Ohhhhhh shit, I just went ahead and played that “Exclusive,” versions fast and slow, back to back to back to back to back like it was MTB4 Season 1 again. Oh yeah, I’m amp’d up and ready for some good solid MTB4. Let’s get it. So I’m watching the show and Diddy comes on talking his standard shit. Hey, I appreciate it, because quite frankly, the last time I saw Diddy, it was like this:
Correct, even he couldn’t believe the level of Bitchassness that was occurring on “I Want To Work For Diddy.” And if Sean John is anything like me, he was pretty much looking like this after Episode 1 of that show.
I mean, I was SHOOK! Still am really. That shit was like a really bad non-musical video for Danity Kane’s Damaged. And just like the song says, shit was “damaged, damaged, damaged (soooo) damaged and Diddy should be the one to know, now please fix it, fix it fix it..” ok?
Now that we handed that little bit of mini beef/house keeping, we can move onto one of my favorite shows.
Issue 1: The Evolution of Dawn
So I tuned in and the first thing I see is certified thickum, D. Woods, sashaying herself across that rehearsal floor. Oh wait, that aint no D. Woods, that’s DAWN. Oh my word!!!
She is looking rizzight. Goodbye shy girl, hello Q is definitely banging that out. All in touch with that sensual side all of a sudden, huh?
Respect. Hey, I saw it coming. If memory serves, she had a bit of ahem “growth” in that regard last season. Let me dig in my archives, ah yes:
Oh yes. You gotta like someone who keeps raising the bar season to season. Which of course is the exact opposite of what Aubrey is doing, but we’ll get there later. Anyway, every man loves the day when he first peeps that layer of thick laid up on top of strong woman. Her day might be here. I’ll have to keep an eye on it for all of us.
Issue 2: The Return of Laurie Anne
Hilarious. And I appreciate how when Laurie Ann presents herself, MTV immediately goes to one of the finest moments in Reality TV history. Yep, that “Baby girl, I’m not taking NO interjections” speech and prompt dismissal-ass tappities Puff put on ole girl in Season 1.
So good. Then of course she starts messing with everybody. Talking shit, getting under cat’s skin. Standard issue stuff for this babe. And just as an aside, funny to see that Medium Mike is back to being “Big Mike.” Can’t wait to hear what Diddy has to say about that. Anyway, so Diddy rolls up and talks to Laurie Ann one on one. Based on the silly little grin she’s got on her face, there’s a strong likelihood that they haven’t talked since the last time Puff hit errr since the blow up where she got canned for insubordination and super-bitchassness.
Just listening to her talk to him…it just terrible dude. I mean, first off, Puff is at a loss for words. Then you’ve got Laurie Ahnt over here devolving into baby talk with goo goo and gah gah eyes. Just terrible. I mean, if nothing else, this little exchange makes me 100% certain that Puff has been tagging that since around 1993 to present. Then Puff hit her with the “All I did was put you on” rhetoric. Which is iron-clad. I mean, honestly, would ANYONE outside of the choreographers even know about her ass but for Mr. Combs? Sheeeit, Lake Arlington had more cache than this chick prior to Making the Band. She needs to pay homage or get to steppin’. But then Puff came with that “So did you miss me when you was away from me?”
lol, the proverbial knock out punch/dick in a box. I love it. Puff is back in my good graces with this display of utter pimpery. I like it. It almost makes me forget these Tranny antics over on his other show.
Almost. Glad to have this show back. It rarely fails to entertain. Oh and fellas, yeah, yall over there at Bad Boy, less of Aubrey is good for MTB4, remember that.