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The Scandal of Scandals? From Television to Real Life

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Sherri Jefferson

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Join me as we discuss how our personal issues can have an adverse affect on people around us. Every day in America members of the African American entertainment community are afforded an opportunity to make decisions and choices, which affects the lives of their viewing or listening audience.  Over the course of the last week, the African American entertainment community has made choices, which at best, has raised serious concerns.  Porsha Stewart was arrested; Kerry Washington continues to disgrace the office of the Presidency and African American women in her adulterous role as the personal sex toy of the alleged President of the United States, and Mimi of a reality show issues a sex tape.  Aside, Shanesha Taylor cries in a mug shot as she is subject to arrest on allegations of child abuse.  Her excuse: "Single Parenting"! She gets financial support from people like Amanda Bishop and others who feel sorry for her stating she had no other choice because she had to attend a job interview. SHOWS SAY AMANDA BISHOP (IT IS SHANESHA TAYLOR)

Should Sean "P Diddy" Combs speak at Howard University college graduation?  Is it the same as Bill Gates and the late Steven Jobs who are inventors and who employ thousands of people worldwide and who are great financial contributors to communities around the world?  Is it acceptable for a person to speak at a college who has not graduated?  Are they the best candidiate to teach people how to use a college degree in this market when they do not have a degree? Or is it best for them to speak at a high school graduation about alternatives to college?