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Thread started 07/10/09 8:30pm

texaswoman

New pictures of SUSAN MOONSIE

Do anyone have Recent Picture of Susan MOONSIE the black lady in the group Vanity6?
Reply #1 posted 07/10/09 9:44pm

luv4u

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Reply #2 posted 07/15/09 2:51pm

shagsgrl

She and Prince dated off and on after being introduced to Prince in high school in Minneapolis. Their relationship soured after Denise Matthews aka Vanity entered the click, but Susan was originally supposed to lead Vanity 6 but didn't want the lead role.

http://www.popwife.com/2008/12/wherefore-is-susan-moonsie.html

Reply #3 posted 07/15/09 7:53pm

Materalgirl82

shagsgrl said:

She and Prince dated off and on after being introduced to Prince in high school in Minneapolis. Their relationship soured after Denise Matthews aka Vanity entered the click, but Susan was originally supposed to lead Vanity 6 but didn't want the lead role.

http://www.popwife.com/2008/12/wherefore-is-susan-moonsie.html


This photo here is it Susan now???
Apollonia- Sex Shooter shooterin' love off in your direction
Reply #4 posted 07/16/09 12:04am

Ottensen

Materalgirl82 said:

shagsgrl said:

She and Prince dated off and on after being introduced to Prince in high school in Minneapolis. Their relationship soured after Denise Matthews aka Vanity entered the click, but Susan was originally supposed to lead Vanity 6 but didn't want the lead role.

http://www.popwife.com/2008/12/wherefore-is-susan-moonsie.html


This photo here is it Susan now???



I doubt it. This looks like the actress Meagan Goode.
Reply #5 posted 07/16/09 4:16am

SoulAlive

Reply #6 posted 07/17/09 4:21am

SoulAlive

shagsgrl said:

Susan was originally supposed to lead Vanity 6 but didn't want the lead role.



Are you sure about that? I had heard that Jamie Shoop was originally supposed to be the leader but she didn't want to do it.
Reply #7 posted 07/17/09 7:37am

dollwoman

They say in the article that she was the only African American, I always thought her ancestors were from India. hmmm
Reply #8 posted 07/17/09 8:37am

nurseV

Ottensen said:

Materalgirl82 said:


This photo here is it Susan now???



I doubt it. This looks like the actress Meagan Goode.



It is Meagan lol
Reply #9 posted 07/17/09 12:56pm

Shango

http://www.facebook.com/Susan.Moonsie shrug lol
Reply #10 posted 07/17/09 1:41pm

bellanoche

dollwoman said:

They say in the article that she was the only African American, I always thought her ancestors were from India. hmmm


I don't know why it's so hard for people to understand how diverse African American/Caribbean (South and North) ancestry is. Susan is black of Trinidadian descent and Vanity's father was black. However, I always hear people say that Susan was Indian and Vanity was Hispanic. I'm not trying to be snippy or anything, but that just bothers me. I thought Susan and Vanity were black the first time I saw them. Black people in the Americas/Caribbean are as diverse a group as they come.
perfection is a fallacy of the imagination...
Reply #11 posted 07/17/09 3:23pm

kimrachell

bellanoche said:

dollwoman said:

They say in the article that she was the only African American, I always thought her ancestors were from India. hmmm


I don't know why it's so hard for people to understand how diverse African American/Caribbean (South and North) ancestry is. Susan is black of Trinidadian descent and Vanity's father was black. However, I always hear people say that Susan was Indian and Vanity was Hispanic. I'm not trying to be snippy or anything, but that just bothers me. I thought Susan and Vanity were black the first time I saw them. Black people in the Americas/Caribbean are as diverse a group as they come.


i agree! smile
Reply #12 posted 07/17/09 7:00pm

DesireeNevermind

Materalgirl82 said:

shagsgrl said:

She and Prince dated off and on after being introduced to Prince in high school in Minneapolis. Their relationship soured after Denise Matthews aka Vanity entered the click, but Susan was originally supposed to lead Vanity 6 but didn't want the lead role.

http://www.popwife.com/2008/12/wherefore-is-susan-moonsie.html


This photo here is it Susan now???



hell nah that's meagan goode the actress. Prince had/has a crush on her I think. Can't say I blame him. she awfully pretty and resembles susan. All princey women look alike dayum. Branch out bruh puhleese!!! Try an Asian/White/Black baptist Chick that can cook vegan soul food. or something. shrug
Reply #13 posted 07/17/09 9:13pm

zoetruluv

kimrachell said:

bellanoche said:



I don't know why it's so hard for people to understand how diverse African American/Caribbean (South and North) ancestry is. Susan is black of Trinidadian descent and Vanity's father was black. However, I always hear people say that Susan was Indian and Vanity was Hispanic. I'm not trying to be snippy or anything, but that just bothers me. I thought Susan and Vanity were black the first time I saw them. Black people in the Americas/Caribbean are as diverse a group as they come.


i agree! smile

yea,me too. cool
...then he turned to me and said "I dare you".
Reply #14 posted 07/17/09 9:46pm

OldFriends4Sale

moderator

dollwoman said:

They say in the article that she was the only African American, I always thought her ancestors were from India. hmmm



That who was the only African American?

Susan Moonsies family roots are in the Caribbean

of course Vanity is 1/2 German 1/2 African-American
Now where I come from
We don't let society tell us how it's supposed 2 be
Our clothes, our hair, we don't care
It's all about being there...
Reply #15 posted 07/17/09 9:48pm

OldFriends4Sale

moderator

zoetruluv said:

kimrachell said:



i agree! smile

yea,me too. cool



Let's say African descendant,

Vanity (I could be mistaken) was German born 1/2Black 1/2 German

Susan Moonsie is of obvious mixed heritage

I don't fully know how either identifies
Caribbean people don't always identify 'racially' but nationally
Now where I come from
We don't let society tell us how it's supposed 2 be
Our clothes, our hair, we don't care
It's all about being there...
Reply #16 posted 07/17/09 9:54pm

zoetruluv

OldFriends4Sale said:

zoetruluv said:


yea,me too. cool



Let's say African descendant,

Vanity (I could be mistaken) was German born 1/2Black 1/2 German

Susan Moonsie is of obvious mixed heritage

I don't fully know how either identifies
Caribbean people don't always identify 'racially' but nationally

denise is biracial.
susan is west indian.
in america,you are what you look like.
i see denise as biracial and susan as black.
maybe its just me,but she doesnt look "indian" to me.
she looks like an islander but thats about it.
...then he turned to me and said "I dare you".
Reply #17 posted 07/17/09 11:23pm

DesireeNevermind

she is the prince girlfriend that people know the least about. her and kim upsher.
Reply #18 posted 07/18/09 11:05am

lipstick

Enlighten me. Who is Kim Upsher?

Don't u beleive in mystery, don't ya wanna play my game[i]
Reply #19 posted 07/18/09 12:09pm

DesireeNevermind

lipstick said:

Enlighten me. Who is Kim Upsher?

Don't u beleive in mystery, don't ya wanna play my game[i]



an early prince gf, she was in purple rain. the waitress i believe. the one who asked Morris "who is paying for this?" he tells her keep the change, then tells jerome "go and get my change". he was such a playa. woot!
Reply #20 posted 07/18/09 3:08pm

Ottensen

bellanoche said:

dollwoman said:

They say in the article that she was the only African American, I always thought her ancestors were from India. hmmm


I don't know why it's so hard for people to understand how diverse African American/Caribbean (South and North) ancestry is. Susan is black of Trinidadian descent and Vanity's father was black. However, I always hear people say that Susan was Indian and Vanity was Hispanic. I'm not trying to be snippy or anything, but that just bothers me. I thought Susan and Vanity were black the first time I saw them. Black people in the Americas/Caribbean are as diverse a group as they come.


While I agree that they are both black, a note about Trinidadians: a large number of them are in fact of east Indian heritage. The African-Indian mix is very common there. Insofar as black skinned Indians from India, it seems we don't see many of them in the United States, but there is such a thing. I was just visiting earlier with my friends, a couple from the southern region of India today who are dark, actually alot darker than me. The husband looks like Taye Diggs, but with straight hair he wears in a Ceasar cut lol . They identify as black because of their coloring, and as Indian for their nationality and cultural heritage. So for me, I don't see the harm in Moonsie being identified as Indian (if she is in fact so) cool
Reply #21 posted 07/18/09 9:00pm

DesireeNevermind

Ottensen said:

bellanoche said:



I don't know why it's so hard for people to understand how diverse African American/Caribbean (South and North) ancestry is. Susan is black of Trinidadian descent and Vanity's father was black. However, I always hear people say that Susan was Indian and Vanity was Hispanic. I'm not trying to be snippy or anything, but that just bothers me. I thought Susan and Vanity were black the first time I saw them. Black people in the Americas/Caribbean are as diverse a group as they come.


While I agree that they are both black, a note about Trinidadians: a large number of them are in fact of east Indian heritage. The African-Indian mix is very common there. Insofar as black skinned Indians from India, it seems we don't see many of them in the United States, but there is such a thing. I was just visiting earlier with my friends, a couple from the southern region of India today who are dark, actually alot darker than me. The husband looks like Taye Diggs, but with straight hair he wears in a Ceasar cut lol . They identify as black because of their coloring, and as Indian for their nationality and cultural heritage. So for me, I don't see the harm in Moonsie being identified as Indian (if she is in fact so) cool



clapping I learned something new today. Great post. So could the name Moonsie be of Indian origin?
Reply #22 posted 07/18/09 11:55pm

Ottensen

DesireeNevermind said:

Ottensen said:



While I agree that they are both black, a note about Trinidadians: a large number of them are in fact of east Indian heritage. The African-Indian mix is very common there. Insofar as black skinned Indians from India, it seems we don't see many of them in the United States, but there is such a thing. I was just visiting earlier with my friends, a couple from the southern region of India today who are dark, actually alot darker than me. The husband looks like Taye Diggs, but with straight hair he wears in a Ceasar cut lol . They identify as black because of their coloring, and as Indian for their nationality and cultural heritage. So for me, I don't see the harm in Moonsie being identified as Indian (if she is in fact so) cool



clapping I learned something new today. Great post. So could the name Moonsie be of Indian origin?


I'm not 100% certain. From my limited familiarity with Indian culture it sounds like it to me. But to make sure, I'd better ask some of my Indian friends when I go to church later this morning. We have a large Indian contingent at my English speaking church, all chocolate-y and gorgeous love
Reply #23 posted 07/19/09 2:33pm

Serious

Ottensen said:

bellanoche said:



I don't know why it's so hard for people to understand how diverse African American/Caribbean (South and North) ancestry is. Susan is black of Trinidadian descent and Vanity's father was black. However, I always hear people say that Susan was Indian and Vanity was Hispanic. I'm not trying to be snippy or anything, but that just bothers me. I thought Susan and Vanity were black the first time I saw them. Black people in the Americas/Caribbean are as diverse a group as they come.


While I agree that they are both black, a note about Trinidadians: a large number of them are in fact of east Indian heritage. The African-Indian mix is very common there. Insofar as black skinned Indians from India, it seems we don't see many of them in the United States, but there is such a thing. I was just visiting earlier with my friends, a couple from the southern region of India today who are dark, actually alot darker than me. The husband looks like Taye Diggs, but with straight hair he wears in a Ceasar cut lol . They identify as black because of their coloring, and as Indian for their nationality and cultural heritage. So for me, I don't see the harm in Moonsie being identified as Indian (if she is in fact so) cool


nod About 40% of the Trinidadian population is of East Indian heritage and about 40 of African heritage. While most Indians are rather dark skinned I did not really get the impression that the 2 groups mix a lot.
The name does sound Indian to me too, but as I don't know a lot about Indian names I may be wrong.
[Edited 7/19/09 14:39pm]
With a very special thank you to Tina: Is hammer already absolute, how much some people verändern...ICH hope is never so I will be! And if, then I hope that I would then have wen in my environment who joins me in the A....
Reply #24 posted 07/19/09 4:59pm

2elijah

bellanoche said:

dollwoman said:

They say in the article that she was the only African American, I always thought her ancestors were from India. hmmm


I don't know why it's so hard for people to understand how diverse African American/Caribbean (South and North) ancestry is. Susan is black of Trinidadian descent and Vanity's father was black. However, I always hear people say that Susan was Indian and Vanity was Hispanic. I'm not trying to be snippy or anything, but that just bothers me. I thought Susan and Vanity were black the first time I saw them. Black people in the Americas/Caribbean are as diverse a group as they come.



Thank you Bellanoche for explaining that. As a daughter of Caribbean parents myself, many of my cousins are always mistaken for being from some other race or ethnic group. Even my own mother over the years, has been mistaken for an East Indian. If people study the history of the Caribbean, then they would not be so shocked or surprised at how diverse in appearance they are.
[Edited 7/19/09 17:05pm]
G. Giffords-a congresswoman was shot in the head by an 'armed' gunman-the police didn't kill her shooter. 'Unarmed' Michael Brown struggled w/a cop, runs away, surrenders and gets killed execution style by a cop. Justice for all? Go figure.
Reply #25 posted 07/19/09 9:07pm

bellanoche

2elijah said:

bellanoche said:



I don't know why it's so hard for people to understand how diverse African American/Caribbean (South and North) ancestry is. Susan is black of Trinidadian descent and Vanity's father was black. However, I always hear people say that Susan was Indian and Vanity was Hispanic. I'm not trying to be snippy or anything, but that just bothers me. I thought Susan and Vanity were black the first time I saw them. Black people in the Americas/Caribbean are as diverse a group as they come.



Thank you Bellanoche for explaining that. As a daughter of Caribbean parents myself, many of my cousins are always mistaken for being from some other race or ethnic group. Even my own mother over the years, has been mistaken for an East Indian. If people study the history of the Caribbean, then they would not be so shocked or surprised at how diverse in appearance they are.
[Edited 7/19/09 17:05pm]


hug Hi 2elijah! My grandfather is West Indian (Barbadian) and people sometimes thought he was something other than black, mainly because of his hair and features. I think this has more to do with the limited perceptions that some people have of how black people look, especially with regard to hair texture/length, noses, lips and skin color - in short physical appearance. lol This is evidenced by the fact that someone on this thread said that Susan is "obviously" mixed. I am still trying to figure out what an "obviously" mixed person looks like. However, I don't want to hijack this thread by asking. shrug
perfection is a fallacy of the imagination...
Reply #26 posted 07/19/09 11:30pm

Ottensen

Serious said:

Ottensen said:



While I agree that they are both black, a note about Trinidadians: a large number of them are in fact of east Indian heritage. The African-Indian mix is very common there. Insofar as black skinned Indians from India, it seems we don't see many of them in the United States, but there is such a thing. I was just visiting earlier with my friends, a couple from the southern region of India today who are dark, actually alot darker than me. The husband looks like Taye Diggs, but with straight hair he wears in a Ceasar cut lol . They identify as black because of their coloring, and as Indian for their nationality and cultural heritage. So for me, I don't see the harm in Moonsie being identified as Indian (if she is in fact so) cool


nod About 40% of the Trinidadian population is of East Indian heritage and about 40 of African heritage. While most Indians are rather dark skinned I did not really get the impression that the 2 groups mix a lot.
The name does sound Indian to me too, but as I don't know a lot about Indian names I may be wrong.
[Edited 7/19/09 14:39pm]


Also, don't forget about the Syrian, Lebanese and the Chinese Trinnies!

In college most of my girlfriends were from the West Indies, and a good number from Trinidad. The cultural mix there is amazing. I had a different experience in terms of meetng people who were from mixed backgrounds .It was always cool for me to visit friends' homes, then out comes mom , dad, or grandpa and they would be Chinese, Lebanese, with just all sorts of delicious mixes going on there! They used to laugh at me because my supposedly educated United States ass had no clue about the cultural diversity of the islands whatsoever lol
[Edited 7/19/09 23:34pm]
Reply #27 posted 07/20/09 1:21am

Serious

Ottensen said:

Serious said:



nod About 40% of the Trinidadian population is of East Indian heritage and about 40 of African heritage. While most Indians are rather dark skinned I did not really get the impression that the 2 groups mix a lot.
The name does sound Indian to me too, but as I don't know a lot about Indian names I may be wrong.
[Edited 7/19/09 14:39pm]


Also, don't forget about the Syrian, Lebanese and the Chinese Trinnies!

In college most of my girlfriends were from the West Indies, and a good number from Trinidad. The cultural mix there is amazing. I had a different experience in terms of meetng people who were from mixed backgrounds .It was always cool for me to visit friends' homes, then out comes mom , dad, or grandpa and they would be Chinese, Lebanese, with just all sorts of delicious mixes going on there! They used to laugh at me because my supposedly educated United States ass had no clue about the cultural diversity of the islands whatsoever lol
[Edited 7/19/09 23:34pm]


Yeah that's true, I remember seeing quite some Trinis with Chinese or other Asian heritage nod. It may also be that I didn't meet that many people from mixed backgrounds as I spent most of the time in parts of Trinidad (north coast) where the population is mostly black (african heritage).
We people here in Austria usually hardly know anything about Trinidad at all boxed. So before I went there I had no idea they had a vast Indian or Chinese population there.
With a very special thank you to Tina: Is hammer already absolute, how much some people verändern...ICH hope is never so I will be! And if, then I hope that I would then have wen in my environment who joins me in the A....
Reply #28 posted 07/20/09 7:16am

2elijah

bellanoche said:

2elijah said:




Thank you Bellanoche for explaining that. As a daughter of Caribbean parents myself, many of my cousins are always mistaken for being from some other race or ethnic group. Even my own mother over the years, has been mistaken for an East Indian. If people study the history of the Caribbean, then they would not be so shocked or surprised at how diverse in appearance they are.
[Edited 7/19/09 17:05pm]


hug Hi 2elijah! My grandfather is West Indian (Barbadian) and people sometimes thought he was something other than black, mainly because of his hair and features. I think this has more to do with the limited perceptions that some people have of how black people look, especially with regard to hair texture/length, noses, lips and skin color - in short physical appearance. :lol: This is evidenced by the fact that someone on this thread said that Susan is "obviously" mixed. I am still trying to figure out what an "obviously" mixed person looks like. However, I don't want to hijack this thread by asking. shrug


You could not have said that better... lol
G. Giffords-a congresswoman was shot in the head by an 'armed' gunman-the police didn't kill her shooter. 'Unarmed' Michael Brown struggled w/a cop, runs away, surrenders and gets killed execution style by a cop. Justice for all? Go figure.
Reply #29 posted 07/20/09 7:41am

OldFriends4Sale

moderator

Is that Kim next to Jill?







DesireeNevermind said:

lipstick said:

Enlighten me. Who is Kim Upsher?

Don't u beleive in mystery, don't ya wanna play my game[i]



an early prince gf, she was in purple rain. the waitress i believe. the one who asked Morris "who is paying for this?" he tells her keep the change, then tells jerome "go and get my change". he was such a playa. woot!
Now where I come from
We don't let society tell us how it's supposed 2 be
Our clothes, our hair, we don't care
It's all about being there...
Reply #30 posted 07/20/09 7:59am

OldFriends4Sale

moderator

bellanoche said:

2elijah said:




Thank you Bellanoche for explaining that. As a daughter of Caribbean parents myself, many of my cousins are always mistaken for being from some other race or ethnic group. Even my own mother over the years, has been mistaken for an East Indian. If people study the history of the Caribbean, then they would not be so shocked or surprised at how diverse in appearance they are.
[Edited 7/19/09 17:05pm]


hug Hi 2elijah! My grandfather is West Indian (Barbadian) and people sometimes thought he was something other than black, mainly because of his hair and features. I think this has more to do with the limited perceptions that some people have of how black people look, especially with regard to hair texture/length, noses, lips and skin color - in short physical appearance. lol This is evidenced by the fact that someone on this thread said that Susan is "obviously" mixed. I am still trying to figure out what an "obviously" mixed person looks like. However, I don't want to hijack this thread by asking. shrug



I understand you, I think Americans white & black have a very narrow view/understanding of 'racial' mixture even though it's all around us, because in America 1 Drop of black blood makes u black

So we may be used to people who look like Susan Vanity & Prince who say they are black or African-American,

Susans hair(cluster of grapes curls) is not a reflection of her African ancestry. W Africans Central African (which where Transatlantic slaves mostly come from) don't have loose wavy curly hair. Her look is mixed facial features. Trinidad (as others have educated us on)has certain ethnic mixes.

I have aunts and female cousins dark(er) skinned with very straight or curly hair. My aunt margaret(dads sister) has very fine wavy long hair and facial features that a lot of people always thought were Asian, she & my dad were always called the Black Chinese because of their hair and facial features. But their father is 1/2Native American1/2S.French and 1/2 Black-American

Susan reminds me of Irene Cara





Now where I come from
We don't let society tell us how it's supposed 2 be
Our clothes, our hair, we don't care
It's all about being there...
Reply #31 posted 07/20/09 8:27am

2elijah

==
[Edited 7/28/09 17:20pm]
G. Giffords-a congresswoman was shot in the head by an 'armed' gunman-the police didn't kill her shooter. 'Unarmed' Michael Brown struggled w/a cop, runs away, surrenders and gets killed execution style by a cop. Justice for all? Go figure.
Reply #32 posted 07/20/09 8:38am

2elijah

--
[Edited 7/23/09 15:47pm]
G. Giffords-a congresswoman was shot in the head by an 'armed' gunman-the police didn't kill her shooter. 'Unarmed' Michael Brown struggled w/a cop, runs away, surrenders and gets killed execution style by a cop. Justice for all? Go figure.
Reply #33 posted 07/20/09 9:49am

DesireeNevermind

Spike Lee should make a movie about this. smile
Reply #34 posted 07/20/09 10:12am

2elijah

DesireeNevermind said:

Spike Lee should make a movie about this. smile


What about blacks in the Caribbean and how they came to be? lol It will be no different than how Black Africans got into North America, same story, different destinations and it sure wasn't a vacation cruise. wink

It's just that folks seem to forget about the Africans brought to the Caribbean, and focus more on the Africans brought to North America. You never really see any documentary on the Africans shipped to the Caribbean. Only when Columbus is mentioned. They also forget about the Native Americans from North America, that were shipped to the Caribbean too, to work as slaves on the sugar plantations. Oh and let's not forget about the Irish that were forced on those same ships, to work as slaves on those Caribbean plantations, alongside the Black Africans, as well. There is sooooo much people don't know about this topic sadly.
[Edited 7/20/09 10:16am]
G. Giffords-a congresswoman was shot in the head by an 'armed' gunman-the police didn't kill her shooter. 'Unarmed' Michael Brown struggled w/a cop, runs away, surrenders and gets killed execution style by a cop. Justice for all? Go figure.
Reply #35 posted 07/21/09 8:01am

OldFriends4Sale

moderator

DesireeNevermind said:

Spike Lee should make a movie about this. smile



I thought he did? School Days... Redbones and Jigaboos
Now where I come from
We don't let society tell us how it's supposed 2 be
Our clothes, our hair, we don't care
It's all about being there...
Reply #36 posted 07/21/09 3:46pm

DesireeNevermind

OldFriends4Sale said:

DesireeNevermind said:

Spike Lee should make a movie about this. smile



I thought he did? School Days... Redbones and Jigaboos



faint





Dean Big Brotha Almighty:
"Yo Dap, you thinkin' what i'm thinkin?"

Dap:
"Yeah...I'm glad that aint Bria!"
Reply #37 posted 07/23/09 2:51pm

uPtoWnNY

OldFriends4Sale said:



Susan was the hottest of the group, IMO.
Reply #38 posted 07/24/09 12:12pm

Giovanni777

uPtoWnNY said:

OldFriends4Sale said:



Susan was the hottest of the group, IMO.


Most definitely, and by FAR. She smokes Vanity.
"He's a musician's musician..."
Reply #39 posted 07/24/09 12:20pm

punkofthemonth

she was alright smile
life's a bitch, but god forbid the bitch divorce me...

- nas
Reply #40 posted 07/24/09 12:33pm

acjohns

bellanoche said:

dollwoman said:

They say in the article that she was the only African American, I always thought her ancestors were from India. hmmm


I don't know why it's so hard for people to understand how diverse African American/Caribbean (South and North) ancestry is. Susan is black of Trinidadian descent and Vanity's father was black. However, I always hear people say that Susan was Indian and Vanity was Hispanic. I'm not trying to be snippy or anything, but that just bothers me. I thought Susan and Vanity were black the first time I saw them. Black people in the Americas/Caribbean are as diverse a group as they come.



It makes me laugh to this day how people still think Vanity is Hispanic. They also feel Prince is Bi racial LOLOLOLOLOL
Reply #41 posted 07/24/09 1:51pm

Graycap23

uPtoWnNY said:

OldFriends4Sale said:



Susan was the hottest of the group, IMO.

Yes sir.....
Reply #42 posted 07/26/09 9:36am

Cinnie

Who is the chick that flips out on Morris then Jerome throws in the dumpster?

OldFriends4Sale said:

Is that Kim next to Jill?







DesireeNevermind said:




an early prince gf, she was in purple rain. the waitress i believe. the one who asked Morris "who is paying for this?" he tells her keep the change, then tells jerome "go and get my change". he was such a playa. woot!
Reply #43 posted 07/27/09 7:36pm

DesireeNevermind

Cinnie said:

Who is the chick that flips out on Morris then Jerome throws in the dumpster?

OldFriends4Sale said:

Is that Kim next to Jill?










bingo
Reply #44 posted 07/27/09 7:38pm

DesireeNevermind

Jill is my fav
Susan and Vanity tied
Then Nona, Mayte. Tamar and Robin.

wasn't really diggin' them other heffers.
Reply #45 posted 07/28/09 4:51am

Cinnie

DesireeNevermind said:

Cinnie said:

Who is the chick that flips out on Morris then Jerome throws in the dumpster?




bingo

same chick?
Reply #46 posted 07/28/09 8:09am

DesireeNevermind

Cinnie said:

DesireeNevermind said:




bingo

same chick?



nope, different chick. man that scene was bad falloff she could have gotten hurt the way he slammed her in that dumpster.
Reply #47 posted 07/30/09 1:01am

Huggiebear

Jill was great, her album is amazing, probably up there with Vanity as the best of the protege albums (Bria dosen't hold a candle to her), and you know Jill Jones was half Italian and half Black (Although she looks really light)
[Edited 7/30/09 1:02am]
So what are u going 2 do? R u just gonna sit there and watch? I'm not gonna stop until the war is over. Its gonna take a long time
Reply #48 posted 07/30/09 8:41am

DesireeNevermind

Huggiebear said:

Jill was great, her album is amazing, probably up there with Vanity as the best of the protege albums (Bria dosen't hold a candle to her), and you know Jill Jones was half Italian and half Black (Although she looks really light)
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when she has her blonde hair she looks more white to me. she looks more black when she wears her curly dark hair. both her parents on the light side anyways. she was blogging on behalf of obama during the election too.


i really wish she would have done more acting. there is a hidden talent there. she just needs the right vehicle.
Reply #49 posted 07/30/09 9:57am

dollwoman

dollwoman said:

They say in the article that she was the only African American, I always thought her ancestors were from India. hmmm


Did anyone ever find out if Moonsie was an Indian last name?

For a while there I thought I needed a Globe to follow this thread. My mother is Italian and VERY dark so that she looks more like a woman of Indian heritage (asia) verses Italian heritage (europe). Given the migration of the human race there are not too many clear distinctions between one race or ethnic origin and another.

Anyway Moonsie sounds Indian to my uneducated ear so that's why I ask.
Reply #50 posted 07/30/09 9:02pm

DesireeNevermind

dollwoman said:

dollwoman said:

They say in the article that she was the only African American, I always thought her ancestors were from India. hmmm


Did anyone ever find out if Moonsie was an Indian last name?

For a while there I thought I needed a Globe to follow this thread. My mother is Italian and VERY dark so that she looks more like a woman of Indian heritage (asia) verses Italian heritage (europe). Given the migration of the human race there are not too many clear distinctions between one race or ethnic origin and another.

Anyway Moonsie sounds Indian to my uneducated ear so that's why I ask.



me too for the simple fact it's so unusual.
Reply #51 posted 07/30/09 10:26pm

Abdul

DesireeNevermind said:

OldFriends4Sale said:




I thought he did? School Days... Redbones and Jigaboos



faint





Dean Big Brotha Almighty:
"Yo Dap, you thinkin' what i'm thinkin?"

Dap:
"Yeah...I'm glad that aint Bria!"



LMAO!!!
Reply #52 posted 08/09/09 1:45pm

Adisa

So, no recent pics, eh?
I'm sick and tired of the Prince fans being sick and tired of the Prince fans that are sick and tired!
Reply #53 posted 08/09/09 5:36pm

Shango

Adisa said:

So, no recent pics, eh?

I posted a facebook-link in this thread though i'm not shure if it's her. The lady on the pic somewhat could be her imho.
Reply #54 posted 08/10/09 1:29am

SoulAlive

Shango said:

http://www.facebook.com/Susan.Moonsie shrug lol



eek hmmm
Reply #55 posted 08/10/09 2:12am

BriaVelveeta

Well, at least she's not doing the old chicks who are no longer hot trying to be hot thing (Cat Glover),


I'd hate to see her all saggy titted in some camasole with a pathetic little teddy bear.

Besides, Madonna's already cornered the tragically-too-old-for-lingerie-yet-insisting-to-rock-it-anyway market.
Reply #56 posted 08/11/09 12:15pm

dollwoman

BriaVelveeta said:

Well, at least she's not doing the old chicks who are no longer hot trying to be hot thing (Cat Glover),


I'd hate to see her all saggy titted in some camasole with a pathetic little teddy bear.

Besides, Madonna's already cornered the tragically-too-old-for-lingerie-yet-insisting-to-rock-it-anyway market.



Hey I love seeing you again Bria V, I hadn't seen a post from you in a while and I was worried you got over this place.

About saggy older women. Funny but Sophia Loren looks great in lingerie even well past 60 and I bet that Tina T does too. But they are sensual as well as sexual. Us older women have to hang up the overly raunchy look if we don't want to come across as gross. Lingerie is sort of like make-up, a little goes a long way. Even plastic surgery to lift a womens breasts up to her collar bone don't help much.

European women seem more capable than U.S. women of staying "sexy" without looking like a fool as they age.

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