Editor’s note: This is satire. What is satire, you ask? According to Dictionary.com, satire is the use of humor, irony, exaggeration or ridicule to expose and criticize people’s stupidity or vices, particularly in the context of contemporary politics and other topical issues. Keep that in mind. Thanks.
In every movement, there is one person who stands out as the face of said movement. This person may not be the most vocal or the most celebrated, and behind the scenes, and sometimes in front of the scenes, they are often ridiculed, admonished and shunned until history reverses course to prop them up as heroes.
Comedian Louis C.K. has released a statement confirming reports that he has sexually abused multiple women he worked with during his career.
Deon Cole had something in his heart that he needed to get out. See, he came to Atlanta during Spelhouse and Clark Atlanta homecoming this past weekend (it really was, or felt like, every damn school in the metro Atlanta area’s homecoming this weekend) and came to a very stark but important realization.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has apologized for a cringeworthy video that praises the magic of virtual reality—while soaking in scenes of devastation from Puerto Rico.
Imagine opening your mailbox and getting a letter from someone you barely remember from 56 years ago, apologizing for something you’ve had to endure your whole life: racism. Eugene Britton Carter, 72, received just such a letter from a former high school basketball teammate, Tom Owens, who apologized to him about that…
Just days after Donald Trump won the election, Dave Chappelle appeared on Saturday Night Live, and his monologue raised a lot of eyebrows when he ended it by asking people to give Trump a chance. But now it seems that Chappelle has realized the error of his ways.
The owners of a North Carolina restaurant quickly apologized after a police union took to social media to complain that employees of the eatery sang “F—k the Police” to dining officers.
R&B singer and actor Tyrese Gibson got everyone riled up last week when he decided to air his views about women he referred to as “hos and skeezers.”
Pepsi has decided to pull its newest ad, which should never have been made, featuring Kendall Jenner. The ad, which went live Tuesday, showed Jenner among a crowd of protesters, handing a police officer a can of soda. Because that’s exactly what you do when eye to eye with officers during a protest.
Good thing people have the ability to create notes on their iPhones. I mean, without the Notes app, would we have ever received this apology from Steve Harvey?
One Illinois woman is capturing attention as she makes her way around the streets of Chicago's South Side bearing a sign that reads, “Black America I'm Sorry!!!”
Dallas Police Department fucked up in a very real way last night. A citizen of Texas, Mark Hughes, was exercising his right to carry a weapon, in his case an AR-15, just as we've seen any NUMBER of individuals do at places like Chipotle, or wherever people go in Texas, where open carry of firearms is legal. He brought…