Tony Dungy Defends NFL Owner Who Called Players “Inmates”

Tony Dungy has once again made an absolute fool of himself. The Super Bowl-winning former head coach came to the defense of major Trump campaign benefactor and Houston Texans owner ... Continue Reading →

Texans Owner Who Called Players “Inmates” Donated $4.5 Million To Trump Campaign In 2016

Houston Texans owner Bob McNair let slip what he really thinks about the mostly African American men who play on his NFL team, referring to them and other players who’ve chosen ... Continue Reading →

Gucci Mane’s Wife Keyshia Ka’Oir Visits Wendy Show: Talks Wedding, Business & Who Didn’t Get A Wedding Invitation

Mrs. Gucci Mane, AKA Keyshia Ka’Oir, visited the Wendy Williams Show this morning and discussed her relationship with the superstar rapper, the uber-expensive wedding the couple ... Continue Reading →

Flashback Fridays…Troop: All I Do Is Think Of You

Troop arrived on the music scene back in 1989 with a BOOM. The Pasadena, California quintet took their unique Soul-heavy R&B sound to the top of the charts, mostly on the strength ... Continue Reading →

Big K.R.I.T. Drops New Album

Last night was a night of major album drops. Among them, Mississippi native Big .R.I.T., wo returns with 4Eva Is A Mighty long Time, his latest effort, which has features from a diverse ... Continue Reading →

New Music…Migos Feat. Nicki Minaj & Cardi B.: MotorSport

New music from Migos. this one features current Hip Hop IT CHICK Cardi B. and veteran Nicki Minaj, who is angling for a return to the charts. “MotorSport” was premiered ... Continue Reading →

Flashback Fridays…The Night Barack Obama Won The U.S. Presidency (2008)

It was the biggest event in our lifetimes: the night America elected its first Black President, Barack Obama. It took hundreds of years of struggles, protests, votes, sacrifices and ... Continue Reading →

Former Congresswoman Corrine Brown Denied Sentencing Deferment; Faces November Sentencing Date

Former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown’s request to have her sentencing date pushed back four months was denied by U.S. District Judge Timothy Corrigan on Thursday. Corrigan said Ms. ... Continue Reading →