i was so excited for moesha to be on netflix cause i never finished it.
i started the first season,
got to the second,
and fell offsomehow. watching it as an adult, moesha was legit messy and not a good friend at times tbh.
there was an episode about herouting a gay male, who happened to be hakeem’s cousin (rip to the actor who played hakeem).
When I say that Moesha Mitchell was a messy ass girlie. Because why would she go back to that high school and tell that boy business messy ass pic.twitter.com/iJia23X1pv
“90s and up” kids understand the joy that was blockbuster video.
friday nights at blockbuster was poppin’.
that’s when you go to rent the newest release that was in the theater.
i use to beg my parents to pick up “such and such” a movie/game.
for those who remember,
there was like 50-11 copies of the new movie and all of them would be gone.
those were some of the best moments of my childhood.
blockbuster is no more (well except one place in the us)…
…but it’s all about streaming movies and tv shows. no more getting vex by something we want to see not being in stock.
it’s all there at our fingertips,
whether illegally or not. i woke up from a nap today to see all of my 90s fav black tv shows are coming back…
I have all her albums, probably watched all her movies, and a huge fan of Moesha. She is a beast on the vocals.
But, somehow I feel she doesn’t realize that.
I can relate because I, too, suffer from “Oh I Iz The Shit?” sometimes.
Usually that happens when I am not getting my way and acting like a brat.
Sometimes we all need to wake up, put ya foot down, and say:
“Dammit you know, I’m fucking amazing.”
I feel like Brandy doesn’t do that.
She strikes me as too humble, while mixed with insecurity. I loved-ed you B Rocka!
Brandy has a Behind The Music coming up…
But she shared some info in a recent interview that was sort of a “well, duh” for me…