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Thursday, March 06, 2014

411 for week ending: March 7th, 2014

These two Winners should be on top of the world. But, they don't seem to be able to get along with each other. You both just made history.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Best Director (Steve McQueen) and Best Adapted Screenplay (John Ridley)
for 12 years a Slave.

Stan's Mum said...

Steve McQueen didn't win Best Director, he was part of the team that won Best Picture

Anonymous said...

It's not the White man who is our own worst enemy, it's US, Black versus Black! Now God has blessed these two talented men and they have allowed "jealously, arrogance, and pride" to come in. Come on Steve McQueen and John Ridley respect one another and drop "the Plantation mentality", the "crabs in a bucket mentality."

C B said...

Its a shame that John Ridley and Steve McQueen cant get along or be cordial during such a big event...this was such a great moment for African Americans and they acted like jerks.

Anonymous said...

I wondered what was going on when I saw that they never congratulated one another on the awards show...If we cannot respect one another - then who will respect us. S M H !!!!!!

Grace said...

The feud has to do with director McQueen wanting a co-writing credit on the screenplay which would have gotten him 2 Oscars that night. Credit jacking is big business in Hollyweird. McQueen probably changed 1 or 2 lines in the screenplay while directing & thought he deserved a co-writers credit. I don't blame Ridley....KEEP IT MOVING.

MyBiz said...

Front page: Patty don't you think it's time to stop calling Bobbi-Krist husband her husband brother? It's clear Whitney let her have a live in boyfriend. White people do it all the time, move on.