Chronicles of a dating diva
The night was hosted by Jermaine Dupri, who rang in his third annual So So Def Summerfest Weekend. Lord knows Nia Long needs to stay alive for her thriving career.....right.
The Diva Chronicles, Poetry for your soul is a compelling collection of poetry that is meant to penetrate your heart, mind and soul with compassion love and motivation for humankind.
Unlike so many relationship books out there, Don’t Use My Sweater Like a Towel is candid, frank, and brutally honest.
Spurred on by a break-up from a long-time boyfriend and a sticky dating mishap, this self-professed surf/skate eco-designer and music industry whiz turned author has now penned an uncensored, viciously hilarious account of her dating hits and misses.
Kelton takes on the oh-so-slightly controversial and much-discussed topic of dating and puts it to the test: with personal anecdotes, surveys, interviews, experiments, and sexual humor.
I have no idea what the future holds, but I’m happy…and that’s all that matters in this moment.
Nia Long, Diddy, and Gabrielle Union were among partygoers at Club Dreamz who ran for their lives when a random Negro opened fire inside the club. One person was injuired and is in stable condition.
No romantic stone is left unturned when the author is through.