From One Daughter to Another Maia Campbell

In recent weeks, we have seen videos of the beautiful actress Maia Campbell resurface. Her behavior on these videos is a visual of a chemically imbalanced brain, and the aftermath it causes because of self medication. As I watched this video, I cried. I cried because I remember watching this Nubian Barbie doll on a show called, “In The House,”in the house

and thinking how lucky could she be to work with L.L. Cool J, and have author BeBe Moore as her mother.bebe moore

I wanted to be you; the majority of Teenage Black Girls at that time, wanted to be you. Maia Campbell, you represented us.  Black Girls Rock, and our Magic is being showcased like never before. You should be a part of that magic.

As it’s often quoted on the television show, Intervention by phenomenal Addiction Specialist; I ask that you, “Accept the gift that is being offered to you.”

L.L. is reaching out to you because He has not forgotten about you. God hasnot forgotten about you. There are many forgotten people on those streets you playing in. Get help so that you can come back to the streets and help them.

Ginger’s ThoughtsMaia, I’m not a celebrity, but I am a daughter of a mentally ill mother. I grew up never knowing who my mother was going to be. Some days she was Clara Huxtable, and other days; she was Mama Dearest.  Her illness, and not receiving the help she needed; resulted in to me growing up too early.  It’s never, ever, good, for a child to grow up too early.  I have issues that I have to work on everyday; and in spite of all of the negative things that I can type about my mother, at the end of the day, she’s still my mother and I love her. I love her, and I will beat the hell out of any person that talks about her. Maia, your daughter will do the same because she loves you; but STOP giving her negative things to fight over you about. Stop making her embarrassed, shameful, and unloved, every time she hears or sees your name. Heal yourself so that you can heal her. I am praying for you’re healing, and I am praying that God touches the people who are exploiting you in this season of your life. They have troubled your family; May God trouble them. Soon:)

Thank you L.L. Cool J. for reaching out and trying to help this mother. I’m not going to post those videos on my site. If you want to check them out for educational purposes I’ll provide the link to Bossip.com.

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Erase Her Memory

I found this article published on June 27, 2017 by Saraschaefer. In Adams CO., Indiana, 23 year old Andrew Taylor, son of Berne’s police chief Tim Taylor, was given three years of home detention and five years of probation after pleading guilty to molesting the family’s 13 years old foster child.

23 years old Andrew Taylor asked his 13 years old foster sister to perform oral sex on him, and he says that she agreed. I don’t know if that’s true because she was not in court; and in addition, she; nor legal counsel, was present during this trial.

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Ginger’s Thoughts – I’m BLACK! Unfortunately I’ve become accustomed to hearing unjust verdicts, especially when the police department is involved. It boggles me to read that same type of injustice delivered to a 13 years old tween. This police chief, Tim Taylor, did not uphold the “protect and serve” quote within his own home! His family took in a girl that was already in the foster care system. This means that she didn’t have parents. This means that she didn’t have a home of her own. God only knows what this child has already been through, and in a house that should have been the safest one in Adams, CO., Indiana, she was being used as a personal blowup doll for the police chief’s son; pedophile, Andrew Taylor.

I pray that the family that has taken this child in be the family that God has ordained to erase all the hurtful memories of her past. May her life be beautiful from this day forward!

To the Taylor family. Y’all messed up big time! Enjoy this last laugh because….

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We, she; are the biblical quote; “when my mother and father forsake me, then the Lord will take me up!” We are literally God’s children; and our lives are supernatural! When you Bless us, God allows your life to be Blessed, and when you curse us, God turns his head when hell is opened in and on your household. She and I will read about it. #FACT

 

 

Kodak Light

Women have it hard! I mean, for us; the quote, “Beauty is Pain,” is literal!  A man can get a date with a $25.00 haircut, wearing a white V-neck T-shirt and jeans; but not us…..No,No,No, No…NO! We have to have our hair tight, our nails tight, our girdle tight, underneath our tight clothes, with our feet tight, in our tight shoes, wearing a tight smile! If we want to get a date; we have to be on our A game, and gentlemen let me tell you; it get’s exhausting sometimes!

I read the comment Kodak Black shared and I understand why he wasn’t handled in New Orleans because the real soldiers are locked up on trump chargers (did y’all catch that)!

Back to this boy, I could have respected his opinion if in fact he had one, but he didn’t.  I’m not going to put his Willie Lynch comments on my post, but you can feel free to read it for yourself on TheGrio.com. Thank you WikipediA for providing this image of this stage boy.

Ginger’s Thoughts – How you make your money with the mike is cool, but what you do with the mike when the beat ain’t dropping is something else! You have a responsibility Mr. Octave. You have a responsibility to love yourself first, because people with your skin color were tortured so that you could one day have a “stage” name. You have a responsibility Mr. Octave to not tear down our sisterhood! We’ve come to far with our shapes, our sizes, our hair, our skin tones, and our generational insecurities for you to make us go back to not genuinely loving one another again. God gave you a mike and you’re trying to keep us scattered, SO; may God take that mike away from you until you learn how to SPEAK! And please, remove the Black from your name because you’re not worthy enough to carry it.

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