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Becky Lives Matter – #FreeVicky



By Matt Naham


A white, 17-year-old Instagram star with more than one million followers who goes by “Woah Vicky” and has claimed in the past that she identifies as black was arrested over the weekend in Greensboro, N.C. for trespassing, resisting arrest and assInstagram Photoaulting a police officer by kicking him.

The teen, whose real name is Victoria Waldrip and who hails from Marietta, Ga., posted the whole incident on her Instagram account after the fact.

That included two videos and a mugshot.


Instagram Photo


Police initially responded to the Four Seasons Town Centre Mall after reports that shots were fired,  WFMY News 2 reported.

While that wasn’t actually the case, there was “disorderly” behavior at the mall. After being given “multiple opportunities to leave,” Waldrip was taken down and handcuffed, all of which was caught on video.

Waldrip, who hasInstagram Photo already been called a worse version of Rachel Dolezal and Danielle “Bhad Bhabie” Bregoli, posted her mugshot with the hashtag #freevicky.

In case you don’t recall, this is Danielle Bregoli and this is Rachel Dolezal.

This is interesting because it wasn’t too long ago that she posted a picture of herself in a prison jumpsuit as a joke.

Instagram Photo

Many have commented since her real life arrest that this was “foreshadowing.”

Waldrip sparked outrage in the past when she said she could say the n-word because she has black ancestry. She even tweeted a photo she said was proof of her ethnicity.

She’s also posted videos in which she’s claimed that she’s always known that she’s black.

Instagram Photo

Waldrip was listed as white on her police report, the New York Post reported.

Uppity Negress On Actify Press



Actify Press And Uppity Negress, Phoenix Calida are about to do the Wine Cellar Thing.

Phoenix Calida, The ORIGINAL UPPITY NEGRESS has been in contact with the folks at Actify Press via twitter and for this video we’ll be broadcasting them interviewing us.

Check it out.

Uppity Negress And The Cannabis Candidate

Congressional Candidate, Benjamin Thomas Wolf stops by the Wine Cellar to kick it with Uppity Negress, Phoenix Calida.

The Cannabis Candidate

Born and raised in Kent, Ohio by two public school teachers, Benjamin quickly learned the core values of education and hard work. At the age of twelve,Benjamin discovered the pleasure of public service while working for the local parks and recreation department.  He continued volunteering with city and state organizations throughout his formative years.

     After completing a university internship on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C., Benjamin was recruited by theFederal Bureau of InvestigationHe graduated from the F.B.I. Academy and worked for years within the National Security Division on the highest priority terrorism,intelligence, and international security matters.

Benjamin later transferred to the U.S. Department of State as an American diplomat and earned tenure in the Foreign Service while advancing security and diplomatic efforts abroad.   He actively and loyally served four Secretaries of State and advised dozens of U.S. ambassadors.   He received his Foreign Service tenure directly from Secretary Clinton and often traveled with U.S. Presidents as a security and human rights liaison. Benjamin volunteered to work in conflict and war zones while protecting and defending the lives of others. He also has served multiple times in Iraq.

      Benjamin lived in North and West Africa for many years where he collaborated with international agencies including

 the World Bank, the United Nations, and the Red Cross. Created by President John F. Kennedy, the Peace Corps is Benjamin’s favorite agency and was his inspiration to be a change agent overseas.  It was during his years working in developing countries that Benjamin learned a new sense of appreciation that he translated into empowerment programs, job creation, skill-building and education initiatives.

  Benjamin has a modern multicultural family and raised his twin boys in Africa during his diplomatic postings to Algeria and Senegal. Upon completion of hisPh.D. in International Psychology, Benjamin will continue working in Chicago as a professor while being an advocate for international human rights and global justice issues. His doctoral dissertation focuses on social movements and how basic human rights must be applied equally to every human regardless of race, gender, national identity or economic status.  This idea sits at the cornerstone of his personal and political values.





Uppity Negress – Pheonix Calida Reviews Black Panther


We take the first 13 minutes to remind folks that the news is still happening.

From there we make sure to separate the film as a piece of entertainment from the movie as a springboard for conversation and from there we break down why Obamacrats easily become Wakandacrats.