The Good, The Bad & Ugly Comments About VIBE’s ‘Role Models’ Cover
VIBE caused a much-expected stir after unveiling our June/July cover featuring reality TV queens Evelyn Lozada, Tamar Braxton, Chrissy Lampkin and Kandi Burruss. Check out the chorus of ohs and hell-to-the-naws coming our way—the good, the bad and the super ugly.
Jess Sims [email protected]_AsPRing
I don’t even mind the @VibeMagazine cover, these “women” (ahem) aren’t MY role models, my mother, Maya Angelou & Oprah are…so#kanyeshrug
?KeepIt†rill? [email protected]_PrettyMuvfucka
@VibeMagazine put @Kandi @EvelynLozada @TamarBraxtonHer &@chrissylampkin on the cover as role models..the only role model to me is @Kandi
Kaye [email protected]
@VibeMagazine Can’t wait to read this. Even though, I only watched Love & Hip Hop. I still know who everyone on the cover is.
#NeNeBrOwN78 [email protected]
@Kandi @VibeMagazine kandi u shld hv been on the cover by urself due to ur work ethic, talent & mentality. U are role model worthy. #ijs
Britt Bratt [email protected]
Ppl really have some strong opinions about the VIBE magazine cover. Some of them are ignorant to say the least
Brook Lynne Carter [email protected]
This new Vibe Magazine cover headline about role models is really just a silent read.
This new @VibeMagazine cover has me feeling ALL kinds of ways—and that’s what it was supposed to do. Great job to the staff
Chantell O. Black [email protected]
@VibeMagazine wanted to stir controversy and conversation with this magazine cover. They were successful. Just like the good ole days….