Home Music Industry News Lil Kim Protests "Notorious" Movie (special RF Guest Review)

Lil Kim Protests "Notorious" Movie (special RF Guest Review)

tinashe

Jamal Woolard and   Naturi Naughton at the premiere of "Notorious" on WednesdayOK, this movie is just not on my list of “must sees” but perhaps you could use this news…

Here’s some info from DC Livers about the premiere….LAWD JE DC is like me…

(BlackPressMagazine) – It felt like a scene from a movie. But in the end, it was more like a deleted scene that would only be seen on the director’s cut.

My coverage of   the upcoming movie, “NOTORIOUS” starring as Biggie’s mom Voletta Wallace, Jamal Woolard as Biggie and Naturi Naughton (Lil Kim) almost didn’t happen due to a series of unfortunate events. First, I’d had some drama with a bratty Fox Searchlight media relations rep earlier in the day, . He was downright nasty. It always amazes me how PR peons like John Maybee pimp the press for publicity and media coverage but treat us like they’re doing us a favor.

When I called to ask for directions, Johnny-Boy told me that there was some sort of mix up with credentialing and that he wasn’t going to fix it. Needless to say, we exchanged a few words. At first I thought about boycotting the event, but reality set in so reluctantly I made a couple of phone calls. Fifteen minutes later, I secured two of the coveted Black rectangular, gold-lettered tickets to the Notorious movie premiere. , I got lost in City and ended up at the wrong movie theater. I eventually found the Lincoln Square AMC 13 located at 68th and Broadway across the street from the famous Julliard school. But, I was late. As I arrived – by taxi not by limo – my worst nightmare was realized as I saw the blinding lights of photographers as they snapped photos of the arriving celebrities. My luck started to improve when I met Tony from The Source magazine who whisked me out of the cold and delivered me to the front door of the theater in the publication’s snazzy street van. He was really nice and thanks to him I got my second wind. I admit, it was weird being in The Source’s van after some of the articles I’ve written about its founder Dave Mays and the interview I did with former editor-in-chief Kim Osorio. But, Tony was a true professional and before I left he stocked me up with collector’s editions of Notorious Big editions of The Source.

Pages: First | 1 | 2 | 3 | Next → | Last | Single Page

Kevin Ross: RFFocus.org CEO with over 20 years experience in the Industry. Ross is a former radio Program Director and Radio Jock. You can contact him by clicking the "Contact Us" button in the menu bar.