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8 Times Comedians Were Attacked During A Set When thinking of stand up comedy, usually a dimly lit, laughter-filled room with a spotlit stage bearing someone telling off brand yet hilarious jokes comes to mind. Until recently, you probably didn’t think of violence. In light of recent events, including the Oscar’s slap heard round the […]

A lot of people are understandably concerned about Elon Musk‘s purchase of Twitter because we all know that when privileged white men start talking about “freedom of speech,” they tend to be specifically fighting for the freedom to be ignorant, bigoted and prone to ridiculous conspiracy theories that trade critical thinking for pseudo-intellectualism. And if […]

'White Chicks' star Terry Crews stopped by 'The Daily Show with Trevor Noah' recently to clarify his controversial BLM tweets from 2020 and officially issue an apology to anyone he may have hurt or wrongfully labeled as a "Black supremacist."

In the Memphis Grizzlies' 111-109 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves last night (April 26), guard Ja Morant had multiple plays that set the internet ablaze. Click inside to see some reactions from Ja's big night.

After Elon Musk's purchase of Twitter, which Shaun King said was "about white power," King appeared to have deleted his Twitter account in protest. Later, he revealed that he didn't delete his account. He claimed he deactivated it because of death threats.

Being a private entity doesn't mean that a corporate space can do anything it pleases, particularly as shown by large social media sites that have a direct impact on elections and Democracy itself.

It’s been confirmed, the world’s richest man now owns Twitter. Twitter’s board has accepted Elon Musk’s offer to buy the social media company for $44 billion.  The announcement has been made after weeks of deliberation after Elon offered to buy the company at $54.20 per share, his “best and final.” https://twitter.com/WatcherGuru/status/1518663955408949248?s=20&t=1_aTuD1lUqTSQiG4ZdQ-pQ Shortly after Musk announced […]

The impending sale of Twitter to Elon Musk has a number of particular implications for Black people who use the popular social media app.

A Black newlywed couple out of Los Angeles defied the odds of a traditional five to six figure wedding price tag by saving big and only shelling out a whopping $500 on the entire ceremony. 

In an Instagram post showcasing her red carpet look, Kravitz took to the caption to share her feelings regarding the hot topic writing: “Here’s a picture of my dress at the show where we are apparently assaulting people on stage now.”