Day: November 19, 2008

UK TV: FORMER MIS-TEEQ STAR SU-ELISE NASH SET TO ENTER ‘I’M A CELEBRITY GET ME OUT OF HERE!’ JUNGLE

Former Mis-teeq group member Su-Elise Nash is getting ready to join the other “celebrities” in the ‘I’m A Celeb’ “jungle”. The 27 year old “singer” currently owns The Su-Elise Stage School in Kent and according to The London Paper, hopes the show will transform her fortunes. Good luck Su-Elise! I wonder if she is still dating that A-HOLE of a property agent/wanna be music executive that I went to work for back in 2001. The twat pissed me off so much! I lasted a day.  Anyway that []

UK NEWS: MURDERED ANNAKA PINTO ‘WAS VICTIM OF DANCE TROUPE FUED’

Victim: Annaka Pinto A teenage girl was shot in the head after a falling-out between members of a female dance group known as the X Squad, the Old Bailey was told yesterday. Annaka Pinto, 17, who had just completed her GCSE exams, was shot on the dancefloor of a nightclub in North London. She died hours later in hospital. The man accused of killing her, Triston Walker, 22, was allegedly seen posturing with a gun in his waistband minutes before the shooting. []

UK ARTIST: TAIO CRUZ – WHAT IS YOUR BEEF WITH THE BLACK WOMAN?

UK singing sensation Taio Cruz is a very talented vocalist, song writer and musician. He is definitely doing his thing here in the UK and overseas. I respect the man’s hustle. However I would like to ask Taio one question. What have you got against black women? Taio has released a succession of music videos over the past three years and has NEVER cast a black actress/model to play his love interest. Not even the light skin sistah’s with light eyes and hair down to the centre of their backs get a look in. Is this []

UK NEWS: METROPOLITIAN POLICE BLASTED FOR ALLOWING REGGAE STAR BOUNTY KILLER TO PERFORM IN LONDON

GAY rights activists have accused the Metropolitian police of supporting homophobia by allowing Jamaican reggae star Bounty Killer to perform in London. Bounty Killer, real name Rodney Pryce, has been allowed by the Met Police to play at the Stratford Rex on Saturday, even though some of his songs call for gay people to be murdered. Gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell said the police were guilty of “double standards” by allowing the gig to go ahead. He said: “The Metropolitan Police are hypocrites. They allow homophobic []