Rihanna Bares All For Vanity Fair Magazine Calls Rachel Dolezal A Hero


Lord Lord Lord after awhile you run out of things to say about @badgyrlriri and all you can say  is lord

She continues to get finer and finer  looks like that booty is gettin bigger and bigger  and she is getting more and more famous

Rihanna Also spoke on the Controversial topic of Rachel Dolezal  the mixed woman who lived her life as a black woman

When Rachel Dolezal first made headlines this summer, after the N.A.A.C.P. chapter president was “outed” for being white, no one seemed quite sure what to make of Dolezal’s curious narrative. After all, the media hadn’t exactly ever encountered a Caucasian woman who so identified with African-American culture that she devoted her career to celebrating it and countless hours into presenting herself as black. But when Vanity Fair’s Lisa Robinsonsat down with Rihanna for the magazine’s November cover story, the pop star revealed a singularly celebratory opinion of Dolezal.

“I think she was a bit of a hero, because she kind of flipped on society a little bit,” Rihanna told Robinson during one long-ranging, late-night conversation. “Is it such a horrible thing that she pretended to be black? Black is a great thing, and I think she legit changed people’s perspective a bit and woke people up.”

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Cher Still Adjusting To NEW “Son.”

Cher (l.) says that while she supports her son Chaz's female-to-male sex change, she is still adjusting to having a son who used to be a daughter.

In the December issue of Vanity Fair, Cher comes clean about her feelings regarding her transsexual son Chaz Bono. Chaz, born 41 years ago as Chastity Bono,  underwent a female-to-male sex change last year; and Cher is still struggling to deal. “My pronouns are f–ked,” she tells the magazine. “I still don’t remember to call her ‘him.'” Before the sex change, she was quoted as saying, “Chaz is embarking on a difficult journey, but one that I will support. And while she still stands by him, Cher says there’s inability to relate to her son’s transition. “If I woke up tomorrow in a guy’s body, I would just kick and scream and cry and f–king rob a bank, because I cannot see myself as anything but who I am: a girl,” she explains. “I would not take it as well as Chaz has. I couldn’t imagine it.”

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

Gabourey; Toast Of The Vanity Fair Oscar Party. (How Ironic)

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“Precious” star Gabourey Sidibe was the toast of Sunday night’s Vanity Fair Oscar party — despite the uproar over her omission from the magazine’s Young Hollywood cover.

Sidibe was feted by host Graydon Carter at Hollywood’s Sunset Towers Hotel, along with Jeff Bridges, Jeremy Renner, Elton John, Jennifer Lopez, Hilary Swank, Colin Firth, Jane Fonda, Christoph Waltz, Kathryn Bigelow, Lauren Bacall and Morgan Freeman.

The controversial March VF cover featured Carey Mulligan, Kristen Stewart, Amanda Seyfried and several other svelte, white starlets, while stocky Sidibe was shunted to an interview inside.

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

Gabby Sidibe’s Thoughts On Being Slighted By ‘Vanity Fair.’

“Was I satisfied [about being included in a photo inside the magazine]? Yeah, well… I mean, I come from a world where I’m not on covers and I’m not in magazines at all. And so I was happy to be in the magazine. At first I thought, ‘Hmm, should I be there?  Then I very quickly got over it. I think if I were a part of that shoot I would have felt a little left out anyway … I would have felt a little like… whether or not I should have been there.” – Gabourey Sidibe

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

EXCLUSIVE: Vanity Fair’s Look Into Tiger Woods.

In a piece previewing this month’s cover story, Vanity Fair attempts to analyze exactly how Tiger’s perfect world managed to spin out of control, despite every effort by his handlers to control it.

In a peek back at a younger, less-refined Woods, VF cites a 1997 interview GQ had with Woods when he was 21. He made profane jokes about male anatomy and lesbians and openly flirted with women working during a photo shoot of him.

Fast forward to 2004, when Philadelphia Inquirer writer Joe Logan, who covered the PGA for 14 years, observed that Woods would enter press conferences with a huge entourage, and always give buttoned-up, unemotional answers to questions from reporters, while Phil Mickelson and other pros would talk candidly about their families and personal lives.

“Tiger learned very well to talk forever and say nothing,” Logan told Vanity Fair.

Tiger was equally removed from fellow golfers, Logan observed, noting that he’d never socialize with others who were on tour with him. Rather than go out to dinner after a day on the green, he’d hole up in a private home.

“He tried to present himself as a normal person,” said Michael Bamberger, a senior writer for Sports Illustrated, told Vanity Fair. “What seems clear now is that he lived a very abnormal life all his life in a sport in which guys are very conventional, and if you are not conventional you get ostracized right away.”

The issue, which promises more photos of Tiger, is on newsstands next week.

Tiger, Tiger, Tiger. Initially, being perceived as a reserved type of fella may have worked for you. But the “Tight Lipped Stiff Shirt” persona wore pretty thin when you chose to avoid police during your car crash investigation. Had you stopped playing so flippin’ uppity, you could have avoided the whole thing with a bs made up excuse. BUT NOOOOOO. The African American deficient part of you made you believe you & your dough were above the law. Maybe. But No One- I mean NO ONE- is above Scorn & Ridicule.

Hmmph. You Ain’t Black? Jheri Curls on your nipples but you ain’t BLACK!  My ASS!

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