I'm going to be very careful in my views on the refusal of the US to grant Amy Winehouse a visa to perform on Sunday's Grammy Awards. As we all know, Amy had been nominated for 6 prestigious grammys including Artist of the Year, Record of the Year (Rehab) and Album of the year (Back to Black)

Quite frankly, I'm slightly unimpressed by this rash decision. I do understand that she is a role model and must display exemplary behaviour however I find all this rather hypocritica considering many, many other artists (including Pete Doherty) have been giving visas despite their well-known addictions.

Is Amy really a scape goat? Is she simply a victim of media scrutiny and more importantly how far will the media go to destroy lives and career?

I want the world to recognise that the whole 'crack-video' scandal was completely planted by the Sun Newspaper in the UK so was her bra-sleep walking stunt.

The entire world has become emotionally-opinionated about Amy and her antics and I think it is imperative that we all know when to differentiate fact from fiction and the media that we rely on to give us first-hand information, don't always do just that.

Let's marinade on this for a second.


We like this very much, such powerful words by Mr. Beautiful(!!!)!


Very few people will not know who the iron-lady is. She is the iron-lady behind George Bush's policies and reforms. In the last eight years, she has swayed public opinion from her perception of a battle-axe to the today's soft-spoken power house in Chanel.

Quite frankly, I like the new Ms. Rice - always looking dashing in Chanel and Gucci shirt-suits. I was watching a special feature on Martin Luther King and the civil rights movement on CNN to celebrate Dr. King's birthday. During this feature, there was a story on a church that was burned in Alabama where three girls were caught-in-the-blaze.

It was revealed that 2 out of the 3 girls died in the blast and the only emerging one been the young Ms Rice.

These facts struck a chord with me as I pulled on the old cliche "Some are simply born to be great" - isn't this something!

We salute you Ms Rice - you should run for presidency in 2013.

Go figure!


Ms. Badu is back. I am still debating what I really think about her new offering meanwhile, you enjoy HONEY!