Philadelphia -This is not even funny in the least bit. If you live Philadelphia then you need to go and boycott this private pool club for kicking out minority kids. 60 young campers (mostly black) from the Creative Steps Day Camp, were kicked out of private pool club because members didn’t want their children swimming with black children. The Valley Club revoked the day campers membership after finding out they were minorities and offered a refund. Here is an eye witness account:
When the minority children got in the pool all of the Caucasian children immediately exited the pool,” Horace Gibson, parent of a day camp child, wrote in an email. “The pool attendants came and told the black children that they did not allow minorities in the club and needed the children to leave immediately. [Source]
The club offered this statement along with the refund, explaining why membership was revoked:
There was concern that a lot of kids would change the complexion…and the atmosphere of the club. [Source]
Thanks to a reader, Koonse, I was able to find more pictures of Steve McNair with his wife Mechelle McNair. The reasons I am posting this picture is because many people want to see pictures of Mechelle. I guess they want to know how she looks, and yes, she is a very beautiful woman.
For some reason people are talking about how beautiful this Sahel Kazemi, asif that’s an excuse for Steve McNair’s actions.His wife is a beautiful woman, and deserves more respect than that.No one knows why men or women for that matter do what they do, but it’s not worth starting rumors that Sahel Kazemi was so beautiful that McNair could not resist.His wife was so beautiful that he should have never lefthome.
Congratulations to the Williams sisters for making it to the finals who both won at Wimbeldon. However, it was Serena who took the women’s single final tennis match over sister Venus. Here is Serena at the Wimbledon WinnersParty at Hotel Intercontinental in London, England this past Sunday.
Following the Michael Jackson memorial and performance of “I’ll be There”, Mariah took to her twitter page to apologize for the quality of her performance. Here’s what she had to say.
Just recovering from the day. Still filled w/sadness as we listen to KJLH in LA(Stevie Wonder’s radio station)paying tribute to MJ.
Trying to sing today was basically impossible for me. I could barely keep myself from crying. I’m sorry that I wasn’t able to pull it together and really do it right, but I was literally choked up when I saw him there in front of me.
One thing I know is, we will never really have to say goodbye to MJ. His legacy lives on through his music and the millions of people. He inspired with his timeless music. He will be forever in our hearts.
I did notice that Mariah’s performance wasn’t up to par. But to be honest she hasn’t performed the way she use to in a while.
In respect for Michael and the memorial I will not say anything negative!