Black-ish star Tracee Ellis Ross took some time out of being a guest host on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to address the Hollywood sex scandal, which, as she rightly pointed out, is not really a scandal but “a systemic problem” that “has enabled a culture of inequity to persist for far too long.”
The Today show is a-searching for someone to take up the space that longtime host Matt Lauer was rightly booted off of after being accused of sexual misconduct, and it looks as if MSNBC Live anchor Craig Melvin is in the running.
On Tuesday night, activist and professional football player Colin Kaepernick was presented with the Sports Illustrated Muhammad Ali Legacy Award, and the person to present that prestigious award to him was none other than superstar Beyoncé, who made a surprise appearance to praise Kaepernick for his accomplishments.
Updated Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017, 4:50 p.m. EST: Shortly after publishing this, I tweeted that I personally believe Terry Crews should also sue William Morris Endeavor for turning a blind eye to Venit’s bullshit and not openly addressing it until Crews went public with his story.
Discovery Communications parted with a cool $70 million to buy a majority interest in the Oprah Winfrey Network.
When Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle opens Dec. 20, you’ll be able to feast your eyes on Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson’s biceps and also the beautiful landscape of Oahu, Hawaii, where the film was shot. Several lucky journalists from various media outlets were given the opportunity to travel to Oahu, courtesy of Sony…
Ten years ago today, we lost one of the greatest treasures in hip-hop—Underground Kingz member Chad Butler, otherwise known as Pimp C.
Now that she’s broken through as an international star, it seems as if Meghan Markle’s family is coming out of the woodwork to get a piece of the action.
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, RIP to the fan who thought Taylor Swift was the baddest bitch of all.
Meek Mill has hit a hiccup in his latest attempt to walk free after a judge denied his request for bail.
LL Cool J made Kennedy Center Honors history when he became the first rapper to be a Kennedy Center honoree. The annual celebration was held Sunday night in Washington, D.C. Of course, for eight years President Barack Obama attended, but this year, President Orangina did not.
It’s the song that never ends. And New York City subway riders got all the way turned up to Cardi B’s “Bodak Yellow” over the weekend.
DMX is the latest rapper who may be going to the pokey (see Fat Joe, Lauryn Hill) after pleading guilty to income tax evasion.
I guess when you’re kinda drunk and have a hankering for home fries, you find a way to make it happen, cap’n.
Convicted “pharma bro” and supreme fuckboy Martin Shkreli may have to give the government the world’s only copy of the Wu-Tang Clan’s Once Upon a Time in Shaolin if federal prosecutors have their way.
Most of Black Twitter, if not all of it, was hella excited that actress Meghan Markle secured the royal bag and is now engaged to Prince Harry—myself included. I mean, I’m hype, but not hype like I received a “Save the date.” It’s exciting to see a black princess.
With her curly hair pulled back into a ponytail and freckles on full display, at 11 years old, Meghan Markle knew sexism when she saw it. In 1993, Markle took on a sexist soap commercial and got a chance to appear on Nick News.
Nas wants to be able to spend more time with his son, and now he’s taking ex-wife Kelis to court for an official visitation schedule.
Azealia Banks shared her own #MeToo story on Instagram when she recounted the abuse she says she experienced at the hands of Dave Holmes, her ex-boyfriend and Coldplay manager.
We all have that one song or two that we have been singing loudly and proudly for some time, all while having the lyrics completely wrong. It’s usually not intentional; it’s more about what we understand the artist to have said over the music.
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