Omarosa Claims White House Staff Joked About Removing Trump From Office So Much They Had A Hashtag  

Omarosa Manigault Newman, who once worked in the White House under the official title of mixologist of the crew, is back on her mixtape grind and while she didn’t drop another secretly recorded gem, she’s been speculating on who wrote the hit New York Times op-ed and confirming that many White House staffers actually…

Ditch The Roller Bag For The Weekend And Grab This Herschel Duffel For $55 

The Herschel Supply Co. Novel Duffel Bag would normally cost you $85, but today you can grab it for just $55. It’s perfect for the weekend, touting a separate shoe compartment, top handles, and removable padded shoulder strap, plus a waterproof two-way zipper. It also doubles as a great gym bag, which is one thing…

West Side Story: Telfar Global Puts a Nostalgic Spin on Streetwear for Spring-Summer '19

Queens, NY-based designer Telfar Clemens staged an all-black preview of his Spring-Summer 2019 collection, titled “Not for You, for Everyone,” in London this August, but still managed to make it stateside to present his latest collection during New York Fashion Week. His SS19 NYFW presentation took place in a vacant…

The VSB Group Chat: Insecure Season 3, Episode 5, 'High-Like' Recap

It’s Beyonce or bust for Issa and her girlfriends as they head to Coachella. After what’s been an interesting buildup and letdown with Issa and Daniel and now Issa and Nathan and Molly’s persistent work issues, the ladies needed a break. And with Beyonce on the line?!? #letsgo But ain’t no way this crew wasn’t going…

6 Women, Endless Inspiration: Black Girls Rock! 2018 Reminds Us of Our Infinite Potential

“Tonight’s honorees represent our radiance and our royalty … Thank you all for showing the world how bright we shine and how hard we rock,” said Black Girls Rock! founder Beverly Bond, speaking to the audience at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center during the Black Girls Rock! Awards, which aired on BET on Sunday…

When You're Black and in America, Even Victories Sometimes Feel Like Defeats

There was a moment — a few moments, actually — directly following Barack Obama’s win in 2008 when I think I felt how it feels to be a white American. I’ve never actually been white, so this thought is based on a generous presumption. But when I think of whiteness in a micro context and how whiteness must allow white…