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Love & Hip Hop's Karlie Redd Spreads Lies, Fairy Tales and Fallacies on Her New Wikipedia Page






Karlie "Louis, Prada, Gucci" Redd is finally getting K. Michelle the haters to simmer down by creating her own Wikipedia page.

The problem is that Karlie is a lying fool if she wants people to believe she was born in 1982.  Karlie, girl, that must have been a typo.  Did you mean to type 1928? I know you remember when JFK was shot, stop playin'!

More after the jump


The beauty of Wikipedia is that, anybody can change the information.  So soon after Karlie tried us with that 1982 mess, someone edited the first line in her bio to read:

Karlie Redd (born April 15, 1953 in New York, NY) is a Trinidadian, hip-hop artist, dancer, model and actress. 


I hate the internet sometimes, I swear I do.  I have real tears in my eyes lmao. 1953 would make Karlie the tender age of, I don't even know, somebody bust out with a calculator I can't even count that high.  

No less than ten minutes after the 1953 edit, someone decided it would be funny to change po' lil tink tink Karlie's age and bio once again:



I hope y'all can read that.  Make sure to have your inhalers ready because I.Cannot.Breathe! Lawd hammercy, give me strength!  Y'all gonna learn to stop messing with folks Wiki pages like this! If you can't see the screenshot here's a breakdown of the text:

Karlie Redd (born April 15, 1927 in New York, NY) is an octogenarian Trinidadian sandwich artist, dancer, model and silent film actress. She started her career at the age of 12, working as a cigarette girl in Harlem's famed Cotton Club. She was rumored to have been romantically involved with Cab Calloway and later, Duke Ellington, supposedly in an effort to get her singing career started. By the age of 16, she had made dozens of appearances as a model, in radio commercials and films. She traveled with the prestigious Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and earned her keep sweeping the tour bus. She rose to fame in 1951 appearing in a non-speaking role on CBS’s controversial sitcom Amos 'n' Andy 2[1] She has been in numerous magazines modeling including The Negro Digest.[2] Karlie, also an entrepreneur, is set to release the "Karlie Redd Mixology" watch line, and lip gloss line Jade Redd.[3] Karlie has been featured in remixes to the Nat King Cole smash hit "Unforgettable" and Billie Holiday's song "Strange Fruit." Karlie has worked with Grammy nominated producer Cole Porter, Sammy Davis Jr., Pops Staples of The Staple Singers, Chuck Berry, Ike Turner, and major 45 producer, Sam Phillips. In 1952 she was cast as Beulah's Sister on the ABC sitcom, Beulah. In July 1961, Karlie released her debut single, "A Girl Has Needs" on the corner of 110th Street with her doo-wop girl group. No one was listening.


Karlie Redd
Birth name Eula Etterling Lewis
Also known as Karlie Lewis
Born April 15, 1927 (age 85)
New York City, New York
Genres Hip hop,
Occupations unemployed senior citizen
Website karlieredd.com

K. Michelle someone needs to be whooped for that!! LOL. Why can't folks just let Karlie Redd be great???!

Unfortunately, with all of the edits that the e-thugs were making, poor Karlie's Wiki page got locked.  But, Karlie was able to make one final edit to her bio claiming she was now born in 1980.  *Facepalm*.  Karlie, stopppp!!!! You look good and all but that worn and weathered face did not enter this world in nobodies 1980! I refuse!

Click here to check out Karlie's new Wiki page!



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