Tales of Buffoonery: Episode 10(Raven Symone)

This post has been a long time coming for this woman. I used to watch her on The Cosby Show as a kid. I always thought she was a pretty talented actress. I don’t even care about the fact that she’s a well known lesbian. This post isn’t about her anti-sexual deathstyle…..I mean lifestyle. But apparently as she has gotten older she has not gotten much wiser. Actress Raven Symone has said some pretty ignorant statements the last few years. Last year she said she didn’t want to be considered “black” anymore.  She’s part of this silly nonsense called the “new black”. This is a complete joke in my opinion. It’s just another way for self-hating blacks to distance themselves from anything that has to do with either Africa or blackness in general. Well she has recently opened her big mouth and defended a racist bigot.Raven has a guest host on ABC’s “The View” Monday, the actress weighed in on the controversial comments a TV host made about Michelle Obama’s appearance.During the conversation, Symone seemed to offer a bizarre defense of the now-fired host’s comments.Univision’s Rodner Figueroa was fired last week. for suggesting that the first lady could have been cast in the “Planet of the Apes” franchise.Regular View host Rosie Perez was livid about the remark, calling it undeniably racist. Symone wasn’t convinced.“He did say Michelle Obama looks like a cast member of the ‘Planet of the Apes,’” Perez said emphatically.“But was he saying it ‘racist-like?’” Symoné interjected. “Because [Figueroa] did say he voted for [Michelle] later and I don’t think he was saying it racist.”“Oh please!” Perez fired back. “That’s like saying, ‘I’m not a racist, but I have black friends.”

I have to side with Perez on this one. Raven is a racist bigot’s wet dream! They can say the most degrading,insulting thing about black people and blacks like Raven will come their rescue. She is this new wave of “race apologists”. They are there to make racist bigots feel comfortable in their racism. That was her sole purpose for being on The View. She was there to provide balance. I think this is rap dancing,self hating buffoonery to the highest degree! Do you think I’m overreacting? Do you think this was a stupid comment for her to make? Should black people be defending racists? Let me know your thoughts.

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Raven and her “friend”

Amara La Negra

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Danelys Diana De Los Santos, internationally known as Amara “La Negra”, has become a real star in 2013 thanks to the success of the superhit called “AYY”, a mix of Dembow and other Urban rhythms that is climbing rapidly the major American and Caribbean charts.Amara was born and lives in Miami, she is 100% American but her parents are Dominican, this strong Latin roots mixed with her purely Yankee style, have allowed her to create a unique character in Urban Music, so sexy and elegant style.

Amara has begun her journey to success, appearing at the audition for a talent show by Don Francisco, “Sabado Gigante” (the most important Latin TV show watched in the U.S. and throughout South America) where she won the first prize. The famous presenter became very close  to the child and included her in the “Clan Infantil” of the show. She has participated every Saturday for six years, practically grew up in “Sabado Gigante“.

She was a dancer of Univisión (the largest Latin television network in the U.S. and in the world), she participated in many Latin Grammy, Premio Lo Nuestro, Premio Juventud. She was testimonial in many U.S. national commercials, participated in music videos for famous artists. She also took part in small roles in series and telenovelas for Telemundo, such as “Perro Amor“, and “Diva Latina“, the first reality show produced by “Sabado Gigante” in 2008. Of the 25 participants, Amara got the third place.She also presented for MegaTV the show “A Tacón Quita’o“, together with the actress Alba Roversi and the journalist Marjorie Rubio.Amara is a charismatic and natural artist, with a stage presence and a voice of strong impact. Her voice is versatile and ranges from the Tropical to Urban Music, from Afro to Soul, to Dance, to Pop and R&B, she has also released a duet with Ricardo Montaner in “Soy Feliz