Nasty chats with men

I have dated all races and I believe you should be free to do whatever you want.

But I was so annoyed because I was having such a great time at the concert and Kobe happen to be standing next to me, and then all of a sudden I was tied to his break-up.

Sanaa: I thinks it’s important who you choose to do your weave, but I always like to leave a little of my hair out, and not everybody has the luxury of doing that.

There’s a lot of times when I want to braid up all of my hair, but I find if you leave some of your hair out on the top it just looks a lot more natural. I’m not saying that I would never do it, but I would only get it if it were top of the line, because those are the ones that look natural.

EBONY.com: How do you wear you hair when you work out?

I will give you a glow underneath your makeup but I don’t necessarily use that everyday.

Both killing it with their own individual careers (Carmena is a successful DJ and Evangeline a mastermind talent manager), the greatness that was born out of their joint minds comes as no surprise.

We got to these busy ladies to answer a few questions on how they got started and what keeps them going, dig in below! Carmena: Evangeline and I met on stage at a day party. I hate working with people who are too similar to me. Carmena: We started as Women in Music in the winter of 2017.

This should go without saying, but feminism and Beyoncé are great and suggesting otherwise is a quick way to get on most people's shit list.

So is being a complete asshole, but a lot of men haven't learned all of these lessons yet!

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