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Antoine Dodson On The George Lopez Show.

Antoine Dodson - Huntsville, USA

Antoine Dodson, the overnight YouTube sensation who chased a would be rapist from his sister’s home, is still flying high off his new found fame. His last spotted on the George Lopez show where the audience just loved him. Say what you want about ‘Toine, but at least he’s being rewarded for defending & protecting his family. I’ll take him over Kat Stacks ANY day! Check it out:

-“The BklynBandette.” Mr. Hollywood’s Co-Defendant.

Mo’Nique Pissed Off At Older Brother/Molester’s Oprah Interview.

Mo'Nique didn't want to be a part of her brother's interview, but  she gave Oprah her blessing.

Word on the Blok is Mo’Nique is EXTREMELY upset over Monday’s Oprah show with her brother and molester, reports

Although the “Precious” star gave her blessing to Winfrey’s request to have brother Gerald Imes appear on the “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” Mo’Nique was shocked at how the interview played out, saying that he lied and appeared less than sympathetic, reports the entertainment website.

On the show, Imes confirmed that he molested Mo’Nique for a year or two, starting when he was 13 years old and Mo’Nique was 7 or 8 years old.

“I abused and betrayed the trust of another sibling, my sister, my blood sister, I’m sorry, Mo’Nique. I’m sorry,” he said.

“I can only hope by coming forth today … that somewhere down the line … we can come back together as siblings.”

The situation has now incensed tensions between Mo’Nique and her family.

“She doesn’t know if she will ever speak to them again,” a source told

“She was particularly upset that Gerald lied to Oprah that he molested her while she was sleeping because she was wide awake and scared of him,” said the source.

Winfrey is a victim of molestation herself, as she has stated that she was abused as a young girl.

-“The BklynBandette.” Mr. Hollywood’s Co-Defendant.

EXCLUSIVE: Oprah’s Alleged “Real” Dad Emerges.

An ailing, 84-year-old World War II veteran is making a desperate plea to Oprah Winfrey: Please admit I’m your father!

Norh Robinson, a dirt-poor Mississippi farmer now living in a rural VA hospital, wants Oprah to submit to a paternity test that he says would once and for all prove that he sired her in 1954.

GET MAURY POVICH! Norh Robinson, 84, wants Oprah Winfrey to  take a DNA test to prove he is her dad.

Robinson said he dreams of just once speaking with Oprah as father and daughter before he dies — and revealed that, years ago, he tried to reach the talk-show queen to beg her to agree to a DNA test.

“I told her [in a letter], if she wanted, I’d give her one,” Robinson told The Post in an exclusive interview this week.

In the letter, he placed mementos from his life, including his Social Security number and a picture of him from the Navy in World War II, he said.

“I never got no answer,” Robinson told The Post. “I never did get no answer. If I did, it didn’t get to me.”

The vet insisted he wasn’t looking to get his hands on Oprah’s millions.

“I’d like her to call me,” he said.

Oprah’s spokeswoman said the TV host wasn’t available to comment on Robinson’s claims.

Oprah was raised by her mother, Vernita Lee, 75, and Lee’s longtime boyfriend, Vernon Winfrey. She considers Vernon her father but has figured out he isn’t her biological dad.

This week, the National Enquirer reported Robinson’s alleged tie to Oprah.

When reached in Kosciusko — the small town Winfrey ditched a half-century ago — Robinson insisted, “I’m her real father. I haven’t seen her since she was a kid. She was a little bitty thing.”

During a half-hour chat at his hospital, Robinson said that he met Oprah’s mom when they worked in the same part of Kosciusko and that he often drove her to and from work.

“I had to get by her house to get to my daddy’s house because it was on the same road,” he said.

Robinson said he’s looking forward to the day he gets to meet his world-famous daughter.

“She’s taken after her daddy,” he said. “I was a handsome man growing up at that time.”

-“The BklynBandette.” Mr. Hollywood’s Co-Defendant.


“It doesn’t matter who you are, where you come from.
The ability to triumph begins with you. Always.”
– Oprah Winfrey.

Born in Kosciusko, Mississippi, Oprah Winfrey was reared by her grandmother on a farm where she “began her broadcasting career” by learning to read aloud and perform recitations at the age of three. From age six to 13, she lived in Milwaukee with her mother. After suffering abuse and molestation, she ran away and was sent to a juvenile detention home at the age of 13, only to be denied admission because all the beds were filled. As a last resort, she was sent to Nashville to live under her father’s strict discipline. Vernon Winfrey saw to it that his daughter met a midnight curfew, and he required her to read a book and write a book report each week. “As strict as he was,” says Oprah, “he had some concerns about me making the best of my life, and would not accept anything less than what he thought was my best.”

Oprah Winfrey’s broadcasting career began at age 17, when she was hired by WVOL radio in Nashville, and two years later signed on with WTVF-TV in Nashville as a reporter/anchor. She attended Tennessee State University, where she majored in Speech Communications and Performing Arts.

In 1976, she moved to Baltimore to join WJZ-TV news as a co-anchor, and in 1978 discovered her talent for hosting talk shows when she became co-host of WJZ-TV’s “People Are Talking,” while continuing to serve as anchor and news reporter.

In January 1984, she came to Chicago to host WLS-TV’s “AM Chicago,” a faltering local talk show. In less than a year, she turned “AM Chicago” into the hottest show in town. The format was soon expanded to one hour, and in September 1985 it was renamed “The Oprah Winfrey Show.”

Seen nationally since September 8, 1986, “The Oprah Winfrey Show” became the number one talk show in national syndication in less than a year. In June 1987, in its first year of eligibility, “The Oprah Winfrey Show” received three Daytime Emmy Awards in the categories of Outstanding Host, Outstanding Talk/Service Program and Outstanding Direction. In June 1988, “The Oprah Winfrey Show” received its second consecutive Daytime Emmy Award as Outstanding Talk/Service Program, and she herself received the International Radio and Television Society’s “Broadcaster of the Year” Award. She was the youngest person and only the fifth woman ever to receive the honor in IRTS’s 25-year history.

Before America fell in love with Oprah Winfrey the talk show host, she captured the nation’s attention with her poignant portrayal of “Sofia” in Steven Spielberg’s 1985 adaptation of Alice Walker‘s novel, The Color Purple. Winfrey’s performance earned her nominations for an Oscar and Golden Globe Award in the category of Best Supporting Actress. Critics again lauded her performance in Native Son, a movie adaptation of Richard Wright’s classic 1940 novel.

Her love of acting and her desire to bring quality entertainment projects into production prompted her to form her own production company, HARPO Productions, Inc., in 1986. Today, HARPO is a formidable force in film and television production. Based in Chicago, HARPO Entertainment Group includes HARPO Productions, Inc., HARPO Films and HARPO Video, Inc. In October, 1988, HARPO Productions, Inc. acquired ownership and all production responsibilities for “The Oprah Winfrey Show” from Capitol Cities/ABC, making Oprah Winfrey the first woman in history to own and produce her own talk show. The following year, HARPO produced it first television miniseries, the The Women of Brewster Place, with Oprah Winfrey as star and Executive Producer. It has been followed by the TV movies There Are No Children Here (1993), and Before Women Had Wings(1997), which she both produced and appeared in. In 1998, she starred in the feature film Beloved, from the book by the Nobel Prize-winning American author Toni Morrison.

In 1991, motivated in part by her own memories of childhood abuse, she initiated a campaign to establish a national database of convicted child abusers, and testified before a U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee on behalf of a National Child Protection Act. President Clinton signed the “Oprah Bill” into law in 1993, establishing the national database she had sought, which is now available to law enforcement agencies and concerned parties across the country.

Oprah Winfrey was named one of the 100 Most Influential People of the 20th Century by Time magazine, and in 1998 received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Her influence extended to the publishing industry when she began her on-air book club. Oprah Book Club selections became instant bestsellers, and in 1999 she received the National Book Foundation’s 50th anniversary gold medal for her service to books and authors.

She is one of the partners in Oxygen Media, Inc., a cable channel and interactive network presenting programming designed primarily for women. In 2000, Oprah’s Angel Network began presenting a $100,000 “Use Your Life Award” to people who are using their lives to improve the lives of others. When Forbes magazine published its list of America’s billionaires for the year 2003, it disclosed that Oprah Winfrey was the first African-American woman to become a billionaire.

-“The BklynBandette.” Mr. Hollywood’s Co-Defendant.

Today, Oprah Show Focuses On Haiti EarthQuake Devastation.

Oprah Winfrey has a strong mix of guests planned for Wednesday show.

The talk-show queen is promising special performances by singers Rihanna and Maxwell.

Wyclef Jean will provide “a devastating eyewitness account” about the Haiti earthquake, the Winfrey folks say, and address the controversy over his foundation, Yele Haiti.

Winfrey also talks to Dr. Sanjay Gupta about Haiti and the surgery he has performed there. Winfrey calls Gupta “CNN’s hero.

-“The BklynBandette.” Mr. Hollywood’s Co-Defendant.

Montell A Dead Beat Dad!!???

Word on the Blok is that Montell Williams is a Dead Beat dad. Yes, he pay child support, but he is not there emotionally & physically. And THAT’S coming from his kids! Williams, who styles himself as an inspirational guru, is locked in a 10-year fight with his ex-wife over son Montel, 16, and daughter Wyntergrace, 14. The Connecticut teens say the talk-show host has turned his back on them – paying $18,700 a month in child support while depriving them of the emotional support they crave. “My dad is now like a stranger,” Wyntergrace, who turns 15 this week, told the Daily News. “Everyone knows him as a great guy, but he’s not making the best choices as a parent.”

Williams, 53, is a former military man who won Emmys hosting his daytime show, which heavily promoted the importance of family and social responsibility. These days, he hosts a radio show, writes change-your-life memoirs and hawks a series of products under the name “Living Well.” Meanwhile, his children say his public persona doesn’t jibe with their personal pain – and they are asking that Williams either take an active role in their lives or let their mom make all the decisions.

Get it together Montell.

-“The BklynBandette.” Mr. Hollywood’s Co-Defendant.

Oprah Winfrey: On To The Next One …..

Oprah is in talks right now over whether she will appear on the cable channel that will bear her name when it launches next year. Discovery is Oprah’s corporate partner on the new channel, to be called OWN, which is set to begin in January 2011. The talk-show mogul announced in December that next year would the last for her famous afternoon TV show and that she was quitting to work on a new cable channel that will air original shows by her company, Harpo Productions, 24 hours a day. Left up in the air was whether Oprah herself would do a show for the cable channel — or just appear on promotional spots.

-“The BklynBandette.” Mr. Hollywood’s Co-Defendant.