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Rappers React To Gucci Mane's Face Tat + His Tattoo Artist Says He Will NOT Do That Again

Wonder what other folks are saying about Gucci Mane's decision to get a face tattoo?  So were we...and you can find out inside.  Plus, hear what the tattoo artist had to say about his creation and if he will ever do it again....

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Ne-Yo Accepts His Receding Hairline + Oprah Winfrey's Cable Network Being Sued!

Ever wondered why you rarely saw Ne-Yo without a hat? Well read on to find out why he keeps his noggin covered (and has since he was 13) and why Oprah’s OWN network is being sued…

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YBF Talks To Good Hair Celebs+Filmmaker Sues Chris Rock Over Alleged Good Hair Copyright Infringement

YBF's NYC correspondent Kourtney "K-Rich" Ri'chard hit the red carpet for last night's Target and Cinema Society Good Hair premiere. And we've got some exclusive video of celebs cracking us up talking hair:

Check out what Ashanti (who says she doesn't use a perm), Wendy Williams, Chris Rock, Al Sharpton, and others had to say about what "good hair" means to them. Chris Rock gets slapped with a copyright infringement suit when you read the rest...

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The Good Hair Premiere In New York City

Chris Rock and Nia Long are back on the big red carpet again premiering their new movie Good Hair.  This time they hit NYC's IFC Center with their celebrity friends:

Nia's looking gorgeous as usual.  Loving this look.

Ashanti actually rocked a cute look as well.  Simple black back zipped up dress with colorful pumps.  Her body's been looking great these days as well.

And Salt, Spinderella, and Pepa all hit the carpet last night as well.  Still loves these ladies. Lots more pics when you read the rest...

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L.A. Premiere Of Good Hair

YBF chicks were in full effect at last night's L.A. premiere of Chris Rock's documentary Good Hair:

Nia Long--featured in the movie--looked stunning per usual in this sparked blouse and mini shorts. Gorgeous look and hair and makeup for her. F'in love it.

Gabby Union and Jill Marie put on their best sexy hair poses on the red carpet.

Melyssa Ford and Elise Neal--both are in the movie too--did the same.

And Raven Symone hit the premiere since she's in the movie as well.  I know some folks may not be feeling her look, but she's looking pretty damn fabulous to me.  Work it Ray...

I hit up the screening for Good Hair here in DC last week.  My take: Funny (of course) and indeed a necessary discussion of such a big issue for the black community and women as a whole.  But I do have mixed feelings on the over-generalization, over simplifications, and assumptions made throughout the documentary. At times, it also felt like black women, in particular, were being belittled and slapped in the face for how many of us choose to care for our hair. I also took issue with only one type of hair salon/hair care "professionals" that was being portrayed.  I guess perpetuating the "black ghetto girl" stereotype is great for laughs and all.  But there's indeed a much more fabulous side of black hair care that could have been portrayed as well.  On a more positive note, I do applaud Chris for taking on this project and not waiting around for someone outside of the black community to talk about the issues of our own.  Just my opinion... Lots more pics when you read the rest...

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