All Types Of Jill Scott Goodies

Singer Jill Scott has been making a lot of noise lately with reports of a new romance, new movie and an upcoming appearance in Allure Magazine’s annual “Nude Issue”. After being photographed recently with her “Why Did I Get Married? co-star, Lamman Rucker, the internet went wild with reports that the two were now a couple off screen- reports Jill has not and probably will not confirm. Lamman however is said not to be the only man in Jill’s life, as Page Six is reporting that after Jill finished her nude photo shoot with Allure she took a liking to one of the hunky (who says hunky but yt folks) Latin male models and was seen dining out with him at the famous eatery Nobu. And as for Jill’s nude pics, the singer says:

With a giggle she divulges further, “I did a nude photo shoot two days ago for Allure, which I loved. It was so empowering and after it was all done, I was congratulated by staff members of Allure for breaking the mold.”


And as if that wasn’t enough, Wilson from BlackFilm.com sent over stills and video from Jill’s upcoming new movie “The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency”. The movie was filmed in Botswana and unlike “Why Did I Get Married?”, Jill is not the co-star but rather the lead actress and character in the film. You can check out a few stills below and head on over to Black Film.com to see more images and video of Jill while in Botswana.

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32 Comments

  1. That photo above looks super photoshopped. I am not really in to her but, none the less she is a sister doing her thing so I’ll giver her some props!! :hifive:

  2. I Love Jill, she is so beautiful. I was rocking to her CD on my way to work.

  3. Great, another fat Black mammy type to deal with it. Jill should lose some weight before she takes her clothes off :hmph:

  4. I think she took her clothes off at her current weight to make a [positive] statement. Personally I’d rather see another mammy movie than one like “First Sunday” when brothers are setting up to rob a church. :noway:

  5. You’re a damn fool Salty! Jill looks beautiful here and I’m sure she’s even more beautiful in the Allure issue. Don’t be so quick to judge and label her I’m sure you have women in your family that have the same body type hell your mother, aunt or sister probably look like Jill and there’s nothing wrong with that you DAMN FOOL :hater:

  6. I think I’ll like her ‘positive nude statement’ more than I liked Monique’s and her Fat Chance stars….but at the same time I can’t totally judge or compare because I’ve yet to see Jilly’s pic. Maybe I just like Jill Scott better than Mo’. 😆

  7. Allure has never showcased a fat woman in there nude issue yet so why start now and why start with a Black woman? Why must a fat Black woman always be showed off to the world in the worst light and then used as a representation for all of us. There are plenty of fat non Black women they could have used but I believe Jill was used because she is fat and Black and will help perpetuate the unlovable, undesirable, fat Black mammy stereotype that Hollywood loves to run with.

  8. :thumbsdown: THAT WHY HER NAME IS SALTY. BUT IT FUNNY HOW PINK PEOPLE WANT TO BE LIKE US HOW THEY WANT R LIPS R BUTTS, WEAVES AND TANNING . LET NOT COMPLAINS LET SHOW THAT SIDE OF US. WE ALL NOT GOING TO BE A SIZE 2 FACE IT. JILL SCOTT KNOW THAT. THAT WHY SHE SAID HELL WITH IT AND DID IT. I GIVE HER :thumbsup: FOR BEING HER AND EXCEPTING HER BODY TYPE. GO JILL

  9. it takes either a whore? or a confident women to take her clothes off jill is not a whore she is a confident phat women to each its own

  10. Can you give us a update on the allure, pics if you can?…just to see how? they turn out to be.

    Thank’s 🙂

  11. [quote comment=”19276″]Can you give us a update on the allure, pics if you can?…just to see how? they turn out to be.

    Thank’s :smile:[/quote]
    I sure will Amber 🙂

  12. JIll is fierce! I don’t really see it as it being the model fat mammy for black women. The average size woman is a size 14 in this country! WHy should only the thin ppl be show cased, and just because u may b thin doesn’t exactly make u healthy because there are alot of thin unhealthy ppl, like there r over weight! One minute we complain on blk ppl not getting recognized, and then when we do, we still complain! I know the fight is now 4 us to be potrayed in a positive way, but this….I look at as loving the skin u in and just feelling confident about yourself, and to me, that’s part of being a good role model, cause so many ppl hate themselves and try so hard to be perfect when noone is! Besides, blk women know how to work with what they got, and make it look fierce, while most other races(especially white) run and hide and hate themselves if they’re not a size 4 or smaller, and that’ sad!
    ! 😎

  13. Queen Jill in all of her glory :bowdown: now that’s what I’m talking about :banana:

    I can’t wait to see these photos! Sista Jill is Big, Beautiful and Bold :bowdown:

    Hate on me hater, now or later, ’cause I’m gonna do me you just wait and see :hifive:

    Ha ha, go on sista, go on :hifive:

  14. I think what jill is doing is great. And yes salty u r a damn fool. That is what’s wrong with these women now thinking they got to b skin and bones to look good . {please} What they need to do is sit the hell down and eat a real down south meal . Men want a woman with meat on her bones not nothin they can pick with their teeth. Don’t get me wrong all women r beautiful in their own way. You find so many women out here that won’t eat and are making themselves sick . You tell me how healthy is that . Jill is a beautiful woman with a beautiful voice and i say you go girl. Let the haters hate!

  15. I’m not a big Jill Scott fan but I have to say I have to give her respect for putting herself in that position and having the backbone to do it. There is so much conflicting information and opinions about weight these days, and I think it’s about time the mold gets a little bigger for a population that’s so known for obesity. Magazines are on one page supporting bigger women and giving them style tips while a few pages later giving tips to lose weight, slim down, or go on a diet. It takes guts to do what she did, and props to her for not starving herself and committing a slow suicide just to fit a mold for the ignorant and close-minded. There’s room for all women, big to small, light to dark, short to tall. People and society as a whole sure as hell need to learn that.

  16. Love me some Jilly from Philly!!!! It so refreshing to see a sista walking through her journey un-afraid and un-bowed. With all that she has to deal woth in the industry and in her personal life, she keeps it moving with much grace and style. She is my SHERO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Love U Jill :brownsista: :bowdown:

  17. So Jill Scott is posing nude for Allure and gets a pass. I wonder what people would be saying if it were Beyonce? This is just another hypocritical post with comments tailored to an artist women aren’t threatened by. Of course no one will complain if the fat girl gets nude but were it Meagan Good or Beyonce the people here would be lashing out at them, not calling them “Brave”.

  18. [quote comment=”19259″]Why must a fat Black woman always be showed off to the world in the worst light and then used as a representation for all of us. There are plenty of fat non Black women they could have used but I believe Jill was used because she is fat and Black and will help perpetuate the unlovable, undesirable, fat Black mammy stereotype that Hollywood loves to run with.[/quote]

    You make a point.

  19. Thanks Stephanie for keeping us informed on the success of Women of Color. :thumbsup:

    Jill Scott, nude or not, will always embody a women of culture and strength to me. Considering that certain artists (won’t say no names) have set the stakes so high in the “image department”, I truly admire Jill for embracing her physical makeup – and being proud of it!! :thumbsup:

  20. I guess its damn if you do and damn if you don’t. I say that b/c if they would have gotten a thin tall black woman, then some one else would say…..”That’s Typical, why can’t they get some one more realistic”. Right? Let’s just accept it. She is a beautiful black woman and I don’t think she is depicted as unloveable, I think Jill is beautiful.

  21. How the f*** is Jill Scott a mammy? She carries herself well. No coonery there. I think she’s also supposed to appear in Vogue in March. I wonder if Andre Leon Talley had some say, because we all know Anna Wintour doesn’t carry the flag of size acceptance.

  22. I think that Jill is beautiful as well. I also know that the average american woman (black or white) is at least a size 14 in this country. I come from a long line of “Glamazons” my self (all of the women in my mother’s family are very tall, busty, big legged, classic black folk “thick” types) and as such, I believe that we are beautiful in every size.

    AT THE SAME TIME….

    I do think there is validity to one of the previous statements that they are more likely to promote a black mammy image and that whites, in general, are more comfortable with that image.

    And as much as I am not a fan of Beyonce, I agree with the quote above that says it is a double standard and if a thin black starlet did this, we would be calling her everything but a child of god…That makes me wonder whether we black people too, in fact, only see thin starlets as “sexy enough” to be thought of as “floosies” if they take their clothes off–but a big beautiful woman like Jill “cant be sexy anyway” so its ok… Just a thought.

    Either way, Jill is a beautiful woman.

  23. Peace & Many Blessings to all the haters on this post! Jill Scott is definitely a breath of fresh air to this industry and if she wants to pose nude, more power to her!!! Quite frankly this whole Phat girl/Skinny girl battle is played out. This is Jill Scott for goodness sakes! This is a woman who exudes positivity, respect and pure royalty and she deserves nothing less. Big lips, big booty, big hair, however she decides to look is her business. AIDS,poverty and war continue to plague our nation but some of you chose to bash Jill Scott? -Please, get a life!

  24. Why is it that all the girls with names that would disqualify them from ever having a decent job in white america say the most non-positive things about jill scott…Maybe they are hating on her name..Jill ..only four letters and you cannot tell what color she is on her job application. Go somewhere and be what your name means in its original language of that’s right yo mama made it up….
    LOL..I am laughing uncontrollably at myself right now for making this funny,…….Bye Kenayelashanna and Ju’leyikea and Champanne and keeslamria…and so on and so on and phonetically incorrect..LOL LOL LOL LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am laughing so har.

  25. [quote comment=”19571″]Why is it that all the girls with names that would disqualify them from ever having a decent job in white america say the most non-positive things about jill scott…Maybe they are hating on her name..Jill ..only four letters and you cannot tell what color she is on her job application. Go somewhere and be what your name means in its original language of that’s right yo mama made it up….
    LOL..I am laughing uncontrollably at myself right now for making this funny,…….Bye Kenayelashanna and Ju’leyikea and Champanne and keeslamria…and so on and so on and phonetically incorrect..LOL LOL LOL LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am laughing so har.[/quote]

    You sound like such an ignorant jackass. An original name is just that…an original name. I like the fact that my Mama “made it up” because doing otherwise, choosing one of the conventional names (the job-application safe ones) is a merely paying homage to patriarchs and matriarchs who WERE NOT BLACK. Stop being so co-dependent, so grasping…get a self-concept. Most of the white people who name their kids “Jill” and “John” do so because they’re paying homage to the heads of their families. These names are conventional in that way (because you know everything that’s typical of whites is believed typically American). But lots of them HATE these names and younger generations eschew them for more original and artistic names…or how would you say it…the white Mamas have started to “make them up.” So, don’t be so quick to praise some racist’s looking over “Kenayelashanna and Ju’leyikea and Champanne” because their names appear “black” on a job application. I’m sure you know that’s nothing to claim, to look on favorably…it’s not..either way, you lose. Because if you get the job because he didn’t know you were black, he’s a racist and is surely to mistreat you…even if it means patronizing you.
    And, lastly, it’s so oddly ironic that you would type such stereotypical tripe when you know that Jill is all about black power. You’re kinda sad…

  26. [quote comment=”19571″]Why is it that all the girls with names that would disqualify them from ever having a decent job in white america say the most non-positive things about jill scott…Maybe they are hating on her name..Jill ..only four letters and you cannot tell what color she is on her job application. Go somewhere and be what your name means in its original language of that’s right yo mama made it up….
    LOL..I am laughing uncontrollably at myself right now for making this funny,…….Bye Kenayelashanna and Ju’leyikea and Champanne and keeslamria…and so on and so on and phonetically incorrect..LOL LOL LOL LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am laughing so har.[/quote]

    Hmmmm. My first name is Latin (Veronica) but my middle and last name (both of which I use professionally) are very non-traditional and are not European. I have done very well in Corporate America as I am a corporate attorney for a major oil company. When I interview, people expect me to be foreign (I am not). But my resume speaks for itself. Black people spend way too much time trying to appear to be something other than who and what they are. Sad. Whites care about their money, period. And if you can make them money, or save them money, they could care less about your name, hair texture, or any of the other myriad of dysfunctional anxieties that self-hating blacks perpetuate for themselves and others. Unlearn. (Typed while I sit having lunch in my very elegant corporate office, with my administrative assistant outside waiting to be at my beckon call.) now THAT’s a lmao

  27. [quote comment=”19590″][quote comment=”19571″]Why is it that all the girls with names that would disqualify them from ever having a decent job in white america say the most non-positive things about jill scott…Maybe they are hating on her name..Jill ..only four letters and you cannot tell what color she is on her job application. Go somewhere and be what your name means in its original language of that’s right yo mama made it up….
    LOL..I am laughing uncontrollably at myself right now for making this funny,…….Bye Kenayelashanna and Ju’leyikea and Champanne and keeslamria…and so on and so on and phonetically incorrect..LOL LOL LOL LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am laughing so har.[/quote]

    Hmmmm. My first name is Latin (Veronica) but my middle and last name (both of which I use professionally) are very non-traditional and are not European. I have done very well in Corporate America as I am a corporate attorney for a major oil company. When I interview, people expect me to be foreign (I am not). But my resume speaks for itself. Black people spend way too much time trying to appear to be something other than who and what they are. Sad. Whites care about their money, period. And if you can make them money, or save them money, they could care less about your name, hair texture, or any of the other myriad of dysfunctional anxieties that self-hating blacks perpetuate for themselves and others. Unlearn. (Typed while I sit having lunch in my very elegant corporate office, with my administrative assistant outside waiting to be at my beckon call.) now THAT’s a lmao[/quote]
    Snaps twice lol!

  28. Nefetari and Paradise that is the wonder of the internet you can be anybody you want to be. I don’t believe you are anything other than a blogger respondee–Girl please..study after study shows that those names are not good. Read “freakanomics” and cut off the internet and the video shows sometimes…just do an internet search and you will see. Just like image’s have issues so do names. I am sorry about your messed up name.
    Love Jill and Chrissie

  29. @Buttafly pink….

    The true sadness of your post is that your exposure is so limited that you can’t believe (because you probably don’t know any) that black women exist who are corporate attorneys, make a sh9tload of money, wear natural hair, and have ethnic names. I’m real..but even if I met you and shook your hand, you wouldn’t believe it, because your brain is so destroyed by the slavemaster/slave mentality, that it would probably burst into flames rather than believe what it sees with its own eyes. Nefertari is my middle name. Its on my business cards right along with my first and last. I have had wealthy white men see my last name and say “Interesting…is that french???” and I tell them “no. It’s African actually…” and then whenI’m finished telling them how to save their company’s tax dollars..they truly don’t give a damn about my name.

    Your CREDENTIALS speak for themselves. Trust me, if that were not the case, I would not be an attorney for a major oil company. They don’t pay me because I’m so cute (I am…but that’s not why they pay me 😆 My CREDIENTIALS and my talents speak for themselves.

    I hope you get a chance to broaden your horizons. I know a number of black professional women. Some have mainstream names, some have ethnic names…But when you are STELLAR….it doesn’t matter.

    In Fact, don’t take my word for it. Ask Ms. CONDOLEEZA RICE ! Duh…

  30. @buttaflipink

    I don’t even know why I bothered to respond to you with facts…when you are trying to prove your point through INTERNET STUDIES????

    My LIFE proves that your studies aren’t accurate. If you looked up and saw an airplane in the sky, then someone handed you a piece of paper that said airplanes aren’t real, would you believe that what you saw wasn’t real?

    Let you in on a little secret about studies, statistics, and above all things “published reports”. They can be and ARE manipulated to produce a certain effect. They primarily produce that effect on people like YOU who are “Stuck in the Matrix” so to speak. You believe thatwhat you are told is what is reality.

    You have to question EVERYTHING. As I said, the two most powerful black women in the country are named

    CONDOLEEZA and OPRAH not Jill and Chistie.

    Be STELLAR and stop worrying about white folks. They care about their MONEY more than your name.

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