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If you love Porsha Williams on #RHOA, you can thank the housewife herself for saving her peach. Andy Cohen recently revealed that Porsha Williams almost had a verrrrry brief run on the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” and there’s a very particular reason why. The Bravo exec was a guest on “The Jenny McCarthy Show” and he discussed housewives of past and […] Jon Renthrope was displaced by Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and relocated to Florida. But, he didn’t let that tragedy define him. Renthrope returned to his native New Orleans in 2010 after the city’s recovery from the devastation and made history. At 32, Renthrope engraved his name in the history books when he founded the […]

The former minority leader of the Georgia House, Stacey Abrams believes that she will become president by 2040. During an interview for FiveThirtyEight’s “When Women Run” project, Abrams was asked about her political ambitions, her stance on a Black woman serving as the United States president, and if she believes the country will elect her in the […]

A white teacher at a Connecticut elementary has sparked outrage for casting Black children as slaves and white children as slave owners in a school play. Dr. Carmen Parker’s 10-year-old daughter, who is a fifth-grader at the West Woods School, reportedly told her about the incident. The child was instructed to be “Enslaved African 2” in […]

Ma$e is not happy with Diddy. The “Feel So Good” rapper aired his grievances in a lengthy post on Instagram where he shares that Diddy placed him in a bad record deal that left the Hip-Hop mogul with his publishing rights and the Harlem native receiving “peanuts.” Check out what he had to say below: […]

Attention all music lovers, and especially 112 lovers! Q Parker, of the group 112, has just released his new single “Made For,” from his brand new album, “The Bridge Project.” The track features the voices of Deitrick Haddon, Avery Wilson, & Eric Dawkins and together they tell a musical story that exemplifies the overall theme […]

Barbie has been a household name for over six decades now. For much of that time, the doll represented a feminine, Eurocentric beauty standard that was not diverse like its young female fanbase. But in recent years, parent company Mattel has steadily been working to make Barbie’s brand more inclusive by increasing representation of race, […]

Rapper-actor-producer Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson is the latest celeb to recieve a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The ceremony comes 10 days before the finale of the Starz crime drama he produces and appears in, “Power.” The star is the 2,686th since the completion of the Walk of Fame in 1961 with the […]

Former Vice President Joe Biden has been leading in the polls by a wide margin since he announced that he was running for president. Because he has been so popular among voters, a number of people have begun to wonder who he’ll pick for a running mate. According to the Washington Post, there are rumors that […]

The Southern Poverty Law Center is calling for a new hearing for a Mississippi man sentenced to 12 years in prison for possessing a cellphone in a county jail. According to ABC News, 39-year-old Willie Nash was being held at the Newton County Jail in 2018 on a misdemeanor charge when it was discovered that he […]