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FEMALE BALLER BEHIND THE SCENE – DEBRA LEE

Debra is one of my mentors….she is ballin out of control…. Debra L. Lee serves as president and chief operating officer of BET Holdings, Inc., a multi-media entertainment corporation and the parent company for Black Entertainment Television. Prior to her appointment in March 1996, Lee served as the network’s executive …

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THANKS BLACK VOICES.COM FOR THE LOVE….. YOU GUYS ARE BALLERS……

http://www.blackvoices.com/blogs/2008/03/07/baller-alert-dare-to-snag-a-baller/ Baller Alert! Dare to Snag a Baller Posted Mar 7th 2008 4:11PM by Alexis Stodghill Filed under: Lifestyle, Love By Alexis Stodghill, BlackVoices.com Ballers. Players. You see them on television and on the blogs living a life filled with fun and luxury — partying every night, throwing money in …

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It’s Monday – Do You Know Where Your Money Is?

Okay, so you met him. You got him. He’s giving you money here and there. You ask, he gives. You want, he buys. Good? Not really. Why? Because there’s always more. You need to have him ‘sponsor’ you. Tell him what your monthly allowance is. Start high. Between 5-10K a …

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Respect My Hustle!

I know I talk a big game, but I also stay true to my game. I do not deny anything I have done or have been a part of to get what I get. I have stripped, I have walked the streets of LA, and I have been involved with …

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What You Should REALLY Be Doing This Weekend—5 Things

I don’t expect everyone to agree with me but there is an open secret that celebrities do not party on Fri, Saturday with the regular people, at least not locally. If they do, it’s a walk-through, and their on their way to the VIP exclusive event that nobody (but perhaps, …

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A BALLERIFIC EVENT..AND IT’S HELPING THE KIDS….

New York based non-profit The Book Bank Foundation is kicking off its 1st Annual Community Tour, featuring Queens, New York rapper Tony Yayo. Yayo will join Book Bank founder Glenn Toby from March 10-15th in New York City promoting literacy while visiting various schools and homeless shelters. The Book Bank …

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