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You probably can’t turn on the television or surf the web without hearing about the new drama series on the FOX network Empire.

Well I tuned into one show accidentally and I couldn’t turn the channel. The star of the show Taraji P Henson show known for her roles in “Baby Boy”, “Hustle and Flow” and the recent box office hit “No Good Deed” is playing the role of a lifetime as the ex-wife of a music mogul.

“Cookie” the character she plays is  over the top hip hop mom snap your finger head shaking bold personality have people tuning in every week waiting to see what she does next. FOX created a hit with this show Lee Daniels did his thing when producing this show. I’m official a fan.

If you want to know what the fuss is about tune into to the Empire every Wednesday at 8:00 pm. Leave your comments and let me know what you you about the show.

Thank You FOX for making me love TV again.

If you want to know more about the show check out the website link.

http://www.fox.com/empire

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Part 2 of The Mass Hysteria: Conspiracy Theories:Fact’s or Fiction.

I blame this President Donald Trump and your  racists and his  ill informed constituents.    Americans was duped by a foreign intelligence through social media to help this President get elected devil. The best person to Run America after Obama left office would of been Hillary Clinton.

You see virus are nothing new to us since we have had  since start of time. of industrialize nations.   My hope is that we can move on and get over this with the low causalities. outbreak-coronavirus-world-1024x506px

The hidden Part of Africa: I Live in The Africa they Don’t Show on TV

The differences between living in Africa VS living in America is I feel like I can afford to live  in America. With that being said Africa is a really big continent and I am a girl from America living in West Africa for time to time.

This has been the most joyous time in my life living in Lagos, Nigeria the mecca of Africa. I really just love being in the estates cooking with my bae and taking road trips around Nigeria.  I live just like I would in America the only differences it they don’t have a McDonald’s.

Lagos has a country town charm with a fast pace environment. It so interesting to meet so many people from different parts of the world Lagos is an international hub. The first thing I notice about Africa is if you are not a black person then you stick out like a sore thumb. So from being in America you know a  very diverse place then going to Africa it’s a real culture shock. I like how I look like everyone else so I fit in well with the people.  People also think I am from the Iboo Tribe.

I also notice it was also a lot of Asian’s in Africa and they just be walking around like the regulars. When Bae meaning Tobi my future husband and I went grocery shopping we saw a few Asians shopping. That is about as diverse as at it got next to seeing the interracial couples with were different skin colors.

The fashion is very fantastic people dress in native clothing and some dress liked they step off of a fashion billboard. I am so intrigue by the styles and how the ladies tie their glee, the make-up and how they created glamours dresses with their materials.

Lastly the culture is very different from how I was bought up in America. I love how the Nigerians I am with are very focused on family, love, and respect.

#Conovirus: The Cause of Mass Hysteria “Fact’s & Fiction

When moving forward in life you must remember to constantly keep moving to new grounds. We are 3 months into the New Year and we must not lose hope or faith. The situation looks terrible and may cause you to panic but, do not fall into the trap of panic or overacting.  Remember it also about the energy you chose to focus on. I don’t think this virus is really as bad as the media is trying to make it out to be is my opinion. I notice that this virus is causing mass hysteria and people are buying up everything in the grocery stores, watching news 24/7, and the closing of schools and bussiness.

When you really began to look at the death toll in the United States so far its only   less than a 100 people who have died from this virus. This is a small number in a country of at least 300 million people. That was the latest statics I heard sinced I watch the news.

The most important thing is to use common sense stop watching so much news, and keep yourself healthy.  outbreak-coronavirus-world-1024x506px     Keeping following my blog will I be informed of you on resources that will help you stay Conrovirus Prepared.

The Lady Who Loves Africa

I really enjoy fashion especially Africa fashion.

IMG_3188 I love the whole continent of Africa it is such a fascinating place to me. What I find so irresistibly interesting is the fashion especial the native attire.

The thing about African Fashion is it’s fun my focus is on the West African region.  The fashion style is so unique and creative.

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The Lady Who Loves Africa

IMG_3188 I love the whole continent of Africa it is such a fascinating place to me. What I find so irresistibly interesting is the fashion especial the native attire.

The thing about African Fashion is it’s fun my focus is on the West African region.  The fashion style is so unique and creative.

I love Africa

I had a great time visiting Africa it was the best trip ever. I love being among a group of people I looked liked. The culture is unique the people are so kind.

The Funniest Comedian Ever: Mike Epps

I finally got to see one of favorite actors and comedians Mike Epps. So my friend invited me out to a comedy show to see the hilarious Mike Epps . It was the best 2 hours of my life in a long time. He told good jokes and kept the audience entertained. He is a very down to Earth guy. I like him bc he actually makes me laugh and I couldn’t stop laughing. He was cracking jokes on people in the audience it was super funny. I can’t wait to see the Richard Pryor Movie a biography of his life which Mike is suppose to be playing the lead role of the late Richard Pryor.

Domino’s in Lagos, Nigeria

After seeing all the real live food I felt like I was apart of the food revolution back from the early 2000’s. I love how the Nigerian eat everything is so fresh and health. However you all know that I am a junk food alcoholic. I can’t a day without my good old process food food I craved something fried, greasy, cheese, and crunchy anything the doctors say don’t eat it I wanted it.

When I saw a Domino’s Pizza I was exuberant it was like I won the Billion Dollar Powerball in the lottery. So I looked at the menu it was totally different from what I normally see and the pictures were super small. I was like like 20,00 Nario for this and that umm this sounds like a lot of money. (LOL)

Long story short I ordered a small pizza and it was totally disappointing I don’t know what type of ingredients they used but, even the pizza taste healthy.

So I did my the next best thing I went to an ice cream shop check out the next story on Ice Cream in Nigeria.

Distances Doesn’t Determine Romance

We met Nov. 26, 2018 online through a sales lady who asked me if I was looking for man. Why of course I was looking for man I’ve been single for a half a decade and it was an unpleasant existence for me.  When she told me he lived in Africa I was immediately turn off I was thinking how is he going to take me on a date in Africa.

Being the open minded person I am  my thoughts were well since we can’t be in a relationship because he live in anther continent then we could just be friends. Once I saw his face I thought well maybe we could figure something out. (He looked so attractive to me.) In America it’s a shortage on beautiful chocolate men so I didn’t want to miss out on just would could possibly happen.

Well 8 months later we are officially together and we meet in person. He is everything that I imaged him to be.  Long story short don’t allow distance or culture to stop you because, you could be missing out on something beautiful.

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