Saturday, September 7, 2013

Floyd Mayweather bragging: I keep all my 123 million dollars in one bank accout

Floyd & 50 Cent counting the loot
I have proudly shined the spotlight on African American athletes, entertainers and business men/women who have earned fortunes and invested wisely.

Much to my chagrin, I have written about the same group of folks who have made fortunes only to lose them by reckless spending and poor investment.

Boxer Floyd Mayweather, Jr. -- esteemed member of "The Money Team" -- is in a class all to his own:

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

The Butler, Sheryl Underwood, Bob Marley and my Yin&Yang

(Reuters) - Civil rights drama "Lee Daniels' The Butler" continued to serve up box office victories with $20 million in ticket sales over the long U.S. Labor Day weekend, leading Hollywood's box office for the third straight weekend.

My Ying

This is very good news for a very good movie. In fact, I have been on a three week black consciousness art high. After watching the emotionally riveting "The Butler" (TB)  not once but twice -- believe or not I may have been more teary-eyed the second time -- I felt a new level of black art had been reached.