Showing posts with label Entertainment Trends. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Entertainment Trends. Show all posts

Gucci Mane CLONED!!! #Gucciclone

Since his release from prison, every where you go, you can hear that Gucci Mane is a clone...

Have you ever noticed, when an artist wants to promote an agenda (usually an album), controversy is the key in promotions??

The backstory:
In 2014, Gucci Mane aka Radric Davis, was sentenced to serve 3 years and three months after pleading guilty to a federal firearms charge.

May 26, 2016:
Girlfriend sends the message to the public...

Gucci Mane returns early..

and boy has he changed... or is this all part of the act...  hmmm....

so what he has dropped some much needed pounds.. That doesn't mean he's a clone.
Reminder: He has been out of the public eye for years, so it's not like he just woke up one day skinny.

And so what he came out thinking he the next Bryant Gumble.. Let that man play his role and entertain YOU!!

This post was not to add to the theories, debunk theories, nor make accusations. Obviously being fascinated over someone being a clone, someone you may never in your life meet, is doing nothing for any cause!! I know most just want the likes and exposure from the topic...
just be aware...
IF these celebs are clones, which I could care less.. some are only feeding into their agenda. IJS

#guccimane #gucciclone #government #cloning #coverup 

Orlando Shooting

  50 killed in shooting at the Pulse Night Club in Orlando, Florida
Omar Mir Seddique Mateen

Everywhere you look, you see this horrific incident as the "orlando gay shooting". Quickly statements are being made to introduce to the media the produced "hate crime", yet not one report I have read has been able to pin point that should this be a hate crime... why?

According to Mateen's father in response to the shooting, he stated to the press that his son had seen two homosexual men kissing months ago, and that upset him...

Note: The father never mentioned any other incidents of homophobia. The father never mentioned even after such a broad statement, that HE felt this was a hate crime motivated.

What if.. just what if this was no random occurance. What if this tragedy was provoked for political merits for a specific agenda...

 In President's Obama's speech following the shooting, there is no mention of ISIS or any valuable information . One would think BEFORE releasing official statements from the White House, more FACTS would be available... He does make sure to stress that this is an act of terrorism

Fun fact: Obama's views of Homosexual Rights:

At the beginning of his administration, Obama made it clear that he does not support gay marriages.. Over the course of the years; however, you can not help but notice the contradictions. Obama's Gay Marriage Evolution

More "information" was released...
In the midst of total confusion, the media releases even more odd statements. They are now making connections to this tragedy and ISIS...
...though they still can not make any connections.

The FBI made sure to also release statements stating that Mateen has been under investigation since 2012; however, they have no evidence to validate that he is actually affiliated with ISIS. Even the so-called publication that is allegedly from ISIS connecting Mateen to them is suspect, (certain translated words are inconsistent with the language), but you won't hear that over all the media coverage.
There may never be answers uncovered to why this man decided to cause such pain to innocent people; however, we can open our eyes and see where this tragedy will lead.

to be continued...

Summer Fest 16

Prima Donna Productions LLC Presents....
Prima Donna Productions LLC is hosting a free event for the general public with the goals of promoting unity in local communities. We want to provide children, who don't have the opportunities to vacation during the summer, a source of positive and uplifting entertainment. 
We want to provide the activities, t-shirts, food, and more all free of charge and with your support, we can make this happen.

The Vision...

Countless children won't have the thrill of a family vacation this summer. We would like to bring the vacation to them, while creating a lasting memory promoting community involvement.

FREE Face Painting!!!!

FREE Carnival Games!!!!
Winner WINS A PRIZE!! 
"I remember going to carnivals and such.. seeing all the prizes and games.. I didn't understand why I couldn't play or why the games cost money.. I just wanted to play.... and win...."
The sky is the limit!!

Interested in sponsoring this non-profit family event??

Currently seeking guest speakers...

Be proactive!! Help keep non-profit positive events available and FREE for the public. Contribute today: CLICK HERE. Any amount helps.

#primadonnaproductions #community #google #nonprofit #events #support #local #entertainment #news #trending #fun #guestspeaker #positive #uplift #summerfest16 #motivate @modeshanissa

Beyonce & Women Activists

According to serveral media sources, Beyonce is now being called the new "Political Qoddess".. With recent political statements implied lately, it would be fair to assume, Beyonce is surely sending a message. 

Superbowl Performance 2016

Concerts :


Whatever the motives of Beyonce's new found empowerment, it is always uplifting to see these statements expressed; however, many others fighing for equality are often overlooked that aren't in the entertainment industry.

Women who have impacted history...

Ella Baker began her involvement with the NAACP in 1940. She worked as a field secretary and then served as director of branches from 1943 until 1946.

In 1957, Baker moved to Atlanta to help organize Martin Luther King's new organization, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC). She also ran a voter registration campaign called the Crusade for Citizenship.

Not only was Josephine Baker a beloved entertainer who rose to fame on the stages of Paris because racism held her back in the U.S., but she visited the states in the '50s and '60s to help fight segregation. She even adopted children of different ethnicities and religions to create a multicultural family she called "The Rainbow Tribe."

Mary McLeod Bethune was a racial justice activist who sought to improve educational opportunities for African-Americans. She is best known for starting a school for African-American students in Daytona Beach, Florida, that eventually became Bethune-Cookman University. She also served as both president of the National Association of Colored Women and founder of the National Council of Negro Women.

Beverly Bond

It was only five years ago that the model-turned-DJ created the nonprofit organization Black Girls Rock! Her goal was to build the self-esteem of young women of color by offering mentorship and enrichment through arts programs. Last fall the organization teamed up with Black Entertainment Television to create a Black Girls Rock! show that drew 2.5 million viewers and honored trailblazers such as Ruby Dee, Missy Elliot and Iyanla Vanzant.

Elaine Brown

In April 1968, after the assassination of Martin Luther King Junior, Elaine Brown attended her first meeting of the Los Angeles chapter of the Black Panther Party. Brown assumed power from Huey Newton, founder and minister of defense, in 1974, when Newton fled the country, appointing Brown as his successor. Brown maintained control until 1977, when Newton returned from his self-imposed exile in Cuba to face the murder charges of which he was later acquitted.

Shirley Chisholm

Shirley Chisholm was the first black woman to be elected to Congress, winning in New York in 1968 and retiring from office in 1983. She campaigned for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1972, but is best known for her work on several Congressional committees throughout her career. A feisty politician, Chisholm has also been recognized in popular culture and in the political and academic worlds for her symbolic importance and career achievements.

Septima Clark

A pioneer in grassroots citizenship education, Septima Clark was called the ‘‘Mother of the Movement’’ and the epitome of a ‘‘community teacher, intuitive fighter for human rights and leader of her unlettered and disillusioned people." For more than 30 years, she taught throughout South Carolina. She participated in a class action lawsuit filed by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) that led to pay equity for black and white teachers in South Carolina.

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