Oh-ni-ni! What’s my name?! Oh-ni-ni! What’s my name?! Spring. Summer. Whatever you call this beautiful, but brief season is when the Chicago sun comes out to bless a bish is finally here. June is also Caribbean American Heritage Month. At the year’s midpoint, I am feeling myself. Why? Firstly, my mommy is still alive and will […]
When I started this newsletter in January 2016, I used it to hold myself accountable. How can I call myself a writer if my words are never published? How do I call myself a performer if I never stand on a stage? How do I prove that I get ish done (am a successful project […]
Yes, I’m alive. Just hanging around, enjoying my social media break, and waiting for spring. Um, should I say more? Nah, that’s all I gotta say today. Got something I should see or someone I should collaborate with? Email me or shout at me on Twitter. Published Writings 6 Lessons Learned Adapting My Feature Script […]
Welcome to March! It’s Women’s History Month. If you’ve been following me on le social media, you know that I pretty much spend my twitter days hyping up women in entertainment. My wish for March is to find a moment to nap and attend Heaux Magazine’s 1-year anniversary party! That’s all I gotta say today. […]
“You like me! You really like me!” Last month y’all made me feel like Sally Field at the Academy Awards. I asked to collaborate and y’all put me to work. I’ll keep this brief because this month’s update is super packed. That’s all I gotta say today. Keep recommending people I should collaborate with! Email me or […]
Welcome to 2018! Thanks for faithfully reading my Onicia Updates and for encouraging me on this journey towards world domination. Wait. What? Oh, yeah. I grew up on Spice Girls, girl power, and all the Disney princesses; ruling the world was always the end goal. Now that you’re up to speed, I’d like to reveal […]
My super conservative boyfriend pulled out a book about intimacy levels and Christian dating. Great, I love a man with a godly plan. Truthfully, I was not conservative in my corazón and didn’t want to be celibate in my cooch.