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"Please don’t lose that butt."


"I'm tired of magazines
Sayin' flat butts are the thing
Take the average black man and ask him that
She gotta pack much back" ~Sir Mix A Lot~



OK, so the regular Saturday caption post will have to wait until next week, because a situation arose with über rapper, Nicki Minaj, that has forced me to turn my attention to her....ahem ahem, considerable assets.




And please spare me "The Fallacy of Relative Privation" bull s***. I know that there are more serious things going on in the world, but right now, at this moment in time, I choose to post about Ms. Minaj.


If you have an issue with that I am sure that there are lots of wonderful bloggers out there who would welcome you with open arms to their site.




Anywhoo, I have a friend who is a very accomplished photographer, (shout out to Jerry G) and he takes pictures of models all over the world. He is the one who I first heard with the phrase, "ass to waist ratio". It sounds crude, but there is a point to his analysis. He happens to be a person of color and he knows of what he speaks: Men of color tend to prefer that particular section of the female anatomy.




Back in the day when I used to hang out in all the wrong places, my white friends (yes, I actually have some) would say to me: "Wayne, you brothers start looking at women from their toes and you work your way up; us white guys, on the other hand, look at them from the top down." His point was, as he later explained it to me, was that white guys were into the female breast and brothers were into the derriere.




This, of course, was pre Mrs. Kanye West (blame it on Ray- J), now there is a whole new generation of white boys who worship the booty as well.




Still, poor Nicki Minaj had to take to instagram to hit back at her critics for taking issue with her...ahem ahem, spread for Anaconda Magazine. I must say that Nicki did a great job of exposing the double standards that exists when it comes to how some of us treat beauty.




Minaj showed the exact same poses by white waif-like models for Sports Illustrated Magazine, and we all know that they did not catch any flack for strutting their stuff for the world to see. So I can't blame Minaj for being pissed at the double standard.




Personally, I happen to like the young lady. Except for a few slips, I think she is a good business woman who has pushed all the right buttons in her career so far. She is a bit raunchy for my taste, but she is not marketing her music to "old- head" lawyers.




As for how she looks....well I happen to be a black man soooo..... But hey, I am not going to knock you if you like Kate Upton. To each his (or her) own. Just don't push your standard of beauty on me and we will be cool.




I am sure that Ms. Minaj would appreciate that sentiment as well.





















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Nicki Minaj hits back at NSFW 'Anaconda' artwork criticism
“I’m tired of magazines
Sayin’ flat butts are the thing
Take the average black man and ask him that
She gotta pack much back” ~Sir Mix A Lot~

OK, so the regular Saturday caption post will have to wait until next week, because a situation arose with über rapper, Nicki Minaj, that has forced me to turn my attention to her….ahem ahem, considerable assets.

And please spare me “The Fallacy of Relative Privation” bull s***. I know that there are more serious things going on in the world, but right now, at this moment in time, I choose to post about Ms. Minaj.

If you have an issue with that I am sure that there are lots of wonderful bloggers out there who would welcome you with open arms to their site.

Anywhoo, I have a friend who is a very accomplished photographer, (shout out to Jerry G) and he takes pictures of models all over the world. He is the one who I first heard with the phrase, “ass to waist ratio”. It sounds crude, but there is a point to his analysis. He happens to be a person of color and he knows of what he speaks: Men of color tend to prefer that particular section of the female anatomy.

Back in the day when I used to hang out in all the wrong places, my white friends (yes, I actually have some) would say to me: “Wayne, you brothers start looking at women from their toes and you work your way up; us white guys, on the other hand, look at them from the top down.” His point was, as he later explained it to me, was that white guys were into the female breast and brothers were into the derriere.

This, of course, was pre Mrs. Kanye West (blame it on Ray- J), now there is a whole new generation of white boys who worship the booty as well.

Still, poor Nicki Minaj had to take to instagram to hit back at her critics for taking issue with her…ahem ahem, spread for Anaconda Magazine. I must say that Nicki did a great job of exposing the double standards that exists when it comes to how some of us treat beauty.

Minaj showed the exact same poses by white waif-like models for Sports Illustrated Magazine, and we all know that they did not catch any flack for strutting their stuff for the world to see. So I can’t blame Minaj for being pissed at the double standard.

Personally, I happen to like the young lady. Except for a few slips, I think she is a good business woman who has pushed all the right buttons in her career so far. She is a bit raunchy for my taste, but she is not marketing her music to “old- head” lawyers.

As for how she looks….well I happen to be a black man soooo….. But hey, I am not going to knock you if you like Kate Upton. To each his (or her) own. Just don’t push your standard of beauty on me and we will be cool.

I am sure that Ms. Minaj would appreciate that sentiment as well.

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