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  • alexandramayers

    alexandramayers 11:28 pm on October 26, 2017 Permalink |
    Tags: , , , , , favorites, , , , , martial artist, , politician   

    2 of my better interviews are with non-Americans 

    I was thinking today that it’s interesting that not just one, but two of my better interviews are with non-Americans.

    One of my all time favorite interviews was with the photographer who shot Melania Trump nude, a man (who ironically is also a legitimate Prince) by the name of Jarl Alexandre Alé De Basseville. I still enjoy keeping in touch with him to this day – he’s always given me excellent advice when I’ve needed a fresh perspective.

    My most recent interview with Alan DeLabie is definitely one of my favorites too.  He’s just a phenomenal man of many talents who I hope achieves his dream of becoming a Hollywood Actor.  He truly is today’s answer to Jean Claude Van Damme (and more)…


    What I really like about both De Basseville and DeLabie is that both believe that one should NEVER allow another to control what you think and what you do (whether the individual or group attempting to support you claims to hate you OR support you). I completely agree with their mindsets.

     
  • alexandramayers

    alexandramayers 12:13 pm on December 21, 2016 Permalink
    Tags: , , , Blade, , , , martial artist, movie, , , , , , , White Men Can't Jump   

    Alexandra Mayers LIVE: A tribute to & commentary on Wesley Snipes PLUS thoughts on Jungle Fever

    Alexandra Mayers shares her commentary & thoughts on her teenage crush – award winning actor, director and martial artist Wesley Snipes.

    At the start of the webcast, Alexandra explains about how due to growing up in an environment void of Black men, seeing Wesley Snipes face for the first time on the cover of a magazine in a grocery store when she was in her early teens helped to shape her personal image of exactly the type of man she hoped to meet later oneday.

    Alexandra discusses some recent news pertaining to Wesley Snipes & Kanye West and questions why the mainstream media seems to consistently attempt to stifle Black Unity.

    Alexandra also shares her thoughts and commentary on the movies Blade, White Men Can’t Jump & Jungle Fever.

    Lastly Alexandra explores the topic of interracial relationships and theorizes that the issue of race (or ethnicity) may generate more revenue for media outlets & corporations than porn or sex.

     
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