Long Beach, Calif., rapper and entertainer Snoop Dogg will be on hand with other celebrities to help raise money for the Flint, Mich., water crisis during the second annual Hoop 4 Water celebrity basketball game next month. According to MLive, the event is organized by the Morris Peterson Jr. Foundation and is…
On Monday, court documents became public involving the death of Prince. The unsealed documents showed that the medications found in the singer’s home were not prescribed to him. Bottles of opioid painkillers found in the home were prescribed to Prince’s friend and former drummer Kirk Johnson, according to CNN.
As the first anniversary of the death of Prince Rogers Nelson nears, we must remember that Prince’s legacy in the arts extends beyond music. Aside from his legendary status as a Hall of Fame musician, he starred in four films, three of which he directed.
Drake isn’t officially on the Coachella lineup, but he did make an appearance over the weekend to perform with Future. But it seems as though a Coachella country club wasn’t too welcoming to the rap-singer.
Maybe Dr. Phil can get Rachel Dolezal to finally admit that she has blatantly lied about being black. But something tells me she’s not about to change her story.
R&B singer and actor Tyrese Gibson got everyone riled up last week when he decided to air his views about women he referred to as “hos and skeezers.”
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.), Auntie Maxine to us, continues to speak truth to power. On Saturday the congresswoman kept it real and succinct as she spoke on President Donald Trump: “We’ve got to stop his ass,” Waters said to a cheering crowd.
This nuh. Former pro-baller Gilbert Arenas recently spewed his hateful ignorance all over Instagram and was summarily (and rightly) dragged for it.
Even if you hate doughnuts (or the Care Bears), you get the point.
The 559th installment in the Fast and the Furious movie series is upon us, and it’s called The Fate of the Furious. Yes, this is the franchise that cannot be stopped!
No one knows what the designers at Forever 21 were thinking when they tried to slip clothes that were obviously “inspired” by (pronounced “sto-lenn frumm”) Kanye West onto their website, but they should have known that the folks on black Twitter don’t sleep. When the fashion retailer updated its collection with what…
When Charlie Murphy passed away Wednesday from leukemia, his co-workers on the set of the hit Starz show Power had no idea he was even sick.
In response to overwhelming pressure from the melanin-less masses who were butt-hurt about the last trailer for the upcoming series Dear White People, Netflix, instead of bowing to the fragile egos of the people who threatened to boycott the streaming service, decided to troll them instead.
Jay Pharoah believes that he’s more than just impressions, but Saturday Night Live didn’t want his jokes—the show wanted his voices until it didn’t, and then SNL let him go.
There are a few black legacies that shouldn’t be touched: the Obama family, Martin Luther King Jr., the importance of Timberland in the ’90s and Coming to America.
In news from the “Why weren’t we told this before?” section, Queen Latifah, Jill Scott, Betsy Brandt and Marin Ireland are all set to star in the upcoming Lifetime original movie Flint, based on the Michigan city’s lead-contaminated-water crisis.
The fact that someone actually came up with this question and thought it was good to ask amazes me. During a press conference, David Dao’s lawyer, Thomas Demetrio, spoke about his client, the man who was brutally removed from his United Airlines flight, and said that a supporter compared him to Rosa Parks.
YouTube is a cornucopia of tutorial videos. You can learn everything from how to change the brakes on your car (I did once) to how to contour your nose with makeup. I’ve never heard of anyone using a tutorial to learn how to drive, but apparently an 8-year-old boy from Ohio did, just so he could drive himself and his…
Neil deGrasse Tyson went on a baby-naming spree Wednesday and offered some name options for Jay Z and Beyoncé’s twins, who should be arriving sometime this summer.
Tomi Lahren, and her tiny violin, will appear on Nightline to talk about her recent ousting from The Blaze. In the interview, Lahren says she simply wants Blaze founder Glenn Beck to “let her go.”