FIRST PICTURES OF CHANCE CHAPMAN COMBS(P. DIDDY’S FIRST DAUGHTER)


Several Photographers(Calvin Evans,FreddyO,ExclusiveAccess.net), got a chance to take the first exclusive pictures of mogul Sean ” P. Diddy” Combs’ daughter Chance Combs,who attended her father’s fashion show in Atlanta on Thursday. Up until these pictures were released, no one had seen P.Diddy’s daughter by Atlanta native Sarah Chapman . In fact, it wasn’t till last year October that P. Diddy took responsibility for his two-year-old daughter that he created while in a serious relationship with his on-and-off girlfriend Kim Porter. Diddy released this statement back in 2007 regarding Chance:

“At first, I wasn’t sure if this was my child,” he said. “Now that it has become clear she is, I will take care of her for the rest of her life.(SOURCE)

In all, Sean “P.Diddy” Combs has six children: He fathered three children with former girlfriend Kim Porter:Christian Combs(born April 1998) and twins D’Lila Star Combs and Jesse James(born December 2006). He has an adopted son from Kim Porter’s previous relationship Al B Sure named Quincy Jones Brown(born December 1991.) In addition,Diddy has a son from a previous relationship with his high school sweetheart Misa Hylton named Justin Combs (born December 1993). Chance Combs is P. Diddy’s first daughter who should be about 27 months now. She is older than the twins by three or four months. The twins will be 24 months(two years old) on December 21st.

CLICK HERE to see more pictures of the fashion show(sorry no more pictures of Chance just the show)
{Thanks to reader Tia for the tip}

BCK Says:Chance looks like her half-sisters. Doesn’t she?

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~ by blackcelebritykids on October 13, 2008.

141 Responses to “FIRST PICTURES OF CHANCE CHAPMAN COMBS(P. DIDDY’S FIRST DAUGHTER)”

  1. She’s a cute little girl. She really favors the twins

  2. LOL! I was just on another page asking for pics of Chance. Wow BCK you guys are effecient!

    …To me, she looks like an older version of D’Lila and Jesse, a cute lil girl of course.

  3. She is a splitting image of the twins, too cute!

  4. Cute little girl, I just hope her Mama have more sense than Kim Porter, to put some braces on her teeth if her mouth turns out like Puffy. I wish them well.

  5. SHe is cute! SHe looks like Christian and her sisters!

  6. I don’t think the name fits her.
    Still a little cutie tho.

  7. She is so adorable. Thank BCK for the photo of Chance.

  8. so he got a white baby momma..dats cool the girls are cute and lovin daddy i c..and did p-diddy really get involove wit tupac death…….

  9. @ Nannette:

    awww that braces comment was mean. Little girl has haters and she can barely even talk yet. Aren’t some things sacred? People’s children maybe????

  10. Pretty little girl…she and the twins favor each other alot.

  11. Her mom is not white…just a lil’ light ….lol

  12. i’m glad diddy came clean about being her father. can you imagine if they were older and met and didnt know they have the same father. diddy needs to put a glove on and quit fathering all these kids. if not he may not be around to see them grow up.

  13. FINALLY get to see her and she is SO cute !!!
    Chance’s mom is not white, Google her. Her name is Sarah Chapman.
    Now I would like to see some pictures of Diddy doting on Chance the way he does the twins. 🙂

  14. yo her and the twins look JUST alike!!…im wondering…why the mom’s name is sarah chapman combs???…did he marry her??…but that man has some serious genes

  15. She is beautiful Diddy needs to start including her in all the family stuff!! It’s his 1st daugther and she is the best looking one !!!

  16. The three girls look alike, well they are sisters and they all are just as adorable as they want to be. I hope they can be close and grow up together, they so close in age, I will to see all of them take a pic together.

  17. I mean I want to see all of them take a pic together

  18. She does look like the twins.

    Someone said it above, but I’d like to see a picture of Diddy bonding with her like he does with his other kids. And it would be cute to see the three girls together.

  19. she looks just l ike the twins. and if you have ever seen a pic of the mother, she favors kim too just lighter. they look like they can have the same father also. but the girls are cute. having all these kids and BMs is not whats up in 2008-2009 lets get it together

  20. I think it’s disgusting for Diddy to have so many children with different women, what is he teaching his sons???

  21. Chance is as beautiful as she wants to be. Diddy has some strong genes. Hopefully all of the chldren all will be able to bomd as siblings.

  22. I think she’s waaaaay cuter than the others. Just my opinion.

  23. Shes so cute. She looks simliar to the twins but has more of her fathers features.

  24. I LIVE IN ATLANTA AND WENT TO THE FASHION SHOW AT MACY’S LENOX. IT WAS NICE. BUT I I DON’T HAVE A LOT OF ADMIRATION FOR DIDDY AFTER I HEAR HIS STAFF DISMISSED A LITTLE MIXED BOY BECAUSE HE WAS NOT “BLACK ENOUGH” TO BE FEATURED IN THE SHOW. THE KID WHO IS PART BLACK AND EITHER CHINESE OR JAPANESE IS A PROFESSIONAL MODEL IN ATLANTA. I HEARD ON THE RADIO FROM HIS MOM THAT HE WAS DEVASTATED THAT ALL THE OTHER KIDS GOT PICKED. SHE WAS PISSED TO SAY THE LEAST BECAUSE HE IS ALWAYS TOO THIS OR THAT OR TOO EXOTIC FOR THE WHITES. NOW HIS OWN BLACK RACE DROPPED HIM FOR THE SAME REASON. SHE WAS ON SOME TALK SHOW. ANYWAY I GUESS IT IS BECOMING KNOWN THAT HIS STAFF ONLY HIRES BROWN SKINNED MODELS AND ONE OR TWO WHITE OR NON WHITE. HE IS DEFINATELY ABOUT KEEPING IT REAALL BLACK! I GUESS I WON’T BE BUYING ANY SEAN JOHN CAUSE I AM MIXED TOO. SORRY SEAN.

  25. I have also noticed this trend but I don’t think is is Diddy’fault. It is his people. They should be ashamed hurting some little kid’s feelings like this.

  26. Cute little girl. She resembles her twin sisters.

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  28. AIN’T THAT SOME %&#* SEAN NEEDS TO HIRE MIXED MODELS TOO! THEY ARE USUALLY THE PRETTIEST! POOR LITTLE BOY BET HE IS CUTE LIKE KIMORA’S KIDS!

  29. All of his girls are adorable. I don’t think she’s cuter than the twins at all.

  30. I hope it’s not true about Diddy hiring only Black child models.
    How could it be ? At least 4 of his biological kids come from mixed-race mothers. And may all of the kids have “mixed” mothers. Neither Kim Porter nor Sarah Chapman appear to be fully black and I have seen Kim’s mother and am 99% sure she isn’t Black. His first baby’s mother, Misa Hilton-Brym might also be biracial because she sure looks it !

  31. It is true. He is trying to make a point. HE HIRES BROWN SKINNED MODELS ONLY CEPT FOR A FEW TOKENS. I feel for that poor little boy in Atlanta. Those handles should have been more sensitive since a child was involved.

  32. Anybody know who that kid is? I heard he works for Macy’s in Atlanta? Does he do anything else?

  33. I HEARD ON AN ATLANTA RADIO STATION HIS NAME IS CHRISTOPHER.

  34. I don’t know who said that Chance’s name is not appropriate. I however think her mom named her chance because that is exactly what she and everyone that sleeps with Diddy takes. She is lucky the chance she took resulted in a beautiful little girl and not vd. It’s like she won the lottery instead of a death sentence.

    I have to say all though Diddy’s kids are beautiful having all those kids by all those different women just goes to show, just because he made a better life for himself financially that it hasn’t change his low opinion of himself. It is really sad. I hope he realize he is

  35. worthy of more than making music,babies and having sex.

  36. I LIVE IN ATLANTA AND WENT TO THE FASHION SHOW AT MACY’S LENOX. IT WAS NICE. BUT I I DON’T HAVE A LOT OF ADMIRATION FOR DIDDY AFTER I HEAR HIS STAFF DISMISSED A LITTLE MIXED BOY BECAUSE HE WAS NOT “BLACK ENOUGH” TO BE FEATURED IN THE SHOW. THE KID WHO IS PART BLACK AND EITHER CHINESE OR JAPANESE IS A PROFESSIONAL MODEL IN ATLANTA. I HEARD ON THE RADIO FROM HIS MOM THAT HE WAS DEVASTATED THAT ALL THE OTHER KIDS GOT PICKED. SHE WAS PISSED TO SAY THE LEAST BECAUSE HE IS ALWAYS TOO THIS OR THAT OR TOO EXOTIC FOR THE WHITES. NOW HIS OWN BLACK RACE DROPPED HIM FOR THE SAME REASON. SHE WAS ON SOME TALK SHOW. ANYWAY I GUESS IT IS BECOMING KNOWN THAT HIS STAFF ONLY HIRES BROWN SKINNED MODELS AND ONE OR TWO WHITE OR NON WHITE. HE IS DEFINATELY ABOUT KEEPING IT REAALL BLACK! I GUESS I WON’T BE BUYING ANY SEAN JOHN CAUSE I AM MIXED TOO. SORRY SEAN.

  37. What difference do it make which one is cuter,. they all are cute. DAMN!

  38. Mimosa, no black person is “fully black.”

  39. It is ashamed that Diddy parades around the town with he and Kim Porter’s little girls, and takes to magazines claiming that the twins changed his life forever, but yet he is never seen displaying this same type of open affection toward little Chance. As far as the mixed race child model, overall, mixed race children are in demand for magazines, television, shows, and often are depicted to represent black children. This mother is whining over the fact that her child wasn’t chosen, while many monoracial non curly haired black children remain over looked everyday and no one vents! Yet, I truly hope Puffy’s rejection of this child wasn’t about admixture, especially being that all of his children have near recent admixture in their heritage. Perhaps this mother was just being a sore loser….

  40. First, let’s not write some random comments that state mixed models are the pretties. In what world? That’s racist!

    Second, why do people have an issue when all the models are biracial, and then another issue if all the models are black?

  41. she looks just like the twins… however, i have to say that the mother said she was so beautiful that she didn’t want her to be in the media because she will be a model.. I’m sorry but she is cute but she is not what the mother was making seem like.

  42. @Barlow, thank you. Black children are consistently being rejected by white and black media, so now everyone feels sorry for this mixed child that didn’t get a chance (no pun intended). I don’t know how old this child is, but I would suspect that in that industry, he’s going to have to get used to being rejected. We can’t win em all. Beautiful kids are dime a dozen. I don’t mean to sound insensitive to children and their feelings (I would never intentionally hurt a child), but the younger you learn to deal with disappointment, the easier it will be in life when you face them. I learned that the hard way.

    Anyway, baby girl is beautiful.

  43. You know what you people who are so called mixed or light skinned always want it about “you”… so what if the mixed kid didn’t get picked.. how many dark skinned children get rejected daily… you don’t want to buy his clothing because one kid got rejected? Because one famous man is trying to give the dark skinned people a chance, you are getting angry, get over yourself!

  44. @Tamera, I didn’t know the mama said that. I hope her child doesn’t walk around with that attitude when she gets older.

  45. Maybe this kid just didn’t have the look he intended for the show. Besides there are many designers that don’t use people of color at all –mixed or otherwise. His decision probably doesn’t have anything to do with his children or the fact that some of their mothers may be mixed. Perhaps his decision to feature more dark skinned models has to do with his personal experience as a dark skinned person. Someone stated that mixed models are prettiest, and that is probably the type of thinking that he is trying to dispel. He’s showcasing a different type of beauty–one that is often overlooked.

  46. She’s a cutie. THe twins will look just as cute when they get older. Diddy needs to get a vasectomy. Hopefully he doesn’t play favorites with his daughters.

  47. @ MELISSA , please stop posting the same comment over and over, we saw it from space the first time. IF NOTHING ELSE, AT LEAST TURN OFF YOUR CAPS PLEASE !
    P.S. “Mixed” does not = “cuter”.
    @BLUE, I know that no Black person is “fully Black” but I certainly don’t describe myself as being “part Black” or “mixed” when both my parents were Black. What I wrote was the best way I knew to describe it. Do you have a better word or way to explain it ? If so, please share. If not, please stop nitpicking.

  48. OK WTF he has another kid he is spreading his damn seed everywhere. these women are stupid as hell that’s why I am with a white man black mens got to many kids running around what the hell wrong with him but idk his momma crazy too how the hell he going to denie that beautiful lil girl and she look just like them other two but I think she is cuter them other two look a lil odd.

  49. Call it nitpicking all you want but I was simply stating a fact.

  50. HERE IS MY TWO CENTS AND MY CAPS TOO….HE NEEDS TO SHOWCASE ALL SHADES OF BLACK AND NOT JUST THE DARKER SHADES. AND I AM A DARK SKINNED EAST INDIAN!

  51. I am so glad that Sarah Chapman finally realized that she doesn’t need to keep her child from the public eye,maybe if Diddy sees she’s out in the open like this maybe he would realize his daughter needs his emotionally support just like his giving his other children and not just financial support.I hope God will continue to give Sarah the strength for her and Chance.

  52. P Diddy can’t even make up his mind on what his name is! So why is everyone freaking out that he diss a poor little bi-racial kid in Atlanta? This story is getting more attention than it deserves. I saw something on that racist FOX station.

  53. I saw that too! I think the mother needs to get a gripe. Modeling is bad for kids. If she can’t take the rejection that the modeling industry gives you then she needs to get out of the business! I am sure Sean did not make the decision to reject the lil fella.

  54. @Nessa Oh please be lying just for some attention. You really believe White men are better and don’t have a bunch of kids ??? Ever heard of K-Fed ? I hope you are seeing a therapist so you can learn to love yourself.
    P.S. No matter how white your man is, you will NEVER be. Even if you had Michael Jackson’s “skin disorder”.

    @Blue So what you’re saying is you have nothing to contribute. Keep it moving wanna be know-it-all.

    @PatelDallas Since you want to be in it : YOU AND YOUR ALL CAPS CAN GET LOST ! lol. 😀

  55. awww look at lil mama. she looks like diddy’s twin girls. sooo beautiful. say what u want about puffy, at least he takes care of his kids.

  56. Chance is a beautiful child……she has gorgeous eyes! 🙂

    And Diddy needs to get “snipped”–seriously!!! Having all those kids w/ so many different women is terrible behaviour. It’s ridiculous & sad. While he may be able to take care of all their monetary/material needs, children need so much more! Mostly time, love & attention. And they need it EVERY DAY, not just every other weekend or every once in a while. Unless they all live together in one big house, all those children aren’t getting it from him.

    Also, about the mixed race child model that was denied the job—if it’s true he only wants dark-skinned black models then why even bother w/ adding a couple of whites into it? He should tell the modeling agencies what type of people he wants and not get anybody’s hopes up that he knows he will not want in the first place.

  57. Ok Nessa, I have to say you from reading your post, you clearly have some unresolved issues. They have just as many if not more white men that have babies with lots of women.

    You are clearly misguided. My husband only has four kids and they are all with me. I second the whole K-fed thing not to mention he was with a black girl not much different than your situation. My husband has two brothers all married and only have babies with their wives, and they are all black. His parents have been together for over 30 years and if you see them you would think they just fell in love. They are my inspiration and I know because of the good example they set for the sons’ that my husband and I will continue to have a great relationship from here on out. He is as black as me. I go out with my friends more than he does. He likes to be with me and the kids as much as he can. However I on the other hand after staying home with kids all day need a break from time to time.

    The color of someone’s skin doesn’t determine happiness . No more so than have a huge bank account. If that were the case all white people would be rich and happy, yet they have as many problems as the next man. They may not be the same kind of problems, but problems all the same.

    Just so you know they have ghetto white people. They just have different names. They are called trailer trash. Happiness comes with accepting yourself the way the lord made you.

    No one person is better than the other. The only difference in a white person and a black person in a strand of DNA the contains billions of chromosomes is 1. One chromosomes. If being fair of skin was better than why are lighter skin people more at risk for skin cancer. To me that doesn’t equal superior. It just means different. For better or worse we are all here together. We are all different and different doesn’t mean better or worse, just different. Variety is the spice of life. If we were all the same the world would be a very boring place indeed.

  58. So what he didn’t pick that child, like someone wrote earlier, blacks don’t get pick for alot of things, but when a white or bi-racial person is denied something it’s all hell. It probably didn’t have anything to do with race anyway, how many models get rejected before they make it.

  59. If this information was displayed on the Fox News channel, trust me, it’s another divide and conquer method designed to cause black people to lose focus on the real issues and fight against one another. We must love, defend, and demand our people have the same rights regardless of their shade, the black family must stop being divided.

  60. SHE’S CUTE. I KNOW KIM PORTER IS PISSED LMFAOOOOO. OH WELL, DIDDY SHOULD BE ASHAMEDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD!!!!

  61. Yeah Barlow be prepared for more of that the closer we come to election time.

  62. Wow, no denying whose kid that is, after looking at the twins. They all look so much alike! Chance is so cute- an older version of the twins. I wish the all the best.

  63. Realy great post!

  64. YEP…I HAVE SEEN THOSE SEAN JOHN ADS AND SHOW AND CEPT FOR HIS OWN BOYS ALL DEM KIDS IS ETHNIC. THEY SHOULD STOP HATIN ON THE LIGHTIES AND GIVE DEM A CHANCE TOO. HAS THAT LITTLE BOY IN ATLANTA DONE ANYTHING ELSE? COULD BE THEY WAS TRYING TO GIVE LESS ATTRACTIVE KIDS A BREAK.

  65. Don’t get me started this morning lol. Some of these posts…wow! Maryamb speak the truth lol.

    Mimosa you said that Kim Porter doesn’t appear to be fully black and I simply stated that no one is fully black. I really don’t get why you have such a problem with that.

  66. Its Diddy’s damn company and he has the right to pick and choose whoever he wants to model his clothing. When everyone gets their own label, then you can choose who you want until then, give it a rest. So what he didnt pick the little boy. what about all the other white designers that dont choose brown people to be in their shows.

  67. I doubt Diddy was trying to give “less attractive” kids a break. Perhaps, the little light skinned boy wasn’t attractive enough…there’s a thought!

    I knew this post would turn into a light skinned vs dark skinned debate. For the record…I love all my people – light, dark and in between!

  68. All I have to say about the whole modeling incident is this. No matter the reason he didn’t get pick. No one model gets pick for every job. If he can’t handle being rejected then maybe he should do something else. It’s a part of life, he may as well get used to it. No one person get everything they want. God doesn’t give us everything we want because what we want is not always what we need. How many times have you wanted something and then got it only to realize that it is not all it’s cracked up to be. If his mom it stirring up trouble instead of using this situation as a valuable lesson for her son. I say she is using it more for her on purposes than anything else. Getting picked does not make you any more than not getting picked any less. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and maybe he didn’t fit the criteria they wanted. That is not a reflection of him just a matter of a difference in opinion.

    If anyone is trying to make it out to be more than that it is due to their own insecurities. I wanted to model and tried out a few times but because I am only 5’4.5 I didn’t get picked I didn’t take it personally. I can’t change my height, so I figured that if the Lord wanted me to be a model he would have made me 3.5″ inches taller.

  69. I saw the picture of the kid on Fox and he is real cute. His name is Christopher something. I think he was so cute that his looks would have been distracting. People forget that sometimes the most beautiful people are not always chosen for this reason. He suppose to model for Macy’s so I don’t think unattractive looks was the issue. I agree that Sean should have used all the kids as well as the average looking ones I saw on another photo blog.

  70. SEAN SHOULD HIRE ALL SHADES OF BLACK. I HEARD THIS ALL OVER THE PLACE AND JUST FOR THE FACTS THE GIRL HANDLING DIDDY’S BUSINESS REALLY WAS UNPROFESSIONAL. SHE TOLD THE MOTHER THAT HER SON WAS NOT ETHNIC ENOUGH! STORY TOLD. SHE SHOULD HAVE NEVER TOLD HER THE REAL REASON WHICH IS WHY THIS IS GETTING WAY OTTA HAND. SHE SHOULDA KEPT HER MOUTH SHUT AND JUST SAID HE WAS NOT SELECTED.

  71. I have to say one more thing about the whole modeling incident. If you have seen have Head of State with Chris Rock you would know exactly what Fox news is doing. We need to wake up. It is called divided and conquer. If we start letting the shade of someone skin become and issue it will always be one. If you raise above the color of someone’s skin you will see the big picture.

    We as black people don’t have all the chances to succeed, as whites because they look out for one another while we have this whole crab in the barrel thing going for us. Yet when we get a chance we have our Obamas.

    They know if we are distracted with dumb mundane things we would never see what we a really capable of doing and then being average for them would no longer good enough. Blacks have to be the best of, to make it, While we have a C average White man for president. And an even dumper trying to replace him and with a dumb sidekick to boot.

    Do you know when Barack becomes President that it will make so many people see the whole skin color lie for what it is? That is why we are seeing all these distractions. Don’t get it twisted FOX news is very basis. They clearly support McCain for president. They would rather see a dumb white, old sickly man and his dumb sidekick be elected than a smart black man. P Diddy is supporting Obama if you get enough black people angry because he said a little boy wasn’t black enough then they win.

    We have to stop falling for the okey doke. We are better than that. You just have to believe that.

  72. I am dissapointed that The Sean John folks did not hire that little boy. As far as ethnic…he certainly looked mixed to me. You could tell he was 1/2 something though.

  73. Tameka please review my above post. Mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.

  74. I think people on this post are treating Diddy like a god. He was wrong for firing that child!

  75. How was he wrong? The man is running a business. He made a business decision to target a specific group of people and felt like the young man wasn’t part of the group he was marketing to.In business you have to have a target market for your product or else you won’t have direction to make a marketing strategy. It is nothing personal. At the end of the day the man is trying to run a business. Nothing more, nothing less.

    You can see the insecurities in all the comment of the people who feel the child was wrong, or who feels it’s about time darker people are getting a chance. If that turned that focus inward they could have all Diddy has and more.

  76. Why does every post turn into a discussion about race?
    Give it a rest

  77. Its soooooo ignorant for black women to compare the sisters looks to each other. Grow up black people its 2008!!!

  78. I got engaged on my birthday yesterday!!!
    Anyway, the 1st daughter is such a cutie!!

  79. Its 2008 and blk people sre still STUCK on skin color. Instead of arguing who is black, argue about how to take you black kids to achool. Argue about the black dropout rate in America. We are screwed!!

  80. MODELING IS A CRUEL WORLD AND SEAN AND HIS PEOPLE SHOULD HANDLE KIDS DIFFERENTLY. HOPEFULLY HIS MOM EXPLAINED IT TO HIM GENTLY I CAN’T IMAGINE HAVING MY DAUGHTER REJECTED LIKE THIS.

  81. Its 2008 and blk people sre still STUCK on skin color. Instead of arguing who is black, argue about how to take you black kids to achool. Argue about the black dropout rate in America. We are a screwed group of people !!

  82. Gee Diddy needs to take care of the kids he hires to model…but then again does he take care of ALL of his own kids? Money ain’t everything. TIME is more valuable. He is so damn worldly though he don’t really care bout that child in Atlanta nor ALL his own. Boy he may get a shock when he don’t make it to heaven cause he is livin it here on earth!

  83. The model industry isn’t really about being fair and equal. It about wanting a certain look and style to go down that runway. The majority of women wear a size 12 or larger. Models are 1,2 and smaller if possible. The same thing goes for Diddy. He wants a certain look. Period. The parent shouldn’t get her child into the biz if she is worried about how the rejection will affect him. Rejection is the name of the game in the entertainment business…I’m not sayin that it wouldn’t be great for Diddy to have a range of brown skinned models, but shouldn’t we be happy that he IS employing black models 1st over all others???

  84. Wowwwwww… She looks like the D’Lila and Jessie. They could be triplets. Smh..Diddy has some strong genes. Cute little girl.

  85. sheshines I could not agree with you more. It is all apart of the entertainment industry. It is not about being nice, mean, fair or unfair it is about the look they are trying to portray. You have celebs talking all the time about their bad experiences trying out for different things. So if she and her son or taking it so personally they need to get out of the entertainment business. Why do you think so many of the celebs have drug and alcohol problems? It’s how they cope with the harshness of their business. They may get paid a ton of money, but is it worth the cost of their self worth? All this is something a parent needs to consider when they start thinking of putting their child in the entertainment business.

  86. the twins like like diddy as does christian who is say is the male version of diddy but this girl is the female version him. she the spitting image of him. its unfortunate under such circumstances that he cheated or whatever the case. but i was raised in a family of half siblings n we NEVER used the word half we r sisters no matter what the circumstance.i admit i was confused in first grade or so. like why does it have to be half. why didn’t mom just stay with dad or whatever case but by 3rd grade u c blended families and it becomes normal (adopted kids, gay couple’s who’ve adopted ect). i hope that she’ll be able to bond with her sisters and brothers the right way.

  87. the twins like like diddy as does christian who is say is the male version of diddy but this girl is the female version him. she the spitting image of him. its unfortunate under such circumstances that he cheated or whatever the case. but i was raised in a family of half siblings n we NEVER used the word half we r sisters no matter what the circumstance.i admit i was confused in first grade or so. like why does it have to be half. why didn’t mom just stay with dad or whatever case but by 3rd grade u c blended families and it becomes normal (adopted kids, gay couple’s who’ve adopted ect). i hope that she’ll be able to bond with her sisters and brothers the right way. rev run seems to have done with his fam even tho it ain easy. communication and gettin over bitterness for sake of the child is the key.

  88. I hears what all ya’ll saying but kids are just kids and if it happen to yours or mine we’d be pissed too! AND YA’LL KNOWS YOU ALL WANT YOUR KIDS TO BE DIVAS AND RAP STARS despite how cruel the industry is. THAT RIGHT YOU….AND YOU TOO…don’t lie.

    Black people need to be more sensitive since we have been treated badly because of our color. Hell, Barack is black too…anybody sayin he can represent us cause he is 1/2 black and 1/2 white? Hell no so Diddy needs to give every kid of color a chance. He should call up that kid and give him work to make it up.

    Since most of us in this forum is probably brown we could care less that a lighty got past over since many of us darker folk can be jealous sometime since they do get over more opts…come on!!! If it were a blue berry black girl turn away for the job cause she was real black…had knotty hair and big lips ya’ll would be SCREAMIN AND YA KNOWS IT! You know how ya’ll black girls can complain when ya’ll see so many honey colored mixed girls in those videos. LOL LETS BE REAL!

  89. Puffy’s behavior is exactly why parents of mixed race children have it hard (see Karen Parson’s posts). Some of you sound so clueless on here. I won’t even name names. This goes beyond the entertainment industry, business as usual bs, this has to do with how black people perceive other black people who are mixed race. Some of you on here who see no problem with Diddy’s actions are the same fools who commented that Karen Parsons (and other mixed raced people) created her own issues by not embracing her blackness.

    Puffy’s behavior really makes me want to open up a boutique, advertise in a major way and promote mixed beauty. I wonder how many of yall fools who think Puffy’s actions were ok would have a problem with that.

  90. John Perry, I loves your honesty. LMAO

  91. She is cute!!! And I agree she does look like the twins, but she is a lot cuter Just FACTS PEOPLE

  92. Whoa Nelly..I mean PUFFY. John Perry made a big point!

  93. John Perry I have to say I don’t want any of my kids shucking and jiving for anyone’s entertainment. The industry always targets young impressionable kids and have them sing songs and do dances that aid in our demise. Saying things like a need a solider and do your pants hang low? Destiny’s child were teenagers and so are Chris Brown and Rhinna, Monica, Brandy and many more. Then you have people like India Aire. and Jill Scott who’s music is insprational but they get no where near a much air time as the songs that lack substance. Back in the day our music and leaders had a message of hope. Now all we have is a bunch of lambs leading the lambs to slaughter. Hell even Tupac as crazy as he was still spoke on us keeping our heads up. I take care of a little girl that is half Spanish and half black everyday like she is my own child. I don’t get paid to do it I wasn’t even asked to do, I do it because she needs it. If not for my husband and I the child would be at home by herself 4 two hours. She comes over in the morning and then after school and stays most days until around 6 0r 7. She eats our food and we take care of her like she is one of ours. The Lord blessed us to be able to be a blessing to others.

    Skin color, race, and petty things like this mean nothing to me. I don’t think Karen Parsons created her own issues by not accepting one race over the other. She created her problems by not accepting herself as she is. She shouldn’t have to choose. She is who she is. She shouldn’t have to be anything other than that to be accepted. If people make her or anyone feel that way then they are not worth being around any way. So later for them.

    That is just my two cents. Being you should be good enough. No one can make you feel less than what you are without your permission.

  94. I forgot to mention the little girl is only 9. I know I said this before, but when I was a little girl I noticed that my mom’s skin was lighter than mine and I asked her why and she said it doesn’t matter and from then on out skin color didn’t matter to me.

    It is about the way people treat you not their color or status. I have been around poor and rich people alike and I have to say. At the end of the day no matter how little or how much you have, your crap still stank just like anyone else’s, they have to put their pants on one leg at a time just like everyone else and I say if you spend hundreds of dollars on a pair of shoes and they can’t help you fly or get somewhere faster than someone wearing a $40.00 pair of shoes you are the fool. The only way I would even consider buying shoes that cost so much money is if they gave me some kind of super power.

    See what the celebs don’t tell the people who try to emulate them by spending all of their hard earned money is that most of the things they have and wear they get from the designers for free just for endorsing their products just because they know they can count on all the lambs to follow them and more than make up for their loss.

  95. Ho Hum….Maryamb, you sho nuff like to write alot don’t you? You must love you some Puffy.

    You one of his baby mommas?

    Or maybe you wanna be one of his baby mommas thinkin he is readin this here blog…maybe he will falls in love wit cha! Don’t you have anybody to talk to at home? Who made you the moderator up in here? We can throw dem big words around too! Stop your &*$# pontificating so $%*# much. You must be unemployed or have some triffling job. Don’t you got better things to do wit cha time?

  96. Karen parsons actually looks black and I would have no idea she wasn’t unless she told me.
    The simple fact of the matter is, if Sean John is looking for a simple ethnic look, and say Pebbles (the singer) doesn’t fit it, then I have no issue with that. Why? Well because it’s obvious that Diddy doesn’t discriminate when it comes to race and ethnicty for his ads. MANY of his ads feature biracial and or white people, so someone is obviously reaching to call it discrimination. For that particular casting call, the young man didn’t fit the description. So what? Have you see a Diddy fashion show? He has tons of biracial people.

    he’s not a God but racist? Give me a break.

  97. In case you missed a picture of Justin, he looks mixed and he’s featured in MANTY Diddy ads.

    What is color, except what one looks like. It’s a social construct anyways, so no I don’t want to hear anyone’s story when they’re exaggerating. The reason black people play violins when they hear biraical people talk about putting up with discrimination from others blacks is because ALL black people experience this. It’s wrong but it’s not unique for mixed people. If you were light, who was the first person to point this out to you? I bet it was a black person. If you were dark, who was the first person to point this out to tyou? I bet it was a black person. When all people of color begin to recognize color and ethnicity is not unique to their experience, then the better we will all be. Then perhaps we can tackle the stupidity behind pointing out color amongst each other.

  98. Puffy was probably mad that that little boy would upstage all of the “chosen ones” for his show. None of Puffy’s children can hold a candle to that little boy or most race-mixed kids for that matter. I don’t feel sorry for mixed people because most of them are blessed with great looks and opportunities to boot.

  99. So What….Ya got some good points cept that last one…they get more opts but all that glitters ain’t gold.

  100. Actually John Perry just so you know I am a married mother of 4 kids ages 9,8,4, and 1 will be 3 next month. All of whom are for my husband to which I have been married for almost 10 years. I stay at home and take care of my house and family. As far a Puffy goes why would I sacrifice everything I have a wonderful loving husband who works to care of our family at a job where makes good enough money to afford to take care of our four kids and I don’t have to, He is with me most of the time because he works from home so we can be here for our children. We have a beautiful house, great friends, and neighbors and my man has been with me and only me for over 11 years and I have only been with him. In short just because Puffy has more money doesn’t make him a better choice.

    I not only have to much self respect to be anyone’s babies mommas, but to much to get into a battles of wits with the likes of you.

    As far as me having something better to do with my time, I believe and if anyone else agrees with me feel free to say so. That by trying to pass on what I have learned to my people who want to know more than about being ghetto fabulous I am doing something valuable with my time.

    You clearly are not there yet. There is nothing arrogant about what I’ve said. I know we are very capable of doing more than being entertainment for others. A black man was the first man to do open heart surgery. The first black woman became a millionaire by inventing hair products for her people, a black man invented over 300 products with yams and peanuts, we even have a black man about to be president of the United States. We have so much potential to do wonderful things yet you seem to think we need someone to give us handouts to be able to be anything in this world. You are selling yourself and our people short. My husband was inspired by his uncle who is a VP for IBM(who is black). If you think the only we can come up is to be in entertainment you are truly misguided. This is the reason I don’t want my kids to shuck and jive for anyone. I want my daughter’s to be whatever they want to be. Maybe the will grow up and show Palin what a smart women should look like in the White house.

    So no I don’t have a trifling job, but a very important one. I do what the lord put me here to do. Take care of my family and minister to people who want more for themselves then just being someone’s gofer. If my kids were to have anything to do with the entertainment industry it will likely be the owner/operator of one. You know the one that writes the checks for the people that want to shuck and jive. They are after all the ones who make the real money. Just a little food for thought.

  101. Maryamb sometimes you sound so full of yourself. It’s rediculous that you put a whole industry down just because it doesn’t fit your standards of what’s right. Some people would argue that you should learn to be financially independent and have a life outside of diaper-land and the kitchen. But wouldn’t that be judgemental? So, why look down on people who entertain for a living? You really need to check yourself sis.

  102. she looks like the twins she is a cutie

  103. I am not being full of myself when I said what I did about the entertainment industry,and trust me I am working on being financially independent which I have the time to do because I don’t have to work. I have written a couple of books as well and I am working on selling some of my recipes to some companies. So I do practice what I preach. I am not just preaching to hear myself talk. I don’t look down on the industry. I think Jill Scott and India Aire among others are inspirational. When I say shucking and jiving I meant the people who are aiding in the moral demise. It is a difference.

  104. I wonder how many other modeling jobs this child didn’t get. Did the mother speak about those instances during her interview as well? I doubt it. She’s looking for publicity. If a child doesn’t fit well with the designers idea…guess what. It is his show. Some of your comments are written as if this was the “only” child that didn’t get the job. There were probably others that weren’t chosen and I’m sure some of them might have been dark children as well. Is it reasonable to think that he or his staff hire EVERY child that shows up to audition. And as someone made a comment about opening a boutique and only using mixed race children, people like what they like and are entitled to it. I recently started visiting this site and it just seems like an underlying sentiment of “mixed is better”. No one is better people are just people. How could you be better than something that is a part of you. Light, mixed, dark whatever. I am amazed that so many express a need to feel superior to someone else. Wow!

  105. When the tables turn I think you said it better than I could. I said that she was using this sitch to her advantage. I am sure he was not the only one turned away as well. Anyone who gets upset because he didn’t get this job is taking his rejection personally and it has nothing at all to do with them.

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  107. @Maryamb, a lot of people “don’t have to work” but choose to and if their art isn’t your version of it, it doesn’t mean that you should put it down like you do. This post is about modeling, so when you were on your rant about shucking and jiving I thought you were referring to the modeling industry. Regardless, it’s judgmental and for someone like yourself who seems to pride yourself on being uplifting, I don’t think your comments hold up to that standard.

    As for When the Tables Turn, your alias says it all. It seems as though you take joy out of this little mixed boy being rejected. Do you know his mother to know whether or not she went public just for publicity’s sake? Figures. Anyway, that little gorgeous boy will be alright, with or with Puffy and the support of some of the black community. He’ll be the male version of Kimora. Can someone say fabulosity?!?

  108. I didn’t put anybody down you are just taking it as such. When I say shucking and jiving think back to when people wore white face and made themselves look foolish because that is the way the media tries to portray us. This what I mean. If you are taking to heart what I am saying then you just don’t understand where I am coming from. If you want to know what I mean by shucking and jiving do a search on David Allen Grier’s new show Chocolate News and that is a prime example of what I am referring to. We are all here for our own unique purposes. Some people have contributed a lot to the arts. If you click on my name you will see that I myself am an artist among other things. So no it has nothing to do with their career choices or how the chose to express themselves if they are indeed expressing themselves. However if you are doing something along the lines of Flava Flav and David Allen Grier you are not looking for anyone to respect you are take you serious for that matter. You are just looking for an easy pay check and at the expense of what?

    He I love Chris Rock, Richard Pryor and Chapplle, among a lot of others in the entertainment field. Please don’t tell me that you do not think there is a difference in what Tyler Perry does verses what Flav does. It is what is me to empower what is the other meant for? If it is not constructive it is destructive.

  109. Hell I love Chris Rock,Richard Pryor and Chapplle, among a lot of others in the entertainment field. Please don’t tell me that you do not think there is a difference in what Tyler Perry does verses what Flav does. If one is meant to to empower what is the other meant for?

  110. Maryamb, why bother responding to Not Buying It? He/she/it always shows up to rant on tragic mulatto causes. It will never comprehend what you are saying, because it has it’s own (tragic mulatto) drum to beat and is too negative a being to appreciate your positivity. And Not Buying It, your little mixed-only boutique is laughable. Most media outlets already use biracials to represent blacks. Your idea is nothing new, and your tragic mulatto tirades are TIRED.

  111. I knew exactly what you meant when you made the “sucking and jiving” comment. That really isn’t the point though. Maryamb, I don’t know you, but judging by the remarks you make on this thread, you seem somewhat narcissistic. In almost every comment you write, you have to relate back to yourself. Just an observation.

  112. GUesS wHO, weren’t you on the Tyra Show the other week crying about how you couldn’t stop bleaching your skin? Yeah, that was you. Why don’t you consult with Maryamb after she gets her degree in psychiatry? Perhaps she can prescribe you some meds.

  113. On second thought, I’m about to go to med school myself so I can hook you up.

  114. N.B./ It:
    No that definitely wasn’t me, I love the skin I inherited from my gorgeous parents. And you’re a truly sick individual for making light of those tormented women’s pain. But then again your tragic ass is tormented too,and misery does love to point out it’s company. Stay your conflicted self on mixed-only websites; this one champions black beauty in all of its splenderous shades.

  115. Oh, and I TOTALLY FORGOT to mention that little Chance is adorable.Truly a doll baby. It/ N.B. you are dismissed. Toodles…

  116. Yup, I knew it was you. I’m cracking Biology 500 open right now. In the meantime, stay away from belts and sharp objects, and the cream.

  117. As for dark people’s pain, their pain is no more valid and worthy of anyone’s sympathy than the mixed persons’ pain. Both is a manifestation of rejection.

  118. Not Buying I respectfully disagree with you and I am sorry if I hurt yours or anyone else feelings. It was my intention. I however am not going to back and forth with you. I am no more narcissistic than you are. To be genuine you can only speak from you experiences and that is why I refer to myself and my family. I refer to things I know about. Also I am sorry if I missed your point would you care to explain it to me?

    You however didn’t answer my question which is. Please don’t tell me that you do not think there is a difference in what Tyler Perry does verses what Flav does. If one is meant to to empower what is the other meant for? This is my point. What is the reason for the tomfoolery? Thank you for standing up for me Guess Who that was really sweet of you and I appreciate it.

  119. Maryamb, glad to do it. Many regulars on this site (myself included) can appreciate your positive angle.

  120. @Not Buying It. No I don’t know the mother of this child. Do you? I’m not being mean, I’m just asking. I just find it hard to believe that this is the first time he’s been rejected and if it is the first time, it definitely won’t be the last. And no I don’t enjoy anyone’s rejection–mixed or otherwise. I chose that alias because it seems that people (not just black, white, mixed, light or dark people) seem to be OK with “other” people being rejected. But when it is their turn they are up in arms about it. And yes I have noticed that trait in people of all races and shades. Why is it that when people are rejected and hurt, they want to treat someone else the same way? That’s crazy. I don’t have anything at all against mixed people. I don’t have anything against light or dark people. And I agree with you that this little boy will be fine. That’s what happens in life, you don’t get one job you go on to the next interview or the next audition and you, me, he—we’ll all be just fine. Just because someone isn’t chosen for one job doesn’t mean they are not supported by the black community. And Kimora is definitely supported by the black community. I think you just negated your own post with that one. Now can someone explain to me why so many comments are about mixed vs. non-mixed, light vs. dark on this site–not just this thread. Anybody? I didn’t know we were at war. It just seems to get more and more venemous. You know what, never mind. I am going to go over to one of those other blogs. I’m sure there’s a debate about Beyonce or Rhianna or whoever else has a cd coming out. I wish all of you peace. One more thing, before I go…if any of you were teased when you were young about your color, remember—they were kids. Forgive them and enjoy your life. If it was an adult that made hurtful remarks about your color, they were probably speaking from some pain they had from their childhood because they didn’t heal. Please remember that before you return those feelings to someone else….Besides, it was those of us who wore glasses that really had the trauma. Have you ever seen a child with glasses in a fashion show? I’m sorry. Really, see no matter what any of you type about me, I am going to be happy. Good night.

  121. Again you’re missing the point: it doesn’t matter what you or I think about someone else’s art. To respectfully disagree is one thing but to be condescending is another. As for me being narcissistic on this site, well, that’s just laughable. Anyone who casually frequents this site knows more about you and your family than the featured celebrities. Why? Because you mention your life every chance you get. Narcissistic indeed. I don’t even think you know what I do for a living, nor do you probably know my gender for that matter. The only thing I’ve really mentioned on this site about myself is that I’m married and that was very much so relevant to the thread. I’m sure most people who frequent this site can pretty much write a short novel about your life. But, why when this is a thread about CELEBRITIES not Maryamb? Hmmm.

  122. When The Tables Turn: I must admit, I read you all wrong. I understand the alias, and your message. With the exception of the Kimora comment (I didn’t negate my point because I don’t feel that Kimora is really accepted by the black community), I agree. Apologies here.

  123. All I have to say to you Not Buying it is this. You are so good at avoiding answers to questions you can give Palin and McCain a run for their money. Don’t know what I mean do a search for Palin SNL.

    Yes I am very into my family and I don’t apologize for it. If more people cared for their family and people in general the world would be a much better place.

    The reason I speak freely of me and my loved ones is because I have nothing to hide and I am one of the realist people you will ever know, fake hair and all. I am who I am. Love me, hate me it really doesn’t matter to me because at the end of the night I sleep well because I know no one can make me doubt my worthiness.

    Does the fact that you post so often and say so little about yourself means you have something to hide?

    Also I didn’t say you were being narcissistic I didn’t even say I was. I said that I am no more or less so than anyone else. Just so you know to be sure of yourself doesn’t mean that you think to highly of yourself. I accept who I am flaws and all. Can you say the same?

    While you are talking about me and anyone else that seemed to have offended you simply because they have a difference of opinion what about your flaws? It is real easy to point out what is wrong with everyone else. What do you need to fix about you? I can tell you are really bothered by the whole biracial topic but you have to understand that the little boys rejection or acceptance for that matter has nothing to do with you so why are you taking it to heart. To overcome petty things like the shade of someone skins you have to first get past your past.

  124. Maryamb, why do you always question whether or not I know what you’re talking about, as if your comments are so esoteric and profound? If you knew who I am and what I do for a living you’d be embarrassed for asking such silly questions.

    Further, the reason I don’t talk about my life on this post is because it’s no one’s business on this post. Those discussions are left for my friends, family and business collegues. But even if I cared to divulge personal information on a thread for the world to see, which I don’t, I wouldn’t because of my station in life. I may one day chose to run for office or become a judge and I don’t want something controversial I said on a thread such as this to effect my prospects.

    Maryamb, I’m not madd at you. If I chose to stay home all day, I too would probably vent to a thread like this all day.

    And as for the remarks relating to mixed people: my comments might appear to be passionate, but remember you’re only reading text without the benefit of inflection. Let’s be clear, I’m not mad about anything that’s been said on these posts. Instead, it just reaffirms some beliefs I have about the idiocy of some of my people, that’s all.

    And on that night, good night all.

  125. Wow, we’ve forgotten all about adorable little Chance. The situation with the little boy is unfortunate, but you know what the modeling industry isn’t for the timid. He was turned down for this modeling show and unfortunately, it will not be the last. And agents tell parents that your child will be rejected over and over again. I understand that the Sean John modeling rep was rude but so is Donatella Versace reps, Tommy Hilfiger reps and etc… Please ask yourself how many people of color do you see on the runways in Paris, Milan and etc… NOT MANY. Where are our protesters who should be protesting Child, Parenting, Glamour and etc… magazines that never really have good representation of a real black child, woman or man. People with medium to dark brown skin, braids,cornrows or our hair in our natural glory without the use of relaxers. A majority of the time, the representation for the African-American race (go right on ahead and get upset but it’s true) is an interracial child, woman or man. A child, woman or man with light complexion skin, light eyes, curly hair. This so called beauty image is seen on television shows, movies and etc… At least Sean Combs is taking a stand against an industry that for so long silently prevented medium to dark skin tones from displaying their beauty on the runways. I guess you can call Vogue racist for the all black models edition, which sold out. Something that Vogue has never did before. But its not racist when we open up a magazine or attend a runway show filled with nothing but pale white women. I guarantee you that this little boy is not hurting for jobs because he has the mainstream idea look of beauty. But these other children were probably offered a chance that they wouldn’t otherwise have had. We may not like Sean Combs lifestyle but he is offering an opportunity to a minority group that is not represented well in the modeling industry. Black is beautiful and he is showing that with this bold move. We need to ask ourselves how many Asians, Indians, Pakistanians and etc… do we see in the magazines or runways? I understand that the little boy was turned away because he didn’t fit the look they were looking for, but many children and adult models get turned away every day because they don’t have a certain look. Some are too fat, too short, too ethnic(yes, too ethnic) and etc… And then some people are referencing to FOX. Why? Fox does not care about the African American community. Anyway, it’s hard getting into the industry period and then to be successful is an accomplishment in itself. Chance is adorable once again and I think she resembles Sean’s mother with those chubby cheeks. Much love and happiness to all my BCK peeps. We may disagree, but let’s agree on one thing, we all should be voting in November.

  126. “If you knew who I am and what I do for a living you’d be embarrassed for asking such silly questions.”

    @ Not Buying It. For all intents and purposes the statement is very egotistical. If you are not God then the same questions I asked still apply.

    “I may one day chose to run for office or become a judge and I don’t want something controversial I said on a thread such as this to effect my prospects.”

    As far the above statement the reply I made about your avoidance of answer when I said that you could give McCain and Palin a run for there money applies even more so. If you think such questions are beneath you then my dear am I the egocentric one here or is it you?

    As far as you running for office or being a judge I think you will be a shoe in. You are already proving you are willing to go against your beliefs to advance yourself. In saying that now I understand why you took offense. You want it to be ok to take a job even if it goes against your beliefs without feeling guilty about it.

    ” And as for the remarks relating to mixed people: my comments might appear to be passionate, but remember you’re only reading text without the benefit of inflection. Let’s be clear, I’m not mad about anything that’s been said on these posts. Instead, it just reaffirms some beliefs I have about the idiocy of some of my people, that’s all.”

    As far as this statement goes was it you that said that I was ranting about folks shucking and jiving? How can you make that claim without being able to have the benefit of my inflection but then you come back and make the above statement? So I am assuming that you are including yourself in that reaffirmation of idiocy statement. Now that is laughable.

    “If I chose to stay home all day, I too would probably vent to a thread like this all day.”

    As far as this goes I am not venting on this site anymore than you are. I stay home at take of my family and in the free time I have because I am at home I post to this site because I like hearing or reading someone else’s perspective on certain sitches.

    If your station in life is soooo important then how come you have time to go back and forth with a little pee on such as myself? If anything the statements you make are laughable. I don’t make myself out to be anymore than what I am. I’m just Mary, I’m Just Mary, I’m Just Mary.

    No matter what your station is in life your crap will keep everybody out the bathroom for bout 35-45 mins just like everyone elses.( I am saying this in my best Pop’s impersonation.) LOL You have to wear deodorant or you will have onion pits like the next person who forgot to put some on. Now you can correct me if I am but I don’t believe your station in life allows you to walk on water or part the Red Sea does it?

    Status in job or life doesn’t make you anymore educated than me or any better than me for that matter. No one person is no more important than the next. Station don’t make the person anymore than clothes make the man. You can have on a thousand dollar outfit and $700.00 shoes and still not be sure of yourself honey. Don’t get it twisted.

    Also if you don’t like what I have to say, if you see my pic just float on by. The fact that you read my post if I am doing so much talking about me means you must be interested in this little house wife words. I maybe able to do a lot of things, but I can’t make you are anyone else read my post.

    Steffie I voted yesterday!!! 🙂 I am so happy.

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  128. One more thing. I forgot to mention since someone the likes of me can’t seem to understand that my infliction doesn’t flow off the screen. I just wanted to let you know I am not mad either. In fact I was laughing the entire time I was writing my post. I fancy myself as particularly funny. :0)

  129. I am new to this site but Chance is precious and I wish her and her mom well. I personally feel Sean and his team need to apologize to that little boy and mother in Atlanta. I saw the report too and I think Christopher was so cute he may have upstaged the others. He also does not have that black ethnic look and more of a Polo kid look to me so maybe that was the reason. Still the agent should not have said he was unacceptable for being “not black enough”. If the agent told her her kid was too black we would really be angry. That is so wrong. Especially since some of Sean’s kids are mixed.

  130. Maryamb, still to slinging pampers, because apparently that’s what you’re good at. I honestly have no time to read your novels (so I didnt because I actually have a job).

    To Kendra, I totally agree!

  131. Stick to slinging pampers*

  132. Thank you Steffie! I cosign your statement 100%!

  133. I would like to see a picture of Christopher. Has anybody seen him on the internet?

  134. I have seen Christopher a few times at “Go Sees” but I don’t know where he is online. His mom is black and she seems nice when you talk with her but she acts as if her kid is golden. His agent is “Babes N Beaus” in Atlanta or Marietta in Georgia. He is just a very cute multiracial kid. He is not famous or anything.

  135. Thank you for your well wishes NBI. Am good at slinging diapers more like pull ups now since my baby is almost 3. I am also good at a lot of other things.

    Apparently I am even good at making my point to you because compared to the other comebacks you have left to others the stick to slinging pampers was weak at best. I told you saying things like that to me only make me laugh. If you really want to say something to hurt my feelings you have to say something along the lines of. You are just like your mom. Something like that would really get my blood a boiling. LOL

    If you want my honest opinion I have to tell you I think you are seeing arrogance where there is none because you are projecting your feeling towards yourself onto me. You know how people say when someone gets angry at someone’s behavior it is because you see yourself in them. So I don’t take things like that to heart.

  136. Maryamb, believe me, I know a lot about you to “go there.” But, I choose not to in part because I’m inundated with work at the moment, you know the outside-of-the-home variety. Again, stick to the homefront and leave the real debates for the pros, you’re out of your league sweatheart.

  137. I have been reading the blogs and this all started out about diddy’s daughter and then about his poor treatment of Christopher in Atlanta and now it is all about Maryamb. I guess she likes it like that! ITS THE ALL ABOUT MARYAMB SHOW!

  138. Any more comments about Diddys daughter or treatment of mixed kids? If not lets close the show!

  139. CASEY, if you think this is the Maryamb show check out all the other threads on this website. Anytime she appears she’s discussing, not the celebrity kids or their parents, but instead her life and family, novels full. If you don’t believe me, check it out for yourself. N-A-R-C-I-S-S-I-S-T-I-C.

    On another note, I second lala’s request to see little Christopher.

  140. Unfortunately,the comments in this post have taken a different turn and so had to be close. Let it be known that BCK appreciates all its readers(that includes dedicated readers (Maryamb and NotBuyingIt)So as to not make anyone else feel uncomfortable,the comments in this post will be closed. Thanks!

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