The topic of white privilege is often avoided by the American media but following the events resulting from Mike Brown’s death in Ferguson, people have been forced to address the issue. However, as I point out in the latest episode of Trini Trent TV, this problem extends to the wider society, including the entertainment industry.
The 2014 MTV VMA aired last evening and while many people celebrated the artists who rocked the stage, social media was set ablaze during some of the most controversial performances of the night. From Nicki Minaj’s ensemble to Beyonce dancing on a stripper pole for Blue Ivy, the latest Trini Trent TV episode addresses it […]
Trini Trini TV is finally back in action of months on hiatus and we have a lot to discuss! kicking things off with a bang, I am challenging the ideas of feminism presented in the media by Nicki Minaj, Beyonce and all the other women who blatantly sell sex.
Where have I been? Why has The Lava Lizard fallen dormant? Well, the time for that answer is not now but I will say this: When I spring back into action, this site will be better than ever. If you don’t believe me, let this special episode of Trini Trent TV be a preview!
Nick Cannon made headlines this week when he sported whiteface makeup in a series of Instagram videos. Naturally, many of his white followers were offended and said he is no better than white performers who dress in blackface. What do I think? You’re about to find out on Trini Trent TV.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Carnival season has officially come to an end and now that the dust has settled, many longtime participants in the world’s so-called greatest festival are upset. Naturally, I have my own views on this year’s events, including the International Soca Monarch competition, and I’m voicing them via Trini Trent TV.
The previous episode of Trini Trent TV, which tackled the issue of homophobia in poplar culture, was so well received that I’m back with a new instalment to keep the discussion going. This week, I’m tackling the controversial topic of gay men on the down low.
Trini Trent TV is on a roll, thanks to all of the activity in the world of popular culture! This week, I’m using the scandalous comments made by the ladies of Braxton Family Values and The Real Housewives of Atlanta to address the issue of homophobia.
If you thought the previous episode of Trini Trent TV was controversial, take a deep breath before you watch this latest instalment of your favourite show. This time, I’m not hold anything back as I address the displacement of black artists in the music industry.
I usually review the best and worst moments of award shows but that format has become incredibly dull. So, I will use Trini Trent TV to address the glaring issues that arose from the 2014 Grammy Awards as they relate to major problems affecting the music industry. Naturally, I’m starting with Beyonce’s performance.