Al Pacino is legendary. What’s your favorite Al Pacino movie role?
Lisa Buford appeared in Season 3 of the hit show “L.A. Hair” as herself, a celebrity barber. Prior to her entry into television, Lisa worked on Hollywood sets as a Lead Hair Department supervisor.
She also appeared as a cast member of “BMF Wives,” a reality based show centered around the wives of The Black Mafia Family drug organization. The show’s trailer gained a lot of steam in the internet streets but was never released.
I had the chance to speak with Lisa a few times & enjoyed cheering her on each week as she brought such a real ness to the show. She played no games, just like in real life!
I was excited when I spotted this clip of her debut entrance. She certainly came & left this show with a bang!
Florida rapper Kodak Black is not only requesting a presidential pardon, he is also requesting fans write him to help ease the time of his incarceration.
The Haitian-born Bill Kapri, had his legal team reportedly reach out to Trump in hopes of getting the rapper’s sentence commuted back in September. He is serving time on federal weapons charges.
Kodak vowed to give $1 million to charity in his first year, should he be pardoned. The rapper tweeted, “If The President Them Free Me , I’m Gonna Spend 1 million on Charity within The First Year I’m Out. That’s on Everything,” on Friday.
Kodak also posted his new address for fans to reach out to him and made it clear that only letters with photos will get a write back.
Do you think Donald Trump will give Black a pardon prior to his White House exit in January 2021? Or will Trump be too busy pardoning his gangster pals & more importantly, himself?
Sound off in the comments!
Southern Trap rapper Gucci Mane has done a lot of work on himself both inside & out.
Check out this interview with Charlemagne where Gucci discusses his true feelings regarding the shooting death of Henry Lee Clark III in which he felt he was forced to commit May 10, 2005.
Gucci claimed that Clark, a rapper from Macon, Ga, and 4 other men attacked him & the shooting was self defense.
Charges were dropped in 2006 as prosecutors stated they didn’t have enough evidence to charge the “So Icey” rapper with murder.
While he still makes trap music, Gucci has seemingly has turned his life around and is often a source of inspiration & motivation via his social media accounts, promoting growth & self awareness.