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July 23, 2008


Filed under: Jennifer Hudson,Rumor — Tags: — krys @ 2:42 pm


Ok so I am pretty sure you have heard about Jennifer and her so-called relationship with Punk (David Otunga) from I Love New York 2. At first I wasn’t going to write about this because I felt that this subject is just one big publicity stunt but since so many people have seem them together maybe it’s true. Could Jennifer likes those type of men?

Both of them are from Chicago so maybe they are just really good friends……………….I hope…………….. I mean look at him.

He’s a little too pretty for me!


I think you see my point!

Thicksational SIngles


Filed under: Thicksational Inspiration — Tags: — krys @ 10:41 am

So I was watching America’s Got Talent last night and while I thought I was going to watch to show to laugh at the people with no talent, I ended up being inspired and started to damn near cry because of this thickette. Queen Emily David is 40 years old with three kids who always put her children first. She has had her struggles in life but being singer has been her dream for 20 years and she never gave up on her passion. She never had the opportunity to show the world her skills until last night. She blew the judges away with her powerful rendition of “Chain of Fools”! Everybody was crying at the end of her performance. I have a feeling we are looking at the next winner of America’s Got Talent!

Thicksational SIngles

Sherri Shepherd Had More Abortions Than She Could Count!

Filed under: Articles,Sherri Shepherd — krys @ 8:12 am

Sherri reveals in the new issue of Precious Times (Christian Magazine) about her past struggles before she became a devoted Christian.

My sister was heavy into drugs, and we would have to go and get her from crack houses,” Shepherd, 41, says.

At the time, the stand-up comic — then a Jehovah’s Witness – was “in a very physically abusive relationship,” she said. “I was sleeping with a lot of guys and had more abortions than I would like to count.”

She said her self-esteem became so low, “I felt if someone killed me, it wouldn’t even make a difference.”

But after converting to Christianity, she said, “God showed me that it would make a difference.”

(Shepherd has also said she relied on her faith to get through her split with husband Jeff Tarpley, father of their 3-year-old son. During their seven-year marriage, Tarpley cheated on her and got another woman pregnant.)

Still, Shepherd admitted it is tough talking religion on the popular ABC chat-fest. (She received criticism after she once remarked that ancient Greeks persecuted Christians, even though Christ hadn’t been born yet.)

“Oh, sometimes I say, ‘Lord, Juanita Bynum or Joyce Meyer would be so good at this table. They could lay hands on Barbara Walters and get her saved,'” she said.

“I ask the Lord, ‘Why am I here?'” Shepherd added. “I have to trust God when He says, ‘Because I said so.'” {Source}

I’m happy that Sherri decided to speak about her past. In a world that expects celebrities to be perfect, it’s good to see that she has chosen to tell the world where she use to be and how it is possible to get to where she is at today if you have faith.

Thicksational SIngles

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