In a recent interview with Elle magazine, the singer fielded questions about feminism, race and police brutality, and some were shocked and confused that Yoncé managed to form short, coherent statements—which goes against the widely held narrative that she’s some sort of simpleton.
Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta veteran Stevie J recently told TMZ that he doesn’t condone his baby mama Mimi’s new relationship with girlfriend, Chris. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, Stevie J is still faux married to stripper-turned-...Joseline.
I was ecstatic to be seeing Janet perform on the Unbreakable World Tour. That was supposed to happen in February, only she postponed the date until August because of surgery. Now Damita Jo is pulling out another doctor’s note to excuse herself from that tour date and all other dates.
Unlike Stevie J, Kirk Frost, Rich Dollaz, Peter Gunz, Lil’ Scrappy, Benzino, Nikko and every other man featured in the Love & Hip Hop franchise, Papoose is actually uplifting his partner, as opposed to giving her reason to turn on the saddest Mary J. Blige and Keyshia Cole songs of their catalogs.
If Trump becomes the 45th president of the United States of America, you may be shocked, you may be disgusted and you may think it’s about to be the worst four years of your life—but you aren’t leaving the country.
Although one can admire Charlotte, N.C.-based activist Ashley Williams’ efforts to confront Clinton over her “superpredator” comments, there’s a difference between wanting dialogue and confrontation. Both can lead to substantive exchanges, but the latter is more likely to lead to pure spectacle.
The Republican presidential hopeful has said that gay-rights activists are “hateful people” and has associated homosexuality with pedophilia—yet he two-stepped away from such comments when asked about his past board membership at LGBT-friendly Costco.
Anthony Mackie, Raven-Symoné and Don Lemon are just the latest additions to a growing list of black celebrities saying dumb things about black folks. Below is a five-part process for how to work through your own responses to these painful, depressing and often infuriating comments.