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BROTHER J.R. Smith MUST PAY for his BLACK JESUS!

April 15, 2013



Knicks Star J.R. Smith — Ordered to Pay $48,000 … You Stole Black Jesus!

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4 days ago | TMZ

Don’t mess with Black Jesus … or You Will Pay … just ask Knicks stud J.R. Smith, whose ass just lost a $48,000 lawsuit involving a diamond necklace that features an Afro-American rendition of the Messiah.A jewelry company called Lemmerman’s sued Smith, claiming he ordered a bunch of bling back in 2010 — including a diamond chain, two Black Jesus pendants and some earrings — totaling $25,500 … but never paid.We’re told one Jesus pendant and chain cost roughly $15,000 alone.

BLACK SKINNED BEAUTIES-VENUS AND SERENA WILLIAMS-THE MOST FAMOUS BLACK SKINNED BEAUTIES IN THE WORLD BEFORE MICHELLE OBAMA(B.M.0.)-WIN AT WIMBLEDON,2012!ON

August 21, 2012

OBAMA! -GHANAIAN WORLD CUP FANS APOLOGIZE TO OBAMA FOR DEFEATING US TEAM!

June 27, 2010

U.S. President Barack Obama watches a live telecast of the 2010 World Cup soccer match between the U.S. and Ghana during a short break between bilateral meetings with South Korea's President Lee Myung-bak and China's President Hu Jintao at the G20 Summit in Toronto June 26, 2010.

Ghanian national football team supporters, one of them carrying a placard ‘Obama we are sorry’, celebrate in Accra after Ghana beat the US 2-1 after extra time in Rustenberg on June 26, 2010 during the World Cup football tournament in South Africa. The Black Stars are bidding to become the first African side to reach the semi-finals of the tournament. Asamoah Gyan was Ghana’s match-winner, smashing home the winning goal in the third minute of extra time after shrugging off a challenge from Rennes club-mate Carlos Bocanegra on the edge of the American penalty area.

Ghanian national football team supporters, one of them carrying a placard 'Obama we are sorry', celebrate in Accra after Ghana beat the US 2-1 after extra time in Rustenberg on June 26, 2010 during the World Cup football tournament in South Africa. The Black Stars are bidding to become the first African side to reach the semi-finals of the tournament. Asamoah Gyan was Ghana's match-winner, smashing home the winning goal in the third minute of extra time after shrugging off a challenge from Rennes club-mate Carlos Bocanegra on the edge of the American penalty area.

SERENA BEATS THE WHITE GIRL WHO THOUGHT SHE COULD TAKE HER TITLE AT AUSTRALIAN OPEN AWAY!!-YAHOONEWS.COM

January 30, 2010

from yahoo.news

Williams beats Henin, retains Australian title
19 minutes ago

Buzz up! 684 PrintMELBOURNE, Australia (AP)—Serena Williams has won her fifth Australian Open title, beating Justine Henin 6-4, 3-6, 6-2 in the final.

Williams successfully defended her Australian title and collected her 12th Grand Slam singles championship Saturday at Rod Laver Arena.

AP – Jan 29, 6:23 am EST 1 of 99 Tennis Gallery The 28-year-old American had won her previous four titles in Melbourne in each odd-numbered year since 2003.

Henin was two tournaments into a comeback and in her first major since the 2008 Australian Open. The seven-time Grand Slam winner quit while holding the No. 1-ranking a few months later.

FROM sport.espn.go.dom

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MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Serena Williams put an end to Justine Henin’s hopes of a Grand Slam title on her return from retirement with a 6-4, 3-6, 6-2 win in the Australian Open final on Saturday.

Williams withstood a determined challenge from Henin before securing her fifth Australian Open title and 12th Grand Slam singles championship.

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Henin, who had most of the crowd support at Rod Laver Arena, couldn’t match her fellow Belgian Kim Clijsters’ feat of winning in her Grand Slam comeback tournament. Clijsters won last year’s U.S. Open on her return from a two-year retirement after getting married and having a daughter.

Williams won the last four games Saturday to clinch the championship in just over two hours, falling on her back in celebration after match point before shaking hands with Henin at the net.

Still, it was an impressive run by Henin. She lost in the final of the Brisbane International tournament to Clijsters two weeks ago.

The unranked and unseeded Henin then beat four seeded players en route to the Australian Open final, including No. 5 and Olympic gold medalist Elena Dementieva in the second round.

Henin saved two break points to hold for 3-3 in a four-game run in the second set, winning 13 of the last 14 points in a dominant finish to the set. She maintained the superiority early in the deciding set, increasing that to 18 of 19 points before Williams held serve to level the third set at 1-1.

Williams, with her right thigh and left knee heavily taped as it had been for much of the tournament, staged her own resurgence, breaking Henin in the next game to go up 2-1. Henin broke Williams’ serve in the next game, but the American broke back in the next to go up 3-2, a lead she never relinquished.

Williams held her serve in the next game with a second-service ace to go up 4-2, then broke again in the next game to take her within a game of the title.

The American holds an 8-6 lead in career meetings between the pair, including a 6-2, 6-0 win in Miami in 2008. At the time, it equaled the worst loss for a reigning No. 1, and Henin quit tennis two months later.

Henin won the Australian Open title in 2004. She quit from the 2006 final with stomach problems while trailing Amelie Mauresmo 6-1, 2-0.

Williams’ 12th singles major matched American great Billie Jean King’s career total. King was at the stadium on Saturday night to take part in a pre-match ceremony to honor the 40-year anniversary of Margaret Court’s four Grand Slam tournament wins in 1970.

Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press

OUR BLACK GREAT FATHER RICHARD WILLIAMS STEPS OUT WITH A REPLACEMENT FOR THE MOTHER OF VENUS AND SERENA WILLIAMS-AND SHE IS A SISTER OFCOURSE!-FROM PAGE2LIVE.COM

December 19, 2009

from page2live.com

VENUS AND SERENA'S FATHER STEPS OUT WITH A FINACEE AFTER BEING DIVORCED FROM THEIR MOTHER!A SISTER TOO!

Serena, Venus Williams’ stepmom is their age
Posted by Jose Lambiet
Tags: Oracene Williams, Palm Beach Gardens, Richard Williams, Serena Williams, tennis, Venus Williams
| Wednesday 11 March 2009 2:13 pm
Palm Beach Gardens tennis prodigies Serena and Venus Williams soon will have a stepmom who’s their age.

Dad Richard Williams, 67, is engaged to a 30-year-old woman whom he presented to Page2Live lensman Fred Montana. Montana bumped into them at Sports Authority in West Palm.

“Here, get the first pictures of me and my new wife, said Williams, who manages his daughters’ careers. He introduced the woman as Lakeisha Graham as the two filled the trunk of a Porsche SUV with purchases.

When I called Williams today, he said the two weren’t exactly married yet but were going to be.

We’ll probably do it after the tournament in Key Biscayne (the Sony Ericsson Open, March 25-April 5),Williams said.

But when asked if the sisters approved of his marrying a woman 37 years younger, Williams hung up.

Lakeisha Graham, soon will be Serena and Venus’ stepmom
Williams was divorced from Oracene, 56, the woman with whom he had Serena, 27, and Venus, 28, in 2002.

Three years earlier, Oracene turned up at West Palm Beach’s Columbia Hospital with three broken ribs that nursing staff suspected was the result of domestic violence. Police looked into it but no one was ever charged.

Graham, meanwhile, is listed as the owner of small grocery store near Fort Lauderdale. She’s been living with Williams for a while, since her car registration and her fishing and hunting licenses show Williams’ address, a $750,000 home in Palm Beach Gardens.

How do you feel about Richard Williams’ may-december romance?

Typical Palm Beach, but it’s gross!
It’s true love. More power to them!

VENUS WILLIAMS-BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY SUPREME AT WTA DOHA BALL-2009-BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL!-Sony Ericsson WTA Tour | Photos | Latest Galleries | Gallery | Doha Draw Gallery

December 5, 2009

THIS IS A FOR REAL BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY!

Sony Ericsson WTA Tour | Photos | Latest Galleries | Gallery | Doha Draw Gallery.

OBAMA!-OUR BLACK PRESIDENT OF THE WORLD AT THE SUMMIT OF THE AMERICAS AND HE GETS DOWN WITH THE PEOPLE OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO,APRIL 2009

April 23, 2009

FIRST BLACK LADY OF BELIZE SIMPLIS BARROW GETS A THRILL FROM OUR BLACK PRESIDENT WITH HER HUSBAND SMILING NEARBY!

FIRST BLACK LADY OF BELIZE SIMPLIS BARROW GETS A THRILL FROM OUR BLACK PRESIDENT WITH HER HUSBAND SMILING NEARBY!

BLACK UNITY!

BLACK UNITY!

OBAMA WITH OTHER BLACK PRESIDENTS(PRIME MINISTERS) AT THE SUMMIT

OBAMA WITH OTHER BLACK PRESIDENTS(PRIME MINISTERS) AT THE SUMMIT

OBAMA DISCUSSING WITH OTHER BLACK PRESIDENTS OF THE CARIBBEAN,BELIZE

OBAMA DISCUSSING WITH OTHER BLACK PRESIDENTS OF THE CARIBBEAN,BELIZE

WORLD-FAMOUS CRICKET LEGEND BRIAN LARA SHOWS PRESIDENT OBAMA HOW TO PROPERLY SWING A BAT ON APRIL 19,2009 IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

WORLD-FAMOUS CRICKET LEGEND BRIAN LARA SHOWS PRESIDENT OBAMA HOW TO PROPERLY SWING A BAT ON APRIL 19,2009 IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO FOREIGN MINISTER PAULA GOPEE-SCOON BIDS OBAMA FAREWELL AS HE LEAVES

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO FOREIGN MINISTER PAULA GOPEE-SCOON BIDS OBAMA FAREWELL AS HE LEAVES

PRESIDENT OBAMA GREETS CROWD AT PORT OF SPAIN AIRPORT,TRINIDAD-TOBAGO APRIL 19 2009

PRESIDENT OBAMA GREETS CROWD AT PORT OF SPAIN AIRPORT,TRINIDAD-TOBAGO APRIL 19 2009

from community.livejournal.com

VENUS WILLIAMS:BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY SUPREME!

January 19, 2009

BLACK BEAUTY MEETS BLACK BEAUTY FOR REAL!-I PRAY FOR A HANDSOME BLACK HUSBAND FOR YOU LIKE THIS,BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY VENUS WILLIAMS-THE MOST FAMOUS BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY IN THE WORLD!

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WHEN SERENA WILLIAMS WENT BACK TO AFRICA(GHANA) THE FIRST TIME IT INSPIRED HER!-FROM FEB.2007 NIGERIAN NEWSPAPER QUOTING AP WIRESERVICE

September 16, 2008

from osundefender.com(Nigeria)

GHANA TRIP HELPED ME – SERENA
Tuesday, 13 February 2007
Finally, after years of ambiguity and doubt, Serena Williams scored an amazing emotional victory to win this year’s Australian Open, obliterating Maria Sharapova 6-1 6-2 in the Women’s Singles final.

Her show of determination, power and passion that eclipsed anything the former world No 1 had previously achieved. Her performance proved that she still remains potentially one of the most formidable force in women tennis.

Persistent wrist problems prevented Serena’s sister, Venus, from playing in Australia, but a trip to Ghana in November last year revitalised Serena.

“I saw things there that my ancestors had been through and it couldn’t be worse than that,” she said. “I thought about that and I think it helped me a lot.”

VENUS AND SERENA WILLIAMS FIGHT IT OUT AT WIMBLEDON! FROM NEW YORK TIMES

July 17, 2008

from nytimes.com

Wimbledon
All-Williams Wimbledon Final Is All Venus

By CHRISTOPHER CLAREY
Published: July 6, 2008
WIMBLEDON, England — Sisters for life and doubles partners later in the afternoon, Venus and Serena Williams put most of that aside for nearly two hours on Saturday at Wimbledon, smacking serves and ground strokes in each other’s direction with a vengeance and an accuracy that have often been lacking in their previous family reunions.

Venus Williams rebounded from a slow start to win her second straight Wimbledon title and fifth over all, defeating her sister Serena, 7-5, 6-4. More Photos >
It had been five years since they squared off in a Grand Slam singles final, and the long wait produced one of their most consistently intense and entertaining matches despite the gusty conditions that often made Centre Court feel more like the front deck of a ship.

But there is still no doubt about which Williams sister has the best record at Wimbledon.

Despite a ferocious start from Serena, Venus absorbed the shock and gradually imposed her long-limbed presence on her favorite tennis court. Her 7-5, 6-4 victory gave her a fifth Wimbledon singles title, leaving Serena with two.

“I can’t believe it’s five, but when you’re in the final against Serena Williams, five seems so far away from that first point,” Venus said in her postmatch remarks to the crowd. “She played so awesome. It was really a task to beat her.”

Although Serena hugged her older sister at the net and was gracious during the ceremony, this defeat was clearly a major blow. Serena has worked herself into fine shape this season, but she has not won a Grand Slam singles title since her surprise run at the 2007 Australian Open.

“I don’t think I’m satisfied with the way I played today,” Serena said. “For me, there’s nothing to be satisfied about.”

Serena was feeling cheerier by the end of the night, after she and Venus won their third women’s doubles title here by beating Lisa Raymond of the United States and Samantha Stosur of Australia, 6-2, 6-2.

This Wimbledon was a Williams revival indeed, but the match that mattered most was the singles. “I had a feeling that they were finally going to play a really good final,” the nine-time Wimbledon singles champion Martina Navratilova said. “Today was fantastic tennis.”

Serena beat Venus in their previous Wimbledon finals in 2002 and 2003. But the record books now make it clear that the All England Club is more Venus’s stamping ground than hers. This was Venus’s second straight title and her third in four years, but it was the number five that popped into her head immediately after she had secured the match on a backhand error by Serena.

“I think definitely winning this tournament so many times definitely puts you in the stratosphere, to be honest, just because of what this tournament means,” Venus said. “I think had I had this achievement at any other tournament, it would have been awesome, but not nearly the same meaning as at Wimbledon.”

Venus, who was seeded seventh this year, is certainly a different player here. Although she had not reached the final of any tournament this season, she swept through the Wimbledon draw without dropping a set.

“She loves it here,” said Venus’s hitting partner, David Witt. “She comes here, and it just seems like she just gets here and glows. She loves the grass, and obviously confidence is everything in this game.”

On grass, Venus’s huge serves and flat ground strokes are penetrating. On grass, she is more inclined to put her volleys to use. At 6 feet 1 inch, she covers a lot of air and space at the net.

That ability, with her clutch serving under pressure, was one of the keys to this victory. Venus came to the net 18 times and lost only 3 points when she did.

With the wind playing nasty tricks, Venus repeatedly grabbed her service tosses out of the air instead of hitting them and often pushed well beyond the 25-second time limit before serving. During a changeover, she was told by the chair umpire Carlos Ramos that she needed to speed up.

But Venus was all too aware that her younger sister was returning aggressively and effectively. Venus lost her serve once in each set, but she could have been broken on three or four more occasions. Serena failed to convert on 11 of her 13 break points, as Venus frequently jammed her by hitting serves into her body. In the first game of the second set, Venus held after hitting the fastest serve ever recorded by a woman at Wimbledon, 129 miles per hour.

“I think that was her tactic, was to serve every ball to the body; I’m glad she did it, because next time I know what to expect,” Serena said.

“I knew what she was doing. It was very readable.”

When Serena finally broke Venus in the second set, prevailing on her seventh break point of a marathon game to take a 2-1 lead, she then lost her own serve in the next game to let Venus get back to 2-2.

Serena appeared dejected after that. Although she was still an imposing presence on the court, Venus was the more audible presence down the stretch, shrieking as she leaned into her ground strokes and playing world-class defense. Serena was uncharacteristically quiet.

She had started more strongly, winning 10 of the first 11 points with a flurry of winners and forcing Venus to scramble to avert a first-set rout. But with Serena leading, 4-2, Venus scrambled back to 4-4.

“I don’t think she made me not play well; I think the conditions were really tough out there,” Serena said of the wind. “I know she was under the same conditions, but it was just really, really tough. She lifted the level of her game, and I should have lifted mine. But instead, I think mine went down.”

The ninth game of the first set proved significant. Venus saved three break points. At game point, Serena hit a backhand floater cross court that she clearly thought was going to be wide. She yelled, but the ball landed in.

Ramos called a let, but after Venus and Serena approached the chair, Ramos ended up pronouncing, “Game Venus.”

Serena had conceded the point. “Serena is the ultimate sportsperson; we both are,” Venus said. “We don’t take injury timeouts. We just play.”

According to a spokesman for the Wimbledon referee’s office, Ramos had initially called a let because he considered Serena’s shout to be an “inadvertent hindrance.” If she had not conceded the point, it would have been replayed.

Serena declined to discuss the incident in detail after the match, but she still managed to hold serve to 5-5 before being broken in her next service game to lose the set. She later dropped her serve again to lose the match, saving the first match point at 15-40 with an ace but knocking a backhand wide at the end of a long rally.

There were no leaps in the air from Venus after the title had been secured, no unbridled joy. But Venus was clearly over the moon, and she and her sister have each won eight times in their 16 often-anticlimactic encounters.

This, however, was one of the best.


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