Morning Soul: Need A Man Whose Back Is Real Strong

  • Bobby Brown has planted his seed yet again. This latest baby-to-be now makes five dependents that he can't support. [C+D]
  • African singer Manu Dibango is suing Michael Jackson again and Rihanna for the first time for an authorized use of his song "Soul Makossa" in her song "Please Don't Stop the Music." [SP]
  • Jody Watley reflects on her Grammy win from back in the day. [BV
  • Side Eye Alert: Q-Tip has been cast as an Ethiopian drug dealer in an upcoming film. [AHH]
  • Mark Curry has written a tell-all book about Diddy and Bad Boy. No, not Hangin' With Mr. Cooper Mark Curry. [NB]

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5 Responses

  1. I guess this means that Bobby will be doing more reality tv shows. Babies ain't cheap. Jesus wept.

  2. I'm so glad you cleared that up about which Mark Curry you were talking about. LOLOLOL

  3. Wow. I'm suprised that it took Manu Dibango this long to sue Michael for that chat he lifted from "Soul Makossa" in "Wanna Be Startin' Something." On just a factual note, I'm glad that he spoke up, because I got tired of a lot of people citing Michael Jackson and Quincy Jones as the orginators of it.
    I wonder though why Manu didn't sue Michael earlier, when MJ actually had the money.

  4. Any woman who would have relations with Bobby Brown, should be quarantined and or given a 730 exam:-) Lets hope the baby takes after the mother and is not cursed with the Bobby Brown Mauf:-)

  5. Leave it to an American film company to cast someone who is clearly NOT Ethiopian as an Ethiopian. This is as bad as Angelina Jolie in yellowface...sans the facepaint.
    While Americans probably won't understand this (with their strange pan-African/one-drop perspective), those residing in Europe will surely know what I'm talking about. We know what Ethiopians looks like...and they don't look like Q-Tip. Whatev.