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K Monifah Cole is gonna be in a Tyler Perry movie one day. Mark my words. Shes gonna play a Tasha Smith’s country cousin who falls in love with the local mentor at the Boys & Girls club (played by Pooch Hall) who uses the fatherless children to sell drugs. But her love, Jesus, and a Tyrese song will prevail in the end.
WHY SHOULD KIDS ASPIRE TO BE ANYTHING OTHER THAN REALITY STARS?
There were many people in an uproar following the debut of the June/July VIBE 2012 ‘Sexy Issue. The headline read “MEET YOUR ROLE MODELS” and across the front were four scantily clad, reality starlets. I slightly cringed at this statement but sadly, to a certain degree, I agreed.
This is a world where you can instantly become famous. Upload a video to YouTube and you could be the next Justin Bieber, leak a sex tape and you’re the next KimK. Or the ultimate aspiration realty TV. Shows like Dancing With the Stars revived the careers of a few, and outlets like Jersey Shore, Love & Hip Hop and Basketball Wives catapulted the lives of the unknown.
We’ve witnessed everyday people go from “who’s that?” to hanging with the who’s who of Hollywood. Becoming actors, spokespersons, hosts, singers, designers, and models. Some without knowing how the spell ‘school’ let alone attend one. Gaining success by fist pumping their way to the top, hooking up with a rapper or athlete, or just by being a raunchy, mean girl with no talent.