January 22, 2007
I Love New York . Sister's Words & Bones' Body
Want to see Sister Patterson, New York's mother, utter these horrid quotes? Then check out VH1's V-Spot and view the unair clip that features Sister Patterson going AWF on "12 Pack" for suggesting to Chamo, New York's gay for pay assitant, on giving him a "lap dance" if Chamo made sure that "12 Pack" stayed past night one.
The first quote has Sister Patterson errupting into a fury that leads her to use the word "faggot" to describe gay men in her straight house. The 2nd quote deals with Sister Patterson confronting "12 Pack" about his suggestion of a male on male lap dance and then hooking up with her daughter which would result in giving New York AIDS since gay men are involved in this odd love triangle.
The final quote deals with a hypocritical Sister Patterson shouting about "disrespect" yet she continues to disrespect a "gay" man in the house. If the guy playing the character of Chamo was really gay he'd confront Sister Patterson on camera, get up in her fugly face and talk to her about the filth that comes out of her mouth.
In other I Love New York news we find Bones showing off his body to a bunch of straight men. Check out his 10 pack and his ribcage. Yum... ?
I mean what else can you ask for with Bones, he's the complete thin man package, for those of interest.
Posted by guytvblog at January 22, 2007 12:38 AM
I halfheartedly believe that Sis Patterson's undercover homophobia might just be a ruse to cover up the fact that she [and possibly New York] used to be a man. They both can be sooooo dragalicious. But Moms P takes the cake. She really could be an ex-man. [Dark Phoenix indeed!]
I take it you don't think Chamo is really gay? I think he is but that the superfaggy thing he does when he's announcing is such a put-on. When Chamo's not "on" he still comes across as gay but just not so flamboyant. Kinda like that drag queen you know who when you first meet off-stage you're like... Whoa. Then you're like okay. I can see it now. [Or something.]
And as for Bones? [Shutter.] Deflated my boner.
Posted by: RSL at January 22, 2007 6:32 AM
I agree if Chamo was a he would have yanked that bad weave off her head and stuffed in her mouth. As for Bones that's just sickly looking, EEWWW!! I just wanna throw him a sandwich
Posted by: Ousslander at January 22, 2007 10:56 AM
I swear...when i saw her mother I thought she was a man. What nasty people on an even nastier show. There is no excuse for this double standard we have in this country. If we had a gay show where the lead made negative remarks about blacks...they would shut it down, fire the staff and never air one piece of it. Pathetic how gay Americans won't stand up for their rights anymore...we sit back and slowly allow ourselves to become the joke and punchline in every joke. Enough is enough.
Posted by: John at January 23, 2007 9:32 AM
@ John, actually there is a sizeable number of African American commentators/journalists who view this show [and it's parent, The Flavor of Love] as quite offensive. I believe they've bandied the term minstrel show about. YMMV
Posted by: RSL at January 23, 2007 1:17 PM
The above comments are all too true but its just a fun show. All the people seem like cartoons with NY's mother a horrible joke on everyone. She is so over the top and mean, that her religious claptrap comes across as jokey and outlandish!! She is a shrew!! But the sterotypes ehibited here are no worse than most shows!! And with Pootie's meltdown a new low, no one is spared. Gay jabs are just so much whitewashing here. It doesnt matter that theyre black!! Staright guys cough out this junk all the time!
Just take the show as fun with New York a real star!! But who is the real New York???
Look for Mr. Boston to go next, his act is wearing thin!!
Posted by: Mike C at January 24, 2007 8:52 AM