Hartford Bank Teller Takes Woman Check

Maryland Rivers

Earlier today a woman that goes by the Maryland Rivers posted on Instagram how she went to Hartford bank in Hartford county Maryland.

Here’s my Ms. Rivers have to say in regards to this situation:

PURE DISCRIMINATION ‼️‼️‼️‼️ SINCE WHEN CAN’T A BLACK WOMAN CASH A CHECK. Today I went to cash my check from my job at #harfordbank in Hartford county 501 riviera Dr. when I gave the woman ( A white woman) my check. She started asking me questions and told me that my check looked fraudulent an that she wasn’t giving me my check back. NOT ONLY DID SHE TAKE MY CHECK AND ID. She even called the police on me. When the police arrived and verified that it was my check from work and I showed the paystubs to the check. They told her to give me my check back. She told them she could not because she locked in a vault until tomorrow. I’m suing they ass PLEASE SHARE THIS CAUSE I AM SICK OF THEM TREATING US THIS WAY!!!!


What made me question what’s really going on is that bank teller also call the police but when the police arrived the bank teller tells them that she can not give the lady her check nor her ID back because she lock it up in the vault which will open back up the next morning.


Rapper Dababy Defends Himself After Woman Hit Him With Her Phone

Tonight Dababy was performing at a concert.  He was walking through a crowd of fans where you can see he walk into the woman phone or she just happen to hit him with her phone.

As you can see in the video below Rapper Dababy punch the woman in the face.

Here is close up of the video where you can see the woman holding the phone and of course the Dababy punch the woman.



Here is a fan _champagneparis mentioning that the woman hit the rapper with her phone first.


The Dababy went on Instagram Live offering 10 grand to anyone that have a direct and clear view video of the incident with this unknown woman.   I guess we going to assumed that he need this video just in case the woman want to sued him.


MeganTheStallion Explain Why She Drop Any New Music nor Projects on Instagram Live


Artist MeganTheStallion explained to her fans how she is an independent artist, but yet one of her two labels is trying to stop her from dropping new music!

MeganTheStallion go live on Instagram to explain that she is a independent artist where she do her own thing but with 2 Independent labels.  Well one of those labels 1501 has not let Megan drop new music nor new projects.

She also had to correct a couple of her fans that she is not sign to Roc-a-Fella records as a artist.  Roc-a-Fella is her management team.

Check out the video and leave a comment.

Poetry: My Boyfriend Ain’t Got A Girlfriend

Credit goes to https://www.instagram.com/kylajlacey/

I came across Kyla Lacey Poetry work while searching for something on Instagram.  This poetry really hit home for me because there are so many women out here that are in situations like this one where you have a piece of man that don’t want to place a label on the relationship.

Check out the video then click the link above to watch some videos of her work.  Leave a comment and let me know what you all think.


Woman Buys Her Boyfriend a Rental Property For His Birthday. He Reject it.


Its not everyday that you hear about a woman who is also a girlfriend buys her boyfriend rental property.  You would think that the atleast the boyfriend would be happy with his present right?  NOPE.


In the video you can hear him say she could had brought him a Rolex and a chain.  While his friends in the back was cheering for him say that is some boss shit.  Then he had the nerves to tell her to open up his gifts for him while he sitting there filming too.


Once she open the gift to reveal that she brought rental property on the east side of wherever they live at you can clearly hear him say he not cleaning it.

Leave a comment and let me know what you think.


Sad News: B. Smith Model Turned Restaurateur, Cook Book Author and Lifestyle Guru, Dies at 70 O

This is a sad day.  Please check out the message Dan Gasby has posted on his Facebook page:  Click to read here

It is with great sadness that my daughter Dana and I announce the passing of my wife, Barbara Elaine Smith.

B. died peacefully Saturday, February 22, 2020, at 10:50 pm, of Early-Onset Alzheimer’s Disease in our home in Long Island, New York. She was 70.

Thank you to Dr. Sam Gandy, East End Hospice, and additional caregivers who helped us make B. comfortable in her final days. Thank you to all the friends and fans who supported B. and our family during her journey. Thank you to everyone for respecting our privacy during this agonizing time.

Heaven is shining even brighter now that it is graced with B.’s dazzling and unforgettable smile.

-Dan Gasby

Barbara Elaine Smith
August 24, 1949 – February 22, 2020

Barbara “B.” Smith has been heralded by The New York Times as “a Renaissance woman,” by television anchor Chuck Scarborough as a “domestic goddess,” by The New York Daily News as “one of the most important African-American style mavens of all time,” and honored with a 2012 Silver Spoon Award for sterling performance by Food Arts.

A broadcast talent, entrepreneurial spokesperson, and multiple award-winning recipient across a wide range of fields, Smith also earned kudos when she returned to the stage in her Off-Broadway debut in Love, Loss, and What I Wore, the award-winning play by Nora and Delia Ephron.

In 2012, Smith was inducted into the American Chef Corps, part of the U.S. Department of State’s newly-formed Diplomatic Culinary Partnership with the James Beard Foundation. She ran three B. Smith restaurants: on Theatre Row in Manhattan; in Sag Harbor, New York; and in Washington DC. But then her life changed.

In 2013, at the age of 64, Smith was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s Disease. Since then, she and her husband Dan Gasby have worked tirelessly to raise awareness of the disease and its effects on the African-American community in particular. Their book, written with Michael Shnayerson, Before I Forget (Harmony, 2016), is the story of her fight with Alzheimer’s and interweaves their narrative with practical and helpful advice. Readers learn about dealing with the day-to-day challenges of brain disease: the family realities, tensions, and ways of coping. They also learn about research that may lead to treatment in the next few years.

Groundbreaking Fashion Model
A native of Pennsylvania, Barbara Elaine Smith was born August 24, 1949. She began her career as a fashion model, gracing the covers of 15 magazines and becoming one of the first African-American women on Mademoiselle’s cover in July 1976. In addition to TV commercials for Mercedes-Benz, she has served as a spokesperson for Verizon, Colgate Palmolive Oxy and McCormick’s Lawry seasonings products.

For nearly a decade, Smith hosted the nationally syndicated/cable television show B. Smith with Style that aired on NBC stations in more than 90% of U.S. households and in 40 countries. Her effervescent personality and creative ideas impacted national audiences via her appearances on programs such as Good Morning America and The Today Show. She and Gasby produced four specials for TV One, the lifestyle cable network for African-Americans.

Transcultural Lifestyle Pioneer
Smith was at the forefront of a transcultural movement. Her flair for décor, demonstrated in the ambiance of her restaurants, led to the development of her first home collection, which debuted at Bed Bath & Beyond in 2001. The B. Smith with Style Home Collection is the first line from an African-American woman to be sold at a nationwide retailer and includes bedding, tabletop and bath products.

From duvets to doormats, Smith’s décor line continues to grow with a variety of pieces for entertaining and home and incorporates her signature design elements. Today, in addition to Bed Bath & Beyond, the B. Smith brand retail partners include Belk, Burlington, Home Depot, JCPenney, Kohl’s, Macy’s, and Stein Mart.

Distinguished Author
Smith authored three home entertaining books: B. Smith’s Entertaining and Cooking for Friends (Artisan Press), the first tabletop entertainment and lifestyle book by an African American; B. Smith: Rituals and Celebration (Random House), a James Beard Foundation Award nominee, one of Food & Wine’s best cookbooks of 1999 and an American Library Association Black Caucus Literary Award winner; and B. Smith Cooks Southern-Style (Simon and Schuster), with 200 recipes and flavorful tips for reducing calories.

Smith’s signature tagline “Whatever you do, do it with style!” has been on display at Smithsonian The National Museum of African American History and Culture.

Rihanna Lingerie Company Allegedly Being Sued for Deceptive Advertising


Music rockstar Rihanna Lingerie company is Fenty Savage company is under fire for allegedly engaging in deceptive marketing.


A non-profit company named Truth in Advertising, a watchdog group, has filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission and Santa Cruz district attorney in California.


They are claiming that an online company promotes only available discounts after you paid $50 a month for a VIP subscription.

“It deceptively promotes discounts and product prices that are only available to consumers who are bound to the company’s membership program without clearly and conspicuously disclosing this fact in its marketing materials,” the complaint alleges.


Student Bid $1,000 At A Date Action Event To Take A Woman Out On A Date



Credit goes to SpirtualWorld   

Texas Southern University African Student Association hosted a Zodiac Love Story where there was a bid for the hottest Zodiac sign. Altogether, there were 15 contestants in this dating auctions.  

It came to my notice of this contestant, where a student bid $1,000 to go out with this young lady that goes by the name Renee pee. You can check out her Instagram here: 


Congratulations to all the contestants

Missy Elliott Clap Back at Twitter Trolls

Missy Elliott

Missy Elliott took time out today to  claps back at Twitter troll claiming she had no bars.

For those that are Missy Elliott fans or even love her music knows that Missy Elliott have bars and very creative.

These twitter kids be saying things just to viral.

Missy Elliott

Of course Missy deleted her bars.  So this will be consider a tweet and delete.


Missy Elliott

Leave a comment and let me know what you all think.

Meet 14 Year Old Jalaiah Harmon Who Made K Camp’s “ Lottery” Blow Up

You probably wondering who is the world is Jalaiah Harmon right?  Well Jalaiah Harmon was the originator of the viral Renegade dance that sweep the most popular social media platform Tik Tik.

On September 25, 2019, Jalaiah created the choreography for Renegade.  She posted the choreographed dance moves with her friend Kaliyah Davis using the chorus of the Atlanta rapper K-Camp’s single “Lottery” to the Funimate app.


She then posted the video to her Instagram,  where she had over 20,000 plus followers at the time. On Instagram, her post received almost 13,000 views. This is when her video started spreading like wildfire. When  Charli D’Amelio posted her version of the dance, Renegade became popularized.


Jalaiah mention she never got credited for her dance.  Jalaiah she was proud to see people do her dance but it made her sad that she was never credit for it.


On Friday the rapper made sure to give credit where its is dude and recognized the 14-year old choreographer/dance who made his track into a worldwide sensation.



According to the New York Times report the young dance was the originator of this popular dance that had celebrities like Lizzo to the Stranger Things kids making a 15 second recorded video.  What people don’t know is that Jalaiah take professional classes in ballet, jazz, hip-hop, lyrical, tumbling and tap at a dance studio in Atlanta. 

So make sure you check out Jalaiah Harmon in the future for her dance routines and her instagram.



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