Prom is slowly approaching for many across the nation, which means the extra “promposals” have started flooding the timelines of the internet. Some are cute, some are cringeworthy and a lot of them are just generally doing the most. But then there’s that special category of racist-ass shit, and these Florida students…
It’s only the end of March, but Nicki Minaj has been busy this year: you know, dropping new songs, not truly beefing with Remy Ma—and just last week she broke Aretha Franklin’s record for most Billboard Hot 100 hits by a woman. But apparently the rapper-singer still has time in her schedule to sign to Wilhelmina’s…
Filming for King of the South, a film based on the life of rapper and No Limit Records founder Percy “Master P” Miller, is scheduled to begin in New Orleans this summer.
Well, it looks as if Wiz Khalifa’s visit to Colombia did not turn out all that well. The rapper sparked outrage after seemingly paying tribute to Pablo Escobar in the drug lord’s home town of Medellín.
On the heels of Jay Z and the Weinstein Co. telling the story of Kalief Browder, the two are now teaming up to bring Trayvon Martin’s story to life via a TV docuseries and film.
Netflix this week released its trailer for Death Note, a film based on the Japanese manga series written by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata, and people aren’t too pleased with the casting choice for its main character.
Rachel Dolezal’s memoir was released last week, and in it, she discusses not only how she knew about blackness at an early age because of her grandmother’s National Geographic magazines, but also that she was treated like an indentured servant by her parents and was too black for her black husband.
Google has partnered with Howard University to launch a satellite campus at its Mountainview, Calif., headquarters.
Forest Whitaker will helm Codeblack Films’ upcoming Angela Davis biopic movie project as an executive producer. The untitled biopic will be based on Davis’ book Angela Davis: An Autobiography.
Slick Rick’s classic song “Children’s Story” is truly about to become a children’s book with the help of Boston-based record label and premium online boutique Get on Down.
Ebony Banks is a Houston high school senior who is currently battling stage 4 cancer. Though the school year isn’t yet over, Banks’ high school granted her one wish, which was to graduate early. It also pulled off another wish with the help of Houston native Beyoncé.
Netflix’s Iron Fist has received its fair share of horrible reviews. And even I, a fan of all things Marvel, can’t seem to finish the series. The show has been put on blast because it didn’t cast an Asian actor as Danny Rand, and also because it cast a bland white actor, Finn Jones, as Rand. In response to the show’s…
Five white men who are former employees of Sean “Diddy” Comb’s Revolt TV have launched a reverse discrimination lawsuit against the network, alleging that they were fired for not being young, hip and black.
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I can’t even pinpoint the moment I saw Alim Smith’s artwork pop up on my Twitter feed. But once I saw his work, it immediately reminded me of something you’d imagine a modern-day Picasso creating. And with social media the way that it is, Smith is currently riding the wave of his viral internet fame.
As of 12 a.m. Tuesday, Netflix had released the first of its three Dave Chappelle comedy series, which have marked the comedian’s comeback to television. But on Monday, the Washington, D.C.-raised comic spoke about the break he took from his career, as well as his issues with Key & Peele.
Being racist is good. Being pro-choice is bad, according to TheBlaze. And that apparently has led to Tomi Lahren’s suspension from the conservative digital network.
Over the weekend, the music world mourned Chuck Berry, the father of rock ’n’ roll, after the music legend died at the age of 90.
It’s one thing to make a parody video about how clown-tastic the president is, the way Snoop Dogg did in “Lavender.” But it’s another for someone to go on television and suggest that Snoop Dogg should be killed. And that’s exactly what Fox News pundit Kimberly Guilfoyle did over the weekend.
Felicia O’Dell, aka Auntie Fee, aka Chef Sista Girl, has died of a heart attack. She was 59 years old.