The internet and Spike Lee are giving Chrisette Michele major side-eye after she confirmed her appearance at Trump's inauguration.
Singer Chrisette Michele has faced lots of “stones” since she confirmed on Thursday that she would be singing at Donald Trump's inauguration. She's even losing work.
https://www.facebook.com/hellobeautifulofficial/videos/10154678492508846/ The National Action Network and TV One presented the annual Triumph Awards on TV One last night and encouraged Americans to vote through powerful spoken word performances like Nick Cannon‘s impassioned rap, speeches by the Mothers Of The Movement and more. Keep scrolling for highlights from the show: Pam & Cole Reunite Tichina Arnold […]
Roland Martin talks to Spike Lee about the legacy of Muhammad Ali. “It wasn’t a surprise because you know with Parkinsons it’s eventually, but still, it’s a big lost. He was the most reviled American. He was kind and gentle but you forget all the hate he faced. We’ve got to really start appreciating our […]
The 74-year-old was considered one of boxing's greatest athletes —not just for his impeccable record— but for his activism, strength, and resilience.
The West Coast rapper – best known for his debut album Doggystyle and for smoking weed in public – urged viewers not to support projects in which Black people are mistreated, courtesy of a profanity-laced Instagram video.
After news spread that Prince passed away, many celebrities paid homage to the legendary singer through special tributes. On Broadway, Jennifer Hudson and the cast of The Color Purple paid their respects through song by performing a rendition of Prince’s hit “Purple Rain.”
The Brooklynite, activists and celebs sound off on why this candidate is their number one choice for the White House.
For the "Hollywood Reporter," the two Brooklynites talk race, politics and the path to the White House.