Twitter Speculates Over Drake Bringing Cardi B. Out For Surprise Performance

After a high heeled shoe was thrown at her by Cardi B. last year during Fashion Week, its unclear if the two rap divas will ever be cool again. Meanwhile, Drake has inserted ... Continue Reading →

Joe Biden Jumps In, Begins To Pull Away Early In Dem Nomination Race?

Former Vice President Joe Biden finally jumped into the 2020 race to be the next POTUS, and immediately caught the current Prez’s attention–and is starting to pull ... Continue Reading →

R&B Legend Peabo Bryson Hospitalized, Recovering After Mild Heart Attack

Prayers are in order for multi-Grammy winning R&B icon Peabo Bryson, who has been hospitalized after suffering what reports indicate is a mild heart attack he suffered over ... Continue Reading →

Young & The Restless Pays Tribute To Kristoff St. John

The Young & The Restless is bidding farewell to longtime series star Kristoff St. John, who passed away in February. St. John originated the role of Neil Winters on the daytime ... Continue Reading →

Morehouse College, Long The Nation’s Only All-Male, Historically Black University, Now Open To Female-To-Male Transgender Students

Morehouse College is catching up to the times in a way that has sparked controversy: the school has announced that it will begin accepting female-to-male transgender students. The ... Continue Reading →

Flashback Fridays…Loleatta Holloway: Love Sensation (Ride On Time; Good Vibrations)

The late Loleatta Holloway was one of the true unsung powerhouse vocalists of the Disco and early Dance music era, a woman whose amazing, deeply gospel-infused voice would go ... Continue Reading →

Motown Criticized Over J. Lo Tribute Performance at The Grammys

For years, the Grammy Awards has faced criticism over what many say is an effort to prioritize non-Black artists over actually Black artists doing Black music. Last night’s ... Continue Reading →

Florida Secretary Of State–Who Oversees Elections–Resigns After Pics Of Him In Blackface Surface

Florida Secretary Of State Mike Ertel is out of a high-paying job. That’s because photos surfaced of Ertel dressed in blackface at a party in 2005. Ertel was pretending ... Continue Reading →

Alleged Sex Cult Guru R. Kelly Won’t Have To Shut Down Chicago Studio Right Now–But Still Faces Eviction

Singer and alleged cult leader R. Kelly got at least one piece of good news after a prolonged period of brutally negative press: he won’t have to vacate the Chicago recording ... Continue Reading →

Louisville Airport To Be Renamed In Honor of Late Hometown Hero Muhammad Ali

The late boxing legend Muhammad Ali is set to have his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky rename its airport after Ali, birth name Cassius Clay. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer ... Continue Reading →

Andrew Gillum Touted As Prospective 2020 VP Nominee

He barely lost last month’s emotional, supercharged Florida gubernatorial campaign, but Democratic Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum might be staring at a serious silver lining: ... Continue Reading →

Mississippi Senator Likely To Be Reelected Even After String Of Racist Revelations

Republican Mississippi Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith has been exposed for reveling in memorabilia from the slavery-era confederacy; attending a segregated school and, years later, ... Continue Reading →

ITS AN UPSET: Rep. Karen Handel Concedes; Lucy McBath, Mother Of Slain Jax Teenager Jordan Davis, Poised To Become First African-American To Hold 6th District Seat In Georgia

In a stunning upset, Republican Rep. Karen Handel has conceded defeat in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District. “After carefully reviewing all of the election ... Continue Reading →

Stacey Abrams Trails Slightly In Georgia Race Rife With Voter Suppression Accusations: Runoff May Be Coming

Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams trails Republican Brian Kemp by about 75,000 votes out of nearly 4 million total votes cast. In a speech last night, ... Continue Reading →

Democrats Say ‘Checkmate’, Reassume Control Of The House Of Representatives In Stunning Wave Election

In a stunning rebuke to President Trump and his Republican followers in Congress, Democrats nationwide sent incumbents and would-be GOP officeholders packing, rolling along in ... Continue Reading →