THEONPOINTGURLY Performs A Khalilah Joi Monologue

Founder of OnPointCelebz; TheOnPointGurly practiced this monologue so she could get a feel of acting on screen. The beautiful actress; Khaliah Joi, is the women that first performed the piece. Her monologue won at the American Black Film Festival. Ms. Joi has now inspired people to want to perform.

The monologue is about a women that caught her boyfriend of 4 years cheating, on her grandmother antique dinning room table. She goes to explain how she handled the situation.

We love the emotions in the monologue, its intense. Take a look at the monologue and tell us what you think.

The Orignial Performance by Khalilah Joi.


Beau Biden’s Death Touch The Hearts Of Many

Joseph R. “Beau” Biden III the son of Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. and known as Beau died Saturday night, after battling cancer for about two years. He left behind his wife and two kids but had a promising political career in Delaware.

In an unusually lengthy and emotional statement on Sunday morning, Secretary of State John Kerry, a longtime friend of the Biden family, eulogized Mr. Biden as a “class act, period, ingrained with integrity, compassion, a sense of moral obligation to help others, and especially people who were hurting.”

Mr. Kerry’s statement echoed the sense of deep sadness for the vice president that flowed through most of the reaction. The elder Mr. Biden lost his first wife and young daughter in a car crash in 1972, and now must lay his eldest son to rest.

Similar expressions came quickly from top Democrats, including Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic leader in the House, and Harry Reid, the top Democrat in the Senate. Former President Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton, the former secretary of state, each shared their anguish on Twitter.

“Hillary & I mourn the loss of Beau Biden — so full of life, love, honor, and service — and we pray for the strength of his wonderful family,” Bill Clinton wrote shortly after Mr. Biden’s death was announced by the vice president’s office Saturday night.

President Obama said in a statement Saturday that Mr. Biden had been a “good, big-hearted, devoutly Catholic and deeply faithful man.” On Sunday, out of respect for Mr. Biden’s family, the White House canceled a reception that Mr. Obama was scheduled to hold on behalf of Ford’s Theater.

The sense of grief came from Republicans, too. Jeb Bush, the former governor of Florida and a likely presidential hopeful, offered his prayers for the vice president and his family. Liz Cheney, the daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, extended the family’s “deepest sympathy and heartfelt prayers.”

Donald Trump offered condolences to the vice president for “the loss of his wonderful son, Beau. Met him once, great guy!” And Sarah Palin, the Republican vice-presidential candidate in 2008, noted Mr. Biden’s service in the Iraq war and said she had enjoyed spending time with his family when she debated his father during that campaign.

“The Lord is my rock, my fortress and my deliverer,” Ms. Palin wrote, quoting the Bible’s Psalm 18:2. “My God is my rock, in whom I take refuge, my shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold.”

Celebrities, too, used Twitter to communicate their emotions, often directing their support to the vice president.

“My heart is broken 4 Vice President of the United States,” wrote Cher, the singer and actress. “The 1 thing I know about Joe is, He prizes family above all else.”

She ended her post with emoji pictures of a heart and two hands pressed together.

Mia Farrow, the actress, wrote: “So sad for the Biden family. Everyone loved Beau.”

The surge of reaction on Twitter was a virtual testament to the cheer and good will that the elder Mr. Biden has earned over decades in the public spotlight. Where some politicians earn reputations for playing hardball politics, Mr. Biden has long been seen as a kind of happy warrior, always smiling.

That seemed to make the loss harder to comprehend, according to many Twitter messages in the hours after the announcement of Mr. Biden’s death.

“Just awful for Mr. Biden to have 3 family losses so young. My heart is heavy for him,” one person wrote. Another said: “VP Biden is the epitome of family.” A third said: “No one should have to bury two children in their lifetime. My condolences and prayers to the Biden family.”

Many people on Twitter posted links to a graduation speech that the vice president gave at Yale University earlier this month. In it, Mr. Biden reflected at length about the tragedies that he had endured and the ways in which they made him stronger.

“Six weeks after my election, my whole world was altered forever,” he said, describing the horror of finding out about the crash in 1972. He said he found redemption by focusing on his sons.

“I can remember my mother — a sweet lady — looking at me, after we left the hospital, and saying, ‘Joey, out of everything terrible that happens to you, something good will come if you look hard enough for it,’” Mr. Biden told the Yale graduates. “She was right.”

Mr. Biden reflected on his decision to travel home to Delaware each night even as he served in the Senate. Some said it reflected a lack of ambition, he noted, an indication that he wasn’t really serious about success as a national politician.

“But looking back on it,” Mr. Biden said, “the truth be told, the real reason I went home every night was that I needed my children more than they needed me.”

In his statement Sunday morning, Mr. Kerry quoted the vice president as once saying that after losing a loved-one “there is a black hole you feel in your chest, like you’re being sucked back into it.” But Mr. Kerry added that “Joe has also said there comes a day ‘when the thought of your son or daughter, or your husband or wife, brings a smile to your lips before it brings a tear to your eyes.’”

“As usual,” Mr. Kerry wrote, “Joe said it better than anyone else could.”

Via The New York Times

NEW MUSIC VIDEO: Maroon 5 – Maps

Maroon 5 released the visual for the single “Maps” today. The cinematic video begins in the hospital with Adam running around searching for the emergency room. Once he finds the room laying on the hospital bed is his girlfriend hanging on by a strand. The video then flashes back to earlier on in the night from when she got hit, to when Adam and her were at a party and she saw him kissing a girl too before they left the house and she was picking out outfits. The end of the video goes back to the emergency room where she takes her last breath before she dies.

The video did a lot of back and forth with the past and present causes the audience to really feel like they are watching a movie. If I had not heard the song before I would not even know what the song was talking about. The video was so powerful it overpowered the song itself.

OnPointVideo! Love it! MuaH! 🙂


NEWS: Paris Jackson Rushed To Hospital After Suicide Attempt

According to reports, Paris Jackson was rushed to the hospital late last night after a suicide attempt.  Just before she was wheeled out of her home on a stretcher with two slits on her wrist, the 15 year old had posted cryptic tweets on Twitter that read, “Wonder why tears are salty? Yesterday, all my troubles seemed so far away now it looks as though they’re here to stay.

A source revealed to US Magazine:

She has major depression issues, a lot of it stemming from her dad’s death. It’s very real and very sad. She has been extremely depressed and not been able to sleep lately, staying up all night.

Earlier today, her mom  confirmed to Entertainment Tonight that Paris slit her wrists while telling the site that Paris has had a lot going on lately. She was also upset that she wasn’t allowed to go to a Marilyn Manson concert.

It’s hard to say what her current relationship is like with her father’s side of the family (after the highly publicized fallout with Janet last year), but over the last few months, she has reunited with her mother Debbie Rowe and has begun forming a closer relationship with her mother’s side of the family.


It hurts my heart to see a young girl going threw this type of pain. I don’t think a lot of people understand the pain that this girl must be feeling. I pray that she looks within herself and sees that she is worth all of what has to offer. Also I hope the relationship with her mother works out for the best.

Horrible Tornado rips through Oklahoma causing deaths and major injuries

A devastating, two-mile-wide tornado touched down near Oklahoma City on Monday, killing at least 51 people—including at least 20 children—decimating homes, businesses and a pair of elementary schools in the suburb of Moore.


According to the state’s medical examiner, the death toll was expected to rise.


The schools—Plaza Towers Elementary and Briarwood Elementary—were leveled by the tornado. It was unclear how many children were in them at the time the twister hit, but according to KFOR-TV, at least seven children died at Plaza Towers, and as many as two dozen more were feared to be trapped inside the rubble. An Associated Press photographer saw rescue workers pull several children out alive. A makeshift triage center was set up in the school’s parking lot.


“This is war-zone terrible,” Jon Welsh, a helicopter pilot for KFOR who lives in Moore, said while surveying the damage from the air. “This school is completely gone.”


Emergency officials urged people to remain off the roads so rescue workers and first responders could reach people potentially trapped in rubble, as the National Guard was called in to help in the search for victims.


Three people were killed at a 7-Eleven in the path of the storm, CBS’ KWTV reported, including a man, woman and baby who took cover in a freezer but didn’t survive. KFOR reported a fourth person was killed there.


A child is pulled from the rubble at Tower Plaza Elementary in Moore, May 20, 2013. (Sue Ogrocki/AP)


“Our hearts are broken,” Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin said at a news conference Monday evening.

To Read more go to Yahoo! News

We send our prayers out to all the victims of this tragic event. God is with you all and everything will be back to what it was soon enough.