Killer Mike is one artist who uses his platform to further his philanthropic efforts, and on Friday, the Georgia Senate honored him for his work to help improve Atlanta’s water infrastructure.
Maybe Kourtney Kardashian saw Get Out, or maybe she was subtweeting Scott Disick to get out for the 100th time. But Twitter definitely felt that it was ironic for a Kardashian to tweet about a movie involving a black man and a crazy white family.
Former America’s Next Top Model host Tyra Banks is the new host of America’s Got Talent; Nick Cannon quit the show in February.
Updated Monday, March 13, 2017, 2:04 p.m. EDT:
Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) decided to let his Nazi freak flag fly (again) Sunday afternoon. King, who’s known for embracing racism and supporting European white supremacists, tweeted his support for Geert Wilders’ bid to become prime minister of the Netherlands .
When you think of the all-American-girl type of woman, you probably think of a sun-kissed, blond-haired woman, wearing a size 6 dress and either “leaning in” or happily being a doting, work-from-home mom.
Ciara was involved in a car accident Friday afternoon in Los Angeles. The singer was driving her G-Class Mercedes SUV and making a left turn when a Volvo SUV hit the passenger side of her car.
I detest the New York City subway system with all my heart. But this story actually put a smile on my face because one random guy did what a person is supposed to do: help a pregnant woman out by giving up a seat.
Issa Rae’s YouTube channel recently launched Giants, a new series written and directed by James Bland and starring Vanessa Baden, William Catlett and Bland himself. The series is about “three millennials determined to live life on their own terms, no matter the cost, [who] quickly learn that when life starts to kick…
While Remy Ma was dropping diss track after diss track, Nicki Minaj was not only traipsing through Paris Fashion Week but also enlisting the help of her homeboys Drake and Lil Wayne to craft not one, but three, responses to Remy Ma’s “shETHER.”
Earlier this week, rumors surfaced that Janelle Monáe would be cast as Domino in the upcoming Deadpool sequel. But Ryan Reynolds put those rumors to rest after tweeting that Atlanta’s Zazie Beetz had captured the role.
When it comes to portraying the black college experience on television or on the silver screen, most people will cite School Daze and A Different World as points of reference. Both of these put a fictional spin on life at an HBCU, and were way ahead of their time when it came to touching on topics such as sexual…
Ciara, Russell Wilson and Toddler Future were all smiles in a family maternity photo shoot. Well, technically, we can’t really tell if Wilson is smiling—because you can’t see his head.
Funny or Die’s “Get Out (of the White House)” has everything a horror movie should include: the Trumps, Kanye West and perfect editing.
What’s more important than getting the dates correct for a Manhattan Criminal Court appearance? Paris Fashion Week, of course, if you’re Azealia Banks. Banks was scheduled for a court appearance Monday for a 2015 incident at a New York City nightclub where she was accused of attacking a female security guard and…
When Netflix announced its Iron Fist series, some people (not all) hoped that the series would cast an Asian actor as Danny Rand. But what they got instead included the series’ creators sticking to the comic and Finn Jones being cast as Rand, a white guy who masters martial arts and becomes better than his Asian…
Former neurosurgeon Ben Carson proved Monday that he knows absolutely nothing about slavery. Then Samuel L. Jackson proved that he has no problem calling the head of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development a dickhead.
Last week, Chance the Rapper met with Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner to discuss the Chicago Public Schools system and its current disarray. But the Grammy Award-winning rapper wasn’t pleased with the meeting and has decided to take matters into his own hands.
Update: March 6, 2017 5:13 pm EST:
When Donald Trump appeared on The Tonight Show in September and Jimmy Fallon seemingly normalized his racism by joking around and playing in his “hair,” the world wondered, “What would David Letterman do?”