Petition to Comb Blue Ivy’s Hair

The people of this world are absolutely out of their minds if they’re spending their spare time worrying about the condition of someone they don’t know hair. I’m sure Beyoncé and Jay-z can attest to this.

Accusations from Jasmine Toliver, inquirer and person in charge of creating, in my opinion, a quite disrespectful notion to parenting, have hit an all time high in becoming viral across the World Wide Web. The petition’s purpose is to somehow grasp the attention of people in support of Toliver’s idea to provide care for Blue Ivy’s “nappy” hair because we all just can’t take that Beyoncé is not putting a comb towards her child’s head.


View the petition here!

Now, why would someone like Ms. Toliver place judgment on someone elses parenting skills? Ha-ha! Although, we all have done it. We spend so much of time worrying about what these celebrities are doing and forget that we as regular people sometimes do the same thing. I don’t know how many nappy heads I’ve seen this year but it’s been quite a few. But I believe taking to creating a petition about someone elses child is just too much. It actually makes me think of Ms. Toliver need for attention. I think she did it as a joke to grab some laughs because that’s exactly what I did.

I know Blue Ivy’s hair looks like it needs to be sprits with some water and thoroughly oiled but it’s still Jay-z and Beyonce’s decision to have their child look like that. I’m not going to say they’re bad parents. They might like that look on her. Or what if Blue Ivy’s just too unbearable when it comes to attempting to style her head, we can’t jump to the attacking the parents.

All I’m saying is though we might not raise our kids the same way as another person, lets still respect their business. We don’t know what happens in their home.

YTube Vid of the Week: Chris Koo- Crazy In Love Dance Cover

Do you like to dance? I bet not as much as Chris Koo. Chris memorized and choreographed Beyoncé’s “Crazy In Love” song to it’s entire degree. He was on point with each step and precise with every move. Not many people have the patients or time to do memorize this dance. We’ve already experienced millions of folks choreograph dances to “Single Ladies.” I commend Chris for his efforts in become a viral sensation with the help of Beyoncé.

Do you think you can do this? Have you ever tried mimicking Beyoncé? Comment below.

Did you see the last YTube Vid of the Week? Watch Morning Hacks To Start Your Day on Doc’s Castle Media.

Ytube Vid of the Week: Destiny’s Child Goes to Therapy

Ever wondered how the conversations between all of the members of Destiny’s Child goes down when they’re all in the same room? I do, especially after their performance at 2013 Super Bowl halftime show between the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers. Bruno Mars awesome performance at this years Super Bowl gave me flashbacks of Beyoncé show last year, and I thought of how she brought Destiny’s Child as her special guest. But I completely forgot Michelle came to the show because it seemed like she appeared on camera only twice for the entire halftime show. Ha-ha!

While reminiscing on the past, I came across this YouTube video, which is a comedy skit of the girls as Barbies. It’s hilarious because everything that’s mentioned at this fictional therapy meeting is exactly how I would picture the group handling their affairs, which is not very effective at all. I’ve always wished Destiny’s Child would get back together. But if their conversing turns into yelling and screaming like in this week’s Ytube Vid of the Week, its apparent that the reuniting of this girl group is never going to happen. They’re history! I hope you’ll enjoy “Destiny’s Child Goes to Therapy.”

Why Can’t I Look Like Beyoncé?

Hello all,

The other day, I came across some magazines, television shows, and thought about how much the western world pressures us to look like a certain image. The best example and hottest image right now is Beyoncé.  The perfect coke bottle shape, her beautiful long hair, the flawless makeup she always has on, she’s generally just a hot woman.  Now, many people say “I woke up like this,” and I applaud her for helping people feel good about themselves, but I know many people are still asking this question, “How can I look like her?” Let me just sum it up nicely, you can’t!  Beyoncé even has a song explaining how society has this “image,” and sometimes she can’t even make the cut. The image we all look up to is fake and very structured. Even the pictures of models and television characters are Photoshop.  This “image” is also unmanageable, unrealistically fake, and can cause you to hurt yourself by doing such things as, causing you to develop weight problems, messing up your life socially, creating physical and emotional scars, making you live in stress, and maybe even die. But of course, many people ignore those side effects and will still try to live in “perfection.”


Plastic surgery and many dangerous acts to conform one’s body are starting to look more and more appealing to young adults and teenagers. This is not good. We all have heard of the stories about what happens to other people, but we really aren’t listening.  Maybe, because we don’t believe it can happen to us, or maybe it’s because many of us are set on doing something, and we won’t take no for an answer. But, what I want to do is tell you is that YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL. No surgery on this earth is going to make you feel better (I’m talking about cosmetic surgeries). Everyday there’s a new trend, and everyday something on you, or about you, is not going to be the hot thing. You must realize that! When Beyoncé came out, boobs were in, but not curves. Now, curves are in. The world’s opinion is constantly changing.

Trust me, I’ve even thought about the butt lift and getting rid of the little fat that I do have. So many others that could make me look better, but I decide not to care. You have to think about who you are. Is this really going to change you? You have to love yourself first and realize that you are you.  You are a unique individual and no one can be but you.  The makeup, hair, nails, and body doesn’t make the person. Living in a materialistic world can seem like it’s the main reason for living, being beautiful, and successful. But it’s not.  Whoever is reading this, I want you to know that someone loves you. Someone believes that you are the most beautiful person in the world!

Peace and Love,


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