I personally don’t partake in the dark art known as coffee, but for those that do? Boyyyyy are you fucked.
In the past week, not one but two documentaries surfaced chronicling the rise and fall of one of the greatest scams of all time—2017's ill-fated Fyre Festival. In which thousands of trust fund babies, public figures, and well-to-do music aficionados were promised a luxury music festival but instead received cheese…
While she might be BFF’s with hip-hop arbiter Charlamagne Tha God, the list of people that despise Right-wing provocateur du jour Tomi Lahren is extensive.
For the second year in a row, Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax left the dais in silent protest while Virginia state senators honored Confederate superhero Gen. Robert E. Lee.
As children, we learned the art of negotiation early in life.
Outside of being broke or not getting enough napkins in the drive thru, one of the worst feelings in the world is when someone blatantly harms or disrespects you and you aren’t in a position to retaliate. For people of color, it’s an all too familiar power dynamic that often defines our experience as American…
After decades of putting in work on both the small and silver screen, Oscar-nominated actress Taraji P. Henson will be honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame.
Unless you live in Alabama or Mississippi, Monday serves as the perfect opportunity to celebrate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Established as a national holiday in 1983, MLK Day is observed by millions of Americans throughout the country.
It’s not exactly a secret that our country is in turmoil.
As R. Kelly’s air of invincibility continues to erode in the aftermath of the “Surviving R. Kelly” docuseries, Illinois officials have announced that a permit for an upcoming concert hosted by the embattled crooner has been denied.
“Food gained by fraud tastes sweet, but one ends up with a mouth full of gravel.” - Proverbs 20:17
While the world continues to mourn the loss of Aretha Franklin, details continue to emerge regarding her final days, as well as the financial status of her estate.
After the shock and awe of the headline wears off, feel free to continue reading the rest of this article.
I honestly don’t have much to say other than:
For over 20 years, Missy Elliott has been one of the most influential artists of this generation and the not-so-secret sauce behind hits from 702, Beyoncé, Janet Jackson, and countless others.
Throughout the course of American history, justice has proven itself to be a privilege that far too often eludes black people. And while often times this infringement on our humanity is rectified retroactively, it can never replace our dignity or the lives broken or engulfed by a corrupted criminal justice system.
Lifetime’s docuseries “Surviving R. Kelly” not only broke viewership records, but provided us with an appalling glimpse into the unspeakable harm he inflicted upon dozens—if not hundreds—of black women.
If you cut your finger, the last thing you want to hear is how precious your other fingers are. It’s a pretty damn easy concept to grasp and yet here we are, still side-eyeing our alabaster compatriots because they’ve proven themselves incapable of not centering themselves.
After six hours of footage spread out across three nights, Lifetime’s docuseries “Surviving R. Kelly” reached its dramatic conclusion Saturday night with it’s final two episodes “All The Missing Girls” and “Black Girls Matter.”