i love shows that revitalize my sense of purpose.
we all need a boost from our current circumstances.
even though the shows are fiction,
we often see what we want in lifethrough the lens of a tv show. all the white vixens moved to new yawk to experience that “sex and the city” lifestyle. i worked with white girls that piled in a one-bedroom to live their best hoe life because of that show.
harlem on amazon prime did that for me over the weekend. it was created by tracy oliver who was a writer on one of my favorite “black girl friendship” movies,
the show was also executive produced by pharrell williams and amy poehler. i saw the trailer a week ago:
…and i was sold when i saw my childhood crush, meagan good.
after watching it in one sittinguntil 4 am on saturday…
i thought tyler lepley was one of the sexiest wolves on “have and have nots“.
when that show first started,
he was one of the many reasons tuned in to watch his character “benny”.
as his career grew,
he turned into a real snack over the years:
i remember writing something about him in the past and he ended up blocking me.
the article was about was seeing someone who looked like him on the train one day.
won’t lie to you,
but i moved tf on and found many other wolves to lust after.
i heard through the foxhole that he wasn’t comfortable with male attention.
he allegedly blocked many other males from supporting him. so when he had this interview on the podcast “lip service” via “rolling out“…
i saw him again today. this morning.
i was late for work and had to get on the last train car.
i actually need to be in the front. well there he was.
standing there looking all serious ‘n’ shit. the “tyler lepey” knockoff i want… Continue reading Don’t You Just Love A (Good) Knockoff?