Update on Shirley Q. Liquor:
Ain't this about a bitch? Sojourner from the blog Sojourner's Place wrote a post about foolio and said that the email to direct your complaint to at his/her management company is now defunct. Sure enough, when I checked that POS's website, all info was gone, as well as the pictures.
Let me get this straight, you can tour the country and disrespect me and my Black sisters on every level, but when we call you on that sh*t you run like "a slave from the church" (paraphrasing his/her words)?
If you really thought you were doing a "tribute to Black women" I think we'd be able to find you and your management, yes?
It ain't over Shirley Q. How you durrin'?
UPDATE!: WWW.BanShirleyQLiquor.com has been launched in an attempt to ban Knipp's minstrel show. Also, “The Bev Smith Show” on American Urban Radio Networks (AURN) will dedicate its entire broadcast today (8:12 p.m.-10 p.m. ET) to the campaign to ban Shirley Q. Liquor and spread the word about his upcoming performances.
National Black talk radio “The Bev Smith Show” on American Urban Radio Networks (AURN) will dedicate its entire Monday, March 3 (7p-10p ET) broadcast to the campaign to ban Shirley Q. Liquor and spread the word about his upcoming performances. AURN is the only African-American owned network radio company in the United States. It is the largest network reaching urban America, with more than 200 weekly shows, AURN reaches an estimated 20 million listeners.
To listen online click HERE.