Sara Stokes from Diddy’s MTV show “Da Band” tries to expose Diddy in a new interview.
Only problem is she isn’t telling us anything we didn’t already know!
Interview Per H8terade:
Sara Stokes stated that she knew Diddy would sign her, even telling us that years prior MTB2, while at a business function, Sara Stokes approached Diddy and told him that she would be signed to Bad Boy.
Well, we learned this was half true since apparently Da Band wasn’t even signed to Bad Boy… EVER! It appears that all Making the Band acts (Da Band, Danity Kane, Day26, perhaps even Donnie Klang) were actually contracted with MTV. For this BOMBSHELL we learned why it was so easy for the public to not take them seriously.
Does this mean the show is fake? Well it depends how you define fake. If you mean scripted than no, but it appears that Diddy didn’t have much faith in these MTB acts. Another bombshell Sara dropped was that after their infamous Cheese Cake Walk, rapper Babs actually had to be taken to the hospital from exhaustion and this little tid bit was edited out.
I guess it doesn’t look good to make a woman walk 8 hours for a slice of cheese cake causing her to go to the hospital, huh Diddy? But back to Sara. Sara’s single “No Call, No Show” is the ish! Sara did state she was sadden when she saw other artists on award shows and live performances know that she could do 100 times better. (Cassie?) Sara comes off very genuine and ready for the next step in her career. We wish her all the luck in the world.
Doesn’t Jennifer Lopez look fierce!
Jen told MTV News:
“The minute RedOne played it for me, I made him play it 20 times in a row, and I just sat there at the board and I kept listening to it and listening to it. Because I really feel like, emotionally, I connected to it, but also because of how much I love to dance and how much that’s always been such a big part of who I am since I started.
Since I was a little girl, I just totally connected with the idea of getting out there.”
It’s a sad day for the fans and supporters of MTV show “From G’s to Gents” contestant, Baron “Dirty” Colon. He was charged for the murder of artist Marcelo Vera.
Colon was arrested last week for a robbery gone fatal in January 2006. But in a moment of clarity and realizing his life was no good example for his children, he decided to change his life around.
“I got two kids. I want to be in the gentleman’s club because I want to change, for them,” Colon said during the first episode. “If I don’t change, there’s only going to be two things: prison, or death.”
Well it looks like that time has come and gone and jail may be his future.
According to reports, an informant named Colon as the shooter, disclosing details “ranging from the caliber of the weapons used in the homicide, the fact that the victim was a skinny male who put up a fight, and that he and [an accomplice] fled the scene and spent the night outside, even sleeping in bushes the night of the murder to make sure he evaded police.”
Colon allegedly conspired with Stephany Concepcion and two others to rob the named victim who was known to keep large amounts of cash in his home.
Drake On Receiving Four Grammy Nominations:
“It’s funny, I was talking to Tez yesterday (Cortez Bryant), and he was like “you remember when I couldn’t get you tickets, then I got you tickets and it was on the 300 level, and Wayne was doing Swagger like us?” I was just hyped. I was on my feet the whole time. I was just excited to be there. It was that feeling just being there because that was the room that was in my dreams. I have this reoccurring dream that I am giving this speech and being able to make all these people in my life happy. And I looked around said this is the room, this is it. It’s a GRAMMY award, my dream is a GRAMMY award. So I’m just hyped in there standing up and I hit up Tez that night like, “you ever think we will get a GRAMMY?” Man, I’ll tell you, as much as I’m still as equally as honored to walk away without an award just knowing that the GRAMMY board even recognized my music period…the fact that I still have four opportunities to tell my mother how much of an incredible woman she is…thank not only the managers that have brought me to this point, and just the people in my past who think I have forgotten about them. The fact that I have four opportunities to do that this year is absolutely incredible.”
My GRAMMY Deja Vu:
“The dream never had any audio, man. Like I could never what kind of award it was, I could never pinpoint where it was. I could only see like, the back of my head, and a bunch of people in the crowd and I can feel people were happy. It was this dream that I always had. I saw how the stage was set up, how the stuff on the side was set up, I said this is it. This is the room I’m always thinking about. I’ve never been in a room that made me feel like that before. I’ve been to the MTV awards before I went to the GRAMMYs and the way the lights were lit up, yeah, you can say it was like a Déjà vu feeling.”
The One Award That Would Mean The Most To Me
“The one award that means most to me would be Best New Artist, based off the fact that it lets people know how early in our relationship we still are. It lets a fan know, because sometimes, even to me, the last two years feels like ten years, and Thank Me Later is really my first full length album. So Far Gone was really the first time the world got to hear from me, but it’s only really been two years and I’m really just a new artist and God willing if I can still find the creativity to have the inspiration to make music that moves people, I feel like I still have years to go. I think being in that category with such stiff competition is such a great time marker for me. It really even reminded me how young I am in this. With me and Justin Bieber, we are two artists that used two new forms of getting discovered. We were found on the internet in a way more independent fashion in a way people used to be discovered. We weren’t found in a showcase and signed to a label, we were discovered on a very grassroots ground level tool which now runs the world. We are internet first artists. To make it from playing an acoustic guitar in your living room, or to make it from 40’s apartment to the GRAMMYs , it’s one of the most inspiring things of our generation.”