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Hazel-E and Rose Burgandy of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood Make Homophobic Comments in Social Media Beef With Jess Hilarious

Let me start this by saying I don’t watch Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood. The Atlanta and New York shows are the only ones I’ve been into, and I’m at least a season behind on each of those. I only know about the people on the Hollywood show because I see tweets about them every week, so Hazel-E is a mystery to me.

Dungeons & Dragons Stumbles With Its Revision Of The Game's Major Black Culture

For nearly a decade, there hasn’t been more than a vestige of a black society in the official world of Dungeons & Dragons. There have been black people, but no black civilizations except for a relatively small group of survivors of a catastrophe and locals living under colonists’ control. Back in 2008, D&D’s…

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