ABOUT Michael Arceneaux
May 12, 2013
Michael Arceneaux couldn't believe his ears when Hill told a judge that she was the descendant of slaves, and that's why she couldn't pay her taxes on her healthy income. At Ebony, Arceneaux begs the troubled singer to come back to reality -- you know, where people pay their bills and such.
Writing at Ebony, Michael Arceneaux has a few choice words -- and some requests -- for "Boston Marathon tragedy pimps."
On Ebony, Michael Arceneaux writes that the the politicians behind the new bill to cut food assistance to children struggling in school deserve a special place in hell.
Michael Arceneaux, writing at Ebony, has a few things for the "I Hit It First" and "Accidental Racist" performers to consider before they head to the studio again.
Ebony's Michael Arceneaux writes that looking at every black celebrity under a microscope isn't good for the people.
Ebony's Michael Arceneaux writes an open letter to New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, saying that banning soda and cigarettes is fine, but if he really cared, ending "stop and frisk" would be a better message.
News of an upcoming film adaptation of the '70s sitcom leaves Ebony's Michael Arceneaux saying, "Damn, damn, damn, James!"
Ebony's Michael Arceneaux is all for little ones learning "the basics about anatomy, reproduction, healthy relationships and personal safety."
Writing at Ebony, Michael Arceneaux warns the singer to stop being "nasty and messy" but also reminds critics that her biggest crime is that she possibly doesn't like Beyoncé.
Michael Arceneaux pens a stern open letter at Ebony.com to the altercation-prone pop star.
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