The year was 2008 and Robert “R.” Kelly was wrapped up in a now-infamous case involving a sex tape, allegedly showing the singer urinating on a young girl. He would eventually be acquitted of the child pornography charges levied against him.
Beyoncé has done the unthinkable—rebranded the word “spirit” so that when you think of that word, you think of her instead of the wonky airline. Wow.
It’s just about that time for the Television Academy to shine again!
Rihanna’s upcoming album may have Pharrell Williams’ magic touch.
It’s official—Diddy is remaking the band.
Megan Thee Stallion is giving us fever all through the night and it is heating up even more for the entire summer.
Once upon a time, a U.K. princess (okay, duchess) met a Disney princess.
Along with discussing his upcoming film, I Got The Hook-Up 2, Master P recently appeared on The Breakfast Club to discuss Nipsey Hussle’s posthumous Humanitarian Award presented at the 2019 BET Awards. The 49-year-old rapper mentioned BET Networks’ Executive Vice President and Head of Programming Connie Orlando’s June …
The year was 1994, and a Tiny Tonja sat in a crowded theater to witness what would become her favorite Disney film, and one of her favorite films of all time. Twenty-five years later, that same film would be reimagined using CGI-animated technology that the younger version of Tonja could’ve never fathomed.
It’s time for another Strong Black Lead—or should I say, Forte Capitanare Nero?
Megan Thee Stallion is leveling up!
We’ve said it once and we’ll say it again: Regina BEEN King.
Remember the days of yore when you confidently said, “I’m cutting the cord!”, took those shackles off your feet so you could dance into freedom and proudly escaped the damn scam known as cable bundling? Me too.
SNL, who?! It’s time for the black ladies to reign supreme in the sketch comedy world!
What’s a fire and why does it—what’s the word—buuuuuurn certain white people so bad that a loc’d young lady with a lovely voice has been cast as a sea creature who regularly chats it up with a thick flounder and cantankerous crustacean? Oh right, racism.
“Black people don’t live, they survive,” Lena Waithe uttered to an eager audience of Essence Fest patrons who had just witnessed something that left us wanting more. That line not only reflects reality but embodies the upcoming film she wrote, Queen & Slim, directed by Melina Matsoukas.
Before we begin, how is it already July? As in, we’re in the later half of the year. What is time?!
It looks like Nipsey Hussle’s murder case has added yet another layer to its investigation.