Jia. 34. Atlanta.
I blog food, sex, beautiful women, immaculate dicks, and health related stuff and will STILL tell you to have a blessed day in Jesus when I'm done.
And before we close out (and move on to ratchetness b/c I know that some of you are ready, even after receiving this good word)…I really want you guys to remember that Whitney Houston was an amazing woman with an amazing talent who had an addiction. Although it’s easy to laugh at her and her plight, remember that we all have our vices. Some of us are fortunate enough to move on from them while others……Please also keep in mind that she was always her own woman; yes, she may have had publicists and business managers who guided her. But at the end of the day, Whitney’s decisions were her decisions. While many of you won’t change your mind based on what I’m saying, I just have to say….stop blaming one grown adult (Bobby Brown) for what another adult (Whitney Houston) did with themselves. God granted us all the gift of free will, and in that free will, we’re all allowed to make decisions that either heighten our lives or prove to be our downfalls. Whitney & Bobby fed off each other; I don’t want to (especially in THIS time) point a finger at Bobby and say ‘he did this.’ If that were the case, who do YOU blame when you fail a class in college…or make the decision to drink and drive…or when you’re having a bad day? Life is about choices…choices that we’re all allowed to make. Rather than playing the blame game, let’s all take notes from the Four agreements: Be impeccable with your words (b/c they have the ability to hurt), Don’t take things personally (many of you are casting stones against Bobby and being downright ugly; but that really says more about YOU than him), Don’t make assumptions (because making assumptions without asking questions or knowing FACTS makes YOU look foolish), and most importantly…do your best. While you don’t have to emulate Whitney’s life in any way, we can all take comfort in knowing that she did her best while she was here…and that’s provide us with a talent and music that will live on forever. Even though I spend a great deal of time being expressive with opinions that many of you don’t care for, I will say that my one sincere wish is that we all find a purpose in this life so that God can use us just as much as he did Whitney. And that’s all I have to say about that. RIP Whitney Houston & may God provide healing in the fastest way possible to your family. (via my FB)