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May
31/12
J.O & Destiny of The Ohio Badd Girlz Reality Show
Last Updated on Thursday, 31 May 2012 10:12
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Thursday, May 31st, 2012

These girls got nice … we’ll let you fill in the blank

 

Talkin’ sex and life with J.O & Destiny of The Ohio Badd Girlz Reality Show

Interview and photos by Gezus Zaire

On a sunny spring day in Cleveland, two of the Ohio Badd Girlz cast members take photos across shore of Lake Erie from the east to the Westside of the city. Destiny starts off in a nice one piece that highlights her stallionesque legs. By the end of things she’s baring nothing but a g-string and baby oil much to the delight of middle aged men who walk by looking out of the corners of their eyes during romantic strolls with their female companions whose hotter days are in the rearview mirror.

J.O sports multiple swimsuits that hold a combustible element better known as her breasts. The two vanilla shaded twins seem to want to leap out and attack the world. While those same men pass by the quiet and focused Destiny, J.O isn’t as reserved. She hilariously screams, “boobies” to every guy who tries to sneak a peek. Some giggle it off, while others scoot off as they have been embarrassed and exposed.

Overall these two Badd Girlz are sexy, fun, sexy, committed to the entertainment business and did I say sexy. J.O is an award winning rap artist, while Destiny is an up and coming model whose professionalism is proving to be unequal amongst her local peers.

For the first time ever, we’re featuring two Ohio Badd Girlz at once! Proceed with caution.

Zaire: Destiny, you’re a college student with a warm personality. You come across as a good girl. Have you ever been bad in your past and if so, how did you overcome it?

Destiny: Of course I’ve been bad in my past. Who hasn’t! But I grew up to learn and am still in the process of learning that “bad” will get you nowhere and the word “fail” is “bad’s” best friend. I overcame my bad past by listening and I believe being a good listener is something we all need within ourselves. I also had to take a step back and realize that I have younger siblings that look up to me and I have to be a role model to them. Plus my mom always told me, “All I want you to do is do the right thing, so you don’t ever turn out like me.” That motivated me to work even harder because I know it would put a smile on her face.

Zaire: J.O, most people think that Midwestern women are more conservative. What has made you who you are?

J.O: Well since I was little I’ve always had anger issues – some because my daddy wasn’t there. My mother could never be at home with us because she was working two jobs trying to be both the parents and make sure we didn’t want for anything. [My anger also rose] because a lot of females always underestimated me because of my complexion. I always had to prove that I ain’t no chump. After I got a little older, I turned to the streets and fighting was my anger management somehow. I stayed in court and in the back of a police car. It was getting to the point where I really didn’t care and that’s where I met [my manager] Sirvetta. Some friends from the neighborhood had called me and said that somebody wanted to hear me rap. When she got on the phone I kept going and going and she said that we had to meet. We met the next day, went to the studio and been making history ever since.

Zaire: Tell people about your experience of being a member of the Ohio Badd Girlz.

Destiny: My experience of being a member of the Ohio Badd Girlz is such a wonderful opportunity. I’ve learned how to deal with different people with all different types of attitudes and personalities simultaneously. I had some ups and downs but overall it’s making me stronger than what I already am.

Zaire: J.O, your hit song is “Get Some.” How can a man get some?

J.O:  Well the song “Get Some” was towards a female whose man is cheating with another girl but is unaware and the other girl is letting it be known, so in order for a man to get some he would have to be a cheater.

Zaire: What would be your ultimate sex scene?

J.O: Well I came up with this idea in my head that would fit the song. Like me and him having sex and I’m riding him, then the girlfriend calls the phone I answer. I might even moan in her ear a little bit. Then I hang up on her and get right back to the sex.

Zaire: Destiny, what physical aspect about you turns men on the most?

Destiny: Well I’ve heard from most that my legs are a turn on. I was told that they’re thick, long, hairless, pretty and they look great in heels

Zaire: What is the sexiest article of clothing you have and why?

Destiny: My sexiest article of clothing would have to be my thongs, g-strings, and boyshorts. This is because you can never go wrong with your dude with some sexy panties.

Zaire: J.O, has a woman ever tried to get some from you?

J.O: Yes! All the time. The very first time I was in the bar and a female pushed up on me, so I’m like, chill out I ain’t gay. She got so mad after I turned her down that she actually tried to swing on me and I tore that ass up. But nowadays when they come to me with it, they respect the fact that I don’t roll like that and just leave it at that. That other one was highly upset.

Zaire: Do you prefer making love or just having sex?

Destiny: I prefer making love because I feel more connected to and with that person, and sometimes even when the sex isn’t all of that, it seems like the best in the world. But I honestly never made love to anyone with boring sex (laughs).

Zaire: Do most guys want to jump immediately to sex when they first start kicking it with you? If so how do you handle it?

J.O: Yeah they do! But that’s all guys. They try to play the nice guy roll to butter you up but I be hip to all that. I learned a lot, being basically raised by my brother. I look like a woman but think like a man. I just let them know off the bat like, “If you think you’re getting some pussy tonight, you might as well drop me off, ’cause it ain’t happening. They laugh and pretend like they have no idea what I’m talking about, but they don’t be fooling me.

Zaire: What is the most sensuous thing that you and a man can do without having sex?

Destiny: A man can lick whip cream off of every spot on my body and I could still go without sex.

Zaire: Is sex better sober or with alcohol?

J.O: (Laughs) I think [sex is] better with alcohol ’cause it brings the freakiness out of people, if you know what I mean.

Zaire: When a man get’s some from J.O, does he go straight to sleep or have to go straight home?

J.O: He goes straight to sleep, wake up and don’t wanna go home. Not to brag or anything.

Zaire: What do you like to sleep in and why?

Destiny: I like to sleep without clothes because I just like to feel free.

J.O: I sleep with my clothes off. It’s more comfortable.

J.O & Destiny will be at the Beautiful the Beast and the Rebel Invazion Concert and Movie shoot at Scripts Night Club (1204 Old River Road, in the Flats, Cleveland, Ohio), on Sunday, June 3, 9 p.m.

 

 

 

 


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Jan
28/12
Meet & Greet Zima The Model Tops & Bottoms 1.29.12
Last Updated on Saturday, 28 January 2012 12:43
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Saturday, January 28th, 2012


Booking ZIMA contact: Ms. Cream, 216-236-3906models@tetentertainment.com (serious inquiries only), must have budget ready and details of job at the time of phonecall or email.

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Jan
27/12
216 Temptation (official Promo Video)
Last Updated on Friday, 27 January 2012 11:47
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Friday, January 27th, 2012


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Dec
19/11
Lollipop- Interview (Hip-Hop Model)
Last Updated on Monday, 19 December 2011 01:09
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Monday, December 19th, 2011

THE REBEL LIFE

Lollipop, Lollipop

Houston’s newest sexpot gives you something sweet to suck on

 

By GEZUS ZAIRE

Rebel Life Media/www.ClevelandHipHop.net

Lollipop’s Stats

 

Age: 18

Height: 5-6 ½

Birthday: May 13

Hometown: Houston

 

This sexy video vixen on the rise, uses her body as a weapon to slay all male comers. When Lollipop shakes it you will look and at the end of it all, she will have your manhood shook.

 

Zaire: So you are starring in an upcoming music video. Tell the people about it.

 

Lollipop: I’m starring in an upcoming video with Lil Ronny MothaF, an upcoming Dallas rapper, in his

New single “Booty,” releasing in January 2012. Ronny MothaF is a close friend of mine and came to me personally about being a part of his video. He is a very funny, outgoing person to be around and work with so of course I said yes off the back.

 

Zaire: You do your thing on the twerk side. What made you start making twerk videos?

 

Lollipop: [Laughs] it’s crazy because I used to just play around and dance, but I learned a lot of things when I use to work at a strip club and it led to me loving to dance. I then started recording myself and posting my videos. People loved it so as I progressed in dancing I started wanting to do video shoots with artists and it’s something my photographer Renell helped me with. So far within one month I’ve been featured in two videos.

 

Zaire: What do you love most about your body and what turns you on most about yourself?

 

Lollipop: The thing I love most about my body is [that] getting what I want will never be a problem and men lust behind it. I use what I have to get what I want. [What turns me on is] when I dance and knowing that a lot of women in general would kill to have a body like mine.

 

Zaire: What is the best thing about being a black woman and how do you plan on using that thing to accomplish your goals in life?

 

Lollipop: The best thing about being a black woman I can say is that people have higher expectations for you and that it’s a struggle to make it farther in life, but being a black woman with the strong ancestors we have makes me work hard to get where I need to be to succeed. I plan on using those things by applying myself harder even through good or bad times. I will look back and see that some people didn’t even get the chance to live long enough to make it to where I am and motivate myself to never give up and accomplish my goals. Every black woman was made to be strong, nothing should be strong enough to break you down and make you any less of a beautiful black queen.

(This interview is the official property of Rebel Life Media and www.ClevelandHipHop.net)

 

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Nov
14/11
Ebony James Singing 1+1 (Live Footage)
Last Updated on Monday, 14 November 2011 02:07
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Monday, November 14th, 2011


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Oct
30/11
101 with Temptation (Hip-Hop Model)
Last Updated on Sunday, 30 October 2011 09:02
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Sunday, October 30th, 2011

By GEZUS ZAIRE
Rebel Life Media/www.ClevelandHipHop.net

Temptation.
We often pray to not be led into it, but in this case men from all over Cleveland dive into it, all while leaving a paper trail that features famous American men such as Benjamin Franklin and Ulysses S. Grant. Stippers, pole technicians, exotic dancers and members of the gentlemen’s ballet (whatever name works for you) normally don’t do interviews. Many don’t want the general public to know what they do, while most writers would rather not delve into what many consider is the dark side.
Temptation isn’t an average shameful stripper, she’s a true entertainer. As for myself, I’m not your average writer, I’m a rebel and I am bringing you Temptation.

Zaire: So they say that sex sells. What’s the sexiest thing that sells about you?

Temptation: The sexiest thing that sells about me is my personality. I’m just so cool, funny, laid back and comfortable with myself. I’m not afraid to sit back and speak my mind, whether people like it or not.

Zaire: How long have you been performing in Cleveland and what’s the life like being a dancer in the city?

Temptation: I’ve been performing in Cleveland for almost three years. Being a dancer is cool, I enjoy doing what I do because I like dancing and getting money. The money comes so fast and it feels so good to know that everything I have, I worked hard for and I did it on my own.

Zaire: When did you first consider the profession and what made you think about doing it in the beginning?

Temptation: I first considered dancing when I started kicking it at after hour spots and seen dancers just making so much money. They were making [what I made in] my paycheck in one day (laughs). The money had me thinking about doing it from the beginning.

Zaire: What is the hardest part about the business? What is it that people don’t know about, that bugs most dancers?

Temptation: The hardest part about the business is having to put up with people who don’t really respect us because they feel as if were degrading ourselves. Everything is a hustle. All dancers do not do drugs, prostitute etc. The whole purpose of dancing is to get this money, stack it up, invest and get out of the game. You can’t dance forever. So many dancers get so caught up in the game that this is all they know. Also, another hard part is having a relationship. We’re still women. We want to be treated with respect and of course have a great backbone for support. It takes a very strong man to deal with his woman working all night, dancing half naked on another man’s lap. Anyone can come see his lady naked and of course [there’s] the gossip, but if you were with her before she started dancing a lot of things shouldn’t be so intense as if you met her while she was dancing. Either way it goes it still is hard to maintain a relationship.
What people may not know about what bugs most dancers is them damn heels, yeah we’re trying to be cute, but trust, our feet be killing us (laughs).
Zaire: OK, so you talked about having a man to treat you right when he knows that you dance. Have you had luck with that? If you were a man, do you think that you could deal with it?

Temptation: Yes I have had luck with it. I knew him years before I started dancing and even though I’m not with him [anymore] we’re still cool and I have so much respect and love for him because he tolerated so much and never changed or treated me any different. If I was a man I think I could deal with it to a certain extent. I’m kind of a jealous type so I definitely wouldn’t come to her job. I’m not one to believe everything I hear so communication is the key. But if I’m not willing to pay her bills then I can’t complain too much. But I just know she better have something going for herself besides dancing.

Zaire: I know you have come across women who are judgmental of strippers but when they go to the club they dance just like one. Do you find humor in that?

Temptation: Yes. I think it’s so funny when I go to the club and see women dancing like strippers. If you didn’t know I danced you’d think the girl going hard (who isn’t the stripper) was the stripper and I’m just in there kicking it (laughs). [They’re often] the first ones being so judgemental about what dancers do. The only difference is we get paid to do what they do for free (laughs).

Zaire: Some people have their limitations and others don’t. Are there certain things u won’t do as a dancer. What’s taking it too far in your eyes?

Temptation: Yes there are certain things I won’t do as a dancer. [One of those things is to] sale my body for money. Money is never that important that I have to put a price on myself. If that’s how some of these dancers get down, that’s their business but I won’t lower my standards. It may take longer making money dancing than lying on my back, but that’s fine with me. I’m still going to get mine.

Zaire: Do you perform intimately with women? Some women do it and say that they are not bi-sexual or lesbian. What’s your take on that?

Temptation: Yes I perform intimately with women as well. You don’t have to be bi nor a lesbian it’s a part of my job so I don’t discriminate if women are just as attracted to me or would like a dance. I’m actually flattered.

Zaire: So what are the limitations with a woman?

Temptation: I still expect women to respect me just like I expect men to. There’s no difference.

Zaire: How similar is dancing to acting? How often is a dancer turned on by a client, or is she more turned on by her own performance?
Temptation: Dancing and acting is similar because we’re selling a fantasy. You’re turned on by a client depending on how drunk you are (laughs) . Just playing, but in this profession you don’t get personal you entertain the client and let them be turned on by you.

Zaire: A lot of married men frequent strip clubs. Some wives don’t mind but many don’t know. Have you ever entertained a person and then saw them in person with their wife, or girlfriend even?

Temptation: Yes I’m not sure if their wife or girlfriend knows they be in there, but if they acknowledge me first then I’ll speak, otherwise I won’t. It’s only respectful. I don’t want to come off as being fake or phony outside of work but I don’t want to get him into trouble (laughs). There’s been times when they come back saying, “Good looking. My girl would’ve tripped and asked where I knew you from.”

Zaire: Tell the readers where they can follow you online and what to look out for in the future from Temptation.

Temptation: Follow me on Twitter @216Temptation. I have a lot of things going on. I’m so excited but can’t speak on it. Just be ready.

(This interview is the official property of Rebel Life Media and www.ClevelandHipHop.net)

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Oct
12/11
Yani Boo (HipHop Model)
Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 October 2011 12:49
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Wednesday, October 12th, 2011

THE REBEL LIFE
Whatever happened to Yaniboo?
Former Cleveland based rapper turns in mic for books and the runway

By GEZUS ZAIRE
Rebel Life Media/www.ClevelandHipHop.net

The year was 2009 when I met, three bubbly girls who boldly called themselves Bad Bitches ENT. The appointed spokesperson of the rap group was an ambitious teenaged high school junior known as Yaniboo.
After an appearance in Cleveland’s rap documentary “Rapland 216” (2010), that featured the likes of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Ray Cash and Chip tha Ripper, some thought the trio would go on to make records and become one of the city’s hottest new acts.
Fast forward to 2011 and Bad Bitches ENT. have been erased from most people’s memory. Despite the amicable breakup the girls are all doing well. Yaniboo is still showing ambition, but on a different front.
She’s transformed from hood chick to college girl and is in the beginning of a new career in modeling.

Zaire: You’ve been studying at Akron and you’re entering your sophomore year. How has college been?

Yani: College is great I love it here. I’ve always loved school, so put me in any college and I’ll make the best out of it. I received a scholarship for $1,000 for having done so good my freshman year, so as far as I’m concerned college is going great.

Zaire: You’re attempting to overcome a lot of barriers in life. Most black women from the hood in Cleveland find themselves in poverty, messed up relationships with children and no husbands. How have you focused to not fall into that trap? ¬ ¬

Yani: I come from a family of five and all my life growing up my mom always made sure my sister and I attended school every day because she had not done that with my older brothers and sisters.
Everyone has a turning point in their life and mines happened in the ninth grade. I was heading down the wrong path and I took a wrong turn but my mother was not about to let me crash. So instead she sent me to live with my father, which I did not like at first, but looking back it was the best thing I could have ever did.
Like I said previously I always loved school and in the ninth grade I started out [at] Glenville High School. [I was] hanging with the wrong people so moving to Elyria with my father got me back on track. [It kept] me focused to head in the right direction.

Zaire: So what are you majoring in at Akron?

Yani: My major is English and Communications right now. But I want to change it to English and Paralegal Studies. Akron does not have Paralegal Studies but they are rapidly growing so they might pick it up eventually. I want to become a Criminal Lawyer.

Zaire: You first entered the scene as a member of a group. Talk about that group and where it is today?

Yani: I was with the group Bad Bitches ENT. We were young and rapping had always been a passion of mine. Well something I enjoyed doing anyways. The other girls liked doing it as well but we eventually went our separate ways because two out of the three of us attend Akron. Our other group member went on to attend Toledo. Bad Bitches ENT is nothing more than a memory now. A good memory though. Today I do some featuring on songs but I am more focused on my future career. I do a lot more of modeling now as well.

Zaire: Let’s talk about your new calling. You’ve been modeling for Purple Plane. Tell us about that.

Yani: Well it’s really funny how I met them. This guy approaches me asking me would I like to do a photo shoot and so on. Of course I’m thinking no thanks. They came by my house to fit me for their clothes and I could see their dedication and passion when I got to the first photo shoot. I then began to see how truly motivated and dedicated they were.
Purple Plane turned out to be one of the best things that happened to me. Purple Plane is not just a clothing line but it is a movement. Purple represents the color of royalty and a plane takes you from one destination to another. So what Purple Plane means is that, you are the king or queen of your destination. The designers are Tru’Maine Neal and Tylon Allen. They are truly incredible people and they themselves represent [positivity].

Zaire: At the end of the day when you lay your head down, how do you feel about where you are in life?

Yani: I am very thankful and grateful to have made it where I am. I am only 20 years of age but not too many can say they’ve been where I’ve been or done what I have done. My life is heading in the right direction I just have to remain focused and stay on the right path. I thank God for letting me overcome the things I have been through. Had I not overcome them, I would not be where I am today. I’ve acquired more knowledge and new skills and I continue to do that because life is a learning lesson. I learn from my mistakes and grow from them.

(This interview is the official property of Rebel Life Media and www.ClevelandHipHop.net)

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Aug
11/11
1 on 1 With Wurkk’Sum “Dallas Twerk Dancer” (Interview)
Last Updated on Thursday, 11 August 2011 12:35
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Thursday, August 11th, 2011

THE REBEL LIFE

Wurkk’Sum twerks something for the cause

Dallas dancer shows that there is unity in Dallas hip-hop community

 

By GEZUS ZAIRE

Rebel Life Media/www.ClevelandHipHop.net

 

I told you all at the beginning of The Rebel Life series, that we would sometimes feature folks from other cities than Cleveland. Wurkk’Sum has brought happiness to thousands in the Dallas area and on Youtube.

How?

She is a twerkin’ sensation. A slimmy with a donk – what is supposed to be an oxymoron like chicken fried steak, dark light or old news. It doesn’t make sense when you think about it, but when you see this under 20 but over 18-year-old twerker at work there is no debate. And before you naysayers open your mouth, it’s not fake. No extra padding, this hind is as authentic as the bar-b-que sauce at B&M.

The moral of this interview is that twerkers are good for something besides arousal. They actually serve as great marketing tools for independent rappers. Cleveland, pay close attention to the keywords we use in this story such as unity and family and let’s learn from our southern friends. Ass shaking and hip-hop are great, but if we are all divided and only looking out for self, then it’s all for nothing.

 

Zaire: Tell us in Cleveland about club life in Dallas and the role that you play? ­­

 

WS: Club life in Dallas is crazy. No matter what club you go to in Dallas, it’s always jumping. Us Dallas people know how to party. My role is a promoter and a twerker

 

Zaire: In so many cities you hear about how black people are against each other, but in Dallas it’s always talk about unity. How has your city figured it out, where so many others are far behind when it comes to sticking together?­­

 

WS: Well in my opinion Dallas is like a big family. We try to help each other out as much as possible. You are not going get nowhere if you’re bringing the next person down.

 

Zaire: The twerkin’ phenomenon is big on Youtube and at the club. How did you get introduced to it? ­­

 

WS: Well twerkin’ has always been something I did since [I was] 13 at parties, but I can say I just start shaking my ass by myself (laughs).

 

Zaire: Is it true that the twerkers play as big a role as radio djs by helping rappers get their music out? For example you can put a video out and get 10,000 views in a few days.

WS: Yes we do. People watch our videos to see us twerk. As they are watching it, they catch on to the song we’re dancing to. I had a video with over 50,000 views.

 

Zaire: Ok here’s a question I’m sure you have heard before. Twerkin’ can appear to be similar to stripping. What keeps you from taking it all the way there?

 

WS: The difference in twerkin’ and stripping is we don’t take off our cloths and it’s a big difference in the two which people should understand. I keep twerkin’ because it’s a self thing. I just like twerkin’ for fun. Not knocking strippers but I’d rather keep my clothes on.

 

Zaire: As a twerker do you get paid to make club appearances in Dallas?

 

WS: Yeah I have a couple of times. But if you don’t put yourself out there, nobody will want to want book you.

 

Zaire: What song have you helped make famous out of your area due to twerkin’?­

 

WS: “Twurkk Lil Mama” by WeWurkk

 

Zaire: Have any of your fans noticed you in public? If so, what was the exchange like between you and them?­­

 

WS: (Laughs) Yes. It’s scary to me because I remember a time I was in Walmart and I heard somebody bust out and say “Wurkk’Sum!” (Laughs) I was like, “What the fuck?” But most of my fans come up to me at clubs.

 

Zaire: How are you presented in clubs? Are you on stage, or just part of the crowd? Give us a visual of what goes down when Wurkk’Sum shakes the club up?

 

WS: I’m presented as a regular person. Sometimes I dance on stage or on the dance floor with my girls. I’d rather be on the dance floor. That’s where it gets real.

 

Zaire: How do the fellas contain themselves when dancing with you? Has anything ever gotten real crazy?­­

 

WS: I always turn the fellas heads when I’m twerkin’. Yes some crazy things have happened while I was twerkin’. Not going to talk about it.

 

Zaire: Guess what goes on in Dallas stays in Dallas. In closing this interview, what can the world expect from Wurkk’Sum throughout the rest of this year?­

 

WS: A lot of promoting and more ass shaking (laughs).

 

Zaire: Thanks a lot and maybe we will see you in Cleveland twerkin’ sooner than later.

 

WS: Yes hopefully.

 

(This interview is the official property of Rebel Life Media and www.ClevelandHipHop.net)

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