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Rant: Model Arrested For Booty Injection-Related Homicide

by Erika Nicole Kendall

I literally cursed – loudly – when I saw this fly across my screen.

Aye. Get your people:

Video vixen/booty model Pebbelz (who apparently appeared in videos for Cam’Ron and other rappers) has been arrested.  And it’s all thanks to a Mississippi woman dying after having concrete injected into her ass.   We never heard of her before this foolishness either, but it’s worth the read.  Check it under the cut… {NSFW}

Video chick and Uncut DVDs performer Pebbelz went from this:


…to this:


And for years she didn’t own up to having ass injections.  But now, the concrete has hit the fan as 39-year-old Pebbelz was arrested, along with another woman, for being a fugitive from justice in relation to the homicide.

ABC News 24 in Memphis, where Pebbelz (real name Natasha Stewart) is from, reports that the two ladies were avoiding questioning from the police after a Mississippi woman died from having concrete injected into her ass.

Natasha Stewart, 39, was wanted for questioning by the Hinds County Sheriff’s Department for the death of a woman in Jackson, Mississippi who was injected with concrete in her buttocks. Stewart was arrested on Thursday, January 3, and charged with Fugitive from Justice Warrant for Homicide.

SCSO Fugitive Apprehension officers also arrested 21-year-old Shannetria Newberry on Jan. 3. Newberry, on the run since August 2012, was wanted for Aggravated Assault, Failure to Appear on a Felony Case, Bodily Harm and Criminal Forfeiture.

So Pebelz and another chick were running from 5-0 because they didn’t want to say what they knew about these concrete ass injections being given out?

Well, we came across this video interview of Pebblez from a little while ago where she says she is a true hustler who gets her money 100 ways.  Is one of those ways tricking women into thinking they’re getting real butt injections?  Hmm. [source]

I have to tell you… usually, I try not to judge when I write these kinds of things because I just wanna understand, you know? I’m trying to understand the environment that compels women to choose to inject a foreign substance in their body – one that they often cannot identify on their own, and sometimes never even think about asking – so that their ass can be larger. Larger. Who, or what, is that for?

I’m still trying really hard to not judge.

But then, I saw this video.

Pebbelz is King/Smooth/XXL/Booty mag alumni, right? She lied, for years, about having injections… was still appearing in these magazines, with her injections;

was still convincing men that this was somehow attractive and ideal, with her injections;

was still making women feel bad about themselves, inadvertently, though it may be… with her injections;

was still out here convincing women – with her 100 ways to get paid, and I’m fairly certain that at least 20 of those weren’t platonic – that they needed to have these injections to be of worth or even of remote value… with her injections.

Listen. None of this stuff ever happens in a vacuum. Ever. She probably got injections years ago, jumped on the scene, figured out how it was done – smart, I won’t lie – got a partner so they could perform injections on each other, and then started using Pebbelz’ clout (?!) and success (?!) as a model (though, seeing as how she clearly “uses what she’s got to get what she wants” in more ways than one) to convince other women to get it done. Many, many, many, many women are out here getting swindled. Not because they simply genuinely want booty implants, but because they feel that getting a bigger booty is going to help them get a man/succeed in life/be the first woman on Jupiter.

Or something.

Ladies, please don’t look to women like this. I’m not going to shade her for potentially being a sex worker, for being a booty mag model, or for being any other number of things she could or could not be. I am, however, going to use this as a way to politely remind y’all that this is why it’s so hard to look to these models and their photos as some kind of inspiration. You never know what’s going on behind closed doors. Especially since, if even models are out here performing these injections, they’re probably far more prevalent than we think they are.

And, while many would say “I mean, if you couldn’t tell that she’d had implants…” I’d remind you that it doesn’t always go that deep. Hell, I couldn’t tell the difference until recently.

Lastly… this young woman died from having concrete injected into her. Died. I know I have a pretty vast readership, so I’m just gonna appeal to you like this: save your pennies and go to a good doctor if this is what you’re so desperately after. Don’t do it the back alley way. And, if you have done it the back alley way… please go to a doctor and get yourself checked out. The only time you can find out if what’s in you will kill you… is when it’s too late. Seriously.

Hey, girl… hey. I love you. Go get that sh-t checked out.

Wooooo, I am overwhelmed. Someone hug me. Or help me. Hell, both.

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kiesh January 8, 2013 - 11:17 AM

I just…wow. Concrete??!! I’m really tired of these freakish looking women being touted as a standard. Smh.

leah January 12, 2014 - 11:52 AM

I’ve read some many stories or articles on this to the point I’m sick. What is the difference between her a and blowup doll?! I could not even watch the whole youtube before I felt the bile build in the back of my throat. Love yourself first, ladies! I teach my sons when they get older the woman you want maybe not be the woman you need so watch out for fake.

Fiierce Gemiinii January 26, 2014 - 6:41 AM

I know Pebblez personally. First of all just because someone refer you to a doctor does not mean thqt you have to go there. It is the PATIENTS responsibility to do their own homework on that doctor. Pebblez is on of the sweetest women out there. Secondly she was NEVER a fugitive from the law. If she was why the hell was she still hosting parties and making public appearances. No one has the right to say anything negative about her because there is always 2 sides to a story. Unfortunately a woman lost her life. But you cannot blame Pebblez for it she didn’t force the woman. Us women have to do better and stop throwing shade on somebody elses name. Know the facts before publishing a story!!!

Erika Nicole Kendall January 27, 2014 - 3:27 PM

“Know the facts before publishing a story!!!”

…but you didn’t debunk anything in the post. You kind of just ranted and whined about how its peoples’ responsibility to do their homework on a doctor.

Which leads me to my next question: So Pebbelz isn’t wrong for pretending to be a doctor, regardless of the amount of research the deceased “patient” did? Is that what you’re telling me?

CutieKris January 30, 2014 - 8:43 PM

Peebles Did not preform the injections. Sum man That lives as a woman did. Peebles referred her to the man because that’s the same person who did hers… None the less it’s still terrible, but I guess that’s what she meant by get ur facts str8… Idc

Erika Nicole Kendall January 30, 2014 - 8:50 PM

…but it’s clear that I said “probably.” I don’t need to get my facts straight – I already made it clear that what I was saying wasn’t fact. Critical thinking….2014.

CutieKris January 31, 2014 - 2:00 AM

Critical Thinking???
Clearly you said “So Peebles isn’t wrong for pretending to be a doctor” if you thought critically you’d know that the girl was saying Peeblz was not the person giving the injections. She was a customer as well who referred the victim. But I guess you were too caught up in your rant that you missed it.. Not condoning what she did, but I can clearly see you were confused or misinformed about the case! Girl bye!

Erika Nicole Kendall January 31, 2014 - 10:21 AM

You know what, after I read this comment, I was all prepared to be like, “You know, you’re right. I apologize for that — I was rude.”

But then, I looked back to see where I went wrong so that I could add an apology there as well, and realized that where I said, “So Peebles isn’t wrong for pretending to be a doctor?” IN RESPONSE to the comment left telling me to get my facts straight ABOUT the post where I said “probably.”

I’m not above being wrong OR admitting it. I AM above walking people through the basics of reading and engaging on the Internet.

“Girl bye!”

Indeed, LOL.

KareBareStare January 8, 2013 - 12:24 PM

Thank you for sharing this. Many women are fooled by what they see on television thinking that these unnatural shapes are attractive and achievable. I personally feel that these butt injections are worse than the breast implant craze because at least with implants they can be removed and you KNOW what you are getting. Concrete . . .O_O
wow! OAN this interview is in itself disturbing. I’m not going to knock anyone’s “hustle” but we really need more positive role models.

Tamara January 8, 2013 - 12:25 PM

I….I…just don’t understand. How can any woman respect herself by….I. Just. Can’t. Where did we go wrong by thinking that having two basketballs in our ass makes us more desirable? I’m just floored by how much we have digressed as a people…as women.

Marcella January 8, 2013 - 12:56 PM

Wow! Speechless on that interview. Just….WOW.

Jerzygirl45 March 26, 2013 - 9:54 AM

That about sums it up. I started not to watch, but curiosity got the best of me. Unfortunately. Now I need to figure out how to bleach my brain, cleanse my soul and forget I ever saw … whatever it is I just saw.

ab January 8, 2013 - 1:05 PM

no judgement on her profession at all.
But can we also just say that ‘back alley’ are not always round the corner, in the hood, dingy e.t.c.

Your life is really worth more than ass.

I really like this blog, keep up the good work.

sonofqueensny January 9, 2013 - 10:21 AM

Unfortunately for some ass is all that matters

Rae January 8, 2013 - 1:15 PM

Uhm…please explain to me why that’s sexy? It looks extremely heavy and painful for her. Hell! and, whomever she’s dating. Yikes. Yeah, no thanks. I’ma stick with my natural butt and make it fit. Seeing this mess makes me love my body even more. Gotta get back to my squats. The natural butt enhancer! SMH

Ras Benzo January 8, 2013 - 1:22 PM

I think part of the compounded tragedy is the mentality of getting by with the bootleg version – as a cultural standard. We see it all the time:
“Are you going to see that movie in theaters?” “Nah. I’ll cop the bootleg…”
“Girl, I know someone who can hook you up with the lace-front weave for only $15…”
“Are you going to workout today?” “Nah, I’m just going to wear this body stocking and make it look like I’m in shape.”
WE need to stop trying to take the cheap and easy way out. I’m not saying that our self-image psychosis doesn’t play a large part in this, but with this lady, and the amputee victim, and the various madams that have been arrested, the common thread is CHEAP, NON-CERTIFIED solutions.
Even look at Pebblez, she got the expensive booty injections like Buffie the Body and Vanity Wonder (and the women on “Love & Hip Hop, ATL”). These harmful injections are the fake-gucci purse of body modification.
We have to do better about our well-BEING, not our well-LOOKING.
I applaud the dedication and commitment to helping others that you put forth and thanks for not only sharing this story, but for shining light on what the problem is.

Kami December 5, 2014 - 10:56 AM

Love this: “These harmful injections are the fake-gucci purse of body modification.”

Kitana January 8, 2013 - 1:34 PM

This post is like, blowing my mind. Those pictures. The headline. People dying for cosmetics. I’m done.

T.R. January 8, 2013 - 1:55 PM

Hi Erica,

I really appreciate your rant and you not trying to judge. I wonder if this is a form of body dysmorphic disorder, at least a form of it’s manifestation in our community (and the US at large).

I’ve noticed over the past 6-10 years the attachment and unusual obsession with booties. Kinda of like when breasts were an obsession and everyone was getting implants, a la Pamela Anderson, even women you would have never expected, a la Jenny Jones.

Just wondering. This saddens me so much. However, what I found interesting was her comment how the men were “hating” on her just as much if not more than the women. I had a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” moment. Because let’s face it, we all have a pretty good idea her road started trying to please some man/men who made her feel inadequate with what she had, which wasn’t bad at all.

Just some food for thought.

Demi January 8, 2013 - 2:57 PM

I just want to say that I don’t see what’s so hot about this H.A.M. broad! I mean, I have the exact same body shape as her (BUT ALL NATURAL!) I guess I don’t like doing what she likes to do to every guy I meet so I suppose that’s the difference? Oh, and I’m cuter, never had any ass shots… Oh, and I’m not on my way to prison for aiding in someone’s murder… Yay!!!

Paulette January 8, 2013 - 3:03 PM

I have nothing to say, but “Hugs for us all”. So sorry that someone feels that this is the only way to feel valued.

Soul Touch January 8, 2013 - 4:24 PM

After watching the clip there is one thing I know for sure…you can’t inject class.

Erika January 8, 2013 - 9:56 PM


With the hundred ways to get money, she’s going to need it for all those hundreds of medical bills when she gets older and that substance injected in her starts messing with her aging body.

The price of “beauty”…sad.

Mariam January 8, 2013 - 4:40 PM

That video just … Buffie the Body opened the door? To what? Death due to concrete Injections in your behind?

And, ‘What difference do it make if it’s real or fake?’ The difference is a real ass won’t kill you.

Video models are today’s Hottentot Venus.

Danielle January 8, 2013 - 5:00 PM

Hey it’s been a loooong while since I’ve posted on here (site looks great!).

Erika you look ah-mazing! You don’t just look skinny, but healthy and glowing 🙂 Kudos!

Last night I saw a documentary called ‘Hungry for Change’ and it reminded me of everything you used to write about back in the day- about eating real food and how the food industry is shady etc.

Good luck on the continued success on your blog mama. Now in the next few years, I better be seeing YOUR documentary on Netflix ma’am!

I’m not even joking- you’re ahead of your time, and you need to shine! People of color need to see you!

Peace and love! DRD

Erika Nicole Kendall January 8, 2013 - 9:17 PM


Erica January 8, 2013 - 7:17 PM

I wanted to cry after seeing this video. It’s so sad on so many levels. I’m curious about this woman’s mental state and the factors that led her to this situation. It’s much more complex than just cash and concrete booty. Jesus, please take the wheel while I go get my yoga mat and meditate on this one.

Sarah January 8, 2013 - 7:55 PM

Wow, what a worthless human being. I hope to God that she doesn’t have children or that she is sterile. I have watched interviews with other video “models” and none of them spoke the vulgarity this woman displayed. I mean that was a 10 minute ad for a prostitute. She is a shining beacon of woman hood, I’m sure her mother and grandmother would be extremely proud of her when she announced she likes to suck d**k and get it in the a$$. Any woman who looks to women like her as an inspiration needs to re-evaluate their life. There is nothing attractive or special about that woman. I hope she has fun in prison, she will get plenty of sex there.

ab January 9, 2013 - 4:50 PM

she is not worthless. she is a human being working in an adult profession. one many of us wouldn’t chose. that doesn’t make her worthless.

i wish to God some of us would learn to not condemn entire beings because of the path their lives have taken.

Erika Nicole Kendall January 10, 2013 - 8:41 AM

Not only do I agree, but the comment lowkey reminds me of amateur eugenics. “I hope to god she is sterile.” Damn, I can’t imagine where I’ve heard THAT one before.

ab January 11, 2013 - 7:31 AM

Erika, you are one of a kind. Keep being a better you 🙂

Amyjo January 8, 2013 - 8:29 PM

I saw some of this trifling video before this post. That being said, “Black Girls…” why don’t we censor ourselves when we post, repost, blog etc.? I wonder how many of your readers are minors, something to think about?
Our young girls and young adults have a detrimentally skewed, sick idea of self worth. Yes, she’s wrong but how wrong are WE to co-sign to such pathology by giving her all this publicity? Yes it’s news but I wonder are we contributing to her 100 ways of getting paid?

Erika Nicole Kendall January 8, 2013 - 9:10 PM

My name is Erika Nicole Kendall.

This is a blog about weight loss and wellness, fitness, and food, body image and booty paint. This is a body image issue and, really is in the spirit of booty paint.

If you determined, from my post, that I am – or from my comments that my readers are – “co-signing such a pathology,” then I would THOROUGHLY suggest you re-read the entire page. TWICE.

We’re not contributing to her 100 ways of getting paid. We are highlighting the very REAL danger of getting a medical procedure that results in having a foreign substance – in this case, concrete – injected into your person by an untrained woman who lied about having the procedure done in the first place and obviously has a hell of a lot more going on to get her in the public eye than booty shots. We are talking about What women are really doing to get ahead in industries like that. We are talking about how women look at these images in magazines and want to be like them so they can have men gawk at and fall at their feet. We are talking about how women, who see these images and decide to go through these procedures… are DYING.

None of this is co-signing, unless you ascribe to the belief that even acknowledging it is tantamount to co-signing, and that we should just let it “fade into oblivion” and not talk about it, and hope the phenomena goes away.

TeeNikki January 9, 2013 - 7:09 AM

Yeah, what she said.

Ignoring the foolishness without addressing the underlying issues this causes in the community is what’s detrimental. I am dumbfounded, floored and a little nauseous about this whole thing. This is insanity and we gotta figure this mess out.

Lee January 8, 2013 - 8:54 PM

It has always baffled me when a video comes on tv with all of the women who don’t look…natural. Sure some women will have a certain thickness to them. More power to the ones who went to a reputable doctor to achieve said look as well. But concrete? How many women are walking around with foreign substances in their bodies right now? Their bodies will eventually reject it or break it down into little pieces. *sigh* Its so sad that people are losing their lives every day for what they may see in a magazine or video.

Karen January 8, 2013 - 8:58 PM

This is a local story so we have been following it from the beginning. It’s just sad all the way around. It’s hard to believe that you would hate yourself so much that you would drive 6 hours from Atlanta to Jackson to have someone inject your butt at their HOUSE!! This needs to stop. We really need to work with our young girls and teach them to value themselves and not what they see on TV. That ish is not real and we need to stop letting it dictate how we live or see ourselves.

Brooklyn PeeWee January 8, 2013 - 11:18 PM

I couldn’t get through that video. What the sam grits was that?! I have never heard a woman, let alone a BLACK woman, speak like that and hope never to hear it again. That a woman, of any people group, would demean herself in that manner before another and broadcast it …. my mouth is still hanging open. And since I’m obviously old and out of touch, how can one’s bones stand to sit on concrete? And … excuse me but ones arms are only so long. Anyway moving on. Puh.

I went natural years ago because I decided that I was sick and tired of others saying that how I was made just wasn’t good enough. Now I make a point of complimenting black women and girls on their hair, skin, and natural beauty. The darker one is, especially the little girls, the more I make of point of complimenting something about her. I, for one, am sick to death of this mess.

Whitney January 9, 2013 - 12:21 AM

I do hope that you can reach someone because this will keep happening until women realize that it’s not about all that animation, and self worth. Great post.

Stefanie January 9, 2013 - 12:29 AM

There was a time, when I would see those KING and XXL and whatever other magazines that had a woman on there with a tiny waist and big butt, and would just imagine looking like that. Like I have the shape, but I carry a lot of fat (not for long tho, 30+ pounds gone so far!). The point is, I thought that those girls who were built like that were the ticket. I mean, this lady Pebblez has waaay too much backside, but still, I wanted that body. Well, I thought I did. Then I matured some (thank God!!), and realized that if a woman is naturally built like that, good for her (and hope she is happy), but any woman, regardless of body type, should not use her body to get men’s attention. And unfortunately, many of these women do these crazy things to their body to grab men’s attention. I know, I was one of them and nowandays I have become cautious that while I like to look nice and I do have a nice hourglass shape, I don’t want to grab the ‘wrong attention’ by the clothes I wear.

What got me is the video. Okay – mixing concrete okay, that is bad. BUT!!! This lady spoke with SUCH ingnorance. The way she behaved is shameful. Yes, shameful. But the sad part is that she is proud and doesn’t see it. Therefore she is ignorant. I skipped through most of the video, but I hope that while she is behind those prison cell gates, that God will give her another chance to be enlightened. She can’t undue what has been done, but she can have a new life from this point forward with some GOOD purpose.

If we first accept the bodies that God has given us and work hard and smart to keep them healthy, then we will be as attractive and beautiful as we should be!!!!

Kimmy B. January 9, 2013 - 12:33 AM

Hi Erica! I just have to say I love your blog! It’s a shame that many black women haves such a poor body image of themselves that they would risk their lives to do something like this. And the same goes for women who don’t want to lose weight just so that they can keep their “shape”-at one point the latter was me. But my MAIN CONCERN FOR HER AFTER LISTENING TO THIS INTERVIEW IS THE HIGH RISK SEXUAL BEHAVIOR THAT SHE’S FOOLISHLY PROMOTING! In this digital age-the wrong ears will hear this & try to emulate her practices. So now not only are you trying to kill yourself because you’re trying to look like a video vixen, but you’re trying to kill yourself because that semenal fluid you’re swallowing may be Hepatitis/HIV+/etc.. o_O

Kimmy B. January 9, 2013 - 12:35 AM

Sorry-spell check! Hi Erika!

Agdazwoman41 January 9, 2013 - 12:34 AM

Couldn’t get past the first 3 min of the video. I feel so sorry for her. To feel like you have to inject with concrete body to be accepted is sad. LOVIN MY BODY EVEN MORE. First Superhead and now Pebbles if this is the life of a video vixen woomen need to think twice.

Bree January 9, 2013 - 9:53 AM

Okay, I’m an itty bitty skinny chick (trying to become a HEALTHY skinny chick, rather than just an unhealthy skinny-fat chick) and I would love to have more voluptuous curves like, JLo, or Beyonce (I’m more of a small-framed, hourglass like Shakira, Halle Berry, or Bridgette Bardot). But…um…I’m not that desperate. Not even close. What’s the point of having fabulous curves if they aren’t really mine? I’d feel fake AF. And that chick simply put is pure TRASH! That just goes to show you that you have to love yourself, no matter what people say. This site has helped me realize that. I’ve even become more outspoken about how I feel in the last couple months. Many thanks to Erika (by the way you have the same name as my mom :D)! You always give me something to think about. *hugs&kisses* <3<3<3

Discopoet January 9, 2013 - 3:45 PM

I’m so glad that U tackled this subject and the manner in which U did. It’s so necessary that more people R talking about these atrocities and vile defilements N our communities. The self-image of way 2 many amongst us is based on all the wrong things & gleefully perpetuated by those who obviously do not have our best interest at heart. It is 2 us 2 correct that and highlight a better and healthier image 4 those still searching 4 theirs 2 C and emulate N their own way. I’m about 2 begin a program with a group of youth and adults around the same subject & I can’t wait 2 B a catalyst in the interest of our mental & spiritual health. Thank U 4 doing the same and assisting me N knowing how deep some of these issues can go.

CS January 9, 2013 - 7:38 PM

Hi, I have a big booty shaped by God and enhanced by food. I don’t know what the big deal is as it is sometimes more trouble than what is is worth. I am working out trying to lose weight to get it down. I have always tried to cover it up by wearing a jacket but still get unwanted attention.

I wish I could reach those who are considering this type procedure just for a bigger behind. It is just not worth your life.

Sam January 9, 2013 - 10:04 PM

Can I sue you for the brain cells I just lost watching this RATCHETNESS!?!???

Erika Nicole Kendall January 9, 2013 - 10:04 PM

Quite the litigious society we live in, today. LOL

An January 10, 2013 - 12:31 AM

Maybe I’m missing something. Did Natasha Stewart directly convince women to use a service that caused this? Or are they just arresting her for lying about injections? I’m assuming she’s involved in some way other than just as a figure of injections.

Tons of models and celebrities lie about achieving a figure naturally (*cough* Starr Jones *cough*), that we later discover they did not. It isn’t as if the police are arresting them because other women foolishly followed that path to their detriment.

Javes Wells October 22, 2014 - 1:26 PM

Natasha Stewart, 40, was convicted of manslaughter in the 2012 death of 37-year-old Karima Gordon. Stewart, who goes by the professional name of Pebbelz Da Model, took $200 to refer Gordon to the injector and falsely claimed the person was a nurse.
She didn’t simply recommend someone, she lied and got paid for it.

michelle January 11, 2013 - 12:07 AM

I love how informative this blog is. This topic was disturbing and sad at the same time. Our young women don’t know their worth and the majority look to the video’s and magazines to define who they are! Black women have always been thick and had butt, curves. Who/When decided that we need to be BIGGER/THICKER! Smh

christine January 12, 2013 - 10:06 AM

Sighs…I will continue to be happy with my narrow hips and small butt

Lisa January 20, 2013 - 9:26 PM

The saddest thing is that her before picture is completely fine. That was a very nice ass BEFORE. The after looks like a caricature. How does she walk? Where does she buy pants?

Seriously, her body before was great. What a waste.

Denise R. January 25, 2013 - 9:17 AM

Okay, I read the comments before I watched the video. I could only watch up to 3 mins. Wow! This disturbs me in so many ways. “Ya know what I’m sayin’ “? NO, I don’t. I cannot relate to this person. I was watching the video looking at her eyes, trying to understand what’s going on in her head!

We as women really need to reach out to our younger sisters, talk to them about their worth, help them with their insecurities so they don’t end up like “Pebblez”. AND, talk to our sons and other younger brothers about respecting women. We have to stop this nonsense!

I can’t really express what I want to say… I’m having so many emotions right now, I’m just so saddened by the whole situation.

Erika, keep up the good work. There are a lot of things I would never know about if it weren’t for your blog!

Anna January 25, 2013 - 11:27 AM

~~Man, that’s pretty sad~~

Carolyn April 22, 2013 - 1:01 PM

Unfortunately, no one is thinking about the fact that there is often a price to pay for that big butt and a smile. I have one, and back pain to go with it. Her body was not naturally made at all to handle that extra weight, on a small frame, and even if she is not in pain now, she will be as she get’s older, and she’s already 39. In addition, she probably doesn’t like her booty smacked because it hurts like hell….think about it!!

Robin April 23, 2013 - 5:05 PM

I wasted 10 min of my life on this foolishness..(well 8 1/2 with the skipping I did). I agree with one girl who said she has to figure out some kind of way to cleanse her mind from the JUNK that just got infused into her brain. But curiosity also consumed me and I am so disappointed by this chic. ANYONE who in any way in agreement or wants to be a “live your own life, don’t judge, do you” advocate and says there is something right about what we just witnessed is as lost as she is…Love of money is indeed the root of all sorts of injurious things…This video pains me and surely she is emotionally and spiritually detached from God. I hope she seeks HIM and allows Holy Spirit make her mind over.

Frances April 28, 2013 - 8:46 AM

She killed somebody. Dirtbag.

Shay July 19, 2013 - 10:46 AM

I only watched the video because of the comments, however I wish I hadn’t. Very disturbing. I understand getting your hustle on, but I can’t think of any woman who doesn’t have daddy and self-esteem issues would ever behave this way. At the end, I thought we were watching a porno.

Diva Bleu August 29, 2013 - 8:08 PM

Man… I don’t know where to begin…

First off, I have a bigg butt. And most of my life, I’ve hated the ridicule and attention it brings. To this day, I’m 34, my friends (ALL of them) find a way to bring my butt into a conversation. It’s irritating and I say that to say this; big butts are not the end all be all. In elementary school, I was literally followed around the playground while kids chanted that my butt was on my back. In 3rd grade. WTH?!?!?

But then I got older and guys started to like big butts (blame Sir Mixx Alot?) and I started to get more positive attention… I didn’t want it… and every now and then I joke that I want a butt reduction. But sometimes, I’m not joking.

The fact that some women think that it’s something you MUST have in order to be considered attractive is insane to me. I feel like I fight with ny curves every day, and sone days I win and love them… some days I wish I was a size 2 with an A cup and NO BUTT. Either way, I don’t judge these women because we all have something about ourselves we wish was a little different, and it isn’t always about impressing a man, or even other women, it’s about how you FEEL about yourself.

With all that said, these bodies that are being touted as ideal are caricatures at best, comic vook cartoons. Look at a comic book drawing and you see these absurd shapes. Triple D boobs, size 0 waists and super voluptuous butts. It’s not real, it’s a fantasy meant for cartoon drawings, not real women. I fight with nyself every day because once I gained weight, I FINALLY got bewbs (I was a B cup forever and always wished I was a c so my hips and butt could seem more proportioned. *shrug*) with one caveat… I got a belly too… vut every time I decide to try and lose the curves I’ve gained, I think… I’m happy. Finally. And there are dimples and celulite in places… and I like that too. I’m a grown adult woman. And I embrace every part. I just wish more women could feel that pride… this site is a good place to start. First time reader, but I will be back!

Jeanette October 1, 2013 - 9:45 PM

I’m more than speechless!

Janeen October 2, 2013 - 10:58 PM

As a child, my mother told me that her being light-skinned and skinny wasn’t the ‘thing’ in her social group. Which stuck with me, because it wasn’t like being dark skinned and shapely, was for mine. Then I realized, there will always be a conflicting image or ideal to who you are as a person. Point being, I need to live my life being healthy, happy, and myself and only accepting those people and ideas that accept me for who I am. Sure we can all improve ourselves, but it shouldn’t be something that interferes with our mental, physical, or spiritual well-being.

sirsilverdog February 9, 2014 - 12:36 PM

She looks so pitiful in court, makes you feel sorry for her. But when you look at the video, she is so arrogant to the point it makes you not feel sorry for her. She never saw this coming in a million years

loretta baker July 10, 2014 - 1:49 PM

I saw this video months ago and thought this is terrible and to think this is what it take to hustle get a real job. To trick other women she doesn’t care about her spirit or the human spirit. What a waste of time and a life. However if you don’t know how to succeed you misuse your body and your knowledge that’s lacking.

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