This White Woman Don’t Know Nann ‘Ni**er Bitch,’ but She Made the Mistake and Called Trina One Anyway
Shout-out to the white woman who didn’t get the “baddest bitch” memo. Yes, I know that nomenclature refers to Trina’s dime-piece ranking, but best believe her “baddest bitch” status also refers to the fact that she would indeed, cut a bitch if necessary.
Taraji P. Henson Says Cookie Lyon’s Therapy Storyline Is Long Overdue: She’s Needed Help Since ‘She First Got Out of Prison’
The once and forever Dynasty of our time, Fox’s Empire has, with mixed results, explored mental illness since its inception—first with Andre Lyon’s bipolar diagnosis and then with Lucious Lyon’s mother’s psychosis. In the sixth and smartly written final season, Cookie Lyon, matriarch, fashion maven and all-around bad…
Now that Whitney Houston’s former bestie and long-rumored secret lover Robyn Crawford has (sort of) broken her silence about their “physical relationship” in her forthcoming memoir A Song For You: My Life With Whitney Houston, everyone seems to have a story to tell about the late R&B diva.
Whenever I visit my mama in Chicago, we partake in our recent habit of watching marathons of Black Love, a docuseries on OWN. From Tina Knowles Lawson’s sassy quips with Richard Lawson to Sterling K. Brown and Ryan Michelle Bathe’s love origin story, the laughs never stop.
Pixar has been known to snatch our thug, whether it’s in the first few minutes of Up (still in awe over how they accomplished this) or with the heartwarming reveal in Coco, and I’m here for it each and every time. Pixar has the concept of “emotional core” on lock.
Beyond Us: Taking the Advice of Jordan Peele, 11-Year-Old Evan Alex Is Writing His Own Horror Script
It was March 2019 and we were all sitting in our respective local theaters, watching Jordan Peele’s Us. We subsequently became freaked out listening to Red’s (Lupita Nyong’o) cracked voice as she started her eerie backstory with, “Once upon a time, there was a girl and the girl had a shadow.”
If you’re scratchin’ and survivin’ while awaiting another installment of the “Live in Front of a Studio Audience” series from ABC, well, it looks like you’re going to be successful and thrivin’, instead.
Lashana Lynch Responds to Shook, Not Stirred, Racists Reacting to Reports She'll Take Over 007 in Bond Franchise
Remember when the biggest and blackest James Bond rumor involved Idris Elba, despite his frequent statements that he wasn’t really interested in taking over the role? Well, the plot thickens…
It was sometime in the early ‘90s and my mommy and I were in Miami’s International Airport. I was an adventurous child with an infatuation with The Little Mermaid. There was a Disney store in this particular airport, and I figured they’d have Ariel and the homies, so I scurried my way into the store. In my excitement,…
'We Wanted to Be Together': Whitney Houston's Best Friend Robyn Crawford Shares Their Love Story for the First Time in New Memoir
It has been seven years since the tragic death of iconic singer Whitney Houston, and now her best friend, Robyn Crawford, is opening up about their much-rumored relationship in her new memoir, A Song For You: My Life With Whitney Houston.
Wesley Snipes Was 'Sad' He Didn't Get to Let His Soul Glo in Coming to America, Eddie Murphy Explains Why
Everyone reenacted that “Soul Glo” commercial in 1988’s Coming to America, but Wesley Snipes wanted to truly let his Soul Glo. No really; he wanted to play the actual character with the infamous Jheri curl, Darryl Jenks.
If I told Tiny Tonja that she’d be stepping onto the Walt Disney Studios lot so that she could watch a live performance of The Little Mermaid, she’d squee with absolute delight.