Spotlight on Recording Artist "KMichelle"

Do you remember R Kelly's artist KMichelle ? If not, you can catch her on the New VH1 show "LOVE & HIP HOP ATLANTA."The show airs on Monday @ 8pm. Check your local listings for showtimes in your area.
Stay tuned...This show has no filters!! People are being exposed and the truth is coming out....I love it !! 3.5 million viewers.....LETS GO!!!!

Photo: The ladies of "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta." Left to right: K. Michelle, Karlie, Rasheeda, Mimi, Joseline and Erica. Credit: VH1

There is something different about this talented recording artist, KMichelle.... One word A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! Her music is contagious!!! I can't stop playing it!!! She is the TRUTH!! I feel her pain in every song she sings. I pray her music is healing her inside because I know her voice & music is healing to others....Keep doing your thing Ms. K. I love your work and will continue to support you! God Bless.
K Michelle's music speaks for itself.... NO AUTO TUNE! Don't sleep on her!!!

Rodney King, dead at 47 years old

According to ABC/Yahoo News : Rodney King, who is known world wide from the videotaped beating by Los Angeles Police in 1991 that sparked the L.A. riots, was found dead at his Rialto, California home on Sunday.

According to police, King was found by his fiance, Cynthia Kelley, at the bottom of the swimming pool, in their home in California. A call was made to police at 5:25am this morning . When police arrived, CPR was done but King was unresponsive. His Fiance stated that King was drinking and smoking marijuana all night.

I pray that the paramedics came before the police. I hope this story was reported wrong and the paramedics tried to revive him and not the police. If it was the police... you already knew how this was going to end..... I'm just saying......

Rodney will be truly missed and your message "CAN WE ALL JUST GET ALONG" will live on forever.
Sending prayers to your family and friends. God Bless you!

Happy Father's Day!

Happy Father's Day to all the dedicated Father's and Single Mother's who are struggling to raise their kids by yourself. I praise you for all your hard work! Stay Strong! God Bless You all!

Studying for my finals!

So I decided to take a few minutes to blog and listen to some music on Pandora before
hitting the books again. I am currently in Term 3 of my Nursing Program, which is 1/2 way through. Six more months and I'm done! It's not easy but it's worth it... Just to see my patients smile everyday is priceless! If anyone else is doing Nursing, give me a shout out... Peace and God Bless!! (:
To be able to heal with my hands and my heart is the greatest purpose of my life!

Brea Renee

Actress/Comedian Yvette Wilson dies at age 48.

Yvette Wilson a.k.a. "Andell" from Moesha and
The Parkers has passed on tonight from cervical cancer.

I'm so sad to hear and announce the passing of one my favorite TV -Actress/Comedian, Yvette Wilson, 48, a.k.a "Andell" from the hit shows The Parkers & Moesha and movies- Friday & House Party 2 & 3. Her battle with stage 4 cervical cancer has ended.

A friend, Jeffrey Pittle, who was also a cancer survivor, created a website for Yvette Wilson @ to help raise $25,000 to get her cancer treatment, but was only able to raise $13,599. This money was also needed for medical supplies and transportation to and from medical facilities. Ms. Wilson was not only battling cervical cancer but was in need of a kidney transplant as well.

Yvette, May the Angels guide you to heaven because you are cancer free now! My heart and prayers goes out to her family, friends and fans. She will truly be missed! xoxo

Please ladies and gents, continue to get your routine check-ups. It is better to prevent than to find a cure.

God Bless!

Brea Renee

Here's a scene from Friday with Chris Tucker and Ice Cube!

Shar Jackson, her Moesha co-star announced her passing on Twitter…

The McClain Sisters new song "RISE"

Show your support for the beautiful and talented @McclainSisters and buy their song
Thanks for your support! xx

NAACP needs your help with fighting for justice for Trayvon Martin!!

A letter from NAACP:
All of last week, I was in Sanford, Florida, pursuing justice for Trayvon
Martin. I listened to community concerns about the Sanford Police Department,
and stood with Trayvon's parents and 30,000 others in Sanford, a town with only
50,000 residents.Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton have been pillars of
courage. Like Mamie Till after the brutal murder of her son Emmett, Tracy and
Sybrina have stood and shown the world what hate and violence have done to their
child, and the nation and the world have responded. Their leadership has
resulted in a global movement for justice for Trayvon and, most recently, in the
appointment of a special prosecutor to review their son's case.The
Seminole County branch of the NAACP has played a critical role in igniting this
movement for justice in Sanford. For more than 24 years, Seminole County NAACP
President Turner Clayton has served as a community leader, holding the city of
Sanford accountable and responsive to community concerns. On Thursday – in light
of pressure from Mr. Clayton and the branch to step aside – Sanford Police Chief
Bill Lee temporarily resigned from his post.The actions of you and
millions of others like you have already helped get the wheels of justice in
motion. We know Trayvon and his family have been in your thoughts and
prayers.Now stand up publicly and send those thoughts to Florida
State Attorney Angela Corey, who will be overseeing the grand jury
It is clear that the Sanford police have
badly mishandled the investigation into Trayvon's death. The routine mishandling
of similar cases by police, prosecutors and judges has eroded the Sanford
community's trust and fueled the perception that justice for our young men and
boys is of little consequence to law officials.Now, our most important
task is to make sure that the state's attorney assigned to this case will handle
it with passion and an eye for justice.Join our open call for justice
for Trayvon and our children:
strength of this community gives me hope that justice will indeed be achieved in
Sanford. In the face of tragedy, the community has banded together and continues
to raise its collective voice for justice.Trayvon's family, the Sanford
community and the world lost a precious gift in Trayvon. Unfortunately, he is
not the only young person we've lost to senseless violence. Across the country,
our precious sons and daughters are being sacrificed all too frequently, with
justice arriving far too infrequently, if ever.We won't let it continue
to happen. We will keep speaking out, and we will keep raising our voices for
Trayvon and for all of our precious children.
Let your voices be heard! Thank you for your support!!

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