Throwback Thursday…Intro: Come Inside

In 1993, a trio of young male singers from Brooklyn with a lot of Soul vaulted onto the music scene with a monster ballad simply titled, Come Inside. The song rocketed up the charts ... Continue Reading →

Wife Didn’t Like The Way Her Husband Asked Her To Do A Google Search For Him, So She Shot Him In The Back Of The Head: Cops

58 year old Lawanda Brown of Fernandina Beach wasn’t feeling the smart-mouthed way her husband asked her to do a Google search for him, so, Nassau county cops say, she allegedly ... Continue Reading →

Bobby Brown Wants To Put A Shoe On Kanye West Over Whitney Photo

Bobby Brown is not here for obviously troubled rapper Kanye West, who reportedly paid $85,000 to use a photo of the late singer Whitney Houston’s alleged crack den–for ... Continue Reading →

Drake’s Dad Ignores Pusha T, Comes For Wendy Williams, Over Drake Comments

Rap superstar Drake’s dad–who uses the Instagram handle therealdennisg–came for televised gossip queen Wendy Williams today, referring to her as a “Rupaul Drag ... Continue Reading →

Twitter Not Taking Kim Kardashian-West’s Prison Reform, White House Visit Seriously

Famed socialite and baby mama to eccentric rap icon Kanye West, Kim Kardashian, is heading to the White House. She’s set to meet with President Trump’s son-in-law, Jared ... Continue Reading →

Trump Criticizes Jay-Z, Hillary Clinton, Speaks On Roseanne Controversy

President Donald Trump criticized rap mogul Jay-Z and Hillary Clinton during a rally in Nashville last night to boost the Senate candidacy of Rep. Marsha Blackburn, who many polls ... Continue Reading →

Republican Lawmaker Links Porn To School Shootings

In the wake of an increasing number of deadly school shootings, some people are calling for gun control, while some others are saying gun control is not the answer. Right now, no one ... Continue Reading →

Way Back Wednesday…Destiny’s Child: Bills, Bills, Bills

Take a look back to the late 1990s, when Destiny’s Child–remember that name?–were young and fresh newcomers to the music scene. Early on, it became clear that Beyonce, ... Continue Reading →

Roseanne CANNED: Racist Tweet Spells End For Loose-Lipped Roseanne’s Successful Show

Roseanne Barr was lucky enough to get resurrected from the dust bins of TV history, when ABC revived her 80s-90s hit TV show, Roseanne, last year. But a fat azz paycheck, and a return ... Continue Reading →

Wanda Sykes Leaves ‘Roseanne’ Show After Star’s “Planet Of The Apes” Tweet

Wanda Sykes is leaving the Roseanne Show, she announced via a tweet this afternoon. Evidently, Roseanne’s racist tweet–in which Barr used former White House aide Valerie ... Continue Reading →

2 Security Guards Shot At Legendary Strip Club

Two security guards working at Atlanta’s legendary Blue Flame Lounge ended up shot and in the hospital as a result of some Memorial Weekend violence that culminated with one ... Continue Reading →

Cavaliers Get Yet Another Rematch, But Are Heavy Underdogs Against The Battle-Tested Warriors

The Cleveland Cavaliers rallied and stunned the hapless Boston Celtics, who thought they would be doing the Cupid Shuffle all the way to the NBA Finals. Then along came LeBron James, ... Continue Reading →

Mom Allegedly Caught Shoplifting, Flees Cops At High Speed, Crashes Into 3 Cars With Kids In Vehicle

A Tallahassee mom is accused of driving down to Gainesville with some shoplifting on her mind. But what she ended up with, according to The Gainesville Sun, is more than half a dozen ... Continue Reading →

Rich Homie Quan Says He’s Undervalued By Music Industry

Atlanta rapper Rich Homie Quan is not feeling the love from his music industry peeps. In a recent tweet, the “Type of Way” rapper said he is not getting the props he says ... Continue Reading →

Rachel Dolezal, Former White NAACP Leader Who Pretended To Be Black, Charged With $8,847 WELFARE FRAUD

Rachel Dolezal is back in the news again. The former NAACP official, who became a national topic of discussion after she was outed as being a White woman pretending to be a Black woman, ... Continue Reading →