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ABY News: Eve & Maximillion Cooper Wedding Photos, Ciara Reveals First Picture of Baby Future, Net A Porter Sale Starts Today & More!

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Eve just found her Adam! The  beautiful rapper just got hitched to long time boyfriend Maximillion Cooper who is a British millionaire. Their ceremony took place in Ibiza, Spain. What a gorgeous couple. I love Eve and wish her happiness 🙂

 

Have you been saving up for the grand Net A Porter UK Sale like I have? Well the wiat is finally over! The sale is here. You can now nab some of your favourite designer favourites at up to 50% OFF original prices. A slew of what awaits you includes Gucci swimsuits, Jimmy Choo pumps, Alexander McQueen Dresses, Michael Kors bags, Maiyet totes and loads more. Click to SHOP.

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Gallery: The 2013 BET AWARDS

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Pictures from the 2013 Bet Awards red carpet.

Whites & Neutrals
LeToya Luckett

Ashanti
Brandy

Michelle Williams
Lauren London

Estelle

BET CEO Debra Lee and Ava Coleman

Janelle Monae

Chris Brown and Sevyn Streeter
Angela Simmons

Sanaa Lathan

Mya

Tamar Braxton

Toccara Jones

Paula Patton
MC Lyte

Melanie Fiona

India.Arie

Kendrick Lamar
Blacks
Ciara

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Discussion:Should Coloured Women Wear Blonde Hair?

What I love about browsing through blogs and other social media platforms are the comment sections. I love feedback. They are like another post on their own. Let’s be frank, sometimes the comments are even more fun to read than the real article! I can’t resist scrolling down to read the viewers’ opinions after watching a video on YouTube or reading an article on Yahoo. Always a delight (excluding all the useless trolls and spammers of course).

Lately however, I can’t help but notice the shade negative feedback from bloggers readers and just the general public towards black women who have been adventurous enough to play with different hair colours (ie blonde).

Here are a few excerpts from the web in which readers comment on Beyonce’s cascade of blonde locks.

‘Every woman of colour has an important social and cultural history that cannot …

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