Last night I got into it with pseudo-celebrity in Atlanta Diamond aka Brittany Nicole Carpenter, formerly of Crime Mob. I won’t bore you with details, but someone inquired to me if Diamond was pregnant after I had taken a shot I thought was beautiful of the up and comer and posted it on twitter.
Being the blogger that I am I asked her if she was preggers, or if there was anything she wanted to share with me for an exclusive. It seems you should never question a non-pregnant women about whether or not they’re pregnant because Diamond’s response was anything but lady like.
Go to her time-line and mine to see our back and fourth. It was ugly, and in looking back I wish I didn’t allow her to get under my skin, and get me to say the things that I really don’t mean, but it is what it is.
However, in thinking about it all night and even sleep on it, taking the high road is so overrated. So I figured I compile a little list on the reasons why Diamond will NEVER make it in the game of rap as a viable artist:
1. Her Rhymes: Has anyone actually listened to a Diamond rap verse? Her female pioneers would surely come back from the past, tie her down and expose her real hair for the bullshit she puts out. And what’s what the “Ms. 32 Flavas?” Chick you are barely one flavor let alone 32. Get over yourself, go back to the art of writting good rhymes — not that you had that skill to begin with but lets give it the ole college try. Oh wait..she barely graduated high school. A post secondary education isn’t in likely in the cards.
2. Her hair: Let’s keep it real. No rapper with the exception of Lil Kim and Nicki Minaj has been able to amass national, and international success with such a horrible wig, lacefront, or extensions. Blond hair on black women is about an epic fail as black chicks who rock blue contacts lenses. Its out dated, and a corny.
How about Diamond sit in the salon from her new video and get a more modern looks.
3. Her “faux” relationship: Lil Scrappy? Do we really need to examine that. Stevie Wonder, if he cared, could see this relationship is about as real as Star Jones and Al Reynolds.
4. Billboard Charts: When the last time Diamond had a hit record? And no we aren’t counting Ludacris “My Chick Bad” remix — I mean a stand alone record? Take your time I will wait. But you’d be hard press to find any.
Be sure to check back later this week for more examples on why I feel Diamond of ATL is more like a piece of charcoal that’s rough around the edges, and years away, from anything in the neighborhood of a “diamond.”
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