Cynthia Should Retire
Kenya thinks Cynthia's past her prime when it comes to modeling.
If You Don't Know, You Better Ask Somebody!
I am excited for you all to get to know me. This is a new chapter in my life, and it is definitely a page-turner!
My family, friends, and true fans who know me and my heart know that I love beautiful, confident women and have always encouraged them to live their dreams. Historically speaking, my actions speak louder than any words.
With that said, most of the women were stunning and we couldn't pick just one. However, there were only a few that were inappropriately dressed to whom I offered sound advice and the truth. It's simple -- you must look the part. It is completely offensive to see pubic hair at an audition (or as I said, "coochie crack and ass crack" at an audition) for a wholesome family magazine. I would be remiss not to point that out. Most took it as constructive and even waited to take photos with me after the casting and have kept in touch via Twitter. All I have and will ever try to do is HELP not HURT. So again, congratulations to all the women who showed courage just by showing up. Bravo!
If you don't know, you better ask somebody. I'm also that girl whose been on the covers of and modeled for over 30 magazines from Essence to Real Health to Maxim magazine. In fact, the very audition she held for the Jet Magazine Beauty of the Week, I was chosen as a Jet Beauty. I also have a Jet Magazine cover. Do you have a Jet Magazine cover, Cynthia? NO, you don't. Additionally, I'm that girl who has had multiple endorsements including my very own Pantene hair commercial, print ads, cosmetic campaigns, as well as numerous fashion layouts. Yep me. However, models usually retire around 30-years-old. Even though Cynthia is a beautiful woman, at 45, maybe Cynthia should retire her dusty old wigs and worn out makeup brushes that are just as worn out as her welcome mat from the modeling industry.
Ms. Bailey also takes a shot at me by saying she "wouldn't be caught dead doing some of the magazines I've done." Well guess what, Cynthia, if you were on the cover of any of the men's magazines I've appeared on the cover of, we’d all die, because we would be bored into a slow and painful death just by looking at you. In fact, I'm bored now just by thinking about it.
Now as a reminder to Miss Bailey, since my successful modeling career and crowning, I moved on to enjoy other accomplishments in my career, such as becoming a popular actor, producer, director, writer, author, and businesswoman. Maybe Cynthia should move on too. #Twirls Away