• Hooray! Another psudo-relationship expert has hit the scene! Terrence J, of “106th and Park” and “The Game,” says he’s got something special for the ladies, a relationship book. Aside from hosting the popular BET video show and trading smooches with Tasha Mack, Terrance J. recently told DrJays.com he’s working on a relationship book: “I just signed a major book deal; it’s a relationship book or Lack there of.. that will be coming out hopefully the fall of this year.” Hmm, I wonder if he’ll join the chorus of black men who’ve penned ridiculously condescending books aimed at sistas, or if he actually has something interesting to day. I guess we’ll just have to wait and see [Necole Bitchie]
  • Glen Beck’s ratings are tanking, thank God. The Right wingnut who has called President Obama everything from a socialist to a racist is finally feeling the pain of his ignorance. After his well-publicized march to “Restore Honor” in August garnered nearly 100,00 participants, Beck’s ratings have been taking a nosedive, dropping nearly 33%. Could it be that Beck is even too loony for Fox News viewers? Whatever the case may be, I hope this is just the beginning of the end of Beck’s TV empire. [Black Voices]
  • A Tribe Called Quest fans get ready. Word on the street is that the Tribe documentary, “Beats, Rhymes & Life” by actor and hip-hop head, Michael Rapaport, has found a distributor. Shadow & Act is reporting that the documentary, which premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, has found a home with Sony Pictures Classics. So, hopefully this means that by the summer, we’ll be able to see Tribe on the big screen. I’ll have my fingers crossed! [Shadow & Act]
  • Calm down people, Rihanna will not be in “The Bodyguard” remake, but not because of what you think. According to the singer, she “hates it when singers do singing movies all the time,” and is much more interested in getting into a role that is nothing like her real life. She told OK! Magazine: “Being a singer [in a film] won’t be a stretch for me. I like challenges and being an actor is playing a role, being able to step into somebody else’s shoes, that’s the excitement.” Well, that settles that. [MSN Movies]


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  • African Mami

    Terrence is sooooo corrrrrrrrrny. I can’t afford to take him serious. I guess everybody and their mother is hopping on the relationship book trend now!