GABOUREY SIDIBE is an award-winning actress who is best known for the title role of Precious. She has since starred in American Horror Story: Coven, Difficult People, and as Becky on Fox’s smash-hit sensation Empire, and recently made her directorial debut with the short film The Tale of Four. She was born in Brooklyn and raised in Harlem, New York.
Table of Contents
1 Claw-foot Tub and Mermaid Tail 1
2 Virgin fo' Life 11
3 Why You Shouldn't Marry for a Green Card 22
4 A Psychic Told Me So 42
5 #BlackGirlMagic 50
6 Make a Wish 62
7 Parade of Ugly 73
8 A Door of One's Own 82
9 Obituary 89
10 Gabourey, But You Can Call Me Gabby 104
11 MYOB: Mind Your Own Body 118
12 Twelve Sixty-six 134
13 Is This a Date? 155
14 Another Psychic Told Me So 175
15 Head of Household 195
16 Senegalese Crown 208
17 Will I Still Be Beautiful When I'm Not Fat? 214
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