Whatever feelings you have about the Chicklet-toothed “relationship expert” who sold the Now & Later-colored Easter suit to your head deacon, you gotta give it to Steve Harvey—he’s a damn hard worker.
In fashion news, Dolce & Gabbana came to New York City Friday night to throw the fashion party of the year: “Dazzling” is the perfect word to describe Alta Moda, an extravaganza of Fall 2018 haute couture jewelry and mens- and womenswear collections.
During an emergency meeting at 7:27 p.m. Wednesday, the past, present and future residents of Wakanda went to the Black Twitter polls and voted to ban all attempts at entry by Grammy Award-winning singer and world-renowned urinator R. Kelly.
I guess that Trump Plaza photo op got Steve Harvey something besides the ire of black folks and lost viewership.
As 2017 winds to a close, once again we document the people whose cookout invitations have been rescinded. This is our third year officially documenting those who have made a permanent residence out of the proverbial curb to which they have been kicked by black America. Previous inductees into this Hall of Shame…
After Chrisette Michelle sang for Donald Trump, she was dropped by her record label. Gospel singer Tina Campbell hooked up with Mango Mussolini and had to cancel her tour. Ray Lewis went to Trump Tower and had to repent his sins during the national anthem at a Baltimore Ravens game.
Steve “Chompers” Harvey—who famously met with Donald Trump earlier this year and then spent the next several months caping for the monster that is in the highest position in the country—now says he should have listened to his wife and skipped the meeting entirely, according to a recent interview.
The marginally talented mustache who makes millions screaming, “Survey says!” used the Flint, Mich., water crisis as a punch line for a joke on his radio show Wednesday morning.
Steve Harvey’s ex-wife Mary Shackelford is planning to sue him for $60 million and says he ruined her life.
Adulting is hard. This week I complain to podcast co-host Stephen A. Crockett Jr. the third that I’m having a rough time trying to keep up with all the things life gives adults. He does something that surprises me: He listens and even offers me advice.
Steve Harvey may seem all chummy with his BFF Donald Trump and appear to be a pretty easygoing guy who likes to laugh it up with his guests on television, but Harvey’s work persona may be a little bit on the icy side, according to an employee memo.
Steve Harvey is still drinking Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Largo Kool-Aid and says Trump is keeping his promises about affordable housing.
Imagine, if you can, the sheer terror of watching yourself descend into The Sunken Place. Your body suspended in a perpetual state of hypnagogia. Your mind lucid enough to be conscious of the fright and the dread of what's happening to your soul but too subdued — too horrifyingly and devastatingly paralytic — do to…
Steve Harvey just won’t stop caping for President Vladimir TrumPutin. At this point I’m fine with the Family Feud host being traded for a future draft pick, and I feel safe in saying his cookout credentials have been revoked.
For as long as he is president, there will be debate over whether or not black people should be meeting with the Marigold Manchurian Candidate. It’s a question The Root’s political editor, Jason Johnson, recently tackled in the piece “So, When Is It OK to Meet With Trump?”
Woe is Steve Harvey. Woe is he. Apparently the backlash Harvey received after meeting with Donald Trump has gotten to him. Also, he haz a sad.
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?
Since the election of Donald J. Trump, we have witnessed an eclectic mix of black people streaming from Trump Tower, called upon by the dollop-shaped dictator to help him solve the problems of black America. Most of us have cast a skeptical eye at his selections because they seemingly have no training, expertise or…
In the couple months since Donald Trump was elected President, he has met with quite a few Black people. (Maybe as many as four.) Most recently, he shared an audience with Steve Harvey, and they presumably traded notes on Chicago, tailoring, KFC, wife retention, enunciation, homespun fuckshit, and denture flavors.…