not changed. At what age do you let go of the ignorance?